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Charles Meaburn  Tatham

Charles Meaburn Tatham

Male 1828 - 1924  (95 years)


  • Name Charles Meaburn Tatham  [1, 2, 3
    • I was named Charles Meaburn: Charles in memory of my Uncle Charles who had died of consumption, Meaburn after my Father, who was called Meaburn (the Smith's family name). [Charles Meaburn Tatham - Recollections.]
    Known as "Pubsey" 
    Birth 21 Sep 1828  45 Torrington Square, Bloomsbury Find all individuals with events at this location   [3, 4, 5
    • Inow come to talk about my uninteresting self. Iwas born, as Ihave been told, at 9 o'clock in the morning on a St. Matthew's Day and a Sunday, the 21st of September 1828. [Charles Meaburn Tatham, "Recollections"]
    • 21st Sept. 1828 - Charles Meaburn Son of Meaburn & Elizth. Tatham was born at nine o'Clock on Sunday Morning [Family Bible]
    Baptism 21 Sep 1828  45 Torrington Square, Bloomsbury Find all individuals with events at this location   [3
    • My parents to their great grief had lost two children, a boy and girl, before Iwas born. Iwas a very unpromising looking infant, very delicate, and appearing unlikely to live, so that very shortly after my appearance Iwas privately baptised by one of my Uncles, the Rev. William Tatham. My Father, as Ihave been told by my dear Mother, said that Iwas such a miserable and delicate child that my birth was a judgment on her for having prayed so earnestly for another child after the loss of her two little children. [5]
    • Baptized on the Evening of the same Day by the Revd. Wm. Tatham [3]
    Christening 04 Jan 1831  St Michael Paternoster Royal, London Find all individuals with events at this location   [3, 6
    • My brother George was ... baptised at St. Katharine's Tower of London, by our Grandfather [Rev. George Louisa Nicolay], as he was always called, my Mother's Guardian, and I was received into the Church at the same time. [Charles Meaburn Tatham - Recollections.]
    • Christened at St. Michaels Royal College Hill London on the 4th Jany. 1831. [Family Bible]
    Charles Meaburn Tatham (1828-1924) and 
George Edmund Tatham (1830-1910)
    Charles Meaburn Tatham (1828-1924) and George Edmund Tatham (1830-1910)
    Baptism register
    Residence 1836 - 1853  Merton Lodge, Highgate Find all individuals with events at this location   [5
    Education Jul 1836 - Dec 1843  Highgate School Find all individuals with events at this location   [5, 7
    Residence Jun 1841  Mill Field Lane, Highgate Find all individuals with events at this location   [4
    Education Feb 1844 - Jun 1847  Sedbergh School Find all individuals with events at this location   [8
    Education 1847 - 1851  St John's College, Cambridge Find all individuals with events at this location   [8
    Degree/Qualif. 1851  Cambridge University Find all individuals with events at this location ; BA  [8
    Education Mar 1851 - May 1854  Lincoln's Inn, Holborn Find all individuals with events at this location   [8
    Occupation Mar 1851  Member of Lincolns Inn  [9
    Residence Mar 1851  2 Highgate Hill on the left, Highgate Find all individuals with events at this location   [9
    Occupation Jul 1853  Student at Law  [10
    Residence Jul 1853  Highgate Find all individuals with events at this location   [10
    Marriage 20 Jul 1853  St Michael, Highgate Find all individuals with events at this location   [1, 5, 8, 10
    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 
    Degree/Qualif. 31 Mar 1854  Cambridge University Find all individuals with events at this location ; MA  [8, 11
    Occupation Apr 1861  Barrister-at-Law  [12
