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Elizabeth Susan  Block

Elizabeth Susan Block

Female 1834 - 1917  (82 years)


  • Name Elizabeth Susan Block  [1, 2, 3, 4
    Known as "Betha" 
    Birth 26 Jul 1834  Kentish Town Find all individuals with events at this location   [2, 5, 6, 7
    Baptism 27 Aug 1834  St Pancras Old Church Find all individuals with events at this location   [7
    Residence Jun 1841  The Grove, Highgate Find all individuals with events at this location   [8
    Residence Mar 1851  Parkfield, Highgate West Hill Find all individuals with events at this location   [9
    Residence bef 1857  Parkfield, Highgate West Hill Find all individuals with events at this location   [1
    Marriage 13 Oct 1857  St Michael, Highgate Find all individuals with events at this location   [1, 10, 11, 12
    George Edmund Tatham,   b. 12 Nov 1830, 45 Torrington Square, Bloomsbury Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 25 Oct 1910, Good Shelter, Penn Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Residence Apr 1861  Parkfield, Highgate West Hill Find all individuals with events at this location   [13
    Residence Apr 1871  Rectory, Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location   [6
    Event 22 Feb 1881  Fakenham Find all individuals with events at this location ; Concert  [14
    • Concert. One of the best concerts ever given in the Corn Hall was given by the Fakenham Choral Society, assisted by several ladies and gentlemen in the neighbourhood, on Tuesday evening ... , Notwithstanding the unfavourableness of the weather , most of the leading families in the town and district were represented in the audience. The singing of "God Save the Queen," was followed by Macfarren's cantata, "May Day," in which Miss Saunders shone conspicuously as solo, and Mrs. Tatham as pianist, ... . ... The pianoforte solo, "Andante and rondo, capriccioso" (Mendelssohn,) was splendidly played by Mrs. Tatham, of Great Ryburgh, a lady whose zeal and energy are always most acceptably conspicuous on these occasions. ... [People's Weekly Journal, 26 Feb 1881]
    Residence Apr 1881  Rectory, Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location   [2
    Event 13 Oct 1882  Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location ; Concert  [15
    • Great Ryburgh. The first concert of the Ryburgh Amateur Society was given on Friday evening. in the National School-room, which was crowded with an appreciative audience. Dr. Horace Hill conducted. The first part of the entertainment was made up of a miscellaneous selection, commencing with the National Anthem. The overture, from Mendelssohn's "Son and Stranger," arranged for piano, violin and violoncellos, was beautifully rendered by Mrs. Tatham, her sons, Messrs. C. and W., and her daughter. Songs, duets, instrumental trios, and choruses followed. Mrs. Tatham played a grand pianoforte selection from Beethoven, in an accomplished manner. Miss Buller, soprano, and Miss Saxton, contralto, were much applauded for their songs, and acknowledged the warm encores given. Mr. C. Tatham, who has the foundation of an excellent tenor voice, was well received. The second part included the cantata of "John Gilpin," with an orchestral overture by members of the society, Mrs. Tatham presiding at the piano. The spirited choruses were fairly well sung. The soloists, in character, Miss Buller, Miss Saxton, and Messrs. C. and W. Tatham, were especially good. The entire evening seemed to be thoroughly enjoyed by all present. [People's Weekly Journal, 14 Oct 1882]
    Event 26 May 1884  Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location ; Presentation  [16
    • RYBURGH. Presentation to the Rev. G. E. and Mrs. Tatham. - Expression was given to the regard entertained for the Rector of Great and Little Ryburgh, and for his amiable and excellent lady, at a meeting held in the school-house at Ryburgh, on Monday evening, under the presidency of Mr. Mesney, the respected churchwarden of 40 years and upwards, when a massive silver inkstand was presented to the rev. gentleman, and an elegant silver tea caddy to Mrs. Tatham. The inscriptions on these memorials of parochial affection were as follows: -
      Presented to the Rev. G. E. Tatham, Rector of Great and Little Ryburgh, by 128 subscribers, members of the church and other parishioners, as a mark of their esteem and sincere regard, on his leaving Ryburgh, having been minister of the united parishes for over twenty-five years. May 26th, 1884.
      Presented to Mrs. G. E. Tatham, wife of the Rector of Ryburgh, by members of the church and choir and other friends in the parish, as a token of their love and high appreciation of her great kindness and many virtues, having superintended the organ and choir upwards of twenty-five years. May 26th, 1884.
      Mr. Mesney made the presentation in touching and stirring terms, and Mr. Tatham as feelingly replied. Mrs. Tatham also essayed to personally return her thanks, but she was too much overcome and had to abandon the effort. Mr. Tatham is about to take the living of Moulsey, near Surbiton. The inkstand and caddy were supplied by Mr. Hands, of London Street, Norwich.
      [Fakenham Times]
    Residence Apr 1891  St Paul's Vicarage, East Molesey Find all individuals with events at this location   [5
    Event 18 Apr 1891  Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location ; Concert  [17
    Ryburgh Concert Programme
    Ryburgh Concert Programme
    given by Tatham family, 18 Apr 1891
    Residence 1895  Old Manor House, Carshalton Find all individuals with events at this location   [1
    Residence Mar 1901  30 St John's Wood Rd, St John's Wood Find all individuals with events at this location   [3
    Death 02 Jul 1917  10 Hanover House, High St, St John's Wood Find all individuals with events at this location   [1, 4, 11, 18
    • On the 2nd July, at 10, Hanover House, Regent's Park, Elizabeth Susan, widow of the Revd. George Edmund Tatham, aged 82. Funeral at Tyler's-green Church, on Friday next, at 2.30. Train leaves Marylebone for Beaconsfield, 2 p.m. No flowers, by request. [The Times, 04 Jul 1917]
    • Elizabeth Susan Tatham wife of Rev. George Edmund Tatham departed this life at 10, Hanover House Regent's Park NW July 2nd 1917 aged 82 ... [11]
    Burial 06 Jul 1917  St Margaret, Tylers Green Find all individuals with events at this location   [11, 18
    • ... & was buried at Tyler's Green on Friday July 6th 1917 at 3.30 o'clock. [Family Bible] [11]
    • Grave not located at visit to churchyard in 2011.
    Probate 03 Aug 1917  London Find all individuals with events at this location ; 1,444 16s. 6d.  [19
    Notes 
    • Her daughter-in-law, Mrs E E Tatham, writes: "She was a very remarkable woman, who held a large and scattered family together with her wonderful magnetism and lovable personality. At the age of 81 she expressed a wish to fly, and wished she had an airman son.
      "This remark gave birth to the poem 'The Airman' as a tribute to her; and she is the 'Mother' in it. She was dying then, and it was by her desire that it was published. She lived long enough to see the first proofs."
      The writer of this paragraph, Cicely Mary [Sturgis], wife of Mr E E Tatham, modestly omits to mention that she was the author of this Poem, which is signed simply "C M Tatham". [Curtis]
    Person ID I0029  Tatham | Meaburn branch | Spouse
    Last Modified 28 Jul 2013 

