Info 4a, Richard henry Kinchant &
Mary eliza Caton
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KINCHANT, RICHARD HENRY.
Adm. pens, at St John's, Feb. 9, 1822.
[3rd] son of the late Richard, Esq., formerly of the East India Company's service at Cuddalore.
Born Jan. 6, 1804, in India. School, Oswestry.
Matric. Michs. 1822; B.A. 1828.
Of Park Hall and Blunden Hall, Salop. High Sheriff, 1846. An Offcer in the 69th Regt. and in the N. Shropshire Yeomanry-Cavalry.
Married, Dec. 2, 1831, Maria Eliza, dau.
of Richard Bewley Caton, of Binbrook, Lincs. Died June 6, 1864, aged 60.
Brother of the above. (F. P. White; Transactions oftfie Shropshire Arch. Society.)
Marriages in All Souls Church, Parish of St. Marylebone, Middlesex. 1831 December-2nd.
Richard Henry Kinchant, Esq.,
of the District Rectory of All Souls in the Parish of St. Marylebone, Bachelor, and
Maria Eliza Caton of the District Rectory of All Souls in the Parish of St. Marylebone, Spinster, a Minor, by and with the consent of
the Revd. Richard Bewley Caton, Clerk, the natural and lawful father of the said Minor,
by licence, by me, John Kinchant, B.A., Criggion, Shropshire. [Montgomeryshire.]
Richard Henry Kinchant. Maria Eliza Caton.
Witnesses: Louisa Fairlie, J. Charlton Kinchant, Myra Catherine Kinchant."
The Morning Post
Saterday, December 3rd 1831
Married yesterday at All Souls Church, Langham Place,
by the Revd. John Kinchant, Richard Henry Kinchant, Esquire, eldest son of the late Richard Kinchant, Esq., of the Madras Civil Service, to
Maria Eliza, only daughter of the Revd. R. B. Caton, of York Street, Portman Square, and of Binbrook Walk House, Lincolnshire."
and monthly Register,
January to April 1832
Richard H. Kinchant Esq., eldest son of the late Richard Kinchant Esq., Madras civil Service, to Maria Eliza ,only daughter of the Rev. Richard B. Caton, of York Street, Portman Square, and of Binbrook Walk House, Lincolnshire
2nd August 1833
The commisions of the under mentioned officers
have been cancelled from the 2nd instant, inclusive
They having accepted commutted allowances for their half pay;
Lieutenant Richard henry Kinchant half pay unattached
Bernard Burke's History of the Landed Gentry - 1847 page 672 KINCHANT OF PARK HALL Kinchant, Richard henry of Park Hall and Bishop's Castle, Co. Salop b.05jan1804, late an officer in the 69th Regiment of Infantry married 2nd dec 1831 Maria-Eliza CATON only dau. of the Rev. Richard-Bewley Caton, MA, of Binbrook, co. Lincoln, and has issue, 1/ John-Charlton KITCHANT b.27may1834 2/ Job Henry KITCHANT b.20aug1835 3/ Richard-Caton KITCHANT b.04apr1841 3/1 Eliza power KITCHANT 3/2 Myra catherine ann KITCHANT Mr Kinchant is a Magistrate for the county of Salop, and an officer in the North Shropshire Yeomanry Cavalry. He suceeded to the Estates on the demise of his uncle the late John-Charlton Kinchant Esq in 1832.