    Residence Apr 1861  6 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington Find all individuals with events at this location   [12
    Occupation Apr 1871  Barrister in Practice & Landowner  [13
    Residence Apr 1871  14 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington Find all individuals with events at this location   [13
    Occupation Apr 1881  Barrister-in-Practice  [14
    Residence Apr 1881  14 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington Find all individuals with events at this location   [14
    Residence Dec 1883  14 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington Find all individuals with events at this location   [15
    • also resid Emberton
    Occupation Apr 1891  Barrister Solicitor  [16
    Residence Apr 1891  14 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington Find all individuals with events at this location   [16
    Residence 1895  Emberton Find all individuals with events at this location   [17
    Occupation abt 1897 - 1901  Director, City of London Real Property Company  [18
    • Not established how long he was a director of CLRPC or what his activities were.
      His granddaughter Silvia Tatham (1885-1958) recalled: Pubsey was a Director of the City of London Real Property Company, and had a good many meetings in London; he was very good at all kinds of business connected with property and investment.
    Occupation Mar 1901  Barrister (Retired)  [19
    Residence Mar 1901  14 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington Find all individuals with events at this location   [19
    Event 1910  Norwood Farm, Effingham Find all individuals with events at this location ; Property  [20
    • In his will, written 11 Jul 1910, Charles Meaburn Tatham left "my farm called Norwood Farm consisting of about one hundred and ten acres situate near Effingham in the County of Surrey together with the copyhold cottage orchard and premises held therewith unto and to the use of my said son Meaburn Talbot his heirs and assigns for ever".
      It is not known how Charles came to be the owner of Norwood farm. It was one of his several properties, including Keeling Hall Farm, Foulsham and a cottage near Erpingham, as well as Cary Castle, Torquay, and the house at Emberton.
      Between 1912 and 1928 it was let to Frederick Hemus as a tenant famer. His grand-daughter Doreen was born there in 1921. She recorded her memories of it nearly 90 years later. She talked fondly of life on the farm and in Effingham village in those days. The family were sorry when they had to leave: "Grandad was 16 years at Norwood Farm. He loved it, but a wealthy Russian man bought the farm. Had Grandad known it was up for sale he would have loved to have bought it, but he was just too late. This was in 1928". [for full interview visit oral histories on Effingham Parish Council website].
      Norwood Farm is still a family home, beautifully restored and maintained, with the gardens opened to the public once a year [for details and pictures see NGS website, accessed 19 Sep 2012].
    Norwood Farm, Effingham
    Norwood Farm, Effingham
    Owned by Charles Meaburn Tatham in 1910
    Occupation Apr 1911  Barrister-at-law  [21
    Residence Apr 1911  Emberton Find all individuals with events at this location   [21
    Residence Jan 1916  Emberton Find all individuals with events at this location   [22
    Residence aft Aug 1918  Cary Castle, St Marychurch Find all individuals with events at this location   [5, 8
    Death 12 Jul 1924  Cary Castle, St Marychurch Find all individuals with events at this location   [2, 8, 23, 24
    • On the 12th July, at St. Marychurch, S. Devon, Charles Meaburn Tatham, M.A., Barrister-at-Law, aged 95 years. R.I.P. No flowers. [The Times, 15 Jul 1924]
