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Frederick Hugh  Tatham

Frederick Hugh Tatham

Male 1868 - 1947  (78 years)


  • Name Frederick Hugh Tatham  [1, 2, 3, 4, 5
    Birth 17 Feb 1868  Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location   [1, 2, 5, 6, 7
    Baptism 22 Mar 1868  St Andrew, Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location   [2
    Residence Apr 1871  Rectory, Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location   [3
    Frederick Hugh Tatham (1868-1947)
    Frederick Hugh Tatham (1868-1947)
    abt 1871
    Education Apr 1881  Bengeo, Hertford Find all individuals with events at this location ; Rev Charles J Marshall's school  [4
    Residence Apr 1881  5 Warren Park, Bengeo, Hertford Find all individuals with events at this location   [4
    • boarder
    Education abt 1886 - 1889  Durham University Find all individuals with events at this location   [7
    • Was at Oxford for a short time, following his brothers William & Edward. Transferred to Durham because of poor health. [PCT].
      Not listed in Oxford Men 1880-1892, so presumably did not matriculate.
      Not Oxford but Cambridge per JDT
    Degree/Qualif. 1889  Durham University Find all individuals with events at this location ; BA  [7
    Education 1890  Wells Theological College Find all individuals with events at this location   [8
    Occupation Apr 1891  Student in Theology  [5
    Residence Apr 1891  St Paul's Vicarage, East Molesey Find all individuals with events at this location   [5
    Occupation abt May 1891 - 1892  St John the Divine, Kennington Find all individuals with events at this location ; Curate  [8
    Ordination 1892  Priest, Church of England  [7
    • by Bishop of Rochester [Crockford]
    • at Qu'Appelle, N W Canada [Curtis]
    Occupation 1892 - 1897  Qu'Appelle, SK Find all individuals with events at this location ; Missionary, SPG  [8, 9
    Residence - Jun 1893  Qu'Appelle, SK Find all individuals with events at this location   [8
    Marriage 22 Jun 1893  St Andrew, Kettering Find all individuals with events at this location   [7, 10, 11
    Helen Marie Thurnall,   b. 18 Jun 1862, Bedford Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 Sep 1967, Vicarage, Rougham Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Residence - Dec 1893  Grenfell, SK Find all individuals with events at this location   [9
    Residence 1894 - 1897  Broadview, SK Find all individuals with events at this location   [9
    Occupation 1897 - 1900  St Laurence, Northfield, Worcs Find all individuals with events at this location ; Curate  [8, 9
    Residence 1899  Church Cottage, Northfield, Worcs Find all individuals with events at this location   [9
    Occupation 1900 - 1904  All Saints, St Paul's Walden Find all individuals with events at this location ; Curate  [8
    Occupation Mar 1901  Priest of the Church of England (Curate)  [12
    Residence Mar 1901  High St, St Pauls Walden Find all individuals with events at this location   [12
    Occupation abt May 1904 - Mar 1910  St Hybald, Scawby Find all individuals with events at this location ; Vicar  [9
    Residence abt May 1904 - Mar 1910  Vicarage, Scawby Find all individuals with events at this location   [9
    Degree/Qualif. 1909  Durham University Find all individuals with events at this location ; MA  [7
    Occupation Apr 1910 - Jan 1947  St Andrew, Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location ; Rector  [6, 7, 9, 13
    • St. Andrew's, Great Ryburgh.
      On the arrival of the present Rector in this Parish in April 1910, he found that the Board of Education demanded certain additions and improvements in the Church Schools involving the raising of 200. This he managed to do and the whole sum was raised and a loan, bearing no interest from the Diocesan Association for Church Schools, for a year was repaid within three months of the time it was lent. The next thing which required taking in hand was the Church, part of which dates from Saxon days. The churchyard ground had been allowed to encroach on the walls & the level outside in some places was over 2 feet above the floor level of the Church. This made the walls very damp and there were patches of green mould on them. A trench had therefore to be built and the water carried away. Then the roof needed repair and spouting put up. After that the interior was taken in hand and