Webb Family Genealogy






WEBB Family originally from Dorsetshire on the southern coast of Wales in England.

Sir John Alexander Webb, of Oldstock, "who was an officer under Kings Henry VII and VIII", the present generally accepted emblem, or coat of arms, was granted, June 17, 1577. This heraldic ensignia of rank in the New Nobility, that of the thegus , owe their origin in personal service to the prince then reigning. The New Nobility was accordingly one of office due to meritorious service. The device of hereditery coat of armour, a growth of the twelveth century, did much to define and mark out the noble class throughout Europe. When once acquired by grant of the Sovereign, it went on from generation to generation. They who possessed the right of coat of armour formed the class of nobility or gentry. He was granted the WEBB coat of arms in 1577.

According to its history, the Webb Coat of Arms was granted to Sir Henry Webb by Henry VIII on June 17, 1577 while at Hampton Court, during the time when Elizabeth I was Queen of England.
The WEBB Coat of Arms was granted to Sir Henry Webb while at Hampton Court (Elizabeth I was Queen of England). In a letter from Hiram Webb of New Bedford Mass., to Dr. Robert Dickins Webb of Yazoo City, Miss., year 1884, the following was written;
" The family coat of arms is a cross gule between four eagle falcons and border scroll, red with gilt letters, brown shadows on all, or crest out of a ducal coronet, and a device eagle displayed. A Crown has 2 red and 3 blue shots all gold, with red hollows, scarlet shield, and edges light yellow. The cross shows that our ancestor was a crusader. The hawks denote swiftness and courage. The coronet that he was fighting under one of the confederate ducal sovereigns of France, and that he was an officer."

The WEBB motto is " Principles not Men". " IN ALTA TENDO "


Another description, copied from the back of the Webb Family Coat of Arms states that “the cross in the arms shows that the ancestor was with King Richard Cour de Leon in the 3rd Crusade or Holy War. The falcons are the birds of Palestine and denote swiftness and courage, and they show that the ancestor was at one time employed in Palestine. The ducal crown in the crest was given to those who had been in the service of one of the sovereign dukes of The French Confederation, and the eagle shows that the ancestor had won a battle at sea while in command of the vessel in which it was fought.” **

Titles and Forms of Address
The WEBB family was originally from Dorset, one of the shires in England. For nearly two hundred years the WEBBs had resided in this place before Alexander Jr with his four sons came to America. The brothers had become quite wealthy. They sold their estate in England for a large sum of money prior to their departure. This English property was inherited through their ancestor, Sir Henry Alexander Webb.

A copy of the letter which Catherine Parr sent her Council (Cabinet Ministers) asking them to grant her beloved friend, Sir Henry Alexander Webb, the lands and estates that had been mentioned for him is still in existence. These lands had been confiscated by the King at the suppression of the monasteries and were located in Dorsetshire, England. In later years they became of value to the children who came to America.

Sir Henry Alexander Webb was usher in the Privy Council of Catherine Parr, Queen Regent of Britian in the 16th century. Catherine Parr, 6th Queen of Henry VIII of England, tactful, kindly woman to whose influence her stepchildren, the future sovereigns Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth I owed much. Among the few existing documents connected with the regency of Catherine Parr was one while Henry VIII was conducting the siege of Boulogne in 1544 AD. There is in the Crotonain Collections a letter to her council headed: **

Katherine, Queen Regent, K.P. in favor of her trusty and well beloved servant, Henry Alexander Webb, gentleman, usher of her Privy Chamber." The letter is in regard to some grants and privileges to Henry Alexander Webb, but which have not been fulfilled. It concludes "we most heartily desire and pray you to be favorable to him at this our earnest request. Given under my Hand and Signet, at my Lord, the King's Majesty's Honor of Hampton Court, the 23d of July and the 36th of his Highness most noble Reign."

Webb is a quite common name throughout southwestern part of that nation. The Webb families are primarily concentrated in the English Counties of Somerset, Wiltshire, Hants, Suffolk, Norhampton and Worchestershire. The name Webb literally means "one who weaves" or "weaver". A great many Webbs migrated to America when the colonies offered good wages to men with craft skills and to those who would build a new life. In 1790, when president George Washington authorized the first Census, there were 395 Webb families listed with an average of 5.7 members per family. There were also 1864 adult and single Webbs not member of these households. These were primarily young men seeking their fortunes on the frontier. A later count, taken in 1960, revealed that the Webb name is the 121st most common name in America. At that time there were approximately 148,000 adult Webbs in the United States. (Source , the Webb Family, published by the American Genealogical Research Institute, 1973)


EMAIL from Anne Webb Nelson ; 9-26-2006 Webb Surname DNA Project. I am about to publish the results of some research I have been doing into the WEBB legends.This will be published on the Webb Surname DNA Project website (www.webbsurnamedna.org) in the public area.
While I have not completed this research, the first segment will be posted as soon as our webmaster can get it up. This section concerns the Sir Henry Webb, Queen Katherine Parr's usher. This Sir Henry Webb had but one child, a daughter who married George Peckham. Sir Henry died in 1553, and his daughter died in 1555. He is buried at St. Katheryn Colman's in London, and she is buried at Biddlesden -- her tombstone names her as both George Peckham's wife Susan, and as the "only heir of Henry Webbe."
So this portion of your website is in error. Whoever was granted the coat of arms in 1577, it was NOT this Sir Henry Webbe, as he was dead by then
Furthermore, the DNA Project has pretty well blown the Alexander Webb and his four sons theory out of the water. We have DNA for Christopher Webb and it doesn't match RIchard Webb of CT nor ANY Southern Webb line (i.e., the William Micajah line of VA).



  • Sir Henry WEBB was born May 15 1350 in Warwickshire, England died 3 in 1376/1441. md. __ b. 1353 in of,Warwickshire,England **
    • 1. Geoffrey WEBB SEE BELOW
    • 2. Alice Webb **
    • 3. Thomas Webb of Draycott, Wiltshire married Elizabeth Nichols b. 1392 Draycot, Yorkshire, England, d. 1440 England, d/o Richard Nicholas and Jane. Jane's father was Nicholas St. John of Wiltshire **
      • 1. Alice Webb b. abt. 1414 married William De Richmond in 1435 Draycot Foliat by Swindon, Wiltshire, England. William assumed the the Webb name.-- **
        --- William de Richmond - The Herald's Visitation, 1681-1683, lists William as being of Yorkshire in the early 1400's. About 1430, he married Alice, daughter and heiress of Thomas Webb of Draycott, Wiltshire. Alice's mother, Elizabeth, was the daughter of Richard Nicholas and Jane. Jane's father was Nicholas St. John of Wiltshire. Upon his marriage, William Richmond assumed the name of Webb and quartered the Webb arms with his own. This procedure often was followed by Englishmen who married women inheriting more lands than the men possessed. The prime reason for assuming a wife's arms and name was to ensure that children of the marriage would have clear title to the estates coming from their mother's family. William and Alice Richmond-Webb lived at Draycott, Wiltshire.
        • History of their children and generations ****
  • Geoffrey WEBB was born on 12 Apr 1372 in Stratford, Warwickshire, England.d 1408 married (1) ___ (2) __. One being Julian ___ before 1404 b. 1374 in of,Warwickshire,England
    • 1. John WEBB SEE BELOW
    • 2. Alice WEBB
  • John WEBB b. January 05, 1404/05, Stratford, Warwick, England. d 1429 married (1)___ (2) Johan bef. 1424. b. 1407 in of,Warwickshire,England
    • 1. William WEBB SEE BELOW
  • William WEBB b. March 16, 1425, Stratford, Warwick, England; d. July 13, 1523, Oldsrock, England. married Joen / Joan STONE before 1450 in England b.1425 in England
    • Occupation. Sheriff
    • William was lord mayor of London during the time of Henry VIII.
    ref: The History of the Worthies of England by Thomas Fuller, D.D., AMS Press Inc., New York, 1965. See Vol. II, pg. 387, where Lord Mayors for 1426-1656 are listed. Pages 388-408 list the "Sheriffs of London and Middlesex." On page 405, there is a Will. Webb, who is shown as a sheriff of London/Middlesex in the 23rd year of the reign of Elizabeth the Great (1558-1603). That would be about 1580. No Webb/Webbe listed for Lord Mayor. **
    • 1. John Alexander WEBB SEE BELOW

  • John Alexander WEBB SR was born July 9, 1450 in Of Oldsrck, England, and died in Stratford, Warwick, England. • Occupation. Knight
    • 1. Sir John Alexander WEBB JR . SEE BELOW
    When Henry VIII (reigned 1509-1547) separated the Church of England from the Catholic Church, first cousins were permitted to marry. This occurred between the Webbs, Ardens, and Shakespeares.
  • Sir John Alexander WEBB JR b 16 Jan 1483 or Jan 11, 1484, Stratford , Warwickshire, England d. England.
    * Military service: Officer of Rank in the army of King Henry VIII • Occupation. Knight Baron
    • 1. William WEBB b. 1509
    • 2. Sir Henry Alexander WEBB b. 1510 SEE BELOW
    • 3. Mary WEBB b. February 1511 in Wilmcote, Aston Cantlowe, Warwickshire, England. d bef 1550 in Stratford On Avon, Warwickshire, England. md Robert ARDEN in 1526 in Aston Cantlowe, Warwickshire, England. ** **
      • 1. JOYCE ARDEN, b. 1534, Stratford, Warwick, England; d. 1557.
      • 2. AGNES ARDEN, b. 1536, Stratford, Warwick, England.
      • 3. MARY ARDEN, b. 1537, Wilmcote, Warwickshire, England; d. September 09, 1608, Stratford, Warwick, England. md John Shakesphere son of Abigail Webb & Richard Shakespeare **
        • Children listed under Abigail Webb md Richard Shakespeare son JOHN ( Marys' mothers sister son)
      • 4. Margaret ARDEN b. 1538 in Wilmcote, England. md
        (1) Sir Alexander WEBB in 1555 in Stratford, England. b. 24 Dec 1534 in Stratford, Warwickshire, England d 1573 in Stratford, Warwickshire, England son of Henry Alexander Webb & Grace Arden
        (2) Edward CORNWALL
        • 1 children listed below under Alexander Webb son of Henry Alexander Webb and Grace Arden section
      • 5. THOMAS ARDEN, b. 1540, Stratford, Warwick, England.
      • 6. JOAN ARDEN, b. 1542, Stratford, Warwick, England.
      • 7. ALICE ARDEN, b. 1544, Stratford, Warwick, England; d. 1580, England.
      • 8. KATHERINE ARDEN, b. 1545, Stratford, Warwick, England.
    • 4. Abigail WEBB, b. June 06, 1515, Stratford, Warwick, England; d. 1595. married Richard Shakespeare Abt. 1532. b 1512 in Stratford, Warwick, England, d 1561 in Stratford, Warwick, England. He was a tenant farmer of Robert Arden of Wilmecote . He was in Stratford-upon-Avon in 1551 to set up business trading in animals, wool, malt and corn. He produced the goods and John sold them.
      • 1. John Shakespeare b. 1532/37, Warwickshire, England; d. 1601, Stratford, Warwick, England md Mary Arden 1557 dau of Robert Arden and Mary Webb d 1608
        note: ** In an application for a coat of arms, claimed that his grandfather was a hero in the War of the Roses and was granted land in Warwickshire in 1485 by Henry VII. No historical evidence has been discovered to corroborate this story of the man who would be William Shakespeare's great-grandfather. EARLY YEARS
        John Shakespeare lived between 1531 - 1601
        John's father, Richard Shakespeare, was a tenant farmer of Robert Arden of Wilmecote
        John was illiterate - he used glovers compasses as his signature!
        He moved to Stratford-upon-Avon in 1551 to set up business trading in animals, wool, malt and corn. His father Richard produced the goods and John sold them!
        He bought a house in Henley Street, Stratford , which was conveniently near the market
        John Shakespeare used the skins of animals to set up trade as as a Glover and Whittawer (making saddles, harnesses and fine leather gloves)
        He sold goods to the wealthy and made the right connections in Stratford - an ambitious man!
        John was also involved in the dubious business of money lending!
        He made enough money to purchase another house in Greenhill Street, Stratford in 1552
        THE SUCCESSFUL YEARS
        He married Mary Arden in 1557 - great marriage as she was the daughter of the wealthy Robert Arden . John and Mary married at the ages of 26 and 17 respectively (a year after her father had died) In 1557 John Shakespeare was obtained Public Office when he was elected as ale-taster of the Borough of Stratford (an important role as people drank ale which was safer to drink than water!) John and Mary had eight children between 1558 - 1580 John became important and was elected Chamberlain of Stratford in 1561, Alderman in 1565 and Mayor in 1568
        THE DOWNFALL OF JOHN SHAKESPEARE
        In 1570 John Shakespeare was accused of Usury for lending money at the rate of 20% and 25% Interest .
        In 1570 his application to bear a Coat-of-Arms and for the title of Gentleman fails . Why? No one knows for sure but it is possibly to do with the Shakespeare's Catholic religion
        In 1570 the Queen, Elizabeth I, was excommunicated by the Catholic Church and feared that her crown would be taken by Catholic plots involving Mary Queen of Scots .
        Catholics were viewed with suspicion. Some of the Catholic relatives of the family were sent to the Tower of London.
        In 1578 John became behind with his taxes.
        In 1579 He was forced to mortgage Mary's estate, Asbies .
        In 1583 Edward Arden, the head of the Catholic Arden Family was executed for his beliefs and for plotting against the life of the Queen. Edward Arden's son-in-law, John Somerville, was also arrested, tortured on the rack and died in the Tower of London for being supporters of the Catholic Mary, Queen of Scots .
        In 1586 John Shakespeare was removed from the Board of Aldermen .
        By 1590 John Shakespeare's only possession was the house on Henley Street .
        In 1592 he was fined for not attending church .
        THE RISE OF JOHN SHAKESPEARE
        By 1592 John's son, William Shakespeare, was mixing with nobles and courtiers .
        In 1594 William Shakespeare would play before Queen Elizabeth. The name of Shakespeare was again accepted .
        John's fortunes rose with those of his son and on October 20, 1596 he was granted permission to display a Coat-of-Arms .
        In 1599 John Shakespeare was reinstated on the Town Council at Stratford-upon-Avon .
        In 1601 Shakespeare's father, John Shakespeare dies .
        1608 Shakespeare's mother Mary Shakespeare nee Arden dies
        • 1. Joan Shakespeare b September of 1558, baptized in Stratford on September 15, d -succumbed to the plague shortly after the bapitism
        • 2 Margaret Shakespeare b 1562 d 1563
        • 3 William Shakespeare ,the Bard, the English Poet b April 26, 1564 d 1616 md Anne Hathaway in November of 1582 **
          note: Both grandmothers of William Shakespeare were Webb girls, Mary and Abigail, daughters of Sir Alexander Webb and sisters of Sir Henry Webb of Hampton Court.
          note: The baptismal register of the Holy Trinity parish church, in Stratford, shows the following entry for April 26, 1564: Gulielmus filius Johannes Shakespeare. The actual date of Shakespeare's birth is not known, but, traditionally, April 23, St George's Day, has been Shakespeare's accepted birthday, and a house on Henley Street in Stratford, owned by William's father, John, is accepted as Shakespeare's birth place. However, the reality is that no one really knows when the great dramatist was born. According to the Book of Common Prayer, it was required that a child be baptized on the nearest Sunday or holy day following the birth, unless the parents had a legitimate excuse. As Dennis Kay proposes in his book Shakespeare . ---- If Shakespeare was indeed born on Sunday, April 23, the next feast day would have been St. Mark's Day on Tuesday the twenty-fifth. There might well have been some cause, both reasonable and great -- or perhaps, as has been suggested, St. Mark's Day was still held to be unlucky, as it had been before the Reformation, when altars and crucifixes used to be draped in black cloth, and when some claimed to see in the churchyard the spirits of those doomed to die in that year. . . .but that does not help to explain the christening on the twenty-sixth.**
          • 1. Susanna Shakespeare, christened on May 26th, 1583 md John Hall 1607 in Stratford, Warwickshire, England
            • 1. Elizabeth Hall, b. 1608 in Stratford, Warwickshire, England
          • 2. Judith Shakespeare (twins) b January, 1585
          • 3. Hamnet Shakespeare (twins) b January, 1585 d August 11, 1596, at the age of eleven.
        • 4 Gilbert Shakespeare was baptized on October 13, 1566, at Holy Trinity. It is likely that John Shakespeare named his second son after his friend and neighbor on Henley Street, Gilbert Bradley, a glover and the burgess of Stratford for a time. Records show that Gilbert Shakespeare survived the plague and reached adulthood, becoming a haberdasher, working in London as of 1597, and spending much of his time back in Stratford. In 1609 he appeared in Stratford court in connection with a lawsuit. Gilbert Shakespeare had a long and successful career as a tradesman, and he died a bachelor in Stratford on February 3, 1612. In 1569
        • 5 Joan Shakespeare d 1646 married William Hart the hatter ,he died 1616
          She was named after the first daughter that died in infancy..
          -- Due to the fact that Shakespeare's children and his other siblings did not carry on the line past the seventeenth century, the descendants of Joan Shakespeare Hart possess the only genetic link to the great playwright. Joan Shakespeare's husband died 1616 and she lived the rest of her life in Shakespeare's birthplace. She died in 1646, but her descendants stayed in Stratford until 1806.
          • 1.died in childhood
          • 2.died in childhood
          • 3.William Hart (1600-1639) followed in his famous uncle's footsteps and became an actor, performing with the King's Men in the mid-1630s. His most noted role was that of Falstaff. William Hart never married,
            • Charles Hart, the leading actor of the restoration period, is believed to be William Hart's illegitimate son
          • 4.
        • 6 Anne Shakespeare b 1571, died at the age of eight. The sorrow felt by the Shakespeares' over the loss of Anne was profound, and even though they were burdened by numerous debts at the time of her death, they arranged an unusually elaborate funeral for their cherished daughter. Anne Shakespeare was buried on April 4, 1579.
        • 7 Richard Shakespeare b 1574, named probably after his paternal grandfather. Richard was baptized on March 11 of that year, and nothing else is known about him, except for the fact that he died, unmarried, and was buried on February 4, 1613 -- a year and a day after the death of Gilbert Shakespeare.
        • 8 Edmund Shakespeare b 1580. They christened him on May 3 , probably in honor of his Uncle Edmund Lambert. Edmund did not make a great reputation for himself as an actor, but, in all fairness, cruel fate, and not his poor acting abilities, was likely the reason. Edmund died in 1607 -- not yet thirty years old. He was buried in St. Saviour's Church, in Southwark, on December 31 of that year. His funeral was costly and magnificent, with tolling bells heard across the Thames. It is most likely that William planned the funeral for his younger brother because William would have been the only Shakespeare wealthy enough to afford such an expensive tribute to Edmund. Records show that the funeral was held in the morning. It is probable that the morning funeral was arranged so that Shakespeare's fellow actors could attend the burial of Edmund.
      • 2. Henery Shakespeare b. 1538, Warwickshire, England; d. December 1596, Warwickshire, England.
      • 3. Thomas Shakespeare b. 1539, Warwickshire, England; d. 1583, Warwickshire, England.



  • Sir Henry Alexander WEBB Baronet was born on 11 May 1510 in Stratford On Avon, Warwickshire, England. d. 1544, England md. Grace ARDEN in 1533 in Stratford On Avon, Warwickshire, England. b. 1512/14 in Wilmcote, Aston Cantlowe, Warwickshire, England. d December 03, 1539 in Windsor, Hartfordshire, England. d/o Thomas ARDEN. • Occupation. Baronet • Baptism, Abt 1544

    NOTE:It is said that Sir. Henry Webb established the family for all future times, since to him the coat of arms, was granted. This heraldic ensigna of rank in the New Nobility, that of the Thegus, owe their orgin in personal service to the prince then reigning. The new Nobility was accordingly one of office due to meritiorous service.
    The device of hereditary coat of armour, a growth of the twelfth century, did much to define and mark out the noble class throughout Europe. When once acquired by grant of the Sovereign, it went on from generation to generation. They who possessed the right of coat of armour formed the class of nobility or gentry.
    Sir Henry Webb married Grace Arden, sister of Robert Arden. Mary Webb (Shakespeare's grandmother) married Robert Arden, brother of Grace.

    • 1. Sir Alexander WEBB b.1534 SEE BELOW
    • 2. Agnes WEBB b. 1536 in Stratford, Warwickshire, England. married (1) John HILL
      • 1. John HILL
      • 2. Mary HILL
    • 3. Henry WEBB b. 15 May 1537 in Stratford, Warwickshire, England.



  • Sir Alexander WEBB SR b 24 Dec 1534 in Stratford, Warwickshire,, England. d 1573 Stratford, Warwickshire, England md. Margaret ARDEN in 1555 in Stratford On Avon, Warwickshire, England. b. 1538 in Wilmcote, England d. 1608 in Warwickshire, England d/o Robert ARDEN and Mary WEBB] **
    • 1. Robert WEBB was born on Mar 5 1555 in Wilnecote, Warwickshire, England.
      --- Robert remained on the estate near Stratford in England when other members of the family came to America.
    • 2. Margaret WEBB was born on Jun 9 1558 in Birmingham, Warwickshire, England.
    • 3. Sir Alexander WEBB JR b. 20 Aug 1559 SEE BELOW



