The Reverend Thomas William Webb (December 14 1807 – May 19 1885) was a British astronomer. Some sources give his year of birth as 1806.
He went to Oxford, and then was ordained a minister.
He served as a clergyman at various places including Gloucester, and finally in 1852 ended up in Hardwick near the border with Wales. It was here that he wrote his classic astronomical observing guide Celestial Objects for Common Telescopes, for which he is best known today.
- Celestial Objects for Common Telescopes, 1858.