Thomas Giddy

(1 December 1815 - )
     Thomas Giddy was christened on 1 December 1815 in Saltfleetby, Lincolnshire. He was the son of Grantham & Lucy.
     Thomas Giddy married Elizabeth Stancer, daughter of John Stancer and Ann Buttery, on 15 May 1838 in St Mary, Horncastle, Lincolnshire.
     Thomas Giddy appeared on the 1841 census in Scamblesby, Lincolnshire. Thomas Giddey 20, Elizabeth Giddey, 20, Stancer aged 1, all born in the county, living next door to her mother and brother.
     Thomas Giddy and Elizabeth Stancer were recorded on the 1851 census in Ludford Magna, Lincolnshire. Thomas Giddey, 34, ag. lab. born Alford, his wife Elizabeth 30, born Winceby, son Stancer Giddey, 11, farm lab., born Scamblesby, John, 8, scholar, born Scamblesby, Vincent Giddey, son, 7, scholar, born Scamblesby, Ann Stancer, mother, widow, 74, visitor, born Newton?, Ntt, and a lodger.
     Thomas Giddy and Elizabeth Stancer appeared on the 1861 census in Ludford Magna, Lincolnshire. Thomas Giddy 44, ag. labourer, born Solloby?, Lincs; his wife Elizabeth Giddy 40, born Winceby, Leweza Carr 1, boarder, born Manchester.

Duke Giffard

     Duke Giffard lived at Castlejordan, Meath & Offaly, Ireland.
     Duke Giffard married Elizabeth Handcock, daughter of William Handcock and Abigail Stanley, in 1696 in Ireland. He was of Castle Jordan.

Elizabeth Gifford

( - after 8 September 1456)
     Elizabeth Gifford was the daughter of James Gifford.
     Elizabeth Gifford married James Douglas Lord Dalkeith, son of Sir James Douglas and Princess Elizabeth Stewart.
     Elizabeth died after 8 September 1456.

Sir Hugh Gifford (of Yester)

Child of Sir Hugh Gifford (of Yester)

James Gifford

Child of James Gifford

Margaret Gifford

     Margaret Gifford was the daughter of Sir Hugh Gifford (of Yester).
     Margaret Gifford married Sir Robert Boyd, son of Sir Thomas Boyd.
     Margaret Gifford married Sir William Cunningham as her second husband..

Child of Margaret Gifford and Sir Robert Boyd

Edward Gilbert

(16 February 1724 - )
     Edward Gilbert was christened on 16 February 1724 in St Pancras, Soper Lane, London. He was the son of William Gilbert and Elizabeth Silvester.

Elizabeth Gilbert

(before 1615 - )
     Elizabeth Gilbert was born before 1615.
     Elizabeth Gilbert married William Rich, son of William Rich and Elizabeth Alline, on 4 June 1629 in Worksop, Nottinghamshire. The marriage was also recorded at Wellow..
     Elizabeth Gilbert married William Rich, son of Brian Rich and Ann Raine, on 4 June 1629 in St Mary (Priory), Worksop, Nottinghamshire. Which William did she marry?.

Elizabeth Gilbert

     Elizabeth Gilbert married Charles Trull, son of Laurence Trull and Sarah Jay, on 26 September 1762 in St Edmund, Norwich, Norfolk. Charles Trull, of this parish, singleman and Elizabeth Gilbert of the parish St Augustine's, singlewoman, were married in this church by licence. Both signed in the presence of Elizabeth Trull? & Richard Gilbert & Mary Higgins.

Elizabeth Gilbert

(6 February 1706 - )
     Elizabeth Gilbert was christened on 6 February 1706 in St Lawrence Pountney, London. She was the daughter of Thomas Gilbert and Sarah Silvester.
     Elizabeth Gilbert and Sarah Silvester, Elizabeth Silvester, Edward Silvester, William Silvester, Hannah Silvester, Thomas Silvester, Rebecca Silvester, Mary Gilbert and Sarah Gilbert were beneficiaries in Thomas Silvester's will dated 28 February 1710 in London.

Hannah Gilbert

(10 June 1714 - )
     Hannah Gilbert was christened on 10 June 1714 in St Lawrence Pountney, London. She was the daughter of Thomas Gilbert and Sarah Silvester.

Mary Gilbert

(10 December 1708 - )
     Mary Gilbert was christened on 10 December 1708 in St Lawrence Pountney, London. She was the daughter of Thomas Gilbert and Sarah Silvester.
     Mary Gilbert and Sarah Silvester, Elizabeth Silvester, Edward Silvester, William Silvester, Hannah Silvester, Thomas Silvester, Rebecca Silvester, Elizabeth Gilbert and Sarah Gilbert were beneficiaries in Thomas Silvester's will dated 28 February 1710 in London.
     Mary Gilbert married Dr Thomas Reeve on 8 November 1740 in St Olave, Hart St, London. They are mentioned in the 1741 will of William Silvester.

