1931 - abt 2001 (69 years)
||Timothy Ivo Michael George Beardsworth [1, 2, 3, 4] |
- Name just Timothy Beardsworth in birth reg index.
||14 Dec 1931
[2, 4] |
||1951 - 1956
||University College, Oxford
; BA  |
||Kettlestone House, Fakenham
||Lecturer  |
||1977 - 1980
||Trinity College, Oxford
; Gordon Milburn Junior Research Fellow  |
||abt Oct 2001
[4, 7] |
- possibly = Timothy Beardsworth, author of "A Sense of Presence", publ Religious Experience Research Centre, Manchester College, Oxford (1977); and of "The flint-work inscription under the east window of Blythburgh church" Proceedings of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology and History, XXXVIII (1993).
- possibly = Tim Beardsworth, chairman of the Upper Wolvercote Association in 2001
||Tatham | Meaburn branch | Descendant|
||28 Aug 2012 |
||Herbert Ivo Trentham Beardsworth, b. 25 Mar 1899, Queensland, Australia , d. 09 Aug 1964, Cromer and District Hospital, Cromer (Age 65 years) |
||Betha Wenefrid Tatham, b. 13 Apr 1903, Whitwell, Herts , d. Feb 1999, Oxford (Age 95 years) |
||07 Nov 1928
||St Andrew, Great Ryburgh
[8, 9, 10] |
- Wedding at Ryburgh. Beardsworth--Tatham.
Of great interest to Ryburgh and district was the wedding at St. Andrew's Church, Great Ryburgh, on Wednesday, when the bride was Miss Betha Wenefrid Tatham, younger daughter of the Rev. F. H. and Mrs. Tatham, and the bridegroom Flight-Lieut. Herbert Ivo Trentham Beardsworth, eldest son of Mrs. Beardsworth and the late Mr. H. A. Beardsworth, of Muswell Hill. The bridegroom saw service in Mesopotamia during the war with the Air Force, and also in France and Russia, and after the war in Iraq. The Rev. F. H. Tatham, father of the bride, performed the marriage service, assisted by the Rev. W. D. Boycott, Rector of Upton, who gave the address. The service was fully choral, the organist being Mrs. J. A. Shaw, of Foulsham, and formerly organist at Ryburgh Church for ten years, until her marriage about a month ago. On the bride's arrival in the Church the hymn "O Perfect Love," to a special tune; Psalm lxvii, to a chant by Tallis, from Beethoven; before the address "O Holy Spirit, Lord of Grace," and while the registers were signed "Now thank we all our God" were sung. As the bridal party left the Church, Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" was played. The bride was attired in a dress of white georgette, with diamante trimming. Her veil of old Limerick lace, which belonged to her grandmother, was worn by the bride's mother, Mrs. F. H. Tatham, on the train of her own wedding dress. The bride was given away by her mother, her brothers being all abroad. She wore a pendant designed by her father. The bridesmaids were Miss D. M. H. Tatham, sister of the bride, and Miss M. Beardsworth, second sister of the bridegroom. They wore sunrise Celanese taffeta dresses, broad pan hats, and bronze shoes. They carried bouquets of tawny chrysanthemums, and tinted leaves. The bride carried a bouquet of Duchess of York and Emma Wright rosebuds, and white heather. The best man was Flight-Lieut. Burton, R.A.F. A reception was held in the Rectory Barn, and later the bride and bridegroom left for the honeymoon, on a motor car. The bride's travelling dress was a dark blue coat and skirt, felt hat, and wolf fur. The Church was decorated by Mrs. H. J. Smith, Mill House, Great Ryburgh. [Fakenham & Dereham Times, 09 Nov 1928]
||Family Group Sheet|
- [S03] Family Members, ARnJ.
- [S02] BMD Index, birth reg Hitchin, 1Q1932.
- [S51] Ryburgh Visitors Book.
- [S02] BMD Index, death reg Oxford, 1Q2002.
b 14 Dec 1931
- [S20] School and College Registers, Oxford University, 1962.
- [S14] National Probate Calendar.
sv Herbert Beardsworth
- [S07] Other Sources, Oxford University Gazette, Nov 2001.
- [S02] BMD Index, marriage reg Walsingham, 4Q1928.
Herbert I T Beardsworth = Bertha W Tatham
- [S05] The Times, marriage notice, 10 Nov 1928.
- [S11] Newspaper, Fakenham & Dereham Times, 09 Nov 1928.