|1. LARKIN1 WEBB was born Abt. 1814 in Grainger County, Tennessee, and died January 02, 1887 in Pineville, Bell County, Kentucky. He married MARGARET LEE February 28, 1839 in Tazewell, Claiborne County, Tennessee, daughter of ANDREW LEE and MARGARET/PEGGY DANIELS. She was born Abt. 1816 in Harlan County, Kentucky, and died Aft. 1889.|
Notes for LARKIN WEBB:
1. According to pension application he was 5' 6'' tall with a fair complexion, light hair and blue eyes. He did sign his pension application.
2. August 11, 1858, Knox Co. Court land order grant (Book 54, pg. 339-p. 1795) survey 50 acres on Little Clear Creek. The same day Larkin had 50 acres surveyed on Little Poplar Creek, Knox Co. His land was adjacent to that of James Mason who witnessed the deed along with Elam Partin(Knox Co. Survey Book 3, pg. 309). Larkin signed with his marker. The survey mentioned hickory, white oak, beech and chestnut trees.
3. July 25, 1863 - Filed grant in Knox County Court for 200 acres on the north side of Little Clear Creek (Book 64, pg.211).
4. A private in Co. K, 49th Regiment Kentucky Infantry Volunteer, enrolled August 4 1863 at Knox Co., for one year. At Camp Nelson, September 19 1863. Reported on the rolls from Sept. 19, 1863 to Feb. 29, 1864. Sergeant. Served under Captain John Goodin. Mustered out with company at Lexington, Kentucky
December 26, 1864.
5. July 22, 1869, Larkin & Margaret sold 50 acres on Little Clear Creek to James Mason.
6. Justice of the Peace in District No. 2, Aug 1870. Ordered by Circuit Court to hold his courts on the 3rd Thursday of each month as the law requires.
7. June 12, 1871, Larkin and other Justices were summoned to court to make some arrangements about building a county jail.
8. June 1872, appointed Justice of the Peace for District No.2
9. January 26, 1876 bought land from Riley & Sarah Gibson. Witnessed by James Mason & Wesley Partin. Lived next door to daughter Rachel and her husband Levi Gibson in 1880. Census lists both parents as being born in Tennessee.
10. Oct 8, 1883 - Circuit Court orders that Larkin be exempted from Poll Tax.
11. May 5, 1884 - Larkin and Peggy sold 37.5 acres on Big Clear Creek to son Pierson Webb.
12. Dec 22, 1886 - Sold a tract on Little Clear Creek to J.C. Turner.
13. Nov 30, 1895 - Sold 37.5 acres to James Webb.
More About LARKIN WEBB:
Burial: Webb Cemetery, Big Clear Creek, Bell County, Kentucky
49th Regiment Kentucky Infantry
Knox and Whitley County Partins in the Civil War
The 49th Regiment Kentucky Volunteer Infantry was organized at Camp Nelson, Kentucky, under Colonel John G. Eve, This Regiment was originally recruited for the cavalry service but, prior to muster-in, viz: on December 14, 1863, the various detachments were consolidated into ten companies and the officers were duly commissioned from the date. All the companies and detachments were mustered into the United States service on the 19th day of September 1863, except two, one of which was mentioned in October 7, 1863, and the other November 3, 1863.
The Regiment marched as follows: It left Camp Nelson for Somerset, Kentucky, October 20, 1863; shortly afterwards two companies went to Camp Burnside, and one was put on duty at Waynesburg, Kentucky; The Regiment was moved from Somerset to Camp Burnside on the 3rd and 4th days of January 1864, and on the 1st day of August 1864, it left Camp Burnside for Lexington, Kentucky, where it arrived on the 6th and on the 17th it was sent to Louisville, with the view of being marched against Adam Johnson's command; but it was recalled and returned to Lexington on August 21, 1864; It remained on duty, chiefly in the central portion of the State, until December 26, 1864, when it was mustered out at Lexington, Kentucky.
The veterans from this Regiment re-enlisted by Captain J.M. Cook, were transferred to 7th Kentucky Cavalry and constituted Co. L of this Regiment. Those re-enlisted by Captain Francis Catron were transferred to 1st Kentucky Cavalry.
ROLL OF COMPANY K
John Goodin, Captain; Henry Blendowaki, 1st Lieutenant; Thomas J. Ingram, 2nd Lieutenant; William F. Collins, 1st Sergeant; Beth Fuson, Sergeant; William S. Partin, Sergeant; Larkin Webb, Sergeant; James B. Collins, Sergeant; Tyler Messer, Corporal; William Morrison, Corporal; William H. Money, Corporal; Jeol D. Partin, Corporal; George T. Dunaway, Corporal; James Fuson, Musician; Alexander Carroll, Wagoner.
William Brawner, James Cusacks, Solomon Carter, John T. Crawford,
Michael Dolin, John Dunn, Joseph Goodin, Harrison Gibson, William Goodin,
Daniel K. Gambrell, Riley Gibson, Joseph Gibson, Hamilton Hembree, William
Hoge, Martin Hillman, Amos Iney, Alonzo D. Kitts, James McMain, Thomas
Marsee, Joseph Marsee, Bratcher Mason, Elijah Marical, Sion Messer, Daniel
S. Partin, Joseph Partin, Henry S. Partin, Skelton Patterson, William
Partin, Andrew Riley, Harvey Sowders, James A. Sparks, Frederick Sidwall,
Benjamin Tudder, Harmon Tudder, William J. Wimen, Pearcen Webb, Franklin Wilson, John Youkowski.
Transferred: Henry Schwank, Sergeant; Charley Ross, Corporal; Samuel Fuller, Corporal; John E. Brown, Musician; Robert Blackman, P.; William T. Fritz, P.; Nathan Harlow, P.; John Haden, P.; Charley Marshall, P.; John McGuire, P.; Joseph Potocki, John Pettit, Loyd B. Ray, William Slatrey, Christopher Shorter, Thomas H. Scott, Francis Voclear, Albert Williams, Edward Wagner.