Isabella (Unknown)1

F, #52498, b. circa 1821
     Isabella (Unknown) was born circa 1821.1 She married William Featherston before 1863.1
     As of before 1863,her married name was Featherston.1

Family

William Featherston b. c 1821
Child
Last Edited22 Jun 2014

Citations

  1. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America, Name:      John Featherstone
    Event Type:      Marriage
    Event Date:      14 Jul 1875
    Event Place:      Franktown, Ontario, Canada
    Age:      29
    Birth Year (Estimated):      1846
    Father's Name:      William Featherstone
    Mother's Name:      Isabella Featherstone
    Spouse's Name:      Elizabeth Stobbie
    Spouse's Age:      28
    Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated):      1847
    Spouse's Father's Name:      James Stobbie
    Spouse's Mother's Name:      Elizabeth Stobbie
    Page:      004449
    Digital Folder Number:      004529112
    GS Film Number: 1862895 , Image Number: 00914.

George Featherston1

M, #52499, b. circa 1862, d. before 1921
     George Featherston was born circa 1862.1 He died before 1921.2
Last Edited12 Jul 2014

Citations

  1. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America, Name:      Jonathan Benjamin Featherston
    Event Type:      Marriage
    Event Date:      26 Apr 1911
    Event Place:      Carleton, Ontario, Canada
    Age:      24
    Birth Year (Estimated):      1887
    Father's Name:      George Featherston
    Mother's Name:      Barbara Tremble
    Spouse's Name:      Alma Edith Hill
    Spouse's Age:      23
    Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated):      1888
    Spouse's Father's Name:      James Hill
    Spouse's Mother's Name:      Eliza Dawson
    Page:      002424
    Digital Folder Number:      004529591
    GS Film Number: 1887751 , Image Number: 01217.
  2. [S2164] Unknown author 1921 Census Canada, Census Type: National, Census Place: see Citation "> RG 31; Folder Number: 53; Census Place: Goulburn (Township), Carleton, Ontario; Page Number: 10.
    > Barbara Featherston Goulbourn, ON , 1850 Ontario sister of Wm Trimble
    > Wm W Trimble Goulbourn, ON , Ontario head Produce Dealer
    > Margaret Trimble Goulbourn, ON 1855 Ontario sister of Wm Trimble Housekeeper
    There is also a Violet Trimble, niece, single, in the household born 1888 in Ontario."

Eliza Ida Featherston1

F, #52500, b. circa 1871
     Eliza Ida Featherston was born circa 1871.1 She married William Massey on 11 December 1901 at Munster Village, Carleton County, Ontario, CanadaG.1
     As of 11 December 1901,her married name was Massey.1

Family

William Massey b. c 1871
Last Edited22 Jun 2014

Citations

  1. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America, Name:      William Massey
    Event Type:      Marriage
    Event Date:      11 Dec 1901
    Event Place:      Munster Village, Carleton, Ontario, Canada
    Age:      30
    Birth Year (Estimated):      1871
    Father's Name:      John Massey
    Mother's Name:      Jane Simpson
    Spouse's Name:      Eliza Ida Featherston
    Spouse's Age:      30
    Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated):      1871
    Spouse's Father's Name:      George Featherston
    Spouse's Mother's Name:      Barbara Trimble
    Digital Folder Number:      004529276
    GS Film Number: 1871079 , Image Number: 01036.

William Massey1

M, #52501, b. circa 1871
     William Massey was born circa 1871.1 He married Eliza Ida Featherston on 11 December 1901 at Munster Village, Carleton County, Ontario, CanadaG.1

Family

Eliza Ida Featherston b. c 1871
Last Edited22 Jun 2014

Citations

  1. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America, Name:      William Massey
    Event Type:      Marriage
    Event Date:      11 Dec 1901
    Event Place:      Munster Village, Carleton, Ontario, Canada
    Age:      30
    Birth Year (Estimated):      1871
    Father's Name:      John Massey
    Mother's Name:      Jane Simpson
    Spouse's Name:      Eliza Ida Featherston
    Spouse's Age:      30
    Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated):      1871
    Spouse's Father's Name:      George Featherston
    Spouse's Mother's Name:      Barbara Trimble
    Digital Folder Number:      004529276
    GS Film Number: 1871079 , Image Number: 01036.

William Albert Featherston1

M, #52504, b. circa 1870
     William Albert Featherston was born circa 1870.1 He married Isabella Coyles on 9 June 1897 at Carleton County, Ontario, CanadaG.1

Family

Isabella Coyles b. c 1876
Last Edited22 Jun 2014

Citations

  1. [S1757] Marriage Register - Transcripts: Name:     William Albert Featherston
    Birth Place:     Goulbourn
    Age:     27
    Estimated birth year:     abt 1870
    Father Name:     George Featherston
    Mother Name:     Barbara Featherston
    Spouse Name:     Isabella Coyles
    Spouse's Age:     21
    Spouse Birth Year:     abt 1876
    Spouse Birth Place:     Goulbourn
    Spouse Father Name:     John Coyles
    Spouse Mother Name:     Matilda Coyles
    Marriage Date:     9 Jun 1897
    Marriage County or District:     Carleton
    WAF = Farmer, Batchelor, Place of Birth Goneburn, Residence Goneburn
    IC = Spinster, Place of Birth Goneburn, Residence Goneburn.

Isabella Coyles1

F, #52505, b. circa 1876
     Isabella Coyles was born circa 1876 at Goulbourn, Ontario, CanadaG.1 She married William Albert Featherston on 9 June 1897 at Carleton County, Ontario, CanadaG.1
     As of 9 June 1897,her married name was Featherston.1

Family

William Albert Featherston b. c 1870
Last Edited22 Jun 2014

Citations

  1. [S1757] Marriage Register - Transcripts: Name:     William Albert Featherston
    Birth Place:     Goulbourn
    Age:     27
    Estimated birth year:     abt 1870
    Father Name:     George Featherston
    Mother Name:     Barbara Featherston
    Spouse Name:     Isabella Coyles
    Spouse's Age:     21
    Spouse Birth Year:     abt 1876
    Spouse Birth Place:     Goulbourn
    Spouse Father Name:     John Coyles
    Spouse Mother Name:     Matilda Coyles
    Marriage Date:     9 Jun 1897
    Marriage County or District:     Carleton
    WAF = Farmer, Batchelor, Place of Birth Goneburn, Residence Goneburn
    IC = Spinster, Place of Birth Goneburn, Residence Goneburn.

Thomas Featherstone1

M, #52506, b. circa 1856
     Thomas Featherstone was born circa 1856.1 He married Rose Donnely before 1880.2,1

Family

Rose Donnely b. c 1856
Last Edited22 Jun 2014

Citations

  1. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America, Name:     James Featherston
    Event Type:     Marriage
    Event Date:     25 Nov 1908
    Event Place:     Markham, York, Ontario, Canada
    Age:     27
    Birth Year (Estimated):     1881
    Father's Name:     Thomas Featherston
    Mother's Name:     Rose Donnely
    Spouse's Name:     Mary M Mccaffery
    Spouse's Age:     24
    Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated):     1884
    Spouse's Father's Name:     Peter Mccaffery
    Spouse's Mother's Name:     Helen Devine
    Page:     021628
    GS Film Number:     1871870
    Digital Folder Number:     004529572
    Image Number:     00493



    Citing this Record:
    "Ontario Marriages, 1869-1927," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.2/9M6N-83YY : accessed 15 Jun 2014), James Featherston and Mary M Mccaffery, 25 Nov 1908; citing registration 021628, Markham, York, Ontario, Canada, Archives of Ontario, Toronto; FHL microfilm 1871870.
  2. [S2164] Unknown author 1921 Census Canada, Census Type: National, Census Place: see Citation "J Jno Featherston Markham, ON 1880 Ontario head farmer
    Heley Featherston Markham, ON 1880 Ontario wife
    Thas J Featherston Markham, ON 1915 Ontario son
    Mary G Featherston Markham, ON 1916 Ontario dtr
    Margaret Featherston Markham, ON 1917 Ontario dtr
    Wm jas Featherston Markham, ON 1919 On son
    Jno L Featherston Markham, ON 1920 Ontario son
    Rose Featherston Markham, ON 1843 Ireland mother."

