BUSHROD RICE and GARDNER WINSLOW, sons of William Gibson, were both physicians. The former died at Pomfret, Vt., many years since; the latter entered the army as an officer, and was killed at Cold Harbor.
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Of the children of Winslow Gibson, OTIS is a missionary at Fuh Chau in China; HENRY graduated at the New York Medical College and went to China, where he died; GARDNER, clergyman, resides at Moira, N. Y.; FRANKLIN, clergyman, died in Connecticut.
LIzZIE and MARY W. F., daughters of Willard P. Gibson, made literature a profession. The latter has for several years past resided in Europe, where, besides publishing several books, she has contributed much both of prose and poetry to the magazines.