Child of Mary Gilbert and Dr Thomas Reeve

Sarah Gilbert

(15 April 1719 - )
     Sarah Gilbert was christened on 15 April 1719 in St Pancras, Soper Lane, London. She was the daughter of William Gilbert and Elizabeth Silvester.

Sarah Gilbert

(20 December 1709 - before 31 October 1710)
     Sarah Gilbert was christened on 20 December 1709 in St Lawrence Pountney, London. She was the daughter of Thomas Gilbert and Sarah Silvester.
     Sarah Gilbert and Sarah Silvester, Elizabeth Silvester, Edward Silvester, William Silvester, Hannah Silvester, Thomas Silvester, Rebecca Silvester, Elizabeth Gilbert and Mary Gilbert were beneficiaries in Thomas Silvester's will dated 28 February 1710 in London.
     Sarah died before 31 October 1710. Her grandfather added a codicil to his will stating that she had died since his will was made in Feb 1709. She was mentioned in a codicil to the will of Thomas Silvester on 31 October 1710.

Sarah Gilbert

(1 November 1705 - before 1709)
     Sarah Gilbert was christened on 1 November 1705 in St Lawrence Pountney, London. She was the daughter of Thomas Gilbert and Sarah Silvester.
     Sarah died before 1709.

Thomas Gilbert

     Thomas Gilbert married Sarah Silvester, daughter of Thomas Silvester and Sarah Clay, before 1705.
     Thomas Gilbert was mentioned in the will of John Silvester dated 5 January 1719/20.
     In Thomas Silvester's will dated 7 April 1727 in the Tower of London, Thomas Gilbert was named as heir; His will left £2000 his mother Sarah Silvester, he leaves bequests (£200) to his brother William Silvester & his sisters Hannah Silvester, Elizabeth Gilbert Wife of William Gilbert of Pancras Lane London, his brother in law Mr Thomas Gilbert of Thames Street London. Smaller bequests (£100) were given to his cousin Sarah Turner of the Tower of London Spinster, his cousin Anne Clay of the Tower of London Spinster, [his later brother in law] Mr William Berrisford Mariner now belonging to the good ship the Princess of Wales in the service of the East India Company and friend Mr Thomas Harrison of the parish of St. Botolph Aldgate linen draper and £50 to Mr Robert East of the parish of St. Olave Hart Street London now apprentice to Mr Plant Wine Merchant when he turned 21.
He also gave to his brother William Silvester £100 in trust to place the same out at interest or otherwise improve the same on parliamentary security to pay quarterly to his Uncle Hezekiah Clay and Mary his wife.
He also gave £100 to share between his mother and brother William along with the residue of the estate and appointed them executors.
Signed, and witnessed by Edwd Short Jno. Travis Alex. Bolton Clerke to Mr Brent.

Children of Thomas Gilbert and Sarah Silvester

Thomas Gilbert

(7 December 1707 - before 1709)
     Thomas Gilbert was christened on 7 December 1707 in St Lawrence Pountney, London. He was the son of Thomas Gilbert and Sarah Silvester.
     Thomas died before 1709. He was not mentioned in his grandfather's will..

Thomas Gilbert

(14 March 1718 - )
     Thomas Gilbert was christened on 14 March 1718 in St Pancras, Soper Lane, London. He was the son of William Gilbert and Elizabeth Silvester.

Thomas Gilbert

(25 August 1712 - )
     Thomas Gilbert was christened on 25 August 1712 in St Lawrence Pountney, London. He was the son of Thomas Gilbert and Sarah Silvester.

Wiilliam Gilbert

(2 January 1717 - )
     Wiilliam Gilbert was christened on 2 January 1717 in St Pancras, Soper Lane, London. He was the son of William Gilbert and Elizabeth Silvester.

William Gilbert

     William Gilbert married Elizabeth Silvester, daughter of Thomas Silvester and Sarah Clay, before 1717.
     William Gilbert lived at Pancras Lane, London, 1727.
     William Gilbert was mentioned in the will of Thomas Silvester dated 7 April 1727.

Children of William Gilbert and Elizabeth Silvester

Sarah Gilberthorp

     Sarah Gilberthorp was also known as Sarah Gilberthorp in records.
     Sarah Gilberthorp married James Rich on 31 May 1763 in Tickhill, Yorkshire.

Bridget Gilby

(circa 1705 - 1779)
     Bridget Gilby was born circa 1705.
     Bridget Gilby married Robert Fretwell on 4 June 1726 in Retford, Nottinghamshire.
     Bridget died in 1779 in Everton?, Nottinghamshire.

