Weddington Main Street
The Local Mercantile Store
This building had several owners including
Perry West and the Dees Family
The area we now call Weddington was settled very early by William Lewis Weddington whom the town was named after. As early as 1828 settlers were moving into the area from Cane Hill. Many pioneers came and settled as the town began to prosper. Many families began to grow such as the Farley’s, Smythe and Hunton families, as well as the Matthews, Barnes and Wilson’s. Visit our Family Group Sheets and Our Weddington Memories FaceBook posts and have some fun locating and enjoying our Weddington Families.
The Weddington Memories Book is now available for download. It is not completely finished but what we have is indexed.
To download the book:
On this pages main menu, click the drop down menu Records,
then the Weddington Memories Book.
Further instructions for printing are included.
We will continue to accept family stories for this book and will continue to update this book as information is collected and submitted to us. To submit information, use the contact form below.
The 2016 Weddington Reunion was held at the Weddington community building with approximately 30 in attendance. We all enjoyed a great potluck and presentations from our Weddington Book team.
Introductions were made with the focus on our neighbors, so we were regaled with stories and memories from those lived closest or who we had the most interaction.
The Weddington Book is still taking submissions of family group sheets, family stories, area information etc. All information is welcome, big or little.
Please use the contact form below to get in touch to submit your stories or information.