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201 1st son. Baptised 30 October 1948 at Christ Church. Educated at Winchester College 1962-67.

Qualified as Chartered Accountant 1974. Lived and worked in Nairobi, Kenya 1974-79. From 1980 with Balfour Williamson & Co. Ltd., London - Director from 1987 to 1997. From 1997 Director of Intramar Ltd, based in Sussex (1997 to 2006) and Dorset (2006 to date), and Oman International Group SAOC, Muscat, Oman.

Portrait: Pastel by Ludmilla Trapp, last in his own possession.

Last address: Church Farm House, Batcombe, Dorchester, Dorset, DT2 7BG

Clubs: Pratt's, Muthaiga Country Club (Nairobi, Kenya). 
Gibbs, John Kenneth Andrew (I1941)
202 1st son. Baptised at Banstead Church, Surrey. Educated at Ewell Castle School, Ewell, Surrey.

Address: 54 Dudgeon Drive, Tallebudgera, Queensland 4228, Australia. 
Gibbs, Terence Claud (I2030)
203 1st son. Baptised at Christ Church, Guildford. Educated at Tunbridge School 1895-9.

2nd Lieut. 3rd Battln. (Militia) Somerset Light Infantry August 1900; Lieut. 1905; Capt. October 1908 (Reserve); Major regular army Reserve of Officers (2nd class) since 1920. Served in the S. African (Boer) War February 1901 to May 1902 with the 4th Battn. (Queen's medal and 1 clasp). Hon. Lieut, in the Army May 1902. Sometime (up to 1914) a Rubber Planter in Malaya.

In the Great War rejoined 3rd Battn. Somerset Light Infantry from Malaya November 1914. In France with 1st Battn. February to May and July 1916 to April 1917 when he was appointed to command 1st Battn. East Lancashire Regiment during the last phase of battle of Arras (including capture of the Roux chemical works) and remained with this Regt. till August. Served again with 1st Battn. Som. L.I. in France December 1917 to May 1918. Was in command of 1st Battn. Hampshire Regiment May to October 1918 serving in the resumption of offensive, capture of the Hindenburg line, &c. Returned to 3rd battn. Somerset L.I. in Ireland Oct. 1918. M.C. 1917. Despatches 1917. 1914-15 Star, British War medal, Allies' (Victory) medal. In the Officers'
Friend dept. of the Ministry of Pensions, London 1920-2. Nov.

(1930) in an Antique business in Basil Street off Sloane Str., Chelsea. 
Mordaunt, John Francis Cumberlege MC (I2900)
204 1st son. Baptised at Ranmore, Surrey. Educated at Malvern College, 1872-8, matric. Cambridge (Jesus College) 1880, BA 1883, student at St. George's Hospital, Westminster, MRCS and LRCP 1888. Buried in the English Cemetery at Maitland, nr. Cape Town.

In medical practice in Cape Colony (successively at Bredersdorp, Kenhard, Barkly West, and Victoria West) 1888 till his death. Surgeon-captain to the Kimberley Light Horse during the siege of that town 1899-1900. D.S.O. J.P. for Barkly West. A Freemason.

2 sons. 
Heberden, George Alfred DSO (I2871)
205 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Gibbs, Paul Humphrey Paterson (I1878)
206 1st son. Born at Collina (now the Vicarage), Torwood, Torquay, 27 October and baptised 7 December 1860 at St. Mark's, Torwood. Educated at Winchester College 1874-8, matric. at Oxford (Keble College), 28 January 1879; 1st class Science (biology) and BA 1882; MA 1925. Died 9 July 1949 and was buried at St. James' Abinger, Surrey. Will proved.

