Please submit "early," pre-1920 photos for inclusion in the Webb Album. Be sure to provide names, dates and any other biographical material you wish to have included. Photos will be displayed on a revolving basis. I welcome all to share! Thank you!
Jesse Webb DNA Group
Isaiah Thomas Webb Family
Isaiah Thomas Webb
Son of William Julius & Esther Webb
Isaiah Thomas Webb was born in TN and went to Missouri. He is buried at Davis Cemetery near Grovespring, MO.
Photos generously provided M. Fletcher.
Mary Moore Webb
Wife of Isaiah Thomas Webb
Isaiah Glover Webb Family
Son of Isaiah Thomas Webb & Mary Moore
Photo taken May 20, 1899
[Front row: Archie Webb, Glover Webb, Jeff Hillhouse, Clay Hillhouse, Frances Webb, Clint Webb. Back row: Albert Webb, Eta Webb, Jesse Webb, Delia Hillhouse, Ed Hillhouse.]
Isaiah Glover Webb went by his middle name, Glover. He homesteaded a farm in Wright Co., MO and was the son of Isaiah Thomas Webb and Mary Moore. Glover married Sarah Frances Davis. Glover's brother was William Julius Webb II who married Sarah Frances Davis' sister.
Sons of Isaiah Glover Webb
Front, left to right: Albert & Jesse Webb.
Back, left to right: Archie & Clint Webb and Clay Hillhouse.
Isaiah Glover Webb Family Homestead 1899
Wright Co., MO
Glover Webb is on the left and Clint & Archie Webb are the two young boys.
The house is still standing today with it's original fireplace, although the home has been added on to. All of the original outbuildings are also still on the property including the barn, chicken house and blacksmith shop.
Joseph Webb b. 1872 Dudley, England
b. April 3, 1872 Dudley, England
Immigrated to Ottawa, Ontario, Canada in 1904
Photo generously provided by M. Williams.
Captain Joseph Webb
Captain Joseph Webb
b. March 20, 1801/2 Salem, MA
d. July 21, 1846 in Pulao, Penang, East Indies
buried at Protestant Cemetery, Pulao
Read more about Capt. Joseph Webb in the March, 2012 issue of The Webb Bulletin.
Jonas Webb DNA Group
John and Melcena Webb of Bridgefort, West Virginia
John & Melcena Webb of Simpson Creek, Bridgeport, West Virginia, c1880 - 1885. They were living on land that had been homesteaded in the late 1700's by John Webb, son of Jonas Webb, Jr who was one of the original settlers of the Harrison County area in the latter part of the 1700's.
Photo generously provided by D. Webb.
John Webb 1705 VA DNA Group
Burley Webb, age 16 on his horse in 1907
Children of Milton Monroe Webb & Exer [Seaberry] Webb, 10 boys & 2 girls, 1920
[Burley Christopher Webb Sr. 5th from right]
John Webb 1717 Richmond Co. NC DNA Group
Elizabeth Payne Webb, b. 1790 TN, d. 1860 Jackson Co. MO,
m. James Brown in 1810, Giles Co. TN
Daughter of Larkin Morris Webb d. 1842 and Elizabeth Payne.
Jonathan Webb 1675 Stamford CT DNA Group
Marshall Webb was the son of the shipbuilder, William Henry Webb, and theoretically from the Jonathan Webb 1675 Stamford CT DNA Group.
b. c1846 NYC
Alice Zavistowski Webb,
wife of Marshall Webb
These 2 old catalog card photos, found in a great aunt's old photo album, were taken about 1880 or later, and are labeled: Mr. Marshall Webb and his wife. Both photos were taken at Anderson Gallery, 785 Broadway, NY NY. It is unknown why these photos were in the great aunt's album or what relationship she had with Marshall Webb and his wife. The great aunt was Mary Louise Starke Gray, wife of Confederate Surgeon, Dr. William Brooks Gray. - Thank you to Mrs. Gray's grandnephew, for sharing these photos.
Julius Webb DNA Group
Headstone of James Webb [b. Feb 13, 1784 VA - d. June 29, 1833 Shelby Co. KY], son of James Webb, d. 1813 Shelby Co. Kentucky.
Long Run Baptist Cemetery, Shelby Co. Kentucky
Photos courtesy of Bob Webb.
