Anstice Katherine Gibbs

Born1881 Charlton in the Tyntesfield Estate
FatherAntony Gibbs of Tyntesfield (1841 – 1907)
MotherJanet Louisa Merrivale (1850 – 1909)

Life Events

1903Married Rev. Arthur Stafford Crawley MC in Wraxall, Somerset
1904Birth of son Cosmo Stafford Crawley
1906Birth of daughter Janet Inez Crawley
1907Death of father Antony Gibbs of Tyntesfield
1908Birth of son Aidan Merrivale Crawley MBE, TD
1909Death of mother Janet Louisa Merrivale
1911Birth of daughter Lady Beatrice Anstice Crawley
1913Birth of son Kenneth Arnold Gibbs Crawley
1948Death of husband Rev. Arthur Stafford Crawley MC

Biography and Notes

Baptised 16 October 1881 at Wraxall.

In the Great War she worked in 1916 in the Nunthorpe Hospital, York, as member of the Voluntary Aid Detachment of the Red Cross Society. In 1930 was on the Archbishop of Canterbury's committee for entertaining the Bishops attending the Lambeth Conference. From 1930 was Hostess for the Girls' Diocesan Association at many of their week-ends over the following years. While at Windsor became Chairman of the Townswomen's Guild. During the Second World War worked with the Red Cross 'Parcels for Prisoners of War', and developed a fellowship of relatives and friends of prisoners of war with A.S.C. in Windsor.