William Frederick Webb

William Frederick Webb (March 1829 in Sussex – 1899 in Africa) was one of four children born to Frederick Webb and Mary Shiel. He was educated at Eton and later joined the army. During his time in the army, he became a Captain in the 17th Lancers. Upon the death of his father in 1847, Webb inherited estates in Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and County Durham, making him very wealthy.

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