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Looking for Webbs that marrried into the Broylesline of Samuel n. Broyles in Tennessee.

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on 2011-08-21 15:15:55

abroyles has been a Family Tree Circles member since Aug 2011. is researching the following names: BROYLES.

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by webbweaver on 2022-01-07 08:48:07

My father was Arthur Cleveland Webb b. 1895 Guthrie Kentucky.
His father was Robert Lee Webb who married Mallie Broyles, a Germania Colony descendant, in Davidson County Tennessee. There were numerous children but I only know of these:

RobertLee Webb b. 1893 Tenn
Arthur Cleveland Webb (my dad)
George Washington Webb b. 1897 St.Louis Missouri
Ethel Webb ( died as child)
Charles Webb (?)
Adeline (1/2 sister by second marriage to John Garfield Malone.
My father took the name of Malone after his father died as well as the names Robert Lee to become Robert Lee Malone. He died in 1964 in San Diego, CA.

So far I have not been able to find his younger brother George. Since 1916. At some point during the second marriage both boys were sent to an Industrial School in St Louis, Mo. My father ran away

Mallies father was Samuel N
Broyles of Tenn and Adina Lynch (possibly Adeline). I have no info on the Lynch family.

No info on Robert Lee Webb, my grandfather) before his birth around 1870. He died before 1900, in an accident ( possibly a street car) in St. Louis. My dad said he was three and his older brother was dying. That would make both deaths 1898.

Mallie,( my grandmother) was the daughter of Samuel N. Broyles and Adina Lynch, my great grand parents. I have no info on Lynch family line. My dad lived with the Broyles family with his brother and a Webb cousin, Annie, by the marriage of Maggie Broyles and William Broyles. Who apparently also died along with Samuel and Robert at the end of the 1800's. All three wives in the census are widows.

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