George Webb (umpire)
|Born||7 March 1859|
|Tests umpired||3 (1912)|
Source: Cricinfo, 28 August 2014
George Webb (born 7 March 1859, date of death unknown) was an English cricket umpire. He played a first-class match against Somerset in 1892, taking a catch and a wicket, but failing to score in either innings. He later became a first-class umpire and stood in three Test matches during the Triangular Tournament in 1912.
- "George Webb". ESPN Cricinfo. Retrieved 28 August 2014.
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