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Meaburn Talbot Tatham

Male 1858 - 1937  (78 years)


  • Name Meaburn Talbot Tatham  [1, 2, 3
    Birth 09 Feb 1858  6 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington Find all individuals with events at this location   [4, 5, 6
    Baptism 24 Mar 1858  Holy Trinity, Paddington Find all individuals with events at this location   [3
    Meaburn Talbot Tatham (1858-1937)
    Meaburn Talbot Tatham (1858-1937)
    Baptism register
    Residence Apr 1861  6 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington Find all individuals with events at this location   [7
    Education 1869 - 1877  Eton College Find all individuals with events at this location   [8, 9, 10
    • Kings Scholar. In college with his future brother-in-law, Henry Miers.
    • Election 1871. Upper School, 5th Form, Middle Division.
      Tatham. K.S. Meaburn Talbot. A Schoolmaster at Northcourt, Abingdon; late one of the M. at Westminster; Balliol, 2nd cl. class. 1881 [Second Series of Eton School Lists: Comprising the Years Between 1853 and 1892, with Notes]
    Residence Apr 1871  14 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington Find all individuals with events at this location   [11
    Education 1877 - 1881  Balliol College, Oxford Find all individuals with events at this location   [8, 9
    • Exhibitioner
    Degree/Qualif. 1881  Oxford University Find all individuals with events at this location ; BA  [5
    • 1st class Mods, 2nd class Lit Hum
    Occupation Apr 1881  Balliol College, Oxford Find all individuals with events at this location ; Undergraduate  [12
    Residence Apr 1881  14 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington Find all individuals with events at this location   [12
    Occupation abt 1882 - 1883  Rugby School Find all individuals with events at this location ; Assistant Master  [8
    • Preface to his translation of Philoctetes is datelined Rugby: May 1883.
    Occupation Sep 1883 - Dec 1886  Westminster School Find all individuals with events at this location ; Assistant Master (Classics)  [10, 13, 14
    • Francis Henry Tatham, his 4x cousin, had the same position 1868-1875.
    • Eton Who's Who gives dates as Jan 1884 to Dec 1886
    Marriage 22 Dec 1883  St Mary, Shortlands Find all individuals with events at this location   [1, 15
    Clara Susan Miers,   b. 19 Mar 1861, Edgbaston Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 Mar 1945, Northcourt House, Abingdon Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Degree/Qualif. 1884  Oxford University Find all individuals with events at this location ; MA  [9
    Residence Aug 1886  19 Great College St, Westminster Find all individuals with events at this location   [13
    Occupation 1887 - 1909  Private Tutor  [8
    Residence abt 1887 - 1937  Northcourt House, Abingdon Find all individuals with events at this location   [6, 8, 16
    Occupation Apr 1891  Teacher of Classics  [17
    Residence Apr 1891  Overthorpe House, Thornhill Find all individuals with events at this location   [17
    • visiting William How, Bishop of Wakefield
    Occupation Mar 1901  Private Tutor  [18
    Residence Mar 1901  Eden Cottage, Beckenham Find all individuals with events at this location   [18
    • visiting in-laws
    Post/Rank/Title 1908  JP  [5, 19
    Occupation Apr 1911  Retired Private Tutor  [20
    Residence Apr 1911  Northcourt House, Abingdon Find all individuals with events at this location   [20
    Death 04 Jan 1937  Northcourt House, Abingdon Find all individuals with events at this location ; Cause: Carcinoma of prostate  [8, 21, 22
    • Mr Meaburn Talbot Tatham died at his home at Abingdon yesterday. The only surviving son of Mr Charles Meaburn Tatham, barrister, of Cary Castle, Torquay, he was a colleger at Eton from 1869 to 1877, and then went up to Balliol College, Oxford, as an exhibitioner. He obtained honours in the classical schools and won the University foils in 1882. After serving temporarily at Rugby and at Westminster, he was a master at Westminster from 1884 to 1886. He then became, until 1909, a successful private coach at Abingdon, where he also did useful local work and was a magistrate for the county and for the borough. Mr Tatham produced some editions of classical texts, and translated the Philoctetes of Sophocles into English prose. He married, in 1883, Clara Susan, daughter of Mr F C Miers and sister of Sir H A Miers, FRS, and had a son, who followed him to Eton and to Balliol and became Secretary to Messrs Cadbury, Bourneville, and four daughters. The funeral will be at St Helens Church, Abingdon, to-morrow at 2.30. No flowers. [Obituary: The Times, 5 Jan 1937 p 17]
    Burial 06 Jan 1937  Abingdon Cemetery, Abingdon Find all individuals with events at this location   [8
    • The funeral of Mr M T Tatham took place yesterday [Wed 06 Jan 1937] at St Helen's Church, Abingdon. The service was conducted by the Rev J Cowl, assisted by the Rev E F S Ramsbotham and the Rev E Pearson. The mourners included:- Mr M Tatham (son), Miss Silvia Tatham, Miss Agnes Tatham, Miss Evelyn Tatham (daughters), Miss Barbara Tatham (niece) [recte: granddaughter], and Mr A Tatham (nephew) [recte: Mr Roden Tatham, grandson]. The Mayor of Abingdon (Mr A E Tombs), Major Sir Ralph Glyn MP, Sir Henry Miers [brother-in-law], Mr Edward Tatham [1st cousin] (representing the Rev F H Tatham [1st cousin], who was unable to be present because of illness), Viscount Chetwynd, Sir Arthur and Lady Lowry, Sir Charles Corkran, Lieutenant-Commander R. B. Fairthorne, Mr. Charles S. Orwin, Mr. and Mrs. Docker-Drysdale, the Rev. F. R. Standfast, the Rev. H. Sanders, Dr. Gillan, Dr. M. E. Salter, Mr. A. T. Powell and Mr. G. B. Deacon (representing the Abingdon Liberal Association), the Rev. G. and Mrs. Berens-Dowdeswell, Dr. Scott, Dr. Bradbrooke, Mr. F. H. Pryce (clerk to Abingdon Borough Magistrates), Mr. W. F. Campion, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Challenor, and Mr. and Mrs. Bromley Challenor. [The Times, Funerals, 07 Jan 1937]
