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Re: Robert Webb 1700's Virginia
Posted by: Diane White (ID *****8874) Date: June 30, 2006 at 22:55:35
In Reply to: Re: Are these Webbs connected to Tyrell Webbs? by James Bell of 2352

Hello, Mr. Bell:
I read your long message concerning the descen-
dants of Robert Webb and Millie Clinton Webb, with
great interest, because one of their children,
Jeremiah Webb, was my ggg grandfather. Jeremiah
Webb was the father of John Wesley Webb (and quite
a few other Webbs) who were living in White County,
Tenn., from the ealy 1800's until after the Civil
War. You may know all this already, if you've
looked into Jeremiah's descendants. My mother was
a Webb, born in western Kenrtucky, and only a few years ago, I found out that her family members moved to
western Kentucky after the Civil War because White
County, Tenn., was just about destroyed and there
was no future for them in middle Tennessee. Several
years ago, I went to White County to see where my
ancestors had lived, all those years ago.
I will probably never get around to doing as much
research on the Webbs when they lived in Virginia,
but I would very much like to know what your
research reveals about where they lived. Maybe
we'll never know where they came from in England,
but it's good to know where they lived after
coming to America.
I would love to hear from you.
Thank you,
Diane White
(Mother was Barbara Webb, from Kentucky)

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