PETER WEBER, proprietor Weber House, London, also the restaurant and bakery connected therewith, was born in
Rhine Bavaria, Germany, December 29, 1824. He is a son of Jacob Weber, who lived and died in Germany. He married
Barbara Riddlesburger. They were the parents of eleven children, seven sons and four daughters, only two of whom
are in America. Our subject was reared in Germany, and there learned the baker's trade. He was a member of the
Sixth Regiment of Infantry, and served five years. He then came to America, locating at Columbus, Ohio, and worked
there one and a half years. He then came to London and established himself in the bakery and grocery business.
His trade increased steadily, and he soon opened a restaurant. He also established a brewery, which he has lately
abandoned. In 1880, he started a brick yard, and the same year erected his present building. Mr. Weber is a pioneer
business man of London, and has been quite successful in his mercantile operations. He is Democratic in politics,
and has been a member of the Village Council. He was united in marriage, in 1852, to Mary Hahen, a native of Wurtemberg,
Germany. They are the parents of six children. Mrs. Weber is a member of the St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church.
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