1880 U S Census:

Wesley, Washington, Ohio


James Fleming
Alpharetta Fleming
Wesly E. Fleming
Arthur E. Fleming




Wesley Emmett Fleming

b. May 28, 1877 (Morgan Co., OH) - d. ?



Morgan County Democrat (McConnelsville, OH) June 17, 1915:
Rev. John Wesley Fleming, formerly of this place, was found guilty at Parkersburg, Saturday, of violating the Mann act by transporting a girl to Cincinnati for immoral purposes.

NOTE: Fleming was given a sentence of three years in the penitentiary.



The Weekly Herald (McConnelsville, OH) Thursday, Jan. 21, 1915:
Wesly Fleming, who was taken by Federal authorities to West Virginia a few days ago, as stated in the Herald, is the defendent in the divorce case now pending in the Court of Common Pleas in Morgan County, Ohio, entitled Jessie Fleming against Wesley Fleming. The charges are infidelity, gross neglect of duty and abandonment.


NOTE: Wesley lived in Kansas, Wyoming, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and possibly Minnesota






Children of Wesley and Jessie:

  • Alta (Fleming) Smith
    b.1898 (OH)
  • Stella B. (Fleming) Tyson
    b.abt 1903 (OH) - d. April, 1985 (Washington Co., OH)
  • Bessie M. (Fleming) Walraven
    b.abt 1907 - d.?
  • Joseph W. Fleming
    b. Nov. 20, 1909 - d. Oct. 25, 1963 (Harrison Co., WV)
    Waterford Cemetery (Washington Co., OH)
    His wife was distraught after his death and walked into the Muskingum River at the Beverly / Waterford bridge and drowned.  Her body was never recovered.



Children of Wesley and Myrtle:

  • Alda Fleming
    b. 1903 - d. ?





Jessie Trimble Fleming




Myrtle Ayers Fleming




James Fleming




Alpharetta Wilson Fleming