I am looking on information about
Lody James Weaver - dates, parents, siblings, etc
Helen Susie Key - dates, parents, siblings, etc
Carson Olin Wiggins Sr - dates, parents, siblings, etc
Clyde Wiggins - dates, parents, siblings, etc
Jerry Ward (if possible)
This family I think is from Gaston NC. My friend's grandmother died last month and I am trying to see if my friend and I are related. I think if we are related we are related through the Wiggins or Ward family.
Moeine was from the Gaston NC area. I think that Clyde Wiggins and Carson Olin Wiggins Sr (Moeine's husband might be brothers).
1. Loyd James Weaver. He married Helen Susie Key.
Children of Loyd James Weaver and Helen Susie Key
i.2.Moeine T Weaver was born in 1935 and died on Sep. 10, 2010 in Durham Reginal Medical Center Durham Durham County North Carolina.
iv.5.Clea Mae Weaver.
2nd Generation (Children)
2. Moeine T Weaver was born in 1935 and died on Sep. 10, 2010 in Durham Reginal Medical Center Durham Durham County North Carolina. She married Carson Olin Wiggins Sr.
Children of Moeine T Weaver and Carson Olin Wiggins Sr
iii.10. Lisa Wiggins. She married Jerry Ward.
iv. 11. Renee Wiggins. She married Micheal Lawing.
v.12.Loyd Steven Wiggins.
vi.13.Carson Olin Wiggins Jr died Before 2005.
3. Dolphus Weaver.
4. Helen Weaver. She married Clyde Wiggins.
5. Clea Mae Weaver.
6. Cyndi Weaver.
7. Gail Weaver.
Mrs. Moeine Weaver Wiggins, 75, of 2137 Brucewood Road, Haw River died at Durham Regional Medical Center on Friday, September 10, 2010 after fighting a courageous battle with ovarian cancer.
A native of Gaston County, she was the wife of Rev. Carson Olin Wiggins, Sr., who survives and the daughter of Loyd James Weaver and Helen Susie Key Weaver, both deceased. She was a member of Salem United Methodist Church. Mrs. Wiggins was a devoted mother and minister’s wife for over 50 years. She was a talented golfer, basket weaver, candy maker, scrap booker and an excellent cook.
In addition to her husband of the home, survivors include: four daughters, Deborah Furbish and husband, Dean of Raleigh, Joy Wiggins of Raleigh, Lisa Wiggins and husband, Jerry Ward of Clemmons and Renee Lawing and husband Michael of Raleigh; one son, Loyd Steven Wiggins of Wisconsin; seven grandchildren, Adam Greene of Wilmington, Alix Wiggins of Independence, MO, Bryan Wiggins of Omaha, NE, Kady Lin Wiggins of Lakeville, MN, Deairdra “Toni” Boquet of Fayetteville, Jake Wiggins of Independence, MO and Karlie Wiggins of Pittsboro; one brother, Dolphus Weaver of Iron Station, NC; four sisters, Helen Wiggins and husband, Clyde of Gastonia, Cleta Mae Hollard of Gastonia, Cyndi Weaver of Myrtle Beach, SC, Gail Moore of Iron Station, NC; one half sister, Ruby Rodden of Gastonia.
She was preceded in death by one son, Carson Olin “Lin” Wiggins, Jr., two brothers, Dale Weaver and Nolan Weaver, and five half-brothers, Kenneth Weaver, Jim Weaver, Ervin Weaver, Lawrence Balilies and Tommy Balilies.
The funeral service will be conducted at Grace United Methodist Church on Sunday, September 12, 2010 at 2:30 p.m. by Dr. William C. Simpson, Jr. Burial will follow at Salem United Methodist church cemetery.
The family will receive friends at the Rich & Thompson Funeral Home and Crematory in Graham on Saturday from 5:00 until 7:00 p.m. Other times they will be at the residence.
Members of various choirs that Mrs. Wiggins performed with over the years have been requested to serve as honorary pallbearers.
Memorials may be made to the Ovarian Cancer Society , C/O the American Cancer Society , 4-A Oak Branch Drive, Greensboro, NC 27407, the Lin Wiggins Memorial Scholarship Fund at N. C. State Engineering Foundation, Martin Baucom, Associate Executive Director of Development, Campus Box 7901, Raleigh, NC 27695, and Salem Memorial Association, C/O Jandy Andrews, 3757 Mt. Willen Road, Haw River, NC 27258.