Reverend Clement Zwingli Weiser, D.D., the son of Reverend Daniel Weiser, D.D., was the great-great-grandson of Conrad Weiser by his eldest son, Philip. Weiser was born in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania on October 29, 1830. He graduated from Marshall College in Mercersburg, Pennsylvania, in 1850, and from the seminary in 1852. He became an ordained clergyman in the German Reformed Church in 1855 and initially served in the Selinsgrove area. In 1863, he was called to assist his father at the New Goshenhoppen congregation in Montgomery County and was elected his successor, serving until the spring of 1893. He authored The Life of Conrad Weiser and several religious texts. Weiser also served on the foreign mission board of the Reformed Church and was its president for a time. He was a trustee for Franklin and Marshall College and chaplain for the 6th Regiment of the National Guard of Pennsylvania. He was a member of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania and a founding member of the Pennsylvania German Society in 1891. Clement Zwingli Weiser died on March 1, 1898, at his residence in East Greenville, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.