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This land was first settled, by Peter Godfroy, Benjamin B. Kerchival and Joshua Howard, trustees of the Gibralter & Flat Rock Company in 1811, it was platted and recorded on March 14, 1837. On October 2, 1837 Amos Dunbar became the first postmaster of Gibralter on October 2, 1837. The office was renamed Woodbury on December 8, 1838, but was changed back to Gibralter on May 13, 1839, with the spelling changed to Gibraltar on December 19, 1900. It remained that way until the office was closed on January 31, 1910. The village didn't prosper until it was revived by the suburban boom.|
It was incorporated as a village in 1954, and as a city in 1961.
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