acting on plans prepared by the celebrated Architect J. N. Comper Esq., a new West gallery for organ & choir was built, a restoration of what had been in very ancient days. Then the chancel was closed and the interior roof strengthened & beautified & the old levels of the 14th century restored, together with piscina & sedilia. The East window was restored to its original dimensions, and a new Reredos and Altar, given by the Widow & children in memory of the Rev: George E. Tatham (father of the present Rector) who had been Rector of the Parish for 25 years (1859-1884). Added to this it was necessary to put in some new form of heating apparatus, as that formerly in use either filled the Church with coke fumes & gas or did not heat the Church at all. A hot water installation with radiators was therefore installed. The total cost (not counting the Reredos & Altar, etc) amounted to over 1,000. The work was finished and dedicated by the Rt. Rev. Dr. Bowers, Bishop of Thetford, on St. Andrew's Day (Nov. 30th) 1912.
      About 700 has already been collected leaving a debt of nearly 350, therefore it has been necessary to sent out this appeal.
      Contributions will be gratefully acknowledged by: The Rev. F. H. Tatham, Ryburgh Rectory, Norfolk;
      or can be sent directly to: Messrs. Barclay & Co., The Bank, Fakenham, Norfolk, made payable to The Ryburgh Church Fabric Fund.
    St Andrew, Great Ryburgh
    St Andrew, Great Ryburgh
    Interior in 1906, after the 1860s restoration under George Edmund Tatham & before that of 1910-12 under his son Frederick Hugh
    Residence Apr 1910 - Jan 1947  Rectory, Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location   [9, 13
    Occupation Apr 1911  Clerk in Holy Orders, Church of England  [14
    Residence Apr 1911  Rectory, Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location   [14
    Event 1938  Illness  [15
    • My dear Parishioners,
      As most of you know by now my short holiday was of no avail, as I was taken ill within 3 days of my leaving home and at once, on my return, had to consult Dr. Starling. I am encouraged to hope that by the treatment Dr. Starling is giving me, and by adhering to his orders to go "dead slow," I may be enabled to carry on. One thing you can all do to help and that is "Pray for me."
      This leads me so to something I much want you to consider--that is "Prayer." We have had very clear evidence of the wondrous results of prayer. Whatever else we may think and say, no one in their senses can deny that "Peace" came as a definite and clear answer to "Prayer." God forbid, that we, who are now enjoying the fruits of peace, should cease from prayer. Churches, not only in England but also on the continent were crowded with people on Sunday, October 2nd, returning thanks to God, for "Peace" which, I think I may say the majority had given up hope of seeing. But are we to cease to pray and thank God for all His many gifts, His love, compassion and forbearance with us his wayward, and ungrateful children. Ceasing to pray, we cease to breathe and cease to have union with our Saviour and God.
      I cannot allow this letter to go out, without a few words about my very dear brother, who passed to the better life on St. Luke's Day. I am told that in spite of the awful agony and suffering endured by him that he was to all those who came near him, so thankful for any little help given, so thoughtful for the future of all, so loving and tender. One who has been assisting in the Parish said at the Service of "Vespers for the dead" on Thursday evening, that 3 special features stood out in his opinion, in the character of Fr. William Meaburn Tatham--(1) His real and intense belief in God, (2) His deep love for the Church, (3) His intense love for those committed to his charge,his parishioners, a love that never wavered or ceased in spite of failure and lapse from the sacraments--and he added one other feature which was his fortitude. For 46 years he was Vicar of Cantley, Doncaster, and saw it grow from 2 small hamlets to an over-grown parish that now requires a third church and to be divided into 2 parishes. He was a native of this parish, born at the Rectory over 76 years ago and baptized in the Church. May he rest in peace and may light perpetual shine upon him--may I add he was a true and affectionate father and brother.
      [Ryburgh Parish Magazine, Nov 1938]