Joined Antony Gibbs & Sons, London 1882; in Liverpool with Antony Gibbs & Sons & Co., 1882-3; in Melbourne, Australia, with Gibbs Bright. & Co., 1885-9 (a manager there 1889); a partner in Gibbs & Co. Chile (Valparaiso and Iquique) 1890-6; a manager in the London firm 1896 and partner therein 1897 to 31 December 1930, when he retired. Director of the Mexican Railway Co. from 1905 and of the Indemnity Assurance Co. from 1906. Churchwarden of St. James', Abinger, of St. Martin Outwich, of St. Helen's, City of London, from 1920. On the council of Keble College, Oxford, from 1925. Author of 'The History of Antony & Dorothea Gibbs' and of the 'Early Years of Antony Gibbs & Sons', published 1922, and editor of the third edition of the family pedigree. Author of Abinger Parish Church published October 1938 (all his notes are available on-line at and view 'Other Documents' on this page. His Chilean War Diaries are in the possession of Julian R. GIbbs

Residences: after marriage, 20 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington, 1902 - March 1931, and Goddards, Abinger, Surrey, leased from 1914, bought by his wife, 1927. Goddards was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1898-9 for Sir Frederick Mirrilees. The house was intended for Sir Frederick's daughter Cecilia (afterwards Mrs Craven) and until she needed it, it was used as a rest home for nurses.

St Cecilia's badge is carved outside the front entrance. After the house was enlarged in 1910 it was occupied for a short time by Sir Frederick's son, Donald Mirrilees and his wife. Mrs. Craven never lived there. It is a fine example of the relationship between house and garden which was of paramount importance to Lutyens (see Edwin Lutyens Architectural Monographs 6, Academy Editions, London, 1979). The garden was designed by Gertrude Jekyll and is mentioned in 'Gardens Old and New' edited by H. Avray Tipping, MA, FSA, Vol. III (pub. about 1912 by Country Life). Distinct reservations on its architectural merits are expressed by Pevsner in the vol. on Surrey in the 'Buildings of England' Series, pub. by Penguin Books, 1st edition 1962, 2nd edition. 1971, however it is the subject of one of the books in Brian Edwards' "Architecture in Detail" series (Goddards, Lutyens by Brian Edwards published by Phaidon Press Ltd 1996). 
Gibbs, John Arthur (I1410)
207 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Gibbs, Michael Alban (I915)
208 1st son. Lt. Co. Territorial Army. Baptised 11 January 1903 at Christ Church, Lancaster Gate, Paddington. Educated at Winchester College, 1916-1921; matric. at Oxford (University College) 15 October 1921; 3rd Class History and BA 1924; MA 1928.

Fellow of the Royal Institution of the Chartered Surveyors. Fellow of the Land Agents Society. On the Council of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors 1948. Articled to J.R. Eve & Son of Bedford and Westminster 1925-8. With Lofts & Warner, surveyors and land agents 1929-1935, Chief Land Agent to the National Trust 1961. Retired 1968. Last address: The Porch House, Lacock, Chippenham, Wilts.

From 1924 City of London Yeomanry Battery (RHA) (TA) 'Roughriders'. In Second World War with Anti-Aircraft Command RA in England. Retired with the rank of Lt. Col. after the War. 
Gibbs, Christopher John OBE (I2005)
209 2 Chester Street Gordon Young, Stanley Charles (I2683)
210 2 Keble Road Medley, Isabel Sybil Charlotte (I2078)
211 20 Cleveland Gardens Gibbs, Christopher John OBE (I2005)
212 20 Cleveland Gardens Gibbs, Antony James (I2006)
213 20 Cleveland Gardens Gibbs, Evelyn Arthur (I2007)
214 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Misch, Laura Emma (I340)
215 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Misch, Polly Margaret (I812)
216 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Higham, Edwina (I4368)
217 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Brignall, Simon Francis Rev (I2431)
218 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Edgedale, James William (I2202)
219 21st Earl of Morton (1976), younger son of Hon. Charles William Sholto Douglas (see Morton E.). Educated at Canford School, Dorset.

Farming at Lukers Farm, Brinkworth, Wilts., 1949-52, and since 1952 at Dalmahoy, Kirknewton, Midlothian.

