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1) Prusse – (An., 16 juin 1871) – D’argent à deux barres de sable au chef du premier ch de la Croix de fer Cimier un vol aux armes de l’écu (sur l’aile senestre les barres sont transformées en bandes)
2) Ratisbonne – De sable à deux pointes d’or sommées chacune d’une fleur-de-lis du même Cimier un chapeau piramidal de sable retroussé d’or sommé d’une fleur-de-lis du même English: Sable two points or surmounted by each a fleur de lys of the same Crest: a pointed hat sable turned up or surmounted by a fleur de lys of the same.
3) Edle von Webenau – Carinthie – Écartelé aux 1 et 4 de sable à l’aigle d’argent aux 2 et 3 d’azur à une étoile d’or accostée de deux navettes de tisserand du même Casque couronné Cimier trois plumes d’autruche de sable d’or et d’azur Lambrequin à dextre d’argent et de sable à senestre d’or et d’azur English: Quarterly 1st and 4th sable with an eagle argent 2nd and 3rd azure with an etoile or having to the sides two weaver’s shuttles of the same Crowned with a helmet Crest: three ostrich feathers sable or and azure Mantling: to the dexter argent and sable to the sinister or and azure.
4) Neufchâtel – (Tripet) – (An., 17 sept. 1818) – D’azur à une tête de mort d’argent surmontée d’une étoile (6) d’or et acc en pointe de deux os de mort du second passés en sautoir English: Azure with a death’s head [skull?] argent surmounted by an etoile of 6 points or and accompanied by in base by two bones of death of the second placed saltirewise.
5) Saint-Gall – D’azur à un croissant d’or acc de trois étoiles du même Cimier les meubles de l’écu les deux premières étoiles posées sur les cornes du croissant qui est soutenu de la troisième étoile English: Azure with a crescent or accompanied by three etoiles of the same Crest: the charges of the shield the two first etoiles placed over the horn of the crescent which is supported by the third etoile.
6) Schwytz, Genève – D’azur à la bande d’argent ch de trois trèfles de sinople posés dans le sens de la bande English: Azure a bend argent charged with three trefles vert placed in the direction of the bend.
7) Winterthür – D’azur à un croissant d’or acc de trois étoiles du même Cimier un demi-vol aux armes de l’écu English: Azure with a crescent or accompanied by three etoiles of the same Crest: a single wing with the arms of of the shield.
8) Saxe – (An., 24 nov. 1829) – De gueules à une plante de rosier d’argent fleurie de trois pièces du même à la barre d’or brochant sur le tout Casque couronné Cimier un homme issant habillé d’un écartelé d’argent et de gueules coiffé d’un chapeau piramidal parti de gueules et d’argent retroussé de l’un en l’autre tenant de chacune de ses mains étendues une navette de tisserand d’argent Lambrequin d’argent et de gueules English: Gules with a rose bush argent flowered of three pieces of the same with a bend sinister or covering overall Crowned with a helmet Crest: a man issuant dressed quarterly argent and gules wearing on the head a pointed hat per pale gules and argent turned up counterchanged holding in each of his hand extended a weaver’s shutle argent Mantling: argent and gules.
9) Saxe – (Barons du St-Empire, 23 déc. 1622; ren. dudit titre, 1738) – Parti au 1 d’or à un croissant figuré contourné d’argent au 2 d’azur à une étoile d’or Cimier un vol l’aile dextre aux armes du 1 l’aile senestre aux armes du 2 Lambrequin d’or et d’azur (Armes du célèbre compositeur de musique Carl Maria von ) English: Per pale 1st or with a crescent figured [with a face] reversed argent 2nd azure with an etoile or Crest: a pair of wings the wing dexter with the arms of 1 the wing sinister with the arms of 2 Mantling: or and azure.
10) Barons zu Pisenberg – Autriche – Parti au 1 d’or à un croissant figuré contourné d’argent au 2 d’azur à une étoile d’or Casque couronné Cimier un vol l’aile dextre aux armes du 1 l’aile senestre aux armes du 2 Lambrequin à dextre d’or et d’azur à senestre d’argent et d’azur English: Per pale 1st or with a crescent figured [with a face] reversed argent 2nd azure with an etoile or Crowned with a helmet Crest: a pair of wings the wing dexter with the arms of 1 the wing sinister with the arms of 2 Mantling: to the dexter or and azure to the sinister argent and azure.
11) Bavière – (An., 30 avril 1845) – (Barons du St-Empire, 23 déc. 1622. M. ét. avant 1727) – D’azur à la bande d’argent acc de deux étoiles d’or Casque couronné Cimier trois plumes d’autruche une d’argent entre deux d’azur Lambrequin d’or et d’azur English: Azure a bend argent accompanied by two etoiles or Crowned with a helmet Crest: three ostrich feathers an argent between two azure Mantling: or and azure.
12) Bâle – D’azur à un croissant d’argent acc de trois étoiles (5) renversées du même à la bordure d’or Cimier un demi-vol aux armes de l’écu (sans bordure) English: Azure with a crescent argent accompanied by three etoiles of 5 points reversed of the same a bordure or Crest: a single wing with the arms of of the shield ( without bordure).
13) Bâle – Parti au 1 d’azur à un croissant figuré contourné d’argent au 2 d’argent à trois étoiles d’azur 1 en chef à dextre 1 au flanc senestre et 1 en pointe à dextre Cimier deux proboscides d’argent et d’azur English: Per pale 1st azure with a crescent figured [with a face] reversed argent 2nd argent three etoile azure 1 in chief to the dexter 1 of flank sinister and 1 in base to the dexter Crest: two proboscides argent and azure.
14) Bavière – (Barons, 19 juin 1818, avec concession des armes de la fam. ét. de Perger) – De sable à une tour d’argent ajourée de trois pièces 2 et 1 ouverte de gueules couverte d’un toit pointu du même sommé d’une boule d’argent Casque couronné Cimier la tour sommée de plumes de coq de sable Lambrequin d’argent et de gueules English: Sable with a tower argent openings of three pieces 2 and 1 open gules covered by a roof pointed of the same surmounted by a ball argent Crowned with a helmet Crest: the tower surmounted by a feather of a cockerel sable Mantling: argent and gules.
