Montville, Connecticut, 1869


The purpose of this site is to honor my ancestors, collaborate with others and document the expanding knowledge of my kin. With the help of many close relatives and distant alike, I have been able to compile a comprehensive family tree of John Vibber* I (b. ~1689) along with that of my other allied families.

It has been very rewarding to break down brick walls and discover our familyís role in American history. I am very proud of my deep New England roots and the pioneers of those colonies.

*The origin of the name is not clear, but there is conclusive evidence that ties the majority if not all the Vibber, Vebber, and Veberís back to John Vibber I.


feature 1 John Howard Vibber publishes first book - Shadow on Cant-Dog Hill: A Tale of Love, Mystery, and Redemption in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom.

feature 2 Larry Nelson Vibber, 76, longtime Fowler educator, died at his home on Saturday, July 25, 2009. Even though he had been in failing health for some time, his death came as a shock to the community. He was born on Feb. 28, 1933 in Yuma County, the son of Nelson and Hilda Mahoney Vibber.

feature 3 David Henry Vibber retires after 30 years of coaching at Tempe Corona del Sol. He ranks eighth in Arizona history with 403 career wins and leaves with the program on top.


email imageIf you have any questions or comments about the information on this site, please contact Alan Donald Vibber. I look forward to hearing from you.