  • Sir Alexander WEBB JR b. 20 Aug 1559 in Warwickshire, England. d. After 1629, Boston, Suffolk Co., MA buried Boston, Suffolk Co., MA. md. Mary WILSON in 1579 in Stratford On Avon, Warwickshire, England. [b. 1561 in Stratford, England] **
    --- Alexander Jr. came to america, and so did four of his sons. This was the beginning of the great WEBB family in the United States.
    • 1. Richard WEBB b. 15 May 1580 in Norwich, Dorset, England. d 1 Jan 1676 in Norwalk, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA. married
      (1) Grace WILSON on May 1 1610 in Dorsetshire, England. b 1594 in Dorsetshire, England. (2 ch, Richard, John )
      (2) Elizabeth GREGORY 1629/30 Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut b. Norwalk, Fairfield Co. Ct. d Jan 24 1680 in Norwalk, Fairfield County, Connecticut. **
      --- Richard was one of four brothers who came to America in 1629 with their father, Alexander Webb Jr. He emigrated from England to Stamford, Connecticut in 1629 and settled at Norwalk, Connecticut in 1646.
      --- When Richard died he bequeathed the entire Webb property to Elizabeth Gregory Webb (his second wife). No children have been identified by this second marriage.
      • 1. Richard Webb b. Jan 9 1611 in Norwalk, Dorset, England. d Mar 15 1675 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut. married Margery MOYER. b 1627 in Stamford, Fairfield County, Connecticut.
        • 1. Richard WEBB III b 1646 in Northampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.
        • 2. John WEBB b 1650 in Northampton, Hampshire County, Massachusetts.
        • 3. Sarah WEBB b October 16, 1653 in Northampton, Hampshire Co., Massachusetts.md John Marshall abt 1672 b 1646 in New Haven CT d 1712 n Greenwich, Ct, son of Thomas Marshall
          This Marshall lineage group info was contributed by cuzin Jerry Allen Marshall
          --- John Marshall married (1) Hannah Rockwell [1 ch - . Hannah Marshall] (2) Elizabeth Lyon 1668, daughter of Thomas Lyon and Mary Hoyt b 1655 in Greenwich, Connecticut, d 1712. [ 5 ch: John b. 1669. Samuel b. Abt. 1671. Joseph b. Abt. 1673.Daniel b. Abt. 1675. Hannah b. Abt. 1677.] (3) Sarah Webb [6 ch]
          • 1. John Marshall b 1674, Greenwich, Ct.; d. 1727, Greenwich, Ct. md Abigail Banks dau of Joseph Banks and Hannah ___ b Greenwich, Ct., d 1758.
            • 1 John Marshall b. May 1700.married SARAH MARSHALL January 10, 1731/32 in Greenwich, Ct., dau of JOSEPH MARSHALL and MARY.
              • 1 JOHN MARSHALL, b. April 18, 1732, Greenwich, Ct..
                • 1 JUSTUS MARSHALL, b. April 09, 1762.
                • 2 HANNAH MARSHALL, b. April 09, 1762.
                • 3 ORPHA MARSHALL, b. September 11, 1763.
                • 4 JEROME MARSHALL, b. March 09, 1766.
                • 5 JOHN MARSHALL, b. July 10, 1768.
                • 6 THOMAS MARSHALL, b. July 10, 1768.
                • 7 SARAH MARSHALL, b. August 02, 1770
              • 2 HANNAH MARSHALL, b. November 18, 1733.
              • 3 JUSTUS MARSHALL, b. September 04, 1735.
              • 4 SARAH MARSHALL, b. September 12, 1737.
              • 5 DEBORAH MARSHALL, b. October 09, 1742.
              • 6 LETITIA MARSHALL, b. January 27, 1741/42.
              • 7 HENRY MARSHALL, b. April 30, 1744.
              • 8 JOSEPH MARSHALL, b. July 02, 1746.
              • 9 MARY MARSHALL, b. April 20, 1750.
            • 2 Hannah Marshall b. December 25, 1704; md. Anthony DeMill
            • 3 David Marshall b. January 31, 1705/06, Greenwich, Ct. d. Oct 17, 1759, Purchase, NY. married ANNA "ANNE" HAIGHT March 22, 1733/34 in Purchase Monthly Meeting, daughter of JAMES HAIGHT and ANNA POPE. b Sept 15, 1715 in Harrison, Westchester Co., NY, d July 19, 1780.
              • 1 JAMES MARSHALL, b. January 1, 1734/35, Greenwich, Ct; d. April 08, 1815, Clinton, Dutchess Co NY
              • 2 ABIGAIL MARSHALL, b. August 12, 1736, Greenwich, Ct; d. March 6, 1758, Greenwich, Connecticut.
              • 3 ANNA MARSHALL, b. December 12, 1738 Greenwich, Ct; d. bef 1837 md JOHN SUTTON February 18, 1761 in Purchase. son of BENJAMIN SUTTON and ELEANOR. b May 07, 1740, and d Bef. March 14, 1774. He was living at Bedford, NY. Quaker marriage.,
                • 1 PHEBE SUTTON, b. Abt. 1762.
                • 2 DAVID SUTTON, b. February 13, 1768, New York; d. September 28, 1851, Calhoun Co., Michigan or Hyde Park, New York. md SOPHIA CARPENTER March 25, 1789, daughter of HENRY CARPENTER and PHEBE DICKENSON. She was born March 18, 1769, and died Bef. November 1836.
                  • 1 PHEBE SUTTON, b. December 03, 1791, New Paltz, Ulster County, New York; d. February 24, 1873, Dutchess Co., NY
                  • 2 ANNA SUTTON, b. February 21, 1795, Westchester Co., New York; d. March 05, 1875, Rochester, Monroe Co, NY
                  • 3 ELIZABETH SUTTON, b. May 03, 1797, New York; d. April 11, 1885.
                  • 4 PHILENAH SUTTON, b. December 16, 1800, New Paltz, Ulster County, New York; d. Bef. 1848.
                  • 5 HENRY CARPENTER SUTTON, b. January 04, 1804, New Paltz, Ulster County, NY d. January 21, 1901, Marango, Calhoun County, Michigan md ELIZABETH DEGARMO March 24, 1825 in Crumelbow, dau of PETER DEGARMO and MARY ROBINSON. b November 03, 1805 in Dutchess Co., New York, d December 04, 1884 in Convis, Calhoun Co, Michigan.
                    • 1 PETER DEGARMO8 SUTTON
                      • 1 CHARLES OSCAR SUTTON
                        • 1 PETER DEGARMO10 SUTTON, d. Overland Park, Kansas
                • 3 ANNA SUTTON, b. March 19, 1770; d. November 28, 1850, Greenwich, Huron County, Ohio.
                • 4 ISAAC SUTTON, b. Abt. 1772, Westchester Co., New York; d. November 23, 1860, New Paltz, Ulster County, New York.
                • 5 JOHN SUTTON, b. Abt. 1775; d. Bedford, New York; m. PHEBE BIRDSALL, Cornwall Shapaqua, NY Quaker.
              • 4 JERUSHA MARSHALL, b. February 28, 1740/41, Greenwich, Connecticut; m. GEORGE COCK.
              • 5 DAVID MARSHALL, b. January 1, 1742/43, Greenwich, Connecticut md REBECCA BAKER December 16, 1762 in Walpak Township, Sussex Co., New Jersey b November 22, 1744.
                • 1 OLIVER MARSHALL, b. January 03, 1764.
                • 2 DANIEL MARSHALL, b. February 19, 1766; d. December 24, 1827. married FREELOVE CARPENTER December 16, 1790 in New Castle, Westchester Co., NY, daughter of ABRAHAM CARPENTER and LYDIA. She was born October 12, 1774, and died January 28, 1835
                  • 1 IRA B.7 MARSHALL, m. ELIZABETH T. HUNTER, August 28, 1867, North castle, Westchester County, New York.
                • 3 THOMAS MARSHALL, b. April 10, 1768.
                • 4 JUDITH MARSHALL, b. October 20, 1770.
                • 5 AARON MARSHALL, b. August 16, 1774; m. MARY HALSTEAD, October 15, 1794.
                • 6 MOSES MARSHALL, b. October 06, 1776.
                • 7 REBECCA MARSHALL, b. October 16, 1778.
                • 8 ANN MARSHALL, b. February 26, 1781.
                • 9 DAVID MARSHALL, b. May 16, 1783.
              • 6 ZACCHEOUS MARSHALL, b. February 05, 1745/46, Greenwich, Ct.; d. July 20, 1830, Pleasant Valley, Dutchess County, New York.married
                (1) ANN TOTTEN December 14, 1764. She was born 1747, and died 1787. [5 ch]
                (2) SUSANNA DEAN December 25, 1789. She died Bef. 1806.[3 ch]
                (3) JANE QUIMBY April 24, 1806 in At the Creek, Clinton, Dutchess Co., NY,[1 ch] dau of SAMUEL QUINBY and ANN. She was born June 27, 1765, and died April 15, 1846.
                • 1 HANNAH MARSHALL, b. October 03, 1768; m. ?? STOUTENBURGH.
                • 2 REUBEN MARSHALL, b. June 14, 1770.
                • 3 DAVID MARSHALL, b. May 02, 1773.
                • 4 TOTTEN MARSHALL, b. July 07, 1775.
                • 5 SOLOMAN MARSHALL, b. January 02, 1783.
                • 6 STEPHEN D.6 MARSHALL, b. October 27, 1790 married PHEBE H. HALSTED May 28, 1818 in Oswego, New York, daughter of STEPHEN HALSTED and MARY.
                  • 1 PAULINA S. MARSHALL, m. MOSES H. FROST, August 22, 1839, Creek MM, New York.
                • 7 HENRY S. MARSHALL, b. 1793 d April 16, 1853, Hyde Park, New York. married SARAH GIFFORD September 24, 1818 in Stanford township, Dutchess Co., New York. d September 05, 1849 in Hyde Park, New York.
                  • 1 SUSAN MARSHALL.
                  • 2 ANN MARSHALL.
                  • 3 JOHN GIFFORD MARSHALL, b. July 16, 1824, Hyde Park, New York; d. March 08, 1892, Hyde Park, New York md PHEOBE JANE MARSHALL
                    • 1 LEONORE MARSHALL, md. OLIVER H. DREW.
                    • 2 THEODORE MARSHALL, md. ANNE FOREMAN.
                    • 3 HENRY S. MARSHALL b. April 6 1861 Hyde Park, New York md VERNIE SMITH
                      • 1 ATHERTON G. MARSHALL
                      • 2 GIFFORD H. MARSHALL
                      • 3 GEORGE S. MARSHALL
                  • 4 . THEODORE MARSHALL, b. 1826; d. February 1854, Crum Elbow, Dutchess Co., New York.
                  • 5 . CAROLINE MARSHALL.
                  • 6 . EDWARD H. MARSHALL, b. Pleasant Valley, New York
                • 8 ISREAL MARSHALL, b. June 1796 d. July 13, 1873 md ANNA G. GIFFORD May 26, 1825 in Stanford MM, Dutchess County, New York, b March 23, 1799 in Stanford, Dutchess Co., NY d October 25, 1873 in Crum Elbow, Dutchess Co., NY dau of JOHN GIFFORD and ANNA.
                  • 1 SUSAN A. MARSHALL, b. December 11, 1827.
                  • 2 THERON R. MARSHALL b April 20 1831 Pleasant Valley NY md ELIZABETH MARSHALL October 31, 1855, . b March 7, 1836 in Stanford, Dutchess Co.NY dau of ISAAC MARSHALL and ELIZA LAWRENCE
                    • 1 ISREAL D. MARSHALL b. August 3, 1857, Pleasant Valley, New York; m. CARRIE D. VAN DE WATER.
                    • 2 SUSAN ANN MARSHALL, b. December 15, 1858; d. September 10, 1860, Crum Elbow, Dutchess Co., New York.
                    • 3 ROBERT L. MARSHALL, b. August 13, 1860, Pleasant Valley, New York; m. ELIZABETH W. CONKLIN
                • 9 ISSAC P. MARSHALL, b. May 02, 1809; d. February 24, 1872, Pleasant Valley, New York. married MARIE VAN WAGENEN. She was born August 18, 1809, and died February 09, 1892 in Pleasant Valley, New York.
                  • 1 CULVER MARSHALL, b. Dutchess Co., New York.
                  • 2 JOHN ALLEN MARSHALL, b. Dutchess Co., New York. md ELMIRA D. CULVER
                    • 1 NELLIE MARSHALL, m. BENJAMIN HAVILAND.
                    • 2 EDWIN VINCENT MARSHALL.
                    • 3 CULVER MARSHALL.
                    • 4 JENNIE MARIA MARSHALL.
                    • 5 JOHN ALLEN MARSHALL
                  • 3 ALBION MARSHALL, b. 1845; d. February 01, 1893, Crum Elbow, Dutchess Co., New York.
              • 7 HENRY MARSHALL, b. May 8, 1749, Greenwich, Connecticut; d. February 11, 1824, Hyde Park, New York.
              • 8 FRANCIS MARSHALL, b. February 24, 1752, Westchester Co., New York; d. 1800, Easton, Washington Co. New York married DEBORAH DEAN March 01, 1773 in Greenwich, Ct., daughter of SAMUEL DEAN and MARY ANDERSON. She was born August 17, 1751, and died 1799 in Easton, Washington Co. New York
                • 1 DAVID MARSHALL, b. 1774, Westchester Co., New York; d. Abt. 1865, Sumpter Township, Wayne Co., Michigan. married HANNAH LOUNSBURY November 28, 1799 in Nine Partners, Dutchess Co., New York, daughter of MICHEL LOUNSBURY and LUCRETIA. She was born 1778 in Purchase?, and died March 21, 1842 in Huron Township, Wayne Co., Michigan.
                  • 1 HARRIET C. MARSHALL, b. 1800, New York; m. EPHRIAM PALMER, August 30, 1842, Huron Township, Wayne Co., Michigan.
                  • 2 FRANCIS J. MARSHALL, b. 1808, New York; m. SARAH; b. 1812, New York.
                  • 3 ELIHU G. MARSHALL, b. May 16, 1812, Easton, Washington Co. NY d. 1885 Red Oak, Oscoda Co., Michigan md SUSAN VANDERCOOK Feb 7, 1836 Monroe Co., NY, dau of WILLIAM VANDERCOOK and BETSEY FISHER. b 1813 in Cooksborough, Renselear Co., NY d 1880.
                    • 1 GEORGE E. MARSHALL, b. 1837, New York; d. Abt. November 1863, Richmond, Virginia.
                    • 2 HAMILTON E. MARSHALL, b. May 26, 1838, Sumpter Township, Wayne Co., Michigan; d. February 09, 1864, Andersonville Prison, Georgia married CLARISA PECK February 09, 1860 in Orleans, Ionia Co., Michigan. She was born June 24, 1840 in Pennsylvania, d November 27, 1867 in Orleans, Ionia Co., Michigan.
                      • 1 DORANCE DELMONT9 MARSHALL, b. August 11, 1861, Van Buron township, Wayne Co., Michigan; d. February 19, 1946, Long Lane, Missouri.
                      • 2. ELLA VIOLET MARSHALL, b. February 11, 1863, Ypsilanti, Washtenaw Co., Michigan.
                    • 3 CECELIA D. MARSHALL, b. May 09, 1840, Sumpter, Wayne Co., Michigan; d. November 25, 1921, Lewiston, Michigan. married CHARLES W. VANANTWERP April 25, 1856 in Sumpter, Wayne Co., Michigan. He was born November 13, 1836 in New York, and died April 17, 1915 in Lewiston, Michigan.
                      • 1 ALVIN A. VANANTWERP, b. 1859, Sumpter T, Wayne Co., Michigan.
                      • 2. EMMA VANANTWERP, b. 1863.
                      • 3. ADELBERT E. VANANTWERP, b. July 12, 1867, Sumpter Township, Wayne Co., Michigan.
                      • 4. ADA M. VANANTWERP, b. 1875, Michigan
                    • 4 ___ MARSHALL.
                    • 5 ALFRED WALTER MARSHALL, b. August 20, 1848, Sumpter Township, Wayne Co., Michigan; d. February 23, 1923, VA Hospital, Grand Rapids, Michigan md MARY JANE LEWIS March 31, 1867 in Ypsilanti, Washtenaw Co., Michigan, daughter of WILLIAM LEWIS and ALMIRA CLARK. b Sept 9, 1845 in Brantford, Ontario, Canada, d October 08, 1924 in Albion, Calhoun Co., Michigan.
                      • 1 GEORGE E. MARSHALL, b. February 28, 1868, Sumpter Township, Wayne Co., Michigan; d. April 17, 1935, Flint, Michigan.
                    • 6 HARRIETT MARSHALL, b. 1853
                  • 4 DEBORAH MARSHALL, b. April 16, 1815.
                  • 5 ___ MARSHALL.
                  • 6 WILLIAM B. MARSHALL, b. 1822, Easton, Washington Co., New York. married PHEBE VANDERCOOK March 26, 1845, daughter of WILLIAM VANDERCOOK and BETSEY FISHER. She was born June 10, 1826 in New York, and died July 14, 1917 in Rawsonville, Michigan.
                    • 1 ANNEGELINE MARSHALL b 1848, Michigan d. 1936. married JOHN C. TUTTLE 1868, son of HIRAM TUTLE and ANNIE G.. He was born September 1845 in Michigan, and died 1924 in Rawsonville, Michigan.
                      • 1 ALICE L. TUTTLE, b. 1871, Michigan.
                      • 2 WILBUR J. TUTTLE b. April 1876 Michigan
                    • 2 HARRIETT MARSHALL, b. 1852.
                    • 3 JULIA MARSHALL, b. 1855.
                    • 4 IDA MARSHALL, b. 1857
              • 9 WILLIAM MARSHALL, b. May 14, 1754, Greenwich, Connecticut.
              • 10 ABIGAIL MARSHALL, b. January 3, 1760, Greenwich, Connecticut.
            • 4 Elizabeth Marshall b. October 6, 1708; md. Thomas Hill
            • 5 Elihu Marshall b. June 04, 1710; d. 1747; md. Ruth Brown
            • 6 Mary Marshall b. January 11, 1711/12 md DANIEL OGDEN November 8, 1734 in Greenwich, Ct., son of JOHN OGDEN. b 1704 in Rye, New York, d 1790
              • 1 ABNER OGDEN.
              • 2 JOHN OGDEN.
              • 3 DANIEL OGDEN, b. August 21, 1735, Greenwich, Ct.; d. November 30, 1819, Lawrence Twp., Clearfield Co., Pa. married HELENA SCHOUTIEN August 09, 1756 in Brinckerhoff, Dutchess Co., New York. She was born May 15, 1737.
                • 1 MATTHEW OGDEN, b. February 07, 1777, Otsego Co., New York; d. May 20, 1852, Lawrence Twp., Clearfield Co., Pa. married ELIZABETH BLOOM June 30, 1802 in Phillipsburg, Pa.. She was born August 22, 1784 in Hunterdon Co., New Jersey, and died September 08, 1875 in Lawrence Twp., Clearfield Co., Pa..
                  • 1 MIRIAM OGDEN, b. July 16, 1830, Lawrence Twp., Clearfield Co., Pa.; d. March 06, 1889, Lawrence Twp., Clearfield Co., Pa. married JAMES ORR June 30, 1849 in Clearfield, Pa.. He was born January 02, 1818 in Lawrence Twp., Clearfield Co., Pa., and died April 02, 1887 in Lawrence Twp., Clearfield Co., Pa
                    • 1 CLARA COVESSA ORR, b. January 06, 1854, Clearfield, Clearfield Co., Pa.; d. June 16, 1926, Clearfield, Clearfield Co., Pa. married JOHN LEVI CONKLIN 1871 in Clearfield, Pa.. He was born May 07, 1845 in Wolf Run, Clearfield Co., Pa., and died July 08, 1924 in Clearfield, Clearfield Co., Pa..
                      • 1 FRANK H. CONKLIN, b. January 16, 1881, Clearfield, Clearfield Co., Pa.; d. June 06, 1957, Saint Mary's, Elk Co., Pa..
              • 4 DAVID OGDEN.
              • 5 JONATHAN OGDEN.
              • 6 JEHU OGDEN.
              • 7 JOAB OGDEN.
              • 8 MATTHEW OGDEN.
              • 9 MARGARET OGDEN.
            • 7 Jehu Marshall b. September 24, 1714.
            • 8 Zaccheus Marshall b. April 11, 1716; md. Susanna ___
            • 9 Ichabod Marshall b. February 23, 1717/18.
            • 10 Micajah Marshall b. June 17, 1723.
            • 11 Abigail Marshall b. 1725; md. Josiah Mead
          • 2. Joseph Marshall md Mary ___
            • 1 SARAH MARSHALL, m. JOHN MARSHALL; b. May 1700.
              • 1 Children line above under John Marshall son of Thomas Marshall
            • 2 JOSEPH MARSHALL, b. July 19, 1703; m. HANNAH FERRIS.
            • 3 THADDEOUS MARSHALL, b. November 02, 1707; d. 1764 md MARY BANKS.
              • 1 THADDEOUS MARSHALL, b. 1732.
              • 2 UNKOWN MARSHALL.
              • 3 STEPHEN MARSHALL, b. 1735.married HANNAH LOCKWOOD.
                • 1 GILBERT MARSHALL, b. 1758, Greenwich, Connecticut; d. 1795. married SARAH BROWN.
                  • 1 SARAH MARSHALL, m. HENRY MARSHALL.
                  • 2 GILBERT MARSHALL married SARAH KNAPP
                    • 1 WILLIAM MARSHALL.
                    • 2 UNKNOWN MARSHALL.
                    • 3 SARAH MARSHALL
                  • 3 WILLIAM MARSHALL, b. Nov 30, 1780; d. November 29, 1862. married ?? RAYMOND
                    • 1 LYDIA MARSHALL.
                    • 2 CAROLINE MARSHALL.
                    • 3 JAMES MARSHALL.
                    • 4 WILLIAM MARSHALL
                  • 4 STEPHEN MARSHALL, b. April 22, 1783; d. June 03, 1855 married PAMELA MEAD November 01, 1807. She was born January 21, 1784, and died February 08, 1857.
                    • 1 STEVEN MARSHALL, b. July 03, 1808.
                    • 2 GILBERT MARSHALL, b. November 03, 1809; d. March 08, 1892, Port Chester, New York. married DEBORAH HOYT. She was born July 13, 1813, and died January 11, 1876.
                      • 1 ANN M. MARSHALL.
                      • 2 STEPHEN A. MARSHALL.
                      • 3 JOSEPH H. MARSHALL.
                      • 4 LESLIE G. MARSHALL.
                      • 5 ABRAHAM F. MARSHALL.
                      • 6 CAROLINE M. MARSHALL.
                      • 7 SARAH E. MARSHALL
                    • 2 SARAH ANN MARSHALL, b. March 27, 1812; d. May 02, 1836; m. ?? FERDON.
                    • 2 POLLY B. MARSHALL, b. September 23, 1813; m.
                      (1) MATHEW MEAD; b. March 03, 1814
                      (2) HIRAM RAY, March 01, 1831.
                • 2 ANDREW MARSHALL, b. 1760.
                • 3 ABRAHAM MARSHALL, b. 1768.
                • 4 MARY MARSHALL, b. 1768
            • 4 DEBORAH MARSHALL, b. February 04, 1707/08.
            • 5 AMY MARSHALL, b. November 28, 1718; m. CAPTAIN ISREAL KNAPP.
            • 6 MARY MARSHALL, b. November 08, 1720; m. SAMUEL KETCHAM.
            • 7 SUSANNA MARSHALL, b. July 07, 1727.
          • 3. Daniel Marshall b. 1679 Greenwich, Connecticut d. 1727 md Abigail Butler June 23, 1703 Greenwich, Connecticut.
            • 1 DANIEL MARSHALL, b. January 28, 1703/04; m. ELIZABETH MEAD.
            • 2. NATHANIEL MARSHALL, b. May 27, 1705; d. 1764.married SARAH
              • 1 NATHANIEL5 MARSHALL
            • 3 THOMAS MARSHALL, b. August 06, 1706; m. SARAH WHEPLEY.
            • 4. SAMUEL MARSHALL, b. March 06, 1714/15; d. 1772 married HANNAH MEAD
              • 1 EDWARD MARSHALL.
              • 2 JOSIAH MARSHALL.
            • 5 FREELOVE MARSHALL, b. March 23, 1718/19.
            • 6 ABIGAIL MARSHALL, b. February 1720/21; m. THOMAS JONES.
            • 7 UNKOWN MARSHALL.
            • 8 HANNAH MARSHALL, b. August 06, 1725; m. BENJAMIN PRINGLE.
            • 9 REBECCA MARSHALL, b. April 27, 1727.
          • 4. Martha Marshall b. 1680. md Thomas Merritt b January 31, 1669/70.
            • 1. BENONI MERRITT married MARY
              • 1 SOLOMAN MERRITT married MARY LYON
                • 1 ABRAHAM MERRITT married ELIZABETH LYON b January 10, 1762
                  • 1 DANIEL MERRITT, b. June 9, 1803 md RACHAEL BROWN
                    • 1 JOHN HITCHINGS MERRITT, b. March 09, 1828 married LUCINDA WATERBURY SILLECK
                      • 1 CHARLES ELBERT MERRITT b Jan 7, 1851
            • 2. THOMAS MERRITT, b. Abt. 1709; d. Abt. 1749
              • 1 ROBERT MERRITT
            • 3. JOHN MERRITT md MARY BRUNDAGE, dau of JOHN BRUNDAGE and MARY HUNT.
              • 1 CALEB MERRITT, m. ELIZABETH.
          • 5. Samuel Marshall b. 1683, Greenwich, CT d. 1713; md Mary ___
          • 6. Hannah Marshall
        • 4. Joseph WEBB b Mar 30 1654 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT d Oct 11 1698 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT md Hannah SCOFIELD on Aug 11 1672 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT d Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT
          • 1. Joseph WEBB Jr b Jan 5 1673 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT d Nov 15 1743 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT md Mary HOYT. d in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT.
            • 1. Epenetus WEBB Sr b Jul 16 1713 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT md Elizabeth LOCKWOOD.b in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT
              • 1. Epenetus WEBB Jr b Aug 6 1740 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT
          • 2. Mary WEBB was born on Apr 14 1677.
        • 5. Mary WEBB b 1656 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT
        • 6. Caleb WEBB b 1658 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT
        • 7. Joshua WEBB b 1660 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT d 1694.
        • 8. Samuel WEBB b Mar 3 1661 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT d Jun 1736 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT md Hannah JAGGER in 1690 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT.
        • 9. William WEBB b 1673 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT
        • 10. Jonathon WEBB Sr b Apr 12 1675 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT. d Aug 5 1744 in Stamford, Fairfield County, CT md Judith CHAMBERLAIN on May 15 1701 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT b 1680 in Hull, Barnstable Co, Mass. d Dec 8 1734 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT ****
          • 1. Jonathon WEBB Jr b Apr 14 1712 in Stamford, Fairfield Co CT
          • 2. Judith WEBB b May 16 1714 in Stamford Fairfield Co, CT md Daniel STEVENS Feb 1 1731
          • 3. William WEBB b Apr 8 1716 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT md Sarah SCOFIELD Jun 20 1737.
          • 4. Joanna WEBB b Apr 18 1718 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, Ct md Arnold BOWLEY Feb 3 1736.
          • 5. Richard J WEBB b Jan 12 1721 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, Ct d 1785 md Abigail HOYT.
            • 1. Sylvanus WEBB b Oct 5 1745 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, Ct md Mary WOOD.
              • 1. Silas WEBB Sr b Jul 31 1784 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, Ct. md Mindwell HOYT.
                • 1. Silas WEBB Jr
                • 2. DR George F WEBB
            • 2. Mary WEBB b 1747 d 1747
            • 3. Mary WEBB b 1748
            • 4. Abigail WEBB b 1751. d 1757
            • 5. Ebenezer WEBB b 1752
            • 6. Noah WEBB b 1754 md Pheobe MARTIEL. b 1754 d 1831
              • 1. Ebenezer WEBB b 1783 md Mary Ann CRAWFORD. ****
                • 1 Noah WEBB b 1802. d 1887 md Agnes S SUTHERLAND b 1794 d 1867
                • 2 Martha WEBB b 1804.
                • 3 Ebenezer WEBB b 1806. d 1826.
                • 4 Elizabeth WEBB b 1808.
                • 5 John C WEBB b 1810 md Marie ANVEGINE.
                • 6 Murrey WEBB b 1812.
                • 7 Josiah WEBB b 1815.
                • 8 Nathaniel WEBB b 1815 d 1858 md Agnes HIGGINS.
                • 9 Charity WEBB b 1817 d 1839 md John Rushton WEBB, b 1813 son of Samuel James WEBB Sr and Jane RUSHTON [1st cousins]
                  • 1 children listed under Jhn Rushton Webb son of Samule James Webb and Jane Rushton section below (2.)
                • 10 Mary Ann WEBB b 1819.
                • 11Charles Tupper WEBB b 1821. d 1822.
                • 12 Susannah WEBB b 1823.
                • 13 Samuel Archibald WEBB b 1826
              • 2. Samuel James WEBB Sr b 1785 d 1828 md Jane RUSHTON b 1784 d 1869
                • 1. John WEBB b 1804
                • 2 Samuel James WEBB Jr b 1806 md Mary DOYLE b 1805 d 1840
                • 3 Mary WEBB b 1810.
                • 4 John Rushton WEBB b 1813 md
                  (1) Charity WEBB, daughter of Ebenezer WEBB and Mary Ann CRAWFORD. b 1817d 1839. [1st cousins]
                  (2) Mary Anne RALSTON.
                • 5 Jane WEBB b 1815.
                • 6 David Harris WEBB
                • 7 Simon Peter WEBB b 1819.
                • 8 Isreal Barkow (Parker) WEBB b 1822.
                • 9 Charles Mekins WEBB b 1824. He died in 1871. married Levina LEWIS.
              • 3. Phoebe WEBB b 1784 d 1870 md John RUSHTON.
                • 1 Henry Britton RUSHTON b 1827 md
                  (1) Margaret R HUNTER
                  (2) Mary Ann
                  (3) Ann READ
                • 2 Joseph RUSHTON
                • 3 Nathaniel RUSHTON
                • 4 David H RUSHTON
          • 6. Patience WEBB b Jan 16 1724 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT
          • 7. Ruth WEBB b Jan 14 1726 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT
          • 8. Mary WEBB b Apr 20 1730 in Stamford, Fairfield Co, CT.
      • 2. __ Webb b abt 1612 Dorsetshire England
      • 3. John Webb b. 1627/1634 New Haven, CT d. 19 May 1670 Northampton, Hampshire, MA md
        (1) Anna Bassett 1640 Hartford, Hartford, CT
        (2) Elizabeth Swift 16 Oct 1667 Northampton, Hampshire, MA b. 24 March 1640 Dorchester, Suffolk, MA d. Dec 1691 Northampton, Hampshire, MA dau of Thomas Swift & Elizabeth Capen
        (3) Ann Webb dau of ___ and ___
        • 1. Sarah Webb b 1646 in Hartford, Hartford Co., CT d 29 Feb 1704 in Deerfield, Hampshire, MA. [Died in an Indian Massacre during the French and Indian War buried Deerfield, Franklin, MA in a mass burial mound with other victims of the massacre] md Zechariah Field 17 Dec 1668 in Hatfield, Hampshire, MA
          • 1. Ebenezer Field
        • 2. Jeremiah Webb b. 12 July 1668 Wenham, Essex, Ma d. 5 March 1734 md.1693 Priscilla Mc Claflin b 22 Aug 1672, Wenham, Essex, MA dau of Robert Mack Claflin (1639-1690) & Joanna Warner (1642-1691) **
          • 1. Priscilla Webb b AUG 1675 Northampton, Hampshire, Ma d 19 MAR 1746 - Southampton, Hampshire, Ma md Nathaniel Searle on Sept 24 1713 Northampton, Hampshire, Ma b 30 MAY 1686 - Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts d 26 JUN 1777 - Southampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts son of John Searle & Mary North [He was also married to Sarah ___ ]
          • 2. Joanna Webb b 16 MAR 1694 - North Hampton, Hampshire, MA d 5 APR 1694
          • 3. Esther Webb b 23 DEC 1697 - North Hampton, Hampshire, MA
          • 4. Josiah Webb b 28 MAR 1700 - Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts d 1723
          • 5. Daniel Webb b 1702 - Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts d ABT 8 APR 1746
          • 6. Sarah Webb b APR 1704 - Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts
          • 7. Joseph Webb b MAR 1707 - Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts d MAY 1707
          • 8. Elizabeth Webb b 6 MAY 1708 - Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts
          • 9. Experience Webb b 12 NOV 1710 - Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts d 13 DEC 1790
          • 10. Moses Webb b 20 MAR 1713 - Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts
        • 3. Peter Webb b. 23 June 1670 - Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut d. aft 26 Sept 1693
    • 2. William Micajah WEBB b. Jan 9 1582 in Stratford, Wawickshire, England. SEE BELOW Immigrated to America in 1629
    • 3. Elizabeth WEBB b. 3 Sept 1585 in High Ongar, Stratford, Warwickshire, England died 14 Jul 1635 in Boston, Massachusetts, married John SANFORD in 1631 in Boston, Massachusetts [b. 1605 in Alford Lincolnshire England.d.22 Jun 1653 in Portsmouth Newport RI.s/o Samuel Sanford and Mrs Ellenor Sanford]
      • 1. Capt. John SANFORD b. 4 June 1633 Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. baptized 16-Jun-1633 at First Church, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. d. 25 Jan 1686/87 Rhode Island, at age 53.
        (1) Elizabeth Spatchurst, daughter of Henry Spatchurst, on 8-Aug-1654 at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island.
        (2) Mary Gorton, daughter of Samuel Gorton and Mary Maplett, on 17-Apr-1663 at Portsmouth, Newport County, Rhode Island.
        --- The Inventory of Capt. John Sanford was taken on 19-Sep-1687. *--* --- Children of Capt. John Sanford and Elizabeth Spatchurst:
        • 1. Elizabeth Sanford b. 11-Jul-1655
        • 2. Mary Sanford b. 18-Aug-1656, d. 1658
        • 3. Susanna Sanford b. 31-Jul-1658
        • 4. Rebecca Sanford b. 23-Jun-1660
        --- Children of Capt. John Sanford and Mary Gorton:
        • 5. Mary Sanford b. 30-Mar-1664, d. 15-Nov-1748
        • 6. Eliphal Sanford b. 20-Feb-1665/66
        • 7. John Sanford b. 18-Jun-1672
        • 8. Samuel Sanford+ b. 5-Oct-1677, d. 3-Sep-1738
      • 2. Samuell SANFORD b. 21-Jun-1635, d. 18-Mar-1712/13
    • 4. John WEBB b. 23 Oct 1597 in Stratford, Wawickshire, England d [aft. 1655 bef 5-Apr-1660] in Boston, Mass. md. Jane ___
      --- Immigrated to America December 7, 1636 and served 1643 as a member of artillery company in Boston.
      • 1. Hobart Webb
    • 5. Christopher WEBB b. 15 Apr 1599 in Stratford, Wawickshire, England. d 1671 in Braintree, Norfolk, Mass. Buried at Braintree, Mass. married Humility [Wheaton OR Cooper?] April 22, 1629 in Crediton, Devonshire, England. She was born 1588 in Stratford, Warwickhire, England.
      --- Immigrated to America in 1626 and settled in Braintree, Norfolk Co., Mass. **
      WILL: his will was proved 2 November 1671 and inventory valued at £109.16.10, by Saml Thompson & Joseph Adams (Suff. Prob. 8:15; Suff. VII 158-9) Linzee noted that in his will, his wife is listed as Humility Web, also son Christopher, daughter Mary Sheffield, daughter Sarah Buckmaster; inventoried on 30 October 1671.
      --- Immigration : He must have arrived in the Massachusetts Bay colony between 1634 and 1645, when he was made a Freeman, and definitely before 1653 when he is assessed for tax in Dedham, Massachusetts. Several references make a claim that Henry Webb may have been a brother to Christopher Webb or a relative. Whether this is true or not, it is clearly noted that Henry Webb arrived in Boston circa April 1637, on board a ship captained by Master John Drive “…bound from Weymouth to New England.” His entry in the passenger log states, “Henry Webb ind for himself, his wife, Mother, Child, five men and a maide (?oneoabit?) in goods ad value } 42s 7d.” In the same entry book he is also listed as transporting some goods, but the shorthand used by the author is difficult to decipher and the exact details are unclear; it appears he paid £1.7s.6d.
      --- Of interest is the discovery of a parish record from the East Tytherly, Hampshire, England showing that a “Christopher Webb,” son of Sylvester Webb, was baptized on 15 August 1601 in East Tytherly. In his will, Henry Webb, of Boston clearly states that his deceased brother John Webb lived in Tytherly, Hampshire, England. Does this clue indicate some connection between the two men? A comparison of names, places and dates associated with either Christopher Webb or Henry Webb fails to eliminate the theory that they are siblings or relatives, but only adds fuel to the fire of confusion. Neither man mentions the other in any documentation yet examined, nor do they share in business, trade property or intermarry their familes. The only real clue is the apparent coincidental appearance of each man in the same place and in the same time period. Added to this mystery is the association of both men and their families with property in Braintree, namely the lands where the failed Iron Works once stood.
      --- Occupation : He is listed as a Freeman of the Province of Massachusetts Bay in New England in May 1645. A freeman is defined as : freeman – one who is personally free, one who is not a slave or serf, subject to due process of law, etc. Only someone who was a Freeman could handle town affairs, vote, be a selectman, serve on a council, or as a member of a jury. Specifically, in reference to the Massachusetts Colony or Company, originally a freeman was a member of the Company (or who signed the Mayflower Compact), who held the right of suffrage and afterwards those that might be admitted by a majority vote of said freeman. At the start, all freeman practiced true democracy, each person having one vote on all subjects before the law, in all trials, etc. Later they acted as voters to elect representatives to the various councils and courts, which were devised to handle the growing affairs of the colony. In 1658 it was recorded, in law, that freeman must take an ‘oath of fidelity’, must not be a ‘Quaker’ or a ‘ranter’; and by 1671, a freeman was defined in the statutes, “…freemen must be twenty-one years of age, of sober and peaceable conversation, orthodox to the fundamentals of religion, and possessed of twenty pounds ratable estate in the Colony.” So upon becoming a Freeman in 1645, Christopher had to be at least twenty-one years old (closer to 45 years old), obviously he attended church regularly & followed its edicts, and he owned at least a small amount of real estate.
      ---Pattee made note of an entry in the Mass. Hist. Coll, (2nd Series, Vol6, p414), “1645 - That year twenty families petitioned the court for liberty to begin a plantation where Groton and his company had erected two or more houses at Shanamet, some point of Punhom’s land, but challenged by Mr. Brown of Plymouth as belonging to their jurisdiction.” Christopher Webb’s name was subscribed to the petition as a member of the Church of Braintree; it was also the same year that Christopher became a freeman.
      --- LAND September 1653 the Selectmen of the Town of Dedham, Massachusetts assembled to assess the taxes, “the Countrey Rate…”, and Christopher Webb is enumerated and rated : “29 of 6 mo: 1653 Assemb Joh Kingsberrie. Joh. Dwight, Lieft Fisher, Fra Chickering, Pet. Woodward, Srgt Fisher, & Ela: Lusher the Countrey Rate made (last on the list) Christo: Webb 0 5 0”
      --- --Henry Webb was a Merchant Adventurer, an overseas trader, a shipper, & an investor and commissioner of the failed Iron Works at Braintree. As it is clear that as Christopher was a member of the Church of Braintree in 1645, he must have been a resident of Braintree prior to becoming a Freeman, so it appears that there is some connection albeit merely circumstantial or coincidental without further evidence to prove one way or another. Additionally, Christopher’s son Christopher owned the land upon which the Iron Works was located, in the 1680’s, about thirty years after its failure. The Webb’s association with Braintree and the Iron Works is unusual.
      * --- The LDS has copies of the Crediton Parish Register. Crediton is in Devonshire. Volume 5, Marriages 1558 – 1785, Microfiche 40,643, M050741-917184
      -Nomina Matrimonia Copulatorum
      ---1629 April 22 Christopher Webb and Humilitie Wheaton
      -Baptizatorum Nomina
      ---(C650741-0933984) 1630 March 28 Christopher sonne of Christopher Webb
      ---(C050741-917182-0933984) 1632 June 3 Thomas sonne of Christopher Webb
      ---(C050741-917182-0933984) 1634 June 22 Sarah daughter of Christopher Webb and of Humilitie his wife
      • 1. Christopher Webb Jr., b 28 March 1630 Crediton Parish, Devonshire, England d 30 May 1694, Braintree, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay md Hannah Scott, 18 January 1654/5, Braintree, Suffolk County, Massachusetts Bay
        • 1. Christopher Webb III
      • 2. Thomas Webb b 3 June 1632 Crediton Parish, Devonshire, England md Mary ___--- Lived in Charlestown, MA
        • 1. Sarah Webb, baptized in the First Church of Charlestown, Massachusetts.
          -“1666|month 6|day 19| Sarai, ye daughter of Thomas Web & Mary his wife.
        • 2. Thomas Webb, baptized in the First Church of Charlestown, Massachusetts,
          - “1667|month 1|day 15| Thomas ye son of sister Mary Webb”
      • 3. Sarah Webb, b 22 June 1634 Crediton Parish, Devonshire, England d 27 June 1704 at Rozbury, Suffolk County, MA. md Zacariah Buckmaster (his second marriage) 7 Jan 1654/55 at Boston, Suffolk County, MA , son of Thomas Buckmaster and Margaret Cossen. b. 18-Dec-1625, d. Apr-1691 **
        --- from Boston Town records (1654/5), “Zachariah Buckmaster & Sarah Webb were married 7th 1st month by Capt. Humphrey Atharton.” Her father willed her an ‘iron kettle’.
      • 4. Mary Webb, b 1635
        ---A ‘Mary Sheffield” is listed as a daughter in Christopher Webb’s will of 1671
    • 6. Henry WEBB ** b.12 Oct 1601/2 in Stratford, Wawickshire, England. d. 7 September 1660 Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts : Probate : from Boston Town records, “Mr. Henry Webb deceased the 7th of September (1660). md. Dowsabell in England d. 28 February 1648. **
      ---Occupation: merchant, investor in the Iron Works at Braintree, involved in transatlantic trade. He was made a Freeman 13 March 1638/9. May have at one time been Constable of Boston. He had a contract with the town (a virtual monopoly with three others) to trade with the Indians, he did consign several shipments of beaver pelts and skins on a ship laden with cargo bound for England. ***several years later, a man named Richard Webb and several others in the shoe business obtained a similar contract to regulate the trade of shoes, the manufacture of which requires a great deal of leather. All the leather required had to be obtained from either domestic cattle or trapped game animals. **
      --- Henry Webb was a Merchant Adventurer, an overseas trader, a shipper, & an investor and commissioner of the failed Iron Works at Braintree.
      --- LAND 29 January 1638, Mr. Henry Webb (merchant of Boston) was granted for 10 heads, 40 acres of land in Braintree. This corresponds directly to the number of individuals he transported with himself to Boston in 1637. On 28 September 1644, eight months before Christopher was proclaimed a Freeman, Henry Webb received an additional grant of 200 acres in Braintree.
      --- Henry Webb’s ’10 heads’ are accounted for - as himself, wife, mother, daughter and six servants. They may have purchased land from, or otherwise resided, on Henry Webb’s additional grant, but records fail to indicate where they lived as early as the 1640’s. It does seem that Henry Webb lived in Boston, or had a home there. He was given permission in 1638 to purchase the home in which he was presently residing, by the selectmen of the Town of Boston; and also his choice of a garden, or a farm plot. He must have chosen the property in Braintree as his farm plot
      • 1. Margaret Webb, b. 1625 England d. 29 February 1693, md
        (1) Jacob Sheafe, September 1642 died 22 March 1658/9.
        (2) Rev. Mr. Thomas Thacher, c. 1660 .
        Margaret was admitted as a member of the First Church of Boston, 15 April 1647. She is buried in Kings Chapel, Boston, “Here lyeth inter’d the body of Mrs. Margaret Thacher formerly wife of Jacob Sheafe and late the wife of the Rev. Thomas Thacher, aetates 68. Obit 20, Feb. 1693.”
        ---Jacob Sheafe was a business partner with Henry, and one of the Selectman of Boston. **
        • 1. Elizabeth Sheafe b 1 October 1644,, Watertown, MA d 29 Aug 1718 married (1): GIBBS, Robert 7 Sep 1660 (2): CURWEN, Jonathan 20 Mar 1676 **
        • 2. Mehitable Sheafe b 28 May 1658, married Sampson Sheafe in 1679.



  • William Micajah Webb. b.9 Jan 1582, Stratford, Warwickshire, England d. July 1656 in Norwalk, Fairfield Co., CT. He married in 1602 in Wiltshire, England. Occupation. Merchant
    William WEBB came to America, with his 3 sons in 1629 and was a merchant in Norfolk VA. He originally settled at the Isle of Pines , then to Smithfield, Isles of Wrightt, then to Norfolk VA where he died. From him, styled "The Merchant of Virginia", came the great southern branch of the Webb family.
    • 1. Richard Webb, b ca 1603 Gloucestershire, Eng, m ____. SEE BELOW
    • 2. John Webb b 1604
    • 3. James Webb, b 1605 Stratford, Warwickshire, Eng.
      James moved to Richmond VA and Lucy Webb was of this branch. His place of residence for a while was Smithfield, Isle of Wight, VA. He was a renowned shipbuilder and designer.



  • Richard Webb, b ca 1603 Gloucestershire, Eng, d. Richmond, Richmond County, Virginia , married ELIZABETH GREGORY.
    --- Richard came with his father to america in 1629.**
    • 1. Captain Giles Webb, b. 1620 in Gloucestershire, England md. Judith Bland b. 1623 SEE BELOW
    • 2. James Webb, b. 1621
    • 3. Jane Webb, b. 1625
    • 4. Isaac Webb, b. 1626
    • 5. Richard Webb, b. 1629 -31 Gloucestershire,England d Sept 19 1683 1683 Gloucester,,Gloucestershire,England md Mary Hayware Holliday dau of Thomas Holliday & Edith Bannister b 1634 Painswick,,Gloucestershire,England d Gloucester,,Gloucestershire,England
      • 1. Richard Webb b 1656-03-19 or 9 Jul 1656 in Gloucester,,Gloucestershire,England d 1719 Birmingham,Chester,Pennsylvania md Elizabeth Hoopes dau of Henry Gregory & Goddie Gregory b 1663 Gloucester,,Gloucestershire,England d 1726-09-06 Birmingham,Chester,Pennsylvania **
        --- He was a Quaker minister **
        • 1. William Webb b 1684 Gloucestershire, England d 1727 Kennett, Chester Co., Pa. md Rebecca Harlan 22 JAN 1709/10 Kennett, Chester Co
        • 2. Mary Webb b Abt 1686 in Gloucestershire, England d : 1743 md 1 John Jr. Willis 2Thomas Smith 3George Brown
        • 3. Sarah Webb b Abt 1688 in Gloucestershire, England md William Dilworth
        • 4. Joseph Webb b Abt 1692 in Gloucestershire, England md Ann Willis 13 SEP 1722 Birmingham MM, Chester Co., Pa.
        • 5. Benjamin Webb b Abt 1694 in Gloucestershire, England d 1725 md Rachel Nicklin 1725
        • 6. Elizabeth Webb b Abt 1696 in Gloucestershire, England
        • 7. Esther Webb b Abt 1697 in Gloucestershire, England md Jacob Bennett 7 APR 1718
        • 8. Daniel Webb b 1704 in Kennett Twp., Chester Co., Pa. d Oct 11 1741 Kennett Twp., Chester Co., Pa. md Mary Harlan 8 SEP 1727 Kennet Mm., Chester Co., Pa.
        • 9. John Webb b Abt 1706 in Chester, Pennsylvania,
        • 10. James Webb b 1708 in Pennsylvania, d 26 Oct 1785 Lancaster Co., Pa. md 1 Martha Fleming 2Hannah Evans 3Jane Edge
    • 6. John Webb, b. 1631
    • 7. Alexander Webb, b. 1633
    • 8. William Webb, b. 1635
    • 9. Berry Webb, b. 1637