15) Coire – Écartelé aux 1 et 4 d’azur à un senestrochère armé tenant une épée la pointe de la lame passée dans une couronne de laurier aux 2 et 3 de à un rameau d’olivier fruité issant d’une couronne d’or posée sur une terrasse de sinople Cimier le senestrochère tenant avec l’épée le rameau d’olivier English: Quarterly 1st and 4th azure with a left arm armoured holding a sword the base of the blade placed in a crown of laurel 2nd and 3rd [no tincture – D’azur à une étoile d’or Cimier un demi-vol aux armes de l’écu English: Azure with an etoile or Crest: a single wing with the arms of of the shield.
16) Edle von Hermannsburg – Transylvanie – gules?] with an olive branch fructed issuant a crown or placed on a mount vert Crest: the left arm holding with the sword the olive branch.
17) Belgique – (An., 1 nov. 1793) – (An., 11 oct. 1704) – D’azur à trois étoiles (5) renversées mal-ordonnées d’or Casque couronné Cimier une étoile de l’écu entre un vol d’azur English: Azure three etoile of 5 points reversed disordered [1 2] or Crowned with a helmet Crest: an etoile of the shield between a pair of wings azure.
18) Chevaliers de Rittersdorf – Galicie – De sinople au lion d’or lampassé de gueules tenant de sa patte dextre une épée d’argent garnie d’or et de sa senestre une rose de gueules tigée et feuillée d’or Deux casques couronnés Cimiers 1° un lion issant et contourné d’or armé et lampassé de gueules 2° une licorne issante d’argent accornée crinée et onglée d’or Lambrequin d’or et de sinople English: Vert a lion or langued gules holding in its paws dexter a sword argent hilt and pommell or and in its sinister a rose gules stemmed and leaved or Crowned with two helmets Crests: 1st a lion issuant and reversed or armed and langued gules 2nd a unicorn issuant argent horned hair and unguled or Mantling: or and vert.
19) de Weber – France – (An., 1805) – D’azur au griffon d’or adextré d’un cèdre terrassé de sinople et senestré de trois alouettes d’or posées en chef 2 et 1 English: Azure a griffin or having to the dexter an cedar tree on a mount vert and having to the sinister three skylarks or placed in chief 2 and 1.
20) Weber de Fürnberg – (Chevalier et Anob. 26 juillet et 3o août 1817) (Vic. Révérend). Originaire d’Autriche – Parti au 1 de gueules à une balance d’or brochant sur une ruche entourée d’abeilles et posée sur trois livres superposés reliés d’argent la tranche du même au 2 d’azur à une étoile d’or (Barons 12 oct 1869 et 21 nov 1880) Écartelé aux 1 et 4 d’azur à une étoile d’or au 2 de gueules à une branche de chêne de sinople feuillée de quatre pièces en pal au 3 de gueules à une ruche d’or entourée d’abeilles du même Sur le tout parti d’or et de sable à une aigle éployée de l’un en l’autre languée de gueules Trois casques couronnés Cimiers 1° quatre plumes d’autruche alternativement d’or et d’azur Lambrequin d’or et d’azur 2° l’aigle éployée Lambrequin d’or et de sable 3° quatre plumes d’autruche alternativement d’argent et de gueules Lambrequin d’argent et de gueules Supports deux léopards lionnés d’or English: Per pale 1st gules with a set of scales or covering over a bee hive surrounded by bees and placed over three books stacked bound argent the pages of the same 2nd azure with an etoile or ( alternatively ) quarterly 1st and 4th azure with an etoile or 2nd gules with a branch of oak vert leaved of four pieces palewise 3rd gules with a bee hive or surrounded by bees of the same overall per pale or and sable with an eagle displayed counterchanged langued gules Crowned with three helmets Crests: 1st four ostrich feathers alternately or and azure Mantling: or and azure 2nd an eagle displayed Mantling: or and sable 3rd four ostrich feathers alternately argent and gules Mantling: argent and gules Supporters two lion rampant guardant or.
21) Weber d’Ehrenzweig – Galicie – Tranché au 1 d’azur à trois étoiles d’or 2 et 1 au 2 d’or à une ancre d’azur en bande la strangue accolée d’un rameau de laurier de sinople A la bande ondée d’argent brochant sur le tranché Casque couronné Cimier une étoile d’or entre un vol d’azur Lambrequin d’or et d’azur English: Per bend 1st azure three etoiles or 2 and 1 2nd or with an anchor azure bendwise the shank accompanied by a branch of laurel vert Overall the bend undy argent covering over the per bend Crowned with a helmet Crest: an etoile or between a pair of wings azure Mantling: or and azure.
22) Weber de Rosenkrantz – Saxe-Cobourg – (An., 24 déc. 1811) – Écartelé aux 1 et 4 tranché d’azur sur gueules à la bande échiquetée de sable et d’argent brochant sur le tranché aux 2 et 3 tranché de gueules sur azur au lion d’argent brochant sur le tranché Sur le tout d’argent à un crampon de gueules posé en fasce soutenu d’un chevron de gueules et sommé de trois épis feuillés d’or mouv d’une seule tige Cimier les épis du surtout entre deux proboscides coupées alternativement de gueules plein et d’un échiqueté de sable et d’argent chaque proboscide ornée à l’extérieur de quatre plumes de paon au naturel dont une dans l’embouchure Lambrequin à dextre d’argent et d’azur à senestre d’argent et de gueules Devise GOTT SEGNE UNS English: Quarterly 1st and 4th per bend azure over gules a bend checky sable and argent covering over the per bend 2nd and 3rd per bend gules over azure a lion argent covering over the per bend overall argent with a [double ended] hook gules placed fesswise supported by a chevron gules and surmounted by three tufts leaved or coming a single stem Crest: the tuft of above between two proboscides per fess alternately gules plain [uncharged] and a checky sable and argent each proboscides decorated on the outside of four peacock feathers proper which are in the mouthpiece Mantling: to the dexter argent and azure to the sinister argent and gules Motto: GOTT SEGNE UNS.
23) Weber de Treuenfels – Bade – (Barons, 9 sept. 1862) – Écartelé au 1 d’azur à trois épis d’or sur un tertre de sinople au 2 d’or à un coeur de gueules au 3 d’argent à trois rochers s’élevant d’une mer au naturel au 4 de gueules au lion d’or tenant une cloche d’argent Cimier trois épis d’or English: Quarterly 1st azure three tufts or on a hillock vert 2nd or with a heart gules 3rd argent three rock rising from a sea proper 4th gules a lion or holding a bell argent Crest: three tuft or.

