George Harold Gibbs

Born1869 8 Lancaster Gate, Paddington
Died1926 Baylis House, Slough
FatherGeorge Louis Monck Gibbs (1838 – 1881)
MotherLaura Beatrice Elton (1842 – 1911)

Life Events

1881Death of father George Louis Monck Gibbs
1897Married Anne Everilda Caroline Webber of Kellavil in St. Brigid's, Ballintubber, Queen's County, Irleand
1898Birth of son Lt.-Col George Arthur Elton Gibbs
1900Birth of daughter Beatrice Mary Gibbs
1911Death of mother Laura Beatrice Elton

Biography and Notes

Baptised at St. Michael's, Paddington. Educated at Charterhouse School, Surrey, 1883-6. Buried 31 December 1926 at Clifton Hampden. Memorial Inscription in churchyard. Will proved 29 January 1927.

2nd Lieut. 60th Rifles (Militia) c. 1888. In Australia c. 1889-91. Student at the Agricultural College, Cirencester, c. 1892-96, following on which he and his brothers Stanley and Antony were for a few years in the partnership of a brewery at Ashford, Kent. He and his wife resided at Ablington Manor c. 1901-3. He was in delicate health a great part of his married life. In his last years they lived at Slough. He inherited, but gave to the Bishop of Bath & Wells the advowson of Hutton (see George Louis Monck Gibbs).

Portrait by T. W. Webber, and crayon by A. G. Witherby ("Spy" of "Vanity Fair") both last in possession of his widow.