Simeon Parkinson

M, #34958, b. circa 1617, d. circa 1659
Father*Thomas Parkinson b. c 1585, d. b Jul 1648
Mother*Ann (Unknown)
     Simeon Parkinson was born circa 1617. He was baptized in 1617. He was the son of Thomas Parkinson and Ann (Unknown). Simeon Parkinson died circa 1659. He was buried in 1659 at Quaker Burial Ground.
Last Edited20 Aug 2002
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William Parkinson

M, #34959, d. circa 1700
Father*Thomas Parkinson b. c 1585, d. b Jul 1648
Mother*Ann (Unknown)
     William Parkinson was the son of Thomas Parkinson and Ann (Unknown). William Parkinson died circa 1700. He was buried in 1700.
Last Edited20 Aug 2002
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Margaret Parkinson

F, #34960
Father*Thomas Parkinson b. c 1585, d. b Jul 1648
Mother*Ann (Unknown)
     Margaret Parkinson was the daughter of Thomas Parkinson and Ann (Unknown).
Last Edited20 Aug 2002
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Phineas Parkinson

M, #34961, d. circa 1708
Father*Thomas Parkinson b. c 1585, d. b Jul 1648
Mother*Ann (Unknown)
     Phineas Parkinson was the son of Thomas Parkinson and Ann (Unknown). Phineas Parkinson died circa 1708. He was buried in 1708.
Last Edited20 Aug 2002
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Isabel Parkinson

F, #34962, b. circa 1619
Father*Thomas Parkinson b. c 1585, d. b Jul 1648
Mother*Ann (Unknown)
     Isabel Parkinson was born circa 1619. She was baptized in 1619. She was the daughter of Thomas Parkinson and Ann (Unknown). Isabel Parkinson married an unknown person in 1639.
     Her married name was Carr.
Last Edited20 Aug 2002
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John Parkinson of Bowland

M, #34963, d. before 1 April 1763
Father*(Unknown) Parkinson
     John Parkinson of Bowland was the son of (Unknown) Parkinson. John Parkinson of Bowland married Ellen (Unknown). John Parkinson of Bowland died before 1 April 1763 at Blindhurst Farm, Bleasdale, Lancashire, EnglandG. He was buried on 1 April 1763 at Slaidburn, Lancashire, EnglandG.

Family

Ellen (Unknown) d. c 1740
Children
Last Edited29 Aug 2002
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Ellen (Unknown)

F, #34964, d. circa 1740
     Ellen (Unknown) married John Parkinson of Bowland, son of (Unknown) Parkinson. Ellen (Unknown) died circa 1740 aged of Fence in Forest of Bowland. She was buried on 11 September 1763 at Slaidburn, Lancashire, EnglandG.
     Her married name was Parkinson.

Family

John Parkinson of Bowland d. b 1 Apr 1763
Children
Last Edited21 May 2005
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Ellen Parkinson

F, #34965, b. circa 1739
Father*John Parkinson of Bowland d. b 1 Apr 1763
Mother*Ellen (Unknown) d. c 1740
     Ellen Parkinson married an unknown person. She was born circa 1739. She was the daughter of John Parkinson of Bowland and Ellen (Unknown). Ellen Parkinson was baptized on 19 July 1739 at Whitewell.
     Her married name was Cardwell.
Last Edited20 Aug 2002
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William Parkinson

M, #34966, b. circa 1737
Father*John Parkinson of Bowland d. b 1 Apr 1763
Mother*Ellen (Unknown) d. c 1740
     William Parkinson was born circa 1737. He was the son of John Parkinson of Bowland and Ellen (Unknown). William Parkinson was baptized on 12 May 1737 at Whtewell, Lancashire, EnglandG. He was buried on 12 September 1744 at Slaidburn, Lancashire, EnglandG, of Fence.
Last Edited29 Aug 2002
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(Unknown) Parkinson

M, #34967

Family

Children
Last Edited20 Aug 2002
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Thomas Parkinson