    Father Allen Williams Block,   b. 23 Jul 1797, St Pancras Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 19 May 1889, Parkfield, Highgate West Hill Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 91 years) 
    Mother Parthenia Pardoe,   b. 25 May 1810, St Pancras Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 25 Mar 1870, Menton, France Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 59 years) 
    Marriage 20 Oct 1830  St Pancras Old Church Find all individuals with events at this location   [20
    Notes 
    • Children: (1) Elizabeth (Betha), bp 27 Aug 1834; (2) Parthenia (Parthy), bp 12 Apr 1837 (bn 22 Jan 1837); (3) Marian Sarah, bp 11 Feb 1839; (4) Allen William Hugh, bp 31 Mar 1842; (5) Margaret, bp 12 Apr 1844 (d Kidderminster 11 Jul 1845 age 1y 9m); (6) James Ernst, bp 20 Aug 1846; (7) Emily Frances, bp 20 Jul 1848; (8) Charles Edward, bp 23 Sep 1852.
    • My Grandfather married Parthenia Pardoe, daughter of a Worcestershire (Kidderminster) wool merchant. My [grand-]father Allen Block was the fourth of five brothers. My Block grandparents had seven children to live. Aunt Betha (Elizabeth) Tatham, Aunt Parthy (Parthenia) Ogle, [+ Marian, marr George Homfray], Aunt Emmy unmarried [out of order, born after Ernst], my father Allen William Hugh, Uncle Ernst married Lottie Hudson (Miss Gertie Hudson's Berkhamsted sister), Uncle Charles unmarried, vicar of Highgate. [From notes left by Phyllis Emmelie Block; b Woburn Rd, Bedford, 20 Aug 1884; bp East Molesey 05 Oct 1884; marr J Robertson Harvey, RN, abt 1907; d Salisbury 10 Jan 1970]
    • 1841 census: ch Elizabeth, 6; Parthenia, 4; Marian, 2; no serv.
      1851 census: ch Elizabeth 16; Parthenia 14; Marian 12; Allen W H, 9; James, 4; Emily F, 2; + 1 serv.
      1861 census: ch Elizabeth, 26; Marian, 22; Allen Wm, 19; + 3 serv + nurse; elsewhere Parthenia, 24; James, 14; Emily Frances, 12; Charles, 8.
      1871 census: ch James 24, student of theology; Emily F 22; Charles E, 18; + 6 serv.
      1881 census: family not found.
    • Dau Parthenia Block, b Highgate 22 Jan 1837; marr at St Michael, Highgate, 21 Dec 1864 to William Ogle (1827-1912), son of James Adey Ogle & Sarah Homfray, medical doctor & government statistician; no children; resid 1881 at 10 Gordon St, Bloomsbury; died at 10 Gordon St on 20 Dec 1908, probate to Henry James Johnson & Harry Allen Block, effects 10,971 8s. 2d.
    • Dau Marian Sarah Block, b Highgate 1838-1839; marr at St Michael, Highgate, 14 Jul 1868 to George Homfray, b Shropshire abt Aug 1827, son of David Homfray (Homfray family prominent in S Wales industrial revolution - links with Morgan / Tredegar families); dau Ida Frances Homfray b Newcastle-under-Lyme abt 1870; died at home 16 Church Row, Hampstead, 22 Oct 1921; probate to dau Ida, spinster, effects 23,267 6s. 8d.
    • Son Allen William Hugh Block, b Highgate abt 1842, marr Chipping Sodbury 2Q1865 Emily Marianne Davey. Wine merchant, like his father. Dau Phyllis Emmelie born Woburn Rd, Bedford, 20 Aug 1884. Dau Katherine S born St James's Rd, Surbiton, 19 Apr 1866. Resid 1881 at 10 Woburn Rd, Bedford, with wife & 2 sons Harry & Nicholas + cousin Maurice Block (Lieut, RA). Died at home Redhill Farm, Farnham, Surrey, 20 Feb 1899. Probate to Emily Marriane [sic] Block, widow; effects 1,414 12s. 2d.
    • Son (James) Ernst Block: bapt 20 Aug 1846; birth reg St Pancras 3Q1847; resid Mar 1851 at Parkfield with parents; resid Apr 1861 at 8 South Parade, Bath, with mother; matric Wadham College Oxford 29 Mar 1867 (no degree listed); resid Apr 1871 at Parkfield with parents, student of theology; resid Apr 1881 at 42 Vale St, Denbigh, boarder, private tutor; marr St Mary, Denbigh, 19 Apr 1881 to Charlotte Susan Hudson, eldest dau of J A Hudson, late 60th Royal Rifles; birth Charlotte Parthenia Block reg St Asaph 2Q1882; degree BA Durham Univ 1885; ordained Deacon. 1886, Priest 1887 (Exeter); curate Halwell, Devon, 1886-1888; curate All Saints, Rochdale, 1888-1890; curate St Gabriel, Hume, Manchester, 1890-1894; resid Apr 1891 at 518 Stretford Rd, Stretford, boarder, clerk in holy orders, with wife Charlotte Susan, age 29 b Horseforth, Yorks; death Charlotte Susan Block reg Pancras 2Q1897; resid Mar 1901 at 31 Wellington Rd, Hastings, widower, boarder, retired clergyman C of E; death reg Hastings 2Q1901.
      Nephew Edward Ernst Tatham said to be named after him.
    • Dau Emily Frances Block (Great-Aunt Emm): birth reg Pancras 3Q1848; bapt St Michael Highgate 20 Jul 1848 (by Thomas Henry Causton); resid 1851 & 1871 with family at Parkfield; visitor 1861 at 19 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington, to cousin James Hugh Block, 34, wine merchant, and family; resid 1891 & 1901 at 43 Kensington Square; 1911 at Catercross, Fittleworth ('classic English house set in an archetypal English landscape; built in the Georgian style in 1910 and carefully sited at the end of a long, tree-lined drive to take full advantage of its glorious far-reaching views across the South Downs towards the sea'; featured in Country Life 15 Feb 2007 as on sale for 4 million); died at Catercross 18 Jun 1911; buried Fittleworth churchyard; effects 17,498.