      Note: Frederick Hugh Tatham, Rector of Ryburgh Parish, wrote the above towards the end of Oct 1938.
      His elder brother William Meaburn Tatham died at Cantley Vicarage on 18 Oct 1938.
      The phrase "Peace for our time" was pronounced by the Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain after signing the Munich Agreement with Adolf Hitler on 30 Sep 1938.
    Frederick Hugh Tatham (1868-1947)
    Frederick Hugh Tatham (1868-1947)
    Letter from Ryburgh churchwardens during his illness in 1938
    Frederick Hugh Tatham (1868-1947)
    Frederick Hugh Tatham (1868-1947)
    after a wedding at Great Ryburgh in 1939
    Death 19 Jan 1947  Rectory, Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location   [6, 16
    • On Jan 19, 1947, the Rev Frederick Hugh Tatham, Rector of Great Ryburgh from 1910, aged 78. Funeral 11 am, Wednesday. No flowers. [The Times, Mon 20 Jan 1947]
    • In memory of Frederick Hugh Tatham, M.A., Priest. Rector of this parish Apr 1910 - Jan 1947. Rural Dean of the Brisley Deanery 1931 - 1947. Born 17 Feb 1868. Died 19 Jan 1947. If any seek for a memorial, look around. [M.I. St Andrew, Great Ryburgh]
    Frederick Hugh Tatham (1868-1947)
    Frederick Hugh Tatham (1868-1947)
    Memorial Tablet in Great Ryburgh Church
    Burial 22 Jan 1947  St Andrew, Great Ryburgh Find all individuals with events at this location   [6, 17
    • In grateful memory of Frederick Hugh Tatham, Priest, Rector of this parish 1930-1946.
      Born 17th February 1868. Died 19th January 1947. Jesus mercy.
      Also of his wife Helen Maria. Born 18th June 1862. Died 18th September 1967.
      [Flat gravestone in Gt Ryburgh churchyard - much eroded by 18 Mar 2010]
    • Burial service conducted by John, Bishop of Thetford [Great Ryburgh parish register] [but cf newspaper report below]
    • Rev. F. H. Tatham. Long service to Church and country.
      A long record of service to the Church and to public life of Norfolk was closed on Sunday with the death at his home of the Rev. F. H. Tatham, Rector of Ryburgh and formerly Rural Dean of Brisley. He was 78, and had been confined in the house for some weeks.
      Mr. Tatham was born at Ryburgh, and it was in 1910 that he returned to his native village as the Rector. Previously, he had held appointments in London, Canada, Warwickshire, Hertfordshire, and Lincolnshire.
      Only recently he resigned as Rural Dean of Brisley. He also gave up his membership of committees of the Walsingham R.D.C., of which he had been chairman in 1938.
      Mr. Tatham will be keenly missed in Great and Little Ryburgh, Gately and Testerton, where he had carried out many unostentatious acts of kindness, and in a much wider field.
      He leaves a widow, two sons and two daughters.
      The funeral
      A requiem was held in Great Ryburgh Parish Church on Wednesday morning for the Rev. F. H. Tatham, conducted by the Rev. L. A. Gilbert.
      This was followed later by a funeral service, conducted by the Rev. A. Hope-Patten [Fr Alfred Hope Patten (1885-1958), Administrator of the Shrine of Our Lady at Walsingham].
      The immediate mourners were:
      The widow, Miss D. Tatham, Major and Mrs. F. H. T. Tatham, Mrs H. Beardsworth, Mr. E. Tatham, Miss Lightfoot ['Queenie', niece of his wife Helen], Mr. A. Tatham, Miss E. B. Tatham, Canon and Mrs. B. C. Molony, and Mrs. J. Clayton.
      Among the Clergy present were: [...], Canon B. V. Molony [= B. C. Molony above] (Worksop), [...].
      The "Joppa" Lodge of Freemasons was represented by the following brethren: [...].
      Among those also included in the large congregation were: [...].
      The Bishop of Thetford (Dr. Woodhouse) officiated at the committal in the churchyard.
      A request had been made that donations should go to the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital in lieu of wreaths, and among those who brought subscriptions for the Hospital were Ryburgh schoolchildren.
      [Local paper, possibly Norfolk Chronicle, abt 24 Jan 1947]
    Probate 24 Oct 1947  Norwich Find all individuals with events at this location ; 1,406 5s. 6d.  [18
    • Tatham the reverend Frederick Hugh of The Rectory Great Ryburgh Norfolk died 19 January 1947 Probate Norwich 24 October to Frederick Hugh Thurnall Tatham major H.M. army George Laurence Tatham trout breeder and Thomas Doggett Savory solicitor. Effects 1406 5s. 6d. [NPC]
    Notes 
    • Devotee of the established church, at the very 'high' end of the spectrum. He dressed up in coloured clothes to take the Sunday service and wore a biretta, doffing it at every mention of the Lord's name. He burned incense, rang bells, and it all seemed much more important, as a form of service, than matins.
      He had a 'short fuse'. He would explode and roar down the table at whatever offended him. Often the target was his diminutive wife.
      [A Book of Jeremiah]
    • Had a bad motor cycle accident as a young man and temporarily lost all his hair [JDTT]
    • The Lord Roberts Memorial Fund for Workshops for Disabled Soldiers and Sailors.
      The Incorporated Soldiers' and Sailors' Help Society.
      Seventh List of Donations: Rev F H Tatham: 5-0-0.
      [The Times, 05 Jun 1915]
    • Tatham, Frederick Hugh. Church Cottage, Northfield, Birmingham. Univ. Coll. Durham B.A. 1889. Wells Coll. 1890. Deacon 1891, Gibraltar for Rochester. Priest 1892, Rochester. Curate of Northfield, Dio. Worcester 1897. Formerly Curate of St John's Div. Kennington 1892; S.P.G. Mission at Broadview, N.W. Canada, 1892-97. [Crockford 1897]
    • Rev. Frederick-Hugh, b. 17 Feb., 1868; B.A., Dunelm, 1889; M.A.,1909. Pr., 1892, Qu'Appelle. Rector of Great Ryburgh, Fakenham, co. Norfolk, since 1909. Patron - Charles M. Tatham [his uncle]. [Curtis citing Crockford's]
    Person ID I0084  Tatham | Meaburn branch | Descendant - male line
    Last Modified 30 Sep 2013 