M, #34968, d. before 1768
Father*(Unknown) Parkinson
     Thomas Parkinson was the son of (Unknown) Parkinson. Thomas Parkinson died before 1768.
     He was children John, Isabel, Richard, Elizabeth.
Last Edited16 Mar 2007
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Robert Parkinson

M, #34969, d. before 16 January 1769
Father*(Unknown) Parkinson
     Robert Parkinson was the son of (Unknown) Parkinson. Robert Parkinson died before 16 January 1769 at Blindhurst Farm, Bleasdale, Lancashire, EnglandG. He was buried on 16 January 1769 at Slaidburn, Lancashire, EnglandG, of Blindhurst.
     He left a will on 5 December 1768 at Lancashire, EnglandG; left property at Holden Tenement, Dalehead, Slaidburn.
Last Edited29 Aug 2002
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Robert Parkinson

M, #34970, b. 1832
Father*Richard Parkinson b. c 1794, d. 14 Nov 1868
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     Robert Parkinson was born in 1832. He was the son of Richard Parkinson.
Last Edited29 Aug 2002
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John Parkinson

M, #34971, b. 1835
Father*Richard Parkinson b. c 1794, d. 14 Nov 1868
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     John Parkinson was born in 1835. He was the son of Richard Parkinson.
Last Edited29 Aug 2002
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Ellen Parkinson

F, #34972
Father*Richard Parkinson of Hazlehurst & Sykes b. 20 Jun 1711, d. b 3 Dec 1783
Mother*Alice Smith d. b 26 May 1772
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     Ellen Parkinson was the daughter of Richard Parkinson of Hazlehurst & Sykes and Alice Smith. Ellen Parkinson married an unknown person.
     Her married name was Kenyon.
Last Edited29 Aug 2002
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Christine Catherine Munro

F, #34973, b. 6 February 1917, d. 11 January 1995
     Christine Catherine Munro was born on 6 February 1917. She died on 11 January 1995 at Richmond Upon Thames, Surrey, EnglandG.
     As of 18 December 1937,her married name was Parkinson.
Last Edited22 Mar 2003
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Alfred Parkinson

M, #34974

Family

Christine Catherine Munro b. 6 Feb 1917, d. 11 Jan 1995
Children
Last Edited22 Mar 2003
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Christopher Parkinson

M, #34975, b. 1940, d. 1945
Father*Alfred Parkinson
Mother*Christine Catherine Munro b. 6 Feb 1917, d. 11 Jan 1995
     Christopher Parkinson was born in 1940 at Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, EnglandG. He was the son of Alfred Parkinson and Christine Catherine Munro. Christopher Parkinson died in 1945 at Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, EnglandG.
Last Edited22 Mar 2003
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Eileen Parkinson

F, #34976, b. 11 November 1942
Father*Alfred Parkinson
Mother*Christine Catherine Munro b. 6 Feb 1917, d. 11 Jan 1995
     Eileen Parkinson was born on 11 November 1942 at Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire, EnglandG. She is the daughter of Alfred Parkinson and Christine Catherine Munro.
Last Edited22 Mar 2003
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Bridget T Leyden1

F, #34977
Last Edited29 Jul 2015

Citations

  1. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use, England & Wales marriages 1837-2008 Transcription
    First name(s)      JOHN
    Last name      FEATHERSTONE
    Marriage quarter      4
    Marriage year      1954
    Registration month      -
    MarriageFinder™      JOHN FEATHERSTONE married
    BRIDGET T LEYDEN
    Spouse's last name      LEYDEN
    District      NORTHAMPTON
    District number      -
    County      Northamptonshire
    Country      England
    Volume      3B
    Page      1217 (1837-1965).

Thomas Fetherstonhaugh

M, #34978, b. circa 1213, d. after 1272
Thomas Fetherstonhaugh I
2nd Son
Arms:. Gules a chevron between three ostrich feathers argent
It is not known for a fact how many Thomas's there were but the period between Elias and Thomas born cir 1272 gives a possibilty using 25 years a generation to have had four generations of Thomases. All would have had the same Arms passed down father to son
Father*Elias Featherstone b. c 1185, d. c 1226
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     Thomas Fetherstonhaugh was born circa 1213.1,2 He was the son of Elias Featherstone. Thomas Fetherstonhaugh died after 1272.

