THE GIBBS FAMILY

           The Gibbs family was a pioneering and dynamic African American family who greatly contributed to society, having an impact both in the U.S. and internationally. Family members include abolitionist, prominent politicians, successful entrepreneurs, educators, theologians, musicians, writers, lecturers, and social and international activist spanning the globe.



1st Generation:

Parents:
Reverend Jonathan Clarkson Gibbs I and Maria Jackson

2nd Generation Children:
Mifflin Gibbs (1823-1915)(Philadelphia)
Jonathan Clarkson Gibbs II (1821-1874)(Philadelphia)

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2nd Generation:

Parents:
Mifflin Gibbs (1823-1915)(Philadelphia)  and Maria Ann Alexander

3rd Generation Children:
Harriet Gibbs Marshall (1869-1941)(Victoria, British Columbia)
Ida Gibbs Hunt (1862-1957)(Victoria, British Columbia)
Horace E. Gibbs (b. 1864)(Victoria, British Columbia)
Donald F. Gibbs

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Parents:
Jonathan Clarkson Gibbs, II (1821-1874)(Philadelphia)  and Anna Amelia Harris

3rd Generation Children:
Thomas Van Renssalaer Gibbs (b.1855)(Florida)
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