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Descendants of Robert Gibbes (1644 - 1715), colonial governor of South Carolina

by Alice Hawkins Quinn
Quinn, Alice Hawkins (Main Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[Prescott, Arizona : John Quinn, 1991]
3 v.

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Published posthumously by the author's husband, John Quinn.

Includes bibliographical references.

Includes indexes.

Includes Gibbes, Barnwell, deSaussure, Gaillard, Ravenel, Rhett, Heywatd, Hazlehurst, and other related families.

Robert Gibbes (1644-1715) was born at Sandwich, Kent, England, the son of Robert and Mary Gibbes. He went first to Barbadoes where he probably married for the first time, to someone whose name is unknown. In 1688 he was married a second time, also in Barbadoes, to Mary Davis. He brought his family to South Carolina and later married a third time to a widow, Elizabeth Donne Neale Godfrey, in 1751. Descendants and relatives lived in North and South Carolina, Mississippi, Georgia, Texas, Oklahoma, New York, California, and elsewhere.

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