Rose Donnely1

F, #52507, b. circa 1856
     Rose Donnely was born in 1843 at IrelandG.2 She was born circa 1856.1 She married Thomas Featherstone before 1880.2,1
     As of before 1880,her married name was Featherstone.1
Last Edited22 Jun 2014

Citations

  1. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America, Name:     James Featherston
    Event Type:     Marriage
    Event Date:     25 Nov 1908
    Event Place:     Markham, York, Ontario, Canada
    Age:     27
    Birth Year (Estimated):     1881
    Father's Name:     Thomas Featherston
    Mother's Name:     Rose Donnely
    Spouse's Name:     Mary M Mccaffery
    Spouse's Age:     24
    Spouse's Birth Year (Estimated):     1884
    Spouse's Father's Name:     Peter Mccaffery
    Spouse's Mother's Name:     Helen Devine
    Page:     021628
    GS Film Number:     1871870
    Digital Folder Number:     004529572
    Image Number:     00493



    Citing this Record:
    "Ontario Marriages, 1869-1927," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.2/9M6N-83YY : accessed 15 Jun 2014), James Featherston and Mary M Mccaffery, 25 Nov 1908; citing registration 021628, Markham, York, Ontario, Canada, Archives of Ontario, Toronto; FHL microfilm 1871870.
  2. [S2164] Unknown author 1921 Census Canada, Census Type: National, Census Place: see Citation "J Jno Featherston Markham, ON 1880 Ontario head farmer
    Heley Featherston Markham, ON 1880 Ontario wife
    Thas J Featherston Markham, ON 1915 Ontario son
    Mary G Featherston Markham, ON 1916 Ontario dtr
    Margaret Featherston Markham, ON 1917 Ontario dtr
    Wm jas Featherston Markham, ON 1919 On son
    Jno L Featherston Markham, ON 1920 Ontario son
    Rose Featherston Markham, ON 1843 Ireland mother."

Benjamin Westwood1

M, #52508, b. circa 1856
ChartsRobert cir 1726 Worcestershire
     Benjamin Westwood was born circa 1856.1 He married Alice Featherston, daughter of Thomas Featherstone and Eliza Moseley, on 9 April 1882 at St Luke, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire, EnglandG.1

Family

Alice Featherston b. Sep 1860
Last Edited12 Feb 2015

Citations

  1. [S1758] Image Church Marriage, St Luke's, Wolverhampton, unknown period "1882
    Marriage solemnized at The Parish Church in the Parish of St Lukes, Wolverhampton, in the County of Stafford
    Entry 111. April 9th 1882
    Benjamin Westwood aged 26 a Bachelor, a picture frame maker of Cobden Lane, Father Richard Westwood
    to
    Alice Featherstone aged 24 a Spinster of Cobden Lane, Father Thomas Featherstone a Coach Painer(Deceased)
    Married in the Parish Church according to the rites and ceremonies of the Established Church after banns bu me D. W. Williams, curate.
    Both signed
    Witnesses William Mosley? and Esther H Parkes?"

George Featherston1

M, #52509, b. circa 1858
     George Featherston was born circa 1858.1 He married Elizabeth (Unknown) before December 1883 at Co Durham, EnglandG.2,1

Family

Elizabeth (Unknown) b. c 1858
Child
Last Edited13 Nov 2014

Citations

  1. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America, Name:      John Featherstone
    Gender:      Male
    Christening Date:      22 Feb 1884
    Christening Place:      Stanhope, Durham, England
    Father's Name:      George Featherstone
    Mother's Name:      Elizabeth
    Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I02214-1 , System Origin: England-EASy , GS Film number: 1519885
    "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J31Q-XRJ : accessed 07 Sep 2014), John Featherstone, 22 Feb 1884; citing Durham, England, reference ; FHL microfilm 1519885.
  2. [S1760] Military Service Record, Father given as G Featherstone
    and that John was born 18/9/1883.

Elizabeth (Unknown)1

F, #52510, b. circa 1858
     Elizabeth (Unknown) was born circa 1858.1 She married George Featherston before December 1883 at Co Durham, EnglandG.2,1
     As of before December 1883,her married name was Featherston.2,1

Family

George Featherston b. c 1858
Child
Last Edited7 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America, Name:      John Featherstone
    Gender:      Male
    Christening Date:      22 Feb 1884
    Christening Place:      Stanhope, Durham, England
    Father's Name:      George Featherstone
    Mother's Name:      Elizabeth
    Indexing Project (Batch) Number: I02214-1 , System Origin: England-EASy , GS Film number: 1519885
    "England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/J31Q-XRJ : accessed 07 Sep 2014), John Featherstone, 22 Feb 1884; citing Durham, England, reference ; FHL microfilm 1519885.
  2. [S1760] Military Service Record, Father given as G Featherstone
    and that John was born 18/9/1883.

Charles White1

M, #52511, b. circa 1877
     Charles White was born circa 1877.1
Last Edited6 Mar 2017

Citations

  1. [S277] Online records, online http://www.durhamrecordsonline.com, Marriages, Easington District - Record Number: 4006.1
    Location: Thornley (by Kelloe)
    Church: St. Bartholomew
    Denomination: Anglican
    11 Mar 1895 Charles White (bachelor, hawker), age 18, of Wingate Lane, son of Charles White (hawker), married Ann Featherson (spinster), age 19, of Wingate Lane, daughter of Thomas Featherson (hawker)
    Witnesses: Charlotte Nelson, Shadrack Nelson.

Thomas Featherson1

M, #52512, b. circa 1851
     Thomas Featherson was born circa 1851.1

Family

Child
Last Edited13 Nov 2014

Citations

  1. [S277] Online records, online http://www.durhamrecordsonline.com, Marriages, Easington District - Record Number: 4006.1
    Location: Thornley (by Kelloe)
    Church: St. Bartholomew
    Denomination: Anglican
    11 Mar 1895 Charles White (bachelor, hawker), age 18, of Wingate Lane, son of Charles White (hawker), married Ann Featherson (spinster), age 19, of Wingate Lane, daughter of Thomas Featherson (hawker)
    Witnesses: Charlotte Nelson, Shadrack Nelson.