    Father 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) 
    Mother Elizabeth Susan Block,   b. 26 Jul 1834, Kentish Town Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 02 Jul 1917, 10 Hanover House, High St, St John's Wood Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 82 years) 
    Marriage 13 Oct 1857  St Michael, Highgate Find all individuals with events at this location   [7, 19, 20, 21
    • 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.
    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
    Family ID F0017  Family Group Sheet

    Family Helen Marie Thurnall,   b. 18 Jun 1862, Bedford Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 18 Sep 1967, Vicarage, Rougham Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 105 years) 
    Marriage 22 Jun 1893  St Andrew, Kettering Find all individuals with events at this location   [7, 10, 11
    • On 22nd June, at St Andrew's Church, Kettering, by the Hon and Right Rev Bishop Anson, late Bishop of Qu'Appelle, Canada, assisted by the Rev G E Tatham, Vicar of St Paul's, East Moulsey, father of the bridegroom, the Rev. Frederick Hugh Tatham, of the diocese of Qu'Appelle, to Helen Maria, daughter of the late William Thurnall, Esq, of Bedford [Manchester Times]
    Notes 
    • 3 servants in Mar 1901.
      4 servants in Apr 1911: governess, parlourmaid, cook, housemaid.
    Children 
     1. Drina Mary Helen Tatham,   b. 16 Sep 1894, Broadview, SK Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 09 May 1984, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King's Lynn Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 89 years)
    +2. Frederick Hugh Thurnall Tatham,   b. 18 May 1896, Broadview, SK Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 20 Oct 1994, 12 Common Lane, Sheringham Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 98 years)
    +3. George Laurence Tatham,   b. 18 Sep 1899, Church Cottage, Northfield, Worcs Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. abt May 1978, Norton, Malton Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years)
     4. Terence Howard Tatham,   b. 14 Nov 1900, Whitwell, Herts Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 09 Feb 1942, Singapore Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 41 years)
    +5. Betha Wenefrid Tatham,   b. 13 Apr 1903, Whitwell, Herts Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Feb 1999, Oxford Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 95 years)
     6. Rupert Theodore Tatham,   b. abt May 1905, Scawby Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. abt Aug 1905, Scawby Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 0 years)
    Photos
    St Andrew, Great Ryburgh
    St Andrew, Great Ryburgh
    George Edmund Tatham, Rector, 1859-1884
    Frederick Hugh Tatham, Rector, 1910-1947
    St Hybald, Scawby
    St Hybald, Scawby
    Frederick Hugh Tatham, Vicar, 1904-1910
    Rectory, Great Ryburgh
    Rectory, Great Ryburgh
    Ryburgh Rectory children
    Ryburgh Rectory children
    unidentified, about 1912
    Histories
    The Tatham family and Ryburgh parish, Norfolk
    The Tatham family and Ryburgh parish, Norfolk
    Qu'Appelle and its links with the family
    Qu'Appelle and its links with the family
    Albums
    Ryburgh Visitors Book
    Ryburgh Visitors Book (80)
    Visitors Book of Frederick & Helen Tatham
    Last Modified 10 Aug 2013 
    Family ID F0036  Family Group Sheet