Family

Child
Last Edited13 Nov 2014

Citations

  1. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    From all the available references and working on 20-25 year generations it appears that in 13th and 14th century Northumberland there was probably a succession of five eldest sons named Thomas and also a cousin named Thomas. The five Thomases were, in their turn, successively described in legal documents only as "junior" and"senior" giving rise to some confusion in generations. Earlier researchers constructing a tree of the early Featherstones prudently left a space after Helias. However, a letter lodged with Society of Genealogists in London gives 1213 as the year of the first Thomas' birth which makes him appear to be the "heir11 of Helias mentioned in the document of 1212-1217.
  2. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    The first mention found of a Thomas in a legal document is in 1225 (10 Henry III) when he was granted the manor of Featherstonhalgh in socage*. This suggests that Helias had died in that year. In 1244 and again in 1277 there are references to Thomas senior acquiring property in Wyden*. This implies that the second Thomas was born before 1244. If these birth dates are accepted, in 1277 the first Thomas (if still alive) would have been 64 and the second Thomas at least 33, old enough to have been the Thomas senior referred to in the 1277 document. However we are told that in 1272 Thomas junior took the inquest after the death of Thomas Lord Lucy, Baron of Langley*. We can therefore assume that the first Thomas was still living in 1272. Around 1256 Thomas held of the barony of Tindale, the manor of Fetherstanhalgh***. The next known document mentioning a Thomas was in 1309 when Thomas and his son,.also namedThomas, were inquisitors after the death of the second Thomas Lord Lucy, Baron of Langley*. In 130V the first Thomas (if still alive) would have been in his nineties, the second Thomas at least 65, and the third Thomas possibly in his forties.with a son (the fourth Thomas) who could have been in his twenties. On 21 April 1312 Thomas, probably the third Thomas, was a purchasing agent to King Edward II and was ordered to purchase 392 quarters of wheat and 420 quarters of malt in preparation for the King's visit to Newcastle**.
  3. [S1213] John Hodgson, A History of Northumberland, Thomas "senior and junior", Hugh de Walls and others were conservators to a truce between England and Scotland*.

Thomas Fetherstonhaugh1

M, #34979, b. circa 1244
It is not known for a fact how many Thomas's there were but the period between Elias and Thomas born cir 1272 gives a possibilty using 25 years a generation to have had four generations of Thomases. All would have had the same Arms passed down father to son
Father*Thomas Fetherstonhaugh1 b. c 1213, d. a 1272
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     Thomas Fetherstonhaugh was born circa 1244.2 He was the son of Thomas Fetherstonhaugh.1

Family

Child
Last Edited13 Nov 2014

Citations

  1. [S1213] John Hodgson, A History of Northumberland, Thomas "senior and junior", Hugh de Walls and others were conservators to a truce between England and Scotland*.
  2. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    The first mention found of a Thomas in a legal document is in 1225 (10 Henry III) when he was granted the manor of Featherstonhalgh in socage*. This suggests that Helias had died in that year. In 1244 and again in 1277 there are references to Thomas senior acquiring property in Wyden*. This implies that the second Thomas was born before 1244. If these birth dates are accepted, in 1277 the first Thomas (if still alive) would have been 64 and the second Thomas at least 33, old enough to have been the Thomas senior referred to in the 1277 document. However we are told that in 1272 Thomas junior took the inquest after the death of Thomas Lord Lucy, Baron of Langley*. We can therefore assume that the first Thomas was still living in 1272. Around 1256 Thomas held of the barony of Tindale, the manor of Fetherstanhalgh***. The next known document mentioning a Thomas was in 1309 when Thomas and his son,.also namedThomas, were inquisitors after the death of the second Thomas Lord Lucy, Baron of Langley*. In 130V the first Thomas (if still alive) would have been in his nineties, the second Thomas at least 65, and the third Thomas possibly in his forties.with a son (the fourth Thomas) who could have been in his twenties. On 21 April 1312 Thomas, probably the third Thomas, was a purchasing agent to King Edward II and was ordered to purchase 392 quarters of wheat and 420 quarters of malt in preparation for the King's visit to Newcastle**.

