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Hibbitt Family
I need some HELP!
I am related way, way back to the Hibbitt Family of Exton, Rutland. In particular, if you follow the line through Luke Hibbitt (1835 to 1925) and Sarah Ann Rudkin, (Luke was my great, great Grandfather), going back through to Luke Hibbitt (1806 to 1894) and Ann Rudkin, back further to Luke Hibbitt (1776 to 1830) and Ann Tyler, back even further to Luke Hibbitt (1744 to 1798) and Elizabeth Newman, and finally to John Hybot (1690 to 1763) and Ann Tubbs.

My father is John ArthurHibbitt (1932), his father (my grandfather) was John Cecil Hibbitt, whose father in turn, (my great grandfather) was John Thomas Hibbitt (1868), and his father being Luke Hibbitt (1835 to 1925, my great, great grandfather), the line then follows allthe way through back to John Hybot and Ann Tubbs as above. John Hybot married twice more, in fact Ann Tubbs was his third wife.

He first married Sarah Peeregood in 1712, and had three children, she died in 1719. Anyone have any information on this marriage and family line up to the present?

Then he married Mary Bottom in 1720 and had three, possibly four children, again has anyone got any information on this marriage and family line up to the present?

I know that the Hibbitt and Rudkin family...


Posted: 2003
Edith Weston, Rutland

 



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