NameBertha Louise WEIHE
Birth1 Jul 1882, Missouri
Death12 Oct 1958, Ferguson, St. Louis County, Missouri, USA
BurialSt. Peters Cemetery, Franklin County, Washington, Missouri
Birth22 Nov 1880, Yarmouth, Norfolk, England
Baptism11 Apr 1881, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England
Death18 Aug 1956, Ferguson, St. Louis County, Missouri, USA
FatherGeorge Beresford DEARE (1840-1907)
MotherAmy Elizabeth HOWKINS (1840-1891)
Marriageabt 1906
Notes for Bertha Louise WEIHE
Last name, birth date, death date and location from erinness tree1 at
Bertha Louise Deare
Birth July 1, 1882 Saint louise, Saint Louis City, Missouri, USA
Death October 12, 1958, Ferguson, St. Louis County, Missouri, USA
Daughter of Fred Weihe and Louise Buhrman
Wife of William T. Deare
Burial Saint Peters Cemetery
Washington, Franklin County, Missouri, USA
Notes for William Trench (Spouse 1)
In the April to June 1881 birth index, William Trench Deare, Yarmouth district, Norfolk, volume 4b page 21.

England Selected Births and Christenings
William French [should be Trench] Deare, baptism April 11, 1881, Great Yarmouth, Norwich, Norfolk, England, father George Beresford Deare, mother Amy Elizabeth Deare.

Parish Records Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
Baptism April 11, 1881 William Trench Deare, born November 22, 1880, parents George Beresford Deare and Amy Elizabeth Deare, of Yarmouth, father is a retired officer,

In the 1881 census civil parish of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk 69 Nelson Road N.
George B. Deare age 40, Deputy Commissary Officer [Army] born East Indies.
Wife Amy E. Deare age 40, born Harbury Warwick.
Son Philip Deare age 12 born Demerara, Austria.
Son Henry J. Deare age 6 born Barbados.
Son Charles R. Deare age 1 born Yarmouth, Norfolk.
Son William Deare age 4 months born Yarmouth Norfolk.
Servant Emma Ellis.

St Louis, Missouri City Directory 1908
William T. Deare, shoe, residence 6920 Bleeck Avenue

In the 1910 census St Louis Missouri.
Head William T. Deare age 28, born England, parents born England, Factory Shoe cutter, immigration 1898?.
Wife Bertha W. Deare, age 26, born Missouri, parents born Germany.

US WW I draft cards, William Trench Deare, St Louis, Mo. age 37, born Nov 22, 1880, white, born in England, citizen by father’s naturalization, Truck Framer, nearest relative, Bertha Deare. Height medium, build slender, brown eyes, brown hair.

In the 1920 US census Saint Ferdinand, St Louis, Missouri,
William T. Deare, head, male, white, age 39, immigrated 1881, naturalized in 1893, father English, mother English, truck farmer.
Wife Bertha Deare, female, white, age 37, born in Missouri, father German, mother German.

St Louis, Missouri City Directory 1908
William T. Deare, auto body builder, St. Marie and Clark , Fit [fitter?]

In the 1930 US Census Saint Ferdinand, St. Louis, Missouri,
William Deare, head, home owner, value $4000, radio set, male, white, age 49, married at age 25, born in England, father English, mother English, assembler in auto factory.
Wife Bertha Deare, age 47, born Missouri, father German, mother German.

In the 1940 US census S. Florissant [Street?], St. Ferdinand Township, St. Louis Missouri.
Head William Deare, age 59, highest grade completed grade 5, born Virginia [not correct], in April 1935 lived in Florissant, St. Louis, Missouri, worked 48 hours last week, operator, gas filling station.
Wife Bertha Deare, age 57, born Missouri.

World War II Draft Registration Cards
William Trench Deare
Residence 1016 S. Florissant - Ferguson, St. Louis, Mo.
Age 60, born November 22, 1880 at Yancy Mills, Virginia
Person who will always know your address - Bertha Deare (Mrs. W. T.)
employer - self (filling station)
height 5 feet 7 inches, weight 122 pounds
brown eyes, black hair, light complexion
pril 25, 1942
William Trench Deare
Birth November 22, 1880, Virginia, USA
Death August 18, 1956, Ferguson, St. Louis County, Missouri, USA
Son of George Deare
Mother’s name unknown on death certificate
Spouse Bertha Louise Deare (1882 - 1958)
Burial Saint Peters Cemetery
Washington, Franklin County, Missouri, USA
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