Origin, Meaning, Family History and Weber Coat of Arms and Family Crest

Meaning, Origin, Etymology

Weber Name Meaning. German and Jewish (Ashkenazic): occupational name for a weaver, Middle High German wëber, German Weber, an agent derivative of weben ‘to weave’. This name is widespread throughout central and eastern Europe, being found for example as a Czech, Polish, Slovenian, and Hungarian name. Connected with the English surnames Weaver, Webber, Webster and Webb, it is occupational for a weaver of cloth. The derivation is claimed to be from the Olde English pre 7th Century word “webbe”, meaning to weave, as in the quote “My wyf was a webbe · and wollen cloth made She spak to spynnesteres to spynnen it oute Ac þe pounde þat she payed by poised a quarter more Than myne owne auncere · who-so weyȝed treuthe” , from the tales of Piers Plowman in the 13th century.

 Spelling Variations

Webber, Weeber, Webar, Weber, Webor, Webermann, Webster, Wever, Wewer, Wefer, Weaver, Weffer, Wober, and Wewering

Popularity & Geographic Distribution

The last name Weber ranks 976th in popularity worldwide as of the 2014 Census and approximately 541,802 people carry the Weber surname worldwide. The name ranks particularly high in the following six states: California, Illinois, New York, Wisconsin, Ohio and Pennsylvania. The surname is very frequent in Germany where it ranks 3rd. It ranks highest in the following countries: Germany (approx. 231,000), United States (approx. 130,000), Brazil (approx. 47,700), France (approx. 22,400), Switzerland (approx. 19,600) and Austria (approx. 15,400).

Early Bearers of Surname

  • Robert le Webber. Calendarium Inquisitionum Post Mortem.
  • Clarice le Webbere. Calendarium Inquisitionum Post Mortem.
  • John Webber and Elizabeth Letyll: Marriage Lic. (London). 1524
  • Matthew Webber, Cornwall: Register of the University of Oxford. 1577
  • Freze Webber, a poor man: St. James, Clerkenwell. Buried 1603.
  • Thomas Webber: St. Michael, Cornhill. Buried 1658.
  • Heinricus Weber, given as being a burger of the city of Basel, Switzerland, in the year 1290
  • Hensli Webermann, was a citizen of Freiburg, who is recorded in the charters of that German city in 1472
  • William Henry Weber (or Webber) was an editor of plays and secretary to Sir Walter Scott in Edinburgh in 1804

History, Genealogy & Ancestry

The first recorded spelling of the family name anywhere in the world is believed to be that of John le Webber. This was dated 1255, in the Fines Court Rolls of the county of Sussex, England, during the reign of King Henry III, 1216 – 1272.

WEBBER, Sir Arthur Frederick Clarence, Kt. Bach. (1936); Colonial Legal Service ; edue, Merton Coll. Oxford (B.A. 1896) Barrister-at-law, Inner Temple, 1896 ; Stip. Mag. British Guiana 1900-9, Actg. Solicitor-Gen. 1906-7 ; Judge of Supreme Court of Nigeria 1909-33 ; and Ch. Justice, Sierra Leone, 1933-37 ; Chm. of Yorkshire Regnl. Valuation Bd. 1939 ; b. 12 March, 1873, son of Arthur Weber, assumed, 1916, the surname of Webber, to. 7 March, 1901, Kathleen Mary, dau. of late David Kennard, of Linton, Kent, and has issue, 3 sons, and 2 daus. Address—Seven Chimneys, Henfield, Sussex.

WEBBER, Sir Robert John, Kt. Bach (1934) ; D.L. co. Glamorgan; J.P. City of Cardiff; F.Z.S., F.S.A. ; Man. Dir. of Western Mail and Echo, Ltd. ; a Dir. Kemsley Newspapers, Ltd., and of Wales and Monmouthshire Industrial Estates, Ltd. ; Pres, of Cardiff Chamber of Commerce 1944 ; Pres, of Newspaper Soc. of Gt. Britain and Ireland 1926-27 ; hon. mem. Inst, of Journalists ; Chm. Fedn. of Southern Newspaper Owners for many years ; Founder and first Chm. of S. Wales and Monmouthshire Alliance of Master Printers; and Chm. for several years of W. of England and S. Wales Monotype Users’ Assoc. ; K.St.J. ; b. 14 Nov. 1884, son of Charles Webber, of Barry, Glamorgan, to. 29 Dec. 1911, Jane Bennett, dau. of late Samuel Perkins, and has issue : Joan Suzanne Pritchard, M.B.E. Address— Mathern Lodge, Penylan, Cardiff. Clubs—Constitutional ; Cardiff and County ; Cardiff Exchange ; Royal Porthcawl Golf ; Royal .and Ancient (St. Andrews).

William Webber family from Bideford, Devonshire Co. England

First Generation:

William Webber was born ca. 1547 in Bideford, Devonshire Co. England. He had at least one child: 1) William Webber

Second Generation:

William Webber was born ca. 1567 in Bideford, Devonshire Co. England. William married Johan Wynslade, daughter of Robert Wynslade, on 18 Sep 1601 in Bideford, Devon England. They had at least the following children: 1) Christopher Webber 2) Thomas Webber

Third Generation:

Thomas Webber was baptized on 5 Dec 1604 in Biddeford, Devon, England. He “was a mariner of Boston as early as 1644 if not sooner, and the master of the sloop “Mayflower”, while still resident in England in 1652. He may have been related to the Thomas Webber who was a Puritan and Adventurer– in fact, they could be one and the same man. By 1660 there were approximately 8 known ships bearing the name ‘Mayflower.’ The ship mentioned above is not the same ‘Mayflower’ of 1620… Thomas married Philipa Junsen/Johnson in Bideford, Devon England. She was born in Bideford, Devon England. The following children are believed to Thomas & Philipa’s: 1) Peter Webber. He was born 16 Dec 1627 in Biddeford, Devon England. 2) Thomas Webber. 3) Joane Webber. 4) John Webber. He was born ca. 1634 and buried on 4 Nov 1635. 5) William Webber. He was born ca. 1636. 6) Ruth Webber. She was born ca. 1640. 7) Robert Webber. He was born ca. 1642.

Fourth Generation:

Thomas Webber was born ca. 1629. He was baptized on 17 May 1629 in Biddeford, Devon, England. He died in Feb 1687 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co. MA. He was a fisherman and a sea captain. Thomas married Mary Parker, daughter of John and Mary nee – Parker, ca. 1655 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co. MA. She was born ca. 1639 in Bideford, Devon England. She died before 14 Feb 1715/16. Thomas Webber and Mary Parker had the following children: 1) Samuel Webber. 2) John Webber. 3) Joseph Webber. He was born ca. 1658. 4) James Webber. 5) Sarah Webber. She was on 10 Jul 1666 in Charlestown, Suffolk Co. MA. She died on 8 Aug 1666 in Charlestown, Middlesex Co. MA. 6) Lydia Webber. She was born ca. 1668. She married John Snowman. 7) Thomas Webber. He was born ca. 1668. 8) Nathaniel Webber. 9) Mary Webber. She was born ca. 1671.

