1892 Jul 23. Born Enniskillen, Fermanagh
1901 census at Templeshelin ,Barronstown, Wexford
Educated at Drogheda Grammar School, and Trinity College, Dublin.
1912 Feb 10. Arrives in USA at Portland, Maine. He is a bank clerk, heading to Toronto. His father, Rev Gibson of address on MIC
1912 Feb 17. The Canadian Bank of Commerce. Entered the service of the Bank.
1915 Feb 15. Enlists in Canadian Exp Force. Service Record. From Bank's Blaine Lake branch, in 9th Canadian Mounted Rifles, with the rank of Private. Principal actions: Somme, 1916; German Retreat, March, 1917; trench warfare. May and June, 1917; Cambrai, November, 1917; Final Offensive, October and November, 1918.
1915 Jun 25. Transferred to Fort Garry Horse
1916 Feb 25. Landed in France
1916 Jul 21. Promoted Cpl.
1918 Jan 12. To Officer Training unit.
1918 Jun 25 Commissioned 2nd Lt in 5th R Inniskilling Fus.
1919 Dec 26. R. Innis. Fus. The undermentioned temp. 2nd Lts. to be temp. Lts. : — H, M. Gibson
1920 Sep 2. Joined ADRIC with service no 459. Posted E Coy
1921 Apr 30. Posted Depot Coy
1921 May 2 to 10 Jun in Stevens Hospital
1921 May 28 Promoted Section Leader
1921 Jun 11. Posted E Coy
1921 Jul 15 to 28 Jul on Leave
1922 Jan 18. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC
1932 Apr 21 Passed his final law examinations
1936 May Elected to Portadown Council
1943 Mar 31. Probate of the said Will and Codicil was granted forth of the Principal Registry at Belfast of the High Court of Justice in Northern Ireland, King's Bench Division (Probate) on the 25th day of February, 1943, to Herbert Murray Gibson, of " Rathlin," Carrickblacker Road. Portadown, County Armagh, Solicitor, one of the Executors named in the said Will and Codicil. This is certainly him
1953 Oct 19 Struck off the Solicitors Roll on account of impending fraud case
1956 Oct 5. Herbert Murray Gibson, a Belfast solicitor was arrested in Liverpool and later charged in court with fraudulent coercion. Sentenced to 4 years gaol