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602
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603
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604
Sherburn Hospital, Durham
Sherburn Hospital, Durham
Ralph Tatham, Chaplain, abt 1792-1809
Drawing by Samuel Grim, early 19th cent
 
605
Sherman Trevor Tatham (1890-1919)
Sherman Trevor Tatham (1890-1919)
 
606
Sherwood, Roehampton Vale
Sherwood, Roehampton Vale
Home of Frederick Charles Tatham & family around 1910
 
607
Shirley Isobel Deppeler (1931-1995)
Shirley Isobel Deppeler (1931-1995)
Ballarat New Cemetery
 
608
Shirley Isobel Deppeler (1931-1995)
Shirley Isobel Deppeler (1931-1995)
 
609
Silvia Tatham (1885-1958)
Silvia Tatham (1885-1958)
At Copford Place towards the end of her life
 
610
Simmons family - 60th wedding anniversary, 1945
Simmons family - 60th wedding anniversary, 1945
Alan Simmons' family:
Standing, l-r: Alan, Ida (who married Noel Carpenter and moved to Carreglwyd, North Wales), Louie (Cecil's wife), Cecil, Burt.
Sitting, l-r: Alan's wife Barbara (Williamson), Ella, Burt's wife Ivy (Lambert).
In front, Annie Mary Stafford (1867-1953) and Thomas Vincent Simmons (1861-1946).
Missing: remaining 2 children: Thomas, Hilda.
 
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613
Southend, 1942
Southend, 1942
Inscribed 'From N. Sotheby Pitcher to Delphine Tatham', titled and dated, watercolour, 16" x 23".
Neville Sotheby Pitcher (1889-1959) focused his artistic vision toward seascapes and landscapes. His broad and sometimes sweeping brush strokes could bring motion and emotion to his factually still works. Pitcher was also active, as of 1940, in the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserves at Southend-on-sea. His main address was Rye, Sussex, along the southwest coast of the Dover strait, where he was a dedicated observer and sporadic participant of all sorts of sea activities, from leisure sailings to deep-sea rescues. In addition to his naval service, Pitcher was very active with numerous memberships and exhibitions. He showed regularly with the Royal Society of Marine Artists; Royal Institute of Oil Painters; Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour; Royal Academy and also Royal West of England Academy. [Vallejo Gallery website accessed 11 Sep 2011]
 
614
St Andrew, Great Ryburgh
St Andrew, Great Ryburgh
George Edmund Tatham, Rector, 1859-1884
Frederick Hugh Tatham, Rector, 1910-1947
 
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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
 
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St Andrew, Great Ryburgh
St Andrew, Great Ryburgh
South side, showing location of the Meaburn Tathams' family grave
 
617
St Bartholomew, Meltham
St Bartholomew, Meltham
George Julius Tatham, Vicar, 1901-1902
 
618
St Clement, Ilford
St Clement, Ilford
Henry William Eliott Molony, Vicar of Great Ilford, 1892-1912
 
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St Giles, Dallington
St Giles, Dallington
Ralph Raisbeck Tatham, Vicar, 1848-1893.
Church largely rebuilt in 1864
 
620
St Hybald, Scawby
St Hybald, Scawby
Frederick Hugh Tatham, Vicar, 1904-1910
 
621
St John the Evangelist, Kirk Merrington
St John the Evangelist, Kirk Merrington
Parish church of Tatham family in 17th century
 
622
St Luke, Milnsbridge
St Luke, Milnsbridge
George Julius Tatham, Vicar, 1894-1901
 
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St Luke, Milnsbridge
St Luke, Milnsbridge
In about 1910.
George Julius Tatham, Vicar, 1894-1901
 
624
St Margaret, Upton
St Margaret, Upton
William Douglass Boycott, Vicar, 1902-1932
 
625
St Mary & Holy Cross, Quainton
St Mary & Holy Cross, Quainton
Proby Littler Cautley, Rector, 1890-1918
Proby Francis Lister Cautley, Rector, 1918-
 
626
St Mary & St Thomas of Canterbury - Wymondham Abbey
St Mary & St Thomas of Canterbury - Wymondham Abbey
William Douglass Boycott, Curate, 1899-1902
 
