1887 Mar 24. Born Goosnargh, Preston, Lancashire
1891 Census at Little Mill, Ross Road, Abergavenny
1911 census at Monmouthshire, Abergavenny
1911 Census at Mill House, Ross Road, Abergavenny
1915 Mar 22 2nd Lt. Charles William Vincent Webb.
1915 Nov 20. Lands in France
1916 Mar 27. KSLI. Transferred from a reserve battalion. 2nd Lt. Charles William Vincent Webb.
1916 Jul 2. - April 1917. Shrops. L.I. Temp. 2nd Lt. C. W. V. Webb to be Adjt.6th Battalion, vice temp. Lt. S. R. Marshall, and to be temp. Lt. whilst so empld.
1916 Jul 11. Shrops. L.I. Temp. Lt. and Adjt. C. W. V. Webb to be temp. Capt.
1916 Sep 6. On a list of wounded in British press.
1917 Jan 4. Gazetted MID
1917 Jun 4. MC gazetted
1918 Mar 29- 11 Nov.1918. Staff Capt. 61 Inf Brigade
1918 Dec 20 gazetted MID
1919 Jun 3. Bar to MC gazetted
1919 Dec 14. Staff Capts. Temp. Capt. C. W. V. Webb, M.C., Gen. List.
1920 Nov 14 Joined ADRIC with service no 1029. Posted to A Coy as Company 2nd in Command
1920 Nov 15 Assumed temp command G Coy and 18 Nov 1920 relinquished command G Coy. An odd entry, but this was to fill a short gap after Hemmings was suspended
1920 Dec 1. Promoted DI1
1921 Feb 7. Transferred to Regular RIC. But remained on strength of ADRIC
1921 Mar 4. Posted to "Group HQ". He appears to have been paid by RIC at this point. "Assumes command and pay Group Headquarters"
1921 Jul/Sep Married in Louth to Irene Fane Smith
1922 Apr 30 Pensioned from RIC
1928 Sep 11 Captained Lincs Gentlemen against Leics Gentlemen at cricket match
1932 Feb. From Louth Leader. "The annual supper in connection with the Saltfleet Lodge of the Louth and East Lincolnshire Conservative Benefit Society was held at the Crown Inn, when the president, Major J. St Vigor Fox presided. He was supported by Captain C.W.V. Webb, the agent for the division. An excellent cold spread was provided by Mr and Mrs A. Borrill."
1939 Sept. 12: The undermentioned to be 2nd Lts.: Capt. .Charles William Vincent Webb M.C. (97424)
1940 Mar 29. W. York R. Capt. C. W. V. Webb, M.C. (97424), from Gen. List (Emergency Commns.), to be Capt.
By the end of the war he was a colonel.
1954 Apr 10. Died Louth, Lincs