Baron Hichens

aged 68
William Hichens
Elizabeth Stephens Ley Bazeley
  1. Catharine Oldham,
Arms of Hichens
Arms of Hichens
Argent a cross patonce quarterly gules and azure, between four lions’ heads erased sable, langued of the second.
  1. Vivian, JL (ed). The Visitations of Cornwall. p 214. , Exeter, William Pollard & Co.
  2. Burke, Bernard, The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, p 494. , London, Harrison & Sons.
  3. Burke , op. cit., p 487.
Lion’s head erased from Elisabeth stilton.
Pedigree of Hichens
  1. Parents inferred from household of William and Elizabeth Hichens, St Andrews Street, St Ives, census, HO107/144 (Part 4) Book 5, Folio 53, p 7. Listed as 2 years younger than John Hichens, 4 years younger than Jane Hichens.
  2. Matriculated Exeter College, Oxford, aged 18, fourth son of William Hichens of St Ives, Cornwall, Alumni Oxonienses, Vol II, p 654, .
  3. Marriage at St Giles’, Camberwell, by the Revd JR Oldham (father of the bride), assisted by the Revd Richard Hichens (brother of the groom) of the Revd Baron Hichens, youngest son of William Hichens of St Ives, Cornwall, and Catharine Oldham, eldest daughter of the Revd JR Oldham, Chaplain of Dulwich College, Morning Advertiser p 8, St James’s Chronicle p 8, Bell’s Weekly Messenger p 8, Royal Cornwall Gazette p 5
  4. Death of Baron Hichens, vicar of Ottershaw, Surrey, Hampshire Chronicle p 5, Sussex Agricultural Express p 2 Hampshire Chronicle p 5 (short obituary). Age given as 68 in notices. Death of Baron Hichens, aged 69, registered in Jul–Sep , Wharfedale district, vol 9a, p 99. GRO FreeBMD (age given as 69).