(-Est 1547)


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Jarvis GIBBON 2

  • Marriage (1): Unknown
  • Marriage (2): Agnes GIRDELER on 18 Nov 1562 in St George, Benenden, Kent 1
  • Buried: 9 Apr 1578, St George, Benenden, Kent 1

bullet  Notes:

The younger of two sons, Jarvis (aka Gervase) Gibbon was a clothier in Benenden. His and other wills show that he had seven married children (three daughters and four sons) with his first wife, who has not been identified. His daughter Elizabeth (qv) married William Watts (qv), another clothier in Benenden. Jarvis' other daughters were Margaret, who married three times and had 12 children with her first two husbands (Andrew Willard of Benenden and Henry Pattenden of Goudhurst); and Mary who married Edward Maplesden of Benenden. Jarvis' sons were John who lived in Rolvenden, and had six children with his wife Barbara Whetherden; Robert, a clothier in Rolvenden who had five children with his wife Alice Flete; Henry, who married three times and was a wealthy landowner in Benenden by the time of his death in 1589; and Edmond who founded the Gibbon School in Benenden in his will of 1608.
Jarvis remarried in 1562 to Agnes Girdeler, who outlived him by one year. Jarvis owned land and property in Benenden, Biddenden and Rolvenden when he died in 1578, which he left to his three surviving sons.

Additional sources:
Pollard E (2011) The History of Benenden, Chapter 5.
Will of Jarves Gybbon, Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury PRC 17/43/46 proved 11-5-1578
Will of Edmund Gibbon, Consistory Court of Canterbury ref PRC/32/41/185 proved 2-4-1608
Indenture dated 3-11-1575, TNA ref WARD 2/49/173/135


Jarvis married Unknown. (Unknown died after 1550 3.)


Jarvis next married Agnes GIRDELER on 18 Nov 1562 in St George, Benenden, Kent.1 (Agnes GIRDELER was buried on 27 Jul 1579 in St George, Benenden, Kent 1.)



1 Church Register, Transcript of Benenden, SoG ref KE/R 49.

2 Probate, Robert Gybbon PROB11/48 dated 9-5-1565 (son).

3 Inference, Will of John Gybbon, Consistory Court of Canterbury ref PRC/32/23/29b proved 24-3-1551 (brother-in-law).

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