    • When they got to Cary Castle they found darling Pubsey much worse, & unconscious. They stayed with him, & Daddy did not leave him till 12.0. He lived through the next day, and died at 2 a.m. on Saturday morning. No pain or suffering, just, I think, what we would wish for him, and I am so glad. [Silvia Tatham, diary, 13 Jul 1924]
    Burial 15 Jul 1924  St Mary, St Marychurch Find all individuals with events at this location   [25
    • On my Calendar for the day of the funeral (Tuesday 15th) was "The Righteous shall be in everlasting remembrance." [...]
      It was a most beautiful day. There was a Requiem in their own little Chapel at 9 o'clock, and Felicity played the Organ for the hymn.
      At 12.15 we all walked up the drive to the Church, for the other service at 12.30. They sang The King of Love my Shepherd is, to the old simple tune in Hymns A. & M., and Light's abode Celestial Salem. It was terribly pathetic, and yet one felt so happy.
      The grave is near the Church. The Churchyard was full of sunshine. [Silvia Tatham, diary, 26 Jul 1924]
    Probate 12 Sep 1924  London Find all individuals with events at this location ; 137,922 11s. 10d.  [26
    • Tatham Charles Meaburn of Cary Castle St Mary's Church Torquay died 12 July 1924 Probate London 12 September to Jessie Elizabeth Tatham spinster Meaburn Talbot Tatham and Meaburn Tatham esquires. Effects 137922 11s. 10d. [NPC]
    • Net personal estate 129,822. [endorsement on copy of will]
    Notes 
    • I have been told that my nurse, when I was a baby, and my Mother was staying for a few weeks at Broadstairs, used to carry me down when fine to the sea-shore, and walk about with me at 6 o'clock in the morning in order that I might get a good sleep. She was devoted to me, and told people that I should not have lived had I not possessed a sweet temper. When I was older she used to exhibit a small shoe of mine to show what a small foot I had. [Charles Tatham Recollections]
    • Adm. pens. at St John's, June 29, 1847. [Eldest] s. of Meaburn, solicitor, of Bloomsbury (and Elizabeth). B. Sept. 21, 1828, in London. School [Highgate Grammar and] Sedbergh (Mr Evans). Matric. Michs. 1847; B.A. 1851; M.A. 1854. Adm. at Lincoln's Inn, Mar. 20, 1851. Called to the Bar, May 1, 1853. Equity Draftsman and Conveyancer. A Governor of King's College Hospital, London. Steward of the Sons of the Clergy Corporation. Married, July 20, 1853, Elizabeth, only child of Thomas Collingridge, of Highgate. Died July 12, 1924, at Cary Castle, St Marychurch, Devon. Brother of Meaburn S. (1850); father of Herbert F. W. (1881). (Eagle, XLIV. 101; Law Lists; Inns of Court; Foster, Men at the Bar; The Times, July 15, 1924.) [Cambridge University Alumni]
    • Hampstead Heath Extension -- The Committee for the Purchase of Parliament-hill and other Lands adjoining Hampstead-heath have received the following promises towards the sum of 52,500, which they have undertaken to raise by subscription for carrying out this great scheme:-- [...] Highgate [...] Mr. Allen Block - 250; Mrs. John Tatham - 100; Mr. T. C. Tatham - 50; Mr. C. M. Tatham - 50; [...] [The Times, 12 Nov 1887]
      Contributions received since the 22d Nov.:-- [...] The Execrs. of the late Mr.Meaburn Tatham - 100. [The Times, 26 Nov 1887]
    • The Llanerch Colliery Accident: Mansion House Fund: Fourth List of Subscriptions: C. M. Tatham, Esq. 5-0-0. [The Times, 22 Feb 1890]
    • The Times Fund for the Sick and Wounded: "Our Day": list of private contributions: C M Tatham Esq: 5. [The Times, 24 Nov 1915]
    Person ID I0037  Tatham | Meaburn branch | Descendant - male line
    Last Modified 07 Jan 2014 