George Robinson1

M, #52513, b. circa 1815
     George Robinson was born circa 1815.1 He married Hannah Featherstone, daughter of Jesse Featherstone and Elizabeth Ann Wilkins, on 29 October 1842 at Parish Church, Upchurch, Kent, EnglandG.1 Hannah Featherstone and George Robinson marriage was registered in Milton district Vol/Page 5.535 in the quarter of December 1842.2

Family

Hannah Featherstone b. 16 Jul 1820
Last Edited28 Nov 2014
ReferenceP10051

Citations

  1. [S266] Parish register Microfilm Transcript, As per citation, 1837-1911 "Copy of an Entry of Marriage in the Registration District of Milton from the registers of Upchurch
    1842 Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Upchurch in the County of Kent
    Entry no. 35 Oct 29 1842
    George Robinson aged 27 a Bachelor, Husbandman of Upchurch father Richard Robinson, Husbandman
    to
    Hannah Featherstone aged 23 Sinster of Upchurch father Jesse Featherstone
    Married in the Parish Church accordeing to the rites and ceremonies of the established church after banns by me John Woodruff, Vicar
    Both left their mark witnesses Charles Morgan X and Elizabeth Hodges X their marks,."
  2. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use, GRO REFERENCE: 1842, Quarter Dec, FEATHERSTONE, Hannah, Volume 5, Page 535. (1837-1965).

(Unknown) Crane1

F, #52514

Family

Child
Last Edited17 Oct 2014

Citations

  1. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), England & Wales births 1837-2006 Transcription
    First name(s)      LYNN J
    Last name      FEATHERSTONE
    Birth year      1960
    Birth quarter      2
    Registration month      -
    Mother's last name      CRANE
    District      SPILSBY
    County      Lincolnshire
    Country      England
    Volume      3B
    Page      687 (1837-2010).

Gary Featherston1

M, #52515, b. September 1960
Mother*(Unknown) Vance1
     Gary Featherston His Birth was registered in the Holderness district in the quarter of September 1960 Vol/Page at 2a.163.1 He is the son of (Unknown) Vance.1
Last Edited19 Jan 2017

Citations

  1. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), Civil Registration event: Birth
    First name(s)      GARY
    Last name      FEATHERSTON
    Birth year      1960
    Birth quarter      3
    Registration month      -
    Mother's last name      VANCE
    District      HOLDERNESS
    County      Yorkshire
    Country      England
    Volume      2A
    Page      163
    Record set      England & Wales births 1837-2006 (1837-2010).

Lois Irene Featherston1

F, #52516, b. 11 December 1928
Lois and Cat
Lois, Clarice, Veta, Charles
Lois, Veta
lois, dorothy, veta, clarice
Lois Featherston Madsen
Father*Henry Marion Featherston1 b. 3 Nov 1886, d. 29 Apr 1972
Mother*Etta Frances Rideout1 b. 9 Mar 1887, d. 30 May 1960
ChartsWilliam cir 1642? then USA
     Lois Irene Featherston was born on 11 December 1928 at Ripley County, Missouri, United States of AmericaG.2,1 She was the daughter of Henry Marion Featherston and Etta Frances Rideout.1 Lois Irene Featherston married Viggo Holm Madsen on 8 June 1949 at Doniphan, Ripley County, Missouri, United States of AmericaG.1
     Lois Irene Featherston was enumerated in the in 1930 Federal census in Doniphan, Ripley, Missouri, United States of AmericaG her occupation was (an unknown value.)2,3 As of 8 June 1949,her married name was Madsen.1

Family

Viggo Holm Madsen b. 21 Apr 1925, d. 20 Mar 1998
Last Edited27 Jul 2017

Citations

  1. [S1765] GEDCOM file created by E. Elaine Boston, 2014 "unknown cd."
  2. [S2077] US Gov. 1920 United States Federal Census "Year: 1930; Census Place: Doniphan, Ripley, Missouri; Roll: 1221; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 3; Image: 44.0."
  3. [S1766] June A. Bruce Stubbs, Alexander Bruce of Southside Virginia, p. 92.

William Grigg Featherston1

M, #52517, b. 1741, d. 1787
Father*William Featherston1 b. c 1710, d. 27 Apr 1769
Mother*Susannah Grigg1 d. 22 Aug 1767
ChartsWilliam cir 1642? then USA
     William Grigg Featherston was born in 1741 at Amelia County, Virginia, United States of AmericaG.1 He was the son of William Featherston and Susannah Grigg.1 William Grigg Featherston died in 1787 at Amelia County, Virginia, United States of AmericaG.1
     He left a will circa 1787 Amelia County, Virginia, Will Book 4, 1786-1793 An Inventory of the Estate of William Featherston, Deceased Many items are listed and listing is concluded with Agreeable to an Order of this Honorable Court we the bubscribers have appraised the above Estate According to Law (82 pounds) signed Bat Jones, John Royall, Mark Moore

Amelia County Order Book 18, 1786-1788 At a Court held for Amelia County on Thursday the 27th day of December 1787 on the motion of Richard Featherston who took the oath and entered into and acknowledged bond with John Vaughn and Burwell Featherston his securitys in the sum of L 2000 as the Law directs certificate is Granted him for Attaining Letters of administration of the Estate of William Featherston decd. Order that Batte Jones, Robert Jones, John royall and Marke Moore or any three of them being first sworn before a Justice of the Peace do appraise in current money the slaves if any and Personal Estate of William Featherston decd and Return their appraisement to the Court. Ordered that the Court be adjourned till the 4th Thursday in next month. The minutes of these Proceedings were signed. Vivian Brooking

Amelia County, Virginia, Will Book 4, 1786-1793 An Inventory of the Estate of William Featherston, Deceased 1 Negro named Rokin valued at 80 pounds 1 Negro named Abram valued at 80 pounds 1 Negro named Dogo valued at 70 pounds 1 Negro valued at 130 pounds 1 horse valued at 20 pounds, 1 at 15 pounds and 1 at 10 pounds 15 head of Cattle 36 Hogs 10 Sheep 1 Bee Hive; 5 axes 6 plow horses continued enumeration and appraised and signed by Bat Yones, john Royall and Mark Moore

Brother Richard was the administrator for the estate of his brother, William. Made bond with Burwell Featherston and John Vaughn.1
Last Edited7 Aug 2015

Citations

  1. [S1765] GEDCOM file created by E. Elaine Boston, 2014 "unknown cd."

Sally Louise Featherston1

F, #52518, b. 27 September 1947, d. 28 January 2017
Sally Louise Featherston-high school
Ron, cousin, Theresa O'Brien,
Sally and Elaine at Carrie's wedding
Ellen and Sally at Carrie's wedding
Jerry Boyd and Sally
Sally with Scottish bagpiper
Sally, son LJ and grandson Cal
Sally and Kirk Madsen
Sally and her children
Sally's children and spouses
More of Sally's family
Sally and Kirk Madsen
Sally Louise Featherston Boyd
Sally and Sam Morgan O'Brien
Ronnie, Sally, Ellen and Elaine
Elaine, Ellen and Sally in Oval Office
Sally and children with Scottie
Family
Sally as a cowboy
Sally Louise Featherston
Philip, Blaine, Sally, Cookie, Jim
Larry and Sally Wedding
Father*Charles Henry Featherston1 b. 25 Apr 1912, d. 16 Jan 2000
Mother*Ellen Inez O'Brien1 b. 27 Sep 1917, d. 4 Sep 2012
ChartsWilliam cir 1642? then USA
     Sally Louise Featherston was born on 27 September 1947 at Poplar Bluff, Butler County, Missouri, United States of AmericaG.1 She was the daughter of Charles Henry Featherston and Ellen Inez O'Brien.1 Sally Louise Featherston married Larry Dale Gillis on 17 March 1967 at Poplar Bluff, Butler County, Missouri, United States of AmericaG.1 Sally Louise Featherston married Jerry Wayne Boyd on 13 January 1978 at Butler County, Missouri, United States of AmericaG.1,2 Sally Louise Featherston died on 28 January 2017 aged Funeral services for Sally Featherston Boyd will be :

Funeral will be Friday, at 11 at Cotrell Funeral home at 701 Vine St. ,Poplar Bluff, MO and then to gravesite. She will be buried between Grandpa Charles and Melissa.3
     Sally Louise Featherston lived at 6008 Hwy 344E, Tyler, Texas, United States of AmericaG.1 As of 17 March 1967,her married name was Gillis.1 As of 13 January 1978,her married name was Boyd.1,2 She was Person-Source circa 1999; Person Source.4 For some reason Sally has not been able to write about herself so it falls to me to as her older sister, to write what I know about her life.