Fifth Generation:

Samuel Webber was born ca. 1656 in York, York Co., Maine. He died in Oct 1716 in York, York Co., Maine. He was a millwright. Samuel married Deborah Littlefield, daughter of John and Patience Littlefield, ca. 1680 in Gloucester, Essex Co. MA. She was born ca. 1660 in Titchfield, Co. Hants, England. She died on 2 May 1740 in York, York Co. ME. Samuel Webber and Deborah Littlefield had the following children: 1) Samuel Webber. 2) John Webber. 3) Benjamin Webber. 4) Deborah Webber. She was born on 2 Jun 1695 in Gloucester, Essex Co. MA, and died on 6 Jul 1698 in Gloucester, Essex Co. MA. 5) Waitsill Webber. 6) Patience Webber. She was born on 18 Jan 1697/1698 in Gloucester, Essex Co. MA and died on 6 Feb 1697/1698 in Gloucester, Essex Co. MA 6) Thomas Webber. He was born ca 1700 and died in York, York Co. ME on 26 Feb 1723. 7) Joseph Webber. On 13 Apr 1726 Joseph married Mary Lewis, in York, York Co. ME. He died before 1753. 8) Mary Webber. 9) Deborah Webber. 10) Dorcus Webber. 11) Bathsheba Webber.

John Webber was born ca. 1656 in Suffolk, York Co., Maine. He died in 1684. He was a mariner. John married Mary and had the following children: 1) Nathan Webber. 2) Abigail Webber.

James Webber was born ca. 1665. He died on 19 Mar 1729. He was a mariner associated with both Gloucester and Charlestown, MA. James married Patience Littlefield, daughter of John and Patience in Charlestown, MA. She was born ca. 1674 and died after 1748. They had the following children: 1) James Webber. He was born on 8 Feb 1696/7 in Charlestown, Middlesex Co. MA. 2) Joseph Webber. He was born on 1 Sep 1698 in Charlestown, Middlesex Co. MA. 3) Benjamin Webber. He was born on 6 Feb 1699/1700 in Charlestown, Middlesex Co. MA. 4) Jonathan Webber. He was born on 17 Jan 1701/2 in Charlestown, Middlesex Co. MA. 5) Nathan Webber. He was born on 20 Jun 1705 in Charlestown, Middlesex Co. MA. 6) Elizabeth Webber. She was born on 26 Sep 1707 in Charlestown, Middlesex Co. MA. 7) Josiah Webber. He was born on 29 Dec 1712 in Charlestown, Middlesex Co. MA.

Nathaniel Webber was born ca. 1670. Nathaniel married Elizabeth in Charlestown, MA ca. 1697. They had the following children: 1) John Webber. He was born on 12 Nov 1701 in Charlestown, Middlesex Co. MA. John died in Charlestown, Middlesex Co. MA on 12 Nov 1702. 2) Elizabeth Webber. She was born on 22 Aug 1699 in Charlestown, Middlesex Co. MA. 3) John Webber. He was born on 1 Jul 1703 in Charlestown, Middlesex Co. MA. 4) Pellathia Webber. He was born on 15 Feb 1705 in Charlestown, Middlesex Co. MA. He married Sarah. They had one child, Sarah WEBBER, who died young. 5) Mary Webber. She was born on 2 Jul 1708 in Charlestown, Middlesex Co. MA. 6) Kathrin Webber. She was born on 7 Apr 1711 in Charlestown, Middlesex Co. MA.

Sixth Generation:

Samuel Webber was born ca. 1681. He died ca. 1736. He was a millwright. Samuel married Elizabeth YOUNG, daughter of Rowland and Susanna Matthews Young ca. 1704. Samuel Webber and Elizabeth Young had the following children: 1) Elizabeth Webber. She was born on 12 Oct 1705 in York, York Co. ME. She died in York, York Co. ME on 27 Sep 1721. 2) Samuel Webber. He was born on 9 Jul 1708 in York, York Co. ME. On 21 May 1736 Samuel married Sarah Bowden, in York, York Co. ME. 3) Dorcas Webber. She was born ca. 1710 in York, York Co. ME. 4) Mary Webber. She was born on 15 Apr 1710 in York, York Co. ME. She died ca. 1778. She married Joseph Weare. Joseph died in 1791. 5) Gershom Webber. He was born on 21 Mar 1711/1712 in York, York Co. ME. He died in York, York Co. ME on 4 May 1797. 6) Bersheba Webber. She was born on 15 Apr 1714 in York, York Co. ME. 7) Mercy Webber. She was born on 2 Mar 1716/1717 in York, York Co. ME. 8) Abigail Webber. She was born on 31 Jan 1718 in York, York Co. ME. 9) Sarah Webber. She was born on 31 Jan 1720 in York, York Co. ME. 8) Nathaniel Webber. He was born on 9 Sep 1722 in York, York Co. ME. He died in 1791. 9) Joseph Webber. He was born on 24 Jul 1727 in York, York Co. ME. 10) Paul Webber. He was born on 7 Oct 1729 in York, York Co. ME.

John Webber was born ca. 1683 in York, York Co. ME. He died ca. 1748/1749 in Wells, York Co. ME. He was a housewright. John first married Magdalen Hilton Adams Weare, daughter of Mainwaring and Mary Moulton Hilton on 1 Mar 1709 in York, York Co. ME. She was born in Apr 1695 in York, York Co. ME. She died on 4 Feb 1725/26 in York, York Co. ME. John Webber and Magdalen Hilton Adams Weare had the following children: 1) Edmund Webber. 2) Hannah Webber. Born on 18 Sep 1711 in York, York Co. ME. Hannah died in North Yarmouth, Cumberland, ME. She married George Colesworthy in Boston, Suffolk Co., MA. 3) Josiah Webber. 4) Mary Webber. John second married Elizabeth Boothby, daughter of Henry Boothby, on 21 May 1726/27 in York, York Co. ME. She was born ca. 1700 in Mog-Water, Ireland. She died on ca. 1776 in York, York Co. ME. They had the following children: 5) Deborah Webber. 6) Lydia Webber. 7) Elizabeth Webber. 8) Thankful Webber. 9) John Webber.

Benjamin Webber was born ca. 1690. He was a millman. He first married Mehitable Allen, daughter of James Allen on Oct 1715. Benjamin and Mehitable had the following children: 1) Mehetable Webber. She was born on 13 Aug 1715 in York, York Co. ME. She married Joseph Farnam. 2) Lydia Webber. She was born on 23 Jan 1717/18 in York, York Co. ME. She married Ebenezer Blasdel, son of Ebenezer Blasdel. 3) Dorothy Webber. She was born on 11 Feb 1719/20 in York, York Co. ME. 4) Bathsheba Webber. She was born on 17 Jan 1721/22 in York, York Co. ME. 5) Anna Webber. She was born on 17 Jan 1723/24 in York, York Co. ME. 6) Thankful Webber. She was born on 14 Aug 1727 in York, York Co. ME. 7) Benjamin Webber. He was born on 30 Apr 1731 in York, York Co. ME. 8) Patience Webber. She was born on 12 Nov 1732 in York, York Co. ME. 8) Mercy Webber. She was born on 4 Feb 1736/37 in York, York Co. ME. Benjamin second married Martha Day on 3 Feb 1738 in York, York Co. ME. They had one child. 9) Martha Webber. She was born on 28 Oct 1739 in York, York Co. ME.

