1328. Deacon Timothy Gibson
Sr. was born about 1679 in Cambridge, MA.
(4) He died on Jul 14 1757 in Stow, MA.
From Swett-Allen, pg. 114:
"Capt. Timothy Gibson of Sudbury, Groton, and Stow, Ma., and Henniker, N.H., son of Deacon Timothy and Rebecca (Gates) Gibson, born in Stow on January 20, 1702/3; died in Henniker on January 18, 1782; married on December 29, 1725, Persis Rice, granddaughter of Joseph Rice and great granddaughter of Dea. Edmund Rice, the English Pioneer in Sudbury in 1639. He was a prominent person in Stow, selectman 1734, 1735, 1736, and 1739, constable 1745 and probably holder of some military office as he was always called Capt. Gibson. Like his father, he was an active member of First church. Early in 1774 when over seventy years old, Capt. Gibson removed to Henniker, N.H. His patriotic and beneficial influence was felt in the neighborhood, and until his death he rendered service to the revolutionary struggle, especially by pecuniary aid; he was among the fifty signers of the "association test" called for by resolution of the Continental congress of March 14, 1776."
He was married to Rebecca Gates on Nov 17 1700 in Concord, MA. (4)
Gates was born on Jul 23 1682 in Marlboro, MA. She died on Jan 21 1754
in Stow, MA. Children were:
664 i. Capt. Timothy Gibson Jr..
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