      Lifelong companion Catherine Steel; born Mussoorie abt Oct 1847; dau of Col James Steel, CB; resid with Emily Block 1891, 1901, 1911; together at golden wedding dinner of Emily's eldest sister Betha & husband George Edmund Tatham in Oct 1907 (both in photo); lived Campden Hill, Kensington in 1930s; moved to Hove where she died 15 Oct 1940 aged 93; buried Fittleworth churchyard; left 3,726.
    • Son Charles Edward Block: birth reg Pancras 3Q1852. Educ Trinity College, Cambridge; BA 1874, MA 1880; deacon 1876, priest 1878; curate Shenfield 1876-1879, St James Bury St Edmunds 1879-1881, St M Nottingham 1881, Bakewell 1881-1887, St Paul E Molesey 1887-1890; Vicar of St Paul at Hook 1890-1902; Curate of Ilford 1902-1906; Barkingside 1906-1910; Vicar of W. Hyde 1910-1913. [Crockford 1898 & 1932]. Unmarried. Died at his home 8 Bisham Gardens, Highgate, 28 Feb 1938, age 85. Probate to nephews Harry Allen Block solicitor & Nicholas Allen Block retired wine merchant; effects 15,503 10s. 2d.
      He was curate to:
      - his sister Betha's husband George Edmund Tatham, vicar of East Molesey 1884-1894;
      - his sister Betha's son-in-law Henry William Eliott Molony, vicar of Great Ilford 1892-1912.
    • Grandson Harry Allen Block: b Surbiton abt 1868, educ Bedford Modern Coll, was the first of the solicitors in Crossman, Block & Keith. 2 sons (incl Spencer Allen Block) & 2 grandsons worked in the firm.
      Death reg Lambeth 2Q1959 age 91 [BMD index]. Memorial service 13 May 1959, present *Mr R S Tatham* [The Times, 14 May 1959].
      Note: R S Tatham is presumed misprint for B S Tatham, = Berrisford Stanley Tatham. He and Spencer Allen Block were co-executors of the will of his grandmother Emily Mary Rose Lee in 1950.
    • Witanhurst (Site of Parkfield), now [1936] no 41, West Hill & the site of the Fox & Crown.
      The property was originally copyhold of the Manor of Cantlowes but has been enfranchised and is now [1936] in the ownership of Sir Arthur Crosfield, who resides at Witanhurst.
      Parkfield was a good early 18th-century house which probably incorporated and certainly occupied the site of a much older building. It had a picturesque range of stabling and was situated in a position adjoining Dorchester House to the west. The house was pulled down towards the end of last century by Mr. Walter Scrimgeour, who, however, incorporated part of it in the new work. Since that date it has been reconstructed on a large scale by Sir Arthur Crosfield, Baronet, who has also incorporated a small fragment of the front, that used to face West Hill, into the lower portion of the walls of his billiard-room. [...]
      It was purchased in 1843 from John Crutchfield Sharpe by Allen Williams Block, esquire, and sold by his son in 1889 to Walter Scrimgeour, esquire, of No. 5, The Grove, Highgate. The house was then called Parkfield. The conveyance included also The Limes in Fitzroy Park, the Fox and Crown, Sutton Cottage adjoining, and also three cottages at the north end of the yard at the back of No. 1, The Grove. Mr. Scrimgeour made many alterations in the property, rebuilt Parkfield and pulled down the Fox and Crown. ['No. 41 West Hill (Witanhurst) and the site of the Fox and Crown', Survey of London: volume 17: The parish of St Pancras part 1: The village of Highgate (1936), pp. 72-76. Website accessed 25 Apr 2010]
    • Highgate mansion Witanhurst, known to millions as the setting for BBC's Fame Academy talent show, is on the market for a cool 55 million ... the second largest private house in London, after Buckingham Palace [Hampstead & Highgate Express, 2008]
    • Parkfield: This house is a very jolly old red-brick place, not very large, but with an old fashioned wooden staircase and panelled high wainscoting all about. There is a jolly smell of potpourri and flowers about, and very pretty ornaments and old embroidery, and all kinds of nice things which have come from abroad. There is a charming big conservatory, opening out of the drawing room with such beautiful azaleas and roses in it - tell Mother. The house stands on a high hill and is quite in the country. You look across to Hampstead Heath and some splendid woods. [Letter, 22 May 1879, to Alice Maria Maxwell Hogg, from her sister Henrietta Frances Maxwell Hogg who was staying with the Block family at Parkfield; reference thanks to Henrietta's 3x great-niece Beth Barnes.]
    Photos
    Parkfield, Highgate West Hill
    Parkfield, Highgate West Hill
    Home of Allen Williams Block & family, 1843-1889.
    Part of Witanhurst since 1913.
    Family ID F0020  Family Group Sheet