Merry Webb DNA Group
Franklin Peirce Webb, son of John Webb Jr, grandson of John Webb Sr, great grandson of Henry Webb and great great grandson of Merry Webb d. 1816 Washington Co. TN.
photo courtesy of D. Sparks
Humphrey Webb DNA Group
Parish of Boarstall in Buckinghamshire, England where Humphrey Webb's grandson, Thomas Webb [1670-1711] and great-grandson, John Webb [1703-1742] lived. This is the parish church where both Thomas and John Webb were churchwardens.
Grave of Thomas Webb b. 1670 Aston Rowant, Oxfordshire, d. 1711, Boarstall, Buckinghamshire, grandson of Humphrey Webb.
Grave of John Webb b. 1702, d. 1742 Boarstall, Buckinghamshire, great-grandson of Humphrey Webb.
Joseph Webb & Ada Field near the time of their marriage in 1899.
Joseph Webb b. 1874 Luton, Befordshire.
Ann Webb, wife of Harry Shaw, b. 1864.
Aubrey Charles Webb, son of Joseph and Ada Field Webb.
Reginald Joseph Webb b. 1900, son of Joseph and Ada Field Webb.
Photos and information courtesy of K. Day.
Ike Webb, Choctaw Co. Oklahoma
Ike Webb, son of C. L. Webb, Choctaw Co. Oklahoma, 4th from left
Descendant of James Webb b. 1790 NC m. Crisp
C. L. Webb Cotton Gin, Hugo, Choctaw Co. Oklahoma , 1925
Charles Lee Webb, son of John Criswell Webb m. Edna Box, and grandson of James Webb
b. 1790 NC m. Crisp
John Webb [1717 Richmond Co. NC] Group
Edmund F. & Arizona Markum Webb
with daughter, Katie Lee Webb
Edmond F. Webb born 1872 in Warren Co. TN, with wife, Arizona Markum, and daughter, Katie Lee Webb. Edmond was the son of Jesse T. Webb b. c1826 TN m. Mira Standley. Connection made through Family Finder DNA test.
Katie Lee Webb
b. June 10, 1892 TX
Katie Lee Webb [top row, 2nd from right] was born June 10, 1892 and married Sherman Cates. She was the daughter of Edmond Webb b. 1872 Warren Co. TN and Arizona Markum. Edmond was the son of Jesse T. Webb b. c1826 TN m. Mira Standley. Connection made through Family Finder DNA test.
Erby R. Webb
b. Nov 15, 1911
Photo provided by J. Fruge
Thomas Bridges Webb
b. 1839 - d. 1928
& Melissa Ellen Stephenson Webb
b. 1851 - d. 1921
Thomas Bridges Webb, b. July 3, 1839, Jackson, Missouri, d. Oct 21, 1928, Jackson, Missouri, m. Melissa Ellen Stephenson Webb in 1871. Thomas Bridges Webb was the son of Asaph Asa Webb, b. March 3, 1806 Claiborne Co. TN, and Mary Polly Bridges b. 1806 TN, and grandson of Joseph Webb b. 1786 NC, d. 1861, Jackson, Missouri.
Photo & Information provided by B. Stanfield
John Webb [1705 VA] Group
Freddie Mae Webb m. Henry Dickert
Atlanta, Fulton Co. GA
Freddie Mae Webb was born about 1873 to Austin and Malinda Webb of Fulton Co. GA. Freddie Mae Webb married Henry Dickert on Dec 21, 1892 in Fulton Co. GA. She and Henry had 5 children, two that lived at least into their teens. Henry died before 1900 and left Freddie Mae a widow, living with her parents, Austin and Malinda Webb. By 1910 she was a boarder on Pearl Street in Atlanta with two teenage daughters. She may have remarried to a Lawson, but this is not certain.
Freddie Mae Webb's father was Austin Webb and he was the son of Burrell J. and Sarah Booth Webb, and grandson of Austin Webb m. Ailsey Waters. If anyone knows someone who descends from Burrell Webb and would be able to find this photo a good home, please contact the administrator.
[Back of the photo: "Presented to Charley by his best friend Freddie Webb - 53(?) S Pryor St Atlanta Ga. Sunday June 21 1891."]
John Webb [1694 PA] Group
John Webb b. 1794 of Co. Armagh, N. Ireland Gravestone
Cathedral Graveyard, Co. Armagh, N. Ireland
Photos taken and provided by S. Webb.
