Webber, Anna Barbara (family)

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Webber, Anna Barbara (family)

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[ca.1739- 2004]


Anna Barbara Webber (1884-1922) was born in Dartmouth, Halifax County, Nova Scotia. She was a descendant of George Webber (1739?-181-?) who immigrated to South Carolina from Germany and later came to Nova Scotia with other Loyalist settlers in 1782. Anna Barbara’s family lived in Dartmouth from 1891 to 1901, and from 1905 or earlier, she lived in Dartmouth and worked as a domestic servant for the family of Richard Romans. On September 16, 1914 Anna Barbara married William Wilson Webber (1882-1968) and around this time moved to Upper Lakeville where William was employed as a lumberman. Anna Barbara and William had three children: Allen Otto (1915), Frances Rita Eliza (1916), and Blois Milton (1919). Allen Webber served in the Second World War, was a steamfitter, and lived in Dartmouth and other locations before retiring to Upper Lakeville. Blois Webber lived in Meaghers Grant, and also served in the Second World War from 1943 to 1945 before being wounded in Belgium and sent home in May of 1945. He was a woodsman and hunter and worked at Fairey Aviation and IMP. Frances Webber married Douglas Onslow Robson in July of 1943 in Lake Charlotte and they lived in Woodside, Dartmouth.


Dartmouth (N.S.)
Upper Lakeville (N.S.)

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Revised Jan. 23, 2017 by Laureena Leadbeater


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Eastern Shore families: Clam Harbour / Robert Kim Stevens. – Lake Charlotte: Maritime Imprints, 2000.

Webber family of Nova Scotia / Carl Webber. – Halifax: Carl Webber, 2002.

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