Noted events in her life were:
• Deed: sale to Poythress, 1721, Prince George County, VA. "Prince George Co. Wills & Deeds 1713-28, p. 508, deed of Hubberb Gibson and his wife Mary, and their son Edward, to Peter Poythress, 11 Dec 1721" '97 Dorman, John Frederick, Ancestors and Descendants of Francis Epes I of Virginia, p. 204.
John Poythress (3), son of Francis Poythress (2). At the time of the 1704 rent roll he is listed with 916 acres and styled 'John Poythress, Jun.' On 23 October 1703 he was granted 609 acres on the south side of the Blackwater, formerly granted to Francis Poythress 28 September 1681. On 11 December 1721 Hubbard Gibson sold to Peter Poythress 200 acres on the Blackwater, part of a tract granted unto John Poythress, son of the deceased Francis Poythress, which 200 acres sd. John Poythress sold said Gibson 11 December 1704, sd. land borders on land sold to John Poythress by Hercules Flood. On 28 November 1720 Francis Poythress, the elder, deeded to John Poythress, Jun., a tract of land called Powells, 150 acres bounded on north by Richard Bland, south on lands lately in occupation of Joseph Patterson, easterly on Deep Bottom and on the west by Thomas Poythress. The will of John Poythress is undated but was probated in Prince George in May, 1724.
Mary married Hubbard GIBSON, son of possibly Thomas (or Peter) GIBSON and Elizabeth CHAVIS. (Hubbard GIBSON was born about 1670.)