Bernard Burke's - 1863 - Heraldry Kinchant, Richard henry, of Park Hall, co. Salop, JP and DL High Sherrif 1846 b.06jan1804, late an officer in the 69th regiment, m.02dec1831, Eliza-maria CATON, only dau of the Rev. Richard Bewley Caton M.A. of Binbrook, co. Lincoln; and has issue: 1/ Charlton-john Kinchant b.27may1834 accidently drowned may 1859 2/ job-henry Kinchant b.20aug1835 3/ Richard-caton Kinchant b.04apr1841 Liet HM Madras army 4/ Eliza power Kinchant b. m.23apr1851 Edward Venables esq son of L J Venables esq, of Woodhill co. Salop 5/ Maria catherine ann KITCHANTsource:http://Books.Google.co.uk
Marriage Date 27 - Apr Marriage Year 1831 Husband First Names B. Husband Surname Halfhide Wife First Names Elizabeth Wife Surname Kinchant IOR Reference None Source Year 1832 Source Edition 2 Source Presidency Bengal Source Event Marriage Entry At Cawnpore, Major B. Halfhide, of H.M. 44th regt., to Elizabeth, daughter of the late Richard Kinchant, Esq., Madras civil service. Transcribed by FIBIS Volunteers
1841 census source HO107; Piece 679; Folio: 38; Page: 28; place Book: 4; St Marylebone; District: 6; Dwelling Seymore place born this county Richard Caton head 65 Clergyman n Eliza Caton 60 Ireland Thurston Caton 30 Surgeon n Esther Caton 20 n Adine Caton 2 n Maria Kinchant (dau) 30 FS?(visitor) n 1841 census source HO107; Piece 916; Book: 6; Folio: ; Page: 1 place Whittington; County: Shropshire; Enumeration District: 4; dwelling Park Hall Richard Kinchant 2 months y Myra Kinchant 2 y Charles Lawson M S Thomas Pool M S Mary Daniel 40 F S Mary Powell 20 F S Ellen Charles 20 F S Sarah Harris 20 F S Elizabeth Chidlow 20 F S source: HO107; Piece: 926; Book: 1; Folio: 16; Page: 25; Place: St Chad, Shewsbury district 4 Shropshire Dwelling Girls boarding schoool Eliza Kinchant 8 (eliza power)pupil source: HO107; Piece: 911; Book: 17; Folio: 5; Page: 5; Place: St Chad Dwelling Bicton (boys) School Chas Kinchant 5 (john charlton) Henry Kinchant 5 (job henry)
1851 census Source HO107; Piece: 1993; Folio: 667; Page: 30 Place Whittingdon District 1d, Shropshire Dwelling Park Hall shed 115 Richard henry Kinchant head M 46 Magistrate & Landed proprietor Cudden E I. Maria eliza Kinchant wife M 38 Dublin Ireland Eliza power Kinchant dau 18 St Leonards Bucks John Charlton Kinchant son 16 St Leonards Bucks Myra chatherine ann Kinchant dau 11 Scholar at Home Whittington Salop Richard caton Kinchant son 9 Scholar at home Whittington Salop Richard Redmond Caton vist 44 Landed proprietor Otleside Westmoreland Frances eliza Caton niece 18 Woodmancote Hants Catherine Clarke governess 29 Jamacia, British subject Mary Davis serv u 50 cook Salop oswestry Elizabeth Jones serv u 26 ladies maid Manchester, lancs Elizabeth Jones serv u 22 house maid Mongomeryshire Llanrilin Sarah William serv u 16 ?emp?hess Mongomeryshire criggi?n John Davis serv u 22 coachman Denbyshire llang/llon John Llewelyn serv u 20 footman Shropshire wittington
30th April 1851
On the 23rd inst., at Whittington Church, Shropshire,
Edward frederick Venables ,
second son of L. J. Venables, Esq, of Woodhill to
Eliza power Kinchant, eldest daughter of
Richard Henry Kinchant, Esq, of Park Hall
and Bishop's Castle, Shropshire.
Morning Chronical 8th Feb 1860
By the Lord-Lieutenant of the county of Salop,
Shropshire Regiment of Militia;
Job henry Kinchant, gent., to be
Lieutenant, vice Pelburn, promoted.
1861 census source RG9; Piece: 1880; Folio: 41; Page: 18; sched24 place Whittington, District 9, Shropshire Dwelling Park Hall Richard H Kinchant head M 56 Gentleman & H D L Cuddalore E I Maria E Kinchant wife M 40 Lady Ireland Job Henry Kinchant son U 24 Der malitia St Senards Bucks Myra Kinchant dau 20 Whittington Salop Edward Bailey serv 18 groom Margaret Davies serv 54 cook Elizabeth Edwards serv 22 dairy maid William Paddock serv 18 footman Eliza J Williams serv 22 housemaid
Cause number: 1864 C155. Short title: Caton v Kinchant. Documents: Bill, interrogatories, two answers. Plaintiffs: Richard Redmond Caton and others. Defendants: Maria Eliza Kinchant widow and Job Henry Kinchant (abroad). Provincial solicitor employed in Lincolnshire. Covering dates 1864
13th January 1877, Marriages
Rev Charles Granville GEPP. M.A, Oxford, to
Charlotte, widow of J. Henry KINCHANT Esq, Park Hall, Oswestry, Salop.
1871 census Source: Place: Kentish Town, Pancras london Dwelling 68 Gaisford street Richard Kinchant head 70 Retire commander indian Navy Bloomsbury london Maria Kinchant wife 65 Bloomsbury, Sussex Gardens , kensington Maria Kinchant 65 sister Isle of Man
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 Australianote: Gwen and Goring are Richard Caton Kinchant's Niece and Nephew
& 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.
& 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
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