Memorable Manitobans: Albert Edward Weaver (1877-1967)
Born at Exeter, England on 22 July 1877, son of Henry James Weaver and Victoria Sophie West, he came to Canada in 1912. He worked as a United Church minister, serving at the Birch River Mission (1916-?), Maclean Mission (1922-1924), Togo [Saskatchewan] (1924-?), Burnside Church (1929-?), Beresford United Church (1938-?), and elsewhere until retirement in 1947. He and wife Mabel Oakley Vicary (1883-1952) had a daughter, Mary Turner Weaver (1905-1995, wife of Thomas Crosland). He died at Victoria, British Columbia on 20 May 1967.
“Ministerial changes,” Swan River Star, 30 June 1916, page 8.
“Reception for minister,” Winnipeg Tribune, 31 July 1924, page 10.
“New presbytery in north is created,” Manitoba Free Press, 12 June 1929, page 7.
Marriage registration [Mary Turner Weaver, Thomas Crosland], Manitoba Vital Statistics.
Death registrations [Mabel Oakley Weaver, Albert Edward Weaver, Mary Turner Crosland], British Columbia Vital Statistics.
This page was prepared by Lois Braun.
Page revised: 20 March 2023