Tidman and Wedd locations, memorials, tombstones etc
White Hall, Great Wakering. Home of Alfred Wedd 1779-1887, inherited by his nephew Edward Arthur 1844-1925. The Wedds are described as 'squires' of Great Wakering. White Hall no longer stands, though a modern road bears its name.
Little Wakering Hall in Essex. Home of Aubrey Wedd 1885-1945 and his wife Charlotte 1887-1977. Muriel Tidman nee Wedd and her family spent many holidays there.
The Green, Fowlmere. Home of the Wedd family, then of the Tidman family during the 1930s.
Birks House, Sedbergh, birthplace of Torla Mackarness nee Tidman. Her father Oscar Tidman taught at Sedbergh School.
Fairlight, Willingdon. Built by Muriel Tidman. Modern photo.
Fairlight, Chislehurst. Built by Paul Frederick Tidman (see Tidman and Wedd biographies section)
Tomb of Joseph Pattisson 1729-1817 , his wife Elizabeth 1732-1825, and their sons Joseph and Benjamin. United Reformed Church, Maldon. Elizabeth was 'Miss Wallman' (see 'other documents' section). Photo: Patience Mackarness
Memorial to George Parker May (who lived in West House, Maldon) and his family. United Reformed Church, Maldon. Photo: Patience Mackarness
Wedd memorials in the churchyard of St Mary's Church, Fowlmere, Cambridgeshire. Photos: Patience Mackarness
Memorials to Oscar, Muriel and Paul Tidman in Ocklynge Cemetery, Willingdon. Grave space V851. Photo: Daniel Mackarness, 2022