Waitsill Webber was born on 18 Jan 1697/1698 in Gloucester, Essex Co. MA. He died ca. 1797 in Harpswell, ME. He married Meribah Huthins, daughter of Benjamin HUTCHINS. The had the following children: 1) Jonathan Webber. He was born on 26 Apr 1723 in York, York Co. ME. He died on 27 Jan 1724/1725 in York, York Co. ME. 2) Joanna Webber. She was born on 19 Jun 1724 in York, York Co. ME. 3) Josiah Webber. He was born on 16 Nov 1726 in York, York Co. ME.

Mary Webber married Joseph Sayward. The had the following children: 1) Mary Sayward. She was born on 24 Nov 1709 in York, York Co. ME. 2) Susannah Sayward. She was born on 2 Oct 1711 in York, York Co. ME. 3) Jonathan Sayward. He was born on 9 Nov 1713 in York, York Co. ME. 4) Joseph Sayward. He was born on 5 Jan 1716/1717 in York, York Co. ME. 5) Henry Sayward. He was born on 1 Mar 1718/1719 in York, York Co. ME. 6) Jeremiah Sayward. He was born in Aug 1721 in York, York Co. ME. 7) Miriam Sayward. She was born on 7 Mar 1723/1724 in York, York Co. ME. 8) Nathaniel Sayward. He was born on 1 Mar 1725/1726 in York, York Co. ME.

Deborah Webber married Andrew Westcoat on 19 Apr 1729 in York, York Co. ME. The had the following children: 1) Josiah Westcoat. He was born on 1 Apr 1730 in York, York Co. ME. He died on 9 Apr 1730 in York, York Co. ME.

Dorcas Webber married John Baker on 5 Feb 1724/1725 in York, York Co. ME. The had the following children: 1) John Baker. He was born ca. 1725 and died ca. 1728. 2) Deborah Baker. She was born on 25 Dec 1727 in York, York Co. ME. 3) Mary Baker. She was born on 21 Mar 1729/1730 in York, York Co. ME.

Nathan Webber was born in Boston, Suffolk, MA. On 7 Apr 1709 Nathan first married Ruth Corbett, in Boston, Suffolk, MA. On 20 Oct 1713 Nathan second married Rebecca Burbank.

Abigail Webber first married John Johnson n 24 Feb 1708/1709 then on 15 Sep 1710 she married for a second time to John Neuman, in Boston, Suffolk, MA.

Seventh Generation

Edmund Webber was born ca. 1710 in York, York Co. ME. He died ca. 1792. He was a caulker and a farmer. Edmund married Deborah Parcher, daughter of Elias and Grace Allard Parcher in Portsmouth, Rockingham Co. NH. She was born ca. 1709/1717 in Greenland, Rockingham Co. NH. Deborah died in 1790. Edmund Webber and Deborah Parcher had the following children: 1) Elizabeth Webber. She was born ca. 1735. 2) John Webber. 3) Edmund Webber. 4) Benjamin Webber. 5) Samuel Webber. 6) Stephen Webber. 7) Joseph Webber. 8) Elias Webber. 9) Margaret Webber. 10) Isreal Webber. 11) Hannah Webber. She married Richard Dore.

Josiah Webber was born on 4 Aug 1713 in York, York Co. ME. Josiah married Hannah Harmon, daughter of Johnson and Mary Moulton Harmon, on 19 Jan 1737 in York, York Co. ME. She was born on 19 Feb 1715 and died on 1 Mar 1747 in York, York Co. ME.

Mary Webber was born ca. 1725 in York, York Co. ME. She died in Limington, York Co. ME on 27 Jun 1829. Mary married Lazarus Rowe ca. 1743 in York, York Co. ME. He was born in Jan 1725 and died on 14 Sep 1829. 1) Patty Rowe. She married Samuel Goodwin

Deborah Webber was born ca. 1726/1727 in York, York Co. ME. She died in York, York Co. ME on 20 May 1740. Deborah married Abraham Stover on 2 Jan 1749 in York, York Co. ME.

Lydia Webber was born on 9 Dec 1729 in York, York Co. ME. She died in Buxton, York Co. ME on 29 May 1814. Lydia married John McLucas, son of John and Mary Cole McLucas, on 1 Oct 1748 at the First Congregational Church in Biddeford, York Co. ME. He was born on 20 Mar 1726 in York, York Co. ME. He died in Biddeford, York Co. ME on 1 Oct 1748. Lydia Webber and John McLucas had the following children: 1) John McLucas 2) Lucy McLucas. 3) Sarah McLucas. 4) Elizabeth McLucas. 5) Hannah McLucas. 6) Joshua McLucas. He was born in 1759 in Biddeford, York ME and died on 20 Nov 1778.

Elizabeth Webber was born ca. 1731 in York, York Co. ME. Elizabeth married Richard Banks on 7 Nov 1755 in York, York Co. ME. He was born ca. 1771 in York, York Co. ME.

Thankful Webber married Ephraim Blaisdel on 3 May 1742 in York, York Co. ME.

Eighth Generation

John Webber was born ca. 1735. He died in 1816. He married Alice Hasty, in York, York Co. ME on 21 Nov 1766. She was born 1746 in Wells, York Co. ME. She died in 1810. They had the following children: 1) John Webber. He was born ca. 1771. 2) Sarah Webber. She was born ca. 1771. 3) Joseph Webber. He was born ca. 1780. 4) Asa Webber. He was born ca. 1790. 5) Aaron Webber. He was born ca. 1790. 6) James Webber. He was born ca. 1791.

Edmund Webber was born ca. 1738. He died in Sep 1824 in Waterborough, York Co. ME. He was a caulker. He first married Dorothy Stewart, daughter of Samuel and Dorothy Allen Stewart, in Wells, York Co. ME on 11 Sep 1761. She was born on 4 Aug 1737 in Wells, York Co. ME. She died before 9 Nov 1809. Edmund Webber and Dorothy Stewart had the following children: 1) Margaret Webber. She was born ca. 1761. Margaret married Samuel Morrison on 11 Jan 1780. 2) Edmund Webber. 3) Samuel Webber. 4) Mehitable Webber. She was born ca 1772 and died in Cornish, ME on 8 Jan 1822. She married James Holmes Jr. in Wells, York Co. ME on 2 Oct 1794. 5) Stephen Webber. 6) Dorcas Webber. 7) Deborah Webber. 8) Benjamin Webber. 9) Joseph Webber. 10) Elias Webber. 11) Isreal Webber. 12) Hannah Webber. She married David Bradeen. 13) John Webber. Edmund second married Mary Bickford on 9 Nov 1809 in Waterborough, York Co. ME. She was born in Madbury, Strafford Co. NH. She died in 1812. Edmund third married Rebecca Skillings, daughter of Simeon and Mary Skillings in Waterborough, York Co. ME. She was born in 1765 and died in 1835.

