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1. Hannah Gibbard bap. 31/Oct/1641
2. Esther Gibbard bap. 05/Jan/1642
3. Mary Gibbard bap 20/Jan/1644
4. Phebe Gibbard bap 10/Jan/1646
5. Sarah Gibbard bap 20/Oct/1648
6. Rebecca Gibbard b. 26/Feb/1650
7. Samuel Gibbard b. 07/May/1653
8. Timothy Gibbard b. 02/Oct/1655
9. John Gibbard bap. 19/Sep/1658
10. Abigail Gibbard b. 18/Aug/1660
Source: Hoosiers, Yankees & Englishmen by James Earl Davis, 1974 pg. 57
"William Gibbard lived near Stratford, Warwick Co., England, before
immigrating to New England, where he was secretary of the New Haven Colony.
He d. Aug 9, 1662. His will, dated Aug 6, 1662, bequeathed property left
him by his uncle Cook in Tamworth, Warwickshire, England, to his eldest son
Samuel; and his estate in New England to wife Anne and children Mary, Phebe,
Sarah, Rebeckah, Timothy, and Abigail; mentions deceased dau Hester; also a
legacy left to the children by their Tapp grandparents. Lieut. John Nash
and James Bishop were appointed overseers of the New England estate; William's
brother timothy Gibbard of Calladownhouse, near Coventy, and Francis Smith of
Stratford to be overseers of the estate in England. Inventory taken Apr
30, 1663 totaled 290 pounds, 7 shillings, and 6 pence. William Gibbard m.
Anne Tapp, dau of Mr. Edmund Tapp; she d. 1701; she m. 2) Dec 7, 1665, Williams
Andrews. William Gibbard & Anne Tapp had 10 children."