|11th Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives|
|Preceded by||James Engle|
|Succeeded by||John Tod|
|Born||October 8, 1768|
Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
|Died||August 24, 1815|
Gwynedd, Montgomery County, PA
|Political party||Democrat religion=|
John Weber was elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives from Montgomery County in 1806 and served through 1811. In October, 1810, the state government moved from Lancaster, Lancaster County, to Harrisburg, Dauphin County, where it remains.
- Schmedlen, Jean Hearn (2004). Wisdom, Vision and Diplomacy:Speakers of the Pennsylvania House. A Biographical History of the Speakers of the Provincial Assembly and the House of Representatives, 1682–2004 (2 ed.). Harrisburg, PA: Pennsylvania House of Representatives. pp. 105–106.
Born:October 8, 1768, Montgomery County, PA, Died: August 24, 1815, Montgomery County, PA. Member of the House, Montgomery County 1800-1807.
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