627
St Mary the Virgin, Braddock
St Mary the Virgin, Braddock
Arthur Tatham, Rector, 1832-1874
(also called Baradoc or Broadoak)
 
628
St Mary the Virgin, Burgh St Peter
St Mary the Virgin, Burgh St Peter
William Douglass Boycott, Rector, 1889-1899
 
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St Mary the Virgin, Ilford
St Mary the Virgin, Ilford
Henry William Eliott Molony, Vicar of Great Ilford, 1892-1912
 
630
St Mary, Bloxham
St Mary, Bloxham
William Fothergill Robinson, Vicar, 1917-1922
 
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St Mary, Colkirk
St Mary, Colkirk
Ralph Tatham, Rector, 1816-1857
Thomas Tatham, Curate, 1817-1850
 
632
St Mary, Easton, Hants
St Mary, Easton, Hants
Brian Charles Molony, Rector, 1953-1959
 
633
St Mary, North Creake
St Mary, North Creake
John Nassau Simpkinson, Rector, 1868-1894
 
634
St Mary-le-Bow, Durham
St Mary-le-Bow, Durham
Big Bow Church, North Bailey
 
635
St Michael & All Angels, Addingham
St Michael & All Angels, Addingham
Ralph Tatham, Vicar, 1795-1825
 
636
St Michael, Highgate
St Michael, Highgate
Thomas Henry Causton, Vicar, 1838-1854
Ralph Raisbeck Tatham, Curate, 1845-1848
George Edmund Tatham, Curate, 1854-1857
Reginald Walter Oldham, Curate, 1876-1882
 
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St Michael, Ingram
St Michael, Ingram
Ralph Tatham, Curate, abt 1778-1795.
Church largely rebuilt in 1870s
 
638
St Nicholas, Hockliffe
St Nicholas, Hockliffe
Thomas Barton Tatham, Rector, 1904-1932
 
639
St Paul, East Molesey
St Paul, East Molesey
George Edmund Tatham, Vicar, 1884-1894
Charles Edward Block, Curate, 1887-1890
 
640
St Paul, Roma
St Paul, Roma
George Julius Tatham, Rector, 1889-1894
 
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St Peter, Bishopton
St Peter, Bishopton
Ralph Tatham, Vicar, 1806-1825
Church almost completely rebuilt in 1846-7
 
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St Peter, Bishopton, Brass Memorial Tablet
St Peter, Bishopton, Brass Memorial Tablet
The orginal stone monument was subsequently replaced by a brass tablet, now rather worn, 4 ft. x 2 ft., let into the lower end of the Chancel floor, forming the landing from the Sacrarium on to the Chancel floor, which has inscribed on it the following epitaphs, the date of the Vicar's death and the duration of his incumbency being here incorrectly stated.
In memory of the Rev. Ralph Tatham, B.A., xxiii years Vicar of this Parish, who died Jan. xi. mdcccxxii, aged lxxiv years;
and of Charles Tatham, his son, who died Sept. iv, mdcccxxvii, aged xxxv years.
Also of Ralph Tatham his Grand father who died May ix, mdccxlii, aged lxiv years. [Curtis]
 
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St Theobald, Great Hautbois
St Theobald, Great Hautbois
George Edmund Tatham, Rector, 1858-1859
 
644
St Wilfrid, Cantley
St Wilfrid, Cantley
William Meaburn Tatham, Vicar, 1892-1938
 
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St Wilfrid, Cantley
St Wilfrid, Cantley
from pamphlet by Leonard Sibellas, Vicar of Cantley after William Meaburn Tatham. 12 pages describing church and parish.
 
646
Stanley George Tatham & family
Stanley George Tatham & family
with wife Mary Payze (1882-1957) and son Percy Alfred Tatham (1909-1987)
 
647
Stanley George Tatham & school class
Stanley George Tatham & school class
Highgate School, class photo, abt 1897
 
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Stanley George Tatham (1881-1964)
Stanley George Tatham (1881-1964)
 
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Stanley George Tatham (1881-1964)
Stanley George Tatham (1881-1964)
Studio portrait, 1900s
 
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Stanley Tatham & sons
Stanley Tatham & sons
about 1903
 

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