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Gaisford | Henrietta Horatia Maria | 1810–1851 | née Feilding


Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:


Archive of William Henry Fox Talbot and the Talbot family

The archive of six generations of the Talbot, Feilding and Burnett-Brown family, including photographs by William Henry Fox Talbot and original artifacts photographed by Talbot, as well as correspondence, research notes, drawing and botanical albums, and estate records.
Extents: 40.0 Linear metres (337 shelfmarks)
Dates: 1799-2000, n.d.

Book of music containing six songs composed by Horatia Gaisford, c.1830s

Music book containing six songs composed by Horatia Gaisford. The cover indicates that the pieces were composed and dedicated to the Polish nobleman, Prince Adam Czartoryski, and that this book was "Sold for the Benefit of the distressed Refugees in London". The publisher is T.Boosey & Co., 28 Holles St, Oxford St, London. While the book is undated, Adam Jerzy Czartoryski, to whom the pieces are dedicated, lived in exile in London between 1831 and 1832. The pieces are titled as…
Shelfmark: Mus. 305 c.14
Extents: 1 box
Dates: c.1830s

Group of seven adults and children in front of a backdrop, 1-30 Apr 1844

A group of seven people in front of a backdrop, dated between 1-30 Apr 1844. From left to right: An unidentified woman, possibly the Talbot family's nursemaid, Eliza Frayland; Horatia Gaisford; Matilda Caroline; either Thomas Moore or Sir David Brewster; Ela Theresa; Rosamond Constance Talbot; and an unidentified woman, possibly Thomas Moore's wife, Bessy.On the verso, written in pencil, is "Horatia is central figure with curls looking down. Tom Moore in tall hat. Ela, Rosamond…
Found in: Loose prints
Shelfmark: MS. 21088 photogr. 1/3
Extents: 1 item
Dates: 1-30 Apr 1844

Horatia Gaisford's Collection of Talbot Photographic Materials and Ephemera

Gaisford-St Lawrence Collection of Talbots: Horatia Gaisford's Collection of Photographs and Ephemera.
Extents: 0.75 Linear metres
Dates: 1835-1848

Horatia playing Amélina's harp, 1 May 1843

Portrait of Horatia Gaisford playing Amélina Petit de Billier's harp. On the verso, written in pencil, is "Horatia (the player the harp)". The name "Lady Mount Edgecumbe" is also written, but has been crossed out.This is the only known print of the image.
Found in: Loose prints
Shelfmark: MS. 21088 photogr. 1/1
Extents: 1 item
Dates: 1 May 1843

Sketchbook by Hortia Gaisford, 1820-1824

The sketchbook contains a number of pencil drawings, including a drawing of Horatia's sister, Lady Caroline Edgcumbe, and a drawing of a the The Ionic Temple in Chiswick. Also contained are several botanical watercolours of plant specimens collected by Horatia in European cities including Berne, Morat, Rome, Varese, Nice, and Genoa. Notably, one of the watercolours is labelled "gathered from an olive tree in Lord Byron's garden at Genoa 19 November 1823". Some of the pages are undated.
Shelfmark: MS. 21088/1
Extents: 1 volume
Dates: 1820-1824

Two women confiding in the Cloister, Lacock Abbey, 11 Aug 1843

Two women, sometimes identified as Lady Edgcumbe and Horatia Gaisford, confiding in the Cloister of Lacock Abbey. This image is sometimes known as, 'Andalusan Nuns'.On the verso, written in pencil, is "? Horatia & Caroline".
Found in: Loose prints
Shelfmark: MS. 21088 photogr. 1/21
Extents: 1 item
Dates: 11 Aug 1843

Unidentified woman, probably Lady Edgcumbe or Horatia Feilding, 1842

Portrait of a woman wearing a bonnet, identified as probably being either Lady Edgcumbe or Horatia Gaisford.On the verso, written in pencil, is "Lady Mount Edgecumbe".
Found in: Loose prints
Shelfmark: MS. 21088 photogr. 1/13
Extents: 1 item
Dates: 1842