    Family George Edmund Tatham,   b. 12 Nov 1830, 45 Torrington Square, Bloomsbury Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 25 Oct 1910, Good Shelter, Penn Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 79 years) 
    Marriage 13 Oct 1857  St Michael, Highgate Find all individuals with events at this location   [1, 10, 11, 12
    • Officiating Minister: George Pardoe [Betha's uncle].
      Witnesses: A W Block [Betha's father], P Block [Betha's mother]; M Tatham [George's father]; J B Dyne [headmaster of Highgate School]. [Marriage Register]
    • On the 13th inst., at St. Michael's, Highgate, by the Rev. George Pardoe, M.A., uncle of the bride, assisted by the Rev. J.B. Dyne, M.A., the Rev. George Edmund, second son of Meaburn Tatham, Esq., of Merton Lodge, Highgate, to Elizabeth Susan, eldest daughter of A.W. Block, Esq., of Parkfield, Highgate. [Morning Post, 16 Oct 1857]
    George Edmund Tatham & Elizabeth Susan Block
    George Edmund Tatham & Elizabeth Susan Block
    Marriage register
    Notes 
    • sold on ebay 23 Mar 2008
      LEATHER BOUND COMMEMORATION OF THE GOLDEN WEDDING CELEBRATION OF GEORGE AND BETHA TATHAM OCTOBER 1907.
      46 signatures of members of the above families who were present at the celebration.
      Gilt decorations to boards-now faded along edges. Decorated script on frontispiece and on end page. Probably completed by one of family (Emmie Tatham)
      Signatures-
      Tatham 32
      Moloney 8
      Langstaff 6
    • 3 serv + teacher in Apr 1881; 3 serv in 1901.
    Children 
     1. Marian Elizabeth Tatham,   b. 29 Nov 1858, Aylsham Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 Apr 1868, Mathon, West Malvern Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 9 years)
    +2. George Allen Ralph Tatham,   b. 14 Aug 1860, Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 24 May 1933, Newlands, de la Warr Rd, Bexhill-on-Sea Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years)
    +3. William Meaburn Tatham,   b. 30 Jul 1862, Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 Oct 1938, Vicarage, Cantley Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 76 years)
    +4. Charles Edmund Tatham,   b. 05 Aug 1864, Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 27 Feb 1925, 38 Arkwright Rd, Hampstead Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 60 years)
    +5. Edward Ernst Tatham,   b. 02 Apr 1866, Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 Dec 1948, Royal Surrey County Hospital, Guildford Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 82 years)
    +6. Frederick Hugh Tatham,   b. 17 Feb 1868, Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 19 Jan 1947, Rectory, Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years)
    +7. Edith Gertrude Marian Tatham,   b. 12 Dec 1869, Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 04 Jul 1953, Leaden Hall, 70 The Close, Salisbury Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 83 years)
    +8. Agnes Elizabeth Marian Tatham,   b. 06 Mar 1872, Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 11 May 1960, Paris, France? Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 88 years)
     9. Meaburn Tatham,   b. 14 Dec 1873, Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 04 Mar 1876, Rectory, Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 2 years)
     10. Emily Betha Marian Tatham,   b. 20 Dec 1875, Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 31 Mar 1955, Brooklands Nursing Home, Haywards Heath Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 79 years)
    Photos
    St Andrew, Great Ryburgh
    St Andrew, Great Ryburgh
    George Edmund Tatham, Rector, 1859-1884
    Frederick Hugh Tatham, Rector, 1910-1947
    George Edmund Tatham & Elizabeth Susan Block
    George Edmund Tatham & Elizabeth Susan Block
    Golden Wedding, 13 Oct 1907
    George Edmund Tatham & Elizabeth Susan Block
    George Edmund Tatham & Elizabeth Susan Block
    Golden Wedding Dinner Menu, 13 Oct 1907
    George Edmund Tatham & Elizabeth Susan Block
    George Edmund Tatham & Elizabeth Susan Block
    shortly before George's death in 1910
    Clayton & Tatham family - 4 generations- 1916
    Clayton & Tatham family - 4 generations- 1916
    Elizabeth Susan Block (1834-1917)
    William Meaburn Tatham (1862-1938)
    Beryl Valetta Mary Tatham (1886-1959)
    Oswald John Clayton (1916-1985)
    Documents
    Family Bible - Meaburn Tathams
    Family Bible - Meaburn Tathams
    Page 7: Family of George Edmund Tatham, births 1860-1864
    Family Bible - Meaburn Tathams
    Family Bible - Meaburn Tathams
    Page 8: Family of George Edmund Tatham, births 1866-1875
    Last Modified 30 Sep 2013 
    Family ID F0017  Family Group Sheet

