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Re: William webb
« Reply #27 on: Monday 28 January 19 19:27 GMT (UK) »
The marriage that the trees have for Thomas though I am not sure how they have linked it to your Thomas

10 Oct 1777
NETHER WALLOP
Thomas Webb
Mary Gearle

That is defo right. So do you know if the tree goes back further?

That cannot be right.  William was baptised 12 Nov 1783, parents Thomas & Mary  ;D

The Thomas & Mary (nee Gearle) who married at Nether Wallop were having children at Nether Wallop from 1778 until 1794

Right hang on so Iím guessing you canít go back further?

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Re: William webb
« Reply #28 on: Monday 28 January 19 21:52 GMT (UK) »
I have not tried to go back further as I am now having some family time
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Re: William webb
« Reply #29 on: Tuesday 29 January 19 12:17 GMT (UK) »
Looking at familysearch there is no baptism in Romsey that would fit William Webb bn 1716.  The only two showing give baptism dates in 1735 & 1740.

Thomas who was baptised in 1753 could not have died in 1793 as he and Mary were still baptising children in 1798.
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Re: William webb
« Reply #30 on: Tuesday 29 January 19 12:57 GMT (UK) »
I agree - but there is a burial at Romsey - Thomas Webb - 29 September 1833 - aged 80 (1753)- from the Hampshire GS transcriptions.

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And is this Mary - buried 7 May 1815 at Romsey - aged 62 (1753) ?

Or have I truly lost the plot and should be looking at Nether Wallop?  :-[ :-[

And there are the following children baptised at Romsey - parents Thomas and Mary:

William - 12 November 1783
Mary - 26 December 1787
Thomas - 23 May 1790
Thomas Richard - 10 October 1792
George - 6 June 1798
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Re: William webb
« Reply #31 on: Thursday 31 January 19 14:43 GMT (UK) »
I agree - but there is a burial at Romsey - Thomas Webb - 29 September 1833 - aged 80 (1753)- from the Hampshire GS transcriptions.

Added:

And is this Mary - buried 7 May 1815 at Romsey - aged 62 (1753) ?

Or have I truly lost the plot and should be looking at Nether Wallop?  :-[ :-[

And there are the following children baptised at Romsey - parents Thomas and Mary:

William - 12 November 1783
Mary - 26 December 1787
Thomas - 23 May 1790
Thomas Richard - 10 October 1792
George - 6 June 1798

Those people it shows on my family tree - a few more on my family tree I think, but whoever you are looking at is the right person.

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Re: William webb
« Reply #32 on: Thursday 31 January 19 15:43 GMT (UK) »
We appear to have two couples of Thomas Webb and Mary  :-\

Thomas Webb marries Mary Gearle at Nether Wallop - 10 October 1777

Baptisms at Nether Wallop - parents Thomas Webb and Mary

Richard - 11 January 1778
Thomas - 12 October 1779
Stephen - 15 March 1782
Sarah - 15 August 1784
Joseph - 11 February 1787
Mary - 27 November 1791
Susanna - 27 May 1794

And then we have the following baptisms at Romsey - parents Thomas and Mary

William - 12 November 1783
Mary - 26 December 1787
Thomas - 23 May 1790
Thomas Richard - 10 October 1792
George - 6 June 1798

So we have two distinct families, both have parents named Thomas and Mary, producing children in the same timescale.  Which family is the correct one?  :-\  Unfortunately we only have transcriptions of the parish entries (from Hampshire Genealogical Society) - perhaps the original documents may contain additional information to allow us to decide which is the correct family.
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Re: William webb
« Reply #33 on: Thursday 31 January 19 16:11 GMT (UK) »
We appear to have two couples of Thomas Webb and Mary  :-\

Thomas Webb marries Mary Gearle at Nether Wallop - 10 October 1777

Baptisms at Nether Wallop - parents Thomas Webb and Mary

Richard - 11 January 1778
Thomas - 12 October 1779
Stephen - 15 March 1782
Sarah - 15 August 1784
Joseph - 11 February 1787
Mary - 27 November 1791
Susanna - 27 May 1794

And then we have the following baptisms at Romsey - parents Thomas and Mary

William - 12 November 1783
Mary - 26 December 1787
Thomas - 23 May 1790
Thomas Richard - 10 October 1792
George - 6 June 1798

So we have two distinct families, both have parents named Thomas and Mary, producing children in the same timescale.  Which family is the correct one?  :-\  Unfortunately we only have transcriptions of the parish entries (from Hampshire Genealogical Society) - perhaps the original documents may contain additional information to allow us to decide which is the correct family.

I believe the 2nd one. On my family tree, Thomas Webb who married Mary Glarle (most likely Gearle, could be some sort of mispelling) had the following children:
George Webb - 1798
James Webb - 1795
Thomas Richard Webb - 1792
Thomas Webb - 1790
Mary Pinnock (Webb) - 1787
William Webb - 1783

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Re: William webb
« Reply #34 on: Thursday 31 January 19 16:16 GMT (UK) »
Not a lot more I can say  :'(
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Re: William webb
« Reply #35 on: Thursday 31 January 19 16:18 GMT (UK) »
Not a lot more I can say  :'(
So you are not able to find out anything further back?