The Webber Family

Elizabeth Webber

Baptism: 29 October 1780 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England.

Father: Richard Webber

Mother: Elizabeth (Massingham) Webber

Notes:
Both of Elizabeth's parents died before she was six years old.

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Frances (Webber) Tyzack

Birth: 1774, in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Baptism: 11 October 1774 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England

Father: Richard Webber

Mother: Elizabeth (Massingham) Webber

Married: Charles Tyzack on 17 October 1797 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England
Charles Tyzack is recorded as a widower, of Wells-next-the-Sea. Frances Webber is recorded as a singlewoman, of Wells-next-the-Sea. The marriage was performed by Samuel Horsfall, curate, and witnessed by John Kendall and Mary Haley.

Children: Death: 1855 in Walsingham district, Norfolk, England, aged 80

Burial: 11 February 1855 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England. Grave 4 from South West Corner.

Notes:
The baptism register has the name "Fanny Webber" but all other references use the more formal "Frances". Both of her parents died before she was twelve years old (her father in 1785 and mother in 1786), and Don Tyzack, in Glass, Tools and Tyzacks p202 notes that Frances was raised by her uncle (also a Webber).

Census:
1841: High Street, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk
1851: Tinkers Corner, Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk

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Mary Webber

Birth: 1777/8

Baptism: 25 January 1778 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England.

Father: Richard Webber

Mother: Elizabeth (Massingham) Webber

Burial: 28 March 1787 in Wells-next-the-Sea, aged 9
Webber. P. Mary, Dr. of the late Richd & Elizabeth Webber, March 26th, aged 9

Notes:
Both of Mary's parents died before her own early death at nine years old. The "P" on her burial register entry indicates that Mary was a pauper and not liable for Stamp Act duty.

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Richard Webber

Birth: 1750/1

Father: Richard Webber

Married: Elizabeth Massingham on 19 July 1773 in Barney, Norfolk, England
Richard Webber is recorded as a single man, of Wells. Elizabeth Massingham is recorded as a spinster, of Barney. The marriage was performed by Michael Bridges, curate, and witnessed by Jno. Massingham and Thos. Marke. Richard signs his name as Richard Webber Junr.

Children: Occupation: Bailiff

Burial: 22 December 1785 in Wells-next-the-Sea, Norfolk, England, aged 34

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