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    Link to Google MapsBirth - 26 Jul 1834 - Kentish Town Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBaptism - 27 Aug 1834 - St Pancras Old Church Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Jun 1841 - The Grove, Highgate Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Mar 1851 - Parkfield, Highgate West Hill Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - bef 1857 - Parkfield, Highgate West Hill Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarriage - < - 13 Oct 1857 - St Michael, Highgate Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarriage - 13 Oct 1857 - St Michael, Highgate Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Apr 1861 - Parkfield, Highgate West Hill Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Apr 1871 - Rectory, Great Ryburgh Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEvent - Concert - 22 Feb 1881 - Fakenham Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Apr 1881 - Rectory, Great Ryburgh Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEvent - Concert - 13 Oct 1882 - Great Ryburgh Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEvent - Presentation - 26 May 1884 - Great Ryburgh Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Apr 1891 - St Paul's Vicarage, East Molesey Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEvent - Concert - 18 Apr 1891 - Great Ryburgh Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - 1895 - Old Manor House, Carshalton Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Mar 1901 - 30 St John's Wood Rd, St John's Wood Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDeath - 02 Jul 1917 - 10 Hanover House, High St, St John's Wood Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBurial - 06 Jul 1917 - St Margaret, Tylers Green Link to Google Earth
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  • Photos
    Elizabeth Susan Block (1834-1917)
    Elizabeth Susan Block (1834-1917)
    Elizabeth Susan Block (1834-1917)
    Elizabeth Susan Block (1834-1917)
    Studio portrait
    Elizabeth Susan Block (1834-1917)
    Elizabeth Susan Block (1834-1917)
    with infant child

