Lieut. V. Webb, 2nd Batt. 95th Reg.
Wounded at Waterloo, original clip straight bar suspension. Later Mqjor Royal Cardigan Militia Rifles.
From Wellington's Men Remembered
Webb, Vere 1st Lieutenant, 95th Regiment of Foot
Low Monument: Lockswood Road Cemetary, Bath, Somerset. Died 4 Oct 1875 Aged 82 Major Rifle Brigade
2nd. Lieutenant 12 May, 1812, 1st Lieutenant 9 Dec 19813, Capt 19 Aug 1830, Bt. Major 9 Nov. 1846. (placed on h.p of the corps 11 Jan 1819, exchanged back to full pay of it 18 Mar. 1819).
Present at Waterloo where he was wounded. Also served in the Netherlands 1814-15 (present at Merxem and the seige of Antwerp) Adjutant Royal Cardigan Rifles Militia 1831-1851. Retired 17 Jan.
From Bath Chronicle 7 Oct. 1875 'Oct 4 at his residence, 20 Rivers street, in his 83rd year, Major Vere Webb, late of the Rifle Brigade (Named in the Times of 18 June last, among the few remaining survivors of Waterloo'
Vere Webb, B. Dublin, Ireland , res. 1841 with wife, 3 daughters, 3 servants, 'Llanbadarn-Fawr, Aberystwyth, Cardigan
1851 ret. residing , Melcome Regis, Weymouth and 1861 at Walcott, Bath, with wife, three unmarried daughters and one servant, and 1871 at same.