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Jesse Webb

 

Basic Information

Name
Jesse Webb
Birth
29 Apr 1766
Virginia, USA
Death
25 MAR 1848
Chestnut Hill, Jefferson County, Tenn.
Time In Service
From: 1781
To: Not Specified

Affiliation

Allegiance
United States of America
Branch of Service
Not Specified
Rank
Not Specified
Unit(s)
Not Specified
Specialty
Not Specified
Current Status
Not Specified

Service Record

War
American Revolutionary War
Battle(s)
Not Specified

Honors & Awards

Award(s)
Not Specified

Jesse Webb Senior of Chestnut Hill, Jefferson County, Tennessee, 1766 - 1848

 

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 Jesse Webb Senior of Chestnut Hill, Jefferson County, Tennessee, 1766 - 1848

"Time Line of Events, researched by descendant, Jay Steph Webb of Clinton, Tennessee"

JESSE SR.2 WEBB  (THOMAS...   [ Read more » ]

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Jesse Webb & The War of Independence

Jesse and his brother, John Webb, were in Wilkes Co, Colony of Georgia when in 1778 the British landed troops and captured Savannah.  Jesse's testimony (S32055) places he and John in a fort at Nail's Ford on the Broad River, Georgia.  According to the GA Archives in Atlanta, in the book "Forts of Wilkes County", Neal's or Nail's Fort was built on the Broad River and was destroyed by Indians. 

After Col Elijah Clarke's unsuccessful attack on Augusta, GA on 14, 15 & 16 of Sept 1780, he was forced to retreat, gathering his men and their families (four hundred half starved old men, women and children) Col Clarke took them over the mountains to safety on the banks of the Nolachuchy River.  They were forced by the British, Tories and Indians across the Savannah River into SC, then across the Blue Ridge and Iron Mountains to the western slopes of the Appalachian Mountains.  It is possible that John and Jesse were among ...   [ Read more » ]

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Jesse Webb Pension Declaration P1

http://www.fold3.com/image/27780104/ (Image or page 11 of 37), Pension S 3501 Declaration from Fold3
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Jesse Webb Pension Declaration P2

http://www.fold3.com/image/27780104/ (Image or page 12 of 37), Pension S 3501 Declaration from Fold3
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Jesse Webb Pension Certificate

Jesse Webb Certificate of Pension, Inscribed on the Roll of East Tennessee on 4 Mar 1834
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marbledb added this on 12 Oct 2012

1847 Jesse Webb Will

Last Will And Testament of Jesse Webb of Jefferson County, Tennessee dated 15 Feb 1847, Will Book 4, Pgs. 21 & 22
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JesseWebb

Jesse Webb burial place at Chestnut Hill, Jefferson County, Tennessee.
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Jesse Webb Gravesite

Webb Cemetery, Chestnut Hill, Jefferson, Tennessee
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marbledb added this on 27 Aug 2009

jesse webb original will part 2

familysearch.org in tennessee probate court records 1841 vol 4 a page 38 cont...
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marbledb added this on 24 Sep 2012

news item on family bible 1

A ancestor is checking out the bible of jesse'webbs with a newspaper article...
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jesse webb original will

familysearch.org in tennessee probate court records 1841 vol 4 a page 37
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article on family bible 2

part 2 of family bible..
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Transcript of Last Will and Testament of Jesse Webb

Transcript of Last Will and Testament of Jesse Webb

Will Book 4, Pgs. 21 & 22

 

In the name of God Amen being of a sound mind and memory and in reasonable heath, for which I bless God, I do make and ordain this my last will and testament hereby evoking all others.

 

(1) First, I give and bequeath to my beloved wife Anna Webb the plantation on which I now live during her natural life under the directions of my executor so that she will get a comfortable living it is also my will that my wife should chose two of the best cows in my flock at my decease of her own use. I also bequeath unto my wife all my house hold furniture. It is also my will that my wife should have choice of a horse best out of my stock at my decease and six head of sheep and as many hogs as she may think proper to choose out of my stock of hogs. It is my desire that my farming tools remain on the farm for the use and benefit of my wi...   [ Read more » ]

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Jesse Webb Death Date From Pension File

National Archives, NARA M804, Record Group 15, National Archives Catalog ID: 300022, North Carolina, Veteran: Jesse Webb, Pension # S. 3501, page 30 of 37, End Pay Voucher for Deceased Jesse Webb.
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Cherokee County History 1836-1956

Cherokee County History 1836-1956 by Mrs. Frank Ross Stewart, Published 1958, Settlement of Cherokee County, Pg. 80-81, The Webb Family from Jefferson Co., TN to Cherokee Co., AL.
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Jesse Webb Plot Map

Map to Military Marker of Revolutionary Soldier, Jesse Webb of Jefferson County, Tennessee
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Jesse Webb

Jesse Webb (1766 - 1848) NSSAR #93469 and NSDAR #A123807 Revolutionary Service is recognized by the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution and the National Society of Sons of the American Revolution
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marbledb added this on 13 Oct 2012

Jesse Webb's Family Bible Has Been Found

Jesse Webb's Family Bible

“Page from the Past” by E. R. Walker III

A Column in Newport Plain Talk

Newport, Cocke County, Tennessee

 

About the Author


 Edward “Eddie” R Walker III, Cocke County Historian and author of “Cocke County, Tennessee: Pages from the Past”, ISBN-13: 978-1-59629-3398-4, which is based on the author’s column, “Page from the Past”. The column appeared in the Newport Plain Talk from 1996 to 2001. E. R. Walker III is also the author of “Newport, Ten...   [ Read more » ]

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marbledb added this on 27 May 2013

Story On Jesse Webb and wife..

story of jesse and wife,grave markers,etc
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Rev.war

jesse,anna,john,elizabeth..info
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Photo Image Webb Bible Births

Photo Image of American Revolutionary Veteran, Jesse Webb's Family Bible at Bay County Library, Panama City, Florida. Possession of Luther L Webb
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Luther Webb holds Jesse Webb Bible

Luther Lee Webb holding the Revolutionary Veteran, Jesse Webb's Family Bible at Bay County Library, Panama City, Florida on Saturday, 1 Jun 2013. Photo taken by 5th cousin once removed, DeCody Brad Marble.
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Jesse Webb NSSAR 54557 p2

Jesse Webb NSSAR Ancestor Number (ACN) 54557, Page 2, Registered 09/04/2013
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Jesse Webb NSSAR 54557 p1

Jesse Webb NSSAR Ancestor Number (ACN) 54557, Page 1, Registered 09/04/2013
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Jesse Webb Life History

Source
Descendant/Researcher: Jay Stephen Webb, 230 Harris Street, Clinton, Tennessee 37716-4108
who has proven to be the supreme researcher of the WEBB Ancestry and Lineage.

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In Memory of Jay Stephen Webb (1932 – 2007)

Jay Stephen Webb, Ancestry.com’s Public Military Page Link

http://trees.ancestry.com/view/military.aspx?tid=4931072&pid=-231628009&gss=seotrees

Jay's Lineage:
JAY STEPHEN7, REV. GROVER CLEVELAND6, HENRY STEPHEN5, DEBORAH4, JAMES3, JOSEPH2, JESSE1 WEBB

Jay's Genealogy Webpages

Descendants of Webb
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/e/b/Jay-S-Webb/GENE1-0001.html

A First Family of Tennessee, The Webb's
http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/w/e/b/Jay-S-Webb/index.html

Pension file S3501-Jesse stated that he enlisted in 1781 in Greene County, North Carolina under Captain Lusk who commanded a company in the North Ca...   [ Read more » ]

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marbledb added this on 20 Jun 2009
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