  • 1. Captain Giles Webb, b. 1620 in Gloucestershire, England d June, 1713 in Richmond Co., VA. md. Judith Bland 1643 Henrico Co., VA b. 1623 ** **
    --- Judith Bland married (1) Henry Randolph, Jr., Clerk of Henrico county. Virginia (2) Giles Webb
    --- ** REGISTER CONTAINING THE BAPTISMS MADE IN THE CHURCH OF THE FRENCH REFUGEES AT MANNIKIN-TOWN IN VIRGINIA, IN THE PARISH OF KING WILLIAM, IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD, 1721, THE 25TH MARCH. -DONE BY JAMES SOBLET, CLERK.--- In his will, which is of record in Henrico county, he mentions a brother, Thomas, and his step-son, Henry Randolph. The name Webb has been prominent in the annals of Virginia. John Webb was a patentee of land in 1624. Stephen Webb was a Burgess from James City county in October, 1644 Giles Webb was commander of a body of rangers in Henrico county in October, 1692. Calendar of State Papers of Virginia, I, 43. George Webb was elected, December 17, 1776, by the Virgima Assembly, Treasurer of Virginia, to succeed Robert Carter Nicholas, resigned.
    He came to America in 1629 on board the ship "Thomas Babe" which landed in upper Norfolk County.
    --Giles established his residence at Chuckatuck, Virginia, on the boundary of Isle of Wight and Nansemond Counties.
    --Giles was a Burgess of Nansemond County 1658-1660.
    --On December 15, 1659, Giles Webb, "of Chuckatuck", appointed Mr. William Johnson, of Piscataway, Essex County, as his attorney in Rappahannock County.
    --On the 20th of March 1660, the Assembly of James City, Virginia assumed full power of the government and appointed officers. Among the Burgesses for the Upper Norfolk was Giles Webb.
    --In 1667 he patented 681 acres on the north side of Rappahannock River, which had been assigned to him in 1653 by Toby Smith
    book: "Linkage", by Jo Smith Webb, wife of Julian Webb, of Donalsonville, Georgia, pub 1984.
    • 1. Giles Webb, b 1643 Richmond, Richmond Co., VA d 1692 in Richmond, Richmond County, Virginia married Margaret ___
    • 2. James Webb b 1645 Richmond, Richmond Co., VA d bef 17 Feb 1674/75 in Isle of Wright County, Virginia md
      (1) Nancy ___
      (2) Elizabeth Goodwin b abt 1650
      • 1 James Webb b 1666 in Isle of Wight Co., Virginia
      • 2 William Webb b 1668-75 in Smith Field Isle of Wight Va. d 1713 Orange Co VA md Mary Taberer 2 Mar 1691, Isle of Wight Co. Virginia b 1660 in Isle of Wight Co., VA daughter of Thomas Taberer
        --- Isle of Wight Deed Book 1 1688-1704 p. 223 - 17 Feb 1695...Bond of William Webb for the legacy left his wife, Mary Webb the daughter of Thomas Taberer, decd. Signed: William (X) Webb ---Wit: George Moore and Michos der Ducher **
        • 1 James Webb b. 1693
        • 2 John Webb b. 1694
        • 3 Jane Webb b. 1697
        • 4 Elizabeth Webb b. 1698
        • 5 William Warren WEBB b 1699 in Wilkes Co., NC d 1783 in Orange Co., VA buried at Old Blue Church, Isle of White, VA md Mary CRITTENDEN b: 1702 in Spotsylvania, VA
          Probate: 17 JAN 1783 Made his will, proven 28 August 1783. ****
          ** Transcript of the Will of William Warren Webb- - In the Name of God, Amen, I, William Webb of Orange County being by divine favour of sound mind and Disposing memory, do make this my last will and testament recommending my Soul to the mercy of God through the merits of my dear redeemer And my body to the earth to be buried in a decent and Christian Manner,
          -I give unto my daughter Ann Gatewood, one negro Woman named Easther and her increase to her heirs and asigns forever. Likewise a Legace of Ten pounds forever.
          -I give to my son, John Cr. Webb, Twenty pounds Current money to be discounted out of his debt due my estate Settling with my Executors hereafter mentioned. I give unto my son William Cr Webb five pounds current money forever.
          -I give to my daughter Martha Watkins five pounds forever.
          -I Give to my Grand daughter Susannah Randolph five pounds forever and one silver seal.
          -I give to my Grandson John Groom Ten pounds forever.
          -I give to my son, Richard Cr Webb one negro man named Minor to his his heirs and asigns forever.
          -All the residue of my estate both real and personal I give and devise to be equally divided amongst my Three Children or their survivors. James Cr Webb Richard Cr Webb and Sarah Groom to them their heirs and assigns forever. Never the less it is my will that my son Richard Cr Webb shall if he thinks proper Keep and enjoy my Slaves paying to my said son James and Sarah or Their heirs the proportion of the praise value.
          -I appoint my friend Thomas Barbour and son, Richard Cr Webb Executors of this my last will and Testament In witness whereunto I have set my hand and seal this seventeenth day of January one thousand Seven hundred and Eighty Three.
          -Signed and Sealed in presence of ---Rowland Thomas Robert Stubblefield ---Rowland Thomas, jr. William Thomas
          • 1 John Crittenden WEBB b: 1732 in Orange Co., VA
          • 2 Milley WEBB b: AFT 1720 in Orange Co., VA
          • 3 Sarah WEBB b: AFT 1720 in Orange Co., VA
          • 4 Ann WEBB b: 1730 in Orange Co., VA
          • 5 William Crittenden WEBB b: 1732 in Orange Co., VA
          • 6 Martha WEBB b: abt 1736 in Orange Co., VA md ___ Watkins
          • 7 Richard Crittenden WEBB b: 1736 in Orange Co., VA
          • 8 James Crittenden WEBB b: 1738 in Orange Co., VA d ABT 1805 in Morgan District, Burke Co., NC md Mary Elizabeth ___
            --- Military Revolutionary War Service
            • 1 Benjamin James WEBB b: 13 SEP 1760 in Wilkes Co., NC d 1827 in Spring Creek, Overton Co., TN buried at Old Webb Cemetery, Spring Creek, TN md Jane COFFEY abt 1787 NC b: 1768 in Amherst, VA
              --- Lived near Beaver Dam in Ashe Co., NC before removing to Overton Co., TN.
              • 1 John C. WEBB b: 30 MAY 1788 in Burke Co., NC
              • 2 Mary "Polly" WEBB b: AFT 1788 in NC
              • 3 Nancy Weel WEBB b: 1790 in NC
              • 4 Sidnea WEBB b: 21 MAR 1792 in NC
              • 5 Elizabeth WEBB b: 25 MAR 1794 in NC
              • 6 Thomas Crittenden WEBB b: 20 JUN 1798 in NC
              • 7 Elijah Clawson WEBB b: 17 JAN 1802 in Burke Co., NC
              • 8 James Crittenden WEBB b: 22 APR 1808 in NC
              • 9 Patsy WEBB b: 1810 in NC
            • 2 Mary "Polly" WEBB b: 18 DEC 1762
            • 3 Elizabeth "Betsey" WEBB b: 21 APR 1764
            • 4 James Crittenden WEBB , Jr. b: 2 NOV 1765 in NC
            • 5 William WEBB b: 27 MAR 1769
            • 6 John WEBB b: 17 JAN 1771 in NC
            • 7 Reuben WEBB b: 30 MAR 1773 in NC
            • 8 Stephen WEBB b: 23 NOV 1775 in NC
          • 9 Forrest WEBB b: 1743 in Spotsylvania Co., VA
        • 6 Edward WEBB b 1700 in Va.d. 1748 in Essex Co, Va. md Hannah WALLER abt 1740 b: 1707 in Essex Co.,Virginia d 1761 dau of Charles Waller 1675-1725 md Susannah Forrest or Carbor? 1675-1748
          • 1 William [Charles] WEBB b 21 Apr 1741 Essex county Va..d 15 Jun 1827 Henry Co Ky. md
            (1) Margaret ___ [1 ch ]
            (2) Mary ___ 1769 b. 1749 Va. d. 1793 Essex Co., Va. . He is buried at Webb Cem.,Henry Co.,Kentucky **
            • 1 Catherine Webb 25 Aug 1766 in Orange, Va d abt 1830 md
              (1) Richard Gatewood b 1748 Fayette, Ky d abt 1795 Fayette , KY
              (2) Jonah Combs
              • 1. Margaret Gatewood b abt 1793 md Joseph Thomas 1810 in Henry Co KY
              • 2 William Webb Combs 1801-1891 md Nancy Sanford.
            • 2 Robert WEBB b: ABT 1770
            • 3 William WEBB , Sr b: 1 MAY 1772 in South Farnham, Essex Co., Virginia *-*
            • 4 Sarah WEBB b: ABT 1774 in Virginia
            • 5 Waller WEBB b: 19 APR 1776 Essex Co., Virginia *-*
            • 6 Edward WEBB b: ABT 1778 in Virginia
            • 7 Mary WEBB b: ABT 1781 in Virginia *-*
            • 10 Jesse WEBB b 1783 in Virginia d young 1794 [ family bible proof] ** **
            • 8 John WEBB b: ABT 1785 in Virginia
            • 9 James WEBB b: ABT 1788 in Virginia
            • 11 Forrest Webb b. 1790 in Virginia d young 1794 [ family bible proof] ** **
          • 2 Forrest Webb SR b 5 Jul 1743 in Essex Co.,Virginia d Oct 5 1825 Fayette Co, IN md Catharine Smith b 1747 d 1831
            -- was the son of Edward Webb [proved by will.] **
            • 1 Edward Webb b: 21 Nov 1769 d 29 Jul 1851 md Elizabeth M Polly Conner 16 Aug 1792 b 14 Aug 1772 d 1825
              • 1 John Webb b Feb 26 1795 Ky d Sept 15 1825 Fayette , Indiana md Frances Conner b 1803
                • 1 Catherine Webb b March 31 1825 Fayette, Indiana d Dec 22 1908 Lafontaine, Wabash, Indiana md Timothy Green b 1821 d 1871
                  • 1 Edgar Green
                  • 2 Mary Francis Green
                  • 3 Robert Lincoln Green May 11 1860 d Jan 20 1901 md Etta harrell b 1866 d 1904
                    • 1 Lloyd Edgar Green b Feb 5 1895 d Seot 25 1970 md Charlotte June Harper b 1898 d 1946
              • 2. Forrest Webb b 1803 in KY md Clarissa H Bryant Feb 27 1823 in Fayette, Indiana b 1807 in Indiana
                --- 1850 census, Columbia Township, Fayette County, Indiana Roll 144 Pg. 277
                --- 1860 census, Columbia, Columbia Township, Fayette County, Indiana 0832
                • 1 Robert L Webb b 1835 in Columbia Township, Fayette, Indiana
                • 2 John P Webb b 1842 in Columbia Township, Fayette, Indiana
                • 3 Theodore T Webb b 1844 in Columbia Township, Fayette, Indiana
                • 4 Forrest M Webb b 1848 in Columbia Township, Fayette, Indiana
            • 2 Forrest Webb JR b. 1770 md Nancy Delaney 1806 in Burlington,Boone Co.,Kentucky
              --- came to Fayette Co.,In. by 1820 census --Forrest and Jess were on same page # 23.
              --- 1820 > INDIANA > FAYETTE > HARRISON Series: M33 Roll: 15 Page: 20 -#23
            • 3 Nancy Webb
            • 4 Ann Webb md Stephen Herd. They lived in Boone Co, Ky in 1800 - 1811.
            • 5 William Webb b 23 Feb 1778 in Boone Ky d 29 Sep 1863 in Harrison Township, Fayette Co.,Indiana md Leah Cloud Dec 17 1800 in Boone Co.,Kentucky b: 10 Jan 1776 in Front Royal,Warren,Virginia d 27 May 1868 in Fayette county,Indiana dau of William Cloud b: 1745 in fredrick Co., Virginia and Jane Jones b: 1747 in Fredrick Co.,Virginia *-* *-*
              --- 1850 Census, Indiana , Fayette Co, Harrison Township, Reel no 432-144 Pg 209b
              • 1 Calvin Webb b: 1802 in Boone Co. KY md
                (1) Mary Prine 30 Dec 1822 in Fayette Co, IN [div ] 16 Aug 1828 [2 ch ]
                (2) Eliza Tolbert 12 Sep 1830 in Fayette Co, IN b 1812 in Ky
                • 1 William Wilshire Webb b: 25 Sep 1823 in Connorsville, Fayette Co, IN
                • 2 dau Webb
              • 2 Martha Webb b: 10 Apr 1805 d 19 Jan 1870 in Bertram, Linn Co, IA md Alexander THORRINGTON 15 Apr 1827 in Lawrenceburg, Dearborn Co, IN b 1805 d 1880
                • 1 Nancy Thornington b July 4 1834 Crawfordsville, Montgomery, Indiana d Dec 23 1919 Bertram, Linn , Iowa md Robert Berry b 1828 d 1906
                  • 1 Walter H Berry b April 29 1856 Bertram, Linn , Iowa d Mary 29 1937 Cedar Rapids, Iowa md Almeda Harrison b 1857 d 1931
                    • 1 Mary Lucinda Berry b Dec 19 1894 Marion, Linn Iowa d Dec 6 1975 Marion , Linn, Iowa md Harrison B Oxley b 1890 d 1968
                      • 1 Bette Elizabeth Oxley
              • 3 Newton Webb b: 1806 md Eliza ___
              • 4 William Webb , Jr. b 1812 in Indiana md Rebecca Young 13 Dec 1840 in Fayette Co, Indiana b: 1820 in Maryland
                • 1 Charles Webb b 1842 Harrison Township, Fayette County, Indiana
                • 2 Jesse Webb b 1846 Harrison Township, Fayette Co, Indiana
                • 3 James Webb b 1849 Harrison Township, Fayette Co, Indiana
              • 5 Absalom Webb b 8 Feb 1814, Fayette, IN md Hulda Peavey BATES 14 Sept 1843 in Fayette County, Indiana b aft 1814, Rochester, NH d Indiana. dau of Simon Peavey and Mary Varney.
                --- Hulda may have married a Bates (according to Indiana marriage record 9-14-1843, Fayette Co her name was Bates) before marrying Absalom.
                --- 1880 Census Place: Richland, Jefferson, Nebraska ** **
                • 1 Helen WEBB b: 1844 Harrison Township, Fayette County, Indiana
                • 2 Emeline WEBB b: 1846 Harrison Township, Fayette Co, Indiana
                • 3 F. Garrison WEBB b 1849 Harrison Township, Fayette Co Indiana
                • 4 Aurilla Ann Webb, b 5 Aug 1853, Connersville, Fayette Co In d 7 Jun 1934 Brookfield, Linn Co MO md Thomas Joshua Morton.15 Sep 1867 Doughlas County IL
              • 6 Lewis Dewes Webb b: 1819 in Indiana d : 4 AUG 1892 in Mountain Spring, Butte County, California md
                (1) Nancy E. WOLFE 11 Feb 1841 in Fayette County, Indiana [3 ch] b: 1829 in Kentucky
                (2) Sarah GEORGE bef 1854 in Nevada County, California [1 ch] b: 1810 in Indiana
                --- Left Indiana for the California gold fields.
                --- 1860 census, North San Juan, Bridgeport Township, Nevada County, California Roll 61 Pg. 481
                --- 1880 census, Mountain Spring, Butte County, California Roll 63 Pg. 229
                • 1 Marion WEBB b: 1842 in Harrison Township, Fayette Co, Indiana
                • 2 Albert WEBB b: 1844 in Harrison Township, Fayette Co, Indiana
                • 3 David WEBB b: 1846 in Harrison Township, Fayette Co, Indiana
                • 4 Laura Emeria WEBB b: 1854 in Bridgeport Township, Nevada County, California
              • 7 Edward Webb b 1823 in Indiana md Maria ___ b 1830 Maryland
                • 1 Amanda Webb b 1847
                • 2 Miner Webb b 1849
              • 8 Sarah Webb b: Apr 1824 in Fayette Co, Indiana d May 1891 in Douglas Co, Illinois ; buried Broadus cemetery,Douglas Co, Illinois
              • 9 Jane Webb
              • 10 Catharine Webb
              • 11 Nancy Webb
              • 12 James Webb b 1831
            • 6 Hannah Webb b 1780
            • 7 Jesse Webb b October 17, 1785 in Abbeville District, SC d: September 26/28, 1875 in Frankton, Madison County, Indiana md Francis "Fanny" HACKLEMAN 11 Mar 1813 in Harrison, Hamilton Co, OH, b May 12, 1793 in Abbeville District, South Carolina d: March 24, 1876 in Frankton, Madison County, Indiana. dau of [Jacob HACKLEMAN (b.7/16/1752-MD) & Mary OSBORN(E) (b.6/25/1754-MD)] **_** **_**
              --- 1820 > INDIANA > FAYETTE > HARRISON Series: M33 Roll: 15 Page: 20 -#23
              • 1 Absolom Webb b Feb 8, 1814. md Hulda Peavy
              • 2 Mary Webb b 4 May 1815 in Fayette Co, IN md. Samuel Pava
              • 3 Catherine Webb b 31 March 31, 1817. md Richard Dernam
              • 4 Elizabeth Webb b 4 Jul 1819 IN d bef 1880 md Samuel Pavy? Jan 8, 1833 b abt 1807 Ohio
              • 5 Minor Webb b 29 June 1821 in Fayette Co, IN md
                (1) America Smelser in Fayette Co Indiana b 1826 d 1855
                (2) Sarah A ___ 1860 in Madison Co, IN, b 1835 VA
                • 1 Ellmina Webb b 1850
                • 2 Marshall Webb b 1853
                • 3 Ella Webb b 1855
                • 4 Lewis Webb b 1861 in Indiana
                • 5 Jesse Webb b 1863 in Indiana
                • 6 William Webb b 1865 in Indiana
                • 7 Murtie Webb b Feb 1880 in Indiana
              • 6 Edward Webb b Nov 1, 1823 in Fayette Co, IN d 1908 Dancille, Vermilion Co , ILL
              • 7 Alfred Webb b April 25, 1826 d June 22, 1827
              • 8 Nancy Webb b 25 May 1823 in IN d April 1, 1830
            • 8 John Webb
          • 3 Jesse Webb b 1745 in Essex Co.,Virginia
          • 4 Mary Webb
          • 5 Sarah Webb
      • 3 Martha Webb b: 1670 in Smith Field, Isle of Wight Co., Virginia
      • 4 Giles Webb b: BEF FEB 1673/74
      • 5 Richard Webb b: BEF FEB 1673/74
      • 6 Elizabeth Webb b: BEF FEB 1673/74 b: in Smith Field, Isle of Wight Co., Virginia
      • 7 Patience Webb b: BEF FEB 1673/74
    • 3.Isaac Webb, b 1647, Richmond, Richmond Co., VA md Mary Bedwell SEE BELOW
    • 4. John William Webb b 1649 Richmond, Richmond Co., Va Died: 1694 md Mary Sanford/Samford 14 Jul 1673 in Richmond Co., VA; b. 1650 in Richmond Co., VA.d/o James Samford and Mary
      • 1. James Webb, Born: 9 Aug 1673, Richmond, Richmond Co., VA Died: After 30 Nov 1716, Southfarnum Parish, Essex Co., Va married Sarah ____. born [1675] in VA and died in Southfarnum Parish, Essex Co. VA. **
        • 1. John Webb Born: 1700, Essex Co, Virginia Died: 1767 md. Jane Coche Smith **
          • 1. Elizabeth Webb, b. 1737 md James Edmondson **
          • 2. Catherine Webb md ___Peachey
            • 1. William Peachey
          • 3. John Webb --
          • 4. Isaac Webb --
          • 5. Anne Webb --
          • 6. Sally Webb --
          • 7. Mary Webb--
        • 2. Catherine Webb--
        • 3. Mercy Webb b 1708n Essex Co , VA d 1749 in Spotsylvania County VA md Henry CHILES 1729 in Essex County , VA b 1703 New Kent County , VA
          --- He married Susanna Dicken/s in Spotsylvania County Virginia , 1749. Henry died July 1763 in Spotsylvania County Virginia , at 60 years of age.
          --- Susanna Dicken/s was m. 1st to John Graves,
          Thanks to distant cuzin Grace for sharing Mercy Webb line information. Her lines are ~~~~
          • 1. Anne CHILES b 1730 Caroline County , Virginia circa 1730. d 1761 in Albemarle County , Virginia . md John WARD in Caroline County , Virginia , circa 1745. born in Albemarle County , Virginia circa 1720. He married Sarah CLARK in Bedford County , Virginia , 17 December 1766. John died 1816 in Campbell County , Virginia , at 96 years of age. Anne CHILES and John WARD had the following children:
            • 1. Anne WARD was born in Albemarle County , Virginia circa 1745. She married Christopher LYNCH in Albemarle County , Virginia , circa 1765. Christopher was born circa 1740. Christopher was the son of Charles LYNCH and Sarah CLARK.
            • 1. Agatha WARD was born in Albemarle County , Virginia circa 1747. She married John CALLOWAY in Pittsylvania County , Virginia , circa 1767. John was born circa 1742.
            • 1. William WARD was born in 'The Mansion', Campbell County , Virginia 1749. William died circa 1781 in Campbell County , Virginia . He married Mildred ADAMS in Virginia , circa 1772. Mildred was born in Albemarle County , Virginia circa 1756. Mildred was the daughter of Robert ADAMS Jr and Penelope LYNCH. She married Mr. WEBB in Campbell County , Virginia , circa 1783.
            • 1. Henry WARD was born in Albemarle County , Virginia 5 April 1751. Henry died 12 April 1823 in 'Mansion', Bedford County , Virginia , at 72 years of age. He married Martha BARBOUR circa 1776. Martha was born circa 1756.
            • 1. Thomas WARD was born in Albemarle County , Virginia circa 1755. He married Mildred WALDEN in Pittsylvania County , Virginia , circa 1778. Mildred was born circa 1758.
            • 1. Jeremiah WARD was born in Albemarle County , Virginia circa 1757. Jeremiah died in Texas .
            • 1. John WARD Jr was born in Albemarle County , Virginia circa 1759. John died in 'Sulphur Springs, ' Bedford County , Virginia .
          • 1. Henry CHILES II was born in Spotsylvania County Virginia circa 1731. Henry died June 1805 in Caroline County , Virginia , at 73 years of age.
          • 1. John CHILES was born in Spotsylvania County Virginia circa 1733. John died after 1763. He married Mary Ann WHITE circa 1758. Mary was born circa 1743. Mary was the daughter of Thomas WHITE and Elizabeth LEA.
          • 1. James CHILES, Sr was born in St George Parish, Spotsy Co VA 1735. James died 1784 in Abbeville , South Carolina , at 49 years of age. He married Jemima GRAVES in Spotsylvania County Virginia , circa 1761. Jemima was born in Spotsylvania County Virginia 21 March 1743. Jemima was the daughter of John GRAVES Jr and Susanna DICKEN. James's will was probated in Abbeville , South Carolina , 15 June 1784.
          • 1. William CHILES was born in Spotsylvania County Virginia 1736. William died 1804 in South Carolina , at 68 years of age. He married twice. He married Agnes WHITE in Spotsylvania County Virginia , 1760. Agnes was born in Spotsylvania County Virginia circa 1741. Agnes was the daughter of Thomas WHITE and Elizabeth LEA. He married Tabitha WHITE in Spotsylvania County Virginia , 1787. Tabitha was born 1746. Tabitha was the daughter of Thomas WHITE and Elizabeth LEA.
          • 1. Susanna CHILES was born circa 1740. 7. Susanna2 CHILES (Mercy1 WEBB) was born in Caroline County , Virginia circa 1740. Susanna died January 1817 in Lexington , Fayette County , Kentucky , at 76 years of age. She married Thomas HALEY in Caroline County , Virginia , circa 1758. Thomas was born in King William County , Virginia circa 1725. Thomas was the son of Edward HALEY and Catherine UNKNOWN. Thomas died 1764 in Spotsylvania County Virginia , at 39 years of age. Susanna's will was probated in Lexington , Fayette County , Kentucky , February 1817. Susanna CHILES and Thomas HALEY had the following children:
            • 1. Reuben3 HALEY was born in Caroline County , Virginia circa 1761. Reuben died 1790 in Berkley County , Virginia , at 29 years of age.
            • 1. Larkin HALEY was born in Spotsylvania County Virginia circa 1763.
            • 1. Catherine HALEY was born in Spotsylvania County Virginia circa 1765.
          • 1. Walter CHILES was born in Spotsylvania County Virginia 1742. Walter died 1808
        • 4. James William Webb Sr b 5 Dec 1705, Essex Co., VA d 11 Apr 1771 [age 75 years the 5th December past] md Mary Edmondson 20 Feb 1731 Essex Co., VA b 1713 in VA d 1795 dau of Benjamin Edmundson & Margaret __
          --- Occupation. Planter ** **

          • 1. William Web b Feb 10 1732 d 20 March 1732 **
          • 2. James Webb Jr b 2 Jul 1734 Essex Co, Va d [will date Aug 20 1773] Essex Co, Va md. Mary Smith ** **
            --- James was a Justice of the Peace of Essex County and a signer of the Association of the Northern Neck in oppostion to the Stamp Act, February 27, 1766. He had an interest in several grist mills on Piscataway Creek, near Tappahannock, Essex County. James began construction of a home called "Mount Prospect" on a hill overlooking Piscataway Creek. This place was about "100 yards from the road leading from Tappahannock to Urbanna in Middlesex Co., five miles from the former place, about one fourth of a mile from Piscataway Creek, and three miles from Rappahannock river, with a beautiful view of the winding of the Creek, to where it entered the river with a view of the river for five miles. Yet with all it beauty it was considered very sickly. My grandfather, grandmother, three brothers and two sisters are all deposited in the family graveyard about 108 yards from the first settlement my grandfather made on the place" (MSS. of John Webb, grandson of James Webb III). **
            Will : In the Name of God Amen. I James Webb of the Parish of Southfarnham in the County of Essex being of disposing mind and memory, thanks be to almight God for the same do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner following to wit:
            First: I recommend my soul to Almighty God that gave it and my body to the earth to be buried in such decent and Christian Like manner as my executors shall think fit, And as touching such worldly goods as it hath pleased God to bless me with I dispose thereof in manner following Imprimis my will is that if my executors shall hereafter think it necessary either for the payment of my debts, the education of my children, or to raise money for any other purpose for the benefit of my estate, that they make sale of my moiety (?) of the schooner Brothers together with her riging &c and such part of my personal estate as they shall think proper.
            ITEM I lend unto my beloved wife Mary Webb during the minority of my children or their marrying my whole estate both real and personal, she continuing sole and main taining and educating the children according to the profits of the estate subject to the childrens receiving the parts which I shall hereinafter give them upon their arriving to lawful age or marrying but if shel shall marry or chose at any time to have any certain part of my estte to herself then my will is that she shall have one third part of the land and plantation whereon I now live and interest in Piscataway Mills and an equal part of the slaves and personal estate with the children (excepting those negroes which I shall hereafter give to my son Francis Webb) during her natural life allotted to her by gentlemen.
            ITEM I give and bequeath unto my son Francis Webb the land and plantation whereon I now live and my moiety (?) of Piscataway Mills (reserving to his mother as aforesaid) and my moiety (?) of three negroes to wit: Baker Robin, Scipio and Emanuel also an equal part with my other children of my personal estate (negroes excepted) to him and their heirs forever he paying unto his brothers William and George Webb two hundred pounds current money each when they shall respectively arrive to lawfull age and it is my will that he shall live in the house with his mother and work any negroes that he may have in common with hers, provided there be ground sufficient for them both and not oitherwise and receive and enjoy two parts in three of Piscataway Mills and receive his part of the personal estate upon arriving to lawful age. But in case my said son Francis shall refuse to pay his brothers William and George the sum of two hundred pounds each as aforesaid then I give the said mills to my said sons William and George Webb in the same manner as devised to my son Francis Webb.
            ITEM I give and bequeath unto my son James Webb my land and plantation called Faulkners and Water grist mill thereto adjoining to him and his heirs forever.
            ITEM I give unto my daughter Lucy Webb my negro girl Winney daughter of Lott to her and her heirs forever.
            ITEM, all the rest and remainder of my estate not already disposed of I give to be equally divided among my sons James William and George and daughters Lucy, Mary and Jane Meriwether Webb and if my wife should be with child, the child she now goes with to them and their heirs forever.
            It is my will that as my children arrive to lawful age or marry they shall receive their parts of my estate according to the value of it as it then stands to be allotted to them by gentlemen and that the expenses of schooling (and board when it is necessay to pay for boarding them) shall be borne by the whole estate that is those children who are grown up and received their parts shall pay a proportionable part with the others out of their own Estates towards it for the education of the younger children. And it is my will also that if the profits of the estate shall not be sufficient for educating my children that the principal may be gone upon for that purpose, having regard to that which can be most conveniently spared.
            Lastly I do appoint my beloved wife Mary Webb Executrix my brother Thomas Webb and Mr. William Smith executors of this my last will and testament also guardians to my children. In testimony whereof I hav hereunto set my hand and seal this 20" day of august in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy three. James Webb (Seal)
            • 1. Francis Webb, b. 1759 in Mount Prospect Plantation, Essex Co, Va md. Frances Walker, d. 1811
              • 1. John Webb, b. Essex Co. Va. 3/20/1794, md Ann Thomason March, d. 1870
                • 1. Julia Ann Webb, b. Wilkes co. 2/5/1820, md. Elbert Hillard Gay, d.1900
                  • 1. John Webb Sherrod Gay, b. 3/19/1839 Newton Co. Ga. md Epsie Elaphair d.1877
                    • 1. John Elbert Gay, b. 9/10/1877, md. Alice Flora Pitts, d. 1950
                      • 1. Olin Robert Gay, b. 3/28/08 md. Lillian McLean,
                        • 1. Olin Robert Gay Jr., b. 11/20/40 md. Jan Jernigan
                          • 1. John Fontaine Gay b. 1963 md. Ann Kemper Vest **
            • 2. James Webb, b. 1762 in Essex Co, Va
            • 3. William Webb, b. in Essex Co, Va
            • 4. Mary Webb, b. in Essex Co, Va
            • 5. George Webb, b. in Essex Coy, Va
            • 6. Lucy Webb, b. in Essex Coy, Va
            • 7. Jane Meriwether Webb, b. in Essex Co, Va
          • 3. Mary Webb, b. 4 Oct 1736 in Essex Co, Va d. 6 Sep 1739 in Essex Co, Va **
          • 4. John Webb, b. 7 Apr 1739 in Essex County, Virginia d. 20 Sep 1740 in Essex Co, Va **
          • 5. Mary Webb b 18 Oct 1740 in Essex Co, Va d 20 Nov 1827 in Granville Co, NC md Samuel Smith May 1761 in Essex Co, Va, b.NC ** **
            • 1. Anne Smith, b. 9 May 1762 in Sussex Co, Va
            • 2. Mary Smith, b. 18 Sep 1763 in Sussex Co, Va
            • 3. Samuel Smith, b. ABT. 1765 in Sussex Co, Va
            • 4. Elizabeth Smith, b. 7 Apr 1767 in Granville Co, NC
            • 5. Jane Smith, b. 7 Oct 1768 in Granville Co, NC
            • 6. James Webb Smith, b. 18 May 1770 in Granville Co, NC
            • 7. William Smith, b. 2 Jun 1774 in Granville Co, NC
            • 8. Maurice Smith, b. 6 May 1776 in Granville Co, NC
            • 9. Thomas Smith, b. 9 Feb 1779 in Granville Co, NC
            • 10. Alexander Smith, b. 11 Feb 1781 in Granville Co, NC
          • 6. John Webb, b. 2 Apr 1743 in Essex County, Virginia d. 7 Aug 1745 in Essex County, Virginia **
          • 7. William Webb, b. 1 May 1745 in Essex Co, Va d. 11 Apr 1809 in Tally-Ho, Granville County, NC md. Frances Young 1 May 1771 in Essex Co, Va b. 1 May 1751 in Essex Co, Va **
            William was born May 1, 1745 and married Frances Young in Essex County, Virginia May 1, 1771 and moved to North Carolina and settled at Tallyho, Granville County in 1776, where he died April 11, 1809. His old homestead has always remained in possession of the family, and is now owned and occupied by his grandson, John H. Webb. Here he engaged in tobacco planting, but in the latter part of his life he gave up his planting interest to his sons and devoted himself to benevolent work. He was an Elder in the presbyterian church and gave most of his time to the relief of the poor in two neighboring churches, relieving their wants, giving medical aid and medicines to the sick, and administering spiritual comfort to the doubting. (Written by Dr. Robert Dickins Webb in 1894)**
            • 1. Rachel Webb, b. 25 Apr 1772 in Tally-Ho, Granville County, North Carolina Died: in Davies County, Kentucky md Mark Howard, b. 15 Jun 1765 in Oxyford, Granville County, North Carolina
              --- The account of this branch of the Webb family was written by Mr. Hansford, a connection of the family, in 1888. "Mark Howard, the ancestor of this family, was born in North Carolina, where he married miss Rachel Webb, oldest child of William Webb and Frances Young. While yet young he left North Carolina to seek a new home in Kentucky, taking with him his faithful servent "Squire", who was a pure African (both his father and mother having been kidnapped in Africa, and brought to North Carolina). They walked the entire way to Kentucky and after selecting land for a home, walked back to North Carolina". "At the time he emigrated to Kentucky, He had six children. After they moved to Kentucky, eight more were born, making a total of fourteen children. They settled on Green River, in what was then Ohio County, but later became Daviess County". "He was a staunch baptist, and joined the Beaver Dam Church. All his children lived to adult age and were married, and with a single exception lived within a five or six mile radius of Greenbriar Church, which Mr. Howard joined in 1820. All of them are now dead except Mrs. Hannah Johnson, who is 94 or 95 years old and Samuel and John Howard who live at Sivia, McLean County". Additional information found on page 191 of the Oswald Jett book "Hancock County, Kentucky when it was frontier country". Mark Howard is the Royal link originating as HAYWORDS in England. Mark came from North Carolina. **
              • Their 14 children **
            • 2. Dr James Webb, b. 20 Feb 1774 in Tally-Ho, Granville County, NC d. May 1853 in Hillsborough, Orange County, North Carolina md Annie Alves Huske, b. 30 Jan 1785 in NC
              ---After attending medical lectures at the University of Pennyslvania, James settled in Hillsboro, North Carolina where he practiced medicine for 50 years with great success. He was a man of noble character, firm, decided and unyielding integrity and honesty of purpose. He was noted in his profession, and respected and loved by all who knew him.
              • 1.Dr Henry Webb, b. 9 Jun 1808 in Hillsborough, Orange County, NC d. 1878 in Gadsen, Alabama md Maria Dickson, b. in Greensboro, Alabama
                --- Henry Webb left North Carolina as a young man and went to near Greensboro Alabama where married Maria Dickson and commenced life as a farmer. He soon abandoned farming and returned to North Carolina where he studied medicine with his father. He then returned to Alabama and practiced medicine for the remainder of his productive years. He died at the home of his daughter, Mrs Annie Webb Tollman in Gadsden, Alabama at the age of 70.
                • 1. Joseph Webb, b. in Gadsen, Alabama d. in Texas md ___ Joseph was a Colonel in the Confederate army and moved to texas after the war.
                  • 1. Annie Webb
                  • 2. Ellen Webb
                • 2. Annie Webb, b. in Gadsen, Alabama d. 1891 in Gadsen, Al
                • 3. Ellen Webb, b. in Gadsen, Alabama md ___ md ___ Tollman in Gadsden, Alabama
                  --- In 1894 she was a widow.
              • 2. Frances Helen Webb, b. 13 Jan 1810 in Hillsborough, Orange County, NC d. 1888 in Charolette, NC , at the home of her son in law, General Rufus Barringer in Charolotte, NC md Osmond F. Long, b. in Randolph County, NC
                • Their Children: **
              • 3. Elizabeth Webb, b. 13 Mar 1812 in Hillsborough, Orange County, NC d 18 Sep 1894 in Demopolis, Alabama md
                (1) William Francis Strudwick, b. 19 Jun 1810 in Hillsborough, Orange County, NC
                (2) ____ 2 Jun 1831 in Hillsborough, Orange County, NC
                • 1. William Francis. Strudwick JR , b. 1833 in Marengo Co, Alabama d. 1893 in Demopolis, Alabama
              • 4. Annie Webb, b. 22 Jul 1814 in Hillsborough, Orange Co, NC d. 28 Aug 1850 md Dr Michael W. Holt, b. 11 Apr 1811 Alamance Co, NC d. 16 May 1858. They are buried at HILLSBOROUGH OLD TOWN CEMETERY (Broken Pitcher And Bowl On Tombstone of Dr Michael Holt)
                • Their Children: ** **
              • 5. James Webb, b. 25 Oct 1816 in Hillsborough, Orange Co, NC
              • 6. William Webb, b. ABT. 1818 in Hillsboro, Orange Co, NC
              • 7. John Huske Webb, b. 2 Jan 1820 in Hillsboro, Orange Co, NC d 1 Feb 1897 buried at Hillsborough Old Town Cemetery, Hillsboro, Orange Co, NC
              • 8. Mary Webb, b. 30 Jan 1823 in Hillsboro, Orange Co, NC
              • 9. William Webb, b. 6 Sep 1825 in Hillsborough, Orange Co, NC
              • 10. Thomas H. Webb SR b. 2 Nov 1827 Hillsborough, Orange Co, NC
            • 3. William S. Webb, b. 2 Feb 1776 in Tally-Ho, Granville County, NC
            • 4. John Webb, b. 26 Jan 1778 in Tally-Ho, Granville County, NC
            • 5. Thomas Webb, b. 22 Oct 1779 in Tally-Ho, Granville County, NC
            • 6. Mary E. Webb, b. 18 Jan 1782 in Tally-Ho, Granville County, NC
            • 7. Henry Young Webb, b. 14 Aug 1784 in Tally-Ho, Granville County, NC
            • 8. Frances Webb, b. 5 Dec 1786 in Tally-Ho, Granville County, NC
            • 9. Samuel Smith Webb, b. 1 May 1791 in Tally-Ho, Granville County, NC
          • 8. John Webb, b. 18 Jan 1747/8 in Essex Co, Va d. 29 Aug 1826 in Grassy Creek, NC md. Amy Booker, b. 27 Aug 1752 in Dinwiddie Co, Va 1772 in Essex Co, Va. ** **
            • 1. Elizabeth Webb, b. 4 Mar 1773 Grassy Creek, NC md 7 Jan 1794 NC, Thomas Owen, b. 10 Oct 1776 in Grangeville Co, NC **
              • 1. Harriet Owen, b. 1 Oct 1794
              • 2. James Owen, b. 10 Jul 1796
              • 3. Mary Webb Owen, b. 13 Jan 1798
              • 4. Ann Booker Owen, b. 23 Apr 1804
              • 5. Elizabeth Hewlett Owen, b. 21 Sep 1805
              • 6. Amy Owen, b. 23 Jan 1809
              • 7. Isabel Edmondson Owen, b. 10 Apr 1811
              • 8. Fanny Owen
            • 2. Thomas Webb, b. 26 Dec 1776 Grassy Creek, NC md Martha Smith, b. in Person Co, NC
              --- Thomas was a merchant and farmer, serving eleven sessions in the legislature of NC **
              • 1. William Webb, b. in Person County, North Carolina md Patsy Tharp, b. in Granville Co, NC
                • 1. William Presley Webb, b. Person Co, NC d. in Louisberg, NC md
                  (1) Martha Ann Amy Webb dau of ___ and ___
                  (2) Emma C. Mayes, b. in Virginia
                  --- William Presley was a wealthy banker at Louisberg, North Carolina.**
                  • 1. Percy Webb, b. in Louisberg, North Carolina
                  • 2. Camilla Webb, b. in Louisberg, North Carolina
                  • 3. Annie Webb, b. in Louisberg, North Carolina
                  • 4. Susie Webb, b. in Louisberg, North Carolina
                  • 5. James Webb, b. in Louisberg, North Carolina
                  • 6. Presley Webb, b. in Louisberg, North Carolina
                • 2. Robert Thomas Webb, b. in Person County, North Carolina d. in Mechlinburg Co, NC md
                  (1) Betty Brodin
                  (2) Mag Miller
                  --- Robert Thomas was an eminent physician in Mecklinburg County, North Carolina. Robert had 4 children by each of his two wives, names unknown.
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              • 2.Presley Webb, b. in Person County, NC died in early manhood.
              • 3.Lewis Webb, b. in Person County, NC ** Lewis was a wealthy merchant in Richmond, Virginia
              • 4.Eliza Webb, b. in Person County, NC md __ Teller, b. in Person County, NC
              • 5.Mary Webb, b. in Person County, NC md __ Bradshaw, b. in Person County, North Carolina
              • 6.Elizabeth Webb, b. in Person County, NC
              • 7.Ann Webb, b. in Person County, NC
            • 3. William Webb, b. 17 Oct 1778 Grassy Creek, NC md
              (1) Elizabeth Pulliam
              (2) Fanny Love
            • 4. James Webb, b. 17 Nov 1779 Grassy Creek, NC md Anne Hunt Smith
              • 1. Samuel Maurice Webb, b. 11 Oct 1819 d. 1873 md Elizabeth S. Webb, b. 20 Dec 1826 in Williamson C, TN dau of ___ and ___
              • 2. Robert Clark Webb, b. 20 Aug 1824
            • 5. Mary Webb, b. 22 Jun 1782 Grassy Creek, NC md James Webb Smith
            • 6. John Webb, b. 1 Apr 1786 Grassy Creek, NC d. in Breckinridge County, Kentucky md Mary Moorman, b. in Virginia
              • 1. William Hayden Webb, b. 1817-1822 in Breckinridge County, Kentucky d. 1892 in Louisville, Kentucky
                NOTE: When William died, he left a widow and a Daughter. The daughter was a Mrs. Graham of Louisville, Kentucky.
              • 2. John S. Webb, b. in Breckinridge County, Ky md. Ann Elizabeth Moorman, b. in Louisville, Breckinridge County, Ky
                • 1. Betty Webb, b. 1800 in Breckinridge County, Ky
              • 3. Mary Webb, b. in Breckinridge County, Kentucky
            • 7. Lewis Webb, b. 18 Jul 1789 Grassy Creek, NC md Anne Nutall
            • 8. Isaac Webb, b. 29 Dec 1790 Grassy Creek, NC md Harriet P. Dickins
            • 9. Amy Webb, b. 31 Aug 1792 Grassy Creek, NC md Maurice Smith, b. 6 May 1776 in Granville County, North Carolina
              • 1. James Alexander Smith, b. in North Carolina
              • 2.Thomas Maurice Smith, b. in North Carolina
            • 10. Anne Webb, b. 24 Jun 1794 Grassy Creek, NC d. in Tally-Ho, Granville County, North Carolina md John F. Patillo
              • their children **
            • 11. Susan Webb, b. 4 Oct 1796 Grassy Creek, NC
          • 9. Thomas Webb, b. 27 Feb 1751 in Essex Co, Va d. Oct 1783 in St. Thomas, West Indies buried Dover England) - [never married]
            --- In 1776 Thomas went to the West Indies and engaged in merchandising and amassed a large fortune. **
          • 10. Elizabeth Webb, b. 30 Jun 1754 ** Essex Co, Va md.
            (1) Phillip Vass
            (2) Thomas Shapard, b.Granville Co, NC **
      • 2. John Webb Jr. b 1674, Richmond Va. d 1721 Northampton VA.
        • 1 Jonas Webb was b 1700 in Northampton Va d after 19 July 1748, Sussex county, Delaware md Ann Mills dau of Edward Mills and Agnes Moore
          • 1 Jonas Webb Jr. b 1725 Sussex Co Delaware d 1881/2 Harrison co Va. md
            (1) Elizabeth Moore
            (2) Elizabeth Nutter
            • 1 Thomas Webb b 1755 Cedar Creek Hundred, Sussex Co Delaware d Nov 1820, Harrison co VA. md Sarah Jane Winter abt.1799, Monogalia coy Va.
              • 1 Elizabeth Webb md Shadrack Johnson 25 Oct 1799 at Harrison Co., WV
                • 1 John Johnson
                  • 1 Malissa T. Johnson
                    • 1 John Benjamin Trissell md Rosetta Ann Petrie
                      • 1 Frances Ellen Trissell md Walter Elmer Baxter **
                        • 1 Nellie Irene Baxter b Stafford, Kansas md Clyde Elmo Fillerman b Quincy, Illinois, son of Elmer Fillerman born and raised in quincy,illinois,
              • 2 David Webb b 9 Feb 1792, Harrison co Va d 14 May 1887 Esmen Twp., Livingston co Illinois. md
                (1) Charity Patton, 21 Dec 1813, Harrison co Va.
                (2) Catherine Louden, 28 Dec 1857, Harrison co Va.
                • 1 Aaron Webb b 18 Feb 1825, Harrison co Va d 1 Aug 1910,Cornell, Livingston co Illinois md Ellen Hawkins, Harrison co Va.
                  • 1 William Bruce Webb b 1 Sept 1862, Harrison co WV. d 12 Sept 1912 in Springfield, Sagamon co Illinois. md Etta Lou Oakes, 1 Mar 1883, Cornell, Livingston co Illinois.
                    • 1 Seth Calvin Webb b 11 Dec 1896, Eddyville, Dawson co Neb d 16 Feb 1962, Silvis, Rock Island co Illinois. md
                      (1) Rebecca Adra Holcomb, 7 June 1917, Streator, LaSalle co Illinois.
                      (2) Sadie Jones.
                      • 1 Cleta Buryle Webb b 12 Dec 1920, Ferris, Hancock co Illinois. md
                        (1) Jack McLane, 31 Dec 1938, Burlington, Des Moines Iowa.
                        (2) Kenneth Lucas, 6 Feb 1949, East Moline, Rock Island co Illinois.
                        • 1 Judith Ann McLane b 17 Sept 1940, Burlington, Des Moines Iowa. md Richard DeGraeve, 3 Dec 1960, East Moline, Rock Island co Illinois.
                          • 1 Jill DeGraeve b 1964, Moline, Rock Island co Illinois md
                            (1) Virgil Jones, 1985, Hampton, Rock Island co Illinois.
                            (2) James F. Cruse, 1988, Davenport, Scott co Iowa. **
        • 2 John D. WEBB b: 1705 d abt 1781, Wilkes County, GA, Now Elbert Co, GA/Wilkes Co., GA md Martha "Peggy" Claiborne b: 1705 dau of (Captain) Thomas Claiborne and Ann Fox
          • 1 Lucy Webb b 1731 New Kent County, VA d 1808 Green Co., GA md Nathaniel BARNETT 1757, VA b 1729, Amherst County, VA d 1805, Green County, VA **
            • 1 Nathan Barnett II
            • 2 Mial J Barnett
            • 3 John Franklin Barnett
            • 4 Claiborne Barnett
            • 5 William Barnett
            • 6 Leonard Barnett b 1773 d 1828 md Nancy STATHAM b abt 1778
              • 1 Lucy Webb BARNETT b: 14 Jan 1798 d 13 March 1857 md Jesse JOHNSON b: 28 April 1795
                • 1 Samuel Ealy JOHNSON b 12 Nov 1838 d 25 Feb 1915 md Elizabeth C. BUNTON b: 24 JUN 1849
                  • 1 Samuel Ealy JOHNSON b: 11 OCT 1877 d 22 OCT 1937 md Rebekah BAINES b: 26 JUN 1881
                    • 1 Lyndon Baines JOHNSON b: 27 AUG 1908 in Stonewall, Gillespie Co., TX d 22 JAN 1973 in LBJ Ranch, Johnson City, TX
                      --- Lyndon Baines Johnson (August 27, 1908 – January 22, 1973), often referred to as LBJ, was the 36th President of the United States (1963–1969). After serving a long career in the U.S. Congress, Johnson became the 37th Vice President; in 1963, he succeeded to the presidency following President John F. Kennedy's assassination. He was a major leader of the Democratic Party . He was elected President in his own right in a landslide in 1964. Johnson was renowned for his domineering personality and arm twisting of powerful politicians. His long-term legacy is hard to judge, as advances he made in civil rights and his powerful "Great Society" were offset by the Vietnam War.
          • 2 Mary Webb b ABT. 1749, VA d 1829, Franklin Co. GA md Richard Bellamy
            Drew land lottery as wife of Revolutionary soldier
            • 1 Elizabeth Betsy Bellamy
            • 2 Eliza Bellamy
            • 3 Susannah Bellamy
            • 4 John Bellamy
            • 5 Claiborne Bellamy
          • 3 William Webb b 1753, VA d 1822, Elbert Co. GA
          • 4 Austin Webb b. 14 Feb 1757 Albemarle Co., Va, d.31 Jul 1839 Walton Co., Ga, married Ailsey Waters April 1783 Elbert (then Wilkes) Co, Ga, b. 1768, possibly in (SC) d.1849 Walton Co., Ga, d/o Matthew Waters, b.abt. 1730 SC and ___
            • 1 Barbara Webb
            • 2 James T. Webb
            • 3 Wiley W. Webb
            • 4 William Austin Webb
            • 5 John B. Webb
            • 6 Burrell Webb
            • 7 Martha Webb
            • 8 Archibald Webb
            • 9 Charlotte Webb
          • 5 Claiborne Webb b 1760, VA d 22 Jul 1813, Elbert County, GA. md Margaret Deadwyler 1785 **
            • 1 Abner Webb
            • 2 Elvina Webb
            • 3 Martha P. Webb
            • 4 John Claiborne Webb
            • 5 Margaret Avarilla Webb
            • 6 William C. Webb
            • 7 Milton Pope Webb
            • 8 Elijah W. Webb
          • 6 John Burrell Webb b 24 Apr 1761, VA d 17 Sep 1841, Newton County, GA. md Susan Ann Boothe **
            • 1 Urbin A. Webb
            • 2 Fortunatus Webb
            • 3 John Burrell Webb II
            • 4 Walton Polk Webb
            • 5 John A. Webb
            • 6 Barbara Webb
            • 7 Gains L. Webb
          • 7 Martha Webb b abt 1762 md Bridger Hainey
          • 8 Sarah Webb b 19 Dec 1767, Albemarle Parish, VA d GA md Zachariah Colley **
            • 1 Edward Colley
            • 2 Zachariah Colley
          • 9 Pleasant Webb b 1770, VA d 1839, Oglethorpe County, GA md Nancy Ann Goss bef. 23 JAN 1802
      • 3. Giles Webb b: 15 Apr 1677, Nanesmond Co., VA (Upper Norfolk) d. 3 May 1732 Richmond Co. Virginia. m. Elizabeth Spann before 1704 b: 1673 in Northumberland County, Virginia dau. of Dorothy __ ** ** ** **
        • 1. John Spann Webb, b. 9 Oct 1705 Richmond, Richmond Co, Va d 3 Mar 1756 md Sarah Alderson abt. 1740
          • 1. William Webb, b. 25 May 1742 d 1765 md Winifred Griffin Tarpley 16 Dec 1763 in Richmond Co, Va
            • 1. Wilamira Webb, b. 1765 d 1822 md Holland Haynie
        • 2. Isaac Webb Sr b. 25 Sep 1709 N. Farnham Parish, Richmond Co. VA d. July 1757 in North Farnham Parish,Richmond County, Virginia md. Frances Barber 1737 in Richmond County, Virginia b.1716 Richmond,VA d 1782 Richmond, Richmond County, Virginia. dau of Capt. William BARBER [OR] Charles Barber (Col) and Frances Glascock **
          • 1. John Webb b. 1 Feb 1737 North Farnham Parish,Richmond Co, Virginia d. 1798 m. Rachel Giles b1744 **
            • 1. Samuel Webb b. 1764 d. 1827 md. Martha Tabitha Driver b.1765
              • 1. Lewis Webb
              • 2. John Driver Webb, b. 1780 in South Carolina d 28 Feb 1852 in Washington County, Georgia md Charlotte Covington, 3 Feb 1811 in Washington County, Georgia b. 1794
                --- Served in the Sandersville Circuit, Georgia Conference, Methodist Church.
                • 1. Crawford Webb, b. 18 Nov 1812 in Washington County, Georgia d 22 Jan 1884 in Homeplace, Telfair County, Georgia md Betise Martha Miller 24 Dec 1833 in Washington County, Georgia
                  • 1. Mary Ann L. Webb b. 10 Oct 1834 Houston County, Georgia d 7 Jan 1912 in Georgia md Malcolm B. Shaw 18 Nov 1864 in Homeplace, Telfair County, Georgia
                  • 2. John Webb, b. 1836 Houston County, Georgia
                • 2. Mary Webb, b. 15 Jun 1815
                • 3. Sarah Webb, b. 20 Nov 1817
                • 4. Rebecca Webb, b. 20 Feb 1820 d 4 Aug 1821
                • 5. Nancy Webb, b. 19 Apr 1822 d 12 Sep 1834
                • 6. John Covington Webb, b. 9 Sep 1824 in Washington County, Georgia d 1912 in Washington County, Georgia md Elmira Tarbutton 1848 in Georgia
                • 7. Samuel Webb, b. 7 Mar 1827 d 18 Apr 1830
                • 8. Elizabeth Webb, b. 27 Feb 1829 d 1926 md Allen Page 1849
                • 9. Martha Webb, b. 12 Jun 1831 md Elisha Walters Walker b 1832 son of Lott Walker and Mary Polly Walters **
                • 10. Melinda Webb, b. 27 Nov 1833 d 21 May 1864
                • 11. William Hambleton Webb, b. 6 Jan 1836 d 27 Apr 1836
                • 12. Joseph Driver Webb, b. 13 Aug 1837 Washington County, Georgia d 28 Feb 1852 in Georgia
              • 3. Giles Webb d. 1833 md. Holland Askew b. 1791 NC, d 1861 **
                • 1. William A. Webb b 1818 d 1864 in Civil War md. Elizabeth Ann Martin. 9 Feb 1845
                  --- William was in the Confederate Army during the Civil War. He was captured by Union Forces and sent to the prisoner of war camp at Point Lookout where he died as a prisoner.
                  • 1. William Green Webb b 1846 d 1916 md. Mary Frances "Mollie" Harrison.
                    • 1. Charles Linder Webb b 1874 d 1942 md
                      (1) Mae Adams of Dublin [1 ch]
                      (2) Minnie Belle Thomas in 1905. [4 ch]
                      He was a jeweler and they lived in Dublin, Laurens Co., GA.
                      • 1. Mae Adams Webb
                      • 2. Charley Mae Webb
                      • 3. SON Webb
                      • 4. SON Webb
                      • 5.daughter Webb d 1970
                        • 1. Frances Daniell Hough **
                • 2. Eli Driver Webb, b. 1826
                • 3. John Webb, b. 8 Mar 1830 in Washington County, Georgia d 24 Apr 1896 in Hahira, Lowndes Co, Georgia md Elizabeth Lamb, 25 Feb 1851 in Dooley Co, Georgia b. 11 Nov 1830 in Macon Co, Georgia
                  --- John served in the Confederate army during the civil war. He was a private in Company "A", 11th Regement, CSA. He was wounded 2 August 1864 - lost a leg.
                  • 1. Mary Holland Webb, b. 17 Dec 1851
                  • 2. William Washington Webb, b. 6 Aug 1853 Dooley Co, Georgia
                  • 3. Luke Lamb Webb, b. 4 Nov 1855
                  • 4. Laura Etta Arminda Webb, b. 11 Jul 1858 d 23 Dec 1922 md James Berry Wiley
                    • 1. Lucius Wiley
                    • 2. James R. Wiley
                    • 3. Grover Cleveland Wiley
                    • 4. Bryant Luther Wiley
                    • 5. Alice Wiley
                  • 5. John Elijah Webb, b. 16 Jan 1861 d 5 Feb 1927 md Anna Blanche Nichols
                    • 1. Mary Lee Webb
                    • 2. Elizabeth Webb
                    • 3. Minnie Webb md George Turner Rountree
                    • 4. Pearl Webb md Thomas Watson Gornto
                    • 5. Christine Webb md William L. Barrineau
                    • 6. Everett I. Webb md Cora Lee McAllister
                    • 7. Van Buren Webb never married
                  • 6. Solomon Jackson Webb, b. 30 Mar 1863
                  • 7. Elizabeth Telulah Webb, b. 5 Jan 1866 d Nov 1909 md Thomas Jefferson Folsom, b. 7 Feb 1857
                    • 1. Charles Ashley Folsom, b. 7 Oct 1892
                    • 2. Ethylene Folsom, b. 10 Oct 1894
                    • 3. Inez Folsom, b. 9 Jul 1898
                    • 4. Thomas Herbert Folsom, b. 19 Mar 1901
                  • 8. Eli Driver Webb
                  • 9. Hattie Hariet Webb md John L. Redding
                    • 1. Maurice Kenneth Redding
                    • 2. Ernie Estelle Redding
                    • 3. John Hoyt Redding
                  • 10. Thomas Wesley Webb md Lennie Vickers
                  • 11. Charles Winfield Webb
                • 4. Thomas Webb, b. BEF. 1833 d before the start of the Civil War.
                • 5. Giles Webb, b. BEF. 1833 d before the start of the Civil War.
              • 4. Samuel Webb b 22 Apr 1797 d 24 Mar 1866 Montgomery Co., GA md
                (1) Martha COVINGTON,
                (2) Mary "Polly" ASKEW
              • 5. Benjamin I. Webb, b. 1789 Washington Co, Georgia d aft jun 1846 md
                (1) Amelia "Milley" POWELL
                (2) Tracy MATHIS
              • 6. Rhoda Webb b 1 Sep 1808 d Ogelthayse, GA md Johnson POWELL
              • 7. Peggy Ozins Webb, aka "Peggy Lanna" "Margaret" b. 1792 d aft Jun 1850 md Shadrack Williams Jr b abt 1790 son of Shadrack Williams SR and Hannah Clemens Jones **
                • 1. Freeman Williams b: abt 1815 married Mary Frances Horton
                • 2. Della Williams b: 1816
                • 3. Samuel Williams b: 16 Oct 1817 in GA married Matilda Moy
                • 4. William Williams b: 1819
                • 5. Peter Williams b: 1820
                • 6. Jane Williams b: 1823 "Jincy" married ___ Williams
                • 7. Charlotte Williams b: 1826 married __ Bray
                • 8. Louisa Williams " Louie or Lucy"
                • 9. Shadrack Williams III b. June 4 1832 Washington Co, Georgia d Nov 28 1888 1833 [died of lock jaw after getting his finger crushed in a cane mill. He was 62 when he died.] married Elizabeth Gatsey Walker Dec. 21, 1854. dau of LOTT WALKER AND "MARY" POLLY WALTERS **
                  --- Shadrack Williams III was a Justice of the Peace in Johnson and Washington Co, Georgia.
                  --- He was a confederate soldier and served in Company D, 59th Infantry Regiment in 1862.
                  --- He later joined Company E, 2nd Regiment, Militia, and held the rank of 3rd Sergeant.
                  --- Two of his brothers Samuel and Freeman Williams also served in the military. Their great-grandfather was a revolutionary war soldier.
                • 10. Jeremiah Williams -never married
              • 8. Lemuel Webb
              • 9. Martha Tabitha Webb, b. 2 Jan 1802 NC d 18Jun 1863 Johnson Co., GA md Silas POWELL
            • 2. William M. Webb
            • 3. Sion Webb
            • 4. Levy Webb
            • 5. Giles Webb, b. 1770
            • 6. Elizabeth Webb
            • 7. Priscilla Webb
          • 2. Isaac Webb b 30 Oct 1739 Richmond, Richmond Co, Va d 15 Nov 1740 Richmond, Richmond Co, Va.
          • 3. Giles Webb, b. 9 Nov 1741 in Richmond, Richmond Co, Virginia d 1756.
          • 4. James Webb, b. 11 Sep 1743 in Richmond, Richmond Co, Virginia d 10 May 1750 in Richmond Co, Virginia.
          • 5. Cuthbert Webb, b. 1 Jun 1745 in Richmond, Richmond Co, Virginia died about 1782.
          • 6. Frances Webb, b. 5 Feb 1747 Richmond, Richmond Co, Virginia d 6 Feb 1755 Richmond, Richmond Co, Virginia.
          • 7. Elizabeth Webb b 1749 md ___ Harrison
          • 8. Winnifred Webb, b. 20 Nov 1750 in Richmond, Richmond Co, Virginia d Aug 1823 Near Lexington, Fayette Co., KY md Robert Tomlin.
          • 9. Nancy Anne Webb, b. 22 June 1753 in Richmond, Richmond Co, Virginia md __ Edmundon?
          • 10. Priscilla Webb, b. 6 Jun 1754 in Richmond, Richmond Co, Virginia
          • 11. Giles Webb, b. 25 Jan 1756 in Richmond, Richmond Co, Virginia
          • 12. Charles Webb b 25 Apr 1757 in Richmond Co, Virginia md Mary Todd Ware 24 Feb 1791 b 1772
            • 1 John Webb md Sarah A L Chivers **
            • 2 Charles Henry Webb Jr md Cassandra Ford, dau of John Ford and Mary Susan Miles, 15 Feb 1826. b 1807 d 1863 ** **
          • 13. Capt Isaac Webb Jr. b. 19 Nov 1758 in North Farnham Parish, Richmond Co, Virginia d 26 Jun 1833 Lexington, Fayette Co., KY md Lucy Catherine Ware 23 Dec 1790. Frederick Parish, Va b 12 Nov 1773 in Virginia.
            --- Lucy Ware is the grandmother of the wife of Rutherford B. Hays, President of the United States ** **
            • 1. Catherine Webb b 16 Sep 1791. She died in 1820.
            • 2. Winifred Webb b 28 Jan 1793. She died in 1835. md Matthew T Scott.
            • 3. James Webb
            • 4. Isaac Webb b 2 Mar 1797.
            • 5. Cuthbert Webb b 20 Jun 1801 **
            • 6. Mary Ann Todd Webb b 15 Mar 1803. md William T Nicholson.
            • 7. John Todd Webb bn 18 Mar 1805.
            • 8. Elizabeth F Webb b 12 Sep 1806 md
              (1) John Cunningham
              (2) Matthew T Scott b 1787 d 21 Aug 1858
        • 3. Elizabeth Webb, b 1 Feb 1711 in Richmond Co, Virginia. d abt 1762.
        • 4. Giles Webb, b. 4 Aug 1714 n Richmond Co, Virginia
        • 5. Mary Webb, b. 11 Nov 1717 n Richmond Co, Virginia md Epaphroditus Sydnor
        • 6. Cuthbert Webb b. 3 Mar 1718 in North Farnham Parish, Richmond Virginia . d 1782
        • 7. Winnefred / Winifred Webb, b. 1720 Richmond Co, Virginia md Robert Tomlin 1761 in Richmond Co, Va
        • 8. Tabitha Webb. b 9 Oct 1722 in Richmond Co, Virginia. d 9 Feb 1723 in Richmond Co, Virginia.
        • 9. James Webb b: ABT 1724
      • 4. Isaac Webb, b 18 Dec 1681, Richmond, Richmond Co., VA d 1729 md (1) Winefred Hipkins (2) Rebecca ___
      • 5. Hannah Webb
      • 6. Charles Webb
      • 7. Benjamine Webb




