Webb’s in the Military from 1753 – 1953

Encompassing the entire range of wars from the colonial period until the Cold War.

Including Officers and Enlisted soldiers of the Militia, Volunteer and Regular Army, Officers and Sailors of the Navy, and Marines in the Marine Corps.


Compiled by Jonathan Webb Deiss, ©2003. www.webbdeiss.org



Sorted by Forename



Revolutionary War 1775 – 1783 : Possible & Plausible Webb Patriots from Connecticut – a multitude of Ebenezer’s and one Christopher fer’ sure. Ebenezer Webb of Windham, Connecticut and his sons Darius, Jonathan, Christopher and Ebenezer Jr. all served in either local militia, state forces or the Continental line.

War of 1812 – 1814 : Webb’s in the War of 1812 – selected extracts.

Webb’s in Civil War military units : Listing from the National Park Service Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System of a great many soldiers from the Civil War with Webb surname. Includes a total of over 1000 soldiers (Click here for a big file!) from North and South in both white and African-American (USCT) volunteer and some regular forces. Search the American Civil War Research Database courtesy of Historical Data Systems (Click here for a big file!). There are several other Webb cousins from Huron County who may have served in several different regiments.

Sources :


1830 – 1860 period

All other periods


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