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Ralph Webb  ( 1891 - )

parents Thomas Richards & Charlotte CORK
born in Elham 1891
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   Pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Addison, was born April 7, 1891, at Elham, Kent County,England. He was educated in a grammar school in England, the Genesee Wesleyan Seminary at Lima, N. Y., and the Boston School of Religious Education, from which he received the degree of Bachelor of Religious Education. He also attended the Boston School of Theology, receiving the degree of B. S. T…. It was in 1913 that Mr. Webb came to America, first settling at Buffalo. He became and American citizen at the time of the World War, during which he served as a member of Co. K, 346th Infantry, 87th Division, and was overseas a year. He returned home to the States in 1919 and soon after this entered Lima Seminary… He was ordained at Boston. His first pastorate was a Middleton, Mass., Congregational Church where he remained 3 years. In 1931, he was called to the September conference at Bradford, Pa., and was appointed by Bishop Leonard to the Clinton Street M. E. Church of Lockport. He remained there 2 years, coming to Addison in the autumn of 1933. He married, Nov. 4, 1931, Gertrude Ellis Farrell, at Magnolia, Mass., her home being at North Andover, Mass. Rev. and Mrs. Webb have a son, Ralph, Jr. … Who’s Who in Steuben, William M. Stuart, 1935 Webb Bulletin
 1913 Emigrated to USA settling in Buffalo
Biography

Pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Addison, was born April 7, 1891, at Elham, Kent County,England. He was educated in a grammar school in England, the Genesee Wesleyan Seminary at Lima, N. Y., and the Boston School of Religious Education, from which he received the degree of Bachelor of Religious Education. He also attended the Boston School of Theology, receiving the degree of B. S. T…. It was in 1913 that Mr. Webb came to America, first settling at Buffalo. He became and American citizen at the time of the World War, during which he served as a member of Co. K, 346th Infantry, 87th Division, and was overseas a year. He returned home to the States in 1919 and soon after this entered Lima Seminary… He was ordained at Boston. His first pastorate was a Middleton, Mass., Congregational Church where he remained 3 years. In 1931, he was called to the September conference at Bradford, Pa., and was appointed by Bishop Leonard to the Clinton Street M. E. Church of Lockport. He remained there 2 years, coming to Addison in the autumn of 1933. He married, Nov. 4, 1931, Gertrude Ellis Farrell, at Magnolia, Mass., her home being at North Andover, Mass. Rev. and Mrs. Webb have a son, Ralph, Jr. …

Who’s Who in Steuben, William M. Stuart, 1935 Webb Bulletin

1913
Emigrated to USA settling in Buffalo

Marriage
(Ages +/-1)
Year   Reg. DistrictChurchNameAgeSpouseAgeCurate
1931 Magnolia USA  Ralph Webb39Gertrude Ellis Farrell0 
Demography
(Elham Parish only)
YearNamePropertyAddressRelationConOccupationAgeBorn  
1911Ralph Webb1 Southdown CottagesSouthdown CottagesSonSGrocers Agistant19Elham Kent
1901Ralph WebbKing PostSt. Mary's RoadSon  9Elham
Relationships
(Calculated from the demography records)
Name Relation GBornPlaceDiedPlaceOccupation
Elizabeth KnottGrandmotherF1817Waltham1906Elham District 
Thomas Richards WebbFatherM1846Elham1941ElhamBaker
Charlotte CorkMotherF1850Chartham1933Elham 
William WebbBrotherM1877Wickhambreaux   
Emily WebbSisterF1880Wickhambreaux  Daily Work (Domestic)
Horace WebbBrotherM1883Wickhambreaux1957Wandsworth District, London 
Hugh WebbBrotherM1885Wickhambreaux1931Thanet District 
Jesse WebbBrotherM1888Wickhambreaux   
Elsie WebbSisterF1892Elham   
Hilda Lizzie WebbSisterF1894Elham1980Canterbury District