NameJohn GIBSON , GGGG Uncle
Birth1773, Slains, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Death4 Feb 1859, Braehead, Cruden, Aberdeenshire
OccupationFarmer
FatherGeorge GIBSON (1730-)
MotherChristian ARTHUR (1731-)
Spouses
Birthabt 1780, Cruden, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Notes for John GIBSON
Name and birth year from Christopher Rack.

In the 1851 census of Scotland Braehead, Cruden, Aberdeenshire
Head John Gibson, age 77, farmer of 112 acres employing labourers, born Slains, Aberdeenshire.
Wife Jane Gibson, age 71, farmer’s wife, born Cruden, Aberdeenshire.
Son George Gibson, age 42, farmer’s son, born Slains, Aberdeenshire.
Daughter Jame Gibson, age 37, farmer’s daughter, born Slains.
Daughter Clementia Gibson, age 35, farmer’s daughter, born Slains.
Son John Gibson, age 33, farmer’s son, born Slains.
Granddaughter Jane Hutton, scholar, age 12, born Cruden.
3 farmer’s servants and 1 house servant

Deaths in the Parish of Cruden in the County of Aberdeen
John Gibson, farmer, married, died 4 P.M. February 4, 1859 at Braehead, Cruden, age 85, father George Gibson, farmer (deceased), mother Christian Gibson maiden name Arthur (deceased), died of old age and or irregularity of the bowels a long time as certified by George Will Surgeon who saw the deceased 15th January, buried St. Assis Churchyard as certified by John Mathew, undertaker, informant son John Gibson
Notes for Jean (Spouse 1)
Name from Christopher Rack.

In the 1861 Scotland census, Braehead, Cruden Aberdeenshire.
Head George Gibson, age 52, farmer of 152 acres employing labourers, born Slains, Aberdeenshire.
Brother John Gibson, age 42, farmer’s brother, born Slains.
Mother Jane Gibson, age 80, widow of farmer, born Cruden, Aberdeenshire.
Sister Jane Gibson, age 47, farmer’s sister, born Slains.
Niece Jane Futton [could it be Hutton], age 21, domestic servant, born Cruden.
Niece Margaret Futton, age 20, domestic servant, born Cruden.
2 ploughmen and 2 cattlemen.
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