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Name: Richard [Bewley]. Caton 
College: CAIUS 
Entered: Michs. 1792 
Born: 23 Mar 1774 
Died: 24 Jan 1864 
More Information: 
Adm. pens. (age 18) at CAIUS, Nov. 1791. 
Son of [Thruston] John, attorney, of Thorpe Abbotts, Norfolk. 
Born Mar. 23, 1774, at Lincoln. 
School, Lincoln (Mr Slewithwaite). Matric. Michs. 1792; 
Scholar, 1792-7; B.A. 1796. 
Migrated to St John's, June 28, 1816; M.A. (St John's) 1816. 
Entered the Army, 1796; 12th Dragoons. 
Served in Portugal, 1799; 
in Egypt under Sir Ralph Abercromby,1801; 
Major in the Lincs. Militia,1805-7. 
Ord. (Sodor and Man) c. 1812. 
Of Binbrook-walk House [Binbrook], Lincs., and of 
Carr House, East Riding, Yorks., 
 Married 1st 1852 Elizabeth Keating, 
dau. of Redmond Power, Esq., of Whiteford, Co. Tipperary, 1802; 
Married 2nd  Harriet, dau. of Clement Harrison, of Pulteney Street, Bath. 
Died Jan. 24, 1864, aged 90, in London. 
Father of the next. (Venn, II. 124; Burke, L.G., 1937.) 

London Gazette 8 November 1796 War Office 12th Regiment Light Dragoons, Richard Bewley Caton, gent, to become Cornet, by purchase vice Crouch who retires.
London Gazette 12 january 1799 War Office 12th Regiment Light Dragoons, Cornet, Richard Bewley Caton to be lieutenant, by purchase vice Kelly, promoted in the 60th Foot
London Gazette 22nd March 1803 War Office 12th Regiment Light Dragoons, Cornet, Richard H Bird to be lieutenant, by purchase vice Caton, who retires

London Gazetta 4th june 1805

Commisions in the Royal Third Lincoln Militia, signed by the Lord Lietenant.
Richard Bewley Caton, esq, to be Major dated May 22 1805


1st Jan 1918 suppliment
Awarded the Military Cross
Capt Richard Bewly Caton Norf. R.
4th Battalion, The Norfolk Regiment
the undermentioned to be second lieutenants
Richard Bewley Caton 18th aug 1914


A Geneological and Heraldic History of Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland
Enjoying Territorial possesions or High Official Rank
but uninvested with Heritable Honours
By John Burke, Esq. Volume IV, MDCCXXXVIII (1838)
Source: Gooogle Books
page 305 Caton of Binbrook

The Rev. Richard-bewly CATON, of Binbrook, in the county of Lincoln, A.M. 
b.in 1774, formerly an officer in the 12th Light Dragooons, served in the 
Campain in Egypt under Sir Ralph Abercrombie, 
afterwards major in the 3rd Royal Lincoln Militia.
Married Eliza POWER,youngest daughter of Redmond POWER, esq. 
                          of Whitefort, in the county of Tipperary;
and has issue 
1.   Richard-redmond CATON, b.21 August 1806
     m.23 June 1831, 
     Anna maria, only daughter of the Rev. John Rideout, 
                 rector of Woodmmancote, in the county of Sussex,
                 (by Frances, youngest daughter of Sir Harry Goring, 
                     bart. of Highden in the county of Sussex)
     and has issue
               Redmond rideout bewly CATON b. 1st October 1833
               Frances eliza.
               Georgina maria 

2.   Thurston-bewly CATON 
     married at Paris, 18th July 1835, 
     Marie-louise-esther, dau of Colonel de St Rose, 
                          late chef de L'etat major a Paris,
                          officer de la legion d'honeur, et Chavalier de St Louis


3.   Maria-eliza CATON, 
     married   2nd December 1831,
     Richard-henry KINCHANT, esq. of Park Hall and Bishop's Castle, 
     in the county of Salop, 
     and has issue
                   John-charlton Kinchant,  b.27 May    1834 
                   Job-henry     Kinchant,  b.20 August 1835
                   Eliza-power   Kinchant

4.   Catherine-georgina Kinchant d. an infant

A Biographical History of
GONVILLE & CAIUS College 1349-1895 ; page 24
Source: Gooogle Books
Caton, Richard (Richard Bewley) son of 
Thurston john Caton attorney of Thorpe Abbotts Norfolk
Born in Lincoln March 34 1774; Died jan 24 1864, 
at his residence in Blanford Square, London

At school there eight years, under Mr Slewithwaite.
Aged 18 admitted pensioner, nov 1791
Scholar, Michalmus 1792-1997; B.A. 1796; M.A. (st John's) 1816
Entered the Army Nov 1796 (12 Dragoons); Served in Portugal 1799
and in Egypt 1801 where he obtained the medal and clasp;
Married in 1802 Elisabeth Keating, daughter of 
Redmond Power esq. of Whitefort, Waterford
Major in the lincs Militia 1805-1807
Ordained by the Bishop of Sodor and Man about 1812
Described as of Binbrook-walk House, Lincs and
Carr House, E Riding, Yorks in 1852
He was a relative of the Master  Dr, Belward
Pedigree inCarthew, iii 467

sheet 2
Richard-Bewley CATON, Of Binbrook-walk House [Binbrook], Lincs., 
and of Carr House, Howden, East Riding, Yorks., 
1834 Electorial Roll,Howden
 Richard bewley Catton of London ,
qualification:- freehold land and Messuage called Carr House, Saltmarsh.