  • Isaac Webb, Born: 1647, Richmond, Richmond Co., VA md Mary Bedwell April 16 1678 Richmond Co VA dau of Robert Bedwell b: 24 JAN 1634/35 in ST Giles Parish, Cripplegate, London, England and Ann Colly
    --- Mary was also married to 1 James Clayton 2 Michael O'Donohoe
    • 1. Thomas Webb b: BEF 1661
    • 2. Giles Webb b: 1661 md
      (1) Sarah ___
      (2) Widow Randolph 2 Sept 1865
    • 3. John Webb b: 20 April 1670 in New Kent, Virginia md Sarah Cocks SEE BELOW
    • 4. Robert Webb b: bef 4 Sept 1688
  • John Webb b: 20 April 1670 in New Kent, Virginia d 1726 in Henrico Co, Virginia md Sarah Cocks b abt. 1673 in New Kent Co. VA
    --- John Webb was transported from England to Henrico Co, Virginia in 1678. **.
    --- John Webb's will (dated 6 Jul 1725) mentioned his wife, grandson William, and a son John to be executor. Wit: Theodorick Carter and his wife Elizabeth Carter. ** (children listed in St Peters Parish Vestry Book) ****
    • 1. Elizabeth Webb b 1688, New Kent Co., VA bapt 8 Apr 1688.
    • 2. James Webb b 25 June 1690, New Kent Co., VA bapt 19 Oct 1690.
    • 3. John Webb b 20 April 1694, Henrico Co, VA md
      (1) Mary Martin
      (2) Hannah Carter SEE BELOW
    • 4. William Webb b 17 Sept 1699, New Kent Co ,VA, m Jane ____.
    • 5. Jane Webb bapt 11 Jun 1697, New Kent Co., VA New Kent Co. Va d 3 May 1700.
    • 6. Abraham Webb b 1702
    • 7. Wentworth Webb b 5 May 1702, New Kent Co., VA d 1747 Albemarle Co, Va, m Mary ____
      --- Mary married 2nd Theodorick Webb,1748 s/o John Webb & Mary Martin.
    • 8. Mary Webb b March 19 1703/04 New Kent Co ,VA
    • 9. Henry Webb b 1705



  • John WEBB II b. Apr 20, 1694, Christening: April 20, 1694 St. Peter's Parish,VA; d 1736 Henrico Co, Va. md
    (1) Mary Martin Feb 12 1712 St Peters Parish b abt 1693 [1 ch]
    (2) Hannah Carter abt 1715 b. abt 1696 in Henrico Co, Va d <1736 d/o Theodorick Carter (1669-1737) Henrico Co., VA. and Elizabeth Webb Randolph
    ---Will made 27 Apr 1736 Henrico Co., VA, proved July 1736, divides land between John and James, ** wit. James Cole, Theodorick Carter, Thomas Carter, John Carter ** ** **
    • 1. John WEBB III b ca 1715 Henrico Co. VA. d in Amherst Co., Va married Martha Carter b: abt 1706 in Henrico Co VA
      • 1. Cuthbert Webb b abt. 1733
      • 2. John Webb b abt. 1737 Virginia md Ursula "Ustley" ___ abt 1760 in Albermarle Co., VA b abt 1739
        ---Moved from Virginia to North Carolina in the 1750's or 1760's. Records show he took land in NC in the 1700's, and his will was dated there in Wilkes Co on February 8, 1785. In his will he names his wife " Ursula" and four children. ** **
        • 1. John Webb b: 1761 in Albermarle Co VA md Charity ___ 25 OCT 1783 in Wilks Co., NC *--*
          • 1. Ellender Webb
          • 2. Hanna Webb
          • 3 Ede Webb b: 1785 in Wilks Couunty, North Carolina
        • 2. Cuthbert (Cut) Webb b 1762 in Albermarle Co., VA d,. Bef 1830 Roane Co., TN m.
          (1) Winnie Goff
          (2) Elizabeth ___1784 b: ABT. 1765 ** *--*
          • 1 John Webb b.1785 Wilkes,Co.NC d.1848 Morgan,Co.Tn. md Nancy Hall Aug.4,1809 Roane,Co.Tn d/o Martin D.Hall and Chloe Hendrix
            • 1 Mary Nancy Webb b.1811 d.10-11-1854, md. Russell E.Scott s/o Samuel Scott Sr. and Lydia Long
              • 1 Nancy Emmaline Scott b.4-1-1828 d.7-9-1901 md Jesse M.Freels Sept.1846 s/o Edward Freels and Cathy Phillips
                • 1 Mary Ann Polly Freels b.6-7-1866 d.3-29-1937 md. William E.Hurtt 9-27-1887 s/o Albert Hurtt and Orlenia J.Duncan
                  • 1 Delphia Emmaline Hurtt b.5-21-1894 d.12-28-1962 md Roy Levi Brown 2-23-1913s/o Elizabeth Ann Brown and ___Lyle
                    • 1 Martha Lena Brown b.12-5-1913 d.8-1-1981 md Henry Clyde Williams 12-25-1937 s/o Benjamin S.Williams and Rebecca J.Smith
                      • 1 Mazie Ellon Williams b.8-19-1943 md Willie D.Ledford 2-23-1960 s/o Dewey Ledford and Texie Cheek
                        • 1 Debra Crowell md ___ Ledford **
                          • 1 Ann Ledford b.1962 md Derek T.Crowell 1995 b.1943 s/o Boyd Crowell and Georgia E.Pace
          • 2 Mitchell Webb b: ABT. 1788 in Wilkes Co NC
          • 3 William F. Webb b: ABT. 1799 in Wilks Co, NC m. Margaret McCall
            ---1830 Census, TN, Roane Co., p. 11, img. 19.- 1 male 20-30, 1 female 20-30, 1 male under 5. **1850 Census, TN, Meigs Co., p. 359, img. 5.** Article on William's son John Webb in the AR 1911 Census of Cenfederate Veterans.**
            • 1. Columbus R. Webb b.abt 1830 TN
            • 2. Nancy Webb b. abt 1833 TN
            • 3. Elizabeth Webb b. Abt 1835 TN
            • 4. William Webb b. Abt 1838 TN
            • 5. John Webb b.12 Nov 1839 Meigs Co., TN m. Elizabeth Clower
            • 6. Mary C. Webb b. Abt 1843 TN d,1909 Haskell Co., TX m. William Asberry Cantrell
            • 7. Barton Houston Webb b May 1846 TN d abt 1902 AR md
              (1) Rutha Jane Cantrell
              (2) Willie Mae Rice
            • 8. Marshal Webb b. abt 1852
          • 4 Rebecca Webb b. 8 May 1804 KY or TN d 5 Aug 1892 Hempstead Co., AR md. Allen Marion Webb 1823 Morgan Co., TN b 1798 Wilkes Co., NC d 26 Jul 1864 Hempstead Co., AR son of Francis Webb and Sarah ___ . Francis son of John Webb and Ursula "Ustley" ___
            • 1 Children listed below under Allen Marion Webb son of Francis Webb and Sarah __ section
          • 5 Elizabeth Webb b: ABT. 1806 in KY
          • 6 Cuthbert Webb b: ABT. 1806 in Adair Co., Kentucky
          • 7 Marshall M Webb b: ABT. 1810 in Wilks Co, NC
          • 8 Lucy Webb b: 1811 in Sparta, White Co, Tennessee
          • 9 Barton Webb b: ABT. 1812 in Roane Co. TN
        • 3. Francis Webb b: ABT. 1764 in VA d Morgan Co, Tennessee md Sarah ___ b: ABT. 1756 **
          • 1 John Webb b: 8 FEB 1785 in Wilks Co., NC
          • 2 Allen Marion Webb b 1798 Wilkes Co., NC d 26 Jul 1864 Hempstead Co., AR md Rebecca Webb 1823 Morgan Co., TN b. 8 May 1804 KY or TN d. 5 Aug 1892 Hempstead Co., AR dau of Cuthbert (Cut) Webb and Elizabeth ___
            --- They are buried Zion Cemetery, Hempstead Co., AR
            ---1830 Census, Roane Co., TN, page 8, img. 13.
            ---1850 Census - Bradley Co., TN, page 208, img. 140.
            ---1860 Census - Hempstead Co., AR, page 904, img. 220.
            --- 1880 Census, Hempstead Co., AR, Mine Creek TS, img. 41, Rebecca -living with daughter Minerva. **
            • 1. William H Webb b 19 Jan 1824 Roane Co., TN d 8 Oct 1875 md Minerva J. Clower buried row 5 Zion Cemetery, Hempstead Co., AR
              --- 1870 Census, AR, Hempstead Co., Saline, p. 476
              • 1. Margaret J. Webb b 1852 GA
              • 2 Columbus Webb b 1858 TN
              • 3 Allen I. Webb b 22 Jul 1861 d 19 Feb 1880 buried Zion Cemetery, Hempstead Co., AR
                --- Webb, Allen I. b 22 Jul 1861 d 19 Feb 1889 row 4 Son of W. H. & M. J. Webb
            • 2. James Emerson Webb b 25 Nov 1825 Roane Co., TN d 4 Feb 1903 Timbo, Stone Co.,AR md Mary E. Davis 1847 Buried: Blue Mountain Cemetery, Mt. View, Stone Co., AR
              --- Biographical Sketch of James E. Webb--- "Special adaptability to any calling in life is the one necessary adjunct to permanent success, and as a tiller of the soil James E. Webb seems to be "to the manner born," for he has one of the finest farms on the Sylamore Creek, of which he has become the owner through his own efforts. He was born in Roane Co, Tenn., in 1825, a son of Allen and Rebecca (Webb) Webb, the former of whom was born in the Old North State, and the latter is supposed to have been born in East Tennessee. After residing in Roane County for some time they moved to Bradley Co, Tenn., in 1855 or 1856, and then came to Arkansas and took up their residence in Hempstead County, where they lived and died, having followed the occupation of farming throughout life. The immediate subject of this sketch received his education in Roane and Bradley Counties, Tenn., and when a young man of nineteen years, he commenced farming in the last named county on his own responsibility, and there continued to till the soil until 1859, when he came to Arkansas, and from that time up to 1860 tilled the soil in Hempstead Co, since which time he has resided in Stone Co, and has made his home on his present fine farm of 400 acres since 1869. This land is exceptionally productive, and on the 125 acres that are under cultivation large crops are raised annually. The place is well improved also, and besides good farm buildings of all kinds the fences are sightly and substantial; in fact, everything about the place indicates that the owner is thrifty, intelligent and industrious. All this property has been acquired since the war, for during that time, or from July, 1864, until the close of the war, he joined the Third Arkansas Cavalry, U.S.A., and was in a number of engagements. In 1847 he was married to Miss Mary Davis, of Bradley Co, East Tenn., and to their union nine children were given, all of whom reside within a few miles of home with one exception. Mr. and Mrs. Webb are members of the Missionary Baptist Church, of which he has been a member since boyhood, and is now holding the office of deacon. He is a member of Lindsay Lodge of the A.F. & A.M., and politically is a Republican." The above information contained within the quotation marks was obtained from: Reminiscent History of the Ozark Region; James E. Webb; p. 694-695; Ramfro Reprint; 1966; Cape Girardeau, Mo.
              • 1. William Allen Webb b 6 Jun 1849 Bradley Co., TN d 6 Jan 1907 md Cynthia Josephine Brown
              • 2 Sarah Matilda Webb b 8 Jul 1851 Bradley Co., TN d 15 May 1931 md John David Dearien
              • 3 Barton M. Webb b 9 Mar 1853 Bradley Co., TN md Mary E. Dearien
              • 4 Leroy D. Webb b 18 Mar 1855 Bradley Co., TN md Tabitha J. Goodwin
              • 5 Christopher Columbus Webb b 2 Feb 1858 Bradley Co., TN d 8 Jun 1907 buried: Blue Mountain Cemetery, Stone Co., AR md Sarah A. ___
              • 6 James M. Webb b Nov 1861 Stone Co., AR md
                (1) Edna S. Johnson
                (2) Francis ___
              • 7 Mahala Adeline Webb b 29 Feb 1864 Stone Co., AR d 12 Sep 1933 md Carrell Cranford Brown
              • 8 John C. Webb b Feb 1867 Stone Co., AR md N. J. Horton
              • 9 Walter Allen Webb b 7 Jul 1873 Stone Co., AR d 4 Sep 1946 Stone Co., AR Buried: Blue Mountain Cemetery, Stone Co., AR md
                (1) Nellie Marie Carden
                (2) Nancy J. Stephens
                (3) Adda Berkley
            • 3. Sarah (Sally) Webb 27 Dec 1828 Roane Co., TN d 6 Apr 1871 Hempstead Co., AR md Chrisanbury William (Berry) Sutton buried Zion Cemetery, Hempstead Co., AR
              -- Sutton, Sallie 27 Dec 1828 6 Apr 1871 row5 Wife of Berry, daughter of Allen & Rebecca Webb
              -- 1860 Census, AR, Hempstead Co., Mine Cr. TS.
              -- He served with the 20th Arkansas Regiment, Co. A, "Hempstead Legions", during the Civil War.
              -- Sutton, Berry Private - Enlisted at Washington, Arkansas, March 1, 1862; absent on detached duty as teamster since April 29, 1862; captured at Vicksburg, Mississippi, July 4, 1863; paroled, July 8, 1863
            • 4. Elizabeth Ann Webb b 4 Apr 1830 Roane Co., TN d 11 Nov 1910 Hempstead Co., AR md James Asbury Maroon died in the Civil War
              --- In 1860, moved from Bradley Co, TN, to Hempstead Co, AR. **
              ---She is buried Zion Cemetery, Hempstead Co., AR Maroon, Elizabeth A. 4 Apr 1830 11 Nov 1910 row 3 Wife of Berry Maroon
              • 1. Vester Tennessee Maroon married
                (1) Joseph LITCHFORD
                (2) ___
              • 2. William Trousdale Maroon married Rebecca Litchford.
            • 5. Minerva Webb b 1832 Roane Co., TN buried: Zion Cemetery, Hempstead Co., AR
            • 6. Christopher Columbus Webb b 18 Aug 1834 Roane Co.TN d 21 Feb 1904 Hempstead Co., AR md
              (1) Harriet Malinda Taylor b 1 Feb 1839 MS d 30 Oct 1885 dau of William R. Taylor and Nancy ___
              (2) Mattie Jane Cornish Jan 1858 NC dau of John A. Cornish and Lucinda S. Willgood
              --- buried Zion Cemetery, Hempstead Co., AR
              -Webb, C. C. 18 Aug 1834 21 Feb 1904 row6 (Christopher Columbus Webb)
              -Webb, Harriet M. 1 Feb 1839 30 Oct 1883 row6 Wife of C. C. Webb
              -Webb, Mattie 1858 Nov 1927 row5
              --- In 1860, moved from Bradley Co, TN, to Hempstead Co, AR.
            • 7. Allen Webb b 1836 Roane Co., TN
            • 8. John Calvin Webb b 1840 Bradley Co, TN, d 8 Aug 1895 Hempstead Cty,AR md Malinda F. Beene (Malindy) 7 Oct 1866 Hempstead Co, AR. b 20 March 1847 d 4 Aug 1898 buried Zion Cemetery, Hempstead Co., AR John -row4 Age 55 Mason (Son of Allen & Rebecca) -- Malinda F-row 4 Wife of John Webb
              -- In 1860, moved from Bradley Co, TN, to Hempstead Co, AR.
              -- The family lived in the Ozan area and were friends with the family of Ellsburry and Emaline CASEY.
              • 1.Richard L. Webb b: Abt. 1872 AR d: Abt. 1932 AR md Laura Etta (or Lauretta) Goodlett 8 Jul 1897 b: 04 Oct 1878 Nashville, AR d: 22 Apr 1958 buried Zion Cemetery, Hempstead Co., AR - R.L. row 2
                • 1. John Henry Webb b: 18 Jun 1898 AR d: 1 Oct 1960 md Josie Parsons 1920 b: Abt. 1898 AR
                  • 1. Cora B. Webb
                  • 2. Joe Henry Webb b: 04 May 1923 AR d: 19 May 1998 Nashville, AR md Emma Lee Hallmark b: 05 Sep 1928 AR d: 01 Dec 2004 Nashville, AR
                    • 1. Joe Robert Webb md Pamela Horn
                      • 1. Jill Tyler Webb md
                        (1) Clayton Edward David
                        (2) Carlton Ham
                        • 1 Lucian Valkyn David
                        • 2. Makayla Elizabeth Ham
                      • 2.. Leslie Brooke Webb md Jason Brolo
                    • 2. Jana Webb
                    • 3.. Debbie Webb
                    • 4. Pam Webb
                    • 5. Jeanie Webb
                    • 6. Johnny Webb
                    • 7. Buddy Webb
                • 2. Benjamin Goodlett Webb b: 13 Mar 1904 md Verna Hunt
                  • 1 Malinda A. Webb
                  • 2. Binnie J. Webb
                • 3. Dave Webb
                • 4. Lula Belle Webb b: 12 Feb 1902 d: Dec 1925 md Thornton Anderson .
                  • 1. Gracie Lee Anderson
                • 5. Mary Lee Webb d: Unknown
              • 2. Willie Belle Webb b: 22 Jun 1879 Hempstead Co., AR d OK md John David Farley 1 Dec 1898 Hempstead Co., AR b: Abt. 1873 OK
                • 1. Reuben Farley
                • 2. Prentis Farley
                • 3. J. D. Farley
                • 4. Carrie Farley
                • 5. Ethel Farley
                • 6. Mattie Farley
                • 7. Lillian Farley
                • 8. May Ola Farley
                • 9. Loia Farley
              • 3. James W. B. Webb b: 28 Aug 1867 ARmd Sarah L. ___ b: Abt. 1875 GA
                • 1. James D. Webb b: Abt. 1902 AR
                • 2. Alton L. Webb b: Abt. 1904 AR
                • 3. Ruby P. Webb b: Abt. 1907 AR
                • 4. Laura A. Webb
                • 5. Hattie G. Webb
                • 6.. Jewel D. Webb
              • 4. Columbus Dee Webb b: Abt. 1874 AR d: 1944 md Leola Jane Stroud b: Abt. 1892 AR d: 1965 m: Abt. 1913
                • 1. Columbus Dee Webb, Jr. b: Abt. 1914 d: Abt. 1953
                • 2. John William Webb b 31 Oct 1915 d 7 Nov 1963 md Mildred Lee Harris 12 Oct 1940 b 14 Feb 1924 AR d 11 May 2006 Texarkana, TX
                  • 1. Harold Wesley Webb md Tommie Jean Bingham
                    • 1. John Wesley Webb
                    • 2. Sharon Lynn Webb
                  • 2. Wanda Sue Webb md Thomas Ray Rowe
                    • 1. Dana Lynn Rowe md David Woodrow North, Jr.
                      • 1 Chase Logan North
                    • 2. Michael Thomas Rowe
                    • 3. Tommie Suzanne Rowe md Timothy Thomas
                      • 1 Blake Ryan Thomas
                  • 3 Patricia Ann Webb md Joe Neal Bingham
                    • 1. Terri Ann Bingham
                    • 2. Joe Neal Bingham, Jr. b: 23 Jan 1976 d: Sep 1982
                    • 3. James Kevin Bingham
                  • 4. John William Webb, Jr.
                • 3 James A. Webb
                • 4 Joseph O. Webb
                • 5 Thomas L. Webb
              • 5. John P. Webb b: Abt. 1878 AR
                • 1. Bernard Columbus Webb b: 3 Jul 1901 d: Feb 1980 Hempstead Co., AR md Ilene Virginia Harris b: 04 Mar 1919 AR d: 06 May 1994 Texarkana, AR m: 06 Nov 1938
                  • 1. Bernard Price Webb md Virginia Lee Mortin
                    • 1. William Stanley Webb
                  • 2.. Bobby Jay Webb
                • 2. Hugh A. Webb b 3 Jul 1909 d 1 Sep 1921 buried Zion Cemetery, Hempstead Co., AR row 1
                • 3. J. P. Webb md Mary Cleo Harris b: 03 Nov 1915 d: 26 May 1994 Ozan, AR md Jeanie ___
                • 4. Billie Webb
                • 5. Dora Elizabeth Webb
              • 6. J. Allen Webb, b 1 Oct 1889 d 22 Aug 1901 buried Zion Cemetery, Hempstead Co., ARrow5 Son of John & M. F. Webb
            • 9. Francis Marion Webb b: 1842 Bradley Co., TN d: 19 Nov 1862 Little Rock, AR
            • 10. Rebecca Adaline Webb b: 15 Oct 1845 Bradley Co., TN d: 3 Dec 1888 md John McKinsey Watson 12 Nov 1868 Hempstead Co., AR b: 10 Feb 1843 Paris, TX d: 26 May 1920 Ozan, Hempstead Co., AR
              • 1 Robert Sevier Watson b: 16 Oct 1877 d 26 May 1927 md Ethel McClanahan 15 Feb 1899
              • 2. Margaret (Maggie) Watson b: 1879 md Lonnie Busbee 1897
              • 3 James Watson
            • 11. Malinda Webb b abt 1848 Bradley Co., TN d: 1850
            • 12. Meretine (Mary Tine) Webb b 21 Jun 1848 Bradley Co., TN d 1 Nov 1882 md Samuel Taylor 20 Mar 1867 Hempstead Co., AR b: Abt. 1847 MS . She is buried at Zion Cemetery, Hempstead Co., AR row5 Wife of Sam Taylor
              --- 1850 Census Malinda, age 2.
              --- 1860 Census Meretine, age 12,
              --- 1880 Census, wife of Samuel Taylor listed as Malinda, age 32. Was Malinda Webb and Meretine Webb the same person?
              --- Hempstead Co Marriages, 1817-1875--TAYLOR, Samuel, 20 to Miss Mearitine Webb, 18 yrs. & 6 mos.; 20 Mar.1867 by John B. Robins, MG.
              • 1 Marion Taylor
              • 2. Harriet Taylor b: Abt. 1867 md Bill Copeland
              • 3 John Calvin Taylor b: Abt. 1875 AR md Fannie A. Brown b: Abt. 1873 AR
              • 4 Mary Taylor b: Abt. 1870
              • 5 Rebecca Taylor b: Abt. 1872
              • 6 Nancy J. Taylor b: Abt. 1874
        • 4. Hanah Webb b: ABT. 1765 in Amherst Co., VA md Mitchel Childres
      • 3. Theodorick Webb b abt. 1739 Virginia
    • 2. James WEBB Abt 1717 Henrico Co. VA md
      (1) Nancy-widow of Joseph Dablos of Goochland Co. Va
      (2) Mrs. Ann Hoggatt Dabbs.( Anne "Nanny" Dabbs 1749 in Lunenburg, VA) **** James Webb apparently lived in Amelia Co., VA, Lunenburg Co., VA, Orange/Granville Co., NC (1761), Anson Co, NC (1767), Rutherford Co., NC (1777), and SC (probably Greenville, Co.) (1778-1790).
      James Webb probably had older children from a marriage prior to that of Anne Dabbs. view
    • 3. Giles WEBB b Abt 1720. settled the Nansemond co. Va. area
    • 4. Theodorick WEBB b. Feb 12 1717-1723 Henrico Co. VA d. Abt 1793 Franklin Co., VA. Will proved Feb 1794. married
      (1) Mary ___Webb 1747 [b May 5, 1702 St. Peters Parish, VA-died 1760-1761] - widow of Wentworth Webb. who died in Amherst or Albemarle Co., VA in 1747
      (2) Elizabeth Webb circa 1755 - widow of Jacob Fitzgerald and died after 1773
      *1. Mary Webb b.c. 1749; married as his 1st wife her first cousin Theodorick Webb, son of John and Martha (Carter) Webb. They probably had no children
      *2. Elizabeth Webb b.c. 1750; married 1st Jacob Fitzgerald c. 1768; married 2nd Theodorick Webb (the widower of her sister Mary?). She had no children by Theodorick, but he made her two sons by Jacob Fitzgerald his heirs and they changed their names to Webb. He bought land in Albemarle Co in 1755 and 1760., Amherst Co in 1770, and Buckingham Co 1771. Named in his brother’s 1771 Amherst Co. will as executor, implying he was also living there at the time.
      -- There are several reasons for thinking that Elizabeth who married Jacob Fitzgerald was herself a Webb: *---*
      1. Jacob & Elizabeth Fitzgerald named their first son after his father, Jacob. Their second son they named Theodorick, possibly for his maternal grandfather (Elizabeth's father). They also named their first daughter Mary, possibly for her maternal grandmother or aunt(Elizabeth's mother or sister).
      2. Elizabeth's oldest son, Jacob, is named by his stepfather in his will "Jacob William Webb Fitzgerald," implying that Webb was already his middle name and not the surname he later assumed.
      3. Elizabeth's second husband Theodorick Webb made her sons by her first marriage, Jacob & Theodorick Fitzgerald, the heirs of his estate instead of leaving it to any of his numerous relatives, including the children of his brother Cuthbert, to whom he was close. This may imply that the Fitzgerald boys were themselves blood relatives, in this case the children of his first cousin (wife Elizabeth) and perhaps the nephews of his first wife Mary, also perhaps his first cousin.
      4. Both of the Fitzgerald boys, Jacob & Theodorick, assumed the Webb surname.
      Elizabeth's son, Theodorick Fitzgerald Webb who married Sallie Huff in 1791, is usually assumed to be older because of the DAR entry stating he was an Amherst Co. VA minuteman in 1776. However, I don't know of any evidence that this was actually this Theodorick. It may have been his stepfather or a cousin. From his marriage date in 1791, it's reasonable to assume he may have been born c. 1770. This is more likely than believing he was over age 35 at the time of his first marriage.
      Theodorick Fitzgerald Webb (wife Sallie Huff) died in 1807, leaving a family of minor or children:*---*
      • 1. Jacob William Webb Fitzgerald stepson
      • 2. Theodorick Fitzgerald stepson
      • 3. -1 Nancy C. WEBB b.c. 1792 m. Dr. Robert Beard 1809 Franklin Co., VA and went to Monroe Co., MO;
      • 4. -2 Theodorick Fitzgerald WEBB b 1801 m.
        (1) Nancy Tate Greer 1821 Franklin Co., VA (widow of Henry Calloway) and went to Monroe Co., MO d 1854
        (2) Julia E Patterson Wade, the widow of Henry Wade
        --- 1850 Census Franklin Co. VA( 25 Dec 1850),Dwelling #2022 - Family #2011
        Theoderick F. Webb - 50 (baptist minister) 1500 - VA--- Nancy - 40--- Tazwell - 25--- Henry - 22--- Mary C. - 18--- Theodorick - 15--- Benjamin F. - 13--- Ursula - 10--- Serena - 8--- James T. 6--- Ramsey - 4
        --- 1860 Census Franklin Co. VA ( 8 Sept 1860) Dwelling #614 Family #610-
        Theo F. Webb - 59 - Baptist Minister/Farmer - 12000/24470 VA--- Julia E. - 43--- Serena - 13--- James - 11--- Ramsey - 9--- Nancy - 4--- Julia - 2--- John H. Wade - 19............estate Value 3200--- Elizabeth M. Wade - 14.......estate Value 3000--- Zachary T. Wade - 8..........estate Value 3000
        • 1 Tazwell Webb b 1825
        • 2. Henry Webb b 1827
        • 3. Mary C. Webb b 1832
        • 4. Theodorick Webb b 1835
        • 5. Benjamin F. Webb b 1837
        • 6. Ursula Webb b 1840
        • 7. Serena Webb b 1742
        • 8. James T. Webb b 1844
        • 9. Ramsey Webb b 1846
        • 10. Serena Webb b 1846
        • 11. James Webb b 1849
        • 12. Ramsey Webb b 1851
        • 13. Nancy Webb b 1856
        • 14. Julia Webb b 1858
      • 5. -3 Sarah Jane WEBB md. Samuel Thompson
      • 6. -4 Ursula WEBB md. Rev. Thomas Bailey Greer 1816 Franklin Co., VA and went to Monroe Co., VA (she later returned to Franklin Co., VA upon the death of her husband)
      • 7. -5 Creed T. WEBB md Mahala F. Booth 1827 Franklin Co., VA
      • 8. -6 Bird S. WEBB md Mary ____ 1825 and went to Monroe Co., MO
    • 5. Henry Webb b. 1726 Henrico Co. VA md Elizabeth ___ and is believed to have gone to Prince William Co., VA.
      --- Henry Webb moved to Orange Co, NC about 1752.
    • 6. Jacob WEBB b. 1722-1730 Henrico Co. VA d 1788 married Mary "Mollie" Austin SEE BELOW
    • 7. Cuthbert WEBB b. 1733 VA d 1778 md Mary Burton 1755 [b. abt 1741 d.abt 1820].
      --- Mary moved to Franklin Co, Virginia after Cuthbert's death.
      --- He made his will June 11, 1771 and died 1778 in Albemarle Co, Virginia. **
      • 1. Elizabeth WEBB
      • 2. Theodorick WEBB b 1756 md Christy COPELAND b. 1776
      • 3. Hannah WEBB b. Dec 10, 1758 Albemarle Co, Virginiad. Albemarle Co, Virginia md William TOOLEY (1756-1831)
      • 4. Cuthbert Webb b.: Abt 1760 Va d. abt 1846 Madison Co, Indiana married
        (1) Mary Jarrell (Abt 1773-1813) Mar 2, 1791 Franklin Co, Virginia
        (2) unknown [1 child-Isham]
        • 1. Isham WEBB (Abt 1788-After 1870) m. . (1)Elizabeth Casady (2) Lydia PHILLIPS on Oct 10, 1838
        • 2. Elizabeth WEBB m. Austin WEBB (1786-1859) on Feb 14, 1811 Montgomery Co, Ohio
          • see children details under AUSTIN WEBB son of James Webb and ___. James son of Jacob Webb and Hannah Jones
        • 3. John WEBB
        • 4. Sarah WEBB
        • 5. Lucinda WEBB m. Isham Fitzgerald on Jan 19, 1790 Franklin Co, Virginia
        • 6. Mary WEBB
        • 7. Cuthbert WEBB b. Sep 7, 1801 Virginia d. Oct 5, 1884 Posey Twnshp, Rush Co, Indiana m. Hannah Knotts (1804-1868) on Nov 24, 1825 Montgomery Co, Ohio **Information from Family Group Record on the Latter Day Saints ws 4/8/1999
        • 8. Adrian WEBB b.1803 Va d.Dec 13, 1885 Madison Co, Indiana buried Dec 1885 Prewett Cemetery, Frankton, Indiana married Rebecca Whitaker (1812-1872) on May 16, 1832 Henry Co, Indiana
          --- ** Census 1850 in Madison Co, Indiana Occupation, Farmer ** Madison Co Death Records 1882 - 1920. **
          • 1. Lemya WEBB b. 1833-
          • 2. Sarah WEBB b. 1834-
          • 3. Jane WEBB b.1836-
          • 4. John WEBB b. 1837-After 1900 buried at Prewett Cemetery, Madison Co, IN married Rebecca A.__ (1844-1919)
            ---Census 1850 Madison Co Indiana
            ---Census 1860 Madison Co Indiana JACKSON TWP Series: M653 Roll: 277 Page: 413 -below
          • 5. Lucy WEBB 1841 md Richard Wilson
            • 1. Elizabeth A. Wilson md Henry Kittinger MD October 31, 1878 b July 21, 1830 Buffalo, N.Y
              --- LUCY- (Pulaski Co) Henry Kittinger MD., was born in Buffalo, N.Y., July 21, 1830. He is a member both of the Masonic and Odd Fellows fraternities, and is an Independent Republican. He was married, October 31, 1878, to Elizabeth A. Wilson, a daughter of Richard and Lucy (Webb) Wilson. ** "Counties of White and Pulaski Counties, Indiana - City of Winamac" by F.A. Battey & Co. - pub. 1883
          • 6. Jehu WEBB 1847-
          • 7. Irena WEBB 1850-
        • 9. Theodorick WEBB b Apr 29, 1807 Greene Co, Ohio d: Sep 12, 1866 Madison Co, Indiana
          --- 1850 Census 24, Madison Co, Indiana Page 98
        • 10.
        • 11.
        • 12. Jacob Mulford WEBB b. Jul 7, 1810 Montgomery Co, Ohio d.Oct 12, 1908 Lafayette Twp, Madison Co, IN buried: Prewett Cemetery, Frankton, Indiana married
          (1) Mary Fallis (1812-1876) Apr 21, 1831 Bellebrooke, Greene Co, OH
          (2) Rebecca TODD (Abt 1819-1897) abt 1877 Madison Co, Indiana
          ---Occupation, 1850 in Farmer **Census, 1850 in Madison Co, Indiana ** Death Record, Oct 12, 1908 in Madison Co, Lafayette Twnshp, Indiana -Madison Co Death Records 1882 - 1920- Book H-23, Page 70
          --- His obituary says that he was the youngest of 12 children, and was born three miles from Dayton, Ohio. All of his 6 brothers and 5 sisters preceeded him in death. He was married twice, living over forty years with his first wife, the mother of his 11 children, 5 boys and 6 girls, eight of which survive. (1908). He lived with his second wife over twenty years. He was on the 1842 tax list for Jackson Co. Another obit says that he was related to most of the Webb's in Madison Co., Indiana. Four sons survived him, all living in Madison Co, Indiana.**
          • 1. Silas WEBB b 1832 d Abt 1890
          • 2. Marenus W. WEBB b 1835 d 1921
          • 3. Delilah Ann WEBB b 1837 d 1922
          • 4. Martha Ann WEBB b 1840 d 1877
          • 5. Sarah Elizabeth WEBB b 1842 d bef 1908
          • 6. Rene WEBB b 1843 d bef 1908
          • 7. Isaac F. WEBB b 1843 d 1928
          • 8. May WEBB (1846 d bef 1908
          • 9. Jacob Mulford WEBB b 1848 d 1925
          • 10. Hannah WEBB (twin) b Dec 16, 1849 Madison Co, Jackson Twp, Indiana d bef 1908 **
          • 11. John Arthur WEBB (twin) b Dec 16, 1849 Madison Co, Jackson Twp, Indiana d. Feb 21, 1944 Hills Lake, Kosciusko Co, IN buried Alexandria, Indiana md Barbara Ellen TODD (1853-1887) Nov 12, 1869 Frankton, Madison Co, Indiana **
            • 1. Meribah WEBB b. Oct 17, 1870 Frankton, Madison Co, Indiana d. Oct 29, 1953 Alexandria, Indiana buried Nov 2, 1953 Alexandria, Indiana md
              (1) Jack HALEY
              (2) John Arthur HEFFNER Jun 18, 1889 Ellwood, Indiana
            • 2. Elizabeth WEBB b. Sep 8, 1883 Frankton, Madison Co, Indiana d. Feb 24, 1914 Alexandria, Indiana
            • 3. Boy WEBB b. & d. Mar 16, 1887 Madison Co, Indiana
          • 12. Sarah E. WEBB (1855-1920)
      • 5. Constance "Connie" WEBB b Abt 1763 md ___ Helm
        --- Connie and Mary married Helm brothers
      • 6. Lucy WEBB (Abt 1765- )
      • 7. Adrian WEBB (Abt 1770- )
      • 8. John WEBB (1773- )
      • 9. James WEBB Sr b Abt 1774 married Elizabeth Billups daugther of Edward and Sarah(Casey) Billups **
        • 1 James Webb, Jr md Lois Bagley in Lawerence Co. Ohio **
          • 1 James F Webb & Belzora Sutherds/Southards
            • 1 Squire Levi Webb & Maude Lee Haskins
              • 1 Garnet Webb & James Sargent
                • 1 Gloria Sargent md ___ Lambert **
        • 2. Theordick WEBB md Arabella Blankenship in Cabell Co.W.Va.
          • 1. son WEBB md James DoJan Pluma sprinkle
            • 1. dau. married John Clausen
      • 10. Mary Molly WEBB b Abt 1776 md ___ Helm
        --- Connie and Mary married Helm brothers
      • 11. Sarah Sally WEBB (Abt 1778- )
    • 8. Jonas WEBB Sr b abt 1700 in Northampton Co., VA; d aft Jul 19 1748 in Sussex Co., DE. md Ann MILLS
      • 1. Jonas WEBB Jr. b abt 1725 in Sussex Co., DE. d abt 1782 in Monogalia Co., VA (WV). married Elizabeth NUTTER b abt 1739. d March-May 1837 Harrison Co., WV. ** **
        • 1. Magdalene WEBB was born about 1759 in (Sussex Co., DE ?). She died on Aug 21 1784 in Harrison Co., WV.
        • 2. Benjamin WEBB was born on Oct 2 1761 He died on Aug 21 1826 in Hocking Co., OH. (114) He was ordained.
        • 3. John WEBB was born about 1763. died between 1820 and 1830.
        • 4. Nutter WEBB. born 1765. died Aug 1833 in Ritchie Co., WV. buried in Ritchie Co., WV. He was a Blacksmith in Randolph Co., WV. He was one of the early settlers Ritchie Co. in Ritchie Co., WV. married to Mary STAFFORD on Jan 22 1827 in Wood Co., WV.. Mary STAFFORD appeared on the census in 1850 in Gilmer Co., WV.
          • 1. Lafayette WEBB. born 1829 in Wood Co., WV. He served in the military between 1861 and 1864. Lafayette served in the Union army in the Civil War, enlisting in Co C, 11th W. Va. Volunteer Intantry, November 10, 1861 and served until Jan 21 1864. He died in 1874 in Calhoun Co., WV. married Malissa NORMAN. born about 1834.
            NOTE: 1870 Census Calhoun Co WV. 255-256 Center District : Lafayette Webb 40 VA Blacksmith ,Malissa 36 VA Keep House ,Mary C. 15 VA ,Emily J. 12 VA ,Phobe Anne 6 VA
            • 1. Mary C. WEBB was born about 1855.
            • 2. Emily Jane WEBB was born about 1858.
            • 3. Phobe Anne "Annie" WEBB born 1863 in Calhoun Co., WV. married Louis Franklin "Frank" NORMAN Feb 4 1879 in Calhoun Co., WV. He was born in 1858 in Calhoun Co., WV. **
              • 1.Olive NORMAN.
              • 2. Alice NORMAN
              • 3. Anna NORMAN
              • 4. Franklin NORMAN
            • 4. Sarah E. WEBB
            • 5. James W. WEBB
          • 2. Stephen Ferguson WEBB was born in 1832. died after 1870.
          • 3 Betsy Kitty WEBB was born about 1833
        • 5. Elizabeth WEBB was born about 1768. She died on Sep 20 1846.
        • 6. Comfort WEBB was born about 1770 in Fayette Co., PA.
        • 7. Zeporah WEBB was born in 1772 in Monogalia Co., VA (WV). She died on Apr 19 1821.
        • 8. Susannah WEBB was born about 1773 in Monogalia Co., VA (WV).
        • 9. Ann WEBB was born about 1775 in Monogalia Co., VA (WV). She was living in 1837.
        • 10. Mary WEBB was born about 1777 in Monogalia Co., VA (WV). She died in 1819 in Logan Co., OH.
        • 11. Margaret WEBB was born on Oct 16 1778 in Monogalia Co., VA (WV). She died on Feb 26 1857 in Taylor Co., WV
    • 9. William Webb