    Father Meaburn Tatham,   b. 14 Dec 1784, Barton, Whittingham Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 02 Apr 1875, Merton Lodge, Highgate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 90 years) 
    Mother Elizabeth Parker,   b. 30 Oct 1799, Durham Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Jan 1872, Merton Lodge, Highgate Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years) 
    Marriage 29 Apr 1824  St Katharine-by-the-Tower, London Find all individuals with events at this location   [3, 8, 27, 28, 29
    • Marriage settlement of Meaburn Tatham of Lincolns Inn, gentleman and Elizabeth Parker of St Catherine's Cloisters near the Tower of London. 27 April 1824. [Durham Diocesan Records, Add.MS. 1632/7]
    • Minister: G F L Nicolay [her guardian]. Witnesses: Thomas Porrett Hayes [1772-1850, solicitor in Bloomsbury], Sarah Jane Mitchell [her sister], Hannah Maria Wells, [...] Parker [unidentified], William Mitchell [her brother-in-law]. [Sarah Jane Parker & William Mitchell were married 2 months earlier on 24 Feb 1824, at the same church, by the same minister and with 2 of the same witnesses]
    Meaburn Tatham & Elizabeth Parker
    Meaburn Tatham & Elizabeth Parker
    Marriage register
    Notes 
    • It is curious fact that one day, two or three years it may be before our going to Highgate, my Father and a friend of his, taking a long walk from Town, reached a field on the left of West Hill, Highgate, from which there was a beautiful view, comprising Caen Wood, a large pond, almost like a small lake in the next field between them and the open country as far, I believe, as Dutton Gap in Surrey. Stopping there for a few moments my father said: "This is the spot where I should like to build a house if I was ever to build one". It was the very spot where, two or three years later, he did build his house. It was, I think in the year 1834 that we left London and went into lodgings in Highgate, when the building began. [Charles Tatham, Recollections]
    • (about the cottage on Highgate Hill where the family lived before Merton Lodge was completed). My Father returning home one evening from Town found my Mother in the little front garden shedding tears of despair because she could not get all the furniture - which had been brought from where it had been stored, I suppose - put inside the house. She was sitting in the midst of it, like Marius on the ruins of Carthage. It was all ultimately put in. [Charles Tatham, Recollections]
    • Sunday, August 6th 1837. ... in the evening we took a walk up Milfield Lane & went to look at the new house which young Mr Tatham [sic; then aged 52] is building for himself; it is a very nice one & the situation lovely; ... . [Diary of Parthenia Pardoe, wife of Allen Williams Block. Their daughter Elizabeth (Betha) married Meaburn Tatham's son George at Highgate, 20 years later. ]
    • Merton Lane was cut when Mr Meaburn Tatham built Merton Lodge, now in the possession of Mr John Glover, J.P. It was an ancient footpath leading across the fields in Hampstead; it was a field path in the time of Coleridge and was his favourite and constant walk. [John H Lloyd, History of Highgate, 1888]
    • 1861 census: 3 live-in servants + 3 next door.
    • In Apr 1881 Merton Lodge was the residence of John Glover, shipowner, age 51 b South Shields, his wife Louisa and 5 children.
    Photos
    Merton Lodge, Highgate
    Merton Lodge, Highgate
    Only known image of house in 20th century. Cropped from photo of former Holly Court School, closed 02 Aug 1990. Building then demolished and built over.
    Merton Lodge Coach House, Highgate.
    Merton Lodge Coach House, Highgate.
    Photo abt 1900.
    Part of Merton Lodge, formerly the home of Meaburn Tatham (1784-1875) & family.
    Merton Lodge, Highgate
    Merton Lodge, Highgate
    In about 1888.
    Home of Meaburn Tatham (1784-1875) and family from its construction in 1838; house & contents sold after his death.
    Meaburn Tathams: Family grave
    Meaburn Tathams: Family grave
    Churchyard of St Andrew's, Great Ryburgh
    Meaburn Tathams: Family grave
    Meaburn Tathams: Family grave
    Detail of headstone showing damaged lettering
    Meaburn Tatham Family Vault
    Meaburn Tatham Family Vault
    Plaque set in south wall of St Andrew's Church, Great Ryburgh
    Meaburn Tathams - Family Grave at Great Ryburgh
    Meaburn Tathams - Family Grave at Great Ryburgh
    Documents
    Family Bible - Meaburn Tathams
    Family Bible - Meaburn Tathams
    Page 3: 1825-1831
    Family Bible - Meaburn Tathams
    Family Bible - Meaburn Tathams
    Page 4: 1832-1872
    Family Bible - Meaburn Tathams
    Family Bible - Meaburn Tathams
    Page 6: 1872-1917
    Histories
    The Tatham family and Ryburgh parish, Norfolk
    The Tatham family and Ryburgh parish, Norfolk
    Family ID F0013  Family Group Sheet

