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Gibb, Johnlocked

(d. 1720?)
  • John Callow


Gibb, John (d. 1720?), founder of the Sweet Singers or Gibbite sect, was born and raised in Borrowstounness (modern day Bo'ness) in Linlithgowshire, Scotland. There he learned to sail, and was in time appointed to be the purser and master of the merchantman ...

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J. H. Burton & others, eds., (1877–1970)