Dr Ralph Tatham (bap. 1778–1857) was an English academic and churchman.
He graduated at the University of Cambridge in 1803. He became Master of St John's College, Cambridge, Public Orator (1809–1839), and Vice-Chancellor(1839–1840). He was also Rector (1816–1857) of Colkirk, Norfolk.
- "Tatham, Ralph (TTN796R)". A Cambridge Alumni Database. University of Cambridge.
|Cambridge University Orator||Succeeded by
|Master of St John's College, Cambridge
William Henry Bateson
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