Jonathan Webb 1675 CT Group
Family of Elijah Webb b. 1817 Wake Co., North Carolina
[to Dekalb Co., Georgia]
Margaret Webb Cook, b. March 17, 1857 Dekalb Co., GA, d. December, 3, 1917. Photo is taken with her husband, Benjamin Cook. Margaret Webb Cook was the twin daughter of Elijah Webb b. 1817, and Hannah Louisa Baker Webb.
Elijah Webb, b. November 14, 1817 Raleigh, Wake Co., NC, d. November 5, 1895, Dekalb Co. GA, m. Hannah Louisa Baker. Elijah Webb was a Primitive Baptist Minister for 27 years. He was the son of John Webb b. 1777, d. 1835 and Elizabeth Huntley Falkner b. 1787, d. 1833, both of Anson Co. NC.
Benjamin Franklin Webb b. February 9, 1878 Dekalb Co., GA, d. February 5, 1937 Dekalb Co., GA. Photo taken with his wife, Ella Canary Golden. Benjamin Franklin Web was the grandson of Elijah and Hannah Louisa Baker Webb.
William Henry Webb, b. February 12, 1889, Dekalb Co., GA, d. August 26, 1964, Dekalb Co., GA.; son of Thomas Franklin Webb and Lanie Ophelia Cook, and grandson of Elijah Webb b. 1817 and Hannah Louisa Baker Webb. Photo taken with his wife, Jessie Viola Richardson.
Jessie Gertrude Webb Faith, b. July 24, 1900, Dekalb Co., GA, d. August 15, 1968, Dekalb Co. GA. She was the daughter of Thomas Franklin Webb and Lanie Ophelia Cook Webb, and granddaughter of Elijah Webb b. 1817 and Hannah Louisa Baker Webb. Jessie Gertrude Webb married James Henry Faith of Dekalb Co. GA.
Thomas Franklin Webb, b. March 24, 1859, Dekalb Co. GA, d. April 12, 1924, Dekalb Co. GA. Tom Webb married 1st Lanie Ophelia Cook about 1879 in Dekalb Co. GA, and married 2nd Tommie Albertine Tanner in 1910, Dekalb Co., GA. Thomas Franklin Webb was the son of Elijah Webb b. 1817 and Hannah Louisa Baker Webb, and grandson of John Webb b. 1777, Wake Co., NC and Elizabeth Huntley Falkner Webb.
Photos from the collection of T. Sills.
William Riley Webb Family
George Washington Webb, born March 9, 1848 in Jackson Co. TN, d. Nov 2, 1935, Macon Co. TN.
Home of George Washington Webb, Jackson Co. TN.
Oliver Burton Webb, born August 18, 1869 Jackson Co. TN, d. March 4, 1899, son of George Washington Webb.
George Washington Webb Family Portrait.
George Washington Webb Family History.pdf
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Photos from the collection of G. Dodd.
Isaac Webb 1647 Group
William Caleb Webb [d. 1804 Iredell Co. NC] Family
Susan Sophie Bow Webb, wife of William Caleb "Bee" Webb, born January 14, 1855, died November 26, 1926 and buried in Clay Co. TN. Sophie and Bee Webb were married February 24, 1876.
William Caleb "Bee" Webb, born January 14, 1855, died November 26, 1924 in Clay Co. TN. He was the son of Daniel Webb b. 1803 and grandson of William Caleb Webb, d. 1804 Iredell Co. NC.
Photos from the collection of L. Webb
Webbs of Note:
Hon. Henry Greenleaf Webb was a lawyer in Labette County, Kansas He was born in Ridgeberry township, Bradford Co. Pennsylvania and was the son of Hon. John Leland Webb. John L. Webb was born in Fairfield Co. Connecticut and later moved to Bradford Co. Pennsylvania. The Hon. John L. Webb married Anise Hammond of Chemung Co. NY and they had seven children.
Henry Greenleaf Webb grew up in Pennsylvania and studied law under Judge John C. Knox and was admitted to the bar in 1848 at Wellsboro, PA. In 1849 he moved to Princeton, Wisconsin where he practiced law until 1868, when he then moved to Mound City, Linn Co., Kansas. By 1870 he had relocated to Oswego, Kansas. In that same year he was chosen judge of his district and remained in that office until 1873 when he resigned to go into partnership with W. B. Glasse. In 1889 he moved to Parsons and formed a partnership with C. L. Caldwell until 1893. He then became partners with J. N. Iden.