    Probate 02 Mar 1937  London Find all individuals with events at this location ; £131,127 13s. 3d.  [23
    • - Tatham Meaburn Talbot of Northcourt House Abingdon Berkshire died 4 January 1937 Probate (save and except settled land) London 2 March to Meaburn Tatham company secretary and Silvia Tatham spinster. Effects £131449 7s. 4d. Resworn £130217 13s. 3d. Further grant 3 June 1937.
      - Tatham Meaburn Talbot of Northcourt House Abingdon Berkshire died 4 January 1937 Probate (limited to settled land) London 3 June to Meaburn Tatham secretary to public company and Hugh Teesdale solicitor Effects £910 in England. [NPC]
    • Wills & Bequests. Mr Meaburn Talbot Tatham, JP, of Abingdon, Berks, who died on January 4, aged 78, left unsettled estate of the gross value of £131,149, with net personalty £120,921. [The Times 06 Mar 1937]
    Notes 
    • He edited some portions of the Classics, ie of Caesar, Virgil, Livy, Homer and Plato, and published a prose translation of a play [Philoctetes] by Sophocles [Curtis].
      [Family has his editions of Caesar & Virgil, his translation of Philoctetes, and his personal copies of Jebb's editions of Sophocles. All his other classical books were cleared out by his daughter Evelyn in about 1961.]
    • Mr Tatham had a walrus moustache, like my own father, and very bushy eyebrows, which he had occasionally to brush out of his eyes. He was a sensitive, gentle, and most courteous man, a classical scholar with an impish, delightful turn of humour, though given at times to melancholy and anxiety from which he was rescued by his cheerful, wise wife. He had private pupils, amongst whom were at one time Maurice Baring (the novelist) and Ivor Brown (the Shakespearean critic). All his pupils remembered him with gratitude. When I first knew him he had almost given up teaching, though he was still an active JP and church warden. [Katharine Moore, "Queen Victoria is Very Ill", London 1988]
    • My grandfather was very gentle as well as "gentlemanly". He was well informed about obscure subjects, such as Flemish Bond brickwork. He was interested in meteorology and was an official weather recorder for the Met Office. He loved the ancient world but never pushy about it. He walked with a pronounced stoop. [MRT]
    • In July 1904, three of his pupils - J J Barlow, A R Cole & C G Page - gave him a presentation Negretti & Zamba barograph with a silver inscribed plaque.
    • Contributed 2 guineas to the Mansion House Relief Fund following the loss of the Lusitania. [The Times, 17 May 1915]
    • Tatham, Meaburn Talbot. 1s Charles Meaburn, of London, arm. Balliol College matric 17 Oct 1877 aged 19; exhibitioner 1876-82, BA 1881, MA 1884, a master at Westminster School. [Oxford University Alumni]
    • I had reached Oxford after a year of private tuition. ... I was withdrawn from the school [Cheltenham], the Master of Balliol was consulted, and by him I was recommended to Mr M K [sic] Tatham, who mingled a quiet country life at Abingdon with some tuition of private pupils. In his tranquil household I spent a studious and happy term. ... I had two more fruitful terms with Tatham. ... This did the trick. ... I managed to come out on top. ... I was deeply indebted both to Tatham's teaching and to my father's obstinacy. [Ivor Brown, "The Way of my World", publ. Collins, London, 1945]
      To all at Northcourt House, where I learned, at such kind hands and under so wise a mind, some use of words. Ivor Brown, Nov 1945. [MS dedication, ibid]
    • "When will Benjamin Jowett's funeral be?" M.T. Tatham to unnamed addressee. Northcourt, Abingdon, 2 Oct 1893, ALS (1 leaf). [Balliol College Archives]
    • Tatham, Meaburn Talbot : b. Feb. 9, 1858 ; s. of C. M. Tatham, Barrister-at-law ; m. Dec. 22, 1883, Clara Susan, d. of F. C. Miers, of Beckenham. Issue : one son, four daughters. Educ. Eton (Sch.) ; Balliol 1877-83 (W.H.F., J.L.S.D.); Exh.; 1st Cl. Mods. 1878 ; 2nd Lit. Hum., and B.A., 1881 ; M.A. 1884 ; won Univ. Foils 1882. Union and Dervorguilla (Pres.) Socs. Private Tutor, temporary Assist. Master at Rugby during Summer Term, and took French Class at Westminster School, Mich. Term, 1883 ; Assist. Master, Westminster School, 1884-6 ; Private Tutor 1887-1909 ; J. P., Abingdon and Berks., 1906. Publications : Translation of the Philoctetes of Sophocles, 1883 ; Livy, xxi-xxiii, 1886, 2nd ed. 1889 ; Livy, xxii, 1888 ; Livy, xxi, 1889 ; The Laches of Plato, 1888, reprinted 1891, 1896, 1908 ; Caesar's Gallic War, iii-v, 1896 ; vi and vii, 1898 ; Virgil's Aeneid, i, 1901 ; ii and iii, 1902. Address : Northcourt House, Abingdon. [Balliol College Register, 1914]
    • Travelled on White Star "Majestic" arr Southampton 26 Apr 1929: name Tatham, ex Cherbourg, resid Northcourt House, Abingdon, Berks: Meaburn Talbot, 71, magistrate; Clara Susan, 68, housewife; Agnes Clara, 36, artist; Evelyn Margaret, 29, teacher. [Passenger list]
    • Was a churchwarden at St. Helen's Church, Abingdon; named on a peal-board in the bell-tower. [JH 26 Sep 2012]
    Person ID I0035  Tatham | Meaburn branch | Descendant - male line
    Last Modified 29 Oct 2013 

