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45 Torrington Square, Bloomsbury



 

Notes: "My parents at the time of my birth [21 Sep 1828] were living in my Father's house, 45 Torrington Square, Bloomsbury, a long leasehold house, which I believe he bought just after it was built." [Charles Tatham, Reminiscences].
Torrington Square was developed in the 1820s/1830s and consisted of elegant late Georgian terraces. Famous residents included Christina Rosetti, at no. 30 (still standing) and, briefly, Gustav Mahler.
The entire square was sold by the Bedford Estate in the 1950s to London University. Most of it has since been demolished, including no. 49. The site now houses Birkbeck College and other university institutions.
In Apr 1911 no 49 was a ladies' boarding house and comprised 14 rooms.

Latitude: 51.5224, Longitude: -0.1299


Birth

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Birth    Person ID 
1 Tatham, Charles Meaburn  21 Sep 182845 Torrington Square, Bloomsbury I0037
2 Tatham, George Edmund  12 Nov 183045 Torrington Square, Bloomsbury I0025
3 Tatham, Meaburn Smith  22 May 183245 Torrington Square, Bloomsbury I0026
4 Tatham, William  05 Aug 183445 Torrington Square, Bloomsbury I0027

Baptism

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Baptism    Person ID 
1 Tatham, Charles Meaburn  21 Sep 182845 Torrington Square, Bloomsbury I0037
2 Tatham, Meaburn Smith  23 May 183245 Torrington Square, Bloomsbury I0026
3 Tatham, William  07 Aug 183445 Torrington Square, Bloomsbury I0027

Residence

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Residence    Person ID 
1 Tatham, Meaburn  Jan 183245 Torrington Square, Bloomsbury I0018