- Group portrait of Chillingworth and McKinley family members.
- Accompanying note: "From left: Jennie D. Chillingworth, Eugene F. McKinley, Charles Curtis Chillingworth and Eva Crouse McKinley. Eugene McKinley and Charles Chillingworth had practiced law together and were good friends. Jennie and Charles Chillingworth had given their oldest son the middle name of 'Eugene' after their friend. The McKinley's daughter, Marjorie, married Curtis Eugene Chillingworth on November 5, 1920."
- Curtis Eugene Chillingworth (October 24, 1896 to presumably June 15, 1955) was a Florida attorney and state judge who was abducted from his home at Manalapan, Florida and was later murdered along with his wife, Marjorie Chillingworth. West Palm Beach municipal court judge Joseph Alexander Peel Jr. was later convicted of hiring felon Floyd "Lucky" Hotzapfel and George "Bobby" Lincoln, a bolita and moonshine operator, to commit the crime.
- Charles Curtis Chillingworth was born at Liverpool, New York on May 12, 1868. He was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1893 after moving to Lake Worth in 1892 and later opened a law office in Juno, Florida. Charles moved his office to West Palm Beach in 1905 and became the town's first attorney. He retired from his law practice in 1925 and died on October 25, 1936.
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