Jacob Weager

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Jacob Weager (born 1756) was a farmer and political figure in Upper Canada. He represented Dundas in the Legislative Assembly of Upper Canada from 1800 to 1804.

Jacob Weager
MLA for Dundas
In office
1800–1804
Preceded by Thomas Fraser
Succeeded by John Crysler
Personal details
Born 26 Sep 1755
Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, Province of New York (Thirteen Colonies)
Died 10 Jul 1827
Residence Williamsburgh Twp., Dundas County, Upper Canada
Occupation Soldier

Jacob Weager, was a British Army Captain and Upper Canadian politician. He was born in the Rhinebeck, Dutchess County, Province of New York, the son of Everhart Weager and married to Mary Hare in 1784.[1] He served in the King's Loyal Regiment of New York during the American Revolution. Weager married Mary Hare, the daughter of Henry Hare of the Indian Department. He lived in Williamsburgh Township. Weager served in the Dundas militia, reaching the rank of captain, and was a justice of the peace in the Eastern District.

Weager died in Dundas in 1827.

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