Gibbs Family Tree

Albums


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Aldenham House
Aldenham House
 
 
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Barrow Court
Barrow Court
See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barrow_Court 
 
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Briggens
Briggens
Information about the house can be found at https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1001705 
 
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Clifton Hampden
Clifton Hampden
 
 
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Genealogy Trees Forests and Fan Charts
Genealogy Trees Forests and Fan Charts
 
 
6 Living
On Sunday August 31 nearly 450 members of the Gibbs family of all ages brought their picnic lunches to Keble http://www.keble.ox.ac.uk/news/gibbs-family-picnic-at-keble(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
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7 Living
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Gibbs Family Sketches
Gibbs Family Sketches
 
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9 Living
An archive of newsletters sent out to the family(At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.) 
 
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Photo Album from Christopher Gibbs
Photo Album from Christopher Gibbs
I believe that this photo album, which Christopher Gibbs had acquired, belonged to one of Henry Hucks Gibbs' grandchildren, possibly Christopher's father Geoffrey. The front page has an older photo of HHG as well as a photo of "Gt. Uncle William Gibbs of Tyntesfield". Another photo refers to Aunt Bride (Mrs Alban Gibbs}. 
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Pytte, Clyst St. George
Pytte, Clyst St. George
 
 
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St Dunstan's, Regents Park, London
St Dunstan's, Regents Park, London
St Dunstan's Villa was Henry Hucks Gibbs, Lord Aldenham's London home until he death in 1907. It was built by the Marquis of Hertford, and the name is taken from the two giant wooden figures of Gog and Magog, which formerly stood by St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet Street. In 1915, the then owner American financier Otto Kahn offered the use of house as a hostel for blinded WW1 servicemen - St Dunstan's Hostel for the Blind. Lord Rothermere was the last owner, before St Dunstan's was destroyed by fire in 1936 and bought by Barbara Hutton who pulled down the old white stucco Regency villa and replaced it with a red brick Georgian style Winfield House. This became the American Embassy after WW2.  
 
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Stanstead Lodge
Stanstead Lodge
 
 
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The Ward Family
The Ward Family
A family tree and photo album compiled in 1978 by Katherine Beatrix Ward (Aunt Kit) with photos, letters and other notes about Rev MichaelGibbs, Marjorie Ward and their 5 children Denis, John Mike, Mary, Peter and Bridget 
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Tony Gibbs Album 1
Tony Gibbs Album 1
I think the last owner of the unprocessed album was my godfather Martin Frank, and if my memory serves me right, my brother Ray had them scanned. I believe they were John Arthur’s handiwork originally. The story goes that they were lost and that a Gibbs (unknown to me) rescued them from a junk shop with some pages ripped out! Perhaps my grandfather had something to hide. 
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Tony Gibbs Album 2
Tony Gibbs Album 2
I think the last owner of the unprocessed album was my godfather Martin Frank, and if my memory serves me right, my brother Ray had them scanned. I believe they were John Arthur’s handiwork originally. The story goes that they were lost and that a Gibbs (unknown to me) rescued them from a junk shop with some pages ripped out! Perhaps my grandfather had something to hide. 
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Tyntesfield, Wraxall, Somerset
Tyntesfield, Wraxall, Somerset
Tyntesfield was the Victorian Gothic Revival house and estate near Wraxall, North Somerset, which was home to William Gibbs and his heirs until the death of Richard Gibbs in 2001. Tyntesfield was purchased by the National Trust in June 2002 For details see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tyntesfield To visit see: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/tyntesfield 
 
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Venton (or Fenton), Devon
Venton (or Fenton), Devon
Venton Manor has been recently refurbished https://www.annewebsterdesigns.com/project/venton-manor  
 
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Ward Albums 1904 - 1937
Ward Albums 1904 - 1937
J.S. Ward Family, E.M. Ward, M.McC. Gibbs Selected photos from albums belonging to my Grandmother Marjorie Gibbs (nee Ward) 
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