Ninth Generation

Edmund Webber was born ca. 1762. He died on 18 Oct 1805 in Wells, York Co. ME. He was a caulker. He married Lydia Littlefield in Wells, York Co. ME on 7 Jan 1790. She was born ca. 1771. She died in 1824.

Samuel Webber was born ca. 1767 in Wells, York Co. ME. He died on 8 Aug 1853 in Waterborough, York Co. ME and is buried in the Elder Grey Cemetery, Waterborough, York Co. ME. He was a miller and a farmer. He married Hannah Allen in Wells, York Co. ME on 23 Mar 1790. She was born ca. 1771/1772. She died on 28 Aug 1865 in North Waterborough, York Co. ME. [Note: I am stumped with regard to her ancestry- would really appreciate any advice on her parentage.] They had the following children: 1) Doritha Webber. 2) Edmund Webber. 3) Hannah Webber. 4) Sally Webber. 5) Samuel Webber. 6) Martha Webber. 7) Ivory Webber. 8) Susanna Webber. She was born on 14 Mar 1805 in Waterborough, York Co. ME. 9) Elijah Webber. He was born on 26 May 1809 in Waterborough, York Co. ME. 10) Betsy Webber. She was born on 3 Oct 1810 in Waterborough, York Co. ME. 11) James Webber. 12) Lovina Webber.

Stephen Webber was born ca. 1775. He died on 29 Jun 1816 in Effingham, NH. He first married Persis Littlefield in Wells, York Co. ME on 19 Jan 1797. He second married Sally Nudgett.

Deborah Webber was born ca. 1778. She died ca. 1823/1826. She married Ebenezer Blaisdell in Berwick, York Co. ME on 1 Apr 1798.

Benjamin Webber was born ca. 1780. He married Rebecca Maddox in Wells, York Co. ME on 7 Feb 1803.

Early American Immigration and New World Settlers

  • Else Weber, who landed in America in 1650
  • Jacob Weber, who arrived in New York State with his family in 1708 and who was the first recorded immigrant of this name
  • Deobalt Weber, who landed in Pennsylvania in 1738
  • Christian Weber, aged 21, who arrived in Pennsylvania in 1740
  • Dewald Weber, aged 17, who arrived in Pennsylvania in 1741
  • Elsbeth Weber, who arrived in Carolina in 1743
  • Alexander Weber, who landed in Pennsylvania in 1801
  • Barbara Weber, who landed in Pennsylvania in 1803
  • Ann Christiana Weber, aged 19, who arrived in Pennsylvania in 1805
  • Babette Weber, who landed in New York, NY in 1832
  • Clara Weber, who arrived in America in 1837
  • Daniel Weber, aged 7, who landed in New York, NY in 1902

Mottoes

Gott segne uns God Bless Us

Grantees

  • Webber to Smith, Capt., of London, 1804
  • Webber to Osmond (minor), natural s. of Peard Osmond, of co. Devon 1807
  • Webber, Georgiana, of Weston-super-Mare, co. Somerset, dau. of Edward A. Webber, Rector of Batbialton, co. Somerset, to his two sons and others, 1877
  • Webber-Gardiner, Lieut. -Col. John, of London, Brittany (Capt., oth Dragoon
  • Guards, 1880), 1880

Notables

  • Adam Weber (born 1987), American football player
  • Albrecht Weber (1825–1901), German Indologist and historian
  • Alfred Weber (1868–1958), German economist, sociologist and theoretician of culture
  • Aloysia Weber, German singer, sister-in-law of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Alson Weber (1910–2005), Canadian volleyball player
  • Amy Weber (born 1970), American actress, model, film producer, and former professional wrestling valet
  • Ann E. Weber, American chemist
  • Anne Weber, German-French author
  • Anthony Weber (born 1987), French footballer
  • Axel A. Weber (born 1957), German economist, former president of the Deutsche Bundesbank
  • Becky Weber (born 1954), American politician
  • Beda Weber (1798–1859), German professor, author, and politician
  • Billy Weber, American film editor
  • Cäcilia Weber, her mother-in-law to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Carl Maria von Weber (1786–1826), German composer; cousin of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s wife Constanze
  • Carlo Weber (born 1934), German architect
  • Carmen Weber (1945–2007), first wife of former Chilean President Ricardo Lagos
  • Caroline Weber (born 1986), Austrian rhythmic gymnast
  • Chris Weber (born 1966), American musician
  • Clark Weber, American radio personality in Chicago
  • Constanze Mozart, née Weber (1762–1842), German, wife of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Dreya Weber, American actress
  • Eberhard Weber (born 1940), German musician
  • Ed Weber (born 1931), U.S. Representative from Ohio
  • Eduard Ritter von Weber (1870–1934) German mathematician
  • Eugen Weber (1925–2007), French historian
  • Francis J. Weber, American Catholic scholar
  • Frederick Parkes Weber (1863–1962), English dermatologist; son of Hermann David Weber
  • Gabi Weber (born 1955), German politician
  • Garrett Weber-Gale (born 1985), American swimmer, two-time Olympic gold medalist, world record-holder in two events
  • Gerd Weber (born 1956), German footballer
  • Hartmut Weber (born 1960), German sprinter
  • Heiko Weber (born 1965), German football manager
  • Heinrich Friedrich Weber (1843–1912), German physicist, sometimes confused with Heinrich Martin Weber
  • Henrik Weber (1818-1866), Hungarian portrait painter
  • Heribert Weber (born 1955), Austrian football player
  • Hermann Weber (1928-2014), German historian and political scientist
  • Ingeborg Weber-Kellermann (1918–1993), German folklorist, anthropologist and ethnologist
  • Jacques Weber (born 1949), French actor, director and writer
  • Jake Weber (born 1964), English actor
  • Javier Weber (born 1966), Argentinian volleyball player
  • Joan Weber (1935–1981), American popular music singer
  • Joe Weber (vaudevillian) (1867–1942), part of comic double-act Weber and Fields
  • Jon Weber (born 1961), American jazz pianist and composer
  • Joseph Weber (1919–2000), American physicist; developed the laser and gravitational wave detector
  • Josepha Weber (1758–1819), German soprano
  • Josepha Weber, German singer, sister-in-law of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Josip Weber (born 1964), Croatian-Belgian footballer
  • Katharine Weber (born 1955), American novelist
  • Kem Weber (1889–1963), German furniture and industrial designer, architect, and teacher
  • Ken Weber (1943–2007), American journalist and nature writer
  • Lenora Mattingly Weber (1895–1971), American young-adult author
  • Lois Weber (1881–1939), American silent film actress
  • Manuel Weber (born 1985), Austrian football player
  • Marco Weber (born 1982), German speed skater
  • Marianne Weber, sociologist and women’s rights activist
  • Mary E. Weber (born 1963), American former astronaut
  • Mauricio Weber (born 1982), Uruguayan football player
  • Michael Weber (1966–1999), Australian musician; lead guitarist of rock band Seminal Rats
  • Olivier Weber (born 1958), French writer, novelist and journalist, ambassador of France, former war correspondent
  • Philipp Weber, German handballer
  • Ralf Weber (born 1969), German footballer
  • Randy Weber, U.S. Representative from Texas
  • Regina Weber (born 1963), German rhythmic gymnast
  • Renate Weber, Romanian lawyer and human rights activist
  • Renê Weber aka Renê Carmo Kreutz Weber (born 1961), Brazilian footballer and coach
  • Ricardo Lagos Weber (born 1962), Chilean lawyer and politician, son of former president Ricardo Lagos and Carmen Weber
  • Shea Weber (born 1985), professional ice hockey defenceman
  • Shlomo Weber (born 1949), Russian economist
  • Sophie Weber, German singer, sister-in-law of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Theodor Weber (1836–1906), German theologian and professor of philosophy Anna Weber (1814–1888), Canadian Mennonite Fraktur artist
  • Vin Weber (born 1952), U.S. Representative from Minnesota
  • Wally Weber, American football player
  • Wilhelm Eduard Weber (1804–1891), physicist and telegraphy pioneer, after whom the SI unit of magnetic flux is named
  • Willi Weber (born 1942), German manager of Formula One driver, Michael Schumacher
  • William A. Weber (born 1918), American botanist and professor; originator of herbarium acronyms
  • Wolfgang Weber (born 1944), German former footballer
  • Yannick Weber (born 1988), Swiss ice hockey player
  • Max Maria von Weber, civil engineer and son of Carl Maria von Weber

