Webb Deiss Research – Personal
| Webb’s Removed West
| Webb’s in the Military – Webb Gallery – Webb Settlement |
| Missouri Gothic : Descendants of
Samuel M. Hilterbrand |
| Hilterbrand & Ellsinore Gallery |
| Descendants of Anton Deiss &
Katherine Cramer |
| Deiss Gallery |
| Descendants of Thomas Pennie
& Marion Drummond |
| Statira Morse 1853 – Pennie Gallery |
| Samuel Geller descendants & Geller Gallery – Jacob Arthur Parfitt
– Joseph W. Skelly |
| Descendants of Lewis & Ruth Ann Dabney
Author’s Disclaimer : This is not to be considered the ‘final word’
on the individuals, family members and relationships I am describing. This
web-page and others on this site act as my research journal and should be
viewed as such. Information presented here may be incorrect, or improperly
cited or may be here one day and gone the next, yet I strive to always update
the information and correct any inconsistencies or mistakes on an almost daily
basis. As a work in progress it represents the best information about the
subject available to me at the time. I welcome comments and criticism - email : email@example.com. How am I related to all of these dead people?
research links :
The Church of Latter Day Saints
maintains an elaborate and extensive database of vital records for millions of
individuals and thousands of families.
Although not always entirely accurate, it does provide valuable clues
and insights to aid the researcher - www.familysearch.org. BYU has placed online their catalog of
genealogy titles - patriot.lib.byu.edu/cdm4/search.php
The single best feature of
Ancestry.com is their census images online – www.ancestry.com.
The Bureau of Land Management
maintains a large database of land purchase files for most of the states, sans
the original thirteen colonial states - www.glorecords.blm.gov/.
The United States Patent Office
search page - patft1.uspto.gov/netahtml/PTO/search-adv.htm
The Cornell University Digital
Library’s Making of America Site has thousands of books and periodicals from
the nineteenth and early twentieth century available for searching – cdl.library.cornell.edu/moa/. The University of Michigan
Digital Library’s Making of America site is very
similar to Cornell’s -
moa.umdl.umich.edu/. The Library of Congress has also collaborated
on this project - memory.loc.gov/ammem/ndlpcoop/moahtml/ncphome.html
The General Registry Office of Scotland
has put the majority of its birth, marriage, death and census material from the
mid sixteenth century thru the late nineteenth century in an extensive database
that can be searched for a fee - www.origins.net/
The National Archives and Records
Administration is best experienced in person, but does have a site that is very
useful to familiarize one-self with the general holdings - www.nara.gov/.
Ellis Island Online allows access
to thousands of immigrant records and images of ship’s manifests - www.ellisisland.org
The National Park Service’s Civil
War Soldier’s and Sailor’s System has millions of records of soldiers who
served in Federal and Confederate Service during the Civil War - www.itd.nps.gov/cwss/index.html.
Historical Data Systems maintains a huge and detailed database of information
similar to the NPS site, but requires a subscription for full access - www.civilwardata.com/.
Project Gutenberg - www.gutenberg.org/catalog/
The Smithsonian Institution
Research Information System allows researchers to view online images of objects
in collections - www.siris.si.edu/
State Research resources :
Connecticut State Library indices
- www.cslib.org/databases.htm Colonial Records of Connecticut until 1776 - www.colonialct.uconn.edu/
The Florida Memory collections
contain a series of Confederate Pension application files - www.floridamemory.com/Collections/
The Archives of the State of Illinois has graciously
put a significant portion of their records in online indexes. It has land, marriage, military, and some slave
data - www.cyberdriveillinois.com/departments/archives/databases.html.
The State of Kentucky has posted great copies of its land
records - sos.ky.gov/land/search/
The Louisiana Secretary of State
provides an index of searchable databases, including Confederate Pension index
The Maryland State Archives has
an online database of material available - aomol.net/html/index.html
Missouri State Archives has one
of the most useful and complete digitized State Archives collection - www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/ordb.asp
The Chronicles of Oklahoma - digital.library.okstate.edu/Chronicles/index.html
The Pennsylvania State Archives
has a great online database of its military personnel files - www.digitalarchives.state.pa.us/archive.asp
South Carolina’s online system has its
problems, but it may be up soon - www.state.sc.us/scdah/pilotintro.htm
South Dakota Interactive Maps - www.state.sd.us/gis/InteractiveMaps.asp The state also has
searchable Death Records database - www.state.sd.us/applications/PH14Over100BirthRec/index.asp
Vermont’s first online search engine - vermont-archives.org/nye.asp
The Library of Virginia has an
impressive collection of genealogically relevant material online - www.lva.lib.va.us/whatwehave/
The State Historical Society of
Wisconsin Library has an online database of Civil war soldiers available to
search - www.shsw.wisc.edu/roster/search.asp.
The Barbour Collection of
Connecticut Vital Records indices, which detail birth, marriage and
death records of many Webb’s of Windham County, Connecticut
beginning in the early 18th century.
This is where Samuel Webb moved to from near Braintree,
Massachusetts and from whence his grandsons’
Darius, Ebenezer Jr., and Christopher (and other cousins) moved to upstate New York in the 1790’s.
Old Windham Cemetery
Inscriptions from "Connecticut Cemetery Inscriptions"
Copied by Joel N, Enos, A.M., of Hartford, Conn, LXXI (1917). More from old Windham Centre Cemetery
and at Old Scotland Cemetery.
The 1845 Huron County Plat Book.
Links to materiel mentioning various families of Webb’s,
concerning famous Webb’s or of other similarly related interest
Webb Genealogical Database
– quite extensive – but incomplete as far as my branch is concerned..
exhaustive Descendants of Henry Webb site.
of Windham of
the Past by S. T. dole, located on Webb Genealogical Information site.
The Webb Family Genealogy Forum (query list)
located on Genealogy.com’s Genforum
Gard's Grassroots Genealogy: Webb
Family detailing south-eastern roots with some links out west.
A hodgepodge of
Webb links and
site spouting off about Sir Henry Webb and coats of arms, etc.
search for North Caroline Webbs.
Piglet’s Genealogy Page :
The Webb’s concerns a possible Delaware connection.
who runs the Genealogy in St. Louis
site, has a Descendants of John Webb
The Webb Family Research
pages of Mark Webb details his Irish Webb roots.
Webb Wanderings states that they publish a
surname newsletter for Webb – I have not read it.
The Webb One Name Register, an
unusual site from Britain.
Interesting! - Webb Family Papers, Wood
County, Ohio at Bowling Green’s
Center for Archival Collections – this is of great interest because in his
diary, Loren Webb mentions visiting the ‘family’ in Wood County, Ohio. Also check out their specific Huron County page.
Hilterbrand related links
Roots Researcher's page with links to Hildebrand sites
of Henson Hilltop Cemetery
gravestone inscriptions – near Ellsinore,
A pedigree that lists
some of my branch of the Hilterbrand family.
The author of this mess is
Jonathan Webb Deiss – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Foundation at www.alkem.org provides the server space
for this entire website. More space is
available for researchers doing work on similar subjects as this.