Anne Vicary of Dunkeswell

Born1722 Mint Chapel, Exeter
Died1803 Clyst St George
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Life Events

1722Born
1747Married George Abraham Gibbs of Pytte in St Petrock, Exeter
1748Birth of son George Gibbs
1750Death of son George Gibbs
1750Birth of daughter Elizabeth Gibbs
1751Birth of son Right Hon Sir Vicary Gibbs
1753Birth of son George Gibbs of Redland
1754Birth of son Abraham Gibbs
1756Birth of son Antony Gibbs
1757Birth of daughter Anne Gibbs
1759Birth of daughter Mary Gibbs
1760Birth of daughter Sibella Gibbs
1763Birth of daughter Sarah Gibbs
1767Birth of daughter Catherine Gibbs
1780Death of daughter Elizabeth Gibbs
1782Death of son Abraham Gibbs
1785Death of daughter Sarah Gibbs
1794Death of husband George Abraham Gibbs of Pytte
1803Died

Biography and Notes

Believed to belong to the family of Vicary of Dunkeswell, Devon, but proof lacks other than that papers exist sealed by her husband, and by her sister's husband, Hugh Mallett, with their own arms impaling the Vicary arms, or (after the death of the last of her brothers) bearing them on an escuthcheon of pretence (see G.A.Gibbs's will and a letter of 1793 in Aldenham Genealogical Cols, Vol. A, p.223 and Vol. C,1 p.383; also Gibbs Ped. 1904 edn p.xvii and its Preface of 1903). Her husband's house in Palace Yard, Exeter, continued to be her home till her death. Her first cousin Samuel Munckley was the founder of the Bristol house of business which later became Gibbs Bright & Co.