Month: December 2017

Origins of Gilbert as a Surname in Devon


The name ‘William Gilbert’ arises from the mists of Dartmoor, a place I’d visited once – before I even knew it was likely the land from which the Gilbert surname originated. I was visiting friends in nearby Tavistock, back in 1999, and they took… Continue Reading “Origins of Gilbert as a Surname in Devon”

Beginning the Quest for the First Gilbert


Coni’s previous work on the patrilineage of the Gilbert family makes my job a lot easier as I search for our most ancient ancestors. Her work has solidly identified the 15 generations of Gilberts who ascend from my children through Thomas Gilbert, the first… Continue Reading “Beginning the Quest for the First Gilbert”

WELCOME to our blog: NEW Author – John Gilbert


WELCOME JOHN!!! So glad to have you on board~ I am so thrilled to be adding my cousin John Gilbert to our blog as our NEWEST BLOG AUTHOR~ He descends on my maternal side and will be working on the Gilbert side for all… Continue Reading “WELCOME to our blog: NEW Author – John Gilbert”

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