Children of Bridget Gilby and Robert Fretwell

George Gilby

(circa 1630 - 1686)
     George Gilby was born circa 1630 in Belton, Lincolnshire.
     Dr J Lloyd states that he was a Belton yeoman and grocer and receiver of half the tithe income of Belton parish when he died in 1686.
     George Gilby married Elizabeth Ryther, daughter of Robert Ryther and Eleanor Browne, on 4 December 1671 in Belton, LIN. Georg Gilbie & Mrs Elizabeth Elwick. She is probably the mother of William Gylby of the Close, Lincolnshire, who was one of 7 parties to the 1740 indenture re Sewell Hall for the settling of all controversies.
     George died in 1686 in Belton, LIN.

Eleanor Stanser Miller Giles

(11 October 1844 - June 1865)
     Eleanor Stanser Miller Giles's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1844 in Portsea Island RD, Hampshire. She was christened on 11 October 1844 in Southsea, Portsmouth, Hampshire. She was the daughter of John Cooper Giles and Sarah Stewart Stanser. Eleanor was listed as the daughter of John Cooper Giles in the 1851 census in 25 Edith Villas, Fulham, London. Eleanor was listed as the daughter of John Cooper Giles in the 1861 census in Fulham, London . John C Giles, 57, Master RN, born Plymouth, Devon; his wife Sarah S Giles, aged 56, born Halifax, Nova Scotia; and daughter Elenaor S M Giles, unmarried, 16, born Portsmouth, Hampshire and a house servant.
     Eleanor's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1865 in Kensington RD, Middlesex.

George Giles

     George Giles married Bridget Norton Weston on 15 November 1859 in Canwick, Lincolnshire, England.

Jane Giles

(before 1785 - )
     Jane Giles was born before 1785.
     Jane Giles married John Ruby on 23 August 1803 in Devonport, Stoke Damerel, Devon.

Child of Jane Giles and John Ruby

John Cooper Giles

(circa 1803 - June 1870)
     John Cooper Giles was born circa 1803 in Plymouth, Devon.
     John Cooper Giles married Sarah Stewart Stanser, daughter of Bishop Robert Stanser and Mary Aust, on 15 August 1834 in All Saints, Fulham, London. John Cooper Giles of the parish of St Clement Danes & Sarah Stewaret Stanser of bland?, were married by licence 15 August 1834. Both signed, in the presence of James McNair, Lt Col. 73rd Regiment and Eleanor McNair and Hannah Stanser.
     John Cooper Giles and Sarah Stewart Stanser were recorded on the 1851 census in 25 Edith Villas, Fulham, London. John C Giles,48, Master R N Admiralty, HM Ship Fitgard?, Plymouth, Devon, his wife Sarah S Giles, 46, born Halifax, Nova Scotia, Eleanor S M Giles, daughter, 6, born Portsmouth, Hampshire.
     John Cooper Giles and Sarah Stewart Stanser appeared on the 1861 census in Fulham, London . John C Giles, 57, Master RN, born Plymouth, Devon; his wife Sarah S Giles, aged 56, born Halifax, Nova Scotia; and daughter Elenaor S M Giles, unmarried, 16, born Portsmouth, Hampshire and a house servant.
     John's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1870 in Kensington RD, Middlesex.

Child of John Cooper Giles and Sarah Stewart Stanser

Ann Gillan

(circa 1845 - 1888)
     Ann Gillan was born circa 1845.
     Ann Gillan married Cosmo Tindal, son of Thomas Tindal and Jane Bain, in 1870 in Elgin, Moray.
     Ann died in 1888 in Elgin, Moray.

Children of Ann Gillan and Cosmo Tindal

Alfred Morgan Gillham

(15 March 1830 - September 1892)
     Alfred Morgan Gillham was born on 15 March 1830 in Romford, Essex. He was the 8th son of Charles & Mary(nee Morgan) Gillham , wine & brandy merchant. They were an Anglo-Indian family centred in Madras with naval connections. He was christened on 9 April 1830 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich, Kent.
     Alfred Morgan Gillham appeared on the 1891 census in Bournemouth, Hampshire. George F G Gillham, 43 Sarah A Gillham 40, Rose Gillham 64, Alfred M Gillham 60, widower, cousin, secretary to public institution, born Romford; Lizzie Kimber 25, Alice Kimber 18.
     Alfred Morgan Gillham married thirdly Mary Ann Hooper on 18 July 1891 in St Mary, Islington, London. He had married Emma Barkworth Hawkes on 3 April 1852 when a clerk on the railway, living at 33 Wellington St at St Mattew, Bethnal Green. His father was a store keeper inthe Artillery. They had Helen Flora Gillham, baptised 28 Jan 1853 at St Thomas, Stepney. He next married on 25 Apr 1871 Blanche Campbell Valentine at St Thomas, Stepney. He was described as a gent of Stepney and his father as an officer in the Royal Artillery.
     Alfred's death was registered in the quarter ending in September 1892 in Islington RD, Middlesex.