    Father Charles Meaburn Tatham,   b. 21 Sep 1828, 45 Torrington Square, Bloomsbury Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 Jul 1924, Cary Castle, St Marychurch Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 95 years) 
    Mother Elizabeth Collingridge,   b. 29 Oct 1827, Kentish Town Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Jan 1916, Cary Castle, St Marychurch Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 88 years) 
    Engagement abt Aug 1852    [24
    Marriage 20 Jul 1853  St Michael, Highgate Find all individuals with events at this location   [5, 24, 25, 26
    • Officiating minister: Rev Ralph Tatham, DD, Master of St John's College Cambridge, and Charles Tatham's uncle.
      Assisted by: Rev Thomas Hinly Causton, Vicar of St Michael's, Highgate [husband of Frances Louisa Tatham, Charles Tatham's 3rd cousin].
      Witnesses: Meaburn Tatham [husband's father]; Miss Fortescue [wife's aunt]; James Hale Talbot.
    Charles Meaburn Tatham & Elizabeth Collingridge
    Charles Meaburn Tatham & Elizabeth Collingridge
    Marriage register
    Notes 
    • Exactly opposite Holly Lodge lived a Mr. Collingridge, a widower, occupying a nice fair sized house with his sister-in-law and his daughter, his only child, a very pretty girl then about 22 years of age. In 1850, while I was forming one of the reading party in Jersey, Mr. Collingridge died; Miss Fortescue and his daughter continued to reside in the house. People used to joke and tell me I had better look after the young lady, saying that she was very pretty, and had a large fortune. ...
      One morning in the spring of 1852, Miss Fortescue, Miss Collingridge's aunt, sent my Mother a note, asking if she would allow them, the aunt and her niece, to accompany our family to the Highgate Institute, where instructive lectures were being given on certain evenings in the week at 8 o'clock. My Mother said she would be delighted to do so. On the first evening I walked up the Hill to the Lecture room with Miss Collingridge, sitting next her in the room, and from that moment fell desperately in love with her. After a year's wooing we were married by my Uncle Ralph and Mr. Causton, the Vicar at St. Michael's Church Highgate on July 20th 1853. My dear Father allowed me £100 a year till I should make a fair income at the Bar. I hope I may be believed when I say that I should have fallen in love had the young lady, Miss Elizabeth Collingridge, been possessed of no money at all. ...
      I courted my dear wife some 8 or 9 months before she would accept my suit. Some time in the year 1852 her Aunt and herself went down to Bath for a few weeks, to stay with another aunt, a Mrs Forster, who with two stepsons lived, I think, at Lansdowne Crescent. While they were there I went to a hotel in Bath for a few days, and found out that on Sundays Mrs Forster and Miss Fortescue with their niece went to what was then called a Chapel-of-Ease, Landerdale Chapel. I sat behind them, and after, the service, joined them on coming out. I was introduced to Mrs Forster, and was asked by her to their mid-day dinner, to my great joy, had a walk with all three of them after dinner, and was asked to dinner again on the next day, after which I had to return to London. I found out on what day the Aunt and her niece were returning home; I met them at Paddington; they had their own carriage waiting for them, I pursued them in a Hansom to the foot of Highgate's steep hill, and we all walked up to their house. My suit progressed favourably after that. I became engaged about the end of August 1852, I think. I went for a few weeks with them on a tour in Wales and the Lakes, and was married on July 20th 1853.
      [Charles Tatham Recollections]
    • Origin of name Talbot in Tatham family:
      One of the witnesses at the marriage of Charles Tatham & Elizabeth Collingridge on 20 Jul 1853 was James Hale Talbot.
      He was born at Olney on 02 Jun 1808, son of John Hale Talbot and Sarah Thompson, marr at Olney 18 Jul 1804.
      In Mar 1851 census James Hale Talbot was resid at the Rectory, Newton Blossomville [abt 2m from Olney & 3m from Emberton]: widower, 42, Rector, b Olney. Also resid 3 sons & 3 daus. Also Mary E Simpson, late wife's sister, unmarr, 49, clergyman's 3 daughter, b Chesham; + 3 servants.
      He may be related to Thomas Hale, husband of Elizabeth Collingridge's aunt Elizabeth. After Thomas & Elizabeth Hale died, Charles & Elizabeth Tatham bought their house at Emberton.
      This James Hale Talbot may have been the godfather of Charles & Elizabeth Tatham's elder surviving son, Meaburn Talbot Tatham. No other reason for the middle name Talbot has been found.
      Charles & Elizabeth Tatham's gg grandson was Charles Meaburn Talbot Tatham b 12 Feb 1961. He took the name Talbot from both sides of his family, after his mother's grandfather Talbot Baines, and his father's grandfather Meaburn Talbot Tatham.
    • Apr 1911 census shows that Charles & Elizabeth had 4 children of whom 3 were then alive & 1 dead. This is incorrect. Their 2nd child Meaburn Collingridge Tatham was born 31 Jul 1856 & died 19 May 1857 aged 9 months. Their 4th child Herbert Francis William Tatham was born 02 Dec 1861 and died in an accident at Chamonix 04 Aug 1909. He was brought back to England and buried in the churchyard at Emberton. In his Recollections, Charles Tatham says of his wife "Her son's death had been a great shock to her, and in many ways affected her brain. After the burial of her dear son at Emberton she seemed, mercifully, to have forgotten that he had died."
    • Diamond Wedding: Tatham-Collingridge - On the 20th July, 1853, at St. Michael's, Highgate, by the Rev. Ralph Tatham, D.D., Master of St. John's College, Cambridge, assisted by the Rev. Thomas Hinly Causton, Charles Meaburn, eldest son of Meaburn Tatham, Esq., of Merton Lodge, Highgate, to Elizabeth, only surviving child of the late Thomas Collingridge, Esq., of Highgate, Middlesex.
      [The Times, Sat 19 Jul 1913]
      [similar wording in original marriage notice 60 years earlier, in Morning Chronicle 23 Jan 1853]
    Photos
    Charles & Elizabeth Tatham
    Charles & Elizabeth Tatham
    abt 1914, possibly at Cary Castle
    Cary Castle, Torquay
    Cary Castle, Torquay
    image posted on www in 2009
    Cary Castle, Torquay
    Cary Castle, Torquay
    Photo from sale brochure May 2010 (price £1.5 m)
    Histories
    The Tatham family and Ryburgh parish, Norfolk
    The Tatham family and Ryburgh parish, Norfolk
    Family ID F0006  Family Group Sheet

