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Thomas Webb family of Virginia

William Morgan Brown

Thomas Webb family of Virginia

by William Morgan Brown

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Published by W.M. Brown in Parkersburg, W.V (P.O. Box 4705, Parkersburg 26104-4705) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Webb family,
  • Webb, Thomas, -- d. ca. 1659 -- Family,
  • Shofner family,
  • Virginia -- Genealogy,
  • Tennessee -- Genealogy

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby William Morgan Brown.
    GenreGenealogy.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.W368 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 382 p. :
    Number of Pages382
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16884762M
    LC Control Number2007909871

    Thomas and his brother, James, received a grant for acres on the south side of the Potomac River on 3 April for the “transport” of 17 person including themselves and Lurida, Mary and William Baldridge. [] Later that year, Thomas Baldridge represented Northumberland County in the Virginia House of Burgesses []. Many years ago, a genealogical researcher on the Hudnall Family determined that Mary, wife of John Hudnall (d) of Northumberland County, Virginia, was the sister of Thomas Webb (d) of the same. (See Webb) The researcher then looked for a Webb Family in England that had children Thomas and Mary, born in the early 's. He/she found.

      The Firm Webb Family of Cox City, OK (Source: Family Tree Maker User Home Pages) Marshall Biography of John L. Webb A History of the State of Oklahoma, (Source: Internet Archive). We match scores of Webb males tested to some degree, but our one step mutation out of 67 markers is a Webb family from Virginia, and we are closely related to .

    Thomas Webb is a short story author, essayist, and novelist. He’s a prior service Marine who resides in Richmond, VA, with his wife and two children. When he’s not spending time with his family or writing, Thomas enjoys lifting weights, running, and choking his friends via the fine art of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Hello: The story of our family reunion is one of LOVE and CONNECTIONS that persevered through the darkest and hardest times of SLAVERY. Records of the Webb Family go as far back as to John and Susan (Pearce) Webb in the County of Roanoke, Virginia, then move westward to Gibson, Henderson and Shelby counties in the State of Tennessee. In the census, slave owner A. J. Webb .


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Author: William Morgan Brown ISBN: WISC Genre: Tennessee. Read the digitized book:Thomas Webb family of Virginia: a genealogical family history of Thomas & Elizabeth Webb and Family of Virginia: allied families include Thomas Webb family of Virginia book, Earnhart, Fisher, Fogleman, Gaskins, Marbury, Moore, Morton, Motlow, Shoffner and Taylor - Thomas Webb family of Virginia: a genealogical family history of Thomas & Elizabeth Webb and Family of Virginia: allied families include Basye, Earnhart, Fisher.

Thomas Webb died before in Northumberland County, Virginia. He was married to Elizabeth. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina. Includes index. Includes Anthony, Arnold, Ehrenhardt, Haynes, Holt, Robertson, Smalling, Thweatt, Tune and related families.

WEBB of Virginia: Concerning Thomas Webb and Mary, wife of John Hudnall of Northumberland County, Virginia. Many years ago, a genealogical researcher on the Hudnall Family determined that Mary, wife of John Hudnall (d) of Northumberland County, Virginia, was the sister of Thomas Webb (d) of the same.

(See below) The researcher then looked for a Webb Family in England that had. Thomas Webb b. 6 May Northumberland County, Virginia d.

21 Mar /22 Northumberland County, Virginia - Probate: Early Colonial Settlers of Southern Maryland and Virginia's Northern Neck Counties Record Book, Page Webb, Thomas, of St. Stephens Parish W. 19 November W. P, 21 March /   Notes: Monongalia County, Virginia to Harrison County Name Change-Between &Thomas Webb appears to have gone from Monongalia County, Virginia to Harrison County, Virginia with his family.

Is this the time when Monongalia County was split up, and they really didn't move -- just the name of the county in which they lived changed. Issue (known): (23) Thomas Tarlton 5. (12) Foster 4 Webb Jr., born Jan. 13,died Dec.

