Anna Cornett, 18211920 (aged 98 years)

Name
Anna /Cornett/
Also known as
Anna /Weddle (Weddel)/
Birth
Marriage
Note: Weddle is spelled Weddel on the marriage record
Occupation
1870 Keeping House
Birth of a daughter
about 1842 (aged 20 years)
Birth of a daughter
about 1843 (aged 21 years)
Birth of a son
about 1845 (aged 23 years)
Birth of a son
about 1847 (aged 25 years)
Census
Birth of a daughter
Note: calculated from age of 9 months on the 1850 census
Birth of a son
about 1852 (aged 30 years)
Birth of a son
Birth of a daughter
about 1858 (aged 36 years)
Death of a daughter
before 1860 (aged 38 years)
Note: Missing her family in the 1860 census
Census
1860 (aged 38 years)
Birth of a daughter
about May 1860 (aged 38 years)
Note: Louisa was six months old at the time of the 1860 census
Birth of a daughter
Census
1870 (aged 48 years)
Marriage of a son
Census
Census
Death of a husband
before 1910 (aged 88 years)
Note: James' wife Anna Cornett Weddle is recorded as a widow on the 1910 census.
Census
Death
before 1920 (aged 98 years)
Note: She is missing from the 1920 US Federal Census
Family with James W Weddle (Weddel)
husband
18221910
Birth: September 1822Virginia
Death: before 1910
herself
18211920
Birth: December 1821Kentucky
Death: before 1920
Marriage Marriageafter March 19, 1841Jackson, Indiana
22 months
daughter
1842
Birth: about 1842 19 20 Indiana
Death:
2 years
daughter
1843
Birth: about 1843 20 21 Indiana
Death:
3 years
son
1845
Birth: about 1845 22 23 Indiana
Death:
3 years
son
1847
Birth: about 1847 24 25 Indiana
Death:
3 years
daughter
18501860
Birth: about January 1850 27 28 Indiana
Death: before 1860
3 years
son
1852
Birth: about 1852 29 30 Indiana
Death:
5 years
son
18561939
Birth: November 1856 34 34 Pike, Missouri
Death: October 1939Skidmore, Nodaway, Missouri
2 years
daughter
1858
Birth: about 1858 35 36 Missouri
Death:
2 years
daughter
1860
Birth: about May 1860 37 38 Missouri
Death:
4 years
daughter
1863
Birth: about 1863 40 41 Missouri
Death:
Marriage

Weddle is spelled Weddel on the marriage record

Death

She is missing from the 1920 US Federal Census

Shared note

On 19 Mar 1841, James W Weddel [sic] and Anna Cornett applied for a marriage license. Both were underage and needed the permission of their fathers. No return is recorded so the exact date of their marriage is unknown.

In the 1850 US Federal Census for Shawswick, Lawrence, Indiana, 28-year-old Virginia-born wagonmaker James W Weddel [Weddle] owns $150 worth of personal property. He and his 28-year-old Kentucky-born wife Anna [Cornett] Weddle have in their household their Indiana-born children, 7-year-old Nancy J, 6-year-old Sarah E, 5-year-old Isaac, 4-year-old David and 9-month old Margaret.

In the 1860 US Federal Census for Peno, Pike, Missouri, 38-year-old Virginia-born blacksmith James W Weddle owns $700 worth of personal property, but no land of value. He and his 38-year-old Kentucky-born wife Ann [Anna Cornett] Weddle have in their household their five surviving Indiana-born children, 18-year-old Nancy J, 17-year-old Sarah E, 16-year-old Isaac, 14-year-old David, and 7-year-old F P, and their three Missouri-born children, 4-year-old James, 2-year-old Mary and 6-month old Louiza [Louisa]. Margaret, who would have been 10-years old on this census, is missing and may be presumed to have died.

In the 1870 US Federal Census for Green, Nodaway, Missouri, 48-year-old Virginia-born blacksmith Jas W [James W] owns $800 worth of personal property but no land. He and his 48-year-old Kentucky-born wife Annie [Cornett] Weddle have in their household their children Indiana-born day laborer Franklin P, 15-year-old Missouri-born day laborer James W, 12-year-old Mary, 10-year-old Louisa, and 7-year-old Albina. James, Mary, Louisa and Albina have attended school in the past year. Annie, Mary, Louisa and Albina cannot write. Living next door is James and Anna's older son, 23-year-old Indiana-born farm laborer, David Weddle and his 20-year-old Indiana-born wife Celia. David owns $250 worth of personal properties.

In the 1880 US Federal Census for Green, Nodaway, Missouri, 58-year-old Virginia-born blacksmith James and his 58-year-old Kentucky-born wife Anna [Cornett] Weddle have in their household their youngest child, 17-year-old Elvina [recorded as Albina on the 1870 census], their 28-year-old Iowa-born widowed saloon keeper son-in-law James Munson and their grandson, 18-year-old Indiana-born blacksmith Robert Weddle. Robert has an "ankle affliction caused by the sciatic nerve". James' parents were born in Virginia, Anna's father was born in Tennessee and her mother in Virginia. Robert's father was born in Iowa and his mother in Indiana.

In the 1900 US Federal Census for Quitman, Green, Nodaway, Missouri, 77-year-old Virginia-born blacksmith James W and his 58-year-old Kentucky-born wife Anna [Cornett] Weddle have been married 58-years and have had 14 children, of whom eight are living. James owns his house, which is near that of his son James W Weddle Jr, free of mortgage.

In the 1910 US Federal Census for Skidmore, Monroe, Nodaway, Missouri, 54-year-old Missouri-born blacksmith James W Weddle Jr and his 52-year-old Missouri-born wife Anna L [Wykoff] have been married for 31-years and have had ten children but only nine are living. Six of them are living with their parents, 30-year-old August [Charles on the last two census records], 27-year-old Jenel B [transcribed Iva B, very bad handwriting], 26-year-old James R [James W on the last census], 20-year-old Forest J [age transcribed as 29], 16-year-old Laura A and 11-year-old Margarette. [Lela M on the 1900 census]. All of these children were born in Missouri. August, James and Forest are blacksmiths in their father's shop. Jenel is a seamstress, working at home. Also in this household is James' 88-year-old Kentucky-born widowed mother, Anna [Cornett] Weddle. She has born 14 children but only eight are living. Anna cannot read nor write. The family lives in a house that James owns free of mortgage on Oak Street.