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THE NATIONAL TRUST TYNTESFIELD HOUSE, WRAXALL ...
Tyntesfield House is a spectacular Victorian country house/mansion which was home to the Gibbs family for four generations. It contains everything from grand ...
Leigh Woods and Tyntesfield learning leaflet (PDF ... - National Trust
Apr 5, 2016 of four generations of the Gibbs family are now ready for discovery. ... Tyntesfield's Learning team invite teachers and their families to join us for ...
Read our full access statement (PDF) - National Trust
The Tyntesfield estate compromises a large Victorian Gothic style house with ... The 530 acre estate was lived in by four generations of the Gibbs family until ...
STILL/life - RADAR - Glasgow School of Art
Sep 29, 2013 A visit to Tyntesfield near Bristol offers snapshots of everyday life spanning from 1844 to 2002. The lives of four generations of the. Gibbs family ...
A GUIDE TO FAMILY AND ESTATE ARCHIVES IN THE ...
A guide to family and estate archives held at the Northamptonshire Record Office. Capell to Crawley. 1 .....

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Letter found in secret compartment at Tyntesfield House
Signed by six Gibbs family members and put in a cupboard, it reads: "The Gibbs family leaves this as a memento of 160 years spent happily at Tyntesfield." It will now be added to the catalogue of some 50,000 items from the estate.
Tyntesfield's turning back the clock for a very Victorian Christmas
The glorious neo-gothic fantasy that is National Trust-owned Tyntesfield, near Bristol, is inviting visitors to enjoy a very Victorian Christmas with its builder, William Gibbs, and family.
Cricket games return to Tyntesfield for the first time in a century
The players had been invited to play there after Tyntesfield owners the National Trust discovered archive photos dating back to the 1880s – which reveal cricket matches were once a common sight at the house. Nailsea's youth team ...
Rare variety cider apple collection from Herefordshire goes to a trusted new home
Tyntesfield House's Victorian potions studied
So far the project has discovered the Gibbs family who lived at Tyntesfield, near Bristol, used morphine and cocaine in many of their preparations to cure aches and pains.

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Tyntesfield - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1843, the property was bought by businessman William Gibbs, who made his fortune in the family business, ...
William Gibbs (businessman) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
On marrying, William moved from his brother's house in Bedford Square to 13 Hyde Park Street. The family then moved to Gloucester ...
Tyntesfield | National Trust
Explore the Tyntesfield estate with your family any time of year. ... Join volunteer Ken in the stables to explore Antony Gibbs' architectural and technological ...
Faith, hope and a charity - Telegraph
Apr 20, 2002 Tyntesfield is one of the great Victorian country houses, but its glories ... the key to understanding the house and the Gibbs family who built it.
William Gibbs of Tyntesfield - The Gibbs Family Tree :: Interactive ...
Died, 1875 Tyntesfield ... 1841, Birth of son Antony Gibbs of Tyntesfield ... In Devon he bought back Pytte the ancient home of our family in Clyst St.

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