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Richard WEBB (1788-1866)

and Elizabeth Ann TYLER (1810-1894)

 

Richard Webb and Elizabeth Ann Tyler were my 3x Great Grandparents.  (Click here to see their place in my pedigree chart.)  They married on 23 October 1834 in Aldermaston, Berkshire.

Richard Webb was born on 5 March 1788 in Beenham, Berkshire.  He was the second son of 5 287 Elisha Webb (c1760-1810) and 5 287 Judith Ham (1761-1834).  He died aged 78 years and his death was registered in the third quarter of 1866 in the Bradfield registration district.

Elizabeth Ann Tyler was born on 8 November 1810 and baptised 17 March 1811 in Aldermaston.  She was the daughter of 5 115 John Tyler (1772-?) and 5 115 Elizabeth Knight.  She died aged 83 years and her death was registered in the third quarter 1894 in the Bradfield registration district.

When the 1841 census was recorded the couple and their 4 children were living in Beenham, along with Richard's elder brother and a female servant.  In 1851 the couple and 5 children were living in Beenham and Richard was farming 64 acres.  They were still in Beenham in 1861 at Beenham Hill, and Richard was then farming 65 acres.  In 1871, Elizabeth was a 60 year old widow and living with the family of her eldest daughter at 12 Worcester Street in the St. George Hanover Square district of Westminster, London.

 

Richard Webb and Elizabeth Ann Tyler had 9 known children:

  1. Mary Elizabeth Webb, my 2x Great Grandmother, was born in Beenham and baptised on  26 January 1836 in Mortimer, Berkshire.  She married 5 48 John Warman in 1866 in the Baptist Meeting House.  (They have their own page.)

  2. Richard Webb was born about 1837 in Beenham.  He died aged 68 years on 23 September 1905 in Beenham.  He was 4 years old at the time of the 1841 census.  So far I have not been able to identify him nor his brother John in the 1851 census.  When the 1861 census was recorded he was an unmarried 24 year old living at home with his parents and siblings.  In 1871 he was living at Hill Foot Farm, Beenham along with his sister Sarah, and they were farming 74 acres and employing 5 men and 1 boy.

    Richard married Fanny Elizabeth after 1881.  She was born about 1858 in Stratfieldsay, Hampshire and died on 25 January 1926 in Beenham.

    In 1901 Richard was a 64 year old Farmer living in Beenham.

  3. John Webb was born in the third quarter of 1838 in Beenham and died there on 12 April 1884, aged 45 years.  He was 2 years old in 1841.  In 1861 he was an unmarried 22 year old ironmonger's assistant, lodging at 6 Blake's Bridge in the St. Giles parish of Reading.  The 1871 census records that he was an unmarried 32 year old shopman and ironmonger, boarding at 136 High Street in the Holy Rood district of Southampton, Hampshire.

  4. Sarah Tyler Webb was born in the second quarter of 1840 in Beenham.  She died aged 68 years on 12 December 1908 in Tilehurst, Berkshire.  Sarah did not marry.  When the 1841 census was recorded she was a year old.  In 1851 she was 10 years old and living at home.  So far I have not found her in the 1861 census.  In 1901 she was 60 year old and living on her own means in Erdington, Warwickshire with her niece, Mary Elizabeth Potter, nee Warman.

  5. Kezia Webb was born in the third quarter of 1841 in Beenham.  She was 9 years old when the 1851 census was recorded.  In 1861 she was a 19 year old apprentice milliner living at 150 Friar Street in the St. Lawrence parish of Reading.  The 1871 census records that she was an umarried 29 year old assistant to a dressmaker, living at 13 ?arkie Street in Preston, Lancashire.  In 1901 she was living on her own means in Mortimer, Berkshire.

  6. Sophia Webb was born in first quarter of 1845 in Beenham.  She died aged 34 years in the second quarter of 1879 in the Bradfield registration district.  She was 6 years old in 1851.  In 1861 she was 16 years old and living at home.  When the 1871 census was recorded she was living with her the family of her elder sister at 12 Worcester Street in the St. George Hanover Square area of Westminster, London.

  7. Alfred Webb was born in the second quarter of 1850 in Beenham.  He died after 1908.  In 1851 he was a year old.  In 1861 he was an 11 year old pupil, boarding at West End School in Mortimer, Berkshire.

  8. Anne Webb was born in the fourth quarter of 1852 in Beenham.  She may have died aged 24 years in the second quarter of 1877 in the Bradfield registration district.  She was a 9 year old scholar in 1861.  When the 1871 census was recorded she was an 18 year old apprentice to a milliner and dressmaker, and living at 22 North Audly Street in the parish of St. George Hanover Square in Westminster, London.

  9. Samuel Webb was born in the second quarter of 1854 in Beenham.  He was a 7 year old scholar in 1861.  In 1871 he was a 17 year old grocers apprentice living in Mulberry Green, Harlow, Essex.

 

Hillfoot Farm was purchased by Robert Webb (1715-1788) in the 1730ís and his heir was Elisha Webb.

 

 

1841 census - Beenham, Berkshire (HO107/25, folio 8, page 11)

Robert Webb, 55, Farmer, born in Berkshire

Richard Webb, 50, Farmber, born in Berkshire

Elizabeth Webb, 30, born in Berkshire

Mary Webb, 5, born in Berkshire

Richard Webb, 4, born in Berkshire

John Webb, 2, born in Berkshire

Sarah Webb, 1, born in Berkshire

Ann Graysh??, 15, F.S., born in Berkshire

 

1851 census - Beenham, Berkshire (HO107/1691, folio 222, page 21)

Richard Webb, Head, Married, 63, Farmer of 64 acres 4 labs, born Berkshire, Beenham

Elizabeth Ann Webb, Wife, Married, 40, born Berkshire, Aldermaston

Mary Elizabeth Webb, Daughter, 15, Scholar, born Berkshire, Beenham

Sarah Tyler Webb, Daughter, 10, born Berkshire, Beenham

Kezia Webb, Daughter, 9, born Berkshire, Beenham

Sophia Webb, Daughter, 6, born Berkshire, Beenham

Alfred Webb, Son, 1, born Berkshire, Beenham

Elizabeth Hewlett, Servant, Un, 14, born Berkshire, Beenham

 

1861 census - Beenham Hill, Beenham, Berkshire (RG9/743, folio 19, page 1)

Richard Webb, Head, Mar, 73, Farmer 65a empl 4 men, born Berks, Beenham

Elizah Ann Webb, Wife, Mar, 50, Farmer's Wife, born Berks, Aldermaston

Richard Webb, Son, Un, 24, Farmer's Son, born Berks, Beenham

Mary E Webb, Daur, Un, 25, Farmer's Daur, born Berks, Beenham

Sophia Webb, Daur, 16, born Berks, Beenham

Anne Webb, Daur, 9, Scholar, born Berks, Beenham

Samuel Webb, Son, 7, Scholar, born Berks, Beenham

 

1871 census - Hill Foot Farm, Beenham, Berkshire (RG10/1276, folio 34, page 1)

Richard Webb, Head, Unm, 34, Farmer 74 acres, 5 men, 1 boy, born Berks, Beenham (there is a tick in the column as to whether deaf, dumb, blind, idiot or lunatic)

Sarah Webb, Sister, Unm, 30, born Berks, Beenham

 

TYLER          WEBB