9, (Family Bible). The Foster Webb who was Paymaster General of the Va. State Linewas no doubt the elder man of the name, the uncle of Foster Webb, Jr.; but the latter may have been the member of the House of Delegates in and Chapter One.

Early Webbs. of Virginia. Jamestown was the first home in America for the ancestors of countless living Webbs. There was Thomas Webb who came on the first ship in with another man named Price to avoid the tyrannies of Sir Thomas Dale. They were overtaken and executed. Then there was Captain George Webb who came on the Third Supply in with Captain Wood, Captain.

Get this from a library. Thomas Webb family of Virginia: a genealogical family history of Thomas & Elizabeth Webb and Family of Virginia: allied families include Basye, Earnhart, Fisher, Fogleman, Gaskins, Marbury, Moore, Morton, Motlow, Shoffner and Taylor. [William Morgan Brown] -- Thomas Webb died before in Northumberland County, Virginia.

thomas WEBB b: 27 FEB in Essex Co.,Virginia InThomas went to the West Indies and engaged in merchandising and amassed a large fortune. He died a bachelor in St Thomas, Oct and was buried in Dover, England. Elizabeth WEBB b: 30 JUN She married 1) Philip Vass, Sheriff of Person Co and 2) Thomas Shepherd.

THOMAS WEBB Administrator of his late wife ELIZABETH WEBB Complains against SAMUELL SMITH in a Plea that Whereas Mr.

JAMES AUSTEN late of this county deceased Father to the said ELIZABETH died possessed of a Considerable personal Estate Consisting in Horses, Mares, Cattle, Hogs, Household Goods, and other things, viz. to the Value of thirty thousand pounds of Tobacco or thereabouts which.

The. Webb Family As I See It. By Kelly D. Webb © Issue: September, In the year the Webb family turned their thoughts toward a new land. They had been Englishmen for many years; the exact time has yet to be discovered, for they were residents of Glouster and the surrounding area of Gloustershire, England.

Get this from a library. Webb families of the Virginias. [Ronald R Turner] -- Contains some descendants of Giles Webb (fl. ) of Nansemond County, Virginia; Henry Webb (ca. ) of Grayson County, Virginia; and other Webb families in Virginia, or descendants. - Thomas Webb [x2]. Immigrated to VA between and - William Webb.

Immigrated to VA some time between and - Nicholas Webb. Transported to VA from Newgate Prison on he ship "Rappahanock" onindentured servant.

- Thomas Webb. Webb-Smith Family Papers, (bulk ) The Library of Virginia of the estate of his uncle Thomas Webb () who was a merchant in the West Indies, and who died in England. Thomas Webb was in partnership with Rawleigh Colston (d. ), the latter of whom was also his executor. The memorandum books contain notes Webb.

A book of the Webb family has been published by Robert Dickens Webb, M. I)., of Yazoo City, Miss., in which William or Micqjah Webb, Isle of Wight county, Virginia, is the progenitor. It was probably William, of the will of John Webb's lands, in Henrico, processioned —St. John's Parish Vestry Book.

Thomas Jefferson Floyd Webb was born in monthat birth place, Virginia, to John Henry Webb and Amelia L. Webb (born Ashworth). John was born on July 20in Grayson County, Virginia.

Goad and Webb Family of Southwest Virginia, Volume 1 Goad and Webb Family of Southwest Virginia, Janice Kinsler Smith: Compiled by: Janice Kinsler Smith: Edition: revised: Publisher: J.K.

Smith, Original from: the University of Wisconsin - Madison: Digitized: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.First Families of Virginia (FFV) were those families in Colonial Virginia who were socially prominent and wealthy, but not necessarily the earliest settlers.

They descended from English colonists who primarily settled at Jamestown, Williamsburg, The Northern Neck and along the James River and other navigable waters in Virginia during the 17th century. These elite families generally married."Webb Family of New Kent County (Concluded)" is an article from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume View more articles from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography.

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