Tatham may mean:
Tatham, Lancashire, a civil parish in Lancashire, England.
Tatham, New South Wales, a locality in Richmond Valley.
Charlie Tatham, a former politician in Ontario, Canada.
Frederick Tatham, a British artist associated with William Blake.
John Tatham, an English dramatist and playwright.
Nick Tatham, a British singer/songwright.
Ralph Tatham, an English academic.
Simon Tatham, an English software programmer.
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Tatham — ist der Name folgender Personen: Julie Tatham (1908–1999), US amerikanische Jugendbuchautorin Simon Tatham (* 1977), englischer Programmierer Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit demselben Wor … Deutsch Wikipedia
Tatham — This name is of Anglo Saxon origin, and is a locational surname deriving from the place called Tatham in Lancashire near Lancaster. The placename is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Tathaim , and in the Fines Court Rolls of Lancashire for … Surnames reference
Tatham, New South Wales — Tatham is a locality in New South Wales, Australia in Richmond Valley Shire. The name Tatham is derived from Bundjalung Jadham , meaning child . [cite book |last=Sharpe |first=Margaret |chapter=Bundjalung |title=Macquarie Aboriginal Words… … Wikipedia
Tatham, Lancashire — infobox UK place country = England latitude= 54.119 longitude= 2.605 official name= Tatham population = shire district= City of Lancaster shire county = Lancashire region= North West England constituency westminster= Morecambe and Lunesdale post… … Wikipedia
Tatham, John — (fl. 1632 1664) Dramatist. Little is known of him. He produced pageants for the Lord Mayor s show and some dramas, Love Crowns the End, The Distracted State, The Scots Figgaries, or a Knot of Knaves, The Rump, etc. He was a Cavalier, who hated … Short biographical dictionary of English literature
Tatham, John — (fl 1632 1664) Little is known of him other than his writings and that he succeeded John Taylor and Thomas Heywood (see entries) as city poet and laureate to the lord mayor s show between 1657 and 1664, and his successor was Thomas Jordan (see … British and Irish poets
Frederick Tatham — Tatham is most notable for the fact that after Blake s death, he looked after the poet s widow Catherine, who nominally worked as his housekeeper. After her death in 1831, he claimed that she had left him all her husband’s works. This claim… … Wikipedia
Charles Heathcote Tatham — Mausoleum, Stone Road, Trentham, built 1807 8 to a design by Tatham. Charles Heathcote Tatham (8 February 1772, Westminster, London 18 April 1842, London), was an English architect of the early nineteenth century … Wikipedia
Church of St James the Less, Tatham — Church of St James the Less, Tatham, from the southeast … Wikipedia
Church of the Good Shepherd, Tatham — Church of the Good Shepherd, Tatham … Wikipedia