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Admissions to the college of St. John the Evangelist in the Universtiy of Cambridge (pt.3)

Admissions to the college of St. John the Evangelist in the Universtiy of Cambridge (pt.3)

Source : Internet Archive

Admissions to the college of St. John the Evangelist in the Universtiy of Cambridge (pt.3)

Admissions to the college of St. John the Evangelist in the Universtiy of Cambridge (pt.3)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : TATHAM


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1 year, admitted sizar for Dominus Tatham, tutor Dr Edmundson, 26 March, aet. 19.


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Shaw) , admitted sizar for Dominus Tatham, tutor and surety Dr Edmundson, 17 May, aet. 18.


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months , admitted sizar for Dominus Tatham, tutor Dr Edmmidson, 26 Jime, aet. nearly IS.


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(1) Tatham, James, son of Edmund Tatham, clerk, Essex , born at Newport , bred there (Mr Allen), also at


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(23) Tatham, Ralph, son of Ralph Tatham, gentleman, Durham ,


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Tatham, Sandford, third son of William Tatham, esquire 15


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Tatham, Dominus, p. 9, 1. 3 , p. 10, 1.


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28 (Mr Tatham), 32, p. 42, 1. 1 (Mr Jefferson), p. 44, 11. 12 (Mr T.),


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entries : 1751, August 7, Ralph, son of Ralph and Elizabeth Tatham, baptized , 1752, November 23, Ann, daughter of


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entries : 1751, August 7, Ralph, son of Ralph and Elizabeth Tatham, baptized , 1752, November 23, Ann, daughter of


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Mary", he mentions his brother William Tatham, his wife Elizabeth, his daughter Elizabeth and his son Ralph.


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of the late Ralph and Elizabeth Tatham, buried , 1753, July 12, Elizabeth, widow of Dr Tatham, buried. Ralph Tatham,


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Ralph Tatham, of St-John's, took the MB. degree at Cambridge in 1727. He seems to


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daughter. The eldest son, Colonel William Tatham, was some time one of the Kepresentatives of North Carolina, and a Field-Officer


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Ealph, son of the Eevd. Mr Ealph Tatham, of Barton." This youngest Ealph was afterwards Master of the College.