Senior Partner Dalmahoy Farms and Chairman Dalmahoy Country Club 1978. Chairman Caledonian Building Society and later Scottish Director British and West Building Society.

In 1982, he was appointed a deputy lieutenant of West Lothian, and he served as Lord Lieutenant of West Lothian from 1985 to 2002.

Played polo for Scotland 1977 and 1979 in Kenya. 
Douglas, John Charles Sholto Earl of Morton (I2814)
220 22 Gerald Road, SW1 Edgedale, Lieut. Colonel William Richard (I2199)
221 22 Lancaster Gate, Edgedale, Elizabeth Eve (I2208)
222 23 Hans Place Miles, Lieut. Colonel Edward William Tremayne MC (I2553)
223 23 Oxford Terrace Gibbs, Lieut. Colonel George Arthur Elton (I2606)
224 24 Garrard Road Gibbs, Jacqueline Sylvia (I2036)
225 24 Lexham Gardens Gibbs, Joseph Hucks (I2583)
226 24 Lexham Gardens Gibbs, Major Stanley Rider RAMC (I2710)
227 27 Ormonde Gate Gibbs, Daphne Marian (I1992)
228 2nd and youngest daughter of Charles Frederick Henry Leslie of Epcombs, Hertingfordbury, Herts., by Maud, 6th daughter of John Foster of New Hall Grange, Maltby, Yorks (of the family of Foster of Thorne Hall, Yorks); born in Alexander Square, Kensington, 7 June 1905 and baptised at Hertingfordbury. Married 6 October 1926 at St. Mary's, Hertingfordbury. Died 28 December 1979 and buried 2 January 1980 at St. Michael & All Angels, Clifton Hampden.

C.B.E. (1961). Justice of the Peace for Hertfordshire (1942) and for Oxfordshire (1950).
1923-78 Various posts with the Girl Guide Association, including County Commissioner, Herts. (1938-46); Chief Commissioner for Overseas Territories (1950-60); Deputy Chief Commissioner of the Commonwealth (1951-54); Vice-Chairman of Executive Committee (1951-54); Member of the Council (1940-77); Vice-President of the Council (1978-79); Delegate to World Conference in Holland (1954); Visitor to the World Conference in Greece (1960); Chairman, Central African Guide Conference in Southern Rhodesia (1956); Chairman, West Indies Federation Guide Conference (1959).

Member of Village School Committee and Parochial Church Council in Essenden and Cliften Hampden, and a variety of other local committees.

Silver Fish, 1964.

Patron of the Living of St. Michael and All Angels, Clifton Hampden, 1976-79.

In her obituary in The Times of 7 January 1980 a correspondent wrote: 'Lady Gibbs managed the Clifton Hampden estate on her husband's behalf for 30 years, and her real recreation was her interest in, and care of, people; and this included all her neighbours and tenants. In addition, she was a skilful and indefatigable gardener and no mean ornithologist.

Until a year ago when a fall seriously injured her spine and deprived her of the sight of an eye, she never relaxed, and with her incisive brain she delved deeply into any problem of village life with an efficiency that alarmed the idle and disconcerted the easy-going.

The rewards of such a life of service were many: a preserved village which became an oasis of beauty with an active church with fabric restored and treasures repaired and recorded; a viable infant school; an invaluable village-hall in excellent repair; and, perhaps most important of all, a family who follow their parents' example in the care of people and places'.

She gave special support to the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children and to Missions in Rhodesia where her husband's younger brother, Sir Humphrey Gibbs was Governor 1959-1969.

Portrait: by Simon Elwes, in possession of Elizabeth Fleming. 
Leslie, Helen Margaret CBE (I1648)
229 2nd and youngest daughter. Baptised 5 March 1835 at St. Pancras (London). Died unmarried. Buried in Kilburn Cemetery. Gibbs, Elizabeth Ellin (I3104)
230 2nd Baron Hunsdon (1935) and 4th Baron Aldenham (1939). Born at High Canons aforesaid 11 August and baptised 8 September 1888 at Aldenham. Educated at Eton College 1901-7; matric. Cambridge (Trinity College) 1907; 2nd class History and B.A. 1910. Died at Harlow Hospital, 30 May 1969 and was cremated and ashes buried at St. Dunstan's, Hunsdon.

