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MATTHEW GIBBS of Charlestown and Sudbury
Matthew Gibbs married Mary Bradish. [Ref, p. 714]
Matthew was a planter in Charlestown. [Ref, p. 714] In 1654 he moved to Sudbury. [Ref, p. 714]
Children of Matthew Gibbs and Mary Bradish:
JOHN GIBBS (c. 1662 - 1718) of Sudbury
Parents: Matthew Gibbs and Mary Bradish [Ref][Ref, p. 19]
John Gibbs was born about 1662 in Sudbury. [Ref, p. 31] He died on 2 Apr 1718 in Sudbury. [Ref] He married first Ann Gleason on 27 Apr 1688 in Sudbury. [Ref] He married second Sarah Unknown. She died on 31 Aug 1725 in Sudbury. [Ref]
Thomas Gleason left five shillings to his "son-in-law John Gibbs, who married [his] daughter Ann Gleason". [Ref, p. 19]
Children of John Gibbs and Ann Gleason:
Children of John Gibbs and Sarah Unknown:
MERCY GIBBS (b. 1691)
Parents: John Gibbs and Ann Gleason
Mercy Gibbs was born on 3 Aug 1691 in Sudbury. [Ref][Ref] She married James Aikens on 15 Oct 1718 in Brookfield, MA. [Ref]
Mercy united with the church in Hardwick on 29 May 1737. [Ref]
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