 American Revolution Veterans

  • Fred G. Weber; June 1, 1779 in New York
  • Fred Weber; enlisted December 21, 1780 in New York
  • Frederick Weber; enlisted December 21, 1780 in New York
  • Frederick Weber; enlisted July 31, 1780 in New York; Rank of Corporal
  • Fridk Weber; June 1, 1779 in New York
  • Friederick Weber; enlisted November 4, 1779 in New York
  • Georg I Weber Juns; enlisted November 4, 1779 in New York
  • Georg J. Weber; enlisted June 1, 1779 in New York
  • Georg M. Weber; enlisted December 21, 1780 in New York
  • Georg Weber; enlisted December 21, 1780 in New York
  • Georg Weber; enlisted January 24, 1781 in New York; Rank of Lieutenant
  • George Weber; enlisted in New York
  • George Weber; enlisted January 1785 in New York
  • George Weber; enlisted January 3, 1780 in New York; Rank of Private
  • George Weber; enlisted July 1780 in New York; Rank of Private
  • George Weber; enlisted July 9, 1780 in New York; Rank of Private
  • George Weber; enlisted March 1, 1780 in New York; Rank of Private
  • George Weber; enlisted September 1, 1780 in New York; Rank of Private
  • Ja Weber; enlisted August 12, 1775 – September 30, 1783 in Pennsylvania; Rank of Surgeon’s Mate
  • Jacob G. Weber; enlisted December 21, 1780 in New York
  • Jacob G. Weber; enlisted January 1785 in New York
  • Jacob G. Weber; enlisted June 1, 1779 in New York
  • Jacob J. Weber; enlisted December 21, 1780 in New York
  • Jacob J. Weber; enlisted June 1, 1779 in New York
  • Jacob N. Weber; enlisted June 1, 1779 in New York
  • Jacob Weber; enlisted December 21, 1780 in New York
  • Jacob Weber; enlisted in New York
  • Jacob Weber; enlisted January 1785 in New York
  • Jacob Weber; enlisted July 31, 1780 in New York; Rank of Corporal
  • Jacob Weber; enlisted November 4, 1779 in New York
  • Michel Weber; enlisted June 1, 1779 in New York
  • Nicholas G. Weber; enlisted January 1785 in New York
  • Nicholas Weber; enlisted in New York; Rank of Sergeant
  • Nicholas Weber; enlisted January 14, 1785 in New York
  • Nicolas G. Weber; enlisted December 21, 1780 in New York
  • Nicolas H. Weber; enlisted June 1, 1779 in New York
  • Nicolas Weber; enlisted December 21, 1780 in New York; Rank of Corporal
  • Nicolaus Weber; enlisted July 31, 1780 in New York; Rank of Corporal
  • Peter Weber; enlisted April 19, 1783; Rank of Sergeant
  • Peter Weber; enlisted December 21, 1780 in New York; Rank of Levet
  • Peter Weber; enlisted December 22, 1783; Rank of Sergeant
  • Peter Weber; enlisted June 1, 1779 in New York
  • Schabad Weber; enlisted July 1777 in New York; Rank of Private
  • Solomon Weber; enlisted in Massachusetts
  • Thos Weber; enlisted in New Hampshire