He was in the Eton School Football XI 1906. Won Royal Tennis, single and doubles, Cambridge v. Oxford 1910. Joined Antony Gibbs & Sons, London, 1910, and was with their Australian branch, Gibbs, Bright & Co., 1912-14. After the Great War rejoined the London firm 1919; partner thereof from 1920. Director of, amongst other Companies, Commercial Union Assurance Co., Ld., from 1921 (Chairman 1928-29), Australian Pastoral Co. Ld. from 1922 (Chairman from 1929), Westminster Bank Ld. from 1924, English Scottish and Australian Bank, Ld., from 1920. On the Livery of the Merchant Taylors Company from 1910, on the Court from 1923, Master 1932.

2nd Lieut. Hertfordshire Yeomanry (Territ) Feb. 1911-15; temp. Lieut. July, 1915, Capt., Dec., 1916. In the Great War; mobilised with the Herts. Yeomanry in August 1914 he served with them in Egypt Sep. 1914 to Aug. 1915, in Gallipoli August to October 1915 and in Palestine June 1916 to April 1917 and to XXI Corps Staff Intelligence there December 1917-January 1918. Served with the 'Dunster Force' in Mesopotamia and Persia January 1918 to January 1919 and with Herts. Yeomanry in Asia Minor January to April 1919. Mentioned twice in Despatches (1917 and 1918). Medals, 1914-15 Star, British war medal and Allies (Victory) medal.

Deputy Chairman Westminster Bank, 1st January 1933; Chairman of Bank 1st April 1950; resigned from Chairmanship 31 December 1961 but remained on Board, President, British Association of Bankers 1954-55.

Portrait in oils, painted by Simon Elwes, soon after becoming Chariman, in possession of Westminster Bank, Lothbury, EC2. 
Gibbs, Walter Durant 4th Baron Aldenham (I1641)
231 2nd Baronet, 1st son. Baptised 5 July 1925 at Broadwell. Educated at Eton and Oxford (Christ Church) 1945-47.

Second World War, 1943-45 with Coldstream Guards. Succeeded his father as 2nd Baronet 23 May 1951.

1 son and 2 daughters: William McLernon, born 5 August 1954; Rosemary Louise, born 23 December 1952, married Frederick Le Roux, 1 daughter: Joanne Jane, born 2 May 1958. 
Goodenough, Richard Edmund 2nd Baronet (I1957)
232 2nd daughter of Albany Hawke Charlesworth (born 1854) of Grinton, co. York, JP for whom see Burke's 'Landed Gentry', by Eleanor Charlotte, 2nd daughter of Kennett Bayley of Sevenoaks, Inchicore, Dublin.

Divorce obtained by her husband 1932, when she married 2ndly 23 June, Arthur James.

Portrait: oil by Flora Lion 1924; head in pastel by E. Verpilleur (1924); both last in her mother's possession. 
Charlesworth, Mary (I2530)
233 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Day, Mary Janet (I2042)
234 2nd daughter of Henry Martin Gibbs of Barrow Court. Baptised 2 December 1894 in the parish church at Down Ampney.

In the Great War she worked in the kitchens of two hospitals, and, for some months from January 1919, in the American Young Men's Christian Assn. at Aix les Bains, Min. by Miss Hall last in possession of her son Peter Tremayne Miles.

Memorial service held at Poulton 22 September 1979. 
Gibbs, Mary Albinia (I2317)
235 2nd daughter of John Peel Nelson of Bulawayo, Rhodesia. Baptised 3 March 1913 at Benoni. Educated at Girls' High School, Barnato Park, Johannesburg.