Sally is considered the 'communication hub' of our entire family. Sally is very social and interacts with all levels of society and always knows what is happening with all the branches and twigs of the family. If Sally doesn't know, she will find out. As a result, we all call her to find out about other family members.

Sally is always cheerful and always concerned about others rather than herself. She has devoted herself to the care of others. At the present time, she is caring for our Mother, who at 94 years of age requires care, patience, cheerfulness, humor and tact. Sally provides all and more of those qualities on a daily basis and never fails to relieve our concerns regarding Mother's care.

Sally is always the one everyone talks to; cousins, siblings, grandchildren; any family member who needs to confide in someone who will not judge. She is open, empathetic and sincere. She never lets a confidence go astray.

We are fortunate to have an individual like Sally in our family.1

Family 1

Larry Dale Gillis b. 5 Sep 1941

Family 2

Jerry Wayne Boyd b. 22 Jun 1945, d. 21 Feb 2007
Last Edited2 Feb 2017

Citations

  1. [S1765] GEDCOM file created by E. Elaine Boston, 2014 "unknown cd."
  2. [S1830] Webpage See Citation (See Citation) "Sally Louise Featherston Boyd, 69, of Poplar Bluff, Mo., passed away Sunday Jan. 29, 2017 at Poplar Bluff Regional Medical Center.

    Mrs. Boyd, the daughter of the late Charles Henry and Ellen Inez O’Brien Featherston, was born Sept. 27, 1947 in Poplar Bluff, Mo. She was a member of the First Christian Church in Poplar Bluff and was a homemaker. Over the years, she worked as a receptionist in numerous county offices while living in Texas as well as being a full time Mom. Mrs. Boyd loved spending time with her family and enjoyed making people laugh and feel good.

    On Jan. 13, 1978, she married Jerry Boyd in Poplar Bluff. He preceded her in death in 2007.

    Survivors include four children, Eric of Florida, Gretchen of Oregon, Jason of Texas and Jerry Jr. “LJ” of Australia; seven grandchildren, Andrea, Mickaela, Sydney, Maxx, Jessica, Eric Jr. “Hunter” and Caleb; a sister, Elaine Boston of Louisiana; and a brother, Charles Ron Featherston of Texas.

    Her daughter, Melissa preceded her in death in 1968.

    A Celebration of Life will begin at 11 a.m. Friday at Cotrell Funeral Chapel in Poplar Bluff with the Rev. Bob Featherston officiating. Inurnment will follow at Memorial Gardens Cemetery."
  3. [S1765] GEDCOM file created by E. Elaine Boston, 2014 "E mail message."
  4. [S1766] June A. Bruce Stubbs, Alexander Bruce of Southside Virginia, p. 89-90.

Frances Cross1

F, #52519, b. 1691, d. after 1718
ChartsWilliam cir 1642? then USA
     Frances Cross was born in 1691 at Floyd County, Virginia, United States of AmericaG.1 She married William Featherston, son of William Featherston and Margaret Plymbrough, in 1707 at Virginia, United States of AmericaG.1 Frances Cross died after 1718 at Virginia, United States of AmericaG.1,2
     As of 1707,her married name was Featherston.1 She we have a contact for this family D Featherston Society Member Helen Pruitt 54 Meeting St., Charleston, South Carolina29401 - 803-577-4432:

Has Frances Howell, and not Frances Cross, as the spouse of William Featherston, Sr. -- need her resource for this information to confirm.1

Family

William Featherston b. 1685, d. 1720
Children
Last Edited6 Nov 2014

Citations

  1. [S1765] GEDCOM file created by E. Elaine Boston, 2014 "unknown cd."
  2. [S1578] Unknown cd.

William Featherston1

M, #52520, b. 1685, d. 1720
Father*William Featherston2,1 b. 31 Jul 1642
Mother*Margaret Plymbrough1,2 b. 1657, d. 1688
ChartsWilliam cir 1642? then USA
     William Featherston was born in 1685 at Charles City, Charles County, Virginia, United States of AmericaG.1 He was the son of William Featherston and Margaret Plymbrough.2,1 William Featherston married Frances Cross in 1707 at Virginia, United States of AmericaG.1 William Featherston died in 1720 at Charles City, Charles County, Virginia, United States of AmericaG.1
     He was mentioned 'English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records, List of Patents' pg. 91 & Pg. 109 states the following: P. 91 (List begins) 'A List of Patents granted for Land in this Colony by The Honorable Alexander Spotswood, His Majesty's Lieuten't Governor & Commander in Chief of this Dominion.'

P. 109 of same list -- '50 Acres Charles City County (Virginia) Wm. Featherstone date: July 15, 1717.

WILLIAM8 Featherstone II (WILLIAM7, THOMAS6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, JOHN F.1) was born Abt. 1685 in Charles City County, Virginia, and died February 22, 1753 in Amelia County, Virginia. He married (1) Catharine Neal. She died Unknown. He married (2) FRANCES Cross Abt. 1700. She was born Bet. 1681 - 1691 in Virginia, and died Unknown.

Notes for WILLIAM Featherstone II: 'English Duplicates of Lost Virginia Records, List of Patents' pg. 91, Pg. 109 and Pg. 192 states the following:

P. 91 (List begins) 'A List of Patents granted for LAND in this Colony by The Honorable Alexander Spotswood, His Majesty's Lieuten't Governor & Commander in Chief of this Dominion.'

P. 109 of same list -- '50 Acres Charles City County (Virginia) WM. FEATHERSTONE date: July 15, 1717.

P. 192 states the land was granted for importation of 'Philip Whedon.' (Per Elmeree Oakley's research). Per Cavaliers and Pioneers, Vol. III, pg 123: 19 Dec. 1711. John Roach, Junr. 85 acres Charles City Co. for importation of 2 persons: WILLIAM FEATHERSTONE and John Coburn.'

~DFL Note: This finding indicates that William The Elder's son William may have been born in England and not joined his father until he was old enough to travel. Assuming he was born about 1685, he would have been about 26 years old when he came to Virginia or he was born in Virginia and went back to England for some reason and then returned?~ ******************************** A fellow Featherstone researcher, Reata McNutt of Charleston, Illinois, believes that William Featherstone, I from England was in Virginia by 1726, in the Amelia County area.