Civil War Veterans

  • Adain Weber born 1820 lived in Missouri
  • Adam Weber; born 1819 lived in New York
  • Anthony Weber; born 1822 lived in New York
  • Augt Weber; born 1821 lived in New York
  • Carl Weber; born 1819 lived in Pennsylvania
  • Casper Weber; born 1819 lived in Fulton, Ohio
  • Charles G. Weber; born 1819 lived in Missouri
  • Charles H. Weber; born 1819 lived in Missouri
  • Charles Weber born 1820 lived in Saint Louis, Missouri
  • Charles Weber; born 1819 lived in Bay, Michigan
  • Charles Weber; born 1819 lived in Wayne, Michigan
  • Charles Weber; born 1820 lived in Saint Louis, Missouri
  • Charles Weber; born 1821 lived in Peoria, Illinois
  • Charles Weber; born 1822 lived in Delaware
  • Chas G. Weber; born 1819 lived in Missouri
  • Chas H. Weber; born 1819 lived in Missouri
  • Christian Weber; born 1818 lived in Dubuque, Iowa
  • Christian Weber; born 1819 lived in Allegheny, Pennsylvania
  • Christian Weber; born 1819 lived in New York
  • Christian Weber; born 1821 lived in Ohio
  • Christian Weber; born 1822 lived in Spartanburg, Indiana
  • Clement Weber; born 1821 lived in Minnesota
  • Daniel Weber; born 1819 lived in Pennsylvania
  • David Weber; born 1819 lived in Bartholomew, Indiana
  • Elias Weber; born 1821 lived in Vanderburg, Indiana
  • Ferdenand Weber; born 1819 lived in New York
  • Frank Weber; born 1819 lived in Kentucky
  • Frank Weber; born 1819 lived in Missouri
  • Franz Weber; born 1822 lived in Saint Louis, Missouri
  • Fred Weber; born 1819 lived in Campbell, Kentucky
  • Frederick R. Weber; born 1820 lived in New Jersey
  • Frederick R. Weber; born 1820 lived in New Jersey
  • Frederick Weber; born 1820 lived in Baltimore, Maryland
  • Frederick Weber; born 1820 lived in Baltimore, Maryland
  • Frederick Weber; born 1820 lived in Michigan
  • Frederick Weber; born 1820 lived in Michigan
  • Frederick Weber; born 1821 lived in Perry, Missouri
  • Fredrick Weber; born 1822 lived in New York
  • Georger Weber; born 1819 lived in Stephenson, Illinois
  • Henry W. Weber; born 1821 lived in New York
  • Henry Weber; born 1819 lived in Allegheny, Pennsylvania
  • Henry Weber; born 1819 lived in Kentucky
  • Henry Weber; born 1819 lived in Missouri
  • Henry Weber; born 1819 lived in New York
  • Henry Weber; born 1819 lived in New York
  • Henry Weber; born 1819 lived in Ohio
  • Henry Weber; born 1819 lived in Pennsylvania
  • Henry Weber; born 1819 lived in Pennsylvania
  • Henry Weber; born 1820 lived in Minnesota
  • Henry Weber; born 1820 lived in Muskingum, Ohio
  • Henry Weber; born 1820 lived in New York
  • Henry Weber; born 1821 lived in Missouri
  • Henry Weber; born 1822 lived in Indiana
  • Iratz Weber; born 1822 lived in Missouri
  • J.J. Weber; born 1821 lived in Illinois
  • J.J. Weber; born 1821 lived in New York
  • Jacob Weber; born 1819 lived in New Jersey
  • Jacob Weber; born 1819 lived in New York
  • Jacob Weber; born 1819 lived in Ohio
  • Jacob Weber; born 1822 lived in Jefferson, Wisconsin
  • Jacob Weber; born 1822 lived in Pennsylvania
  • James Weber; born 1819 lived in Missouri
  • Jeremiah Weber; born 1820 lived in Pennsylvania
  • John A. Weber born 1819 lived in St. Francois, Missouri
  • John A. Weber; born 1819 lived in Ohio
  • John C. Weber; born 1820 lived in St. Charles, Missouri
  • John Weber; born 1818 lived in Monroe, Illinois
  • John Weber; born 1819 lived in Hancock, Illinois
  • John Weber; born 1819 lived in Illinois
  • John Weber; born 1819 lived in McHenry, Illinois
  • John Weber; born 1819 lived in Michigan
  • John Weber; born 1819 lived in Missouri
  • John Weber; born 1819 lived in New York
  • John Weber; born 1819 lived in New York
  • John Weber; born 1819 lived in Ohio
  • John Weber; born 1820 lived in Illinois
  • John Weber; born 1820 lived in New York
  • John Weber; born 1821 lived in Ohio
  • John Weber; born 1822 lived in Maryland
  • John Weber; born 1822 lived in New York
  • John Weber; born 1822 lived in New York
  • John Weber; born 1822 lived in New York
  • Joseph Weber born 1819 lived in Grant, Wisconsin
  • Joseph Weber; born 1818 lived in Montgomery, Ohio
  • Joseph Weber; born 1819 lived in Minnesota
  • Joseph Weber; born 1820 lived in Pennsylvania
  • Joseph Weber; born 1822 lived in Essex, New Jersey
  • Joseph Weber; born 1822 lived in Minnesota
  • Joseph Weber; born 1822 lived in Ramsey, Minnesota
  • Klodin Weber; born 1820 lived in Minnesota
  • Klodious Weber; born 1820 lived in Minnesota
  • Levi Weber; born 1819 lived in Wisconsin
  • Martin Weber; born 1820 lived in Ohio
  • Martin Weber; born 1822 lived in Saint Louis, Missouri
  • Matthew Weber; born 1819 lived in New York
  • Micahel Weber; born 1819 lived in Racine, Wisconsin
  • Micke Weber; born 1819 lived in Ohio
  • Owen Weber; born 1819 lived in Pennsylvania
  • Peter Weber; born 1819 lived in Allegan, Michigan
  • Peter Weber; born 1820 lived in New York
  • Peter Weber; born 1821 lived in Illinois
  • Peter Weber; born 1822 lived in Wisconsin
  • Philip Weber; born 1821 lived in Adams, Illinois
  • Phillip Weber; born 1821 lived in Missouri
  • Philp Weber; born 1821 lived in Saint Louis, Missouri
  • Randolph Weber; born 1821 lived in Perry, Indiana
  • Richard R. Weber; born 1819 lived in New York
  • Solomon Weber; born 1819 lived in Pennsylvania
  • Stephen Weber; born 1822 lived in Waukesha, Wisconsin
  • Steven Weber; born 1821 lived in Saginaw, Michigan
  • Thomas Weber; born 1821 lived in Delaware
  • Ulrich Weber; born 1819 lived in Perry, Indiana
  • W.F. De Weber; born 1819 lived in Missouri
  • W.F. De Weber; born 1823 lived in Missouri
  • Wilhelm Weber; born 1818 lived in Illinois
  • William J. Weber born 1819 lived in Missouri
  • William J. Weber; born 1819 lived in Missouri
  • William Weber; born 1820 lived in Pennsylvania
  • William Weber; born 1821 lived in Pennsylvania
  • Wm A. Weber; born 1821 lived in Jackson, Iowa
  • Worace Weber born 1819 lived in Maine
  • Worace Weber; born 1819 lived in Maine

References

  • Homes of Family Names in Great Britain by Henry Brougham Guppy (1890)
  • http://www.surnamedb.com/Surname/Weber
  • https://forebears.io/surnames/weber
  • Dictionary of American Family Names: 3-Volume Set, Volume 3
  • edited by Patrick Hanks (2003)
  • A genealogical & Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain & Ireland Vol 1 & 2 by: Sir Bernard Burke (1879)
  • Burke’s Genealogical & Heraldic History of the Peerage, Barontage & Knightage by: John Burke & Sir Bernard Burke (1949)
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weber
  • Genealogical Guide to Early Settlers of America
  • Grantee of Arms, Named in Docquets and Patents between the years 1687-1898 by: Harry Rylands M.A. (1916)

Weber Coat of Arms Meaning

See glossary for symbol meaning.

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