D.B.E. (1969). President of Rhodesia Red Cross for 19 years until 1978; President of Girl Guides Association for 20 years until 1979; President National Council of Women; President African Women's Clubs.

Interests: Farm livestock, breeding Labradors, sewing, water colour painting (Exhibition 1976), and fish farming. 
Nelson, Dame Molly Peel DBE (I1864)
236 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Paterson, Barbara Boitumelo (I1876)
237 2nd daughter of Rev. John Lomax Gibbs. Baptised 29 January 1863 at Wraxall. Buried at Speen. Memorial Inscription there.
Gibbs, Isabel Alice (I1403)
238 2nd daughter of Rev. Joseph Gibbs. Baptised at Clifton Hampden 3 February 1836. Buried 21 March 1907 at Clifton Hampden. Memorial Inscription in churchyard. Will dated 30 July 1900, proved 9 may 1907.

She and her husband removed to Cape Colony in 1889 with those of their children who were not already there and built a house for themselves called Belmont at Ceres. She returned to England (after his death) in 1893. 
Gibbs, Dorothea Barnetta (I2576)
239 2nd daughter of Rev. Richard George Hancock (died 1913), rector of Ditteridge, nr. Bath, 1894-1911, for whose descent from Sr William Handcock, Kent (died 1701) see Caslemaine in 'Burke's Peerage', 1915); by Mary (died 1890), 2nd daughter of General Samuel Swinhoe (died 1866) of the East India Co., Calcutta and of Eslington House, Cheltenham by Emily Gillanders. Died 24 May 1947 and was buried at Bristol. Handcock, Emily Fraser (I2025)
240 2nd daughter of Robert Bright (died 1869) of Abbots Leigh, Somerset (partner of George Gibbs), for whose lineage see Bright of Colwall in Burke's 'Landed Gentry', by Caroline (died 1843); 4th and youngest daughter of Thomas Tyndall of The Royal Fort, Bristol. Baptised at Abbots Leigh 3 January 1860. Was buried at Speen House 24 March 1920. Administration May 1920.

Her Tyndall grandmother was Marianne (died 1805), daughter of Lambert Schimmelpennick of Bristol (of the family of the Dutch Counts of that name) and sister-in-law of Mary Anne Schimmelpennick, the authoress, whose life is in the Dictionary of National Biography. For the Tyndall family see articles by Greenfield in The Genealogist Magazine Vol II (1878). Her diaries 1851 to 1920 (53 volumes) were in possession of John Arthur Gibbs in 1932, now missing.

Portraits: Pastel by E. Havell (1887) last in possession of Christopher J. Gibbs; a chalk drawing by E.U. Eddis (c. 1859) last in possession of Francis L. Gibbs in 1932; a watercolour by Curnock, one of a set of three of herself, her sister Caroline (born 1827) and her sister Constance (born 1837), all in possession of George Medley 2014, but not mentioned in the 1932 edition of the Gibbs Pedigree. Sampler, dated Sept 26 1845 (then aged 10) in possession of Vera Medley. 
Bright, Isabel Marianne (I20)
241 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Russell, Susan Elizabeth (I2053)
242 2nd daughter of Sir Harold Snagge, KBE, of 13 St. Leonard's Terrace, London, SW3.

She married 2ndly 23 January 1946 as his second wife, William 2nd Viscount Harcourt, KCMG, OBE. 
Snagge, Elizabeth Sonia (I2529)
243 2nd daughter of Sir Leslie Probyn, KCMG, colonial Governor, for whom see 'Probyn of Huntly Manor' in Burke's 'Landed Gentry', by Emily (OBE), daughter of George Davies, Contractor, of Bristol. Baptised 7 April 1889 at Acton.

Her father (born 1862) was called to the Bar (Middle Temple) 1884: Governor of Sierra Leone, 1904-10; Governor of Barbados, 1910-18; living at Folkestone, 1929. One of his sisters, Blanche Probyn, was the 2nd wife (m. 1904) of Antony Page Crawley-Boevey, 1st cousin of Antony Gibbs of Tyntesfield born 1842.

