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Webb Papers, 1792-1822

Webb Papers, 1792-1822
Mss. 39.2 W38
41.0 Items
Scope and Contents
Papers, 1792-1822, concerning the law suit of John C. Webb and Jacob Keeling and his wife Sarah Webb Keeling against George Webb, administrator of Kedar Webb, deceased. (Jacob Keeling was the administrator of Sarah Webb, James Webb and Penelope Webb.) Includes documents and accounts concerning Nansemond and Norfolk counties, Va. Sarah Webb Keeling was the daughter of James Webb. Kedar Webb was the son of James Webb and his wife Sarah Webb.
Webb, John C.
Keeling, Jacob, Rev.
Keeling, Sarah Webb
Webb, George
Webb, James K.
Webb, Penelope
Webb, W. E.
Executors and administrators--Virginia--History--18th century
Executors and administrators--Virginia--History--19th century
Keeling, Sarah Webb
Legal documents
Nansemond County (Va.)--History--18th century
Norfolk (Va.)--History--18th century
Webb, John C
Webb family
Financial records

Administrative Information

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Preferred Citation
Webb Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.
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