  • Sources 
    1. [S04] H Curtis: Notes for a Pedigree of the Tathams of Co. Durham.

    2. [S01] Census, UK, 1881.
      age 46 b Kentish Town

    3. [S01] Census, UK, 1901.

    4. [S02] BMD Index, death reg Marylebone, 3Q1917.
      Elizabeth S Tatham age 82

    5. [S01] Census, UK, 1891.
      age 56 b London

    6. [S01] Census, UK, 1871.
      age 36 b Kentish Town

    7. [S06] Parish Registers, baptisms, St Pancras Old Church (IGI), 27 Aug 1834.

    8. [S01] Census, UK, 1841.

    9. [S01] Census, UK, 1851.

    10. [S36] Marriage Certificate, 13 Oct 1857.

    11. [S28] Family Bible.

    12. [S02] BMD Index, marriage reg Edmonton, 4Q1857.

    13. [S01] Census, UK, 1861.

    14. [S11] Newspaper, People's Weekly Journal, 26 Feb 1881.

    15. [S11] Newspaper, People's Weekly Journal, 14 Oct 1882.

    16. [S11] Newspaper, Fakenham Times, 07 Jun 1884.

    17. [S07] Other Sources, Concert programme, 18 Apr 1891.

    18. [S05] The Times, death notice, 04 Jul 1917.

    19. [S14] National Probate Calendar.

    20. [S06] Parish Registers, marriages, St Pancras Old Church, 1660-1916 (IGI), 20 Oct 1830.