Chaloner Arcedeckne (pronounced 'Archdeacon') built the present Glevering Hall, which was completed in 1794, together with the family Mausoleum in Hacheston churchyard (circa 1794-1809). Chaloner died in 1809 and is interred in the Mausoleum, together with six other members of his family.
The Arcedeckne funeral hatchment hangs on the north wall of the chancel of Hacheston church. Details are given as: Dexter background black. Quarterly 1 and 4 ARCEDECKNE. 2 and 3 Arg. on a Gu. and Az. on a chevron between three martlets Arg. three eagles displayed Sa. BECKFORD. 2. Arg. three bars and in chief three lions' heads erased Gu. LOVE. 3. LEIGH. Crest: An arm embowed mailed proper in the hand a sword, pommel and hilt Or. Mantling: Gu. and Arg. Motto Deus providebit (God will provide). (For Andrew Arcedeckne of Glevering Hall, who married 1816 Harriet, only daughter of Francis Love Beckford, and died 1849.) (Burke's Landed Gentry 1853 ed.)
There are a number of other memorials to the family in the church, including a commemorative memorial plaque for his father, Andrew Arcedeckne, who was Queen Anne's Attorney General in the island of Jamaica, who died in 1763 aged 82, on the south wall of the south aisle; a stained glass memorial window by Lavers and Westlake, London 1891, for Anne Harriet Arcedeckne, the wife of his son Andrew, who died in 1878, depicting a disciple of Jesus bringing new life to Tabitha (see Acts 9 v 36-42), on the north wall of the nave; and a monument to Walter Arcedeckne, son of Chaloner Arcedeckne, who died at Richmond, Surrey on 5th January1865, aged 69 years. also on the north wall of the nave.
Further information about the Arcedeckne family, their Mausoleum and their monuments, can be found by clicking on this link (5 page document in pdf format).
David Clough and Richard Ginn