Birth: 15 September 1794
Place or Registered Place of Birth: Broadwater, Worcestershire
Baptism: Not Known
Place of Baptism: Not Known
Death: 20 July 1875 - Aged 80
Place or Registered Place of Death: Horsham, Sussex
Father: Charles Scrase Dickins (1762-1833)
Mother: Elizabeth Devall (1769-1840)
Spouse(s): Frances Elizabeth Smith Compton
Date of Marriage: 18 February 1829
Place or Registered Place of Marriage: St. George's, Hanover Square, Middlesex
William Drummond Scrace Dickins (1832-1914)
Charles Scrace Spencer Dickins (1830-1884)
Compton Alwyne Dickins (1831-1884)
Anne M. Dickins (1833-)
Charles Scrase Dickins lived at Coolhurst, Horsham, Sussex, England.
The Illustrated London News
Jan. 28, 1860 p.90
At the Court at Buckingham Palace, held on Monday, the following Sheriffs for 1860 were appointed by Her Majesty in Council:-
Sussex Charles Scrase Dickins of Coolhurst, Esq.
The Annual Register of World Events, Volume 71 - 1829
18. At St. George's, Charles Scrase Dickins, esq. to lady F. Eliza Compton, sister of the present marquis of Northampton.
Coolhurst, Horsham, Sussex
Charles Scrase Dickins - Head - Married - 56 - 1795 - Landed Proprietor, J.P., Farming, Deputy Lieutenant for the County of Sussex - Brighthelmstone, Sussex
Lady Elizabeth F. Dickins - Wife - 59 - 1792 - Peers Daughter - Erlestoke, Wiltshire
Charles Spencer S. Dickins - Son - 21 - 1830 - Undergraduate of Oxford - Brighthelmstone, Sussex
William Drummond S. Dickins - Son - 18 - 1833 - Horsham, Sussex
Charles Scrase Dickins (sen.) was born at Broadwater in Worcestershire on 27 September 1762. Charles died, aged 71, at West Stoke in Sussex on 11 October 1833 and was buried at St. Andrew's, West Stoke.
Elizabeth Devall was the daughter of John Devall of London, where she was born on 12 April 1769. Elizabeth was baptised on 30 April 1769 at Saint Mary, St Marylebone Road, Saint Marylebone, London in Middlesex. She died on 6 October 1840 at Westhampnett in Sussex and was buried at St. Andrew's, West Stoke.
Charles Scrase Dickins (sen.) and Elizabeth Devall were married at Saint Marylebone, London in Middlesex on 5 May 1792.
Charles Dickins, Esq., assumed the additional surname and arms of Scrase, upon the demise of his maternal grandfather in 1792, and on the 5th May, in that year, m. Elizabeth, dau. of John Devall, Esq. of London, by whom he left, at his decease, 11 Oct. 1833, an only child, the present Charles Scrase-Dickins, Esq.
St. Andrew, West Stoke, Sussex
SACRED TO THE MEMORY
CHARLES SCRASE DICKINS ESQR
BORN SEP 27 1762 OB OCT 11 1833
THIS TABLET IS ERECTED BY THOSE
WHO HAVING KNOWN AND LOVED HIM BEST,
HAVE THE GREATEST REASON
TO LAMENT HIS LOSS - HIS WIDOW AND HIS SON
"BEHOLD THE UPRIGHT: FOR THE END OF THAT
MAN IS PEACE". PSALMS 27 V:37.
St. Andrew, West Stoke, Sussex
TO THE MEMORY OF
ELIZABETH SCRASE DICKINS,
BORN APRIL 12TH 1769
DIED OCTOBER 6TH 1840
A TRULY PIOUS AND HUMBLE CHRISTIAN;
BELOVED AND RESPECTED BY ALL
WHO HAD THE HAPPINESS OF KNOWING HER.
THE COMMANDMENTS OF HER GOD
WHERE HER GUIDE THROUGH LIFE,
AND HER FIRM TRUST IN
THE MERITS OF HER SAVIOUR,
WAS HER SUPPORT IN THE HOUR OF DEATH.
THIS TABLET IS ERECTED
AS A TRIBUTE OF RESPECT AND AFFECTION,
TO THE BEST OF MOTHERS,
BY HER ONLY CHILD.
CHARLES SCRASE DICKINS.
THE ABOVE WAS DAUGHTER OF JOHN DEVAL, ESQR.
AND RELICT OF CHARLES SCRASE DICKINS, ESQE.
MANY YEARS RESIDENT AT WEST STOKE.
Charles Scrase Dickins