'Wills and Deeds 1725-1731' by Weisiger finding: 7 Oct 1725. JOHN BOOKER of Westover Parish, Charles City Co., to William Gun of same, for 15 lbs. 50 acres bounded by Mr. William Cole, the Beaver Pond, and Herring Creek, being by patent 15 July 1717 granted to WILLIAM FEATHERSTONE; with all houses. Wit: John Gunne, Samuel Russell, Elizabeth (E) Miles, Mary ( ) Gunne Signed: John Boker (IB) Recorded 3 Nov. 1725. Proved by above Witnesses'

In the Charles City Co., Virginia Wills & Deeds by Weisiger for Feb 1726. William Fetherstone of Westover Parish, Charles City Co., to Elias Booth of same, for 20 lbs., 150 acres on west side of Herin Creek in same parish, being part of tract patented by John Baxter, late of this county, dec'd, DATED 16 APRIL 1683, and by Baxter sold to Harwood, and him sold to WILLIAM FETHERSTONE, dec'd, FATHER of above WILLIAM, by will dated 23 DEC. 1718; with all houses, etc....

Wit: Samuel Harwood, Fran's Hardyman, Tho. Epes Signed: William Featherstone Recorded 1 MARCH 1726/7 FRANCES, wife of Featherstone, RELINQUISHED her dower right.'

~~DFL Note: This evidence indicates that William (II) was married to Frances Cross and was the son of William (I) a.k.a. 'The Elder.' Based on this information we also can reasonably determine that William (I) died on or after December 23, 1718 and before February 8, 1726.----~~

******************************** Per copy of Amelia County will for 'William Feaston,' presented February 22, 1753:

'In the name of God Amen, I WILLIAM FEASTON of Amelia County being of sick and weak but sound and perfect memory do make this my last Will and Testament as followeth First I desire all my Just Debts and Funeral Expenses may be paid. Item. I give to STEPHEN NEAL son of my wife CATHARINE all my wearing apparell. Item. My will is that my Grey Horse and Silver Watch be sold by my Executor hereafter mentioned and the money arrising by such sale to pay to my well beloved Wife Catharine to whom I give all the remaining part of my Estate Except what is hereafter excepted I give to my wife Catharine Feaston.........

Lastly, I give to my friend JOHN BOOKER the son of Richard Booker Deceased, Two pounds current money and I do constitute and appoint him the said John Booker Executor of this my last Will Revoking all other wills heretofore by me made In witness whereof I have this 21st day of DECEMBER 1752.

In my hand and Seal Signed Sealed Established by William Feaston [Seal] to be his last Will in presents of us Tom Cobbs Chas Cupples Jeremiah Keen

'In court held for Amelia County February 22 1753 this last will and testament of Wm. Feaston was presented by John Booker and proved by the oath of Charles Cupples and Jeremiah Keen and ...recorded...'

~~DFL Note---I believe that William Feaston and William Featherstone (II) are one in the same due to the reference to his wife CATHARINE and her son Stephen Neal, as well as the connection to JOHN BOOKER, Wm.'s executor, who appears to be the same John Booker mentioned above in the transfer of land.~~

Notes for FRANCES Cross:

At this writing, I have not been able to definitively ascertain the names of Frances Cross' parents. In the IGI there are several possible matches.

Children of WILLIAM Featherstone and FRANCES Cross are: 37i. Charles9 Featherstone, born Aft. 1710; died Bef. January 25, 1790 in Brunswick County, Virginia. He married Jane Wright; died Unknown. 38ii. Howell Featherstone, born Aft. 1710; died Unknown. +39iii. RICHARD Featherstone, Sr., born Abt. 1716 in Amelia County, Virginia; died June 02, 1795 in Chester County, South Carolina. +40iv. WILLIAM Featherstone, III, Jr., born Abt. 1710 in Prince George County, Virginia; died April 27, 1769 in Nottoway Parish, Amelia County, Virginia.


36. Jane8 Featherstone (WILLIAM7, THOMAS6, JOHN5, WILLIAM4, JOHN3, THOMAS2, JOHN F.1) was born Abt. 1705 in Charles City County, Virginia, and died Unknown. She married (1) JOHN Cross. He died March 1731 in Westover Parish, Charles City County, Virginia. She married (2) Francis Hardyman Aft. 1731. He was born 1688, and died July 23, 1741.

Notes for Jane Featherstone: Per Carol Houston, in Texas, on Sunday October, 25, 1998, a William Featherstone was transported to Accomack Co., Virginia in January 1664/1665 by Robert Richardson. Apparently this William had a daughter named Jane who married 1st John Cross and had a son William, she then married a 2nd time (after 1731) Francis Hardyman.

Selected U.S./Internat'l Marriage Records, 1340-1980 Featherstone, Jane Gender : F Spouse : Cross, John Source Number : 2041.000 Source Type : Electronic Database Number of Pages : 1 Submitter Code : PKS

'Adventures of Purse and Person' Page 267: '...Francis [HARDYMAN], born about 1688, died 23 July 1741, married (1), by 1720, Sarah Taylor and (2), after 1731, Jane (Featherstone) Cross, widow of John Cross...'

Wills and Deeds 1725-173- by Weisiger, Pg. 333: 'Will of John Cross of Westover Parish, Charles City Co., 'sick.' To my wife, JANE, negro woman Pat, with her first child going to my daughter, Hannah; also my riding horse and saddle. To my son, WILLIAM, bed I lie on, my trooping saddle and Furniture. To my daughter Mary Cradock, grey mare filly, 3 cows, 3 guineas. I desire that my son, FEATHERSTONE, with what I give him by this my last Will, may be delivered to the care of HIS UNCLE, WILLIAM FEATHERSTONE of PRINCE GEORGE CO. To my son, William, 3 cows and 10 lbs. To my son, John, 1 young bay mare. Rest of estate to be divided between my wife, my sons; John, Richard, Featherstone, Charles, Elias, Parrish, and my daughters; Judith, Hannah and Jane. All my liquors to be disposed of and accounted for by my wife. Executors: wife Jane and son William Dated 29 January 1730/1 Wit: John Stith, John Anderson, Charles (CP) Parrish Signed: John (X) Cross Recorded 1st Wed. in March 1730/1 Will presented by executors and proved by Anderson and Parrish'

~~DFL--Based on subsequent findings concerning Margaret Pimbrough and Mary May relict of Henry May who both married William Featherstone (I), I do not believe Jane was the daughter of Margaret Pimbrough. I believe she most likely was the daughter of William and Mary May.~~ See notes for William (I) and Elizabeth Featherstone, his daughter.