Thomas Fetherstonhaugh

M, #34980, b. circa 1255, d. after 1312
It is not known for a fact how many Thomas's there were but the period between Elias and Thomas born cir 1272 gives a possibilty using 25 years a generation to have had four generations of Thomases. All would have had the same Arms passed down father to son
Father*Thomas Fetherstonhaugh b. c 1244
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     Thomas Fetherstonhaugh was born circa 1255.1 He was the son of Thomas Fetherstonhaugh. Thomas Fetherstonhaugh married Mariota (Unknown) circa 1275.2 Thomas Fetherstonhaugh died after 1312.

Family

Mariota (Unknown) d. a 1336
Children
Last Edited13 Nov 2014

Citations

  1. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    The first mention found of a Thomas in a legal document is in 1225 (10 Henry III) when he was granted the manor of Featherstonhalgh in socage*. This suggests that Helias had died in that year. In 1244 and again in 1277 there are references to Thomas senior acquiring property in Wyden*. This implies that the second Thomas was born before 1244. If these birth dates are accepted, in 1277 the first Thomas (if still alive) would have been 64 and the second Thomas at least 33, old enough to have been the Thomas senior referred to in the 1277 document. However we are told that in 1272 Thomas junior took the inquest after the death of Thomas Lord Lucy, Baron of Langley*. We can therefore assume that the first Thomas was still living in 1272. Around 1256 Thomas held of the barony of Tindale, the manor of Fetherstanhalgh***. The next known document mentioning a Thomas was in 1309 when Thomas and his son,.also namedThomas, were inquisitors after the death of the second Thomas Lord Lucy, Baron of Langley*. In 130V the first Thomas (if still alive) would have been in his nineties, the second Thomas at least 65, and the third Thomas possibly in his forties.with a son (the fourth Thomas) who could have been in his twenties. On 21 April 1312 Thomas, probably the third Thomas, was a purchasing agent to King Edward II and was ordered to purchase 392 quarters of wheat and 420 quarters of malt in preparation for the King's visit to Newcastle**.
  2. [S1213] John Hodgson, A History of Northumberland, A clue to Mariota's origines. It is not clear whether Mariota was a widow in 1312 but we are told that her son Thomas granted the manor of Fetherstan-halg to her in 1336*. This suggests that Mariota was married to the third Thomas.
  3. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    1323. 30 July. Thomas "and his brother, Alexander," were rewarded with a grant from the King of the land in Sedburgh in Lonsdale, Yorkshire, forfeited by the rebel, Andrew de Harcla**.
  4. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    Tree.

Mariota (Unknown)1

F, #34981, d. after 1336
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     Mariota (Unknown) married Thomas Fetherstonhaugh, son of Thomas Fetherstonhaugh, circa 1275.1 Mariota (Unknown) died after 1336.1
     As of circa 1275,her married name was Fetherstonhaugh.1

Family

Thomas Fetherstonhaugh b. c 1255, d. a 1312
Children
Last Edited21 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1213] John Hodgson, A History of Northumberland, A clue to Mariota's origines. It is not clear whether Mariota was a widow in 1312 but we are told that her son Thomas granted the manor of Fetherstan-halg to her in 1336*. This suggests that Mariota was married to the third Thomas.
  2. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    1323. 30 July. Thomas "and his brother, Alexander," were rewarded with a grant from the King of the land in Sedburgh in Lonsdale, Yorkshire, forfeited by the rebel, Andrew de Harcla**.
  3. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    Tree.

