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Families covered: Webb of Devizes, Webb of Milford House, Webb of Moulscombe
As far as we are aware, there was no connection between the family shown below. They share the page for our convenience.]

Berry reports that "This family were owners of an estate, called Moulscombe, near Lewes, from the time of the Conquest; being copyhold, it constantly descended to the younger son."
Adam Webb of Moulscombe (d 1490)
1. John Webb of Moulscombe (d 1550)
  A. John Webb of Moulscombe (d 1558)
  m. Eleanor Boxe (d 1576)
  i. Adam Webb of Moulscombe (d 1590)
m. Margery (d 1634)
  a. Henry Webb of Moulscombe (d 1628) the first mentioned by MGH
  m. Mary (Harris?)
  (1) Richard Webb of Moulscombe (b 1617-8, bur 30.08.1672)
  m. Ann (a 1684)
  (A) John Webb of Falmer (b 1642-2, d 18.07.1698)
  m. Margaret Bradford (b c1658, d 23.01.1731, dau of John Bradford, m2. William Hamshar) ## see here ##
  (i) Richard Webb (b 20.04.1693, d 14.04.1748)
m. Ann Haines (b c1697, d 09.03.1770)
  (a) John Webb of Lewes (b 2.12.1717, d 07.03.1797)
  m. (1758) Ann Cornes (b 25.06.1727, d 28.03.1813, dau of William Cornes of Etchingham)
  ((1)) Sarah Webb (b 1760, d unm 1775)
  ((2)) Anne Webb (b 10.03.1762, d 17.04.1815)
m. Thomas Woollgar of Lewes
  (b) Sarah Webb
  (c) Susannah Webb (b c1728, d 08.12.1805)
  m. (1758) Richard Scrase of Withdean (b 1714, d 02.11.1790)
  (i)+ other issue (all married) - John of Hodshrose, Anne, Elizabeth, Margaret
  (B) Elizabeth Webb (b 23.09.1651, d 18.10.1694)
  m1. (1673) John Farncombe of Patcham (d 1675)
  (i) John Farncombe (d unm 1700)
  m2 William Hamshar of Preston (b 1654-5, d 05.05.1738)
(C)+ other issue - Nathaniel, Richard, Joseph, Ann
  (2) Margaret Webb
  m. John Austen of E. Grinstead (d after 05.1676)
  (3) Jane Webb (d 1693)
  m. John Wood of Wivelsfield (d before 07.02.1671/2)
  (A) Jane Wood (d 1718)
  m. Thomas Jenner of Chailey (b 1639, d 1714)
  (i) Philip Jenner of Chailey (b 1686, d 1787)
  m. Sarah Hamshar (dau of William Hamshar of Preston)
  (B) Ann Wood
  m. Thomas Wade
  b.+ other issue - John, Richard, Joan, Ann, Elizabeth
  ii.+ other issue - John, Andrew, William, "Several daughters"
  B. Isabel Webb



BFR reports that the following family "is a cadet branch of the ancient Celtic family of Webb alias Killihoe, of Odstock Manor". We show that family on Webb01. BFR starts this branch with 2 brothers who we show as sons of ...
?? Webb
1/2. Benjamin Webb of Devizes (a 06.1758)
  m. Rachel Wright of Woolston
  A.+ issue (dvp) - Samuel Wright, Benjamin
2/1. Daniel Webb of Devizes (a 1757)
  A. Godfrey Webb of Devizes
  B. Philip Carteret Webb of Busbridge (Surrey) & Tyting (d 22.06.1770, barrister (of the Middle Temple & Lincoln's Inn), MP)
m1. Susannah Lodington (d 12.03.1756, dau of Benjamin Lodington (Consul at Tripoli))
  i. Philip Carteret Webb of Tyting (b 1736, d 11.10.1793, of the Inner Temple)
  m. (1763) Mary Smith (d 29.04.1814, dau/heir of Thomas Smith of Milford House & Witley)
  a. Philip Smith Webb 'of Milford House' (b 11.06.1764)
  m. (10.1792) Hannah Barker (dau/coheir of General Sir Robert Barker of Busbridge Hall (Bart?), m2. Lt. Col. Thomas Gooch (son of Sir Thomas Gooch of Benacre Hall, 4th Bart)) @@ see here @@
(1) Philip Barker Webb of Witley (b 10.07.1793, d unm 31.08.1854, traveller, naturalist, author)
  (2) Robert Smith Webb of Milford House, Surrey (b 1794, d 03.1868, Lt. Colonel) had issue
  m. (1830) Harriet Currie (dau of William Currie of East Horsley Place (MP))
  (3) William Webb (b 19.10.1796, d 22.01.1866, Admiral RN) had issue
  m. (12.02.1827) Emily Mary Lake (dau of Sir Willoughby T(homas) Lake (by Charlotte, dau of Admiral Macbride) son of Sir James Winter Lake of Edmonton, 3rd Bart)
  (4) Hannah Maria Teresa Webb
  m. John Spicer of Esher Place
  (5) Juliana Webb
  m. Edmund Probyn (vicar of Longhope & Avenhall)
  (6) Emily Carteret Webb (b c1800, d 16.08.1880)
  m. (15.01.1824) Robert Bryan Cooke (cleric, son of Col. Bryan of Owston (MP))
  b. Mary Leticia Fanny Webb (d infant)
  m2. Rhoda Cotes (dau of John Cotes of Dodington by Rhoda, dau/coheir of Sir John Huborn (Bart?) of Warwickshire)

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section (uploaded 21.01.21) : CountyGen (Berry, Sussex, p101), MGH (NS1, vol 3 (1880), p55+)
(2) For lower section (uploaded 22.02.24) : BFR ('Webb', p620+)
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