Notes for JOHN Cross: p. 333, Wills and Deeds 1725-173- by Weisiger Charles City County, Virginia Will of John Cross of Westover Parish, Charles City Co., 'sick' To my wife Jane, negro woman Pat, with her first child going to my daughter Hannah; also my riding horse and saddle To my son William, bed I lie on, my trooping saddle and Furniture. To my daughter Mary Cradock, grey mare filly, 3 cous, 3 guineas I desire that my son Featherstone with what I give him by this my last will, may be delivered to the care of his uncle William Featherstone of Prince George Co. To my son William 3 cows and 10 lbs. To my son John, 1 young bay mare Rest of estate to be divided between my wife, my sons John, Richard, Featherstone, Charles, Elias, Parrish, and my daughters Judith, Hannah and Jane. Executors: wife Jane and son Willliam dated: 29 Jan 1730/1 Wit: John Stith, John Anderson, Charles (CP) Parrish Signed: John (X) Cross Recorded 1st Wed. in Mar 1730/1 Will presented by executors and proved by Anderson and Parrish

Recorded 1st Wed. in Mar 1730/1 Will presented by executors and proved by Anderson and Parrish

Children of Jane Featherstone and JOHN Cross are: 41i. Featherstone9 Cross, died Unknown. 42ii. Richard Cross, died Unknown. 43iii. John Cross, Jr., died Unknown. 44iv. Charles Cross, died Unknown. 45v. Elias Cross, died Unknown. 46vi. Parrish Cross, died Unknown. 47vii. Judith Cross, died Unknown. 48viii. Hannah Cross, died Unknown. 49ix. Jane Cross, died Unknown. 50x. Mary Cross, died Unknown. She married William Craddock; died Unknown. Notes for Mary Cross: Gene Pool Record Finding:

Mary Cross Birth: 1716-- , Charles City, Virginia Death:1748 -- Spouse: William Craddock Parents: John Cross, Jane Featherstone (I find her year of birth to be questionable as her Mother was born about 1705!!)
_WEBTAG: URL http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Featherston&GSfn=William&GSby=1685&GSbyrel=in&GSdy=1720&GSdyrel=in&GSob=n&GRid=131043074& on 15 July 1717.1

Family

Frances Cross b. 1691, d. a 1718
Children
Last Edited7 Aug 2015

Citations

  1. [S1765] GEDCOM file created by E. Elaine Boston, 2014 "unknown cd."
  2. [S627] Stephen Katsurinis, "Contact Stephen Katsurinis," e-mail to W P Featherstone, 2011.

Charles Henry Featherston1

M, #52521, b. 25 April 1912, d. 16 January 2000
Charles Henry and wife Ellen Inez Featherston
Charles Henry and wife Ellen Inez Featherston
Charles and Little Jerry Boyd
Charles Henry Featherston 1912-2000
Memorial Gardens Cemetry, Butler County, Missouri, USA
Charles Henry Featherston
Charles and Ellen's 60th Wedding Anniversary
Charles and Ellen's 60th Wedding Anniversary
Ellen, Ronnie, Charles, Sally
Charles Henry Featherston death certificate
Our Camp on Current River
Charles and his dogs
Newspaper obituary
Ellen, Charles, Elaine and Ron
Sally and Elaine Featherston
Birth Certificate
Henry Etta Clarisse Charles -1913
Charles and Clarisse 1913
Charles, Henry, Jim 1971
Featherston Family
Back row, Gene, Lois, Veta, Jim
Front, Dorothy, Charles Clarice
Featherston Family 1949
charles, clarice, gene, veta, dorothy, jim, lois, henry, etta
Charles H. Featherston
Charles Heney Featherston
Father*Henry Marion Featherston1 b. 3 Nov 1886, d. 29 Apr 1972
Mother*Etta Frances Rideout1 b. 9 Mar 1887, d. 30 May 1960
ChartsWilliam cir 1642? then USA
     Charles Henry Featherston was born on 25 April 1912 at Ripley County, Missouri, United States of AmericaG.2,3,4,5,1 He was the son of Henry Marion Featherston and Etta Frances Rideout.1 Charles Henry Featherston married Ellen Inez O'Brien on 3 May 1938 at Doniphan, Ripley County, Missouri, United States of AmericaG.1 Charles Henry Featherston died on 16 January 2000 at Poplar Bluff, Butler County, Missouri, United States of AmericaG, Obituary--Daily American Republic, Poplar Bluff, Missouri
'Charles H. Featherston, 87, of Poplar Bluff, formerly of Doniphan, died Jan. 16, 2000 at the Cedargate Facility. Mr. Featherston was born April 25, 1912, in Ripley County. He was a maintenance supervisor with ARCO Oil County in Southeast Missouri and Southern Illinois. He served in the Civilian Conservation Corps Camp at Bardley, Missouri and Eugene, Oregon. He was a past member of the Masonic Lodge in Doniphan and he enjoyed hunting and fishing. He served nine years in the Missouri Army National Guard at Doniphan. On May 3, 1938, he married Ellen O'Brien at Doniphan. She survives. Also surviving are three children, Charles Ronald Featherston of Houston, Texas, Ellen Elaine Boston of New Orleans, Louisiana and Sally Louise Boyd of Tyler, Texas: two brothers, Gene Featherston of Doniphan and Jim Featherston of Rosebud: three sisters, Clarice Braschler and Veta Sutherland, both of Doniphan, and Lois Madsen of Binghampton, New York; eight grand-children and six great-grandchildren. Cotrell Funeral Chapel where a funeral was held with Rev. Gregg Guy and the Rev. Bob Featherston officiating.2,1' He was buried on 19 January 2000 at Memorial Gardens, Butler County, Missouri, United States of AmericaG.1
     He was enumerated in the between 1920 and 1930 Federal census in at Doniphan, Ripley County, Missouri, United States Of AmericaG, his occupation.6,3,5,7

Family

Ellen Inez O'Brien b. 27 Sep 1917, d. 4 Sep 2012
Children
Last Edited27 Jul 2017

Citations

  1. [S1765] GEDCOM file created by E. Elaine Boston, 2014 "unknown cd."
  2. [S1767] Unknown name of person, unknown record type, Number: 488-18-2397; Issue State: Missouri; Issue Date: Before 1951. (unknown file date).
  3. [S2077] US Gov. 1920 United States Federal Census "Year: 1920; Census Place: Doniphan, Ripley, Missouri; Roll: T625_942; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 175; Image: 365."
  4. [S2077] US Gov. 1920 United States Federal Census "Year: 1930; Census Place: Doniphan, Ripley, Missouri; Roll: 1221; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 3; Image: 44.0."
  5. [S1768] Unknown name of person, unknown record type (unknown file date).
  6. [S2076] US Gov. 1930 United States Federal Census "Year: 1930; Census Place: Doniphan, Ripley, Missouri; Roll: 1221; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 3; Image: 44.0."
  7. [S1766] June A. Bruce Stubbs, Alexander Bruce of Southside Virginia, pp. 89-90.