  • Jacob WEBB b. abt 1722-1730, Va d. abt 1788, Franklin Co., Va. m.
    (1) Hannah Jones b. June 13, 1783.1 d/o Thomas Jones and Joanna Hill. ** ** ** applied for a marriage license October 3, 1805.1 married Hannah Jones in Franklin Co, Virginia. **
    (2) Mary "Mollie" Sally Austin possibly d/o John Austin of New Kent, St. Peter's Parish whose daughter Mary was born 4 Nov 1723. Their children: ** 1 Henry 2 James 3 Susannah 4 Mary H. 5 Austin 6 John 7 Cuthbert 8 William 9 Robert
    • 1. Henry "Hal" Webb c1750-1845 married Susanna Cock /Cox SEE BELOW
    • 2. James Webb died about 1808 in Sugar Creek Township, Greene Co, Ohio.md (1) )__) (2) Lucy ___
      --- He acquired 240 acres on the Blackwater River, Franklin Co, Virginia in 1787.
      --- In 1796 he sold 100 acres, in 1803 he sold another 170 acres and in 1805 an additional 80 acres all of which were on the Blackwater River.
      --- He married probably as a second wife a woman named Lucy who appeared on the 1810 and 1820 census records of Sugar Creek, Greene Co, Ohio as head of household.
      • 1. Hannah WEBB b abt 1780. married Isaac MILLER [Her marriage bond was dated 18 Aug 1800 Franklin Co., VA ] b 1781 d 1813, s/o Elder Jacob Miller and Barbara. They settled in Sugar Creek Twp., Greene Co., OH by 1803. Hannah moved to Indiana after her husband was killed in 1813.
      • 2. Isham/Isam/Ishim WEBB born about 1783; died 24 Oct 1853, age 70 years, Marion Co., OR. He is buried in the Pioneer Cemetery, OR.; married 30 Mar 1820 Franklin Co., IN Mary HUSTON.
        [ Pioneer Memorial Cemetery aka: Brooks Pioneer, Jones, Parkersville, Waconda, The Nook * Waconda Rd NE & 72nd Ave NE- Brooks, Oregon 97305 ] NOTE: Headstone reads 1793 for birth year. INSCRIPTION: Isam Webb/ Died/ Oct. 24, 1853/ Aged 70 years [south face of Webb monument] SECTION: VI
        He left Ohio and moved to Indiana, Iowa and by 1847 was in Oregon.
        • 1. Nancy Webb
        • 2. James Webb b. 21 Feb 1921-23 Linn Co., Ohio , d. 4 Apr 1908 4 miles E. of Salem at the age of 87 y's 1 m 13 d's,n. Marion Co., Oregon Buried at [ Pioneer Memorial Cemetery aka: Brooks Pioneer, Jones, Parkersville, Waconda, The Nook * Waconda Rd NE & 72nd Ave NE- Brooks, Oregon 97305 ] married Christine Hope Leach. **
          1850 CENSUS - James Webb 28 b Ohio, Christina 26 Ohio,Mary 8 Michigan, Jane 6 Indiana, Tabitha 4 Iowa, Sarah 19 Oregon Territory,Adelaine 4 Iowa
          1880 CENSUS - James Webb 56, farmer, b. Ohio, Christina 56 Ohio, George 21 Oregon, Lucinda 16 Oregon, Margrett 14 Oregon
          1900 CENSUS - James Webb, widower, age 79, b. Feb 1821 in Ohio
          DISCREPENCY - DC and 1900 census give birth year as 1821, obit as 1822, and marker as 1823; DISCREPANCY - Hollin records give maiden name of wife as Christine Hope, obit for James gives her maiden name as Christine Leach
          NOTE OBITUARY:
          Mr. Webb was born in Linn county, Ohio, February 21, 1822. He was married to Miss Christine Leach in 1840. In 1847 they moved to Oregon via an ox team across the plains, first locating on Sauvies island, and thence to Oregon City. Later they moved to this section where they took a donation land claim on which he died. His wife died some years ago. Mr. Webb was a man of wonderfully vigorous mind and until the time of his death possessed a splendid memory of those early days and many of the incidents applicable thereto. He leaves a large family as follows: Mary Groshong, of Jefferson; Mrs. Jane Wade, of Gervais; Mrs. Tobiatha Stevens, of Gervais; Mrs. Harriett Louise Groshong, of Wilhoit; Mrs. Annie E. Taylor, of Gervais; Mrs. Sarah Skeen, of Mollala; Mrs. Margie Becker, of Gervais; Mrs. Lucinda Simmans, of Mollala; Frank Webb, of Silverton; and George Webb, of Gervais. In addition to the above he leaves over 100 descendants. The funeral occurred Monday, April 6 at 2 p.m. Interment at the Pioneer cemetery. (uncited newspaper clipping)
          • 1. Nancy Jane Webb b. 17 Sep 1844 in Indiana, d. 30 May 1925 Gervais, Oregon undertaker John Weiss, informant Mrs. A. R. Siegmund of Gervais; md Murray Wade.b 17 Mar 1828/1830 d 26 Aug 1913 buried 28 Aug 1913 . They are buried Pioneer Memorial Cemetery
            ** 1850 CENSUS - Jane Webb, age 6, b. Indiana, is enumerated with father James Webb, age 28, b. Ohio, and mother Chistina, age 26, b. Ohio, along with Mary, age 8, b. Michigan, Tabitha, age 4, b. Iowa, Sarah, age 19, b. Oregon Territory, and Adelaine, age 4, b. Iowa;
            ** 1910 CENSUS - Nancy Jane Wade, age 65, b. Oregon, the mother of 7 children, 3 of whom are living at the time of the census, is enumerated with her husband Murray A. Wade, age 81, occupation farmer, b. Maine, along with Ida, age 39, single, b. Oregon, and Frank, age 29, single, b. Oregon;
            ** MARRIAGE - "M. A. Wade & Jane Webb, m 23 Sep 1860; Geo. M. Abell, J. P. Wit: James & Mrs. Webb & & Sarah G. Wright #477 pg 148"
            ** OBITUARY: - DEATH OF MRS. N. J. WADE. A notable pioneer in Parkersville and Gervais was laid to rest on Monday in the person of Mrs. N. J. Wade. The immense funeral cortege from her late home to the Pioneer cemetery and the number of beautiful floral tributes were but a small token of the esteem in which the deceased was held. “A good neighbor as gone to her reward,” was a common expression in the house of mourning and in the cemetery. Nancy Jane Webb was born in the state of Indiana on September 17, 1844, and crossed the plains in 1847 with her parents who settled on the Columbia Slough; after living there two years they moved to Oregon City where she first attended school. Two years later her parents moved to what is known as the James Webb donation land claim, where she lived with her parents until her marriage to M.A. Wade in 1860. She then moved to the home in Parkersville where she lived the remainder of her life and where she died. Mrs. Wade was the mother of seven children, three of whom are living - Mrs. A. R. Siegmund, of Gervais; Frank Wade and Ida Wade, of Parkersville. She also leaves three sisters, Mrs. Tabitha Stevens and Mrs. Lucinda Simmons, of Gervais, and Mrs. L. K. Siegmund, of Salem. For many years the deceased was a member of the Christian church, a faithful Christian and a good wife and mother. We desire to express our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved in this their hour of trial. Gervais Star **
            OBITUARY: THE DEATH OF MURRAY WADE. Murray A. Wade, a respected and prosperous farmer, living two and a half miles east of Gervais, suffered a paralytic stroke Tuesday morning, August 26, 1913, and died shortly after. Mr. Wade was born March 17, 1830, near Lincolnville, Maine. In 1855 he came to California via the Isthmas. Two years later he came to Parkersville, Oregon. In 1860 he married Jane Webb, a native of Indiana, who crossed the plains with her parents in 1847. He is survived by his wife, a son Frank Wade and daughters Ida Wade and Mrs. Minnie Siegmund, all of Gervais. The funeral services were held at the home at 10 o’clock Thursday and burial took place at the Pioneer cemetery. (uncited newspaper clipping) **
            The Wades were descendants from the Mayflower pilgrims and were made of the same heroic mettle as those pioneers of the bleak eastern Massachusetts coast of 1620." Steeves, Sarah Hunt, Book of Remembrance of Marion Co, Oregon, Pioneers 1840 - 1860, Portland, Oregon, The Berncliff Press, 1927 (Source: Mrs. W. L. Wade, 1926)" **
            • 1. Murray A.
            • 2. Frank Wade
            • 3. Ida Wade of Parkersville taught school
            • 4. William L. Wade
            • 5. Sarah G Wade taught school in Marion Co, at Parkerville. md __ Miner.
            • 6. Mary, was drowned in Maine
            • 7. Alfred Wade died at Salem, Oregon, November 4, 1874.
            • 8. Minnie Wade taught school for thirteen years md. Andrew R. Siegmund of Marion co, Oregon
            • 9. Malinda
            • 10. Lincoln
            • 11. Christina
            • 12.
            • 13.
          • 2. Tabitha Webb married ___ Stevens of Gervais
          • 3. Lucinda Webb b Apr 1864 Oregon d. 1 Jan 1922 Marion Co., Oregon buried Pioneer Memorial Cemetery md Warren Simmons 19 Jan 1885
            **Note: marriage: "Simmons, over 23 & Lucinda Webb, over 20, m 19 Jan 1885 at Courthouse in Salem; J. O'Donald, J. D. Aff: Ulysses Simmons. Wit: M. H. Chapman & A. M. Clough #3063 pg 87"
            **1880 CENSUS - James Webb, age 56, farmer, b. Ohio, Christina, age 56, b. Ohio, George, age 21, b. Oregon, Lucinda Webb, age 16, b. Oregon, Margrett, age 14, b. Oregon
            **1900 Census - Warren, age 38, farmer, b. Nov 1862 in Oregon, Lucinda Simmons, age 36, b. Apr 1864 in Oregon, Lydia, age 15, b. Oct 1884 b Oregon, Sadie, age 11 b Oregon, b. Mar 1889, b Oregon
          • 4. Mrs. L. K. Siegmund, of Salem
          • 5. Mary Webb md. ___ Groshong, of Jefferson
          • 6. Harriett Louise Webb md. ___Groshong, of Wilhoit , Ore.
          • 7. Annie Webb md. E. Taylor, of Gervais
          • 8. Sarah md __ Skeen, of Mollala
          • 9. Margaret "Margie" Webb b. 18 Nov 1866 Parkersville, Marion Co., Oregon d. 30 Nov 1920 Woodburn, Marion Co., Oregon , undertaker E. N. Hall, informant John J. Becker of Woodburn; buried Pioneer Memorial Cemetery md
            (1) Charles Jones, m 04 Apr 1888 , he was accidently killed October 5, 1893
            (2) 1896 John J. Becker **
            ---1880 CENSUS - Margrett Webb, age 14, b. Oregon, is enumerated with father James Webb, age 56, farmer, b. Ohio, and his wife, Christina, age 56, b. Ohio, along with George, age 21, b. Oregon, Lucinda, age 16, b. Oregon
            --- MARRIAGE - "Charles Jones, over 21 & Margaret Webb, over 18, m 04 Apr 1888 at the office of & by L. H. Poujade, J. P. Aff: H. D. Brown. Wit: Mrs. Sarah Michel & Mrs. Mary A. Poujade #3490 pg 514
            ---MARRIAGE - "J. J. Becker, over 21 & Margaret Jones, over 18, m 16 Feb 1898 at house of & by J. G. Mosher, M. G. Aff: W. B. Brown. Wit: Anna M. Becker & Charles Becker. #5451 pg 135"
            --- OBITUARY: rs. J. J. Becker of Woodburn, passed away at her home in that city on Nov. 30 1920, after a prolonged illness. Margie Webb was born near Parkersville this county on Nov. 18, 1866. In 1889 she married Charley Jones who was accidently killed October 5, 1893. In 1896 she married J.J. Becker. The Webb family were pioneers of this section and Mrs. Becker spent all her life here where she was well respected by all who knew her. She is survived by her husband J.J. Becker, two brothers, Frank Webb of Silverton and Don Webb of Woodburn, five sisters, Mrs. Jane Wade, Mrs. Tobitha Stevens, Mrs. Lucinda Simmons, Mrs.L.K. Siegmund, of Gervais and Mrs. Harrriett Groshong of Wilhoit, Ore. She was a member of the Presbyterian church and the Rebeka lodge. Funeral services were held Thursday at 1 o’clock p.m. at the Presbyterian church at Woodburn. Interment was made in the Pioneer cemetery. The Star joins with many friends in extending sympathy to the bereaved relatives. Gervais Star (undated)
          • 10. Frank Webb, of Silverton
          • 11. Don Webb of Woodburn,
          • 12. George W Webb b 31 Aug 1859 Oregon d.21 Apr 1909 , four miles S. of Gervais at the age of 50 years, Gervais, Marion Co., Oregon , undertaker John Weiss, informant Jake Becker of Gervais; buried Pioneer Memorial Cemetery md Alice M. Leabo, 31 Dec 1888 in Clackamas Co., Oregon. b. July 9 1869 d. Apr 20 1928
            ** 1880 CENSUS - George, age 21, b. Oregon, father James Webb, age 56, farmer, b. Ohio, and Christina, age 56, b. Ohio, along with Lucinda, age 16, b. Oregon, and Margrett, age 14, b. Oregon.
            **1900 CENSUS - George W. Webb, age 40, b. Aug 1859 in Oregon, occupation farmer, wife of 12 years, Alice M., age 30, She is the mother of 0 children.
            ** OBITUARY: George W. Webb is dead. He passed away Thursday morning after an extended illness. He was a native Oregonian and was born on the same place where he died. He leaves a wife and one child. The funeral arrangements were not agreed upon as we go to press. (uncited newspaper clipping dated 25 Apr 1909) ** **
        • 3. Thomas Webb
        • 4. John Webb
        • 5. Andrew Webb
        • 6. Joseph Webb
        • 7. Henry Webb b Feb. 18, 1851 d. June 8, 1853 ; buried Pioneer Memorial Cemetery
        • 8. Washington Webb
        • 9. Allen Webb
        • 10. Mary Webb
        • 11. Adalaide Webb
      • 3. Mary "Polly" WEBB b circa 1785 probably in Franklin Co., VA. d 4 Jun 1818 Union Co., IN; married Martin Kingery (1775-1865),7 Feb 1805 Greene Co., OH s/o Jacob and Franky Kingery. ; buried in the Witters Cemetery, Center Twp., Union Co., IN.
        --- Martin Kingery served as the administrator of the estate of James Webb along with his widow Lucy in 1808. Martin entered land in 1809 in Union Co., IN and again in 1814 in Franklin Co., IN. He appears in the 1820 Franklin Co., IN census. By 1830 they had moved to Union Co., IN where Martin died in 1865.
      • 4. Austin WEBB b15 Oct 1786 VA. married Elizabeth WEBB (1791-1848), 14 Feb 1811 Montgomery Co., OH d/o Cuthbert Webb and Mary JARRELL. d 12 May 1859 ; buried in the Fallis Cemetery, Greene Co., OH. His will was recorded 4 Jun 1859 Greene Co., OH. **
        • 1.Henry Webb
        • 2. John Webb
        • 3. Andrew Webb
        • 4. Austin Webb
        • 5. Allen Webb
        • 6. George Webb
        • 7. James Webb
        • 8. Mary Webb
        • 9. Lucy Webb
        • 10. William Webb
        • 11. Theodore Webb
        • 12. Clarissa Webb
      • 5. James WEBB Jr. was born 11 Aug 1789 Franklin Co., VA. married 24 Dec 1812 Greene Co., OH to Elizabeth SMITH born circa 1792 NJ. ** He was drafted Aug 1812 at Xenia, Greene Co., IN. Private in the company of Capt. Ammis Malby the first regiment of the Ohio Militia. 1854 bounty land application made at Franklin Co., IN. Will made 18 Dec 1851, recorded 7 Dec 1857. Died 20 Aug 1857 Bloomington, Franklin Co., IN.
        • 1.John Webb
        • 2. Austin Webb
        • 3. Benjamin Franklin Webb
        • 4. Mary Webb
        • 5. James Webb
        • 6. Rev. Thomas S. Webb.
      • 6. Henry WEBB was born about 1793. married Clarissa Webb 4 Feb 1813 Preble Co., OH [ possibly the widow of Adrian Webb??] dau of __ and ___
        --- His will was recorded 20 Feb 1818 and mentions only his "wife and all my children." Witnesses were Austin Webb and Michael Kingery.
        • 1. Henry Webb
        • 2. James Webb
        • 3. Isham Webb
        • 4. Mary Webb
      • 7. Lucy WEBB was born circa 1802. married 31 Dec 1822 Greene Co., OH Jonathan Swadner (1797-1835).
      • 8. Valentine WEBB of Franklin Co., IN married (1) Elizabeth__ (2) Ann.
      • 9. Barbary WEBB married <1832 Henry Shank
    • 3. Susannah WEBB
    • 4. Mary H. WEBB
    • 5. Austin WEBB
    • 6. John WEBB
    • 7. Cuthbert WEBB
    • 8. William WEBB
    • 9. Robert WEBB



