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Stewart Garner Chase (1897-1977)
Stewart Garner Chase (1897-1977)
with Coldstream Guards in 1915
 
652
Stockton-on-Tees, 1790
Stockton-on-Tees, 1790
High St, from N.
St Thomas' Church on L.
 
653
Stuart Murray Tatham (1943-1974)
Stuart Murray Tatham (1943-1974)
in 1965
 
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Susan Mary Fry (1825-1922)
Susan Mary Fry (1825-1922)
Eden Cottage, 1917
 
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Susan Noon (1840-1927)
Susan Noon (1840-1927)
in Sep 1897
 
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Susan Noon (1840-1927)
Susan Noon (1840-1927)
Studio photo portrait abt 1860s
 
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Susan Noon (1840-1927)
Susan Noon (1840-1927)
Studio photo by W B Sherwood, 1900-1910.
W B Sherwood was a commercial photographer based in Natal. He had studios at: Graaff Reinet 1884; 148 Longmarket Street, Pietermaritzburg 1890-94; 150 Long Market Street, Pietermaritzburg 1898; 198-202 West Street, Durban 1899. [Bensusan A D, '19th century photographers in South Africa', 1963, p.247]
 
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Susan Noon (1840-1927) with child
Susan Noon (1840-1927) with child
probably Clara Augusta (1869-1896), abt 1871-1872
 
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Susan Noon (1849-1927)
Susan Noon (1849-1927)
Studio photo by W B Sherwood, 1900-1910.
 
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666
Tatham Banner - Leith Hill Music Festival
Tatham Banner - Leith Hill Music Festival
Awarded annually for Women's Song (Division 2).
Presented in 1912 by Mrs Cicely Tatham (née Sturgis), conductor of Abinger, Festival Secretary and Vice President.
Her daughter Mona was also a choir conductor.
 
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Tatham Coat of Arms and Crest on bookplate
Tatham Coat of Arms and Crest on bookplate
claimed by Ralph Tatham (1702-1752)
 
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Tatham Crest
Tatham Crest
Used by Stanley Tatham, reg. 1905
 
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Tatham Crest on Claret Jug
Tatham Crest on Claret Jug
Inscribed 'To Ralph Tatham on his marriage from Charles and George Sim 1856'
 
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Tatham Crest on Mustard Spoon
Tatham Crest on Mustard Spoon
Silver mustard spoon from Tatham-Warter family. Assayed in Dublin in 1821. Note the single arrow.
 
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Tatham Crest on seal
Tatham Crest on seal
used by Frederick Charles Tatham (1854-1915)
 
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Tatham Crest on silverware
Tatham Crest on silverware
as used by Meaburn Tatham family
 
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Tatham Crest prior to Flodden Field
Tatham Crest prior to Flodden Field
Sketched in his boyhood, from a tattered old Tatham Pedigree lent to him, by Dr Ernest John Tatham (1861-1943), of Cheltenham; the original drawing being derived from an old book in the British Museum and now copied by Lady Dorothy Stanley, 1916
 
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Tatham Family of Cantley Village, Doncaster
Tatham Family of Cantley Village, Doncaster
Silver Wedding of William Meaburn Tatham & Louisa Valetta Buller in January 1911
 
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Tatham family of Homewood
Tatham family of Homewood
Studio photograph taken prior to Jack Tatham leaving for the Great War where he died in 1918
 
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677
Tatham's Garden, Alpha Road, at Evening - 1812
Tatham's Garden, Alpha Road, at Evening - 1812
by John Linnell (1792-1882).

Watercolour on cream wove paper.
Inscribed in ink 'Tatham's Garden' b.l., 'J Linnell 1812' bottom centre and 'Alpha Road' b.r.

