Charles Richard Cheffins

Born
c 
Died
aged 69
Marriage
  1. Mary Ann Craven,
    1. Frederick Forsyth Cheffins, b
    2. Edith Annie Cheffins, b , d
    3. Edward Craven Cheffins, b , d
    4. Georgina Fanny Cheffins, b , d
    5. Charles Elliott Cheffins, b , d
    6. Marianne Elizabeth Ella Cheffins, b , d
    7. Adeline Anne Craven Cheffins, b , d
    8. Harold William Joshua Cheffins, b
    9. George Arthur Stanley Cheffins, b , d
    10. Ethel Jane Barrett Cheffins, b , d
    11. Cheffins, b
Arms of Cheffins
Arms of Cheffins
Blazon
Or, on a chief embattled gules three leopards’ faces argent.
Sources
  1. Burke, Bernard, The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, p 188. , London, Harrison & Sons.
  2. Grant of arms in to Thomas Chiffinch or Cheffin, Westminster Abbey.
Acknowledgement
Leopard’s face from lobsterthermidor.
Pedigree
Pedigree of Cheffins
Dedicatee
Gillingham, St Mary Magdalene
  1. South Chapel east, , three lights,
    2a. King Charles I with crowned C symbol 2b. Christ’s death on the cross, Tree of Life as cross, with crowned Α (alpha) and Ω (omega) symbols 2c. St Richard of Chichester with R and mitre symbol
    1a. Arms of King Charles I 1b. IHϲ monogram 1c. Symbol of St Richard of Chichester
    (FH)
St Ives, St Ia the Virgin
  1. Lady Chapel east, , four lights, Adoration of the shepherds and Magi
Notes
  1. Marriage at St Andrew’s, Holborn, of Charles Richard Cheffins and Mary Ann Craven, youngest daughter of Joshua Craven of Prospect House, Thornton Bradford, Yorkshire, Sun (London) p 4, Bradford Observer p 5, Yorkshire Gazette p 3.
  2. Death, Globe p 9, Sussex Agricultural Express p 4, Maidstone Journal and Kentish Advertiser p 1, Kentish Express p 6, National Advocate (Bathurst, NSW), p 2, (mentions son, Mr F Forsyth-Cheffins, in Australia).