Webb Genealogy - Person Sheet
Webb Genealogy - Person Sheet
NameBenjamin F Webb
Census1850, District 18, Sumner County, TN, USA881
MemoLine 8: Benjamin Webb, age 6
Census1860, District 18, Sumner County, TN, USA751
MemoLine 3: Benjamin Webb, age 15 male living with parents.
Census1870, District 18, Sumner County, TN, USA753
MemoLine 32: Benjaman Webb, age 25 male farmer, living with his mother
Census1900, District 15, Sumner County, TN, USA774
MemoLine 69: Benjamin F. Webb, brother-in-law (of James D Brown): Age 56 born May 1844 in Tennessee. Farm laborer. Living with James D and Nancy J Brown (his sister). Single
MemoFindagrave.com has two entries, one with 1915 and one with 1919.
BurialOld Halltown Cemetery, Hall Town, Sumner County, TN, USA553
MemoBuried next to his nieces (daughters of sister Nancy) Mennie Lee Gregory and (Francis) Telitha Honeycutt
OccupationFarm laborer774
Find a Grave #29215909
Find a Grave #45540630
FlagsDeceased
FatherWilliam Smith Webb Jr. (1818-1870)
MotherTelitha Y Zarecor (1811-1889)
Notes for Benjamin F Webb
B. F. Webb [May 11 1844 - December 23, 1919] is buried in Halltown Cemetery in Sumner County, TN. The tombstone says, “Gone but not forgotten”312

The following was found in the Tennessee Civil War Regimental Histories:

The Military Annals of Tennessee Confederate. First Series: Embracing a Review of Military Operations with Regimental Histories and Memorial Rolls.
Regimental Histories and Memorial Rolls.
Eighteenth Tennessee Infantry
Captain, B. F. Webb.

Another entry (note the infantry number) says:

The Military Annals of Tennessee Confederate. First Series: Embracing a Review of Military Operations with Regimental Histories and Memorial Rolls.
Regimental Histories and Memorial Rolls.
Nineteenth Tennessee Infantry
Co. C, from Sullivan county: James K. Snapp, Captain; Michael Miles,*[* C. J. St. John was elected but soon resigned, and Miles took his place. ? G. W. Hull was elected and died after a few months when Webb took his place.] First Lieutenant; John W. Jones, Second Lieutenant; Benjamin Webb,? Third Lieutenant.

Still later:

The Military Annals of Tennessee Confederate. First Series: Embracing a Review of Military Operations with Regimental Histories and Memorial Rolls.
Regimental Histories and Memorial Rolls.
Fifty-fifth Tennessee Infantry
Webb, Benjamin, d. Jan. 15, 1862.

This last entry is clearly not the correct Benjamin Webb (since he is on the 1900 census).
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