William T. Webb marries Harriet Hopewell 09 Sep 1819 in Danielsville, Madison County, Georgia. He seems to be a bondsman for a while (Wilson County, Tennessee). Then they have children, one of which is William Riley Webb, born 1827 in Franklin County, Tennessee. William Riley marries Mary Ann Sammons (Sommens)abt. 1847 in Georgia, daughter of John and Hannah. Mary Ann Sammons Webb was born 1829 in Franklin County, Tennessee, and died in Fern-Nook, Ripley County, Missouri. Census 1850 shows the family living in Walker County, Georgia, with two children, near the parents of Mary Ann Sammons Webb. They have four children around Lookout Valley, Walker County, Georgia. Sarah 1849, Martha Jane 1852, MC 1855, and James Henry 1856. After these children are born they venture off to Doniphan,Ripley County, Missouri. Another child, Rebecca, is born 1858 in Doniphan. By the 1860 Census, William Riley Webb has disappeared from the family and doesn't reappear (either died or left town). Mc Webb married in Ripley County to Mary Green 26 Feb 1901. After that, he seems to disappear too. That is why I was thinking he may have went back to the Tennessee/Georgia corner of the world. However, I don't know that the original one that I was seeking info for is a match. There are so many Webbs in that area. I know there is Cherokee blood in this line and I had assumed that it was in the Webb line. My grandmother Rececca Webb Fann (1858-1941), was always referred to as one-half-quarter Cherokee and she looks it in pictures. Do you have anymore ideas on the subject???????