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Edgar Gibson
Bishop of Gloucester
Edgar Gibson Bishop of Gloucester.jpg
ProvinceCanterbury
DioceseGloucester
Personal details
Born(1848-01-23)23 January 1848
Fawley, Hampshire, England
Died8 March 1924(1924-03-08) (aged 76)
Fareham, England
NationalityEnglish
DenominationAnglican
Alma materCharterhouse
Trinity College, Oxford

Edgar Charles Sumner Gibson (23 January 1848, Fawley, Hampshire, England - 8 March 1924, Fareham) was the 31st Bishop of Gloucester.[1] He was born into a clerical family. His father was a clergyman and his son Theodore Sumner Gibson was a long serving Bishop in two South African Dioceses. He was educated at Charterhouse and Trinity College, Oxford.[2] Ordained in 1872, his first post was as Chaplain at Wells Theological College, rising to Vice Principal in 1875.[3] His next post was as principal of Leeds Clergy School and he later became Rural Dean of the area and Vicar of Leeds Parish Church.

He was appointed an Honorary Chaplain to Queen Victoria in early January 1901.[4]

In 1905 he was elevated to the episcopate where he remained until his death 19 years later.

His obituary in The Times noted that, "[h]e was an administrator and organizer of remarkable grasp and distinction[5]".

Family

Gibson was born at Fawley, near Southampton,[6] to William Gibson (1804-1862), Rector of Fawley,[6] and Louisanna Sumner (1817-1899), who had a total of 11 children:

Gibson's father had previously been married to Eliza Maria Sumner (1808-1836), by whom he had two children:

Gibson's father's wives were first cousins: Eliza Maria Sumner was the daughter of John Bird Sumner, Archbishop of Canterbury (1848-1862), and Louisanna Sumner's father was Charles Richard Sumner (1790-1874), who served as Bishop of Llandaff (1826-1827) and Bishop of Winchester (1827–1868).

Written works

References

  1. ^ The Times, Friday, Jun 02, 1905; pg. 4; Issue 37723; col D Consecration Of Bishop of Gloucester
  2. ^ "Who was Who" 1897-1990 London, A & C Black, 1991 ISBN 0-7136-3457-X
  3. ^ Malden Richard (ed) (1920). Crockford's Clerical Directory for 1920 (51st edn). London: The Field Press. p. 578.
  4. ^ "No. 27263". The London Gazette. 4 January 1901. p. 81.
  5. ^ The Times, Monday, Mar 10, 1924; p. 18; Issue 43596; col B Bishop Gibson. Scholar And Organizer Obituary
  6. ^ a b rev-william-gibson.co.uk – the genealogy associated with Reverend William Gibson 1804-1862

External links

Church of England titles
Preceded by
Charles Ellicott
Bishop of Gloucester
1905 – 1924
Succeeded by
Arthur Headlam
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