|Posted By:||Bev Sanders|
|Subject:||Re: Webb family 1796-1900|
|Post Date:||March 29, 2011 at 14:27:55|
|Forum:||Craig County, VA Genealogy Forum|
If you will send me your e-mail address again, my hard drive laid down on me so I have to work from things I have copied. But this I can tell you from backup.
Philip married Kathryn Huff 1st. March 9, 1846 she died around 1859, cannot find burial spot.
Children: Creed T. found Civil War info; James W. my grandfather moved to KY married 2 times, second wife Annie Haynes; Mary Prudence came to KY and md. Samuel R. Moredock; Sarah J. Webb is really Sarah Isabella just found info on her. Md. Thomas H. Steger.; Robert Daniel md. Eliza Fusnet have marriage lic. Or that name could be Daniel Robert it is listed both ways.
Philip A. second wife Louisa May (Sink?)her last name is found as May on marriage lic. but on Civil War papers it is Sink she could have remarried since Philip died in 1913 and she died after 1930. They lived in Craig Co. except after 1909 then they moved to Roanoke City, Roanoke Co. VA.
Children: John Henry Webb b. 1859 I have not found a wife on him; Philip Hamilton Webb came to KY married Susan Elivera Nicholes they lived in Garfield KY; Tenn.; VA and ended up in Michigan they divorced in 1932. I can't find a death date for Philip.; Jacob no info other than on census; Alice probably married a Martin they had child name Godffrey that lived with Louisa until her death and then lived with his Uncle John; Annie Leigh born in Franklin Co. lived in Craig Co.,until her death. From what I gather she worked in a Government Office, she died 1939 in Craig Co., VA.
I have more but I have to find my notes to go any further. I had failed to backup on disc anything that I found in 2010. I won't do that again! I also lost my
I would love to have a copy of Philip and Kathryn's marriage lic.
I have Philip A. (father) in Co. E with James W. both fought under General Stonewall Jackson and both wounded. Philip drove an ambulance. Creed T. I think was in a different Company. I also have pictures of some of the Webb's if you don't.