Oil portrait by Albert H. Collins, 1911, last in her husband's possession. 
Probyn, Dorothy Emily (I2083)
244 2nd daughter of Sydney R Christie-Miller of Clarnedon Park, Salisbury (see his lineage in Burke's 'Landed Gentry'), by Evelyn Norah, daughter of H.S. Vandeleur of Cahiracon, co. Clare (Burke's 'Landed Gentry of Ireland').

In 1938 joined the newly formed Auxiliary Territorial Service, raising a Company at Salisbury, Wiltshire. Served at Bulford Camp, Wiltshire from August 1939-44. In January 1948 elected Member of the East Sussex County Council at a bye-election for the Barcombe Division, contesting and winning two further Elections. Chairman of numerous Committees, including the Children's Committee. Elected County Alderman of East Sussex County Council 1962. Retired January 1968. 
Christie-Miller, Rosemary (I2281)
245 2nd daughter of the Marquess of Cambridge (by Lady Margaret, 4th daughter of Hugh Lupus Grosvenor, 1st Duke of Westminster). Baptised privately October 1899. She was born Princess Helena of Teck, was a descendant of the British Royal Family, great-great-granddaughter of King George KKK and a niece of Queen Mary, the consort of King George V. During World War I, the British Royal Family relinquished their Germanic titles, and Princess Helena assumed the style Lady Helena Cambridge. Buried at Shipton Moyne. Memorial there. Cambridge, Her Serene Highness Helena Frances Augusta Princess of Teck (I1739)
246 2nd daughter of the Ven. John Downall, Archdeacon of Totnes and Vicar of Okehampton, Devon, by Katharine Pyndar, only daughter of Rev. John Turner, rector of Hagley, co. Worcester. Buried 15 December 1924 at Clyst St. George. Memorial Inscription in churchyard there and under her husband's Memorial window at Hagley.
Downall, Annie Katharina (I2587)
247 2nd daughter, born at 17 Portman Square, St. Marylebone 4 March and baptised 25 April 1896 at Aldenham. Died unmarried 24 February 1964 at Hunsdon Mill House and was buried 27 February 1964 at St. Dunstan's, Hunsdon.

With her brother Humphrey in Rhodesia, 1929-32. For many years a member of the St. Alban's Diocesan Conference and of the Ruridecanal Conference of Ware, Herts. Member of Church Assembly; member of Herts. Women's Institute Executive; worked for Red Cross Occupational Thearapy. 
Gibbs, The Hon. Barbara Louisa (I1645)
248 2nd daughter. Baptised 10 December1896 at St. Giles, Oxford.

In the Great War worked at Munitions in the firm of Barr and Stroud, Glasgow.

Two daughters: Anne Rosalind m. Jan Vanderwerff and has issue; Fiona Mary m. Michael Evans and has issue.

Buried at Rathfarnham. 
Medley, Mary Blanche (I2069)
249 2nd daughter. Baptised 16 July 1828 at St. Giles-in-the-Fields. Died at Belmont aforesaid, unmarried 11th and was buried 19 January 1859 at Wraxall. Monumental Inscription there.

Lived from childhood, always an invalid, with her uncle and aunt at Belmont, Wraxall. A drawing (age about 3) by Jos. Slater is in possession of Lord Aldenham. 
Gibbs, Caroline (I1616)
250 2nd daughter. Baptised 26 August 1859 at St. John's, Paddington. Died unmarried at her residence in Putney Heath, buried 6 September 1929 at Putney Vale Cemetery. Will dated 13 March 1926, proved 9 November 1929.

Portraits: Oil, with her sister Sylvia, standing, by C. Kay Robertson (? 1905) last in possession of her brother Lord Cullen. Pastel, with her sister Sylvia, by Edward Havell 1887 last in possession of her brother Francis. 
Adams Cokayne, Caroline Louisa (I2020)

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