    Family Clara Susan Miers,   b. 19 Mar 1861, Edgbaston Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 Mar 1945, Northcourt House, Abingdon Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 83 years) 
    Marriage 22 Dec 1883  St Mary, Shortlands Find all individuals with events at this location   [1, 15
    • On the 22nd at St Mary's, Shortlands, by the Rev. G E Tatham, rector of Ryburgh, Norfolk, assisted by the Rev. H F Wolley, vicar of Shortlands, Meaburn Talbot Tatham, eldest son of Charles Meaburn Tatham, Esq., of 14 Cleveland Gardens, W., and Emberton, Bucks, to Clara Susan, third daughter of Francis Charles Miers, Esq, of Eden Cottage, Beckenham [The Times, 25 Dec 1883; Morning Post, 26 Dec 1883; Bromley Record, 01 Jan 1884]
    Notes 
    • 4 servants resid Apr 1891 (most of family away):
      * Mary J Barnett, cook, 35 b Wolverhampton;
      * Alice Sarah Smith, parlourmaid, 30 b Westminster;
      * Rose Davies, nurse, 29 b Newport, Mon;
      * Mary E Halford, housemaid, 26 b Toft, Lincs.
    • Northcourt House, Apr 1911: 24 rooms, with 5 servants living in (+ coachman at the lodge).
      * Leah Cooper, parlourmaid, 59 b Christchurch, Glos;
      * Emily Mary Figes, housemaid, 52 b Kensington;
      * Thirza Keen, lady's maid, 23 b Oddington, Glos;
      * Lena Dimmock, cook, 29 b Devonshire (town or parish unknown);
      * Emma Griselda Stevens, kitchenmaid, 17 b Bledington, Glos.
      +
      * William Badcock, coachman, 57 b Drayton.
      [1911 census]
    Children 
     1. Silvia Tatham,   b. 30 Jan 1885, 19 Great College St, Westminster Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 02 Mar 1958, Copford Place, Marks Tey Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 73 years)
    +2. Meaburn Tatham,   b. 14 Aug 1886, West Cliff Hotel, Cromer Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 12 Apr 1976, Brambles, Arkley Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 89 years)
    +3. Mary Katharine Tatham,   b. 26 Nov 1889, Northcourt House, Abingdon Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 Oct 1968, Denmark Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years)
     4. Agnes Clara Tatham,   b. 18 Jan 1893, Northcourt House, Abingdon Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 13 Sep 1972, Northcourt House, Abingdon Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 79 years)
     5. Evelyn Margaret Tatham,   b. 10 Sep 1899, Northcourt House, Abingdon Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 22 Dec 1974, Abingdon Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 75 years)
    Photos
    Northcourt House, Abingdon
    Northcourt House, Abingdon
    Home of the Meaburn Tatham family
    Watercolour by Bernard C Gotch
    Meaburn Talbot Tatham & Clara Susan Miers
    Meaburn Talbot Tatham & Clara Susan Miers
    Abingdon abt 1905
    Last Modified 01 Apr 2015 
    Family ID F0004  Family Group Sheet

