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EDINGURGH GAZETTE 8th March 1864 page 299
Lieutenants
Richard caton Kinchant
Dated 18th march 1859

EDINGURGH GAZETTE 6th March 1866
103rd Foot
Lieutenant Richard caton Kinchant,from the 32nd Madras Native Infantry,
to be Lieutenant,vice E.E. Gibson, transfered to the Bengal Staff Corps
Dated 2nd March 1866
EDINGURGH GAZETTE 19th April 1867
63rd Foot
Leiutenant Richard caton Kinchant, from the 103rd Foot,
to be Leiutenant, vice Burne, who exchanges
Dated 17 april 1867
EDINBURGH GAZETTE 26th March 1869
63rd Foot
Ensign Henry john Goring to be leiutenant, by purchase,
vice Richard caton Kinchant, who retires Dated 24th March 1869

1881 census 
source             RG11 piece 1159 Folio 98 page 26 
Place              Landport,  Portsea Island, Hampshire 
Dwelling           29 Shaftsbury Rd.

R. C (rev.) Kinchant    head  38     Chaplain H, M. Prison       Owestry, Shropshire         
Adelaide Blake        visitor 21                                 Culcutta
Gwen Jones            visitor 19                                 Melbourne
Goring Jones          visitor 15                                 Australia
note Gwen and Goring are Richard Caton Kinchant's Niece and Nephew children of his mother's elder sister Frances eliza Jones nee Caton
HAMPSHIRE TELEGRAPH
& SUSSEX CHRONICAL

4th May 1881,   Marriages
KINCHANT-MORGAN- On the 30th ult.,
at St. Jude's Church, Southsea, by the Rev. J. S. Blake, M.A.,the
Rev. Richard Caton Kitchant,
son of the late R. H. Kitchant, Esq.,of Park Hall, Salop, to
Pamela Augusta MORGAN, eldest daughter of the late Captain H.C. Morgan,
formerly of the 3rd Light Dragoons, granddaughter of the
late Sir East George Clayton East?, Bart. of Hall Place, Berks.

NORTH WALES CHRONICAL
& SUSSEX CHRONICAL

7th May 1881
On the 30th ult. at St Judes' South Sea,
the Rev. Richard Caton Kinchant,Esq. of
Park Hall, and Bishops Castle, Salop, J.P. D.L., to Pamela augusta, eldest daughter of the late Captain henry Charles Morgan 3rd light Dragooons


Deeds and documents deposited by the
Midland Bank, Craven Arms
By way of the Shropshire Record Office. (SRO 4553)

R/D/MB/1/93
Mortgage
1.John Woolley of Beguildy, farmer
2.Revd. Richard Caton Kinchant, 
chaplain of Kingston Prison, Portsmouth, co.Hants.; 
Charles Penhallow Peters of Knighton, gent.
For securing 3,00 on The Vron, The Graig, and Cwmmawr, etc.
Map and schedule.  13 May 1879


R/D/MB/1/59
Transfer of Mortgage
1. Revd. Richard Caton Kinchant, 
39 St. George Place, Canterbury, co.Kent; 
Charles Penhallow Peters of Knighton, solicitor

2.Evangeline Cecilia Mary Kinchant of Northgate, Warwick, spinster
Sum of 3,000 secured on property cited in R/D/MB/1/57
16 September 1889


R/D/MM/181
1.Henry Verdon (as above)
2. Revd. Richard Caton Kinchant, 
chaplain of Kingston Prison, Portsmouth, co.Hants.; 
Charles Penhallow Peters of Knighton, co.Rad., gent.
Mortgage for 500
On property in R/D/MM/162 and R/D/MM/180  28 May 1879


Kelly's directory 1891 Rev. Richard Caton Kinchant chaplin H.M. prison Canterbury

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