Nicholas (Gibbes)

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Archimandrite Nicholas (Gibbes) was an Englishman who taught the Tsarevich St. Alexis english in St. Petersburg, where he was moved by the piety and love of the Romanov family. After their martyrdom, Gibbes escaped through Siberia, into China, then the Phillipines and finally back to England via Jerusalem. When he returned to England he converted to Orthodoxy, was tonsured a monk, and spent the rest of his years in faithful service to the Church.  
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'''Archimandrite Nicholas (Gibbes)''' was born ''Charles Sydney Gibbes'' who was an Englishman who taught the Tsarevich St. Alexis english in St. Petersburg, where he was moved by the piety and love of the Romanov family. After their martyrdom, Gibbes escaped through Siberia, into China, then the Phillipines and finally back to England via Jerusalem. When he returned to England he converted to Orthodoxy, was tonsured a monk, and spent the rest of his years in faithful service to the Church.  
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==Bibliography==
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* "An Englishman In The Court Of The Tsar" by Christine Benagh
  
 
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* [http://fr-d-serfes.org/royal/CharlesSydneyGibbes.htm Father Serfes]
 
* [http://fr-d-serfes.org/royal/CharlesSydneyGibbes.htm Father Serfes]
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Archimandrite Nicholas (Gibbes) was born Charles Sydney Gibbes who was an Englishman who taught the Tsarevich St. Alexis english in St. Petersburg, where he was moved by the piety and love of the Romanov family. After their martyrdom, Gibbes escaped through Siberia, into China, then the Phillipines and finally back to England via Jerusalem. When he returned to England he converted to Orthodoxy, was tonsured a monk, and spent the rest of his years in faithful service to the Church.


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Bibliography

  • "An Englishman In The Court Of The Tsar" by Christine Benagh

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