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Spelling variations include: Gibb, Gibbe, Gibbs, Gibbes and others.
First found in Invernessshire where they held a family seat from very early times.
Some of the first settlers of this name or some of its variants were: Andrew Gibb, who joined the "Gardiners," who bought Long Island from the native North Americans., in 1655, James Gibb, who came to Maryland in 1674, John Gibb, who arrived in East New Jersey in 1685, Alexander Gibb, who came to Maryland in 1730, Robert Gibbes was elected Governor of South Carolina in 1709, as well as Abraham Gibbs, a Jacobite loytalist sold into slavery in Maryland in 1760.
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