Heathcote Dicken Statham
From Gresham's School, Holt, Statham proceeded to Caius College, Cambridge, where in March 1908 he was awarded the college's organ scholarship of £60 a year for three years, before completing his musical education at the Royal College of Music, London.
He became organist of Calcutta Cathedral 1913 - 1920, then St. Michael's College, Tenbury 1920 - 1926, then St. Mary's Church, Southampton 1926 - 1928, and finally of Norwich Cathedral, holding that post from 1928 to 1966. On 9 April 1938, while Statham was playing it, the organ of the cathedral caught fire. In the choir, Statham's nickname was 'Dickey'.
- The Times, Saturday, March 21, 1908 (Issue 38600), p. 9, col. D
- Heathcote Dicken Statham at amphion-recordings.com
- Of Choristers – ancient and modern
- Michael Quinton Smith, Well Educated as a Chorister at Norwich
- Joy! Joy! from every Steeple, words by G. R. Woodward, traditional melody arranged by H. D. Statham, in Oxford Choral Songs
- Supplement to the London Gazette, 10 June 1967, p. 6279
- Heathcote Dicken Statham at brainyhistory.com
- Heathcote Dicken Statham at boosey.com