Historian; professor of history. Born– May 9, 1910, in Ashland, Or. Parents– Augustus and Nellie Weber. Married– Alma B. Weber. Education– San Jose State College, A.B., 1931; University of California, A.M., 1932, Ph.D., 1936. Air Force Military Intelligence, WWII. Taught history at University of Alabama, 1941-1980. Senior Fulbright Scholar, Royal University of Malta, 1956-1957. Wrote many articles in professional journals. Member– American, Southern, and Alabama Catholic Historical Associations; American Society for Church History. Named a Knight of Grace of the Sovereign Military Order of the Knights Of Malta. Received the Excellence in Teaching Award at the University of Alabama, 1976. Awarded status of professor emeritus on his retirement. Died January 21, 1996.
Directory of American Scholars.
The Youth of Mary Queen of Scots. Philadelphia: Dorrance and Company. 1941.
The Historical Evolution of Modern France. Ames, Iowa; Littlefield, Adams, 1949.
The Marriage of Mary Queen of Scots to Francis the Dauphin of France. Greenock, Scotland; Griana-Aig Press, 1969.
Une Correspondence Familiale au Temps des Troubles de Saint-Domingue. Paris; Societe’ de l’Historie des Colonies Francaise, 1959.
The personal papers of Bernerd Clarke Weber are held by the Hoole Special Collections Library at the University of Alabama.