Ellen Inez O'Brien1

F, #52522, b. 27 September 1917, d. 4 September 2012
Year 1943 Ellen Inez Featherston nee O'Brien
Ellen Inez Featherston nee O'Brien 1917-2012
Charles, Ellen, Ronnie, Elaine
Charles, Ellen, Ronnie and Elaine
Ellen and Ronnie
Ellen, Charles, Elaine and Ron
Ellen at about age 80
Ellen and brother Morgan O'Brien
High School Graduation
Ellen in High School
O'Brien-Featherston Wedding
Ellen and Sally at Carrie's wedding
Ellen and Eveline Clarke
Ellen-5th grade
Ellen in Eric's helicopter
Ellen and Charles
Hosting Dr. Diallo and family
Ellen Inez Featherston nee O'Brien 1917-2012
Ellen dancing with grandson-in-law
Ellen Inez O'Brien
Named for grandmother, Ellen Morrison O'Brien and grandmother, Inez Bell Osborn
Ellen with guitar sent by Unclle as a Graduation gift
Elaine, Ellen and Sally in Oval office
Ellen's new car, purchased when teaching school
Ellen, Charles, Ronnie and Elaine
Missour T2b15
Ellen Inez O'Brien
Ellen Inez O'Brien 1917-2012
ChartsWilliam cir 1642? then USA
     Ellen Inez O'Brien was born on 27 September 1917 at Doniphan, Ripley County, Missouri, United States of AmericaG.2,3,1 She married Charles Henry Featherston, son of Henry Marion Featherston and Etta Frances Rideout, on 3 May 1938 at Doniphan, Ripley County, Missouri, United States of AmericaG.1 Ellen Inez O'Brien died on 4 September 2012 at Poplar Bluff, Butler County, Missouri, United States of AmericaG, Mrs. Featherston grew up primarily in Ripley County with childhood  time also in St.Louis and California.  She graduated from Doniphan High School in 1935 and initially taught school in Ripley County and attended college at Southeast Missouri State during the summer sessions.  Ellen then began her career at Family Services in Butler County in January 1960. She retired from Family Services after service of more than thirty years at the age of 73. Ellen was active in civic and political affairs in her community.  She always participated in the Scouting activities of her children. She was a member of the Democrat Women's Club and held several offices in that organization including being honored at the Truman Day Rally and acclaimed, by Proclamation of the General Assembly of the Missouri State Senate,as  'Democrat of the Year' in 1999.  She was a founding member of the Clinton Foundation.  Ellen was a member of the Citizenship Club where she served as President, Secretary and Chaplain over the years and Cookbook Chairman, a natural selection since Ellen was an excellent cook.   Ellen was a founding member of 'Women Aware' in Butler County.  Ellen was a member of the Order of Eastern Star Chapter #288.  After retirement, Ellen became more involved in the causes of abused women and children. Ellen was a member of the First Christian Church for many years and active in the Women's Group.1  She was buried after 4 September 2012 at Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Poplar Bluff, Butler County, Missouri, United States of AmericaG.1
     She appeared on the census of between 1920 and 1930 at Missouri, United States Of AmericaG.3,4 As of 3 May 1938,her married name was Featherston.1

Family

Charles Henry Featherston b. 25 Apr 1912, d. 16 Jan 2000
Children
Last Edited16 Mar 2016

Citations

  1. [S1765] GEDCOM file created by E. Elaine Boston, 2014 "unknown cd."
  2. [S2077] US Gov. 1920 United States Federal Census "Year: 1930; Census Place: Harris, Ripley, Missouri; Roll: 1221; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 6; Image: 99.0."
  3. [S2077] US Gov. 1920 United States Federal Census "Year: 1920; Census Place: St Louis Ward 19, St Louis (Independent City), Missouri; Roll: T625_956; Page: 2A; Enumeration District: 389; Image: 1042."
  4. [S2076] US Gov. 1930 United States Federal Census "Year: 1930; Census Place: Harris, Ripley, Missouri; Roll: 1221; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 6; Image: 99.0."

Thomas J Hightower1

M, #52523, b. circa 1819, d. 11 September 1859
ChartsWilliam cir 1642? then USA
     Thomas J Hightower was born circa 1819 at Virginia, United States of AmericaG.1 He married Catherine Susan Adaline Featherston, daughter of Burrell Featherston and Rebecca Adams, on 24 September 1841 at Robertson County, Tennessee, United States of AmericaG.1 Thomas J Hightower died on 11 September 1859 at Madsion, Madison County, Illinois, United States of AmericaG.1 He was buried after 11 September 1859 at William Featherston's Farm, Madison County, Illinois, United States of AmericaG.1

Family

Catherine Susan Adaline Featherston b. 1823, d. 20 Mar 1867
Last Edited19 Jan 2015

Citations

  1. [S1765] GEDCOM file created by E. Elaine Boston, 2014 "unknown cd."

Marguerite Pressgrove1

F, #52524, b. 20 April 1811, d. 8 February 1890
ChartsWilliam cir 1642? then USA
     Marguerite Pressgrove was born on 20 April 1811 at Tennessee, United States of AmericaG.1 She married William S Featherston, son of Burrell Featherston and Rebecca Adams, circa 1829 at Bedford County, Tennessee, United States of AmericaG, Possibly in Robertson County.2,3 Marguerite Pressgrove died on 8 February 1890 at Exeter, Barry County, Missouri, United States of AmericaG.1 She was buried after 8 February 1890 at Concord Cemetery, Ridgley, Barry County, Missouri, United States of AmericaG.1
     As of circa 1829,her married name was Margaretta Featherston.1

Family

William S Featherston b. 1809, d. 3 Dec 1871
Children
Last Edited8 Aug 2015

Citations

  1. [S1765] GEDCOM file created by E. Elaine Boston, 2014 "unknown cd."
  2. [S1765] GEDCOM file created by E. Elaine Boston, 2014 "I have no official marriage record; I place it circa 1829 in Bedford County, Tennessee because the family moved to Shelby County, Illinois mid 184o's and are listed as living in Shelby County in the 1850 census and Mary J., their daughter Mary is not with the family but married to James Guillick and living in Clinton County, Illinois in 1860. Her b/d on 1860 census is c 1809. So overall it is a guess. I put her bd as c1809 and marriage date as c 1829. This family wasn't too concerned about children born prior to marriage."
  3. [S627] Stephen Katsurinis, "Contact Stephen Katsurinis," e-mail to W P Featherstone, 2011, I have not found a record of the marriage, but list it as circa 1829 because they appear to be living together in 1830 with a daughter and their first born was born in 1830 in Robertson County. If you have another source or any documentary evidence, it will be superior to my guess.

Florence Helen Wolfe1

F, #52525, b. 29 May 1912, d. 7 January 2008
Florence Helen Featherston nee Wolfe and husband Edward Eugene
Florence Featherston nee Wolfe
Wolfe Family
Wolfe Family
Florence and Ellen Featherston
ChartsWilliam cir 1642? then USA
     Florence Helen Wolfe was born on 29 May 1912 at St. Louis (City), St. Louis County, Missouri, United States of AmericaG.1 She married Edward Eugene Featherston, son of Henry Marion Featherston and Etta Frances Rideout, on 22 May 1942 at St. Louis (City), St. Louis County, Missouri, United States of AmericaG.1 Florence Helen Wolfe died on 7 January 2008 at Doniphan, Ripley County, Missouri, United States of AmericaG, Obituary

'Florence Featherston died on January 8, 2009 at the Colonial Home, Doniphan, at age 96. Florence was predeceased by her husband of 61 years, Edward E. (Gene) Featherston, her mother, Maude Wolfe, father Lewis Wolfe and brother, Leeman Wolfe. She is survived by her sister-in-law and brother-in-law, Donna and Jim Featherston of Rosebud, Missouri, brother-in-law, Edwin Sutherland of Doniphan, sister-in-law, Ellen Featherston of Poplar Bluff, and sister-in-law, Lois Madsen of Binghamton, New York and numerous nieces and nephews. She grew up and attended schools in St. Louis where she and Gene were married in 1942. She remained there during the war while Gene served in the navy. Because her husband’s job required frequent transfers, they lived in many different cities. She regarded each move as an adventure and quickly found her way around the new city. Florence worked as an executive secretary and in her eighties she could record a conversation in shorthand. She also worked as a retail salesperson. She did beautiful needlework. In 1982 they retired and moved to Ripley County. In 2002 they moved to Poplar Bluff. After Gene’s death Florence became a resident of the Colonial Home (Doniphan) where she received loving and attentive care. Graveside services will be conducted at the Doniphan Cemetery January 12, 2009, by Rev. Bob Featherston.1' She was buried on 12 January 2009 at Doniphan Oak Ridge Cemetery, Doniphan, Ripley County, Missouri, United States of AmericaG.1
     As of 22 May 1942,her married name was Featherston.1

Family

Edward Eugene Featherston b. 6 Mar 1917, d. 13 Sep 2003
Last Edited17 Jul 2016

Citations

  1. [S1765] GEDCOM file created by E. Elaine Boston, 2014 "unknown cd."