  • Henry "Hal" Webb b. abt 1750, Franklin Co., Va d. abt 1845, Carroll Co., Va married 1780 Susanna Cock (Cox) Henry Co, Virginia b. 1763 d. 1847, Carroll Co., Va., buried in Webb-Thompson Cem., Snake Creek, Carroll Co. Va. d/o John Cocke (1724-~1790) & Mary "Elizabeth" Goad (1726-1799) ** ** **
    --- 1782 Montgomery Co, Va Survey Bk A, p 61, Henry Webb surveyed 80 acres on Burks Fork.
    --- 1788 Montgomery Co tax list, 29 Aug, Henry Webb, no WM 16-21, no slaves, 1 horse.
    --- 1789 Montgomery Co tax list, Burks Fork and Greasy Creek, Indian Ridge, 20 Aug, Henry Webb, no WM 16-21, no slaves, 1 horse.
    --- 1792/93 Montgomery Co tax list N, Henry Webb.
    --- 1793 Wythe Co, Va tax list A, Henry Webb.
    --- 1795 Grayson Co, Va tax list, Henry Webb.
    --- 1798 Grayson Co Deed Bk 1, p 190: Henry Webb purchased 120 acres on Snake Creek from Randolph Collier.
    --- 1810, 2 Apr: Grayson Co tax list, Henry Webb, 2-0-0.
    --- 1815 Grayson Co tax list, Henry Webb, 2 WM>16, 3 horses, 13 cattle, $1.02.
    --- 1820 Grayson Co census, p 53A, Henry Webb, 02021-00101.
    --- 1830 Grayson Co census (Image 83), p 286, Henry Webb, 1100100001-000010001.
    --- 1840 Grayson Co census, Eastern Dist, p 281, Henry Webb, 00000000001-0000000001.
    • 1. Susanna Webb 1782 d. 1860 married Benford Dickens / Dickerson s/o Thomas Dickens & Mary "Millie" Cock
    • 2. James Austin Webb b. 1783, Va Montgomery Co, Va d. May 28, 1870 Carroll Co., Va md .
      (1) Sarah Rachel "Sallie" Goad 1801 Grayson Co VA b. 1787, Montgomery Co, Va d. Sept 1854 in Carroll Co., Va. buried at Isiah Largen Farm, Va ; d/o Robert Goad (1750-1836) & Isabelle ___ (-1845)
      (2) Rebecca Edwards August 26, 1856 in Carroll Co., Va - b.abt. 1811 Carroll Co, Va d. 1860-1906
      He is buried in Isaiah Largen's Farm, Va along with Rebecca.
      ---He was 6 feet tall, dark haired, blue eyed, and fair complected (From his Pension application for the War of 1812 at the National Archives)
      ---He served in the War of 1812.
      ---A statement by Bryson Edwards on August 24, 1885 stated that James: "divided about all of his property with his children before his marriage with the said Rebecca, and consequently at his death left her, almost destitute of any means of support."
      ---Rebeca and James has 12 children ** **
      --- GOAD, Robert. Will proved March 1836. Names wife, Jsbell and children, Sarah Webb (wife of James A.), Aaron and Mary Nester (wife of William) **
      • 1. Cuthbert Webb "Cut" b. February 9, 1802 Grayson Co, Virginia d. October 14, 1878 md. Sarah Nester Dec 30 1824 Grayson Co,Va. b. 1801 d. 1875
        --- ** 30 Dec 1824 in Grayson Co, VA, marriage return Cutberth Webb & Sarah Nester
        • 1. Crockett Webb b1824 Grayson Co, Va d 1849 md. Rachel Marshall March 13 1849 Carroll Co, Va b 1823 Va
        • 2. Catherine Webb b 1828 Grayson Co, Va md Lewis Pucket August 6 1846 Surry Co, NC b 1828
        • 3. James Nester "Jim" Webb b. April 30, 1830 Grayson Co, Va d. October 3, 1898 Carroll Co, Va md. Lucinda Stanley June 7, 1849 Carroll Co, Va b. Dec 19, 1830 Grayson Co, Va d. September 15, 1889 Carroll Co, Va *----*
          • 1 Edward Webb b.October 5, 1852 Carroll Co, Va May 12, 1899
          • 2 Mahala Webb b.November 25, 1854 Carroll Co, Va October 3, 1889 Carroll Co, Va
          • 3 Cuthbert B. Webb b.October 11, 1856 Carroll Co, Va December 14, 1949
          • 4 John Stanley Webb b.December 17, 1859 Carroll Co, Virginia
          • 5 Isham Webb 1864 b.Carroll Co, Va July 15, 1866 Carroll Co, Va
          • 6 James A. Webb b.April 22, 1867 Carroll Co, Virginia June 13, 1942
          • 7 Isaac Webb b.June 12, 1869 Carroll Co, Va April 10, 1956
          • 8 Doctor Greely Webb b.September 22, 1872 Carroll Co, Va March 6, 1946 md Diana Frances Goad 1893 **
          • 9 Mary E. Webb b.August 21, 1875 Carroll Co, Va
          • 10 Jacob Webb b.May 6, 1861 Carroll Co, Va
        • 4. Nancy Webb b. 1832 Grayson Co, Va md. Hasten Marshall October 19, 1853 Carroll Co, Va
        • 5. Susannah Webb b. 1835 Grayson Co, Va md. Nathaniel Puckett May 22, 1855 Carroll Co, Va
        • 6. John Webb b. 1838 Grayson Co, Virginia d in the Civil War md. Paulina Boyd November 17, 1857 Carroll Co, Virginia b. 1835
          --- Pvt., Co. G, 63rd VA**
        • 7. Jacob Webb b. 1839 Grayson Co, Virginia d. Augut 12, 1864 in the Civil War at Nashville, TN, of chronic diarrhoea (prisoner of war) md.Paulina E. Harley September 20, 1860 Carroll Co, Virginia b. 1843
          --- Cpl. Co. G, 54th VA **
        • 8. Rachel Webb b. 1841 Grayson Co, Virginia d. March 19, 1877 Carroll Co, Virginia md. December 23, 1858 Carroll Co,Va Archable Stuart Marshall b. January 27, 1836 Grayson Co, Virginia d. April 17, 1875 Carroll Co, Virginia
        • 9. Mary "Polly" Webb b.July 11, 1844 Carroll Co, Virginia d. August 20, 1875 Carroll Co, Virginia md.
          (1) Jessie Dickens, Jr. May 9, 1861 Carroll Co, Virginia - b. 1839 Grayson Co, Virginia d. November 23, 1863 in the hospital in Marietta, Ga. He is buried in the Confederate Cem. in Marietta, Ga.
          --- He served in Co.G 54th Va. Inf. CSA as a Sgt. **
          (2) William Jefferson "Billy" Bowman August 24, 1865 Carroll Co, Virginia -b. June 15, 1845 Carroll Co, Virginia d. 1880
          • 1 John Franklin Dickens/Bowman b.February 6, 1861 Carroll Co, Virginia
          • 2 William Lacy Bowman b.July 21, 1866 Carroll Co, Virginia d. October 16, 1953
          • 3 Sara Louisa "Sary" Bowman b.March 26, 1869 Carroll Co, Virginia
          • 4 James Samuel Madison "Matt" Bowman b.March 10, 1873 Carroll Co, Virginia d. May 31, 1952 md. September 27, 1893 Carroll Co, Virginia
        • 10. Sarah "Sally" Webb b. 1849 Carroll Co, Virginia md.
          (1) Webb Dickens b. 1842 Grayson Co, Virginia d. 1900 Carroll County, Virginia md June 29, 1865 Carroll Co, VA
          (2) Floyd Dillard md 1870 Carroll Co, Virginia
      • 2. Robert "Robin" Webb b. 1805 Grayson Co, Virginia d. February 4, 1884 m. Catherine Elizabeth Nester "Betsy"July 28 1825 Grayson Co Va b. 1801 Grayson Co, Virginia d. October 26, 1891
        --- ** 23 Jul 1825 in Grayson Co, VA, marriage bond Robert Webb & Elizabeth Nester, d/o Catharine
        • 1. Anderson Webb b Dec 8 1829 in Grayson Co, Va d. July 1, 1899 Carroll Co Va. md Mahalia Martin October 5, 1848. dau of Daniel Martin (s/o Giles Martin and Nancy Ingram) and Mary Jane "Jinnie" Gardner (d/o James Gardner and Tobitha Martin). b. July 28, 1828 d July 31, 1907 in Carroll Co Va. They are buried in Banks Cemetery, Carroll Co., Va.
          James Gardner and Tobitha Martin [dau of William Martin and Delphia Walden] are my 4th G Grandparents on the Gardner tree line
          ---Anderson's occupation: farmer.
          ---1850 Carroll Co census, p 357, #585/585, Anderson Webb,21 Va, farmer, $250, Mahala,23 Va, Jane,6/12 Va.
          --- 1860 Carroll Co census, p 860, #614/618, Anderson Webb,30 Va, farmer, $3110, $758, Mahaly,31 Va, Jane,10 Va, Louisa,8 Va, Nancy A.,6 Va, Daniel,4 Va, James M.,2 Va, John S.,6/12 Va, Armistead Marshall,4 Va.
          ---1870 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, p 442, #284/286, Anderson Webb,41 Va, farmer, $300, --, Mahala,42 Va, Jane,20 Va, Louisa, 18 Va, Nancy A.,16 Va, Daniel M.,14 Va, James M.,12 Va, Anderson A.,8 Va, Mahala M.,5 Va, Isaac J.,1 Va.
          ---1880 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, p 44A, #418/418, Anderson Webb,62 Va, farmer, Mahala,50 Va, A. Alexander,16 Va, works on farm, Mahala M.E.,14 Va, Isaac J.,11 Va, Ruth,5 Va.
          ---1900 Patrick Co, Va census, Dan River Dist, ED 58, sheet 9A, #147/149, Mahalia Webb, Jul 1828 Va (wid, mo-in-law, 1 ch, 1 living), living with Isham and Jane Barnard family.
          • 1. Jane Webb, b 25 Dec 1849 Carroll Co, d 29 Feb 1940, m Isham Nathaniel Thompson Barnard 18 Feb 1873 Carroll Co , b 19 Feb 1853 Patarick Co, d 21 Nov 1938, s/o James Barnard and Elizabeth Thompson. They are buried at Terry- Barnard family Cemetery
            ---1900 Patrick Co census, Dan River Dist, ED 58, sheet 9A, #147/149, Isham N. Barnard, Feb 1853 Va, farmer, Jane, Dec 1849 Va (marr 27 yrs, 7 ch, 7 living), Marcella M., Sep 76 Va, James A., Mar 79 Va, William E., May 81 Va, Nancy A., May 83 Va, Mattie J., Oct 86 Va, Ruth E., Sep 89 Va, Mahalie Webb, Jul 1828 (wid, mo-in-law, 1 ch, 1 living).
            ---1910 Patrick Co census, Dan River Dist, ED 74, sheet 6A, #91/91, I.N.T. Barnard,59 Va, farmer, general farm, Jane,60 Va (marr 38 yrs, 7 ch, 7 living), Ada,24 Va, Ruth,20 Va.
            ---1920 Patrick Co census, Dan River Dist, ED 125, sheet 2A, #15/15, Isham N.T. Barnard,66 Va, farmer, general farm, Jane,70 Va, Ada,35 Va.
            ---1930 Patrick Co census, Dan River Dist, ED 71-3, sheet 13B, #248/252, Isham N. Barnard,77 Va (marr age 19, father-in-law),Jane,80 Va (marr age 16, mother-in-law), living with Samuel L. and Mattie J. Jessup family.
            • 1 Marcella M.Barnard b Sep 1876 Va
            • 2 James A. Barnard b Mar 1879 Va
            • 3 William E. Barnard b May 1881 Va
            • 4 Nancy A. Barnard b May 1883 Va
            • 5 Ada Barnard b 1885
            • 6 Mattie J. Barnard b Oct 1886 Va
            • 7 Ruth E. Barnard b Sep 1889 Va
          • 2. Louisa Webb, b 10 Oct 1851 Patrick Co, d 5 Mar 1936 Patrick Co, m Elisha Patterson Barnard 21 Apr 1874 Carroll Co, b 15 Apr 1855 Carroll Co, d 17 Oct 1914, s/o James Barnard and Elizabeth Thompson. They are buried at Terry-Barnard Cem.
            ---1880 Patrick Co census, Dan River Dist, p 14D, #124/131, E.P. Barnard,25 Va, farmer, Louisa,27 Va, Louisa,5 Va, Mahala,1 Va.
            ---1900 Patrick Co census, Dan River Dist, ED 58, sheet 9A, #145/147, Patterson E. Barnard, Apr 1855 Va, farmer, Louisa, Oct 1851 Va (marr 25 yrs, 5 ch, 5 living), Allie M., Nov 78 Va, John R., Jan 85 Va, farm laborer, Walter L., Oct 89 Va, farm laborer, Lelia A., Apr 95 Va.
            ---1910 Patrick Co census, Dan River Dist, ED 74, sheet 6B, #100/100, E.P. Barnard,54 Va, farmer, general farm, Louisa,58 Va (marr 36 yrs, 5 ch, 5 living), Alice,31 Va, teacher, John R.,25 Va, school teacher, Lelia A.,15 Va.
            ---1920 Patrick Co census, Dan River Dist, ED 125, sheet 1B, #10/10, Louisa Barnard,67 Va (wid, mother), living with John R. and Sallie A. Barnard family.
            ---1930 Patrick Co census, Dan River Dist, ED 71-3, sheet 13A, #2246/250, Louisa Barnard,78 Va (marr age 22, mother), living with John R. and Sally A. Barnard family.
            • 1 Louisa Barnard b 1875 Va
            • 2 Allie/Alice Mahala Barnard b Nov 1878 Va -teacher
            • 3 John R. Barnard b Jan 1885 Va md Sallie A ___ . He was a teacher
              ---1920 Patrick Co census, Dan River Dist, ED 125, sheet 1B, #10/10, Louisa Barnard,67 Va (wid, mother), living with John R. and Sallie A. Barnard family
              ---1930 Patrick Co census, Dan River Dist, ED 71-3, sheet 13A, #2246/250, Louisa Barnard,78 Va (marr age 22, mother), living with John R. - Sally A. Barnard family
            • 4 Walter L. Barnard b Oct 1889 Va
            • 5 Lelia A. Barnard b Apr 1895 Va
          • 3. Nancy Ann Webb, b 26 Oct 1853 Va, d 10 Jun 1924 Carroll Co, buried at Heath Banks Cem, m Cassell Banks 18 Feb 1873 Carroll Co, b 29 Oct 1853 Carroll Co, d 29 Jan 1924 Carroll Co, buried Joel H. Banks Cem, s/o Joseph (Joe) Banks (s/o William Banks and Mary Martin) and Mary W. Scott (d/o Thomas Scott and Sallie Shelor).
            ---1880 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, p 53D, #606/606, Cassell Banks,26 Va, farmer, Nancy A.,26 Va, Lillie A.,6 Va, Dora Alice,5 Va, Mary P.,3 Va, Sarah M.,1 Va.
            ---1900 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, ED 2, sheet 24A, #427/439, Cassell Banks, Oct 1853 Va, farmer, Nancy A., Oct 1853 Va (marr 27 yrs, 11c h, 11 living), Lily A., Nov 73 Va, Dora A., Mar 76 Va, Francis J., Apr 81 Va, Arminda G., Feb 83 Va, Thomas W., May 85 Va, Lawrence J., Oct 87 Va, Joseph A., Jul 90 Va, Rosa E., Sep 92 Va, Stella E., May 95 Va.
            ---1910 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, ED 5, sheet 1A, #10/10, Cassell Banks,56 Va, farmer, home farm, Nancy A.,56 Va (marr 36 yrs, 11 ch, 11 living), Joseph A.,19 Va, laborer, farm, Rosa E.,17 Va, Stella O.,14 Va.
            ---1920 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, ED 4, sheet 11B, #188/198, Cassell Banks,66 Va, farmer, general farm, Nancy A.,66 Va.
            • 1 Lily A. Banks b Nov 1873 Va,
            • 2 Dora Alice. Banks b Mar 1876 Va,
            • 3 Mary P. Banks b 1877 Va,
            • 4 Sarah M. Banks b 1879 Va
            • 5 Francis J. Banks b Apr 1881 Va,
            • 6 Arminda G. Banks b Feb 1883 Va,
            • 7 Thomas W. Banks b May 1885 Va,
            • 8 Lawrence J. Banks b Oct 1887 Va,
            • 9 Joseph A. Banks b Jul 1890 Va,
            • 10 Rosa E. Banks b Sep 1892 Va,
            • 11 Stella E./O. Banks b May 1895 Va.
          • 4. Daniel W Webb, b Nov 1855 Carroll Co, md
            (1) Anaminida Turner 1874 **
            (2) Rebecca A. Houchens.
          • 5. James Madison Webb (Matt), b 28 Oct 1857 Va, md
            (1) Ulsey Goad 1832 b 1804 d 1850 , Floyd Co, Va
            (2) Nettie Moore 1879 **
            --- He left during the Civil War and did not return, leaving her and children (the last one is a little suspect since he was born when James Madison had been away for quite some time!) - and he started his 2nd family in WV.
            --- Later in life, she was a boarder with a Quesenberry - we do not know where she was buried, but her residence was in that area of Floyd County.
          • 6. John S. Webb, b ca 1860 Va. Not in 1870 census.
          • 7. Alexander Anderson (Alex) Webb, b 5 Feb 1863 Va, m Virginia Alice Webb.
          • 8. Mahala Malesia E. Webb, b Aug 1865 Va, d 1935, m Charles Lee Smith, 1885 b Apr 1865 Va, d 1941. They are buried at Reed Island Springs Church Cem.
            ---Charles was poss the Charles "S." Smith, age 5, listed with his parents George and Surinda (Lorinda Barnard) Smith in the 1870 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, #342/344.
            ---1900 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, ED 2, sheet 1A, #8/8, Charles L. Smith, Apr 1865 Va, farmer, Mahala M.E., Aug 1865Va (mar 15 yrs, 1 ch, 1 living), Marion W., Oct 85 Va.
            ---1910 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, ED 5, sheet 13A, #247/247, Charles L. Smith,45 Va, farmer, own farm, Mahala M.,44 Va (marr 25 yrs, 1 ch, 1 living), -son-Marion W.,24 Va, farming, Flora M.,22 Va (marr 5 yrs, 2 ch, 2 living), Elbert,3 Va, Ella,1 5/12 Va.
            ---1920 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, ED 5, sheet 15A, #282/288, Charles L. Smith,54 Va (father), laborer, home farm, Mahala M.,54 Va (mother), living with son Marion W. and Filora M. Smith
            ---1930 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, ED 18-6, sheet 7A, #145/145, Charles L. Smith,65 Va (marr age 19, father), laborer, farm, Mahala M.E.,64 Va (marr age 19, mother), living with son Marion W. and Flora M. Smith
            • 1 Marion W. Smith b Oct 1885 Va. md Flora M ___ 1905 b 1888 BR>---1910 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, ED 5, sheet 13A, #247/247, Marion W.,24 Va, farming, Flora M.,22 Va (marr 5 yrs, 2 ch, 2 living), Elbert,3 Va, Ella,1 5/12 Va.--living with his parents
              ---1920 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, ED 5, sheet 15A, #282/288, Marion W. and Filora M. Smith family.--Charles L. Smith,54 Va (father), laborer, home farm, Mahala M.,54 Va (mother),
              ---1930 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, ED 18-6, sheet 7A, #145/145, Marion W. and Flora M. Smith family.--Charles L. Smith,65 Va (marr age 19, father), laborer, farm, Mahala M.E.,64 Va (marr age 19, mother),
              • 1 Elbert Smith b 1906 Va
              • 2 Ella Smith b 1908 Va
          • 9. Isaac Jefferson (I.J.) Webb, b 13 Sep 1868 Carroll Co, md Victoria Avielene (Avia) Bolt.
          • 10. Ruth WEBB , b Aug 1874 Va, d 1915, m Isaac (Walker/Walter) Smith, b Apr 1874 Va, d 1929, s/o Isaac and Finette Smith. They are buried at Reed Island Springs Church Cem.
            ---Isaac m(2) Cora A. ____, b ca 1880 Va.
            ---1900 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, ED 3, sheet 20B, #366/373, Isaac W. Smith, Apr 1874 Va, farmer, Ruth, Aug 1874 Va(marr 2 yrs, 1 ch, 1 living), Rosea O., Feb 98 Va.
            ---1910 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, ED 5, sheet 13A, #246/246, Isaac W. Smith,34 Va, carpenter, home, Ruth,33 Va (marr 12 yrs, 3 ch, 3 living), Rosa O.,12 Va, Oscar C.,4 Va, Dorsie,1/12 Va.
            ---1920 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, ED 2, sheet 3B, #55/55, Isaac W. Smith,55 Va, farmer, gen farm, Cora A.,40 Va, Oscar C., 14 Va, Dorcie R.,9 Va.
            • 1 Rosea O. Smith b Feb 1898 Va.
            • 2 Oscar C.Smith b 1906 Va,
            • 3 Dorsie Smith b 1910 Va.
      • 3. Susannah Webb b. 1807 Grayson Co, Virginia d. February 12, 1863 Carroll Co Va md. Dr. Jesse Dickens Sept 19 1824 Grayson Co VA b. 1803 Grayson/Carroll Co, Virginia d. Sept 24 1868 Grayson/Carroll Co, Virginia ****
        --- ** 9 Sep 1824 in Grayson Co, VA, marriage return Jesse Dickens & Susanna Webb
        ---1860 > VIRGINIA > CARROLL > GLADESBORO P O Series: M653 Roll: 1339 Page: 862

        • 1 Thomas Dickens b. 1825 in Virginia
        • 2 Nancy Dickens b. 1826 in Grayson Co. Virginia
        • 3 Mary Dickens b. 1830 in Virginia
        • 4 Sarah Dickens b. 1832 in Grayson Co. Virginia
        • 5 Reuben Dickens b. 1835 in Grayson Co. Virginia
        • 6 Jesse Dickens Jr. b. 1839 in Grayson Co. Virginia
        • 7 Webb Dickens b. 1841 in Grayson Co. Virginia
          ---1880 > VIRGINIA > CARROLL > LAUREL CREEK DIST Series: T9 Roll: 1360 Page: 52
        • 8 John R. Dickens b. 1843 in Grayson Co. Virginia
        • 9 Susan Anna "Susie" Dickens b. 1844 in Grayson Co. Virginia b 1844 in Grayson Co. Virginia d 1929 in Carroll Co. Virginia md Joel E Bowman 10 DEC 1868 b. 22 Nov 1841 in Carroll Co. Virginia d 5 Mar 1889 in Carroll Co. Virginia son of Oliver Bowman and Louisa Banks . They are buried Dr. Jesse Dickens Cemetery
          ---1880 > VIRGINIA > CARROLL > LAUREL CREEK DIST Series: T9 Roll: 1360 Page: 52
          • 1 Amanda Ida Bowman married James Edwin ( Ed ) Bondurant d 1966
            --- Their roots are in Caroll County, Virginia. He was a farmer and owned a lot of land. He also donated the land for Flat Ridge Baptist Church to build on. The church is on Epworth Rd. in Cana, Caroll, Virginia. He and Amanda, Nora, and Ernest are buried there.
            --- James Edwin Bondurant remarried after Amanda's death in Dec 1932. His second wife was Nora ___ md 1934 Warren b1903 d1998. They had two daughters: Ruth Ann Bondurant; Hilda Bondurant
            ---1920 > VIRGINIA > CARROLL > FANCY GAP Series: T625 Roll: 1883 Page: 51

            ---1930 > VIRGINIA > CARROLL > FANCY GAP DIST (EAST PART) Series: T626 Roll: 2439 Page: 19
            • 1 Ernest E Bondurant b abt 1904 d abt 1940
            • 2 Susan Emily Bondurant b1 Jul 1907 d 28 Mar 2003 married Thomas Warren Davis in April 1935. son of Thomas Warren Davis Sr. and Mary Etta Snow. Their roots were in Mt Airy, Surry, North Carolina.
              • 1 Edward Whitman Davis b 24 Jan 1937 - living married Carolyn Sue Cook 18 Aug 1962 Lodi, Washington, Virginia. dau of Elder Mayford King Cook and Ollie Mae Branch. DeeAnna
                • 1 DeeAnna Michelle Davisb 1964 married
                  (1) William Clay Chrisley 1981 in Abingdon, Washington, Virginia. son of William Jackson Chrisley and Billie Lou Turner. of Radford, Va.
                  (2) Anthony Vincent Cuppari, 2004 b 1968 Long Island, New York son of Vincenzo Cuppari( immigrated to United States from Calabria, Italy in 1952 ) and Mary Romano ( Her parents immigrated from Calabria, Italy in 1927 ).
                  • 1 Joshua James Clay Chrisley b 1982
                  • 2 Jason Lyle Chrisley b 1983
                  • 3 Jessica Renee' Chrisley b 1984
                  • 4 William Joseph Chrisley b 1988
                  • 5 Jordan Davis Chrisley b 1993
                  • 6 Isabella Carolyn Cuppari b 2002
                • 2 Deborah (Dolly) Elizabeth Davis b 1966
                • 3 Dana Sue Davis b 1967
                • 4 David Whitman Davis b 1970
                • 5 Christina Dawn Davis b 1977
              • 2 Elizabeth (Betty) Davis b 1939 - living
              • 3 Mary Ann Davis b abt 1945 - living
            • 3 Nora Ida Bondurant b abt 1909 d abt 1993
            • 4 Ada L Bondurant died abt 1996
            • 5 Mary E Bondurant living
            • 6 Hester Alice Bondurant living
            • 7 Ruth Ann Bondurant b Jun 1935 - living
            • 8 Hilda Bondurant - living
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        • 10 Elizabeth Dickens b. 1848 in Grayson Co. Virginia
        • 11 Daniel Peter Dickens b. 7 Oct 1852 in Carroll Co. Virginia
        • 12 John Dickens b. 1856 in Virginia
      • 4. Mary Webb b. 1811 Grayson Co, VA, d. aft 1834 m. Elijah Largen Jan 23 1828 Grayson Co, VA, b. Jul 29 1810 d. Feb 11 1896
        ---** 23 Sep 1828 in Grayson Co, VA, marriage return Elijah Largen & Mary Webb
      • 5. Rhoda Nancy Webb b. 1815 Grayson Co, VA, md. Leroy "Lee" Brizendine May 27, 1830 Grayson Co, VA
      • 5. Isabelle Webb 1817 Grayson Co, VA, md. James Nester Feb 24 1831 Grayson Co VA, b. 1810 Montgomery Co VA
      • 6. Henry G. Webb b. 1818 Grayson Co VA, d. Nov 26, 1880 Carroll Co Va md.
        (1) Christena/Christina "Teeney" Sutphin Apr 23 1839 Grayson Co VA b. 1819 d. Oct 4 1872
        ---** 1 Apr 1839 in Grayson Co, VA, marriage bond 23 Apr 1839 in marriage return
        (2) Martha Marie Marshall b. 1841 Grayson Co, VA
        • 1 Granville Webb b c 1843 d d. 15 Aug 1864 in the Civil War at Camp Morton, IN, of malaria fever (prisoner of war) **
          --- Pvt., Co. I, 45th VA
      • 7. Isham G. Webb b. 1821 Grayson Co VA m. Nancy Dickerson b. 1820 Va
      • 8. Laurana Webb b. Jun 20 1825 Grayson Co Va, d. Dec 30 1906 Carroll Co Va m. Reubin Nester Dec 16 1841 Grayson Co b. Jan 13 1821 Grayson Co, d. Aug 10 1896 Carroll Co
      • 9. Lucy Webb b. 1828 Grayson County, Virginia md. ___ Marshall
    • 3. Mary "Polly" Webb b abt 1785 d abt 1876 buried in an unmarked grave at the Webb-Thompson Cemetery at Snake Creek in Carroll Co, Va. md Joseph Horton Aug 26, 1801 Grayson Co, Va. b. 1780 Surry Co, NC d. Dec 22 1876 Carroll Co, Va. buried at the Webb-Thompson Cemetery on Snake Creek in Carroll Co, Va.
      --- ** 26 Aug 1801 Grayson Co, VA marriage bond Joseph Horton & Mary Webb, d/o Henry
      --- Carroll County, Va census : 1850, 1860 , 1870. **
      • 1 Abraham Horton
      • 2 John Horton
      • 3 James Horton b abt 1803. died Dec 8, 1893, Carroll Co., Virginia. married Sarah Goad Novr 9, 1820.d 1890 in Carroll Co., Va
        • 1 female Horton, not named b and d 13 Nov 1858, age: 0 days, parents: James & Sarah Horton, informant: Sarah Horton **
        • 2 Rachel Horton b 1830 in Grayson Co., Va. md Washington McDonald Phibbs 25 March 1852, Carroll Co., Va b 11 Oct 1832 in Guilford Co., NC d 1 Mar 1916 in Ivanhoe, Wythe Co., Va son of John PHIBBS and Martha HOLLOWAY **
          --- CENSUS: 1860, Carroll County 647/651
          --- CENSUS: 1870, Carroll County PG267/265
          --- CENSUS: 1880, Carroll Co., VA PG106/106
          • 1 Mary Ann Melissa PHIBBS b 20 JAN 1853, Carroll Co, VA d MAY 1932, Carroll Co, buried Horton Cemetery md Lewis Garland HORTON 23 JAN 1875, Carroll Co, VA **
            • 1 Irena A.K. HORTON
            • 2 William R. HORTON
            • 3 Floyd McDance HORTON
            • 4 Posey G. HORTON
          • 2 Margaret Elizabeth PHIBBS b August 30, 1854 Carroll Co Va d 1927 Pulaski, Va md James Lewis Brinkley b Aug 9 1862 Mr Airy , Surry Co, NC d 1952 Pulaski, Va.
            ---1910 > VIRGINIA > WYTHE > LEADMINE Series: T624 Roll: 1652 Page: 96
            • 1 Maude Arneese Brinkley b June 25, 1891 Carroll Co VA d July 17 1974 md Hugh Woodson Farmer. b. August 21, 1878 in Carroll Co VA d Nov 4, 1940 in Pulaski, Va. [ Headstone reads Nov 2 1938 but died Nov 4 1940 ] in Pulaski, Va. . He was first married to Anna Jo McGlothlin. Hugh and Maude are buried in the Thornspring Methodist Church Cemetery in Pulaski.Va.
              Hugh Woodson Farmer son of JOHN FIELDEN FARMER and Temada Jane Snow; son of William Michael FARMER and Mary Ann "Polly" Bedsaul; son of Micheal FARMER Jr.and Alice SHOCKLEY my 8th Great Grandparents on my Farmer Tree Line
              -- **info from Curtis Farmer** -- Hugh met Maude Arneese Brinkley in Wythe County. Her father was a blacksmith for one of the mines. They married in the later part of 1910 or 1911 and wanted to move back to Carroll County on a piece of land that my granny said that some of his people owned on the old water plant road.
              VIEW the FARMER Lineage continued here
              • 1 Hattie FARMER md Walter Stuart
              • 2 Jestine FARMER md Hensel Hall
              • 3 Sylvia FARMER md John Hensel Hughett
              • 4 Ray Edward FARMER md Virginia Lucille Tolbert
                • 1 Curtis Ray FARMER md Jane Lynn Martin
                • 2 Jerry Wayne md Frances Gail Divita
                • 3. Judith Anne Farmer md Delbert Lee Strickland
              • 5 Robert Fielden FARMER
              • 6 Esther May FARMER md Joe Hendrickson.
              • 7 James Curtis Farmer
          • 3 Rhoda Jane PHIBBS b 1857 in Carroll Co., Va
          • 4 Carolina Matilda PHIBBS b 1858 in Carroll Co., Va
          • 5 Boyd M. PHIBBS b 1860 in Carroll Co., Va. d 15 Jul 1861 in Carroll Co., Va.
          • 6 Millie Arnecia PHIBBS b 8 Oct 1863 in Carroll Co., Va. md Hezekiah Franklin BUNN. **
            • 1 Robert Eldredge BUNN b 1884 in Carroll Co.,Va. d 1887 in Carroll Co., Va.
            • 2 Henry Guilford BUNN "Guilford" b 1886 in Carroll Co., Virginia.
            • 3 Edie Almira BUNN b 1888 in Carroll Co., Va. d 1889 in Carroll Co., Va.
            • 4 Marvin Thamer BUNN
            • 5 Rachel Anna BUNN "Anna" b 1892 in Carroll Co., Va
            • 6 John "Roscoe" BUNN b 1894 in Carroll Co., Va
            • 7 James "Claude" BUNN
            • 8 Jessie Florance BUNN
            • 9 Melissa Mae BUNN
            • 10 Helen "Sadie" BUNN
            • 11 Elsie Alice BUNN
            • 12 Charles Glenn BUNN
          • 7 Martha Alice PHIBBS
          • 8 Sarah Frances PHIBBS
          • 9 Effie W. PHIBBS
          • 10 Canada Calvin Calhoun PHIBBS
      • 4 Rachel "Polly" Horton b 1805, md John Henry Gardner Dec 19, 1822 in Grayson Co., Va. b. Dec 22, 1800 in Franklin Co. Va. d.1880 son of James Gardner and Tobitha Martin
      • 5 Benjamin Horton b 1804 Grayson Co, Va d 1887 md Mary Largen October 13, 1825, Grayson Co, Va b 1803 d 1880
        • 1 Anna Horton b 1825
        • 2 Lucy Horton b 1832
        • 3 Henry Horton b 1833 d aft 1910
        • 4 Vincent Horton b 1835 d 1918
        • 5 Rachel Horton b 1838
        • 6 Jacob Horton b 1841 d aft 1880
      • 6 Susanna Horton b abt 1808
      • 7 Henry Horton b 1811 Grayson Co, Va. d aft 1880 md Susannah Goad 1834 b 1814 d 1864
        --- 1860 > VIRGINIA > CARROLL > HILLSVILLE P O Series: M653 Roll: 1339 Page: 817
        • 1 Jeston Horton
        • 2 Celia Horton b 1838
        • 3 Benjamin J. Horton b 1839 d 1915
        • 4 Jane Horton b 1840
        • 5 Newell Horton b 1849 d 1928
        • 6 Isaac Horton b 1852
        • 7 Ira Horton b 1855 d 1891
        • 8 Eda Horton b 1857
      • 8 Lucy Horton b about 1813.
      • 9 Isaac Horton b about 1815.
      • 10 Jacob Horton b 1820 Carroll Co, Va d 1890 Carroll Co, Va. md Margaret Phibbs Jan 23, 1847 Carroll Co, Va. b 1828 d 1913
        • 1 Charles W. Horton b 1848 d 1924 buried Mountain Plains UMC Cemetery
        • 2 Martha Lavinia Horton b 1849 d 1907
        • 3 Nancy Horton b 1851
        • 4 John W. Horton b 1853 d 1880
        • 5 Jefferson T. Horton b 1855
        • 6 Eli J. Horton b 1857 d 1934
        • 7 Lucinda Horton b 1860
        • 8 Thomas Horton b 1867
      • 11 Mary Horton b abt 1821
      • 12 Joseph Horton, Jr. b Jan 1825, Grayson Co Va d 1915 md
        (1) Mary Bobbit b 1835 d 1888
        (2) Elizabeth Midkiff 1891
        • 1 Lydia Horton b 1847
        • 2 Alverta Horton b 1850
        • 3 Eveline b 1852
        • 4 Lucinda Horton b 1861
        • 5 Sarah Ann M. Horton b 1869 d after 1880
        • 6 Clementine Horton
      • 13 Andrew Horton b 1829 d December 9, 1864 at Camp Morton md
        (1) Barsheba Dickerson February 9, 1847 Carroll Co, Va b 1822 d bef 1860, sister of Susannah Dickerson
        (2) Mary Ann E. Barwick March 17, 1859 Carroll Co Va
        --- Barsheba Dickerson earlier married Giles Webb b 1817 d bef 1847 son of Andrew Webb and Catherine "Kate" Cox.
        • 1 Giles C. Horton
      • 14 William Riley Horton b1832 md Annice Hardy
        • 1 Paulina Horton.
    • 4. Andrew Webb b 1787 Montgomery Co VA, d. 1874 md. Catherine Cock 1808 Grayson Co VA, b. 1792 d. 1876 dau of Andrew Cock and Penelope Ward Clifton **
      --- 1850 CARROLL CO., VA CENSUS ,328, Andrew Webb 63 m Farmer Catharine 58 f James 27 m Farmer Mary A. 35 f John 16 m Farmer Rachel 5/12 f
      ---1860 CARROLL CO., VA CENSUS ,545/549, Reuben Horton 40 m- Miller , Lucy 37 f , Elizabeth 20 f ,Sarah A. 13 f, Jasper 11 m, John R. 9 m, Susan 5 f , James M. 5/12 m, Andrew Webb 78 mCatherine 75 f
      • 1. Phariba WEBB b. Mar 27 1809 Smyth Co VA, d. Jun 1 1892 Smyth Co m. John Huge "Jehu" DALTON on 29 SEP 1825, Grayson Co, VA b. Mar 2 1805 Grayson Co VA, d. Oct 22 1888 Adams Co IL s/o Timothy Dalton & Elizabeth "Betsy" Phillips **
        • 1 Hannah Dalton
        • 2. Sarah Jane Dalton
        • 3 Lewis Columbus Dalton
        • 4 Amelia Dalton
        • 5 Phariba Dalton
        • 6 Malinda A. Dalton
        • 7 Lucy Dalton
        • 8 Maria Dalton
        • 9 Hester A. Dalton
        • 10 Irene Dalton
        • 11 Mahala Dalton
        • 12 Catherine America Dalton
      • 2 William WEBB b. 1811, Grayson Co, VA, md. Margaret Amelia DALTON 15 Sept 1831, Grayson Co, VA b 1813 Grayson Co., V
        ---** 15 Sep 1831 in Grayson Co, VA, marriage bond William Webb & Emilia Dalton, d/o Timothy
        ---1850 Census Scott Co VA #1157 William Webb M50 farmer VA Mary F47 VA Harlan M18 farmer VA Randolph M16 farmer VA Jacob M14 VA John M M10 VA Harrison M8 VA Andrew M6 VA Samuel M4 VA Riggs, John M21 farmer VA Ash, Nathan M24 VA Ash, Harriet F20 VA
        --- 1860 Census Carroll County 641/645 *****
        • 1. Harlan WEBB b 1832
        • 2. Randolph WEBB b 1834
        • 3. Jacob WEBB b 1836
        • 4. John WEBB b 1840
        • 5. Harrison WEBB b 1842
        • 6. Andrew C WEBB b 1844
        • 7. Samuel WEBB b 1846
        • 8. Giles WEBB
        • 9. Hannah Jane WEBB
        • 10. Rachel Catherine WEBB
      • 3 Tabitha WEBB b. 1813, Grayson Co, VA, d. 1880 md. Thomas HALL on 28 OCT 1833 **
        ---** 28 Oct 1822 in Grayson Co, VA, marriage bond Thomas Hall & Tabith Webb, d/o Andrew
        --- He was a survivor of Pickett's charge at the battle of gettsburg on July 3rd 1863
        • 1 James Hall b 1834 in Carroll Co., Va. d June 1861 md Elizabeth Ann Phibbs,1 Nov 1855 Carroll Co., Va. dau of John Phibbs and Martha Halloway,
        • 2 John Baskerville Hall b 1838 Carroll Co. Va md Thursa Ayers, Jan 22 1874 Carroll Co Va. b 1842 Carroll C Va. dau of Lamuel Ayers and Anna
          • 1 S.G.P. Hall b nov 28 1874 Carroll Co. Va. md Sarha A Bond Dec 5, 1895 in Carroll Co. Va.
          • 2 Matilda E.C. Hall b dec 27, 1877, in Carroll co. Va md. William J Ayers son of Henry W Aryers and Lucy Elizabeth Aryers. in carroll Co Va.
        • 3 William M "Doc" Hall b May 14, 1839 Carroll Co. Va d Sept 1920 in Carroll Co., Va. buried Webb-Thompson Cem., Snake Creek, Carroll Co., Va. md
          (1) Catherine Rachel?/ Matilda Catherine Padgett Jan 20, 1859 Carroll Co Va. b 1840 NC. buried Webb-Thompson Cem., Snake Creek, Carroll Co., Va.
          (1) Louise Alderman March 7, 1901 Carroll Co. Va. b 1837, d abt 1901.
          (1) Sarah Ann Horton, 26 March 1902 Carroll Co. Va b abt 1846 Carroll Co Va d July 23, 1917 Carroll Co, Va.
          ---1920 Census : Living with his son Joseph B. Hall --. Listed as a widow.
          • 1 James Andrew Hall
          • 2 John Henry Hall
          • 3 Rachel Allice Hall
          • 4 Joseph Benjamin Hall
        • 4 Juliana / Julia Ann Hall b.c1843 Va d April 15 1922 buried in Webb-Thompson Cem. Snake Creek, Carroll Co., Va md George Booth.
        • 5 Alfred Hall b 1845
        • 6 Susan Jane Hall. b circa 1847 in Va married ___Taylor
        • 7 Isaac Hall b 1848
        • 8 Lucy K. Hall b 1852 in Carroll Co Va d. march 30 ,1940. married Ervil E. Ayers nov 14, 1874 in Carroll Co Va
        • 9 Thomas G. Hall b circa 1855
        • 10 Millie Malinda b. April 1 1856 Carroll Co Va d April 2, 1939 in Mullins, WV md William Franklin York Nov 1, 1875 Carroll Co. Va.
      • 4 Mary A. WEBB b. 1815 md. James WEBB son of ___ and ___
      • 5 Giles WEBB b. 1815
      • 6 Peter WEBB b. 1818 d. 1896 md. Susannah DICKERSON *****
        • 1 Jacob WEBB
        • 2 Paulina Katherine WEBB
        • 3 Iteria WEBB
        • 4 Barsheba WEBB
        • 5 Joseph WEBB
        • 6 Sarah Ann WEBB
        • 7 Francis Marion WEBB
        • 8 John WEBB
        • 9 Emily WEBB
      • 7 Lucy WEBB b 1821, Grayson Co, VA, md Reuben HORTON on 7 JUN 1845, Carroll Co, VA
        ** 1860 CARROLL CO., VA CENSUS ,545/549, Reuben Horton 40 m- Miller , Lucy 37 f , Elizabeth 20 f ,Sarah A. 13 f, Jasper 11 m, John R. 9 m, Susan 5 f , James M. 5/12 m, Andrew Webb 78 mCatherine 75 f ****
        • 1 Elizabeth HORTON
        • 2 Sarah A. HORTON
        • 3 Jasper Newton HORTON
        • 4 John Henderson HORTON
        • 5 Hannah Susan HORTON
        • 6 James Marion HORTON
        • 7 Reuben A. HORTON
        • 8 Lucinda J. HORTON
      • 8 James (Long Jim) WEBB b.1823, Grayson Co, VA, d. 2 Oct. 1884, Carroll Co, VA, [The Carroll Death Record :Cause of death : Dropped dead ] md. Mary Ann "Polly" HALL on 11 JAN 1849, Carroll Co, VA, [born 1815 in Franklin Co/Halifax Co,VA, and died Aft. 1880 in ? Carroll Cty, Va Death date is unknown]
        ---James was a brother to Thomas Hall Jr.'s wife, Tabitha. Marriage Surety Bond was posted by Richard Groom Hall, Mary Ann's brother.
        ---1850 census at age 35 married and living in her father-in-law's home.
        ---1860, Carroll County 297/298
        ---1870, Carroll County LF41/41 - James Webb age46. Mary Ann age 55.-living with just his wife next door to their son-in-law Abner Gardner
        ---1880, Carroll Co., VA PG84/84 Living in the home of Abner Gardner
        ---Mary Ann "Polly" HALL: joined the Laurel Fork Primitive Baptist Church in December 1847 as reported by the minutes; "By a former request agreed that the church set this evening at William Webb's to receive members and at the evening Cleveling Webb and Polly Hall was rec'd by experience." **
        • 1. Rachel WEBB b. 1849
        • 2. Louisiana WEBB b. October 1851, Carroll Co, VA d. February 29, 1916, Carroll Co, VA. md. Abner GARDNER s/o Daniel A GARDNER & Nancy SPENCE ** Louisiana WEBB b. October 1851, Carroll
          --- Daniel A Gardner was father of Abner...William M Gardner was father of Daniel A... and James Gardner and Tobitha Martin were parents to William M Gardner.
          James Gardner and Tobitha Martin are my 4th G grandparents on my Gardner tree line
        • 3. Elizabeth WEBB b. 1854
      • 9 Andrew C. WEBB b. 6 MAY 1825, Grayson Co, VA, d. 6 MAY 1902, Carroll Co, VA, buried Webb Cemetery md. Charlotte PADGETT 1844, Surry Co, NC
        --- CENSUS: 1850, Carroll Co., VA 665 **CENSUS: 1860, Carroll County 646/650 **CENSUS: 1870, Carroll County LF374/376 **CENSUS: 1880, Carroll County LF84/84 **
        • 1. Theresa A. WEBB
        • 2. Greenville WEBB
        • 3. Lucinda WEBB
        • 4. Catherine WEBB
        • 5. Malesia E. WEBB
        • 6. Louisa F. WEBB
        • 7. Martha E. WEBB
        • 8. Irena J. WEBB
        • 9. William A.C. WEBB
        • 10. Phillip Marion WEBB
        • 11. Mildred Malinda WEBB
      • 10. John R. WEBB b. 11 April 1835 md. Susannah WEBB dau of William Webb and "Katie" Catherine Dickerson dau of Leonard Dickerson **
        ---** 22 Dec 1825 in Grayson Co, VA, marriage bond William Webb & Catherine Dickerson, d/o Leonard
        ---1860 > VIRGINIA > CARROLL > HILLSVILLE P O Series: M653 Roll: 1339 Page: 817

