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Frances Ten Eyck Walker ( 1873-1919 )

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Frances Ten Eyck Walker was Born to John Quincy Adams Walker and Mary Jane Campbell on November 18, 1873 in Chicago IL. She died November 29, 1919 in Montclair, New Jersey. She was married to Nathan Herbert Weed.
They had the following children:

Nathan Herbert Weed Jr
Newell Phipps Weed
Walker Ten Eyck Weed

Frances was a member of D.A.R. which is the Daughters of the American Revolution. The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution was founded on October 11, 1890, during a time that was marked by a revival in patriotism and intense interest in the beginnings of the United States of America. Women felt the desire to express their patriotic feelings and were frustrated by their exclusion from men's organizations formed to perpetuate the memory of ancestors who fought to make this country free and independent. As a result, a group of pioneering women in the nation's capital formed their own organization and the Daughters of the American Revolution has carried the torch of patriotism ever since.
Her D.A.R. number was 16974
Born in Chicago, Illinois.
Wife of N. Herbert Weed.
Descendant of Barent Ten Eyck, of New York.
Daughter of John Quincy Adams Walker and Mary Campbell, his wife.
Granddaughter of John Walker and Catherine Ten Eyck, his wife.
Gr.-granddaughter of Abram Ten Eyck and Christiana Hallenbeck, his wife.
Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of Barent Ten Eyck and Jeanette Concklin, his wife.
Barent Ten Eyck, (1740-1810), was quartermaster in Capt. Isaac Bogart's company in the regiment of levies commanded by John Harper for service on the frontier,1780. He was born in Livingston, N. Y., and died in Staatzie, N. Y.
She was an ardent genealogist which her love of family history was passed down to her son.

Frances died in 1919 after a long battle with breast cancer at their home at 61 South Fullerton Avenue in Montclair, New Jersey. She had attended Toronto University in Canada. Her son Nathan came and took care of her while she was sick. Years later he would come and help his own son battle with his disease.

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