Thomas Fetherstonhaugh1

M, #34982, b. circa 1272, d. circa 1336
Arms of Thomas
Father*Thomas Fetherstonhaugh1 b. c 1255, d. a 1312
Mother*Mariota (Unknown)1 d. a 1336
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     Thomas Fetherstonhaugh was born circa 1272.1,2,3,4 He was the son of Thomas Fetherstonhaugh and Mariota (Unknown).1 Thomas Fetherstonhaugh died circa 1336.1

Family

Child
Last Edited13 Nov 2014

Citations

  1. [S1213] John Hodgson, A History of Northumberland, A clue to Mariota's origines. It is not clear whether Mariota was a widow in 1312 but we are told that her son Thomas granted the manor of Fetherstan-halg to her in 1336*. This suggests that Mariota was married to the third Thomas.
  2. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    The first mention found of a Thomas in a legal document is in 1225 (10 Henry III) when he was granted the manor of Featherstonhalgh in socage*. This suggests that Helias had died in that year. In 1244 and again in 1277 there are references to Thomas senior acquiring property in Wyden*. This implies that the second Thomas was born before 1244. If these birth dates are accepted, in 1277 the first Thomas (if still alive) would have been 64 and the second Thomas at least 33, old enough to have been the Thomas senior referred to in the 1277 document. However we are told that in 1272 Thomas junior took the inquest after the death of Thomas Lord Lucy, Baron of Langley*. We can therefore assume that the first Thomas was still living in 1272. Around 1256 Thomas held of the barony of Tindale, the manor of Fetherstanhalgh***. The next known document mentioning a Thomas was in 1309 when Thomas and his son,.also namedThomas, were inquisitors after the death of the second Thomas Lord Lucy, Baron of Langley*. In 130V the first Thomas (if still alive) would have been in his nineties, the second Thomas at least 65, and the third Thomas possibly in his forties.with a son (the fourth Thomas) who could have been in his twenties. On 21 April 1312 Thomas, probably the third Thomas, was a purchasing agent to King Edward II and was ordered to purchase 392 quarters of wheat and 420 quarters of malt in preparation for the King's visit to Newcastle**.
  3. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    The following further events relating to "Thomas" have been recorded :-
    1320. 15 September. Thomas witnessed the enrolment of a deed in the Chancery at Westminster**. 1322 Thomas stood surety for Robert de Angerton of Newcastle who was sending ships south for corn. Thomas was to ensure that Robert did not convey the corn to places other than York and Newcastle and did not communicate with the Scots or the Flemish**.
    1323. 30 July. Thomas "and his brother, Alexander," were rewarded with a grant from the King of the land in Sedburgh in Lonsdale, Yorkshire, forfeited by the rebel, Andrew de Harcla**.
    1324 &1326-8. Writs were addressed to Thomas as " keeper of the King's peles at Highhead in Cumberland pid Staworth (see also "1327 (ii)" below) in N:rthumberland**. 1326. Appointed to array all the fencible men of the liberties of Hexham (Northumberland), Wark in Tyndale,-the Barony of Tyndale and the moor of Alderston, to assess them to arms and lead them at the King's will or elsewhere as shall seem to the same Thomas to the King's advantage. with power to punish any found rebellious in this behalf **.
  4. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    It appears that 1327 was an eventful year for the Thomases in their services to the Crown. In January of that year (but possibly 1328 under our present Gregorian calendar) Edward II was deposed, to be succeeded by his 14 year-old son Edward III. In truth England was ruled in the King's name by his mother Queen Isabella and her lover Roger Mortimer for the first three years of Edward Ill's reign. In 1330 Edward asserted himself by arresting Mortimer with his own hands at Northampton Castle and having him tried and executed. Isabella was retired from public life with a yearly pension.)