        --- 1870, CENSUS Carroll County LF67/68
        • 1. Sarah WEBB b. Oct 1856, Carroll Co, VA md. William WEBB aft 1875 b. Jan 1844, Grayson Co, VA s/o Martin WEBB & Frances ____
          • Children listed under William Webb son of Martin Webb and Frances __ Section below
        • 2. Allen F. WEBB b. 1859 d.>1870
        • 3. Annis WEBB b. 1861, Carroll Co, VA d. <1889 md. Andrew Wilson WEBB 12 DEC 1881, Raleigh Co, WV s/o Austin WEBB & Sarah DICKENS **
          • 1. Sarah Louisa WEBB
          • 2. Charles WEBB
          • 3. Elizabeth WEBB
          • 4. Unnamed WEBB
        • 4. Mary E. WEBB b. Jan 1867 md. William T. MORRIS
          • 1. Sewell MORRIS
        • 5. William J. WEBB b. 1868
        • 6. Julian WEBB b. 1871 md. Wash PAULEY
    • 5. Giles Webb b. 1790 in Henry, Virginia d. 1860 Drew's Creek, Raleigh Co, WV md Rachel Horton May 10, 1807 in Patrick Co, Va b. 1785, Stokes Co, NC d.1850s Raleigh Co, WV d/o John Horton and Anna Green
      ** Info found also states he married Mollie Ward **
      ---In the 1830's he sold out in Carroll County, Virginia and removed to Indiana. "Settled about thirty miles from Indianapolis where they lived for three years, removed to Highland County, Ohio where they lived for about one year, then moved again to a point on the Kanawha River near Malden. After a while moved to Big Coal River, and moved again in 1848/50 to Drews Creek in Raleigh Co." He died in 1860 in Raleigh Co, WV. ** ** ** ** **
      • 1. Martin Webb babt 1809 Grayson Co, VA d. Raleigh Co, WV md. Frances ___
        • 1. Martin WEBB md Harriet VEALEY
          • 1. Legrand S. WEBB b. 1879, Raleigh Co, WV md Mahala WEBB 17 AUG 1904 b. MAR 1888 dau of [Sarah WEBB dau of John R. WEBB and Susannah WEBB dau of William Webb and "Katie" Catherine Dickerson] and [William WEBB s/o Martin WEBB & Frances ___ ]
        • 2. William WEBB b. Jan 1844, Grayson Co, VA md Sarah WEBB aft 1875 b. Oct 1856, Carroll Co, VA dau of John R. WEBB b. 11 April 1835 md. Susannah WEBB dau of William Webb and "Katie" Catherine Dickerson ** **
          • 1. Minerva WEBB b. 1883
          • 2. Ida C. WEBB b. March 1886 md. Otie H. LAFFERTY 25 SEP 1912
          • 3. Mahala WEBB b. MAR 1888 md. Legrand S. WEBB 17 AUG 1904 b. 1879, Raleigh Co, WV [ Legrand, s/o Martin WEBB & Harriet VEALEY s/o Martin WEBB & Frances ___ s/o Giles WEBB & Rachel HORTON ]
            • 1. Children listed under Legrand S Webb s/o Martin son of Martin s/o Giles Webb and Rachel Horton section
          • 4. Susannah WEBB
          • 5. Lewis WEBB
      • 2. James A. Webb b. Abt. 1811 in Grayson Co, VA d. Abt. 1886 md.
        (1) Sarah Gillmore
        (2) Mary Milam 15 Aug 1872, Raleigh Co, WV **
        • 1. Leah Ann Webb, b.15 Oct 1842 d. 6 Jan 1914 buried in Dickens Cemetery, Pine Knob, Raleigh Co., W.Va. md 27 Aug 1857, in Raleigh Co., W.V. - Henderson Dickens b. 22 Dec 1831 d. 9 May 1898, in Raleigh Co., W.V. buried in Dickens Cemetery, Pine Knob, Raleigh Co., W.Va. **
          • 1. Henderson Dickens b 8 Dec 1858 d Dec 1858
          • 2. Leah Ann Dickens. b 8 Dec 1858 d Dec 1858
          • 3. Louisa Dickens. b 13 Feb 1860 md Ballard Massey.
          • 4. Letha Jane Dickens. b, May 1864 md Oliver Cook.
          • 5. Jacob Dickens. b 11 Dec 1866 md Elizabeth Peters.
          • 6. James Nelve Dickens. b, 2 Feb 1868
          • 7. Joseph R. Dickens. b 3 Dec 1869
          • 8. William Albert Dickens. b 24 Jul 1871
          • 9. Cora A. Dickens. b 23 Nov 1874 md Robert Gunnoe.
          • 10. Calvin Dickens. b 31 Aug 1877
          • 11. Charles L. Dickens.b 30 Nov 1879
          • 12. Thomas Dickens. b 17 Jun 1883
          • 13. Sarah Victoria Dickens. b Nov 1887 md Elam Wetzel Scarbrough.
      • 3. Andrew Webb b abt 1812d 1866
      • 4. John Webb b. August 09, 1813, Grayson Co, Va d. 1888 md.
        (1) Parthena Harrold
        (2) Julina Allen Jan 27, 1852 in Raleigh Co, VA, d/o Carr Allen and Jane Laferty b Abt. 1837**
        • 1. James Franklin Webb b. March 26, 1832. md Mary Jane Cook
          --- Je was a teacher and doctor for 40 years. Dr Webb was Raleigh Co assessor for 10 years until 1875 . He was minister of the marsh Fork Districk Methodist Church for 25 years.
          • 1. Andrew W Webb b Sept 4 1854 in Marsh Fork District. married
            (1) Mary L Honaker Aug 1 1876 d 1930
            (2) Anna Meadows of Jumping Branch.
            --- Was one of Raleigh Co's oldest native citizens. - * Beckley herald Bicenteniel Edition Aug 26 1950
            --- He lived at the old homeplace neat Posey for 70 after his brith and operated a farm and general store. In addition, he was postmaster at Posey for a number of years and served as a justice of the peace for 16 years until 1905. He moved to Jumping Branch when he was 70 years old and lived there for several years when he moved to Beckley WV * Beckley herald Bicenteniel Edition Aug 26 1950
            • 1. Sara Webb md ___ Hendrix
            • 2. Corie Webb md ___ McGinnis
            • 3. Larnie Webb
            • 4. Ina Webb md ___ Combs
            • 5. Almeda Webb md ___ B McCormack
            • 6. Margorie Webb md ___ Milam
            • 7. Minnie Webb md ___ Combs
            • 8. Lloyd B Webb
            • 9. Dow Webb
            • 10. Faye __ md Hendrick [adopted]
          • 2. CELIA WEBB b. 1838; m. JAMES DAVIS
          • 3. FRANCES WEBB b. 1839; m. ROBERT WHITLOCK.
          • 4. FRANCIS MARION WEBB b. May 1864 m. AMELIA COOK
          • 5. GILES WEBB b. Abt. 1857 married ELIZABETH ESTEP Abt. 1877
            • 1. JETHRO WEBB, b. Abt. 1878.
            • 2. LUCRETIA WEBB, b. Abt. 1880.
            • 3. JULIA WEBB, b. May 1883.
            • 4. JAMES A. WEBB, b. March 1889.
            • 5. WILLIAM H. WEBB, b. December 1891.
            • 6. CLOWNEY WEBB, b. April 1894.
            • 7. EDWARD WEBB, b. June 1897
          • 6. JACOB WEBB b. March 03, 1858; m. AMANDA ESTEP
          • 7. WILLIAM PERRY WEBB, b. Abt. 1862; m. AMELIA C. COOK
          • 8. LOUISA E. WEBB b. April 28, 1865; m. ROBERT HENRY THOMPSON
          • 9. PAULINA E. WEBB b. Abt. 1868; md.
            (1) FRANKLIN WEBB
            (2) WILLIAM FRANKLIN WEBB
          • 10. ROBERT L. WEBB b. July 1876, Raleigh Co, WV. married RUTH CAROLINE COOK
            • 1. DELLA L. WEBB, b. September 1898.
            • 2. SAMUEL C. WEBB, b. March 1900.
        • 5. Austin Webb (about 1819-),
        • 6. Jacob Webb (about 1821-), m. Nancy Dickens 21 May 1840, in Fayette Co., (West) Va. b.1823. Jacob was a justice of the peace.
          --- Nancy sister was Lucrezia that married John B. Scarbrough, the parents of Elam Scarbrough. ** **
          • 1 Susannah Webb. b. 6 Jan 1843. md
            (1) Jabez J. Wills, 23 Dec 1859
            (2) William Louden Farley, 6 Jun 1900
            --- Jabez a brother of Hiram & Joseph "Joe" Wills. **
          • 2 Leander Webb b. 24 Apr 1844 d, Apr 1862
          • 3 Rebecca J. Webb b. 30 May 1845 d, 13 Aug 1873 md Francis Marion Dickens, 31 Mar 1867
          • 4 Matilda Elictia Webb b. 23 Apr 1847 md James Canterbery, 11 Nov 1876
          • 5 Thomas Webb
          • 6 Giles Webb
          • 7 Paulina Isabell Web b 15 Oct 1855 Raleigh Co.,(West) Va. md Samuel Wills, 8 Jan 1874
        • 7. Susan Webb (about 1825-), md James Dickens 7 Nov 1844, in Fayette Co., (West) Va. b. 1828 **
          • 1 Andrew Dickens b. 1851
          • 2 C. Lewis Dickens b 22 Feb 1854 md Nancy Estep, 31 Dec 1874
          • 3 Celia Dickens b 1857
          • 4 J.W. Dickens b 15 Sep 1860.
          • 5 James Franklin Dickens b. Sep 1863.d. 9 May 1942 md Delilah Miller 17 Aug 1888
        • 8. Henry Webb (1826-1865)
        • 9. Berry Webb
      • 6. John Webb SR 20 Jul 1792 Va d 1876, m. Hannah Cock/Cocke SEE BELOW
      • 7. Jacob Webb b August 28, 1797 Grayson Co., Va d December 18, 1845 in Carroll Co, Va. md Hester Dickerson August 22, 1822 Grayson Co, Va b. March 17, 1804 d/o Leonard Dickerson & Margery Renfro.
        --- ** 22 Aug 1822 in Grayson Co, VA, marriage bond Jacob Webb & Hester Dickerson, d/o Leonard
        • 1. Lucy Webb b 31 Jul 1825, Grayson Co., VA d 31 Dec 1891 Carroll Co. VA md Isaac Banks 25 Jun 1846, Carroll Co., VA b 22 Feb 1826, VA d 6 Aug 1906, Carroll Co., VA son of William "Billy" Banks (1779-1866) and Mary "Molly" or "Polly" Martin (1795-1875) . They are buried at Isaac Banks Cem., Snake Creek, Carroll Co., VA
          • 1. Virginia Banks b 17 Mar 1853, Carroll Co., Va d 26 Oct 1863, Carroll Co., Va
          • 2. Joanna Banks b 21 Jan 1866, Carroll Co., Va d 10 Jul 1891, Carroll Co., Va
        • 2. Henry Webb md. Bianna Gilham b. c1825 Patrick Co, Va d/o William Wade & Elizabeth Shelor
          --- 1880 CCVA Laurel Fork District 367: Bienna Gilliam 60 yo widowed mother(?); Ellis Webb 20 yo w/m, b. VA; Minnie Webb 1 yo w/f, b. VA **
      • 8. Henry Webb Jr. b. 1802 in Grayson Co, Va d. 1850>-<1860 married
        (1) Nancy Bobbitt Oct. 23, 1823 Grayson Co, Va b. 1803 d. bef 1837 dau of James Bobbitt and Rosanna __
        ** 23 Oct 1823 in Grayson Co, VA, marriage bond Henry Webb, Jr. & Nancy Bobbitt, d/o James
        (2) Amelia "Milly" Ashworth Jan.22, 1838 Grayson Co, Va b. 1814 Grayson Co, d. 1886 dau of Joel Ashworth.
        --- ** 22 Jan 1838 in Grayson Co, VA, marriage bond 30 Jan 1838 in marriage return Henry Webb & Milly Ashworth, d/o Joel
        --1850 Census Carroll Co., VA 574 **
        • 1. Nancy Ann WEBB b. 1839 d. BEF. 1880 md Anderson LARGEN on 25 JAN 1859, Carroll Co, VA
          • 1. Henry Ellis LARGEN
          • 2. Mary E. LARGEN
        • 2. Charles W. WEBB b c1840 d. in the Civil War md Mary MARTIN
          --- Pvt., Co. G, 63rd VA **
          --- 1860 Census Carroll County 454/458
          • 1. Lewis WEBB b. DEC 1859
            • 1. Minnie WEBB md Fielden WORRELL
              • 1. Alvin WORRELL
          • 2. Garland Wiley WEBB b. 26 APR 1861, Carroll Co VA d. 22 MAR 1896, Carroll Co, VA buried Byrum Goad Cemetery md Mary COLLIER on 29 APR 1880, Carroll Co, VA d/o Lorenzo Dow Ransey COLLIER & Sarah L. COCK
            ---CENSUS: 1880, Carroll Co LF174/174
        • 3. Elizabeth WEBB b.1842
        • 4. Joel A. WEBB b. 1844, Carroll Co, VA d.18 MAY 1864, in Richmond, VA, of wounds received at Battle of Howlett House, VA , during the Civil War
          --- Pvt., Co. D, 29th VA **
        • 5. Lovinia WEBB b. 1846
        • 6. Lewis F. WEBB b. BIRTH: 16 JAN 1848, Carroll Co, VA d. 14 MAR 1912, Carroll Co, VA buried Lewis F. Webb Cemetery md Nancy Elizabeth MULLINS on 18 FEB 1869, Carroll Co, VA
          **CENSUS: 1870, Carroll County LF100/101
          **CENSUS: 1880, Carroll County LF93/93
          • 1. Nancy Minnie A. WEBB b.1870
          • 2. John Wise WEBB b. 1872
          • 3. Charles William WEBB b. 1 SEP 1873, Carroll Co, VA d. 22 SEP 1944, Carroll Co, VA md. Lucinda E. GARDNER 11 OCT 1899, Carroll Co, VA b 1874 dau of James GARDNER and Martha E. GOODE
            James Gardner was son of Andrew Washington GARDNER and Mary Elizabeth QUESENBERRY
            --- Andrew Washington GARDNER and Mary Elizabeth QUESENBERRY are my 3rd G Grandparents on my Gardner tree line

            ---1910 > VIRGINIA > CARROLL > LAUREL FORK Series: T624 Roll: 1624 Page: 44
            • 1. Della Mae Webb b. 11 AUG 1900, Carroll Co, VA d. 11 AUG 1900, Carroll County Va
            • 2. Roy Webb b. 1903, Carroll Co, VA md Zora QUESENBERRY
            • 3. Lizzie Emma Webb b. 1905, Carroll Co, VA md Harden WORRELL on 20 AUG 1929, Carroll Co, VA
            • 4 . Moyer Webb b 1908
          • 4. Norman Hale WEBB b. 1875, Carroll Co, VA md Pierce SHOCKLEY on 30 DEC 1903, Carroll Co, VA
          • 5. Hattie C. WEBB b. 1879, Carroll Co, VA md Creed E. SEMONES on 4 FEB 1899, Carroll Co, VA
          • 6. Mellie M. WEBB b. 18 APR 1883, Carroll Co, VA d.14 FEB 1896, Carroll Co, VA
          • 7. Ella WEBB b. 1885, Carroll Co, VA md George H. COX on 6 FEB 1907, Carroll Co, VA
          • 8. Floyd W. WEBB b.30 JUN 1891, Carroll Co, VA d. 1 OCT 1898, Carroll Co VA
        • 7. Thomas Jefferson Floyd WEBB b 27 Mar 1850 Carroll Co, Va; d 11 May 1915 Carroll Co. md Mary Ann (Polly) Banks, 4 Jun 1870 Carroll Co b 25 Jul 1848 Va, d 26 May 1918 Carroll Co, d/o Joseph (Joe) Banks and Mary Scott.
          --- 1870 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, p 474, #61/62, Jefferson F. Webb,20 Va, farmer, Mary A.,22 Va, living with his mother Milly Webb.
          --- 1880 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, p 53C, #601/601, Jefferson F. Webb,30 Va, farmer, Mary Ann,32 Va, Dianna,9 Va, dysentery, Henry E.,8 Va, Joseph W.,6 Va, Paten A.,5 Va, Harriett J.,2 Va.
          --- 1900 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, ED 2, sheet 19A, #336/345, Jefferson F. Webb, Mar 1850 Va, farmer, Mary A., Jun 1848 Va (marr 30 yrs, 11 ch, 10 living), Joseph W., Jun 75 Va, soldier, Payton A., Jun 77 Va, Elizabeth, Mar 85 Va, Louis C., Jan 81 Va, William, Nov 85 Va, Nancy E., Feb 88 Va, Mary W., Oct 92 Va.
          --- 1910 Carroll Co census, Laurel Fork, ED 5, sheet 1B, #12/12, Jeff F. Webb,60 Va, farmer, home farm, Mary A.,61 Va (marr 38 yrs, 11 ch, 9 living), Harriet J. Smith,32 Va (dau, wid, 2 ch, 2 living), Savannah J.,11 Va (gd), Mary A.,9 Va (gd).
          • 1. Diannah L. Webb, b ca 1871 Va, d 1941 md Cicero Alexander Quesenberry 25 Dec 1895 Carroll Co b 1875, d 1951, s/o Joseph Wesley Quesenberry and Susan V. Willard. They are buried at Heath Banks Cemetery
          • 2. Henry Ellis Webb, b Jun 1872 Va, md Malissa A. Dora Quesenberry.
          • 3. Joseph Wiley Webb, b 11 Jun 1874 Va, md Cora Ella Fariss.
          • 4. Payton A. Webb, b 20 Apr 1876 Va, d 16 Dec 1902 Alaska, bur Heath Banks Cem, Carroll Co.VA
          • 5. Harriet Jane Webb, b Jan 1878 Carroll Co, md
            (1) Samuel J. Smith, 24 Feb 1898 Carroll Co VA b Jan 1877 Va, d 1900-10, s/o Albert and Sarah Smith.
            (2) Ellis Franklin Horton, wid, 1910 b Oct 1857 Va, s/o William Riley Horton and Annice Hardy.
            --- 1900 Patrick Co, Va census, Dan River Dist, ED 60, sheet 7A, #125/127, Samuel J. Smith, Jan 1877 Va, farmer, Harret J., Jan 1878 Va (marr 2 yrs, 1 ch, 1 living), Joseph S., Jan 99 Va, Ewell, Jan 82 Va (brother), at school.
            --- 1910 Carroll Co census, ED 5, sheet 1B, #12/12, Harriet J. Smith,32 Va (dau, wid, 2 ch, 2 living), Savannah J.,11 Va (gd), Mary A.,9 Va (gd). living with Jeff F. and Mary A. Webb.
            • 1 Savannah J. Smith, b Jan 1899 Va.
            • 2. Mary A. Smith, b ca 1901 Va.
          • 6. (son) Webb, b 2 Dec 1879 Carroll Co, d Feb 1880.
          • 7. Louis Cassell Webb, b. December 01, 1880, Carroll Co, VA; d. February 16, 1928, Carroll Co, VA. md Erma A. Quesinberry September 19, 1909, Carroll Co, Va b. March 7, 1877, Carroll Co, VA d. March 12 1943 Carroll Co, VA dau of Isaiah Quesinberry and Emily V Jennings They are buried at Skyview Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery, Carroll Co, VA
            • 1. --
          • 8. Parthena Elizabeth Webb, b 5 Mar 1883 Carroll Co,VA d 3 Apr 1956 Carroll Co,VA bur Heath Banks Cem, Carroll Co, md Isaac Madison (Matt) Goad, 18 Sep 1901 Carroll Co VA b 12 Feb 1881 Carroll Co, d 11 Aug 1958 Goodland, Newton Co, Ind, s/o James Fountain (Jim) Goad and Parthena's 2nd cousin Hannah Webb (d/o James (Jim) Webb and Lucinda Padgett).
            --- Isaac md
            (2) Ella Bertha Dalton, b 9 Jun 1889 Carroll Co, d 22 Sep 1930 Kentland, Jasper Co, Ind, d/o John Jackson Dalton and Martha Ellen Worrell. John was s/o Rachel Rosabella Dalton, d/o Martin J. Dalton (s/o Reuben Dalton and Catherine (Katie) Worrell) and Nancy V. Cochran.
            (3) Dora V. Weddle.
          • 9. . William L. Webb, b 11 Nov 1885 Carroll Co, md Annie Maude Sparger.
          • 10. Nancy Emezetta Webb, b 3 Jun 1888 Carroll Co, d 10 Jul 1949 Rensselaer, Jasper Co, Ind, md James Clerin Goad, b 9 Jul 1884 Carroll Co, 15 Jan 1905 Carroll Co d 21 Jan 1955 Rensselaer, s/o James Fountain (Jim) Goad and Parthena's 2nd cousin Hannah Webb (d/o James (Jim) Webb and Lucinda Padgett). Nancy and James were bur in Welsh Cem, Jordan Twp, Jasper Co.IND.
          • 11. Mary W. Webb, b Oct 1892 Va.
        • 8. Amanda WEBB
      • 9. William Webb "Bill" b. abt 1804 Grayson Co, Va, d December 28, 1885. md. Catherine Dickerson "Katie" Dec 22, 1825 Grayson Co, Va b. 1804 d. 1874 d/o Leonard Dickerson & Margery Renfro
        **CENSUS: 1850, Carroll Co., VA 576 576 William Webb 46 m Farmer; Catherine 45 f; Joseph A. 22 m Farmer; Cleveland 21 m none; Susannah 19 f; Abner D.10 m; Adin 6 m; Elam 3 m; Julian 1/12 f **
        ---1860 > VIRGINIA > CARROLL > HILLSVILLE P O Series: M653 Roll: 1339 Page: 817

        ---CENSUS: 1870, Carroll County LF94/95 *CENSUS: 1880, Carroll County LF251/251 **
        • 1. Joseph A. WEBB b. 1828, Grayson Co, VA d. 4 FEB 1863, Union, VA md Malissa BONEY on aft. April 1860
        • 2. Cleveland WEBB b. 1829 d. aft 1870
        • 3. Susannah WEBB b. 1831 md John R. WEBB 8 FEB 1855, Carroll Co, VA son of Andrew Webb and Catherine Cock **
          • Children listed under John R Webb son of Andrew Webb and Catherine Cock section
        • 4. Abner D. WEBB b. 1840, Grayson Co, VA d. 1864, Carroll Co, VA
        • 5. Peter D. WEBB b. 1841
        • 6. Aden WEBB b. 1843, Carroll Co, VA d. 26 JAN 1909, Caldwell Co, MO md. Elmyra Matilda ALLISON on 19 MAR 1868, Carroll Co, VA
          ---CENSUS: 1870, Carroll Co PC62/66
          • 1. Charles W. WEBB b. 1869, Carroll Co, VA
          • 2. Elam W. WEBB b. 1871, Caldwell Co, MO
          • 3. ___WEBB b. 1880, Caldwell Co, MO
        • 7. Elam WEBB b. 1847, Carroll Co,, VA md Sarah C. GOODSON on 24 MAR 1868, Carroll Co,, VA
        • 8. Julian WEBB b. 1850 md William D. FULLER on 24 SEP 1874, Carroll Co,, VA
      • 10. Joseph Webb b 1810-13 Grayson Co, Va d c1864 md Marjorie "Margie" Dickerson



  • John Webb b July 20, 1792 in Carroll Co, Va. d. 6/18/1876 (buried in Thompson Cemetery) md he eloped with 15 year old Hannah Cock October 17 1815 in Patrick Co., Va b. 1/6/1800 Grayson Co., Va d. 6/2/1890 in Carroll Co., Va. d/o Andrew Cock & Penelope Ward Clifton ** **
    --- They are buried in Thomas Quesenberry Cemetery , Carroll Co., VA , located on Rt. 670, just south of Rt 674 intersection
    --- They were married by Eld. Thomas Whitcock at "Wards Gap", Va. Patrick Co,, Virginia.
    --- She was from Bedford Co., Virginia, and a third cousin to George WASHINGTON.= [John GOAD d. 1770, had a daughter, Mary Elizabeth GOAD. She married John COCKE, Sr. Their son was Andrew COCKE, and his wife was Penelope WARD. Andrew was first cousin to George WASHINGTON. Their daughter was Hannah COCKE.]
    --- Hannah was English from her father's side, and German from her mother's side.
    --- They were an influentual family in the early history of Carroll Co,. They had two maids to help with the work and did lots of entertaining.
    --- John Webb **was a farmer. He was the first officer in Carroll Co., Virginia, and a teacher. ** **
    ---1860 > VIRGINIA > CARROLL > HILLSVILLE P O Series: M653 Roll: 1339 Page: 817

    ---1870 > VIRGINIA > CARROLL > LAUREL FORK TWP Series: M593 Roll: 1639 Page: 425


    ---1880 Census Carroll Co VA LAUREL CREEK DIST Series: T9 Roll: 1360 Page: 24 --Hannah age 80 is living with son James and wife Caroline and family
    • 1. Joannah Webb b: 6/16/1817 , Grayson Co., Va d: 5/28/1864, Carroll Co., Va: married George Quesinberry / Quesenberry b 2/4/1816 d 5/28/1884
      --- ** 1 Feb 1835 in Grayson Co, VA, marriage return George Quesenberry & Joannah Webb
    • 2. James Webb b: 5/29/1819, Grayson Co., Va d. 3 Nov 1887, Carroll Co., Va. buried at Floyd Webb Cemetery md.
      (1) Lucinda Padgett 23 Aug 1839, Grayson Co,, Va b.April 28 1819 d. March 18 1851 [7 ch.] dau of William Padgett and Rachel Banks ; buried at Webb-Thompson Cem., Snake Creek, Carroll Co., Va.
      (2) Martha Ann MARTIN 5 Nov 1854, Carroll Co, VA b. 29 May 1829 in Patrick Co. Va [ 2 ch.] dau of Isaac Pierce and Elizabeth Smith
      (3) Caroline Goad 30 Oct 1876, Carroll Co., VA [ 4 ch.] b. 2 Nov 1842, Grayson Co., Va. d. 11 Jan 1940, Carroll Co., Va. buried at Floyd Webb Cem., Carroll Co., Va.dau of Spencer Goad [1819-1901] and Lucy T Cochran [1820-1914] ** **
      ---CENSUS: 1850, Carroll Co., VA 578 : 1860, Carroll County 247/248 : 1870, Carroll Co LF37/37 : 1880, Carroll County LF42/42
      ---1880 > VIRGINIA > CARROLL > LAUREL CREEK DIST Series: T9 Roll: 1360 Page: 24
      • 1. Jacob WEBB b 1840 Carroll Co. Va d 11 Jul 1866 Carroll Co. Va
      • 2. Emazetta WEBB b 1841 Carroll Co. Va md Reuben DICKENS 10 Sept 1859, Carroll County, VA b 1835 Grayson Co. Va
        • 1. Lucinda DICKENS b. 25 JUN 1860, Carroll County, VA d: 4 Oct 1931, Carroll County, VA md William M. BARNES 1882
      • 3. Martha Jane WEBB b. 1842 d. 1916 md. Capt. Giles Smith MARTIN 1 Nov 1866, Carroll County, VA
        He was married 1st Penelope Quesenberry, 9 Sep 1852, Carroll Co., b 18 Oct 1832, Grayson Co., Va d 5 Mar 1859, Carroll Co., Va ** **
      • 4. Hannah Webb, b.18 May 1844, Carroll Co.,Va d.11 Mar 1887, Carroll Co., Va md. James Fountain Goad 2 Nov 1865, Carroll Co., Va b.6 Feb 1841, Grayson Co., Va d.24 Jan 1915, Carroll Co., Va son of Reuben Goad (1814-1861) & Celestia "Lety" Bobbitt (1819-) . They are buried at James Fountain Goad Family Cemetery . ** **
        • 1. Martha Alice GOAD
        • 2. John Anderson Goad b. 8 Feb 1868, Carroll Co., Va d. 27 Dec 1927, Carroll Co., Va md. Octavia Jane Webb 14 Nov 1889, Carroll Co, VA b. 7/20/1875,in Snake Creek, Fancy Gap, Carroll Co., VA d. 1/07/1968, in Hillsville, Carroll Co., VA buried Isaac Webb Cem., Carroll Co., Virginia. ** dau of Isaac Webb (1833-1913) & Malesia Jane Martin (1834-1926)
          ---Octavia was a first cousin of John Anderson Webb's mother, Hannah Webb.
          ---Octavia was married (1) Homer Anderson GARDNER
          Homer GARDNER; is the son of; Floyd Andrew GARDNER and Amanda Hylton; is the son of Alexander GARDNER and Susannah Webb; son of William M GARDNER and Nancy Leona "Oney" MARTIN ; son of James Gardner and Tobitha Martin my 4th G Grandparents (2) John Anderson Goad (3) Washington Conner Winesett
          ---1920 > VIRGINIA > CARROLL > LAUREL FORK Series: T625 Roll: 1883 Page: 81
          • 1.Clarissa Candace Goad **
          • 2. Daniel Rupert Goad
          • 3.Macy Mae Goad b. 9 Jun 1898, Carroll Co., Va d. 17 Jul 1979, Va married Preston S. Williams **
            • 1. Lorna Vera Williams md. James Mistrot Kinsler b. 29 Apr 1909, Omaha, Duglas Co., Nebraska
              • 1. Janice Lorna Kinsler
          • 4. Isaac Booker Goad
          • 5. George Madison Goad
          • 6. Normie Gladys Goad
          • 7. Benny Clinton Goad
          • 8. Berta Ina Goad
          • 9. Archie Lester Goad
        • 3. William Thomas GOAD
        • 4. Marizee M. GOAD
        • 5. Rachel Elizabeth GOAD
        • 6. Charles Monroe GOAD
        • 7. Celestia Clementine GOAD
        • 8. Isaac Madison GOAD
        • 9. Unnamed GOAD
        • 10. James Claren GOAD
        • 11. Hubert Fountain GOAD
      • 5. Rachel WEBB b. 8 July 1846 md James A FARRIS March 23 1865
      • 6. Emily Mildred WEBB b. 11 OCT 1848, Carroll Co, VA d. 18 DEC 1878, Carroll County, VA md. Thomas GARDNER 28 Feb 1867, Carroll Co, VA s/o Andrew Washington Gardner & Mary Elizabeth QUESENBERRY ; buried James Gardner Cemetery
      • 7. Alexander C. WEBB b March 28 1851 md
        (1) Pauline C Horton July 4 1872 Carroll Co VA b 1856 [2 ch]
        (1) Lucy Ann Sandifer 14 MAR 1878 in Carroll Co. Va [7 ch] **
        --- 1870 Laurel Fork, Carroll Co. Virginia; Alexander w/ dad
        • 1. Roxina Webb b. 21 Mar 1874
        • 2. Mary E. Webb b. 21 Aug 1875
        • 3. Mattie Lee Webb b. 14 Dec 1878
        • 4. Columbia E. Webb b. 9 Sep 1881
        • 5. James F. Webb b. 16 Mar 1886
        • 6. Abram M. Webb b. 18 May 1888
        • 7. Wilburn E. Webb b. 30 Jun 1890
        • 8. Frederick W. Webb b. May 1893
        • 9. Zelda P. Webb b. Sep 1894
      • 8. Isaac M. WEBB b 30 Jul 1859 in Carroll Co. Va md Eliza Edna Marshall b. Nov 1861 in Va
        • 1.Samuel Lee Webb b. 19 Dec 1883
        • 2. Wilda M. Webb b. Jun 1884
        • 3. Eddie M. Webb b. 29 Aug 1888
        • 4. Minnie E. Webb b. Jul 1890
        • 5. Macy J. Webb b. Jan 1893
        • 6. James J. Webb b. Sep 1895
        • 7. Emmel/Edmond O. Webb b. Jan 1898 md Laura Ellen Horton 23 Jan 1923, Carroll Co., Va b 10 Sep 1899, Carroll Co., Va.d. 20 Dec 1937 They are buried at Floyd Webb Cem., Carroll Co., Va. dau of Aaaron Mack Horton [1863-1938] and Jeanette/Genetta "Hettie" Worrell [1868-1944]
      • 9. Jefferson L. WEBB b 29 Jun 1861 in Carroll Co. Va d 11 Jul 1878 in Carroll Co. Va md Mary A. Webb dau of Emma Etta Webb
      • 10. John WEBB b 26 May 1878 in Carroll Co. Va d 27 May 1956 md Mattie Lee Gardner 7 OCT 1903 in Carroll Co. Va b. 21 Feb 1881 d 18 Nov 1948 in Carroll Co. Va dau of William Rush GARDNER and Aurora / Annora Castilla MARTIN ** *--*
        William Gardner and Annora Martin; son of Matthew GARDNER and Lucinda HURST ; son of James Gardner and Tobitha Martin ; my 4th Great Grandparents
        • 1. Betty Mae Webb
        • 2. Bernard Webb b. 31 Jul 1904
        • 3. Collin Webb b. 21 Mar 1907
      • 10. James Walter WEBB b. 14 Feb 1880, Carroll Co., Va. d. 2 Nov 1960, Carroll Co., Va. md Laura Elva GARDNER 12 June 1901, Carroll County, b 29 Jan 1883, Carroll Co, VA d 25 April 1963, Carroll Co, VA dau of William Rush GARDNER and Annora Castilla MARTIN ; buried at Gardner Memorial Cemetery, Carroll Co., Va
        William Gardner and Annora Martin; son of Matthew GARDNER and Lucinda HURST ; son of James Gardner and Tobitha Martin ; my 4th Great Grandparents
        --- 1910 Carroll Co, Va census, Sulphur Springs, ED 12, sheet 1B, #16/17,
        James W. Webb,30 Va, farmer, own farm, Larra E.,27 Va (marr 8 yrs, 1 ch, 1 living), Dasie L.,7 Va.
        --- 1930 Fauquier Co, Va census, Marshall Dist, ED 31-10, sheet 7B, #120/122,
        J. Walter Webb,50 Va (marr age 21), farmer, farm, Laura E.,47 VA (marr age 18), Daisy L. Price,27 VA (dau, marr age 18), saleslady, Fuller Brush Co, Robert F.,27 WV (son-in- law, marr age 20), salesman, Fuller Brush Co, Robert L.,8 WV (grandson), James H.,4 7/12 VA (grandson), Joseph R.,2 4/12 WV (grandson)
        • 1 Daisy L. Webb, b ca 1903 Va, m Robert F. Price, b ca 1903 WVa.
          --- 1930 Fauquier Co, Va census, Marshall Dist, ED 31-10, sheet 7B, #120/122, living with parents J. Walter Webb --see above
          • 1 Robert L. Price, b ca 1922 Va.
          • 2 James H. Price, b ca 1925 Va.
          • 3 Joseph R. Price, b ca 1928 Va.
      • 11. William Floyd WEBB b. 16 Mar 1882, Carroll Co., Va. d. 6 Mar 1957 md Martha Ellen Cox 21 Sep 1904, Carroll Co., Va b Nov 2 1886 Carroll Co VA d March 21 1949. They are buried at Floyd Webb Cem., Carroll Co., Va. dau of Walter Staples Cox (1856 - 1925) and Lucy Collier [1857-1933]
        • 1 Conner Webb b. abt 1909, Carroll Co., Va. d. 1977 buried Felts Mem. Cem., Carroll Co., Va. md Oleta Belle Martin . 6 Apr 1935, Carroll Co., Va dau of Wyatt Lester Martin Sr. (1884 - ) and Stella Mae Webb (1890 - )
          Wyatt son of Captain Giles Smith Martin (1830 - 1907) and Martha Jane Webb (1842 - 1916)
          Stella Webb dau of Christopher Columbus "Lum" Webb and Virginia Adaline Nester (1857 - 1928)
        • 2 Elmer Webb b. 21 Mar 1911, Carroll Co., Va.d. 17 Feb 1994, Hillsville, Carroll Co., Va. buried at Bobbitt Cem., Carroll Co., Va.
        • 3 Berlin Webb b 8 Jun 1913 d 26 Mar 1992 buried at Monta Vista Memorial Gardens, Galax, Va.
      • 12. Lucy WEBB b. 29 Jun 1885, Carroll Co., Va. d. Oct 1957, Carroll Co., Va.buried at Floyd Webb Cem., Carroll Co., Va.
    • 3. Abner D. Webb b: 3/11/1821 d. before 1900 married Sarah/Sallie Nester. dau of Joshua NESTER and Rebecca Cocke NESTER. [Her grandparents were Frederick Jacob NESTER and Catherine Goad, who were married in 1789 and Jacob died in 1823. He was a native of Dosceldorf, Germany.]
      --- They moved from Virginia to Pike Co., AR in 1858, and settled on the Little Missouri River at Billstown, AR, near Murfreesboro, AR, and the county seat of Pike Co. **
      • 1. Eli (Eri) WEBB Baptist preacher in VA
      • 2. Greenville WEBB never married
      • 3. John WEBB md. Lucinda MOSES
      • 4. James WEBB moved to OK in early manhood and lived out life there.
      • 5. Joshua WEBB moved to OK in early manhood and lived out life there.
      • 6. Enoch Lafayette "Fate" WEBB md. Melvina HALE (Jim HALE's sister)
      • 7. Isaac WEBB md.
        (1) Frances P. HARRISON [8 ch.] d. 1906
        (2) Sarah WACASTER [1 ch.] . He was a methodist minister.
        • 1. James Henry WEBB (Jim) md
          (1) Ida MANSFIELD (5 dau)
          (2) Buena McKinnon HIPP
          • 1.
          • 2.
          • 3.
          • 4.
          • 5.
        • 2. Grover Lafayette WEBB md. Grace KIRKHAM (adopted 2 girls)
        • 3. Sarah (Sallie) WEBB md. Jordan CORNISH, Ft. Worth, TX
        • 4. John WEBB md. Hallie KIZZIA
          • 1. Christine WEBB md ___KELLEY
        • 5. Eugenia WEBB md. Tom HENDERSON (1 dau, 3 sons)
        • 6. Emma WEBB md. Sam CORNISH in Nathan, AR
        • 7. Amanda WEBB md. J. W. HALE (Jim) in Nathan, AR
        • 8. Grace WEBB md Harold CREED in Warren, AR. **
          • 1. Dr. Charles H. CREED -- Jacksonville, TX.
      • 8. Rebecca WEBB md. ___ KNASTER
      • 9. Hannah WEBB md. Gamison P. HUGHES
      • 10. Mary Ann WEBB md. ___STONE
    • 4. Greenville Webb b:11/6/1822 d.1899 married Martha Jane Scott b.1825
      --- 1860 > VIRGINIA > CARROLL > HILLSVILLE P O Series: M653 Roll: 1339 Page: 817
    • 5. Susannah Webb b. Feb 13 1825 VA, d. Sep 1860 in Willis, Floyd Co., Virginia , md Alexander Gardner son of James Gardner and Tobitha Martin Oct 11 1843 in Carroll Co., Va. b. Feb 28 1822 in Grayson Co., Va.d. Feb 14, 1909 Willis, Floyd Co, Va. He was buried in Gardner Cemetery., Floyd Co., Va **
      James Gardner and Tobitha Martin [dau of William Martin and Delphia Walden] are my 4th G Grandparents on the Gardner tree line
    • 6. Elder Isaac Webb b: 11/11/1833 - d: 6/2/1913: Married Malesia Jane Martin b.2/20/1834 d.10/7/1926 Marriage date: 6/17/1852SEE BELOW
    • 7. Enoch B. Webb b Nov 2 1835 VA d Nov 2 1861 died in Civil War at Nicholas Co, VA (now WV) md Irene Martin 1853 b 1835 VA
      --- Pvt., Co. I, 45th VA, d. 2 Oct 1861 at Nicholas Co, VA (now WV) son of John and Hannah. Died in Civil War
      ---1860 > VIRGINIA > CARROLL > HILLSVILLE P O Series: M653 Roll: 1339 Page: 817
      • 1. Lafayette W Webb b 1855 VA
      • 2. Lucindy E Webb b 1857 VA
      • 3. Isaac M Webb b 1858 VA
    • 8. Mary "Polly" A. Talbott Webb b. Aug 15 1837 d. July 15 1895 married Charles Martin [brother of Capt. Giles Smith MARTIN and Martha Jane WEBB] b March 4 1832 d. Jan 6 1928 son of Isaac Pierce Martin and Elizabeth Smith
    • 9. John Webb Jr., b: 10/26/1839 d. 1863 in the Civil War married Rose Ann GOAD
      ---Pvt. Co. I, 63rd VA **



  • Elder Isaac Webb 1833-1913
  • Elder Isaac Webb b: 2 P.M November 26, 1833, d. Aug. 1913 married 6/17/1852 Malesia Jane Martin [bio]b: 2/20/1834 d. 10/17/1926 [suffering with heart dropsey,died at the home of her Son-in-law and daughter John A. and Octavia J. Goad ] They are buried in the Webb Family Cemetery at Snake Creek, Va.

