|Name||Joseph Alexander Weber|
|Birth||27 Mar 1913||Rosenfeld, Manitoba, Canada|
|Death||13 May 1944||Koxsijde, West Flanders, Belgium|
|Burial||Adegem Canadian War Cemetery, Adegem, Belgium|
|Person ID||I132||Webber | Descendants of Joseph Webber|
|Last Modified||7 Oct 2022|
|Father||Emil "Joseph" Weber, b. 10 Apr 1879, Mertzwiller, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France|
|Mother||Sarah Isabella Acheson, b. 7 Dec 1879, Clinton, Ontario, Canada d. 25 Feb 1953, Calgary, Alberta, Canada (Age 73 years)|
|Marriage||15 Dec 1909||Rosenfeld, Manitoba, Canada|
|Census Canada||1916 Manitoba Census Selkirk District Webber family|
Selkirk is northeast of Winnipeg, MB. Note the spelling of "Webber" by 1916. Also, the "Race or tribal origin" has been scratched out and replaced with "English". except for Sarah, recorded as Irish. First three children: Winnifred, Joseph Alexander and Gertrude. Occupation of decorator.
|Albums||Webber Reunions (16)|
Webber group photos from 1941 to present
|Family ID||F18||Group Sheet | Family Chart|
|Family||Lillian May Scott, b. 5 Apr 1909, Calgary, Alberta, Canada d. 15 Jan 2008, Calgary, Alberta, Canada (Age 98 years)|
|Marriage||13 Mar 1936||Calgary, Alberta, Canada|
|Family ID||F48||Group Sheet | Family Chart|
|Last Modified||25 Apr 2016|
Joseph Alexander Webber in his RCAF uniform.
|Webber Family 1941|
Family portrait taken in Christmas of 1941 in Calgary. Joe had signed up for the RCAF, and Mildred was still alive, dying in 1949. See person ID's on the photo.
|Deaths||Obituary for Joe Webber|
Reported missing in action overseas last May, Flying Officer Joseph Webber is now presumed dead.
Lancaster bomber as flown on raids over Germany