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A Tatham Tragedy, 1905

A transcript of the Coroner’s report on the Inquest into the death following a cycling accident of the Rev. James Marshall, Vicar of Tatham Fells Click here to view the transcript.

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Magic Lantern Show, Bentham, 18th Oct

Bicycles, Fox Furs and Bunches of Leaves LASRUG and the Ewecross Historical Society offer a traditional entertainment Simon Clarke will present a selection from his great grandfather’s collection of magic lantern slides from c.1900 In the Lower Hall, Bentham Town Hall on Wednesday, 18th October 2017 at 7:30pm Refreshments – Retiring collection – Everyone welcome! […]

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1939 register for Tatham

A transcript is now available on the website. The Register listed the personal details and occupation of every civilian in Great Britain and Northern Ireland, to allow the issue of identity cards, and organisation of rationing, as World War Two approached. Click here to view the register.

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Lowgill and Ivah visit – photos

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Society visit to Lowgill & Ivah, Saturday 12th August 2017

Place: Tatham Fells School, Lowgill, LA2 8RA (park on roadside) Time: 2.00pm John Wilson will lead a short (road) walk around Lowgill village and Ivah. This is an opportunity to learn about recent research on the respective settlements, especially by Mike Kelly and John. No need to book. Members only, but you are welcome to […]

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Tithe map and schedule full versions on-line

An interactive map giving access to all the map and schedule data from the 1848 tithe survey of Tatham parish can now be accessed from the Tithe Commutation Act Surveys 1848 page.

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Moss House visit – photos

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Society visit to Moss House Farm, Saturday 8th July 2017

Place: Moss House Farm, Spout Lane, Wennington. Time: 2.00pm A rare example of an early Victorian ‘model farm’ designed to incorporate all the new scientific ideas about farming in the 1840s. Come and find out about how it operated and future plans for the site. Members only, but you are welcome to join on the […]

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