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1841 census  
Source             HO107 piece 1122 book 6 folio 38 Page 24
Place              Brightelmstone (Brighton), Palace district 10, Sussex 
Dwelling           Oriental Place 

Bewley Caton pupil  aged 7
Around this time his parents seperated then reconciled moved to Paris late 1841 the seperated again in 1843, leaving his mother in Paris.
The lent register of pupils 1849 for Elizabeth College Guernsy shows No.772 Redmond rideout Caton.

1851 census
Source            Ho107, Piece 2530, Folio 16 page 24
Place             Ed 1a, St Peters Port, Guernsy, Channel Islands
Dwelling          Elizabeth College, schedule 80 

Redmond R B Caton boarder   17   scholar                 England

Redmond Rideout Bewley Caton Leiutenant 1st Regiment Royal Scots,
only son of Richard Redmond Caton of Binbrook and Bishop Norton, County Lincoln.
married in September 1857, to
Jane Anne Aytoun Turner daughter of
Angus Turner, Esq. J.P for the counties of Lanark and Perth,

Lieutenant Caton had been wounded severely in the Crimea war 1854-56 and never recovered
the exposure of that campaign; he died 39th April 1859, leaving an only son.
GRO death: registered junqt Marylebone 1a 310


The Daily News, Saturday, September 12, 1857:
CATON-TURNER. -
Sept. 8, at St. John’s Episcopal Church, Perth,
by the Rev. R. S. Oldham, M.A.,
R. R. B. Caton, Esq., H. M.’s 1st Royal Regt.,
to Jane Anne Aytoun, daughter of A. Turner, Esq.,
of Pitcairns, Perthshire, and Woodside-terrace, Glasgow.

Redmond died less than 2 years later

Memorial plaque in the Anglican cathedral in Glasgow,
Scotland (St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral, 300 Great Western Road).


The Plaque lies beneath a stained glass window
(by Clayton & Bell) in St Anne’s Chapel,
an area of the church originally called the north chancel aisle.

IN MEMORY OF
REDMOND BEWLEY CATON,
LIEUT. IN H.M. 1ST ROYAL REGIMENT
ONLY SON OF R. R. CATON, ESQ. OF BINBROOK, LINCOLNSHIRE
OB. APRIL 30. 1859, AGED 26.

LUKE EDWARD O’CONNOR, CAPTAIN IN H.M. 83RD REGIMENT,
ELDEST SON OF GEN. LUKE SMITH O’CONNOR, C.B.
OB. JANUARY 10, 1869, AGED 32.
SONS-IN-LAW OF ANGUS TURNER, ESQ. OF GLENTYRE AND KIPPEN, PERTHSHIRE.
TOWN CLERK OF GLASGOW, 1871.
“THE MEMORY OF THE JUST IS BLESSED.”
St Ann's Chapple

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1861 census 
Source               RG9 piece 77 folio 44 page 10
Place                St Mary's, Marylebone District 2, Middlesex
Dwelling             Schedule 41, 17 Seymour Street, Bryanston Square

Rich. R.    Caton  head    W  54   Gentleman Annuitant             Ambleside Westmoreland  
Jane Ann A. Caton  DIL     W  28                                   Glasgow Scotland
Redmond B.  Caton  Gson        2                                   Perthshire
Mary helena de jersey Turner   visitor u  18                       Glasgow, Scotland
grace Stuart      serv        28  nurse                            Perthshire

Jane's father Angus Turner died in 1882?1876 and her mother
Mary Graeme dying on 9th Sept. 1896,
leaving Jane Caton and her sister Mary helina Spofforth
as co-heiresses of the estates of Kippen and Glentyre;
these were sold in 1896 to John Wilson, Esq., M.P., of Aidrie House.

The Will of Angus Turner of Pitcains House, near Dunnning,
He left £2,500 and named various executors :
his wife, Mary Graeme,
his daughter, Jane Anne Caton, (widow),
his grandson, Redman Bewley Caton, schoolboy,
his second daughter, Mary Hellena de Sertey or Spofforth,
his sister Margaret Connal, (widow),
his nephew Robert de Graeme Graeme of Garvock.
He left his butler £100 and all his clothes.

More about Angus Turner


THE TIMES
22 July 1925 , Deaths
CATON-On the 19th July at Norwich, JANE ANNE A CATON,
wife of the late Redmond R. Bewley Caton "The Royal Regt.,"
and elder daughter of the late Angus Turner,
of Kippen House, Dunning, Perthshire,
aged 92. No flowers by request.

Jane was buried at Kensal Green cemetery london in the family plot; Grave 18250, square 103, near the path


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