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Benjamin Phelps Gibbon (1802—1851) engraver

Carroll Gibbons (1903—1954) bandleader and pianist

Charles Gibbon (1843—1890) novelist

Charles Gibbon (fl. c. 1579—1614) writer

Christopher Gibbons (1615—1676) organist and composer

Christopher H. Gibbons

David W. Gibbons

Edward Gibbon (1737—1794) historian

Edward Gibbon Wakefield (1796—1862) promoter of colonization

Edward Gibbons (c. 1568—1645) musician

(Edward) Stanley Gibbons (1840—1913) postage stamp dealer

Enoch Robert Gibbon Salisbury (1819—1890) barrister and book collector

Euell Gibbons

Gail Gibbons (b. 1944)

Gibbons Bagnall (1719—1800) Church of England clergyman and poet

Gibbons Ruark (b. 1941)

Gibbons v. Ogden

Grinling Gibbons (1648—1721) woodcarver and sculptor

James Cardinal Gibbons (1834—1921)

James Gibbons Huneker (1857—1921)

James Sloan Gibbons (1810—1892)

John FitzGibbon (1748—1802) lord chancellor of Ireland

John Gibbon (1827—1896)

John Gibbon (1629—1718) herald

John Gibbons (1544—1589) Jesuit

John Gibbons

Lewis Grassic Gibbon (1901—1935) Scottish writer

Martha Blechar Gibbons

Nicholas Gibbon (1605—1697) Church of England clergyman


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