Judge Henry G. Webb married Susan J. Abbott on May 20, 1849. Susan died on September 3, 1864. They had one daughter, Emma E. Webb who married C. C. Wenzell of Kansas City. Henry then married Amanda J. Gower in 1866.
In 1876 he was elected to the state legislature of Kansas.
[Source: History of Labette Co. Kansas, Nelson Case, 1901]
Alexander Stewart Webb [1835-1911] - Born in NYC, son of James Watson Webb. He was a Union General in the Civil War. Earned a Medal of Honor at the Battle of Gettysburg.
Charles Webb  - Author of "The Graduate."
Charles Webb [1821-1898] - Born in Suffolk, England, son of William Webb & Elizabeth Hayward. He emigrated to Australia in 1849 where he became a hugely successful architect.
Edwin Yates Webb [1872-1955] - US Congressman from NC and Federal Judge appointed by President Woodrow Wilson.
George James Webb [1803-1887] - British-American Composer, born in Wiltshire, England and died in Orange, New Jersey.
Harry Rodger Webb "aka" Cliff Richard  - British Singer & Musician. Born in India to Rodger Oscar and Dorothy Marie Webb.
James Edward Webb [1906-1992] - Second Administrator of NASA.
James Watson Webb [1802-1884] - US Diplomat, newspaper publisher and politician, son of General Samuel Blatchley Webb of New York.
Jimmy Webb  - Born Elk City, OK. Singer/song writer.
Captain John Evered alias Webb [c1611-1668] - Born Wiltshire, England, lived in Massachussetts, drowned in 1668 while whaling.
Jonas Webb [1796-1862] - British farmer who developed the Southdown breed of sheep.
Loretta Webb "aka" Loretta Lynn  - Country Singer
Captain Matthew Webb [1848-1883] - First man to swim the English Channel.
Col. Samuel Blachley Webb [1753-1807] - Famous Revolutionary Soldier from CT.
Rev. Thomas William Webb [1807-1885] - British Astronomer.
Stephen Palfrey Webb [1804-1879] - Mayor of Salem, Massachusetts [1842-1845, 1860-1862 & Mayor of San Francisco, California [1854-1855].
Webb homes, farms, schools, museums, churches, businesses, towns, counties
& historical markers
Webb - Houston Co., AL - Town named for Benjamin Franklin and Susannah Fountain Webb.
The Webb School - Claremont, CA - Founded in 1922 by Thompson Webb, son of "Sawney" Webb, founder of The Webb School of Bell Buckle, Tennessee.
The William Edgar Webb House- Pasadena, CA - Built for an heir of the New York shipbuilder, William H. Webb.
Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum - Webb House of Wethersfield, Connecticut- Built in 1752, home of Joseph and Mehitabel Nott Webb .
The Ezra Webb House - Built about 1730 in Wethersfield, Connecticut - Ezra Webb was the uncle of Joseph Webb who built the Joseph Webb House.
John Webb's Mill - Thaxted, Essex, England - Windmill built in 1804 by John Webb.
Thomas Webb Crystal & Glassworks - Thomas Webb entered the glass business in 1829. He opened Thomas Webb's Glassworks in 1840 at Plattts, Amblecote.
Mappin & Webb Silversmiths - George Webb, brother-in-law of Jonathan Mappin joined the business in 1858... silversmiths to the Queen of England and the Prince of Wales.
Webb Farmhouse - Perry House Road, Ben Hill Co., GA.
Webb-Godfrey Home - House, Main Street, Gainesville, Hall Co. GA.
Webb House - Monroe Co. GA, built before 1849 by Charles Webb.
John Webb House - Elgin, Illinois, Connecticut- Built in 1872 for English immigrant John Webb who was the supervisor of the Dial Department of Elgin Watch Factory.
Webb - Town in Clay County, Iowa.
Arlington Plantation - Washington, LA. Built c1829 - The home of Major Amos Webb.
The James Webb Space Telescope - Greenbelt, Maryland.