    1327. (i)Thomas "senior and junior", Hugh de Walls and others were conservators to a truce between England and Scotland*.
    The King made "him" keeper of the Pele at Staworth for a given time and ordered him to repair the tower*.
    For his good services he gave "him" the custody of the manor of Werk in Tyndale for life*.
    As his valette, assigned "him" to elect able men in the liberties of Hexham, Wark in Tyndale and the barony of Tyndale*.
    1328 (i) Thomas the younger and his father were commissioned to cause the truce with Scotland to be observed in Northumberland and the Marches**.
    (ii) Thomas restored to the Abbot of Jedburgh (Roxburgh) out of his custody the land and possessions which had been seized by Edward II because of the war against Scotland**. 1328 & 9. Thomas served on inquisitions post mortem**.
    1329. Thomas the younger and his uncle, Peter,
    received a general pardon from the King for their
    actions "in the late rebellion."**.
    1331. Thomas went to Ireland with Anthony de Lucy**.

    In the year 1335Thomas had a mandate to array all the men at arms in South Tindale*.
    In 1336 Thomas granted to his mother, Mariota de Fetherstan, the manor of Fetherstanhalg*.

    In 1327 (for example) the third Thomas was probably in his sixties and his son, the fourth Thomas in his forties. However, in 1335 the third Thomas would have been in his seventies. The fourth Thomas could himself have had a son of the same name (a fifth Thomas) by 1327 who it is possible could by then have been in his twenties or even early thirties. Which Thomas is referred to in each of most of the events is therefore very much open to conjecture. From lack of evidence to the contrary, it can be assumed that either the fifth Thomas had no children or that they died before their parents.
  5. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    Tree.

Margaret (Unknown)1

F, #34983
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650

Family

Thomas Fetherstonhaugh b. c 1300
Last Edited21 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1213] John Hodgson, A History of Northumberland, In 1374 Margaret is recorded as widow of Thomas de Fetherstanhalgh and holding lands in the manor of Fetherstonhalgh for life. This appears to indicate that she was the wife of the fifth Thomas.

Alexander Fetherstonhaugh1

M, #34984, b. circa 1273, d. circa 1356
Attributed Arms:.
Arms:. Gules a chevron charged with three crescents sable between three ostrich feathers argent
Father*Thomas Fetherstonhaugh1 b. c 1255, d. a 1312
Mother*Mariota (Unknown)1 d. a 1336
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     Alexander Fetherstonhaugh was born circa 1273.1,2 He was the son of Thomas Fetherstonhaugh and Mariota (Unknown).1 Alexander Fetherstonhaugh died circa 1356.1,2
Last Edited16 Jul 2016

Citations

  1. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    1323. 30 July. Thomas "and his brother, Alexander," were rewarded with a grant from the King of the land in Sedburgh in Lonsdale, Yorkshire, forfeited by the rebel, Andrew de Harcla**.
  2. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    ALEXANDER is recorded as the second son after Thomas and must have been of mature years in 1306 when by deed he gave to Thomas Tuggen-hali, vicar of Haltwisill, all his lands in Wyden and Redepath*. An inquest held at Newcastle suggests that he died c. 1365*. Other dates and events relating to this Alexander are:
    In 1331 King Edward III appointed Alexander to the custody of Limerick Castle in Ireland and to the office of Constable of Dublin Castle**.
    In 1332 Alexander drew wages for a mission from Ireland to England. Anthony de Lucy the Justiciar of Ireland, the Chancellor and the Treasurer had sent him to report to the King on the state of the country**.
    1347 Back in England, Alexander served on a commission to inquire into the devastation by the Scots of the de Lucy lands in Northumberland**. 1352-4, 1356,
    1355 His services to the Crown gained him exemption from being put on assizes, juries or recognitions and from appointment as mayor, sheriff^ eschastor, coroner, bailiff or other minister of the King without his consent**. 1358. Several writs addressed to Alexander as Collector of Customs to levy Knight's Fees in Northumberland**.
    Alexander held the Manor of Featherstonhalgh of the de Lucy family by homage and service of 20s 7d yearly**.
  3. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 3
    THOMAS was presumably the eldest son of Alexander. He is recorded* as being the heir of his father, Alexander de Featherstonhalgh, and to have held the Manor of Featherstonhaugh in 1368. No mention has been found of Thomas having married and he appears to have died without issue about 1374 when Alexander his brother is recorded* as having inherited the Manor of Fetherstonhalgh while the "remainder" (presumably of Thomas' estate) was passed to Richard (his uncle?).
  4. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 3
    ALEXANDER II. In the same year (1374) that this Alexander inherited the Manor of Featherstonhalgh, he is said* to have made some unspecified settlements before the Sheriff of the County before proceeding to the King's foreign wars. It seems that Alexander had married by 1374 because his wife, Isabella, is mentioned in the settlements. The next known mention of Alexander* is in 1406 when he conveyed to his wife Isabella and their son Alexander the Manor of Kellow and lands in Wyden. Alexander and Isabella appear to have had two sons, Ralph and Alexander III. Alexander II must have been living in 1421 because on 30 August that year he made a grant of the Manor of Featherstone to his son Ralph at £6.6s.8d. a year*.
  5. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 3
    FRANCIS is recorded* as being "--in remainder with his brothers Thomas and Alexander, in his father's entail of lands in Wyden and Redepeth." No further information has been found on Francis but the fact that he did not figure in the 1374 settlement of Thomas' estate may suggest that he too had died by then.

