I have written several posts about my great uncle Fred Myron Webber, so I’ve decided to give him his own page and link all of the posts about him in one easy-to-find place.
My first post about Fred M. Webber was on the 80th anniversary of his marriage to Carol Richards. Later I learned that Uncle Fred participated in the 1963 March on Washington and this led me to dig a little deeper into his life and ministry. This will be an on-going project. Maybe this page dedicated to him will give me the incentive to write a few more posts I have in mind for him. 🙂
Join me in getting to know my great uncle Fred.
And When Love in Life Has Ended
Wisdom Wednesday – “If you can read, you can do anything.”
Treasure Chest Thursday – Me, My Great-Uncle Fred and a Love Story
Family Recipe Friday – Chocolate X 2
Sepia Saturday -(S)No Shoveling
The Civil Rights Summit and a Family Story?
It’s the Little Crumbs that Pique my Interest
Fred Webber – General Presbyter of the Baltimore Area 1960-1971
3 Rabbis, a Priest, and a Presbyterian Minister …
Fred M. Webber Comments on Regents’ Prayer Decision: “Not a Great Tragedy”
Protest at Gwynn Oak Amusement Park
I’ve decided to add as many of Uncle Fred’s sermons as I can find:
Fred M. Webber Sermon – New or Used?
Fred M. Webber Sermon: Food Where There is no Food
Fred M. Webber Sermon: Notes from a Sermon
Hopefully more posts about Fred M. Webber to come!