Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Captain William Marion Inzer

William Marion Inzer was born in Gwinnett County, Georgia on June 7, 1837. His parents moved to Talladega County, Alabama when he was one year of age. By the start of the Civil War he was living in Itawamba County but joined the 58th Alabama Inantry where he served as a captain. He married Martha Jane Moor on October 30, 1864. Captain Inzer died on March 27, 1878 and is buried in the Providence Cemetery, north of Tremont in Itawamba County. His oldest daughter, Mary Elizabeth Inzer married Thomas Pinkney Weaver on February 8, 1882 and after he graduated from medical school they moved during 1896 to De Leon, Texas where he practiced until his death in 1921. Mary Elizabeth died during 1945.


Anonymous said...

Bob, the Weaver Drug Store that Thomas P. Weaver started is still in our family. Or I should say it was a few yrs. ago. I have never been there but I have seen a picture of it. Martha

Anonymous said...

My Great Grandmother was Mary Elizabeth Inzer - Weaver. It is said she was the Post Master of Dallas Mississippi. Not sure and don't know how to find out if that is a correct statement.

Anonymous said...

The Weaver Drug Store founded by T.P. Weaver (GGF) is still operational and owned and run by Bodie Weaver - son of Sam Weaver. They still have the soda fountain and make a great Cherry Limeade.