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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Little Kimble

    him. 37 The manor here referred to is probably Bulbecks (q.v.), but the suit would seem to show that the Gibsons already had some interest in the parish, and in 1696 Thomas Gibson , sen., and his wife Mary, and

    Thakeham Economic history

    larger farms mostly consisted of several separate parcels often belonging to different owners. 45 In the later 19th century the Gibsons acquired much of the parish; G. C. Carew-Gibson owned at least 1,126 a. in 1887 . 46 That estate

    Thakeham Manors and other estates

    it in Shipley , in 1857 . 58 Hurst evidently sold back Redlands and Danhill farms in 1858 to the Gibsons , 59 and G. C. Carew-Gibson offered the farms, including 216 a., for sale in 1887 . Hungerhill farm

    Waltham Holy Cross Introduction and manors WALTHAM ABBEY c . 1945

    daughter and son-in-law, Mary and John Gibson . 302 In 1764 John Henniker began to acquire the manor from the Gibsons and their relatives. 303 This process does not appear to have been completed until 1792. 304 Henniker, who succeeded

    Romford Manors and other estates

    in 1771 to John Gibson , who conveyed it in 1775 to his relative Thomas Gibson . 166 Both the Gibsons were lacemen of London . In 1777 the manor was bought from Thomas Gibson by the executors of William

  • * British History Online * *

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    Map of port of London

    3 Custom House Quay 4 Greenberries Quay 5 Crown Quay 6 Bear Quay 7 Thrustans Quay 8 Sabbes Quay 9 Gibsons Quay 10 Yongs Quay 11 Raffs Quay 12 Dyse Quay 13 Old Thrustons Quay 14 Smarts Quay 15 Billingsgate

    British History Online

    of Parliament contained to the contrary notwithstanding VI. Commissioners to state what is due to Detachment of the late Colonel Gibson's Regiment, left in Newfoundland. And be it further enacted by the Authority aforesaid That the said Commissioners or any

    General Index, G, 01 January 1694-30 June 1695

    Gibbs , Henry Gibou , Mrs. Rachel Gibraltar Bay of letters dated at loss of ships at straits of Gibson (Gibsons), Alexander Ann Colonel John Col. John Ensign Samuel Gifford (Giffard), Edward Capt. Fitzmaurice Gigginstown Gignaus , John Gignillat , Subscribers-only content

    Sutton

    Talbot. She died at this place in the 28th year of her age, in the year 1720. Mausoleum of the Gibsons . Various tombs . At the south-east corner of the church-yard is a large mausoleum, built in the year

    Appendix IV, Documents relating to the port of London

    occupied with all kynde of merchaundizes inward and outward. Sabbes Kaye with pitche tar and sope ashes and such like. Gibsons Kaye with lead and tynne and other cost wares. Yongs Kaye with wares belonginge to merchants of Portingale by

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    SEQUESTRAIIONS. i. lHutchinson, Alisos squnae, Edisburgi,. nine mie'chant-J. Cairns, tilasqis,, share broker-W. Csibbass, 'ain, bakter-B. Mickel, (vi usgo s, tusner-'. Gibsons aosd Co. Falkirk, tasisers. MAI1 RLED. AX. ll. Wyld, Esq. eldest sets of Linut.-Col. Wylde, r.N.A. Wool- eciC~, to Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Road. colJ50 HORSES, CARRIAGES, &01. FOR SALE. gARRIAGE-HOIOSE for Sale, 13l, 6 years old; 'uet and pre- C Jfectly souned.-Apply, Gibson's Veterinary Ea~labshcsee t, Upper Priory. 36 lOB (14k;son; excellent. workr Harnessgood asanew. Ell. together. Bre sell.-lC, Church.oad-Ntecbells. _ed6iS fIELLNC. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of December Richalrd Bell, bioktr, supported 1Y Mr. East ; William Hickman 'Cartivriglit, no occupatiots, supported by Mlr. East; James Gibsons Foster, tailor and draper; William Heslington, supported by Mr. East, for Mr. Duke lWillianm -tlnt, retail brearel', sup- posted Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    0 Mr. Eg1ertbn'a Mother Bnneh, P'yres, ¢st j5 l Wit bw,0> AliM lra=b RoaxsLeeS p, ed 6ib. .'.. PorianMO M' Gibsons Wheldra5ie, 8 yrpo, '60 ib ...'. . Bfetting: Oto 4agaet Deeept~on, 00 os b ti 'ag t l hdss Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    at Holloway if ad, late in tics occupatlois of Mr. Burgess, lamp Manusfacturer.-ror further particulars, apply to Messrs. Cheeshirn and Gibsons, I , Beinnett's Hill, Birminigham. lo26 tro e LE andenteed uon a onc, fre of rcnt sep to Chriotmas, Subscribers-only content

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