GIBBONS, WILLIAM
    by Julia Munro

JUEL ID/KEY:  P44626
William Gibbons, male, a prominent individual in the Charlottesville community. Spouse of Isabella Gibbons (P44625). William was employed by Prof. William McGuffey (P43668), who lived in Pavilion IX (PL8470) from 1845 to 1873, and was owned by Henry Howard (P43670).
 
FURTHER INFORMATION
New residence at UVA, Gibbons House, named for Isabella and William Gibbons, dedicated June 2015.
 
PRIMARY SOURCE INFORMATION  
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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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