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Note on the Tathams of Tatham & Lousada

by Wilfrid George Tatham (1898-1978)

     A note on the Tathams of Tatham and Lousada 

               Ralph 1732 to 1779  Merchant of Stockton-on-Tees.
                                 Married Elizabeth Bloxham and
                                 lived in London.
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Thomas  1762 - 1818               John.  1768 - 1829            Charles        |
11, Mount St, Grosvenor Square,     of Dorset Place and 5       Heathcote
and Brighton.  Later                Inner Temple  Lane.         designer.
Cadogan Place.                      Solicitor.  His wife,           |
(His widow lived in 40 Dorset Sq.   "Aunt John" later lived         |
after 1821).  He was Upholsterer    in Dorset Square (d 1850)
to the Prince Regent and designed         |
chairs - now in the pavilion at           |------------------------------------|
Brighton.  He left 60,000.                                                    |
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William 1806 - 1898       Edward      etc                                      |
17 Old Broad Street.      (Admiral)                                            |
40, Dorset Square.                                                             |
of Wm. Tatham & Son.                                                           |
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William 1837 -    Arthur 1839 -   Hamilton 1843 -    Algernon 1848 -           |
        1879             1925              19??               1910 ?           |
Partner to his    ???             Doctor             Partner to his            |
father.                           Unm.               father.    Unm.           |
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Arthur Trevor 1875 -      2 daughters.                                         |
              ?                                                                |
of 51, Lincoln's Inn                                        |------------------|
Fields                                                      |
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          Montagu John 1808 -       Albert Ward           2 daughters
                       1872
          Proctor & Notary of
          3, Dean's Court, & later
          member of Farrer, French
          and Tatham, Proctors of
          Doctors' Commons.
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          Percy Charles French 1845 -
                               1925
          of Tatham, Oblein & Nash
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          Wulfstan     1895  Living
          Entered his father's firm.



     It looks as if there were no business connections between 
the first 'William' and his Uncle John.  Is it not likely that 
his mother (when a widow) consulted her brother-in-law round the 
corner about a career and was told 'Put the boy into the law. 
He has a nice bit of capital and can set up on his own.'  John's 
descendants also stuck to the law.  Wulfstan, whom I knew, is, 
I believe, still alive and may know something of his great-
grandfather.  Conceivably he might know of a connection with 
Richard Smith with whom the first William worked in 1823.

     The connection with the writer's family is remote.
Ralph's father had an elder brother - also Ralph -, from whom 
the writer is descended.  His father - George Allen Ralph - 
knew Percy Tatham well; and their respective sons knew each other 
before the first war.  Ralph's elder son - Allen - went to Rugby 
just after Percy's elder son - Cautley - left.  Cautley was killed 
in the first war.



30th April, 1959                    W. G. Tatham



     The only picture of the branch of the family connected
with Tatham & Lousada is that of Ralph's uncle Ralph who was a
Doctor (1702 - 1752).


     The best source of information is Mrs. Meaburn Tatham,
Brambles, Arkley, Herts, whose husband is the 'head' of the
family.

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