Adam Joseph Weber
Sources conflict on year of birth:
1867 -- Cummings
Jan 1868 -- 1900 census
In 1900, 32 year old Adam J. Weber lived with his widowed mother and sister at 513 Washington St. in Marietta, Washington County, Ohio. Adam's occupation was "plaster." He had been out of work for three months during the previous year.
In 1920, 52 year old Adam Weber lived at in a house that he owned 615 Montgomery St., Marietta, OH with his 48 year old wife Wilhelmina, and their five sons. Also living with them was Wilhelmina's 51 year old unmarried sister, Elizabeth. Adam Weber was a plasterer who worked in the contracting business.
According to the 1920 census, Wilhelmina Lutz Weber was born in Ohio to German-born parents. (Sarnstatt?).
In 1920, 19 year old Walter Weber lived with his parents and younger brothers on Montgomery St. in Marietta OH. He was employed as a stenographer for a steel safe company.
Clements George Biedenbach
An article in the Zanesville Times Recorder on 09 Nov 1967 reported the promotion of of Clements Biedenbach. Excerpts from the article:
PROMOTION LISTED BY OHIO POWER
Promotions of four men to supervisory positions at Ohio Power Co.'s Muskingum River Plant were announced by G. M. Huber, plant manager. Named unit foremen are... Clements G. Biedenbach, of Beverly Route 1. Biedenbach, a World War II veteran, was hired at Muskingum Pland in 1954. He is a member of St. Bernard Catholic Church and of the American Legion Post, both at Beverly. He and his wife, Evelyn, have four children.