    Family 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    [5
    Marriage 20 Jul 1853  St Michael, Highgate Find all individuals with events at this location   [1, 5, 8, 10
    • 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]
    Children 
     1. Jessie Elizabeth Tatham,   b. 24 Jun 1854, 6 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 16 Jun 1942, Cary Castle, St Marychurch Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 87 years)
     2. Meaburn Collingridge Tatham,   b. 31 Jul 1856, 6 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 19 May 1857, 6 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 0 years)
    +3. Meaburn Talbot Tatham,   b. 09 Feb 1858, 6 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 04 Jan 1937, Northcourt House, Abingdon Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years)
     4. Herbert Francis William Tatham,   b. 02 Dec 1861, 6 Cleveland Gardens, Paddington Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 04 Aug 1909, Chamonix, France Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 47 years)
    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
    Last Modified 20 Sep 2012 
    Family ID F0006  Family Group Sheet

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    Link to Google MapsBirth - 21 Sep 1828 - 45 Torrington Square, Bloomsbury Link to Google Earth
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    Link to Google MapsChristening - 04 Jan 1831 - St Michael Paternoster Royal, London Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - 1836 - 1853 - Merton Lodge, Highgate Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEducation - Jul 1836 - Dec 1843 - Highgate School Link to Google Earth
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    Link to Google MapsDegree/Qualif. - MA - 31 Mar 1854 - Cambridge University Link to Google Earth
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  • Photos
    Charles Meaburn Tatham & descendants
    Charles Meaburn Tatham & descendants
    abt 1921, possibly at Cary Castle
    Charles Meaburn Tatham (Pubsey) (1828-1924)
    Charles Meaburn Tatham (Pubsey) (1828-1924)
    about 1915

    Documents
    Charles Meaburn Tatham (1828-1924)
    Charles Meaburn Tatham (1828-1924)
    Will with 4 codicils, proved 12 Sep 1924

    Histories
    Charles Meaburn Tatham (1828-1924)
    Charles Meaburn Tatham (1828-1924)
    Recollections

  • Sources 
    1. [S02] BMD Index, marriage reg Edmonton, 3Q1853.

    2. [S03] Family Members, MRT.

    3. [S28] Family Bible, Meaburn Tathams.

    4. [S01] Census, UK, 1841.
      age 13

    5. [S42] Charles Meaburn Tatham - Recollections.

    6. [S06] Parish Registers, baptisms, St Michael Paternoster Royal, 04 Jan 1831.
      b 21 Sep 1828

    7. [S20] School and College Registers, Highgate.

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

    9. [S01] Census, UK, 1851.

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

    11. [S11] Newspaper, Bury and Norwich Post, 05 Apr 1854.

    12. [S01] Census, UK, 1861.

    13. [S01] Census, UK, 1871.

    14. [S01] Census, UK, 1881.

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

    16. [S01] Census, UK, 1891.

    17. [S20] School and College Registers, Sedbergh School Register.
      cited by Curtis

    18. [S07] Other Sources, Directory of Directors.

    19. [S01] Census, UK, 1901.

    20. [S48] Will, Charles Meaburn Tatham, 11 Jul 1910.
      proved 12 Sep 1924

    21. [S01] Census, UK, 1911.

    22. [S05] The Times, death notice of wife.

    23. [S02] BMD Index, death reg Newton Abbot, 3Q1924.

    24. [S05] The Times, death notice, 15 Jul 1924.

    25. [S57] Silvia Tatham - Diaries, dairies, 26 Jul 1924.

    26. [S14] National Probate Calendar.

    27. [S06] Parish Registers, marriages, St Katharine-by-the-Tower, 29 Apr 1824.

    28. [S53] Marriage Licence, Faculty Office Marriage Licence Allegations, 27 Apr 1824.

    29. [S22] IGI / BVRI, batch M019072.