Sun fire insurance
1822 propert at 32 York St. Portland Sq
1837 property at 75 Seymour Place Branston Sq

Adm. pens. (age 18) at CAIUS, Nov. 1791. 
Son of [Thruston] John, attorney, of Thorpe Abbotts, Norfolk. 
Born     23rd March 1774, at Lincoln. 
Baptised 24th March 1774, at St Peter Arches Lincoln
School, Lincoln (Mr Slewithwaite). ' Matric. Michs. 1792; 
Scholar, 1792-7; B.A. 1796. 
Entered the Army, 1796; 12th Light Dragoons. 
Served in Portugal, 1799; in Egypt under Sir Ralph Abercromby, 1801;
Recieved the Gold Medal and also the War medal with Clasp for Egypt 
Major in the 3rd Royal Lincs. Militia, 1805-7. 
Ordination Deacon 1st  Oct 1807; Ordination Priest 24th Dec 1807 
Ord. (Sodor and Man) c. 1812. 
Migrated to St John's, June 28, 1816; M.A. (St John's) 1816. 
Chester Diocese, Licenced 18 sep 1821, St Martins Chester, Curate
in 1852. 

Married 1802
       (1) Elizabeth Keating, dau. of Redmond Power, Esq., of Whiteford, Co. Tipperary,  
           died 27 march 1852 buried Kensal Green aged 82
       (2) Harriet, dau. of Clement Harrison, of Pulteney Street, Bath. 

Richard Died Jan. 24, 1864, aged 90, in London. 
Buried at Kensal Green MI
Father of the next. (Venn, II. 124; Burke, L.G., 1937.)

Will of Richard Bewley Caton 4 May 1863, 
devising to his eldest son Richard Redmond Caton 
property vested in him as trustee or mortgagee. 
Testator died 24 January 1864, will proved PPR. 
Richard Henry Kinchant died 8 June 1864. 
The annuity to John Robert Nathaniel Kinchant during the joint 
lives of himself and Richard Henry Kinchant was duly paid to that date.

probate 4 april 1864 The Will of the Reverend Richard bewly Caton late of 21 Blanford square in the parish of Marrylebone in the county of Middlesex Clerk deceased who died 24 january 1864 at Blanford square aforesaid was proved at the Principle Registry by oaths of Richard Redmond Caton of 17 York Street, Portman Square in the said parish, and Thurston Bewley Caton of 29 Milson Street in the city of Bath Esquire, the two sons of the Executor.

Reel 1 Wiltshire Record Office, Diary of Mrs S Chauncey of Ayot St Peter, Herts,
Jan 11 1815:-- Mr Caton sent three of his children to Mr Bewley,
the Grandfather to Lincoln, Richard, Harriot and Thomas.
Jan 18 1815:-- The sale of Mr Catons at Welwyn he absent.




Wells Journal, 19 February 1853
Marriages
Rev. R. B. Caton, M.A., to Harriet,
daughter of the late C. Harrison, Esq., of Great Pulteney Street, Bath, and widow of the late W. Henley, Esq., Dublin. Feb. 8, at Clifton,


sheet 3

GRO Birth junqt1850 Havant 7 109
Constance margaret mary Caton

War office 25th aug 1854
to be Ensigns by purchase
Ewdmond Bewley Caton Gent




sheet 4

Gentlemans Magazine January 1852, page 533

OBITUARY 27 March Eliza keating, 1772-1852

In London, aged 80, Eliza Keating, wife of the Rev Richard-bewley Caton, AM 
of Binbrook-walk House Linc. and Carr House East Riding co. york 
and yougest dau of the late Redmond POWER, of Whitefort co. Waterford, esq.
(second son of Edmond POWER of Chancellors Town, esq,)  by his first wife 
dau of Redmond Keating of Kilcowan co. Wexford, esq. 
commonly styled Baron Keating.

Of this family was Sir James de Ketynge, of Kilcowan, who had writ of summons 
as a Baron to Paliament & Edw. II 
Mrs Caton's uncle , the late Richard Power of Clashmore House, co. Wexford, esq. 
was, during many years ,a member for that county in the Irish  Parliament.
It was subsequently represented by his sons, 
Richard Shapland Power, of Clashmore House, esq.  and Robert Power, esq.
The only surviving child and hieress of the former was married in 1835 
to the present Earl of Huntingdon.

Of the Marriage with Mr.Caton there is  surviving issue two sons and a daughter.
Mr. Caton was formally an officer in the 12th Light Dragoons, and served with 
that Regiment in Egypt during the Campain in 1801, for which he recieved the
Gold Medal ,and also the Silver war Medal with Clasp for Egypt.
He was subsequently Major in the 3rd Royal Lincoln Militia.



Obituary 30th jan 1864 John Bull
Jan 24, at his residence in Blanford Square, aged 80
The Rev. Richard Bewley Caton M.A., Cambridge, of Binbrook
in the county of Lincoln, formerly leiutenant in the 12th Lancers
Served in the Campain in Eygypt under sir Ralph Abercrombie in 1801,
and was susequently Major in the 34 Royal Lincoln Militia.


Shropeshire Archives
Will of Richard Bewley Caton 4 May 1863,
devising to his eldest son Richard Redmond Caton property vested in him as trustee or mortgagee. Testator died 24 January 1864,
will proved PPR.
Richard Henry Kinchant died 8 June 1864. The annuity to John Robert Nathaniel Kinchant during the joint lives of himself and Richard Henry Kinchant was duly paid to that date.
Probate 4th April 1864
The Will of Reverand Richard Bewley Caton
late of 21 Blanford Square in the Parish of Marylebone in the County of Middlesex Clerk deceased who died 24th January 1864 at Blandford Square aforesaid, was proved at the Principle Registry by Oaths of Richard redmond Caton of 17 York Street, Portman Square in the said parish Esquire and Thurston bewley Caton in the city of Bath Esquire the Sons two of the Executors. Effects under 30,000

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