A Happy Birthday. Love’s glowing light upon your birthday shine, and every passing cloud with silver line. Design Copyright, John Winsch, 1910. Printed in Germany.
Post marked Redford, Mich. May 15, 1912. Addressed to Mr. Lee Weaver, 94 Tireman Ave., Detroit, Mich.
“Best wishes for a happy Birthday. Your cousin, Pearl [Pearl Geneva Churches]”
Pearl was Grandpa Lee’s younger cousin, the daughter of Ora Lee Churches, the sister of Great Grandmother Weaver, Effie Lee Weaver.
Birthday Greetings. Series No. 2309. Made in Germany.
No post mark [not mailed]. Addressed to Hon. Lee Weaver.
“Best Wishes for your Birthday, From Harvie [Harvie Morris Wright] to Lee. 1912”
This would have been Grandpa Lee’s 19th birthday. Harvie was Grandpa’s first cousin. The son of his mother, Effie Lee Weaver’s, sister, Marietta Lee Wright.
All happiness for thy birthday. A-715.
Post marked Redford, Mich. May 14, 1912. Addressed to Mr. Lee Weaver, 94 Tireman Ave., Detroit, Mich.
“Wishing you many happy returns of the day. F. N.”
19th birthday greetings to Grandpa Lee, from F.N. — no idea who this is. None of his cousins have these initials.
Heartiest Congratulation. Series 610. Made in Germany.
No post mark [not mailed]. Addressed to Mr. Lemuel Weaver, 94 Tireman Ave., Detroit, Michigan
“Mr. Lemuel Weaver, Wishing you many happy returns of your birthday. Rose [Roseanah Weaver Fisher]”
Birthday greetings, probably prior to 1914, to my Great Grandfather Weaver from his sister, Rose.
To wish you a bright and Happy Birthday. 612-4.
Post marked Columbus, Ohio. May 15, 1911. Addressed to Mr. Lee Weaver, 94 Tireman Ave., Detroit, Mich.
“Kindest regards to all and best wishes for your birthday. Marcella [Neusome] Fisher.”
Marcella Neusome Fisher was the wife of Charles Elmer Fisher, Grandpa Lee’s first cousin. Charles was the son of Lemuel Weaver’s sister, Roseanah Weaver Fisher. 1911 was Grandpa Lee’s 18th birthday.
That your Birthday may prove both bright and happy is my most earnest wish. Printed in Germany.
Post marked Redford, Mich. May 15, 1911. Addressed to Mr. Lee Weaver, 94 Tireman Ave., Detroit, Michigan
“Wishing you many happy returns of the day. I hope you have got work by this time. Isn’t this a warm day? It looks like rain and we certainly need it. Your cousin, Estelle [Wright] May 15, 1911”
Birthday wishes to Grandpa Lee on his 18th birthday. His cousin, Estelle, shared the same birthday, just one year younger.
Happy Days. P.C. 210
No post mark. No addressee.
“From C. E. Weaver [Catherine Elizabeth Deaver Weaver] To Lemuel Weaver”
Birthday greetings to my Great Grandfather Weaver from his brother, William Powell Weaver’s wife. She was apparently in charge of the family remembrances. Based on the postage requirement printed on the card (Domestic One Cent, Foreign Two Cents) this card dates from prior to 1918.