The Marriott-Webb Farm and Farmhouse - Pittsfield Township Historical Society, Ann Arbor, Michigan - Built by Joseph Marriott [1805-c1870]. Home of Emma Marriott & James Hadley Webb, son of Dr. Nathan Webb [b. 1808] and Laurinda Webb.
Frederick Douglas-John Brown Meeting Historical Marker - Meeting occurred March 12, 1859 at the home of William Webb and was held to discuss methods to abolish slavery.
Webb- Named for James L. A. Webb who operated the only store there.
Webb City - Named for John C. Webb who found lead as he plowed his farm.
Webb Castle - Independence, Missouri. A castle moved to Missouri in 1904 for Watt Webb, president of Missouri Saving.
Webb House - Oysterponds Historical Society & Museum, Orient, New York - Home of Orange Webb.
Webb Institute - Glen Cove, New York - Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering school, founded in 1889 by William Henry Webb b. 1816, NY.
Webb, New York - Founded in 1837 as town of Wilmurt and later renamed for William Seward Webb in 1896.
Gardner-Webb University - Boiling Springs, Cleveland Co. North Carolina - Founded and named for the Gardner and Webb families of Cleveland Co., North Carolina.
Gardner-Webb University Historical Marker- Boiling Springs, Cleveland Co. North Carolina
Rev. James Milton Webb- Ruth, Rutherford Co. NC. The Webb House, built circa 1825-1835, home of Baptist Minister Rev. James Milton Webb & Kitty White Webb.
Victory Calls Stables, Webb Farm Historical Site - Mebane, North Carolina - Historic Webb Farm - Home of Alexander Smith Webb [1804-1849] & Cornelia Adeline Stanford Webb - photos, records and other historical information about this Essex Webb family.
Webb Chapel- First Baptist Church, Shelby, North Carolina - Named for Rev. James Milton Webb and first pastor of the church.
Brigadier General John Webb - Miami Co. Ohio - John Webb m. Priscilla Knight moved to Ohio from Kentucky in 1797. He was a teacher, justice of the peace, and was a Brigadier General in the Ohio Miltia and served in the War of 1812.
Tessa Sweazy Webb - Hocking Co. Ohio - Founder of "Ohio Poetry Day."
Webb City - Named for Horace M. Webb, its founder.
Major General Alexander Webb Monument - Gettysburg National Military Park, Gettysburg, Adams Co., Pennsylvania - Alexander Stewart Webb [1835-1911].
Grace Episcopal Church- Anderson, Anderson Co., South Carolina - The Parish was organized in 1851 with Rev. Benjamin Webb as the churches' first vicar.
Padgett's Creek Baptist Church- Cross Keys, Union Co, South Carolina - Founded in 1784 by Rev. John Webb and John Cole. Originally called "The Church of Christ of Tyger River."
Garrison-Webb Grist Mill, York Co. SC- Mill which the town of Fort Mill got its name [originally called "Little York."] Isaac Garrison and Theodoric Webb erected the mill.
The Webb School - Bell Buckle, Bedford Co., Tennessee - Founded in 1870 by William Robert "Old Sawney" Webb a descendant of the Alexander Smith Webb.
The Webb School Historical Marker - Founded in 1870 at Culleoka by William R. "Sawney" Webb and his brother John M. Webb.
Webbtown, TN - Unincorporated populated place or community in Macon Co. TN.
The Boardman-Webb House Historical Marker- Austin, Travis Co. Texas - Home of Walter Prescott and Jane Oliphant Webb. Walter Prescott Webb [1888-1965] was a professor, author and historian.
Webb Airforce Base- Big Springs, Texas - Named for 1st Lieutenant James L. Webb of Big Springs, a World War II fighter Pilot who was killed off of Japan in 1949.
Webb's Chapel - Farmer's Branch, Texas - Named for Isaac B. Webb, b. 1802 Sullivan Co., Tennessee who came to Texas in 1844.
Webb County - Named for James Webb [1792-1856], Attorney General and Secretary of State of the Republic of Texas.
Shelburne Farms - Home of Dr. William Seward and Lila Vanderbilt Webb on Lake Champlain, Vermont.
Hampstead Plantation - Home built by Conrad Webb of New Kent, c1812-1820.
The Webb Company, Inc. - Washington DC stationers founded by Oscar Burton Webb in 1919.
Colonial Pennsylvania: Settlement of Philadelphia, cropped.