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John Venable Gibbons

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c.1835 Born Bledlow Bridge, Bucks, son of Henry Gibbons (1798-1891), farmer

1851 John Venable Gibbons 16, engine fitter, lodging in Wantage[1]

1857 Became a partner in Hart, Gibbons and Gibbons, Wantage

1859 of Bledlow when he married Amelrosa Oryndia Griffiths in St Marylebone, Westminster[2]

1861 John V Gibbons 26, cattle dealer, lived in Princes Risborough with Amelrosa O Gibbons 29[3]

1881 John V. Gibbons 46, Engineer, Ironfounderm Master Employing 10 Men & 2 Boys, lived in Great Haseley, Thame, with Andrea O. Gibbons 48, James A. G. Gibbons 10[4]

1893 Died in Great Haseley[5]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1851 census
  2. Parish records
  3. 1861 census
  4. 1881 census
  5. National probate calendar