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Henry Philip Gibbons

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Henry Philip Gibbons (1833-1881) of P. and H. P. Gibbons

1833 Born in Bledlow Ridge the son of Henry Gibbons (1798-1891), a Farmer.

1851 Henry Gibbons 52, famer, lived in West Wycombe with Mary Gibbons 45, Henry Philip Gibbons 18, engineer, Fanny Gibbons 7, Julia Gibbons 3[1]

1857 With his brother joined Hart, Gibbons and Gibbons at Wantage

1858 An engineer when hearried at Oxford to Mary Eliza Tait[2]

1861 Henry P Gibbons 27, engineer, lived in Wantage with Mary E Gibbons 22, Henry W Gibbons 1[3]

1871 Henry Gibbons 37, engineer, was visiting his father Henry Gibbons 73 who lived in Princes Risborough with Sarah Gibbons 60, Mary A Gibbons 39[4]

1881 Died at Swindon[5], suffering from severe depression. Inquest. [6]

1881 Mary E. Gibbons 42, agricultural engineer's widow, lived in Wantage with Henry W. Gibbons 21, commercial traveller, agricultural implements, John V. Gibbons 19, draughtsman, Mary E. Gibbons 18, Alfred E. Gibbons 5[7]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. Parish records
  3. 1861 census
  4. 1871 census
  5. National probate calendar
  6. Gloucester Citizen - Friday 11 March 1881
  7. 1881 census