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    Link to Google MapsBirth - 17 Feb 1868 - Great Ryburgh Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBaptism - 22 Mar 1868 - St Andrew, Great Ryburgh Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Apr 1871 - Rectory, Great Ryburgh Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEducation - Rev Charles J Marshall's school - Apr 1881 - Bengeo, Hertford Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Apr 1881 - 5 Warren Park, Bengeo, Hertford Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEducation - abt 1886 - 1889 - Durham University Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDegree/Qualif. - BA - 1889 - Durham University Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEducation - 1890 - Wells Theological College Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Apr 1891 - St Paul's Vicarage, East Molesey Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsOccupation - Curate - abt May 1891 - 1892 - St John the Divine, Kennington Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsOccupation - Missionary, SPG - 1892 - 1897 - Qu'Appelle, SK Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - - Jun 1893 - Qu'Appelle, SK Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarriage - < - 22 Jun 1893 - St Andrew, Kettering Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsMarriage - 22 Jun 1893 - St Andrew, Kettering Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - - Dec 1893 - Grenfell, SK Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - 1894 - 1897 - Broadview, SK Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsOccupation - Curate - 1897 - 1900 - St Laurence, Northfield, Worcs Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - 1899 - Church Cottage, Northfield, Worcs Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsOccupation - Curate - 1900 - 1904 - All Saints, St Paul's Walden Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Mar 1901 - High St, St Pauls Walden Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsOccupation - Vicar - abt May 1904 - Mar 1910 - St Hybald, Scawby Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - abt May 1904 - Mar 1910 - Vicarage, Scawby Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDegree/Qualif. - MA - 1909 - Durham University Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsOccupation - Rector - Apr 1910 - Jan 1947 - St Andrew, Great Ryburgh Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Apr 1910 - Jan 1947 - Rectory, Great Ryburgh Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsResidence - Apr 1911 - Rectory, Great Ryburgh Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDeath - 19 Jan 1947 - Rectory, Great Ryburgh Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBurial - 22 Jan 1947 - St Andrew, Great Ryburgh Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsProbate - 1,406 5s. 6d. - 24 Oct 1947 - Norwich Link to Google Earth
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    Frederick Hugh Tatham (1868-1947)
    Frederick Hugh Tatham (1868-1947)
    George Edmund Tatham & Elizabeth Susan Block
    George Edmund Tatham & Elizabeth Susan Block
    Golden Wedding, 13 Oct 1907

    Histories
    Great Ryburgh
    Great Ryburgh
    by The Rev. F. H. Tatham

  • Sources 
    1. [S02] BMD Index, birth reg Walsingham, 1Q1868.

    2. [S06] Parish Registers, baptisms, St Andrew, Great Ryburgh, 22 Mar 1868.
      b 17 Feb 1868

    3. [S01] Census, UK, 1871.

    4. [S01] Census, UK, 1881.

    5. [S01] Census, UK, 1891.
      age 23

    6. [S05] The Times, death notice, 20 Jan 1947.
      age 78

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

    8. [S16] Crockford's Clerical Directory.

    9. [S51] Ryburgh Visitors Book.

    10. [S02] BMD Index, marriage reg Kettering, 2Q1893.

    11. [S11] Newspaper, Manchester Times, 30 Jun 1893.
      marriage notice

    12. [S01] Census, UK, 1901.

    13. [S23] Monumental Inscription, St Andrew, Great Ryburgh.

    14. [S01] Census, UK, 1911.

    15. [S07] Other Sources, Ryburgh Parish Magazine, Nov 1938.

    16. [S02] BMD Index, death reg Fakenham, 1Q1947.

    17. [S06] Parish Registers, burials, Great Ryburgh, 22 Jan 1947.

    18. [S14] National Probate Calendar.

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

    20. [S28] Family Bible.

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