Classification scheme: 
Hist. Mss. 1.206 (s.c.)

Title: Enoch M. Weber fonds

Dates of creation: 1918

Physical description: 2 sheets

Biographical sketch​: Enoch M. Weber (13 March 1869-31 October 1944) was the youngest of twelve children born to Samuel Weber and Anna Martin. He married Lydia Gingrich (22 February 1874-14 March 1969) on 25 January 1895. They had three children. They were part of the Old Order Mennonite community, but were part of the Markham-Waterloo Conference division from the Old Order later in life. Weber was a farmer near Lexington (now within the City of Waterloo) in Waterloo Township, Waterloo County, Ontario.

Custodial history: Donated to the Mennonite Archives of Ontario by Rufus Jutzi in the late 1990s.

Scope and content​: The collection consists of a military exemption certificate for Enoch Weber dated June 1st, 1918, affirming that he was a member in good standing of the Mennonite Church since 1888. The certificate is signed by Bishop Ezra L. Martin and Minister Urias Martin. There is also an undated letter from Eddie Bearinger, grandson of Enoch Weber, giving the background of the document.


Original archival description created 20 May 2004 by Sam Steiner

  1. Exemption certificate, 1918
  2. Eddie Bearinger to Rufus Jutzi, n.d.

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