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The Webb Family of Warwickshire, England and America
This family tree was last updated on 7 July 2013.
Individuals
Males
744
51.8%
Females
691
48.2%
Total surnames
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Total events
1,397
Total users
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United States Divided 1861–1865.
United States Divided 1861–1865.
View individual — John Askew Webb

Note: The American Civil War (ACW), also known as the War between the States or simply the Civil War, was a civil war fought from 1861 to 1865 between the United States (the "Union" or the "North") and several Southern slave states that declared their secession and formed the Confederate States of America (the "Confederacy" or the "South"). The war had its origin in the issue of slavery, especially the extension of slavery into the western territories. Foreign powers did not intervene. After four years of bloody combat that left over 600,000 soldiers dead and destroyed much of the South's infrastructure, the Confederacy collapsed, slavery was abolished, and the difficult Reconstruction process of restoring national unity and guaranteeing rights to the freed slaves began.
On this day
RecordNAMEDateDATEANNIVEvent
Zelda Elizabeth WebbWebb,Zelda Elizabeth26 March 192509292Birth
Samuel Covington WebbWebb,Samuel Covington26 March 18241193193Birth
Upcoming events
RecordNAMEDateDATEANNIVEvent
Thomas Faxon + Ruth WebbFaxon,Thomas + Webb,Ruth27 March 17160301301Marriage
Charles Edward Parker JrParker,Charles Edward29 March 197714040Death
Samuel Anthony WebbWebb,Samuel Anthony29 March 18512166166Birth
John Webb + Ann ThomasonWebb,John + Thomason,Ann29 March 18153202202Marriage
Solomon Jackson WebbWebb,Solomon Jackson30 March 18634154154Birth
Mary WebbWebb,Mary30 March 16625355355Death
Joseph WebbWebb,Joseph30 March 16546363363Birth
James WebbWebb,James31 March 17927225225Birth
Walter S. LeeLee,Walter S.April 18838134134Birth
Samuel WebbWebb,SamuelApril 18209197197Death
Priscilla WebbWebb,PriscillaApril 173110286286Death
John WebbWebb,John1 April 178611231231Birth
Lena Fay McCurdyMacCurdy,Lena Fay2 April 1997122020Death
Lois StrongStrong,Lois2 April 181013207207Death
John WebbWebb,John2 April 174314274274Birth
Sarah WebbWebb,Sarah2 April 174115276276Birth
Samuel HaydenHayden,Samuel2 April 168516332332Birth
Top 10 surnames
SurnameIndividuals
Webb
WEBB697
697
Adams
ADAMS33
33
Howard
HOWARD30
30
Smith
SMITH25
25
Owen
OWEN24
24
Hayden
HAYDEN24
24
Folsom
FOLSOM24
24
Cheshire
CHESHIRE24
24
Lee
LEE22
22
Long
LONG16
16


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