Gibbs, Thomas

Surgeon who was a passenger on board the Edward Lombe when it was wrecked entering Sydney Harbour on 25 August 1834. He and the ship's second mate George Norman were killed when trying to fix a line from the boat to the shore at Middle Head during the storm. His body was found floating between the Heads. He was formally identified by the ship's first mate Thomas Marshall at an inquest on 6 September. 

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Died
25 Aug 1834
Buried
06 Sep 1834
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Gibbes, Thomas
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Mar 1834 - 25 Aug 1834