Apologies if this has already been covered, I'm a raw recruit here. I'm searching for which regiments were in Gibraltar in 1823 - let's say from 1815 to 1825. My Great Great Great Grandmother (born in Scarborough, Yorks in 1795) was married to a soldier. My Great Great Grandmother was born in Cibrelton, Spain (also quoted as Gibraltar) in 1823 (so, presumably, GGG G'mother was living there as part of the Garrison). By 1851 GGG G'mother was widowed and back in the UK living in Hartlepool with her daughter. I haven't located them in the 1841 Census yet. Is it likely that a (Yorkshire?) Regiment that was in Gibraltar in 1823 would still be there 'twenty' years later? How old would serving soldiers be? (ie by 1841 GGG Grandfather would be at least about 40) I don't know the name (apart from surname) or rank of my GGG Grandfather or his place and DOB or whether he died 'in service'. I'm hoping that identifying the Regiment will enable me to undo the 'log-jam'. Are there any Census records for Gibraltar? What about Military records (including births)? Can anyone explain 'Cibrelton'? Is it Spanish for Gibraltar? Sounds like it.