George KNIBBS, son of John Francis KNIBBS and Cecelia NORTH , was born bet. January and March, 1886 in Askam-in-Furness, Lancashire, England. He married Ethel WHITTAKER bet. January and March, 1908 in Ulverston District, Lancashire, England. He died bet. January and March, 1954 in Ulverston District, Lancashire, England. Ethel WHITTAKER was born abt. 1888 in Kirkby, Lancashire, England. She died 06 July 1958 in Ulverston District, Lancashire, England.


Children of George KNIBBS and Ethel WHITTAKER are:
1. John Francis KNIBBS, b. 20 May 1908 See John Francis KNIBBS & Annie COARD
2. Mamie Irene KNIBBS, b. bet. April and June, 1913 See Thomas R BLEZARD & Mamie Irene KNIBBS
3. Cecilia KNIBBS, b. 02 February 1916 See James GREAVES & Cecilia KNIBBS
4. George Albert KNIBBS, b. bet. April and June, 1920
5. Harold KNIBBS, b. bet. January and March, 1922 See Harold KNIBBS & Daisy STEVENSON
6. Ronald KNIBBS, b. bet. October and December, 1927 See Ronald KNIBBS & Stella METCALFE
7. Edith Eleanor KNIBBS, b. bet. October and December, 1929 See Ronald HELM & Edith Eleanor KNIBBS
8. Norman Eric KNIBBS, b. bet. October and December, 1931 See Norman Eric KNIBBS & Hilda M SEWARD

Marriage Notes for George KNIBBS\Ethel WHITTAKER:


Notes for George KNIBBS:

From Soulby's Ulverston Advertiser and General Intelligencer - 20 May 1897:
PRECOCIOUS BOYS.
Charles J. Fleet, 8; Wm. Holmes, 8, and Geo. Knibbe, 11, were charged with breaking into hencotes at Askam, on the night of the 10th, and stealing 30 eggs, the property of Jonathan Dixon, grocer, Askam.
Prosecutor said he saw the six cotes safely locked at noon on the 10th; on the 11th he went to gather the eggs, when he found the whole of the cotes had been broken open, considerable damage having been done, and the whole of the eggs taken away.
Richard Sykes, a youth, was in Mr. Dixon's employ. Went to feed the hens on the 11th, and saw the three boys in the field. Nibbs said they were going to steal eggs. He saw them tearing the boards out of one cote, and go inside. Nibbs brought out some eggs. and they began sucking them. He went and told Mr. Dixon.
P.S. Lings apprehended the lads, and on charging them they admitted the offence. He recovered 24 eggs.
Prisoners pleaded guilty, and they were discharged under the First Offenders' Act. the Bench hoping the parents would punish them.. The parents were bound over In sums, of £5 for twelve months.

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In 1911, we can see Geoirge's wife Ethel living with her family at Dale St Askam, Dalton in Furness, Lancashire:
John Atkinson Head 41 Married Miner Iron Ore Kirkby Lancashire
Susannah Atkinson Wife 43 Kirkby Lancashire
Tom Atkinson Son 17 Miner Iron Ore Kirkby Lancashire
Harold Atkinson Son 15 Kirkby Lancashire
Albert Atkinson Son 9 Kirkby Lancashire
John Atkinson Son 6 Kirkby Lancashire
Eleanor Ann Atkinson Daughter 3 Askam Lancs
Ethel Knibbs Step Daughter 23 Married Kirkby Lancs
John F Knibbs Grand Son 3 Askam Lancs

I'm not sure where George was at the time.

Sources for George KNIBBS:

  1. 1901 British Census,
  2. GRO England & Wales,
  3. Ancestry.com, England & Wales, Death Index: 1837-1983 

Notes for Ethel WHITTAKER:

Knibbs Etrhel of 13 Lord-street Askam-in-Furness Lancashire widow died 6 July 1958 Adminmistration Carlisle 29 July to John Francis Knibbs maintenance worker and Ronald Knibbs joiners assistant. Effects £1010 12s. 4d.

Sources for Ethel WHITTAKER:

  1. 1911 British Census,
  2. GRO England & Wales,
  3. Ancestry.com. - England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966,

Notes for George Albert KNIBBS:

George died aged 11 months and is buried at Ireleth With Askam, St Peter, Lancashire.

Sources for George Albert KNIBBS:

  1. FreeBMD,
  2. National Burial Index,
  3. Parish Burial Records, GRU,