Last name: Webb
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Okay the Webb is an Indian surname. It is my great grandmothers Madian name and she is full Indian....
My mother's mother was a Webb. Though we have not yet place where our Indian blood comes from, I can look at my grandmother's pic and her grandmother and believe that it may be through them. Any suggestions on where I can find out for sure?
my great great great grandmother was a webb :)
Our research indicates that Webb is a Norse origin name (I have had DNA tests that confirm this), that were settled in Scotland, and later Northern Ireland. We controlled the Lackey Castle in Derry in the 15-16 century. The Webb's came to the New World in the early 1700's, settling first in PA, then moving south and west.
susan webb poole
My dad was a webb bornkilburn 1923
Just to complicate matters, Webb is also a reasonably common Jewish surname, being a common Anglicization of various Jewish names (such as Weberman), particularly in America.
Webb is a Scots-Irish name.
Justen Joseph Webb
we are from texas my grandfather webb was decended from pocahontus if you follow it back 11 generations
born 1992 in liverpool dad died age 8 richard webb conections to London and liverpool and irland area ?????
Darren thomas WEBB
born liverpool england lives lancashire
slave name from Sc
Anthony Paul Webb
Just to add, many Hugenouts that fled persecution in the French purge that moved to England, renamed themselves Webb to Anglocise their surnames, as many were weavers. But the distinction between the surname Weaver and Webb in the craft, was webbing is generally for military purposes, rather than clothing. Down the line the distinction became blurred. But I live in Essex, England, probably the most abundant distribution of the spelling Webb, as the name derives from Saxon. Essex> East Saxons.