Clement-Jones family - Person Sheet
Clement-Jones family - Person Sheet
NameRev Denzil John Holt IBBETSON, 9966
Birth1823, Beckenham Kent
Death1871, Adelaide, South Australia
Birth1824, Beckenham Kent
FatherDenzil IBBETSON , 9943 (1785-1857)
MotherMartha KAY , 9949 (1793-1844)
Spouses
Birth1825, St Vincent West Indies
MarriageMay 1846, Bromley, Kent
ChildrenDenzil Charles Jelf , 1679 (1847-1908)
 Clarissa M , 9969
 William J , 1678 (1861-)
 Charlotte , 15391 (1786-1851)
Notes for Rev Denzil John Holt IBBETSON
Civil engineer and clergyman. Employed in the construction of the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway. Afterwards Vicar of St Johns Adelaide.

Denzil John Holt Ibbetson was a sketcher, civil engineer and clergyman. He came to South Australia to work as a civil engineer in the copper mines. In 1863 Ibbetson was a judge of the paintings at the South Australian Society of Arts Seventh Annual Exhibition

Denzil John Holt Ibbetson was a sketcher, civil engineer and clergyman. He came to South Australia to work as a civil engineer in the copper mines. In 1863 Ibbetson was a judge of the paintings at the South Australian Society of Arts Seventh Annual Exhibition (Adelaide).

From http://trove.nla.gov.au/people/1487051?c=people

With his wife, Clarissa Elizabeth, née Guilding, and their young son, Denzil Charles Jelf, Ibbetson came to South Australia to work as a civil engineer in the copper mines. Later he was ordained a minister of the Church of England and appointed to the parish of St John, Adelaide. A lithograph, Proposed Church of St. Saviour, Redruth [Burra Burra], South Australia, Looking in the Direction of the Burra Burra Mine , published in London by Day & Son after Ibbetson’s drawing, combines both professional interests. This is an extremely competent work with marked skill in architectural draughtsmanship. Its quality doubtless owes something to its English lithographer but no drawings by Ibbetson are known for comparison. In December 1863 Ibbetson was a judge of the paintings in the South Australian Society of Arts’ seventh annual exhibition. He delivered a lecture on the subject of 'Natural Magic’ to the Norwood Young Men’s Association in 1864. The Miss Ibbetson who won the prize for the best animal picture executed by artists born in the colony at the South Australian Society of Arts’ 1869 exhibition appears to be a daughter, except that the sole Ibbetson daughter listed by Statton, Margaret Emily, would then have been only six. ...
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