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William Gilbank

(b. Oct. 31, 1740, York, Yorkshire, England – d. 1807, Westminster, London )

Gender: M

The Reverend William Gilbank (1740-1807) was Rector of St Ethelburga, London from 1775- 3 Jan 1807. He acted as tutor to Matthew Montagu and Domestic Chaplain to the Duke of Gloucester, 1781-1807 and was the author of The Scripture history of Abraham; The day of Pentecost, a poem and a collection of Sermons.

Also known as:

  • William Gilbank
  • Reverend Gilbank

Mentioned in 20 letters

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