Yes, this is the family I'm talking about.
My wife descends from Jeremiah and Belsora (Horne) Webber.
Here's some of what I've figured out.Does it match what you have?
1.Jeremiah Webber, born 17 Jul 1786 in Vassalboro, Kennebec, ME; died 20 Apr 1820 in Vassalboro, Kennebec, ME.He was the son of 2. Charles B. Webber and 3. Sarah Smiley.He married (1) Belsora Horne 01 Jun 1805 in Vassalboro, Kennebec, ME.She was born 30 Mar 1789 in Dover, Strafford, NH, and died in ?Vassalboro, Kennebec, ME.She was the daughter of William Horne and Elizabeth Roberts.
Burial: Apr 1820, Webber Family Cemetery, Vassalboro, ME
Generation No. 2
2.Charles B. Webber, born Jan 1741/42 in York, York,ME; died 20 Nov 1819 in Vassalboro, Kennebec, ME.He was the son of 4. Joseph Webber and 5. Mary Lewis.He married 3. Sarah Smiley Abt 1782 in Vassalborough, Kennebec, ME.
3.Sarah Smiley, born 26 Sep 1747 in Windham, Rockingham, NH; died 10 Apr 1813 in Vassalboro, Kennebec, ME.She was the daughter of 6. Hugh Smiley and 7. Mary Park.
Notes for Charles B. Webber:
The settlement of town of Vassalboro commenced in 1760. for ten years only eight families had become residents including those in what is now sidney that was first included in the limits of Vass. Four families settled on the river front below what is now called riverside. Charles Webber came in 1765, soon after his brother Joseph came. Charles Webber was first town treasurer of Vassalboro 1771, was selectman in 1773, Joseph webber was seleclman of Vassalboro in 1778.
1790 Charles Webber was helped to lay out the first nine school districts on the east side of the river. His daughter, Sarah was the first white child born in the town of Vassalboro, Maine.
More About Charles B. Webber:
Burial: Abt 22 Nov 1819, Webber Family Cemetery, Vassalboro, ME
Military service: 09 Apr 1757, French & Indian Wars - Nathaniel Donnell's Co.; Jan 1759 - Capt. Goodwin's Co., Col. Prebble's Regiment
Military service 1: Revolutionary War - 2nd Lt. in Capt. Dennis Getchell's 2nd Lincoln Co., Regiment of Mass. Militia; also 2nd Lt. in Capt. Daniel Scott's Co., Col. Joseph Korth's regiment raised in 1776
Note: Parents possibly Joseph & Mary Lewis Webber
Residence: 04 Sep 1764, Vassalboro (then Port Western), Kennebec, ME
Child of Charles Webber and Sarah Smiley is:
1 i. Jeremiah Webber, born 17 Jul 1786 in Vassalboro, Kennebec, ME; died 20 Apr 1820 in Vassalboro, Kennebec, ME; married Belsora Horne 01 Jun 1805 in Vassalboro, Kennebec, ME.