by J Munro

Isabella Gibbons, female, a prominent individual in the Charlottesville community. Spouse of William Gibbons (P44626). Isabella was owned by Prof. Francis H. Smith (P43721) from 1853-1863, the latter of whom lived with his family in Pavilions VI (PL8458) (from 1854 to 1859) and V (from 1859 to 1928) (PL8454). As part of the household, Isabella worked in the kitchens of Pavilion VI and then V until 1863. 
New residence at UVA, Gibbons House, named for Isabella and William Gibbons, dedicated June 2015.
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"Slavery" Pamphlet=NOT YET DIGITIZED
2. Library Call Numbers/Bibliographic Records
"Slavery at the University of Virginia: Visitor's Guide." 2013. Special Collections, University of Virginia Library. Call Number: LD5679.S53 2013
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