The scene is in the garden or grounds of Linnell's friend Charles Heathcote Tatham's house, 34 Alpha Cottages, Alpha Road, Marylebone, London. Alpha Road ran between Park Road and Lisson Grove, to the west of Regent's Park. Houses on either side of it, designated Alpha Cottages, began to be built c. 1808 (the first year in which they were rated), in what had formerly been open fields. Charles Heathcote Tatham (1772-1842), at this period a flourishing architect with a practice in Queen Street, Mayfair, designed and built 34 Alpha Cottages for himself; but his house was no cottage in the ordinary sense. Marylebone Parish Rate Books (Marylebone Library, Archives Department) show that it had the highest rateable value in Alpha Road (£120 p.a.; most of the other houses were rated below £50); street plans show 34 Alpha Cottages as a sizable detached house, set at an oblique angle to the road in large grounds (see R. Horwood, Plan of the Cities of London and Westminster, 3rd ed., 1813; Peter Potter, Map of the Parish of St. Marylebone, 2nd ed., c.1824).
It should be noted that some renumbering of Alpha Cottages took place between 1812 and 1826, in the course of the development of the road, and possibly because one or more of its semi-detached houses came under single ownership; rate books at the beginning of that period number Tatham's house first as 36, then as 35 and finally as 34. The street was styled Alpha Cottages until 1826, when it became known as Alpha Road.

[The Tate Gallery 1984-86: Illustrated Catalogue of Acquisitions 1982-84]
 
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Tatham's Island, Hampton Wick
Tatham's Island, Hampton Wick
Stephen's Ait was rented from the Thames Conservancy by Henry Edward Tatham (1822-1901). As he was always working on it, it was commonly spoken of as Tatham's Island. It was even named as such in the Ordnance Survey map of 1896, becoming Steven's Eyot in the 1913 map. Since 1960 it has been the base of the Small Boat Club.
 
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Tatham's Lagoon, King Island
Tatham's Lagoon, King Island
Painting by Betty Tatham (née Hughes)
 
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681
Taylor Family - four generations
Taylor Family - four generations
Photo taken on 11 Sep 2001
 
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Taylor Family Reunion, July 2001
Taylor Family Reunion, July 2001
 
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Terence Howard ('Paddy') Tatham (1900-1942)
Terence Howard ("Paddy") Tatham (1900-1942)
Memorial in Great Ryburgh Church
 
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Territt Hugh Tatham & Maude Eglantine Waterfield Ward
Territt Hugh Tatham & Maude Eglantine Waterfield Ward
 
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Territt Hugh Tatham (1877-1947)
Territt Hugh Tatham (1877-1947)
 
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The Heath, Redbourn
The Heath, Redbourn
Home of Thomas Pilkington Norris and Elsa Mary Tatham in 1960
 
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The Homewood Car
The Homewood Car
Jack H. Tatham with his wife Cecilia beside him in the Willys-Overland, the only car they could find with a sufficiently high suspension to cope with the deep ruts in the road.
 
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The Malt House, 15 Mill St, Warwick
The Malt House, 15 Mill St, Warwick
Believed to have been the home of Lawrence Mallory Tatham & family in the 1850s
 
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The Newcomer.
The Newcomer.
By Agnes Tatham (1893-1972).
Exhibited at Royal Academy in 1934
 
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Thelma Tatham (1895-1991)
Thelma Tatham (1895-1991)
In 1913
 
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Thomas Harrison Wand (later Wand-Tetley) (1890-1956)
Thomas Harrison Wand (later Wand-Tetley) (1890-1956)
In Second World War
 
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Thomas Harrison Wand (later Wand-Tetley) (1890-1956)
Thomas Harrison Wand (later Wand-Tetley) (1890-1956)
In Holzminden PoW camp, Jan 1918
 
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Thomas Henry Causton (1800-1854)
Thomas Henry Causton (1800-1854)
Lithograph by James Henry Lynch, after John Jabez Edwin Mayall
 
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Thomas J L Rushton (1914-1943)
Thomas J L Rushton (1914-1943)
Memorial window in Barnacre Chruch
 
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Thomas William Fraser (1912-1994)
Thomas William Fraser (1912-1994)
 
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Thornhill House, Handsworth
Thornhill House, Handsworth
about 1900
 
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Thornhill House, Handsworth
Thornhill House, Handsworth
Home of the Fry family in the 1840s
 
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Towerhill Manor, Gomshall
Towerhill Manor, Gomshall
Home of Edward Ernst Tatham & family in 1911
 
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Trevor Hodgson Stanley Tatham (1887-1915)
Trevor Hodgson Stanley Tatham (1887-1915)
War Memorial Board at Amesbury School
 

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