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Loyalist Directory: Peter (P.) Weaver

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Surname : Weaver
Given name : Peter (P.)
Rank : Private (unconfirmed) 
Where Resettled : Williamsburg Township, Dundas County, Upper Canada. Lots 6 and 7, Concession 1. (Eastern District)
Status as Loyalist : Proven
Proof of Loyalty : UEL List
Notes (Expunged, Suspended, Reinstated) :  
Regiment : 1777 King’s Loyal Americans Regiment (Jessup’s Rangers), 1783 1st Battalion, Kings Royal Rangers of New York. See page 331 of History and Master Roll of the King’s Royal Rangers of New York by Cruikshank and Watt. 
Enlistment Date : 1777 
Date & Place of Birth : 1756, German Flatts, Mohawk Valley, New York 
Settled before war : Tryon County, New York 
Date & Place of Death : c. 1834. Williamsburg Twp., Dundas County, U.C. 
Place of Burial : Buried on the farm, likely Lot 6, Concession 1. 
Wife Name : Christina Ann Marcellus (Marcelius, Marcelus), bap. 26 Mar., 1774, Schoharie, NY.  
Children : See pg. 334 Reid's Loyalists in Ontario and pg. 1209 Loyalist Lineages, Vol. 2, Pt. 2.:

Jacob Levi,
John,
Christy Ann,
Simon Peter,
John George,
William Garrett,
Frederick,
Nancy,
Elizabeth,
Catherine.  
Biography :  
Proven Descendants : Hamilton 1993.11.15; St. Lawrence 1983.02.01; St. Lawrence 1988.07.26; St. Lawrence 1995.03.22; St. Lawrence 1999.05.14; St. Lawrence 2006.08.07; Kingston & District 2009.12.07; Kingston & District 2012.10.02;
Military Info : Assigned to Munro's Bateaux Company, Jessup’s Rangers. Captured August, 1779. Released 1783.
Loyalist Genealogy :  
Family History :  
Family Genealogy : See: Family Tre maker Genealogy

Peter Weaver’s father was John Nicholas Weaver. 
Sources : Andries Weber (Weaver) is the brother of John Nicholas Weaver, b. 1721 Herkimer, NY, died Williamsburg Twp., Dundas Co., U.C., therefore Peter Weaver is a 1st cousin of Anna Margretha Weber, daughter of Andries Weber, and the wife of Jacob Teague (Tague), U.E. of Butler’s Rangers and 2 Btn., KRRNY.  

Information submitted by David Clark.
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