Peter Fetherstonhaugh1

M, #34985, b. circa 1274, d. after 1346
Perkin Fetherstonhaugh
3rd Son. Attributed Arms:.
Father*Thomas Fetherstonhaugh1 b. c 1255, d. a 1312
Mother*Mariota (Unknown)1 d. a 1336
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     Peter Fetherstonhaugh was born circa 1274.2 He was the son of Thomas Fetherstonhaugh and Mariota (Unknown).1 Peter Fetherstonhaugh died after 1346.3
     Peter Fetherstonhaugh was also known as Perkin Featherstone of Fetherstonhaugh.4
Last Edited21 Jun 2015

Citations

  1. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    Tree.
  2. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    PETER and then his son, Thomas, held the Manor
    of Whitwhara of the de Lucy family**.
  3. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", The last documentary evidence of Perkin Featherstone of Fetherstonhaugh is in 1346 when as Captain of Lochmaben Castle his seal was appended to an agreement, indented, between Robert Doggle and Henry le Clerk, attorneys of the Earl of Northumberland, and Richard de Thirllewale, concerning the custody of Lochmaben Castle in Scotland.
    Sir Perkin Fetherstone had been involved in the garrisoning of Loch Maben Castle during the Scottish wars.
  4. [S1215] Richard Parkinson, "The origins of Elias", From the Tree drawn on page 2.

William Fetherstonhaugh1

M, #34986, b. circa 1275
Father*Thomas Fetherstonhaugh1 b. c 1255, d. a 1312
Mother*Mariota (Unknown)1 d. a 1336
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     William Fetherstonhaugh was born circa 1275.2 He was the son of Thomas Fetherstonhaugh and Mariota (Unknown).1

Family

Child
Last Edited10 Dec 2015

Citations

  1. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    Tree.
  2. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    Tree
    WIILLIAM No further information has been found.
  3. [S2089] "Upton Papers,", 83. Upton Papers_21_54     .jpg (16.78 MB)
    Tree of Helias Fetherstonhaugh of Fetherston Castle, down to Cuthbert who settles in Phillipstown, purchasing lands in Westmeath and Longford in 1654 d. 1690 aged 72 years.

Richard Fetherstonhaugh1

M, #34987, b. circa 1276
Father*Thomas Fetherstonhaugh1 b. c 1255, d. a 1312
Mother*Mariota (Unknown)1 d. a 1336
ChartsRalph Grammaticus de Featherstone
Richard cir 1650
     Richard Fetherstonhaugh was born circa 1276.2 He was the son of Thomas Fetherstonhaugh and Mariota (Unknown).1
Last Edited26 Mar 2012

Citations

  1. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    Tree.
  2. [S1214] Varoius, The Featherstone Family News, Issue 2
    RICHARD was a merchant who loaned money to the King**.