Ancestors of

Christopher Finch Reynolds

Ann Gibbs (nee Miller)

Aylesbury

1765-1835

 

Time Line

1765 Berkhamsted? Birth: Daughter of Samuel Miller & Arabella (or Annabella?). [Family records say her father was from Berkhamsted.]  
22 August 1791 Aylesbury Robert Gibbs (23, currier) married Ann Miller (1770-1835) by licence  
1792-1835 Aylesbury Children born in Castle Street, Aylesbury. [All later identifiable reference until her death are to Castle Street, but she may have moved or downsized circa 1820.] Dr Williams Library
19 May 1792 Aylesbury John Gibbs (1792-1860) born Dr Williams Library
1 January 1794 Aylesbury Robert Gibbs (1794-1826) born Dr Williams Library
16 December 1795 Aylesbury Samuel Miller Gibbs (1795-1878) born Dr Williams Library
1796   Was executor and beneficiary, with brother William Miller, of her father's estate, with arrangement to support his widow, Arabella. [It is not known when Arabella died but last noted reference to her is in 1798. Will
16 February 1798 Aylesbury Ann Gibbs (1798-1824) born Dr Williams Library
2 August 1798 Waddesdon Ann Gibbs was baptised and admitted into the Waddesdon Hill Baptist Church Bucks R O D/15/7
11 February 1799 Aylesbury Ann Gibbs was a witness at the wedding of Thomas Dawney (1771-1815) and her sister-in-law Elizabeth Gibbs (1776-1860) Marriage Register
2 November 1800 Aylesbury Ann Gibbs was a founding member of the Whitehall Street, Aylesbury, Baptist Meeting Bucks R O D/15/7
25 July 1802 Aylesbury Her membership of the Whitehall St Baptist Church was withdrawn at the same time as her husband's membership. Bucks R O D/15/7
7 October 1802 Aylesbury George Washington Gibbs (1802-1865) born Dr Williams Library
1803 Aylesbury Robert Gibbs was paid 1s 5d for goods supplied Churchwarden's account nook
4 May 1804 Aylesbury Richard Gibbs (1804-1883) born Dr Williams Library
May 1808 Aylesbury Her husband, Robert Gibbs died at Cat Street (also known as Castle Street), Aylesbury Local Occurrences
2 August 1808 Aylesbury Ann Gibbs Executor of Robert's will, estate less than 600. The trustees for the estate were Robert's brother-in-law Thomas Dawney (1771-1815) husband of Elizabeth Gibbs (1776-1860) and a leading Aylesbury Quaker, Jasper Jackson (1760-1836) PCC Probate
1814 Aylesbury Rateable value of Mrs Gibbs property 4 5s Poor rate
3 April 1814 Aylesbury Ann Gibbs' annual bill with the Overseers was paid. [Presumably she was continuing her late husband's business in clothing, etc.] A separate bill for 6 13s 4d from A & J Gibbs for 100 lace pillowcases was also settled. [Presumably her and her eldest son John trading together - as he had now reached the age of 21.] Overseers Accounts
25 March 1815 Aylesbury Ann Gibbs' annual bill settled Overseers Accounts
21 February 1816 Aylesbury Ann Gibbs was present at the birth of John Rolls Gibbs, the son of John Gibbs and Caroline Locke. Dr Williams Library
26 July 1816 Aylesbury Ann Gibbs became a member of the Hale Leys Chapel when it was formed by Rev. William Gunn.  
1817 Aylesbury Rateable value of Mrs Gibbs property 4 5s Poor Rate
1822 Aylesbury Rateable value of Mrs Gibbs property 2 10s and no rate paid because property empty. Church Rate
30 May 1835 Aylesbury Ann Gibbs died, and as a member of the Hale Leys Chapel was buried in the Castle Street Burial Ground.  
6 June 1835 Aylesbury On the 30th Ult., in Castle Street, Aylesbury, Mrs Ann Gibbs, widow, in the 70th year of her age Bucks Herald
     
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