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    Link to Google MapsBirth - 09 Feb 1858 - 6 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBaptism - 24 Mar 1858 - Holy Trinity, Paddington Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Apr 1861 - 6 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEducation - 1869 - 1877 - Eton College Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Apr 1871 - 14 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEducation - 1877 - 1881 - Balliol College, Oxford Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDegree/Qualif. - BA - 1881 - Oxford University Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsOccupation - Undergraduate - Apr 1881 - Balliol College, Oxford Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Apr 1881 - 14 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsOccupation - Assistant Master - abt 1882 - 1883 - Rugby School Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsOccupation - Assistant Master (Classics) - Sep 1883 - Dec 1886 - Westminster School Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarriage - < - 22 Dec 1883 - St Mary, Shortlands Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarriage - 22 Dec 1883 - St Mary, Shortlands Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDegree/Qualif. - MA - 1884 - Oxford University Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Aug 1886 - 19 Great College St, Westminster Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - abt 1887 - 1937 - Northcourt House, Abingdon Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Apr 1891 - Overthorpe House, Thornhill Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Mar 1901 - Eden Cottage, Beckenham Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Apr 1911 - Northcourt House, Abingdon Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDeath - Cause: Carcinoma of prostate - 04 Jan 1937 - Northcourt House, Abingdon Link to Google Earth
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  • Photos
    Meaburn and Clara Tatham with their granddaughter Barbara
    Meaburn and Clara Tatham with their granddaughter Barbara
    at Northcourt House, Abingdon, abt 1915
    Meaburn Talbot Tatham (1858-1937)
    Meaburn Talbot Tatham (1858-1937)
    Portrait in oils - 1920s
    Meaburn Talbot Tatham (1858-1937)
    Meaburn Talbot Tatham (1858-1937)
    studio photo abt 1888, by Lavender, of Bromley
    Tatham Crest on silverware
    Tatham Crest on silverware
    as used by Meaburn Tatham family