    ** note-Malesia: "I am now eighty-six years old, since Feb. 20, 1920 I raised 9 children, have 85 grandchildren, and 158 great grand children." (Malesia J. Webb, Messenger of Truth Vol.XXIV, No.5, May, 1920, p.176)
    Isaac served as a Lieutenant in the war. Afterward, he became a Primitive Baptist preacher. Info are among the online collections of : * History of the Fisher's River Primitive Baptist Association , * Historical and Statistical Gazetteer of New York State by J. H. French, published in 1860.Town of Pittstown .
  • Malesia Jane Martin 1834-1926
    Nov 1904 Celia & John Lee Gardner's Baptism.  The preacher with the white beard to the left is Isaac Webb (Great Grandfather of Helen Webb Allen-above) stuck his cane in the side of the bank.
    Nov 1904 Celia & John Lee Gardner's Baptism.
    The preacher with the white beard to the left is Elder Isaac Webb

    Webb family taken around 1907.
    Back Row L2R: Alva, Matt, Posey, Isaac, Inda and Laura.
    Seated: Isaac, "Beth", Malisa, Hassel, Price (that's what they
    called Grandpa) Emmaline, Byrd, and the child in front of Price is Crockett.

    1913 Elder Isaac Webb in Casket
    Man in photo setting unknown

    Isaac Webb: ** According to the Isaac Webb bible, Isaac Webb born at 2 P.M. According to the Webb Reunion minutes, p.19 Isaac Webb "joined the Primitive Baptist 1857. He was in the ministry about 50 years, had the care of eleven churches, taught twenty five schools, County Treasurer 12 years, military officer 15 years. Served two terms in the legislature at Richmond and Judge of Carroll County two terms." "First, he served New River church the mother church of New River, Smiths River and Indian Creek Associations. This church being at that time about ninety-four years old, having been constituted in 1774 and being of small membership. Elder Webb was authorized to assign the members to membership with Pilgrims Rest church, in Pulaski county, Virginia, of which church he was also pastor. From Pilgrims Rest church Bethel church, in the same county, was constituted, which church he also served as pastor. And Reed Island church was constituted from Bethel church. He was also pastor of Harmony church from which Mt. Zion and Little Vine churches were constituted. He also served, as pastor, the churches at concord, New Hope, Fellowship and Laurel Fork, in the New River Association: Stuarts Creek of Fishers River Association, Martin, of Zion Association and he labored much among other churches.... Upon the resignation of Elder Thomas Dickens in 1886, Elder Webb was chosed Moderator of the New River Association in which capacity he served faithfully till his death.... His watch words were: Unity, Peace and Fellowship, to which he lived and for which he earnestly labored.... Seven days before his death he said to his son Elder D.S. Webb, 'put up my sword; I cannot go forth.' ( P.G. Lester, .u Minutes of the New River Primitive Baptist Association, for 1913) .r "Early in the civil conflict between the states he entered the army and served in the prime of his young manhood as a private and as First Lieutenant of his company until his command-- General Johnson, gave up his sword at Bentonville, N.C. whereupon he returned to his home, his companions and little ones, resumed his former citizenship and domestic relations of life, and at once began to build up and replenish a devastated and smitten country, and to provide for himself and his household. (unidentified obituary) According to John Perry Alderman, Isaac Webb left for the army on May 15, 1862 and mustered into Company G 63rd Virginia as a 3rd Ltd. at Wytheville. He was transferred to Company I when the regiment was reorganized Jan. 17, 1863 as a lst Ltd., to Tenn. for the summer and the fall in Georgia. He took part in the battles of Chattanooga and the Atlanta campaign. In the fall of 1863 Captain Martin was captured at which time Isaac became company commander a job he held for the balance of his service. He surrendered at Greensboro, North Carolina on May 12, 1862 (sic) as lst Ltd and commanding officer of Company A, 54th Va. Battalion. According to Weaver in the .u 63rd Virginia Infantry, .r Isaac Webb was among those who surrendered 26 April 1865 under the command of General Joseph E. Johnston at Greensboro. Many among this group were paroled at Greensboro on May 1 or 2, 1865. I have been unable to find personal records of Isaac Webb on this matter at the Archives. Isaac Webb applied for and received a Civil War pension. He claimed total disability which was aggravated by a broken leg in 1885. He stated he served under Bragg and Joseph E. Johnson, having left the army at Johnson's surrender. From a letter to his parents, John Webb and Hannah from Camp Vance, Southampton, Va. January 24, 1863: "We are near Black (Water) River 60 miles east of Petersburg. This is the best country to get timber for such business that I ever saw, the pines are about large enough in common to make cabins and are so tall that one tree makes 2 to 4 logs and are so thickly grown that by the time a place is cleared out large enough for a house and street the timbers on the place will be about sufficient for the buildings and we hunt large pines for boards, but of all sorry firewood green pines is the most, if it was not for dead pines and lightwood we could not make green pine burn. This is a low level country and the water stands in ponds over a great portion of the land in the winter and makes very marshy traveling. It is hard to tell which way Black River runs. It is so near level. The water is nearly the colour of rye coffee and tastes like pine roots. We have a damp cloudy and rainy spell of weather now. Our company is divided. Giles S. Martin is Captain, myself lst Lieutenant.... The rations are 1 pound of bread and 3/4 pound of pork or salt meat per day. It is small rations but I think that our Regiment has faired (sic) very well so far. They have a good deal of marching to do but they murmer (sic) more than what is necessary."

    From a letter dated 4 Feb, 1913 to his grandson, Estil R. Webb: "My family and friends set me my 79th birthday dinner Nov. 26. I am now in my 80th year and your grandmother will be the 20th of this months. 110 come and dinnered with me. Some were old gray headed soldiers. 28 of them ate dinner at one sitting down. 53 years ago we were young and stout dark haired and strait mostly, but now our heads were gray, bald, and bent. The old soldiers enjoyed the dinner wonderfully, and talked their old war jokes & experiences of war with delight & stayed nearly all day, for the day was bright."

    From a letter to Estil Webb dated Dec. 20, 1910, "My land begins at Johnny Horton's and is Joined by Prices', Dave's, George Worrell's; and William Goad's to the Bailey place, near five miles."
    From the Autobiography of Elder Isaac Webb: "I was born in Grayson, County, Virginia, November 26, 1833, and was the sixth child of six sons and three daughters of John and Hannah Webb. Mother was a Primitive Baptist. She taught me to read songs and the scriptures from my seventh year.... When about eight years of age, I dreamed a large bird came from the east, its flight thrilled my heart as it lighted near me. It plumed its wings and adjusted itself, and it was the Saviour, traveling west. I asked to go with Him. He said, 'You are not cleansed'. I ran to the creek near by, and washed to all the virtue there was in effort and water, and pronounced myself clean. But He said, 'This is not the cleansing meant'.... I married Miss Melissa (sic) J. Martin. Soon after, as I walked out to my work about 9 one morning, it seemed spoken to me, 'Son, give Me thy heart.' I thought my sins forgiven, and I was free from sin both soul and body. I dreamed that I must take up the hymn book and the Bible.... I joined Fellowship Primitive Baptist Church, first Saturday in December, 1857. I conferred with flesh and blood as to the ministry, til I was 31. But lying on my army blanket one day near the Ga., and Ala., line, much troubled over my rebellion against the call, I vowed if I lived 'til the war ended, and impressions remained, I should obey.... I returned from war May 5, 1865, and in August while mowing the lines came to mind: 'The harvest fields are waiting, the laborers are few; and Zion, She doth languish; O shepherds where are you?' I answered: 'Here am I, Send Me.' In March 1868, I was ordained. I have been pastor of eleven churches, am pastor of four now, 1907. Am moderator of New River Association. I was squire eight years, have taught 25 schools, served two sessions in the legislature, and Judge under part of two appointments, and over twelve years as County Treasurer.... Farewell." Carroll County was formed from Grayson County. Booker Goad said of his grandfather, he never saw anything he didn't get amusement from. On 14 Apr 1906 Isaac wrote his granddaughter, Macy Goad who was eight years old. "I do not know whether you and Booker can read your letters or not... I have been walking with my cane and it tires my hand, and it makes my hand nervous when I write... Grand Ma is churning while I write... She is all the company I have. We are both going on 73 years old." According to the Octavia Webb bible, Isaac Webb "was one of the greatest builders known, was pleasant company, a good and cheerful Father always teaching good lessons to his family. He became feeble with dropsy and sat on his chair night and day to sleep for 2 years But borne his afflictions patiently.... Elder Isaac Webb's funeral was preached Aug. 1913 by Elders J.D. Vass, F.P. Branscome, Mat Blancett, and C.C. Phibbs." (Aug. 12, 1913)
    Obituary for Elder Isaac Webb written by William Lafayette Utt dated September 8, 1913. On the beautiful Sabbath morning of September 7th 1913, at an early hour, carriages, wagons and conveyances of nearly every kind, on horse back and on foot, hundreds of people gathered at Fellowship Church to be present and do their part in the last public tribute of respect to the best citizen Carroll County has ever produced. The crowd gathered till there were many from far and near of other counties, making the number present up into the hundreds and hundreds."
    In a letter to Elder F.P. Branscome, Malesia said of her husband Isaac, "How often I have wished and looked for him and oft have heard or seen him come and many times through rain hail or snow or in the darkness of the night. He ever seeming cheerful and has found us all alive that were living when he left. He says that wealth could not give him such comforts as he enjoys on returning in the darkness of the night when in sight of the home he can see my light in the window and find us all well." In an interview with Malesia Webb Akers, 26 June 1989, she stated that Isaac "came back without his body being touched - four years.... His mother (Hannah Coche Webb) told him that she wouldn't have any confidence in him being called a preacher if he got a scratch on his body, and he never got a scratch on his body."

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    ---1920 > VIRGINIA > CARROLL > LAUREL FORK Series: T625 Roll: 1883 Page: 81 ..Malesia Jane is living with daughter Octavia Jane and husband John A Goad and family
    • 1. Lucetta Castilla Webb b. 6/9/1853 in Carroll Co., Va. d. 8/23/1911 in Carroll Co., Va married
      (1) George W. Worrell
      (2) Jeremiah P. Vass
      --- Jeremiah Vass was a primitive baptist preacher at Snake River Primitive Baptist Church and also rode the "circiut" for many years. Jeremiah and Lucetta are buried at the Church Cemetery. [ just south of Hillsville on Rt 52,, go on past the church and the grave yard sets upon a rise over looking the valley . ] ** ** **
      • 1. Ernie C. Vass md Ruben WORRELL
      • 2. John W Daniel Vass md. Elva SAWYER
      • 3. Minnie Vass md. Norman BOWMAN
      • 4. Joseph Posie Vass md. Dianna Penelope HORTON
      • 5. Madison M. Vass b. 1870 md. Laura Cloud DALTON
      • 6. Isaac S. Vass b. 1872.
      • 7. Ruth Anora Vass b. 1874 md. Garland BOND
      • 8. Norman Lee Vass b. 1876 md Dora AKERS
      • 9. Rhoda E. Vass b. 27 Jan 1878, Carroll County, VA d.14 MAR 1965, Carroll County, VA md. Alfred UTT
      • 10. Rush F. Vass b. 1879 md. Abbie ANDERSON
      • 11. Robert Price Vass b. 7 Aug 1881, Carroll County, VA d.12 MAR 1967, Carroll County, VA md.Henrietta Clementine BOWMAN on 24 Jan 1900, Carroll County, VA
      • 12. Mary E. Vass md Larkin EDWARDS
        • 1. Melvin EDWARDS MD Hester June HAYNES
      • 13. Gilbert Lester Vass md Amanda Jane Hall [dau of James Andrew Hall and Eliza Miriam (Semones/Webb) who died when she was around the age of forty, with complications from the measles. James Andrew Hall later married Laura Elizabeth Akers. Amanda Jane Hall Vass who was a daughter from his first marriage. **
      • 14. Wyatt H Vass md Margaret SHAW
    • 2. Daniel Smith Webb b 5 Apr 1855 in Carroll Co., Va d. 29 Apr 1938 md
      (1) Mary Ellen Edwards 25 Sep 1873 in Carroll Co., Va b. 1859
      (2) Lula Howell 4 Nov 1908, Carroll Co, VA b 1867 in Floyd Co., Va **
      • 1. John E. Webb b. 1875. He died in Texas married Mary Kaiser.
        • 1. Isaac WEBB
      • 2. James Ed Webb b 1878. married Nealy SHEPHARD
      • 3. Estel Rogers Webb b 30 Jun 1879. married Mae ___
      • 4. Lena Maude Webb b 1881.
      • 5. Benny Oscar Webb b Nov 4 1882 d 8 Nov 1957. married Victoria Lula OGLE 4 Sep 1904 Carroll Co., Va b Oct 1882.d 21 Dec 1951 ** **
        • 1. Estel Edward WEBB b 3 Nov 1919 in Pulaski Co.,Va. d 30 Apr 2004 in Pulaski Co.,Va. buried in Oakwood Cem.,Pulaski Co.,V. md Joanne RICHARDSON
          • 1. Jerry E WEBB md ___ Dale
          • 2. W Rex WEBB md Sharon ___
          • 3. Vicki WEBB md Charles RHETT
            • 1. Jeremy RHETT
            • 2. Kelly W RHETT
        • 2. Jimmy WEBB md Mildred ___
        • 3. Madge WEBB md ___ HIBBERT
        • 4. Doris WEBB md ___ VORDO
      • 6. Jesse James Webb b 6 Oct 1885 married Vera ROBINSON
      • 7. Maggie Jane Webb b 14 Oct 1887 in Carroll Co., Virginia. d 22 Jul 1951 in Carroll Co., Va. md Allen Jefferson C. WEBB on 19 Dec 1911 in Carroll Co., Va. son of ____ and _____
        • 1. Franklin D. WEBB died after 2 Feb 1999.
        • 2. Romie Smith WEBB
      • 8. Jonas Boyd Webb b Dec 1888. d 1903.
      • 9. Jefferson Webb b Feb 1890. married Charlotte ___
      • 10. Isaac Webb b 20 Mar 1893 in Carroll Co.,Va married Ebba KRAFTENBERG
      • 11. Pearl Webb b Aug 1895. married DR. Robert C. BOWIE
      • 12. Clara Webb md Mont HARDY
      • 13. Clarence Webb md Clara E. WHITE
    • 3. George Wythe Webb b. 1/20/1857 in Carroll Co., Virginia d. 3/22/1894 in Carroll Co., Virginia. buried at Isaac Webb Cemetery
    • 4. Ruth Angeline Elizabeth Webb b. 9/27/1859 d. 26 Feb 1929 md. Lewis Alexander JENNINGS on 14 OCT 1875, Carroll County, VA **
      • 1. Octavia Jennings
      • 2. Lucy Jennings
      • 3. Edith Jennings
      • 4. James L. Jennings
      • 5. Webb Jennings
      • 6. Malesia Jennings
      • 7. Levena Jennings
      • 8. John Quincy Jennings
      • 9. Gladys Jennings
      • 10. Cosby S Jennings
      • 11. Hannah Jennings
      • 12. Tipton Jennings
    • 5. Marshall Price Webb b. 2/09/1862 d. 5/14/1937 SEE BELOW
    • 6. Mary Candace Webb b. 8/23/1866 d. 3/23/1890 md
      (1) William Roberson GOAD on 1 FEB 1883, Carroll County, VA
      (2) Joseph Vinson HORTON on 21 Jan 1885, Carroll County, VA **
      • 1. William David GOAD b. 25 Nov 1883, Carroll County, VA d.14 April 1961, Carroll County, VA md. Diannah Virginia LARGEN on 31 Dec 1902, Carroll County, VA
      • 2. Lewis Everett HORTON b. 7 Jan 1886, Carroll County, VA d. 24 May 1956, Carroll County, VA md. Rosa Belle QUESENBERRY
      • 3. Unnamed HORTON b. 19 MAR 1890, Carroll County, VA d. 21 MAR 1890, Carroll County, VA
    • 7. David Montague Smith Webb b. 10/12/1876 d. 7/16/1942 md. Joanna Worrell on 4 Oct 1885, Carroll County, VA **
      • 1.Emma C. WEBB
      • 2. Isaiah Davis WEBB
      • 3. Grover L. WEBB
      • 4. Christopher Price WEBB
      • 5. Judith May WEBB
      • 6. Malesia H. WEBB
      • 7. Isaac Howard WEBB
      • 8. Daisy E. WEBB
      • 9. Troy Elton WEBB
      • 10. Russell Ray WEBB
      • 11. Innocence WEBB
      • 12. Montie WEBB
      • 13. Mason WEBB
    • 8. Octavia Jane Webb b. 7/20/1875,in Snake Creek, Fancy Gap, Carroll Co., Virginia. Va d. 1/07/1968, in Hillsville, Carroll Co., Virginia. She was buried in Isaac Webb Cem., Carroll Co., Virginia. ** married
      (1) Homer Anderson GARDNER b 14 Mar 1878 in Floyd Co., Virginia. d 14 Jan 1967 in Carroll Co., Va. buried Oakland United Methodist Cem., Carroll Co., Va. s/o Floyd Andrew GARDNER & Amanda HYLTON [ He married 2 Dec 1897 in Floyd Co., Va. Maria A. HOWELL]
      Homer GARDNER; is the son of; Floyd Andrew GARDNER and Amanda Hylton; is the son of Alexander GARDNER and Susannah Webb; son of William M GARDNER and Nancy Leona "Oney" MARTIN ; son of James Gardner and Tobitha Martin my 4th G Grandparents
      (2) John Anderson Goad 14 NOV 1889, Carroll County, VA b. 8 Feb 1868, Carroll Co., Va d. 27 Dec 1927, Carroll Co., Va s/o James Fountain Goad (1841-1915) & Hannah Webb (1844-1887) **note: Octavia was a first cousin of John Anderson Webb's mother, Hannah Webb.
      (3) Washington Conner Winesett on 15 Jan 1930, Carroll County, VA
    • 9. Judith/Julia Emaline Webb b. 9/13/1878 d. 12/06/1933 md. George WORRELL on 15 JAN 1896, Carroll County, VA
      • 1. Claudia J. WORRELL b. 6 Nov 1896, Carroll County, VA d. 25 Feb 1974, Carroll County, VA md. John Fred WEBB on 25 Dec 1916, Carroll County, VA son of ___ and ____
        • 1. Georgia Lovelene WEBB
      • 2. Georgia Lovelene WORRELL
      • 3. Lewis WORRELL b abt 1900 d. 27 OCT 1937



  • Marshall Price Webb b. 2/09/1862 d. 5/16/1938 md
    (1) Emeline Susan Edwards Sept. 5, 1883 b. 3/18/1868 d. 7/24/1929 . They are buried in the Webb Family Cemetery
    (2) ___ Branscome . ** **

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    • 1. India "Ina" F. Webb b. 7/02/1884 Carroll Co., Va. married Landon D. Fariss on 14 Mar 1913 in Carroll Co., Va. b.1879 Carroll Co., Va. s.o William Jackson FARISS * Julia A.__ **
      • 1. __ Fariss
      • 2. Landon Price Fariss
      • 3. Virgina Emeline Fariss
    • 2. Isaac Jefferson Webb b. 10/25/1885 d. 11/21/1970 SEE BELOW
    • 3. Kitty Maude Webb b. Feb 6 1888 in Carroll Co., Va d. July 21 1909 in Carroll Co.,Va. married 30 Nov 1904 in Carroll Co., Va - Benjamin Lee Simpkins s/o Legrand S. Simpkins & Manessa Duncan b. 6 Aug 1882, Pulaski County, VA d. 5 Nov 1920, Carroll County, Va. They are buried in the Isaac Webb cemetery located off Route 674 just north of Route 921 intersection.
      • 1. Glenn L. Simpkins b. 5 Sep 1905 married Marie LaPrarie.
      • 2. Edna Ruth Simpkins b. Jan 29 1909 in Bluefield WV d. March 6 1984 in Circleville Ohio md Myron Pemberton Lair b 7/5/1897 Bellefontaine OH.

      View the Simpkins Family Genealogy HERE
      View the Lair Family Genealogy HERE
    • 4. Ralph WEBB b. 17 Mar 1889 in Carroll Co., Virginia died in Carroll Co., Virginia.
    • 5. Posey Pierce Webb b. Oct 18 1890 d. 22 Apr 1968. married Maude Alice LARGEN on 1 Sep 1913 in Carroll Co., Va. [ b. 19 Jan 1893 in Carroll Co., Va. d. 4 Mar 1982 in Carroll Co., Va. d/o James LARGEN & Irena BOWMAN **
      • 1. Bettie Marie Webb married Barnard Horton
      • 2. Inez Webb married John Heogh McPeak
      • 3. Ralph "Kermitt" Webb married Eula Gregory
      • 4. Warren Quentin Webb b. July 19, 1918 d Oct 28 2005 married Nila Obediah Shockley dau of Elmer Smith Webb Shockley and Neatie Lougay Edwards
        OBIT: Roanoke Times-Dispatch : Warren Quentin Webb, 87, of Hillsville, passed away Friday, October 28, 2005 at Twin County Regional Hospital. Mr. Webb was preceded in death by his parents, Posey and Maude Largen Webb, son Quentin Ray Webb, brother, Billy Webb and sister, Virginia Webb Mitchell. Mr. Webb is survived by his wife, Nila Obediah Webb, Hillsville; two daughters and son-in-law, Carolyn Webb Giannini, Richmond, Elsie and Gaylon Alderman, Petersburg; sons and daughters-in-law, Ernest and Joyce Webb, Hillsville, Bill and Donna Webb, Roanoke, Bob and Shelia Webb, Lawton, Oklahoma, Glenn and Terry Webb, Hillsville; brothers, Rush Webb, Sandusky, Ohio, Kermit Webb, Elyra, Ohio, Cecil Webb, Macedonia, Ohio, Ted Webb, Woodlawn, James P. Webb, Hillsville; sisters, Inez McPeak, Hillsville, Betty Horton, Salem; 13 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; one stepgranddaughter; five stepgreat-grandchildren; numerous beloved nieces and nephews and special friend and care giver, Danny Jones. Funeral services will be held 1 p.m. Monday, October 31, 2005 at the Vaughan-Guynn-McGrady Chapel with the Rev. Charles Smythers and Rev. Terri Gregory officiating. Burial will be in the Shockley Family Cemetery. The family will receive friends Sunday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Vaughan-Guynn-McGrady Funeral Home. Military Rites by Hillsville V.F.W. Post 1115 and Masonic Rites by Hillsville Masonic Lodge #193 A.F. & A.M. (8407228)
        • 1 Quentin Ray Webb d Jan.1984 auto accident
        • 2. Elsie Marie Webb md __ Alderman
        • 3. Ernest Wayne Webb md Joyce ___
        • 4. Carolyn Ruth Webb md __ Giannini
        • 5. William Dyer Webb
        • 6. Glenn David Webb
        • 7. Robert Edward Webb
        • 8. Terry Elmer Webb
      • 5. James Price "June" Webb married Evon Bartlett
      • 6. Ernest Cecil Webb married Carlyle Spicker
      • 7. Rush Pierce Webb
      • 8. Virginia Irene Webb b June 2, 1926 in Carroll County, Virginia d Aug. 2, 2005 buried at at Lutheran Memorial Park, Hinckley, Ohio; married
        (1) Moyer McPeak
        (2) Russell Mitchell
        OBIT: Virginia I. Webb Mitchell, 79, passed away Aug. 2, 2005. Born June 2, 1926 in Carroll County, Virginia to Posey Pierce and Maude (nee Largen) Webb, Virginia moved to Shaker Hts. where she served as an Executive Assistant to the Chairman of Leaseway Transportation and retired to pursue her philanthropist interests. She took much pride in her genealogical studies--researching her family's patriotic, scholarly, and royal heritage. Most notably, she made several contributions to the Carroll County Genealogical Society. She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the Western Reserve Historical Society. She also served as chairman of The Apple Computer Club, sharing her knowledge and passion for computer technology. She traveled much of the world and was multi-lingual; particularly talented in Russian cursing. Of all her accomplishments, she was most proud to have led her son's baseball team to victory as the Bedford's first female baseball coach, while maintaining her positions as a Cub Scout Leader and PTA mother. She was an avid reader, loved political debates, gardening, music, knitting, sewing, working the NY Times Crosswords (in pen), and running a home-based small scale production studio. Most of all, she loved nothing more than the magnificent hours spent her precious family and her treasure trove of friends. She was no candle in the wind, rather a "splendid torch burning bright" for her survived generations. Beloved mother of Alice Bagley (nee McPeak) and Martin McPeak; loving grandmother of Shannon Gass, Aaron McPeak, Michael Bagley, Jennifer Kabat (nee McPeak), Molly George (nee McPeak), and the late Courtney McPeak; proud great grandmother of five; dear sister of Ralph (Kermit), James Price (June), Warren Quentin, Earnest Cecil, Rush Pierce, Theodore Glenn Webb, Inez McPeak (nee Webb), and Betty Marie Horton (nee Webb); loving and proud aunt and great aunt of many that she held so dear to her heart. Family will receive friends FRIDAY FROM 7-9 P.M. AND SATURDAY FROM 11 A.M.-1 P.M. at the WAITE & SON FUNERAL HOMES, BRUNSWICK CHAPEL, 3300 CENTER RD., BRUNSWICK, OH, 44212. Service at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Funeral Home. Interment at Lutheran Memorial Park, Hinckley. www.cleveland.com/obits Published in The Plain Dealer on 8/5/2005.
        • 1. Alice McPeak md __ Bagley
        • 2. Martin McPeak
      • 9. William Clarence Webb
      • 10. Theodore Glenn Webb "Ted" married Georgia Ward
    • 6. George Matthew "Matt" Webb b. 5/14/1892 in Carroll Co., Va. d. 26 Nov 1973 in Carroll Co., Va. married Lura Cruise on 15 Feb 1922 in Carroll Co., Va. [b.1 Feb 1895 in Carroll Co., Va. d.13 Sep 1981 in Carroll Co., Va. d/o Peter CRUISE & Sarah Jane LARGEN ]
      • 1. Claude E Webb was born on 10 Jun 1925 in Carroll Co.,Virginia. He died on 14 Jun 1925 in Carroll Co.,Virginia. He was buried in Jun 1925 in Largen Cem.,Carroll Co.,Va.
    • 7. Alva Edison Webb b. 21 Dec 1893 in Carroll Co., Va d. 5 May 1972. married Ada "Margie" Hall.[b.10 Apr 1903 d.15 Jul 1976] They are buried at Greasy Creek Cem.,Floyd Co.,Va.
    • 8. Anna "Annie" Laura Webb b. Aug 1895 married Gerald Connelby
    • 9. David Hassell Webb b. 3/10/1897 d. 1/1/1975 married Virginia Witt
    • 10. Melissa/Malesia/Marian Elizabeth "Brucie" Webb b: 8/14/1898 d. 8/3/1973 married Leonard Wilson Bruce 1882-1952.
      • 1. Gerald Ernest 1926- m. Phyllis Marie Bowling 1929-
    • 11. Octavia Maggie Webb b. 3/8/1900 in Carroll Co., Virginia died on 4 Jun 1908 in Carroll Co., Virginia.
    • 12. Mary Byrd Webb b. 10 Sep 1902 in Hillsville, Carroll Co., Va d. 23 Apr 1979 in Carroll Co., Va. buried in Floyd Webb Cem., Carroll Co., Va. married William Solomon "Willy" GOAD on 8 Jan 1922 in Carroll Co., Va [b. 29 Aug. 1899, Carroll Co, VA d. 25 June 1978, Carroll Co, VA s/o Robert Lee GOAD & Annie Dione MONDAY ]
      ---She was very quiet, humble and oh so kind, and the best country cook ever.
      • 1. Loraine Goad b 1923
      • 2. Willie Kathleen Goad b 1925 md John Mosoffian
      • 3. Dorris Goad b 1926
      • 4. Ernest Harold Goad b 15 Mar 1928 d 8 Feb 1964 Director Arlington, VA 22111 [died in a car crash] buried at Section 35 Site 1902 ** Arlington National Cemetery md ___
        --- SSN 228-30-7222 Virginia
    • 13. William Crockett Webb b. 6/15/1904 in Carroll Co., Va. died in 1984 in Carroll Co., Va. married Ruth E. DEHAVEN on 6 Jan 1924 in Carroll Co., Va.[b.1905 d. 27 Apr 2001 in Carroll Co., Va.] They are buried Monta Vista Memory Gardens **
      • 1. Willadene Webb died aft. 27 Apr 2001 Mechanicsville, VA married ___ Greenwood.
      • 2. Hilda Webb d. aft 27 April 2001, Boones Mill, VA married Vernon Dickerson
      • 3. Ronald Webb married Darlo (residence 27 April 2001, Chester, VA)
      • 4. Peggy Sue Webb died before 27 Apr 2001.
    • 14. Zoa Webb b. 12/14/1906 in Carroll Co., Virginia died on 6 May 1907 in Carroll Co., Virginia.
    • 15. Ina Webb b. 9 Apr 1908 in Carroll Co., Virginia died on 9 Apr 1908 in Carroll Co., Virginia.




    Issac J Webb & Edna Gardner
    wedding photo Aug 2 1911
  • Isaac Jefferson Webb b. 9/25/1885 d. 11/21/1970 married
    (1) Edna Gardner d/o John Lee GARDNER & Celia Whitlock BRANSCOME 2 Aug 1911 Carroll Co., Va b Oct 22 1882 in Carroll Co., Va. d Feb 8 1960
    John Lee GARDNER- son of Andrew Washington GARDNER and Mary Elizabeth QUESENBERRY my 3rd Great Grandparents on the Gardner Tree
    (2) Stella Martin
    (3) Maude Lea Collier b 6 Jan 1894 in Carroll Co., Virginia. d 26 Dec 1989 in Carroll Co., Virginia. She was buried in Silverleaf Presb Church Cem., Carroll Co., Virginia. d/o Enoch COLLIER & Nancy LARGEN . [Maude was also married to William Martin THOMPSON "Billy" 10 Mar 1914 Carroll Co., Va b 1891 d 1959. and had a child named Opal THOMPSON **]
    Isaac Jefferson Webb and Edna Gardner are buried at Monte Vista Park Cemetery, Old Blue Princeton Road, Bluefield, WV
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  • Issac J Webb
    1885-1970

    Edna Gardner
    1882-1960
    • 1. Kitty Maud WEBB was born Aug 8 1912 and died Aug 31 1912 in Bluefield, W. Va. She was buried in the Webb Family Cemetery, Hillsville. VA
    • 2. Tipton Vernon Webb was born May 1, 1914, Died: August, 1964 in Peoria, Ill.
      During WW 2 he was a 9th Air Force glider pilot. During a mission over Holland, his plane was shot down. Although he survived, his life was in danger as the Germans were looking for him. He was able to elude capture and was eventually saved by the Dutch Underground who safely hid him and cared for him. He was eventually moved to the safety of a Catholic Maternity Hospital where he remained until US troops secured the area and he was able to rejoin his unit. He was then flown home. During this time, he was reported "Missing in Action".
    • 3. Mary Byrd Webb was born May 27, 1916 d. February 25, 2005 married Lester R. Spangler, May, 1940 d. November 26, 2001
      NOTE: OBIT: "In Memory ...Mary Byrd Webb Spangler, born May 27, 1917, passed away February 25, 2005. She was a native of Bluefield, West Virginia and resided in Pearisburg, Virginia since 1943. She is survived by her sons, Lester Raymond Spangler, Jr., James Edward Spangler, Thomas, and five grandchildren. Also surviving is her sister, Helen W. Allen of Pleasant Garden, North Carolina. Her husband, Lester R. Spangler, passed away November 26, 2001. Her parents, Edna Gardner Webb and Isaac Webb, and brothers Isaac Webb, Jr. and Vernon also preceded her in death. Funeral service was held at Pearisburg Presbyterian Church on February 27, 2005 at 1:00 pm, by Pastor David R. Snyder. Interment at Birchlawn Burial Park in Pearisburg, Va."
      • 1. Lester Raymond Spangler, Jr., b. December 12, 1944 married Chieko Goya, b. December 24, 1941 on November 26, 1969 Yonabaru, Okinawa, Japan [ Les is also researching Spangler lineage]
        • 1. George Keith Spangler b. January 11, 1971
        • 2. Christine Marie Spangler b. November 5, 1976
      • 2. James Edward Spangler b. November 12, 1949
      • 3. Thomas Michael Spangler b. May 31, 1953
    • 4. Isaac Jefferson "Jeff" Webb, Jr., b. July 26, 1919 d. February 6, 2005 married Margaret Clark, July 16, 1949.
      NOTE: OBIT: "IN MEMORY... Isaac Jefferson Webb, Jr., born July 26, 1919, passed away February 6, 2003. He was a native of Bluefield, West Virginia and had been a Williamsburg resident since 1951. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Margaret Clark Webb, his son Isaac Jefferson Webb III, and his wife Anne Bailey Webb of Kingsport TN; his daughter Mary Webb Johnston and her husband Kenneth M. Johnston of Williamsburg, Va, and his grandsons, Matthew Poteate, Eric Johnston, Adam Webb and Clark Webb. Also surviving are his sisters, Mary W. Spangler of Pearisburg, Va., and Helen W. Allen of Pleasant Garden, N. C. His parents, Edna Gardner and Isaac J. Webb, Sr., also brother Tipton Vernon Webb, preceded him in death. Mr. Webb served in the Royal Canadian Air Force and the United States Army Air Force as a Link Trainer Operator Instructor during WWII. He retired from Civil Service Communications at Ft. Eustis. The family will receive friends from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Nelson Funeral Home. Interment services will be private."
      • 1. Isaac Jefferson Webb III married Anne Bailey
      • 2. Mary Lynette Webb married Kenneth M. Johnston
    • 5. Helen Ruth Webb b. July 2, 1924 - (Living2004) married Frank Jackson "Jack" Allen on July 3, 1948, was born January 27, 1924, and died February 18, 1985


      NOTE-2004 -Helen Allen , "I worked for the Norfolk & Western Railway as a Stenographer, and that was where I met my wonderful husband. I was also Organist at a local Baptist Church for 30 years, and after his death I played for Christ Episcopal Church in Pearisburg, Virginia for ten more years. My sister Mary and her husband lived in Pearisburg. It was about 40 miles from Bluefield, and I made the trip every Sunday"
      NOTE:Helen lived in Bluefield, West Virginia all her life, and for ten years after Franks death remained in their home, Then built on to the end of Melinda's house in NC and have my own quarters. - Pleasant Garden, NC (just right outside of Greensboro).
      • 1. Frank Jackson Allen, Jr., Born: September 24, 1952 married Glenda Carrollyn Winstead on November 22, 1975. Frank is a Presbyterian minister in Kissimmee, Florida
        • 1. Carrie Anne Allen
        • 2. Christopher James Allen
      • 2. Mary Melinda was born Thanksgiving Day, November22, 1956. She married Thomas Edward Sizemore May 8, 1975.
        • 1. Jonathan Isaac Sizemore, Born April 17, 1982,
        • 2. Joshua Allen Sizemore, Born March 13, 1983 __ married May 2004
        • 3. Joseph Robert Sizemore, Born January 28, 1988
      • 3. William Bradley Allen, Born March 20, 1959. Married Toni Melisa Lyons on March 8, 1985.
        • 1. William Jackson Allen, Born June 13, 1989,
        • 2.Melisa Ruth Allen, Born July 31, 1997.




    LINKS:
    Webb Family Genealogy
    Webb Family websites on Rootsweb
    Info gathered here was submitted by Helen Ruth Webb Allen and from various websites online.
    (note : above you will see ** among the info. They are links. Click the link and it will open the website for reference. (Great way to find other kin folk , as they have posted family info or data among their work or are searching for family also *S*)

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    "To All Descendants - Let's perfect this Genealogy by correcting all errors and omissions; also by reporting births, deaths and marriages, giving full names, dates, and places. Send information to Helen Webb and she will see that it is added or documents are saved till they become ancestor mode. Then, at future reunions, it will be handy for you to see and here online and keep up to date. When a future Genealogy is prepared, it can then be made more complete." This is "Life in the Past Lane" that we are all part of.


    NOTE: This website is a gift to my new found cousin(Gardner) and my new friend, "Helen Webb", from me. As she has said to me many times, this is helping family and ancestors come to life. This is for her and our family. If you have any photos or stories, please send them to and I will be glad to include them. ~ ~ Vickie


    I saw behind me those who had gone, and before me those who are to come. I looked back and saw my father and his father and all our fathers, and in front to see my son and his son, and the sons upon sons beyond. And their eyes were my eyes. As I felt so they had felt, and were to feel, as then, so now, as tomorrow and forever. Then I was not afraid, for I was in a long line that had no beginning and no end. And the hand of his father grasped my father's hand and his hand was in mine, and my unborn son took my right hand and all, up and down the line that stretched from Time That Was to Time That Is and Is Not Yet, raised their hands to show the link. And we found that we were one....
    From: "How Green Was My Valley", by Richard Llewellyn

    A Prayer for Genealogists

    Lord, help me dig into the past
      And sift the sands of time,
    That I might find the roots that made
      This family tree of mine.
    Lord, help me trace the ancient roads
      On which my fathers trod,
    And led them through so many lands
      To find our present sod.

    Lord, help me find an ancient book
      Or dusty manuscript
    That's safely hidden now away
      In some forgotten crypt;
    Lord, let it bridge the gap that haunts
      my soul when I can't find
    The missing link between some name
      that ends the same as mine.

    N. Curtis Woods

    WARNING....GENEALOGY POX; [very contagious to adults]

    SYMPTOMS:
    Continual complaints as to need for names, dates and places. Patient has blank expression, sometimes deaf to spouse and children. Has no taste for work of any kind, except feverishly looking through records at libraries, courthouses and internet, Has compulsion to write letters and send e-mail. Swears at mailman when he doesn't stop and leave mail. Frenquents strange places such as cemeteries, ruins and remote desolate country areas. Makes secret night calls. Hides phone bills from spouse and mumbles to [him or her] self. Has strange far away look in eyes.

    TREATMENT:
    Medication is useless. There is no known cure. Disease is not fatal, but gets progressively worse. Patient should attend genealogy workshops, subscribe to genealogy magazines and be given a quiet corner in the house where he or she can be alone.

    REMARKS:
    The unusual nature of this disease is...the sicker the patient gets, the more he or she seems to enjoy it!
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