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Offline fangio

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Re: William webb
« Reply #54 on: Friday 01 March 19 13:08 GMT (UK) »
Joseph Webb born 1818 and married Martha Gear born 1818. Joseph is my Gt gt. Grandfather on my mothers side. The Webb family are from Romsey Hampshire
They married in 1839.
Josephs second marriage to louisa gear born 1833 and they were married in 1863.
Hope this helps.  Fangio.

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Re: William webb
« Reply #55 on: Friday 01 March 19 13:15 GMT (UK) »
Joseph Webb born 1818 and married Martha Gear born 1818. Joseph is my Gt gt. Grandfather on my mothers side. The Webb family are from Romsey Hampshire
They married in 1839.
Josephs second marriage to louisa gear born 1833 and they were married in 1863.
Hope this helps.  Fangio.

fangio,  crazyshotgug69 has traced the family back but has not got a marriage for Thomas & Mary who had the following children, have you managed to get back further  :-\


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 #56 on: Friday 01 March 19 17:41 GMT (UK) »
was marys name Holman.  I also cannot find a mariage for them.   Fangio

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Re: William webb
« Reply #57 on: Friday 01 March 19 17:59 GMT (UK) »
We don't know what Mary's surname was, that is the problem.  Why do you think it was Holman
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Re: William webb
« Reply #58 on: Friday 01 March 19 18:29 GMT (UK) »
The link in your last post refers to a Thomas Hillier b.1780 (no place mentioned) - what's that got to do with William Webb?

The burial of William Webb in 1790 at Romsey does not mention an age at death - so how do you know he was bc.1716 (at Westbury, Wilts.??) as mentioned earlier?

Annette

Did you miss this query  :-\

Well, all I can say is that im using information from the family tree. I could put the tree on here though for others who are trying to help.

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Re: William webb
« Reply #59 on: Friday 01 March 19 18:55 GMT (UK) »
Joseph Webb born 1818 and married Martha Gear born 1818. Joseph is my Gt gt. Grandfather on my mothers side. The Webb family are from Romsey Hampshire
They married in 1839.
Josephs second marriage to louisa gear born 1833 and they were married in 1863.
Hope this helps.  Fangio.
Ah so um I'm guessing we may be distantly related and there is a good chance you could be on the family tree :)

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Re: William webb
« Reply #60 on: Saturday 02 March 19 14:25 GMT (UK) »
The link in your last post refers to a Thomas Hillier b.1780 (no place mentioned) - what's that got to do with William Webb?

The burial of William Webb in 1790 at Romsey does not mention an age at death - so how do you know he was bc.1716 (at Westbury, Wilts.??) as mentioned earlier?

Annette

Did you miss this query  :-\

Perhaps we could go back on an earlier ancestor on my Webb side to go back up through that line an identify the parents?