    Histories
    Meaburn Tatham (1858-1937)
    Meaburn Tatham (1858-1937)
    Obituary notices

  • Sources 
    1. [S02] BMD Index, marriage reg Bromley, 4Q1883.

    2. [S03] Family Members, MRT.

    3. [S06] Parish Registers, baptisms, Holy Trinity, Paddington, 1846-1905 (IGI), 24 Mar 1858.

    4. [S02] BMD Index, birth reg Kensington, 1Q1858.

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

    6. [S08] Family Trees & Websites, Knudsen tree.

    7. [S01] Census, UK, 1861.

    8. [S05] The Times, obituary, 05 Jan 1937.

    9. [S31] Oxford University Alumni.

    10. [S20] School and College Registers, Eton Who's Who.

    11. [S01] Census, UK, 1871.

    12. [S01] Census, UK, 1881.

    13. [S32] Birth Certificate, son Meaburn.

    14. [S20] School and College Registers, Westminster.

    15. [S11] Newspaper, Bromley Record, 01 Jan 1884.
      marriage notice

    16. [S57] Silvia Tatham - Diaries.

    17. [S01] Census, UK, 1891.

    18. [S01] Census, UK, 1901.

    19. [S38] City & County Directories, Kelly's Handbooks / Kelly's Directories.

    20. [S01] Census, UK, 1911.

    21. [S02] BMD Index, death reg Abingdon, 1Q1837.

    22. [S41] Death Certificate.

    23. [S14] National Probate Calendar.

    24. [S42] Charles Meaburn Tatham - Recollections.

    25. [S02] BMD Index, marriage reg Edmonton, 3Q1853.

    26. [S36] Marriage Certificate, 20 Jul 1853.