1732 in County Cork, Ireland, was the son of Robert and Isabelle
He came to America with his parents before 1743 and lived in Augusta
VA. He was a Lieutenant in the French and Indian War.
volume in the Virginia State Library referred to as "War Four" which
a list of the names of soldiers of the Virginia State Line on
establishment who received certificates for the balance of their full
in accordance with the Act of General Assembly of Virginia passed at
1781 session on page 40 there appears the name of George Gibson. The
shows that George Gibson was a Major of Infantry and that on April 16,
1785 there was paid to him a certificate for 69.00 balance due him on
of his services in the Revolutionary War.
About 1776, he
Elizabeth Smith, b. 1758, d. March 2, 1826, d/o Zachariah Smith of
In the will of
Gibson filed in Lee Co., VA on 1 October 1818, he mentions: His wife,
daughters, Elizabeth Gibson, Isabella Campbell and Rachael Click and
(Peggy) Gibson. Sons: Robert, Zachariah S., George, Matthew, James,
and John Gibson. Sons: Matthew and James Gibson, Executors. Will
by: Josh Ewing, John L. Hardin and William Saylor.
The will of
Smith was recorded in Will Book 7, page 63, Augusta Co., VA, April 16,
1788. In the will he mentions, son, Matthew, granddaughter Sarah and
Elizabeth Gibson. Mentions his sons-in-law but gives no names.
Son, Matthew Gibson and Zachariah Johnston. Proved by: Margaret
and Ann Johnston.
George Gibson furnished by Mrs. Ross Stickley of Rose Hill, VA:
b. 1777, m. John Campbell, moved to Arkansas in 1840.
b. February 22, 1779, d. August 29, 1835, m. April 2, 1812 to Ruth
b. October 3, 1790, d. September 10, 1855. They lived near Shawnee, TN
and had an iron foundry.
Gibson, b. 1782, d. November 12, 1842, m. October 27, 1808 Augusta Co.,
VA to Ann Johnston, b. April 16, 1792, d. 1839, d/o Lt. James Johnston
of Augusta Co., VA.
b. 1793, d. 1866, m. a Cleck, d. in Buchanan Co., MO.
d. July 27, 1866, m. Hannah Proctor, d. October 23, 1870 in Buchanan
Gibson, no dates, m. Jemima Desing Lane, Buchanan Co., MO.
 William D.
m. Margaret Johnston of Manchester Co., KY. Moved to Texas.
Gibson, was captured by the Indians when quite small and an old Squaw
him for her son that had died or was killed. His parents tried to find
him. He was gone many years, in fact, was full grown when he was found,
then was only identified by a birth mark. His father, Major George
gave a horse and money as ransom to get him back. He never did get used
to the white way of living. They would find him outside the door
- not coming in. He would go back to the Indians and stay with them for
awhile and then return home.
m. a Miss Hobbs, moved to Buchanan Co., MO.
b. 1792, d. July 15, 1877, m. in 1822 to Robert Crockett, b. 1769, d.
Gibson, m. Harold Miller.