Thomas KNIBBS, son of Francis KNIBBS and Avis BATES , was born bef. 28 May 1770. He married Hannah WELLS 05 August 1790 in Oxford, Oxfordshire, England. He died UNKNOWN. Hannah WELLS was born abt. 1758. She died bef. 04 March 1831.


Children of Thomas KNIBBS and Hannah WELLS are:
1. John Wells KNIBBS, b. bef. 02 October 1791
2. Francis KNIBBS, b. bef. 08 September 1793 See Francis KNIBBS & Mary Ann SODEN OR Francis KNIBBS & Ann UNKNOWN
3. George KNIBBS, b. bef. 18 May 1796

Marriage Notes for Thomas KNIBBS\Hannah WELLS:

Hannah & Thomas were married at Oxford All Saints, Oxfordshire, England

Witnesses to the marriage were Hugh Freeman and Thomas Eaton


Notes for Thomas KNIBBS:


Universal British Directory, 1791
lists Thomas Knibbs.
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I believe it was this Thomas Knibbs referred to in Jackson's Oxford journal on 16th February, 1810:
Notice to Debtors and Creditors.
Thomas Knibbs, of Deddington, in the county of Oxford, girth web weaver, having, by indentures bearing date the Fifth and Sixth days of February, 1810, assigned and conveyed his estate of Effects to Edward Grimmet, of Sibford, in the said county of Oxford, yarn manufacturer, and Edward Hatten, of Deddington, aforesaid, innkeeper, in Trust for the benefit of themselves, and others, the Creditors of the said Thomas Knibbs, Notice is hereby given, That the Deeds are left at the office of Messrs. Churchill and Field, solicitors,
Deddington, Oxon, for the signature and such of the Creditors as will execute the same within one month from the date thereof, and accept the amount of the estate and Effects, in proportion to the discharge of their respective debts; and such of the Creditors as shall neglect to execute the same Deeds, within the above time, will be excluded al benefit thereof.
All persons indebted to the said Thomas Knibbs are desired to pay their respective debts to one of the
Trustees, or to Messrs, Churchill and Field, Forthwith.
16th February, 1810


Sources for Thomas KNIBBS:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Deddington,
  2. Universal British Directroy of Trade, Commerce and Manufactory, Vol.2. Published 1791-6 by Jack Steer,

Notes for Hannah WELLS:

Hannah was buried on 4 March 1831, aged 73 years.

Sources for Hannah WELLS:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Deddington,

Notes for John Wells KNIBBS:

Sources for John Wells KNIBBS:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Deddington,
  2. Ancestry.com - England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975 ,

Notes for George KNIBBS:

George was buried on 22 January 1811, aged 14 years

Sources for George KNIBBS:

  1. Oxfordshire Parish Register - Deddington,