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Gibbs / Mashburn

Alan Bryson (View posts)
Posted: 28 Feb 2001 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
I'd like to hear from anyone who is working of the parents
of the Reverend John Gibbs of Burke County (1755-1847).

Also I'm looking for the parent of Rebecca Mashburn who
married James Gibbs on April 14, 1823. I estimate she
was born about 1804.

Thanks
Posted: 7 Jun 2001 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 Jun 2001 7:11PM GMT
Surnames: Gibbs, Mashbourn, Finley, Connelly
James was married once before to a Mary Ann Hunter, I was told. He also had a son who went to north Georgia. As far as I know no one has found Rev. John's parents. James had 6 children by his first wife; 5 girls and one boy and he had 10 by Rebecca. Hope this helps. For now. Carolyn

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Dianne Fields (View posts)
Posted: 13 Jun 2001 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Bryson, Dale
Do you have any info on Emaline Bryson born 1849 and married John Henry Dale?

James Gibbs, Rebecca Mashbourn, et al

Posted: 23 Jul 2001 1:22AM GMT
Edited: 20 Jan 2002 1:45AM GMT
Surnames: Gibbs, Hunter, Mashbourn
I am trying to piece together a complete list of the family of James Gibbs (abt 1780-aft 1860).
He married Rebecca Mashbourn (1805-aft 1860) in 1823 and I have the following children for them
from the 1850 census of Yancey Co., NC, p. 389:

Sarah A. Gibbs, b. abt 1826
Thomas R. Gibbs, b. abt 1829
Rebecca S. Gibbs, b. abt 1830
Lois E. Gibbs, b. abt 1832
William F. Gibbs, b. abt 1834
Nancy E. Gibbs, b. abt 1837
Bridget E. Gibbs, b. abt 1839
Martha J. Gibbs, b. abt 1842
Joshua M. Gibbs, b. abt 1844
Harvey J. Gibbs, b. abt 1845

In this census on p. 382, there is also another Gibbs whom I believe is also a son:

James W. Gibbs, b. abt 1828
(Probable birthdate = Nov. 26, 1827)

From James' census listings in Burke Co. in earlier years, I believe he was married before he married Rebecca.
In 1810, he is shown with 1 male, aged 0-10 and a woman I believe was a first wife.
In 1820, he has 1 male and 5 females, aged 1-10, but no wife.
I have seen mention, both on this forum and from another correspondent, that James' first wife was
a Mary Ann Hunter. Can anyone give me more details here? Also, who were their children?

Recently, I have found James and Rebecca Gibbs in the 1860 census for Cherokee Co., GA, p. 784:

Gibbs, James 79 Laborer born NC
" Rebecca 56 " "
" Sarah 32 " "
" Martha 18 " "
" Joshua 16 " " "
" Henry 14 " "

Next to them is a John Gibbs. Is he the son of James and Mary Ann?

Gibbs, John 48 Farmer born NC
" Eliza A. 37 born SC
" Robert E. 16 " born GA
" John W. 11 " "
" Wm W. 8 " "
" Henry P. 6 " "

Also, in 1850, this John Gibbs is listed in Cherokee Co., GA, p. 475

Gibbs, John 38 farmer born NC
" Eliza A. 27 born SC
" Robert D. 6 born GA
" John W. 2 " "
" Mathew M. 26 born NC

Is the Mathew Gibbs here a younger half brother of John, i.e., an oldest son
of James and Rebecca, b. abt 1824? Both Mathew and a known son of James',
Thomas P. Gibbs, are also in the 1860 Cherokee Co., GA census.

Any help with these families would be greatly appreciated.
They are a collateral line, as I am descended from James'
brother, William Gibbs (1779-1850), who helpfully married once
and stayed in one place his entire life!

Thank-you.
Patty Blanton

Re: James Gibbs, Rebecca Mashbourn, et al

Posted: 23 Jul 2001 1:33AM GMT
Edited: 4 Aug 2001 1:21AM GMT
James' first wife was Mary Ann Hunter, I have been told, they had 5 daughters and 1 son. I haven't been able to verify this info. Carol

Re: James Gibbs, Rebecca Mashbourn, et al

Posted: 31 Oct 2001 7:39PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 25 Sep 2004 8:42AM GMT
Surnames: Rutherford
Patty, I found a book, Georgia Intrstate Records. In it I found J.C. Hunter, John Gibbs admn, Matthew M. Gibbs, sur, 11/9/1857 Cherokee. AB (administrators Bond)
Dennis, Wiley Potty, gdn, John Gibbs, sur, 5/10/1858, Cherokee, GB 9(Guardian's Bond)

Re: James Gibbs, Rebecca Mashbourn, et al

Posted: 16 Apr 2002 2:46AM GMT
Classification: Query
Dear Patricia,
Have you had any luck? My grandfather was Thomas Robert Gibbs from Hall County. My Ggrandfather was William Gibbs. I am trying to figure out if James Gibb's son John was the dad or Cornelius Gibbs. They are shown together on the 1850 census in White County(which is part of Cherokee County and Habersham). My Ggrandfather named his son's Thomas Robert, William and John, some of the family names. William Gibbs was born around 1850 in Habershame County. It is very confusing. His wife was Elizabeth Evans McClure. I keep finding names from Hyde County in Habersham. I saw where a Robert and Joel Gibbs were married in Habersham but disappeared in the next census.
Thanks,
Pat

Re: Gibbs / Mashburn

Posted: 9 May 2013 2:31AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Gibbs Mashburn
Alan,

I talked to you about 12 years ago. I hope this address is still good. My private email is pinemtn76@yahoo.com. Please contact me. I was researching the James Gibbs line at that time, was told I was looking in the wrong place, so stopped.

Through the Gibbs Project DNA that you talked about back then, I have found yes this is my line. We are "0 distance " from Rev John. Which means he or one of his brothers is my line.

I would loved to talk with you. I still have all the information you shared with me back then.. I felt all along it was the correct line and would not dispose of it.

Look forward to hearing from you

Anita Sue

Re: Gibbs / Mashburn

Posted: 27 Mar 2014 12:56AM GMT
Classification: Query
Oops. Sorry I'm just now seeing your post. I have not worked on family genealogy in a while.
Hope you are still working on the Gibbs/Mashburn trees. Would love to pick up on hunting family
members. Are you still researching? Betty Butler Babovec

Re: Gibbs / Mashburn

Posted: 4 Apr 2014 11:03AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Gibbs
BETTY,, yes, I am still researching the James Gibbs line. Read the post to Allen Gibbs. It explains my link. to James. We still have not found our missing link from William J. b 1824/5 to Rev John b 1755. Anita Sue
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