Webb’s in the Military

Encompassing the following recognized conflicts, among others : Wayne’s War, 1790-1794; French War, 1799; War of 1812, 18 June 1812 – 17 February 1815; Seminole War, 1817-1818; Black Hawk War, 1832; Creek War, 1836-1837; Florida War, 1835-1842; Canada Frontier Disturbances, 1838-1839; Pennsylvania Whiskey Rebellion; Cherokee Removal, 1838; Mexican War, 1846-1848; Civil War, 1861-1865. Including Officers and Enlisted soldiers of the Militia, Volunteer and Regular Army, Officers & Sailors of the Navy, and Marines in the Marine Corps.


Compiled by Jonathan Webb Deiss, ©2003, 2004. www.webbdeiss.org




Private Ira Webb : 7th Regiment (Green’s) New York Militia (War of 1812)


Private Irwin Webb : Company C, 5th Regiment Indiana Infantry; enlisted from Fountain County. Mustered in 11 Oct 1847, at Madison, Indiana, by Lieutenant Rodman, died 11 Jan 1848. (Mexican War)


Private Isaac Webb : (revolutionary war)


Private Isaac Webb : (revolutionary war)


Captain Isaac Webb : (revolutionary war)


Private Isaac Webb, Jr. : He was born 19 January 1758 (alternately given as 19 November 1758) in North Farnham Parish, Richmond County, Virginia, the son of Isaac Webb, Sr. and Frances Barber. Supposed service - ‘enlisted in the Revolutionary Army at seventeen’ (1775). He married 23 December 1790 to Lucy Ware of Frederick County, Virginia. He died 26 June 1833 of cholera in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky. His son Dr. James Webb, died while tending his father’s illness. James was a veteran of the War of 1812 and the father of Lucy Ware Webb; she was wife to Rutherford B. Hayes, 19th President of the United States.


Private Isaac Webb : Swift and Dobbin’s Regiment New York Volunteers (War of 1812)


Private Isaac Webb : Company B, Battalion New Jersey Infantry (Mexican War)


1st Class ‘Cabin Boy’ Isaac Webb : Isaac, aged 18 years, born in New Jersey, was described as standing 5’ 5” tall, with a negro complexion, and was by occupation a laborer when he enlisted 12 September 1863 at New York to the United States Navy for a term of three years. He was recorded on the muster roll of the ‘Vermont’ on 31 December 1863; the ‘Vermont’ was a sailing ship, 2633 tons, mounting 16 guns, built in 1848.


Private Isaac L. Webb : Company D, Colonel R. T. Paine’s (1st) Regiment North Carolina Volunteers; applied for a pension 5 April 1887 from Florida (s10622). (Mexican War)


Private Isaac W. Webb : Isaac, aged 26 years, born in Albany, New York, was described as standing 5’ 9½” tall, with hazel eyes, light hair, a dark complexion, and was by occupation a laborer when he enlisted 19 July 1823 to Captain Plimpton at New York for a term of five years. He was assigned to Company B, 4th Regiment United States Infantry (regulars). He was discharged 3 September 1827, ‘substituted by Robert L. Ferry’.





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