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The Daniel Westons of Black Diamond, WA

Updated November 10, 2003

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Daniel Weston
b. June 30, 1858
p. Porth, Rhondda Valley, Wales
d. Aug 5, 1934
p. Seattle, King, WA., USA

Elizabeth Francis Coombes
b. June 10, 1859
p. Caermathen, Wales
d. Nov 4, 1940
p. Seattle, King, Wa., USA

Daniel and Elizabeth were husband and wife. Exact marriage date is not known. He was most likely born in late 1881 or early 1882. I am only guessing that the family came into the port of Seattle, when they came to America.


The couple and their 4 children moved to America sometime in 1888 or 1889. (Four children born in Wales were: Stephen John, Daniel Charles, Sarah Winifred, and Handel. I am only guessing that the family came into the port of Seattle, when they came to America.


The family moved to Black Diamond, Washington. Daniel became a worker in the mines. He and his family mostly lived in America but sometimes moved to other small towns in the area.

The total number of children Elizabeth had was 15, but only 11 survived past there 5th birthday. Elizabeth had 2 sets of twins.

For more information please e-mail me at Elyse_90731@msn.com
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