William Hussong1

M, #52526, b. 1793, d. 19 October 1865
ChartsWilliam cir 1642? then USA
     William Hussong was born in 1793 at Tennessee, United States of AmericaG.1 He married Catherine Susan Adaline Featherston, daughter of Burrell Featherston and Rebecca Adams, on 26 January 1860 at Clinton County, Illinois, United States of AmericaG.1 William Hussong died on 19 October 1865 at Illinois, United States of AmericaG.1

Family

Catherine Susan Adaline Featherston b. 1823, d. 20 Mar 1867
Last Edited1 Dec 2014

Citations

  1. [S1765] GEDCOM file created by E. Elaine Boston, 2014 "unknown cd."

Mary Esene1

F, #52527, b. circa 1830
ChartsWilliam cir 1642? then USA
     Mary Esene was born circa 1830.1 She married George Washington Featherston, son of Burrell Featherston and Rebecca Adams, after 1885.1
     As of after 1885,her married name was Featherston.1

Family

George Washington Featherston b. 23 Jul 1824, d. 12 Mar 1916
Last Edited6 Nov 2014

Citations

  1. [S1765] GEDCOM file created by E. Elaine Boston, 2014 "unknown cd."

Francis Marion Featherston1

M, #52528, b. 24 September 1827, d. 30 January 1891
Dr. Marion Francis Featherstun, D.D.S..
A Methodist Preacher
Evergreen Cemetery, Woodville, Wilkinson County, Mississippi, USA
Evergreen Cemetery, Woodville, Wilkinson County, Mississippi, USA
Woodville Methodist Church
Woodville, Wilkinson County, Mississippi, USA
Father*Burrell Featherston1 b. 1784, d. 21 Feb 1875
Mother*Rebecca Adams1 b. 12 May 1788, d. 4 Feb 1852
ChartsWilliam cir 1642? then USA
     Francis Marion Featherston was born on 24 September 1827 at Robertson County, Tennessee, United States of AmericaG.1 He was the son of Burrell Featherston and Rebecca Adams.1 Francis Marion Featherston married Mary Eliza Rundell on 19 June 1848 at Warren County, Mississippi, United States of AmericaG.1 Francis Marion Featherston married Virginia Markum in 1879.1 Francis Marion Featherston died on 30 January 1891 at Woodville, Wilkinson County, Mississippi, United States of AmericaG.1 He was buried after 30 January 1891 at Evergreen Cemetery, Woodville, Wilkinson County, Mississippi, United States of AmericaG.1
     He was enumerated in the in 1860 Federal census in at Yazoo County, Missiisspi, United States Of AmericaG, his occupation.2 The following is a compilation of information regarding one of Burrell Featherston's sons:

The Clarion Ledger--Jackson Daily News (Mississippi)--Sunday,February 17, 1980--'Family marker tells of fever's destruction', By Carl McIntire

Yellow fever carved a path through Mississippi in 1878 that was marked by tombstones that still dot the graveyards from one end of the state to the other. None of the markers, however, is probably so complete a family history as the one to be found in an old, abandoned, almost lost cemetery near Vicksburg, at a place once known as Beechland.

A lone memorial, a tall spire with engravings all around the square base, tells how a father buried his entire family in 22 days. There are names of eight persons inscribed thereon. The Rev. F.M. FEATHERSTUN was pastor of a small Methodist Church at Beechland when tragedy struck. After he buried his dead, it is said he left and never returned.

Vicksburg was gloating over the healthy condition of the community when, on August 15,1878, the city's newspaper called it 'the healthiest city in the South.' That very evening, the town health officer reported two cases of yellow fever.

From then on, for two months, the obituary columns were jammed with names of the dead. On August 21, the paper listed 10 deaths and three days later said there were 100 new cases.

Within less than a month, it is said that one third of the population had been stricken. Death tolls were high. Nearby, at Beechland, the FEATHERSTUN FAMILY seemed safe out in the country. Then it hit.

The monument shows that on Sept. 22, G.W., aged 19, died. On Oct. 8, ABBIE, aged 15, died. WILL B. CLELAND/Gleland (considered as probably a son-in-law) died on Oct. 9 at the age of 27. MISS A. A. RUNDELL, a teacher who resided with the family, died Oct. 10 at the age of 26, LAURA, aged 10, died Oct.11, L. W., aged 12 died Oct. 12. IRENE (Featherston Gleland) died Oct. 12 at the age of one month and on Oct. 13 MRS. MARY E., wife of Rev. F. M. FEATHERSTUN,died at the age of 48.

As the newspaper in Vicksburg continued to tell of the deaths, the editor implored, 'May God have mercy on us all.'

'Hidden Stone is Reminder of Yellow Fever Epidemic' By John Barbour (Excerpt specific to Featherston as follows)

…The inscription starts: 'In memory of my entire family...' Then below and on each of its four sides is a long list of names.

'Mary E. Featherstun, wife of Rev. F.M. Featherstun, died Oct. 13, 1878, aged 48 years.' 'Mrs. A.A. Rundell, died Oct. 10, 1878, aged 48 years.' 'Will B. Gleland, died Oct. 13, 1878, age 27 years.' 'Irene Gleland, died Oct. 13, 1878, age 1 month.' 'L.W. died Oct. 12, 1878, age 12 years.' 'G.W., died Sept. 22, 1878, age 19 years.' 'Abbie, died Oct. 8, 1878, age 15 years.' 'Laura died Oct. 11, 1878, age 10 years.' 'R.H. died July 25, 1872, age 11 years.' 'Burwell Featherstun, died Dec. 19, 1874, aged 93 years.' (This was his father~DFL)

The first nine people who are listed on the stone died in September and October of 1878-the year the scourge of yellow fever took so many lives in Warren County---and all were related.

Survivors of this family migrated to the hills in Bovina…in Jackson County, Mississippi.

A very sad tale indeed.

The F. M. Featherstun was FRANCIS MARION FEATHERSTUN (FEATHERSTON(E)), who on January 30, 1891, a little more than one month after he had been appointed to Woodville Station for the second time as their Methodist minister, died. He was born in Robertson County, Tennessee on September 24, 1827; before he was grown he moved to Mississippi and settled in Warren County. He married ELIZABETH RUNDELL in June 1848, and 10 children were born to them, two of them becoming Methodist preachers and members of the Mississippi Conference, H. Walter Featherstun and Lewis R. Featherstun. In 1879, he married Virginia Markham of Warren County, Mississippi. They had a daughter.

Per the 1891-METHODISM IN THE MISSISSIPPI CONFERENCE BOOK, P. 399

F.M. was licensed to preach in 1853, and was admitted into the Mississippi Conference and appointed to Warren Colored Mission. He gave four years of service to the Negroes. He spent two years 1866-1867, in Tennessee, and four years, 1881-1884, in California, and with this exception he spent his full labors in the Mississippi Conference, serving on missions seven years, in stations eight years, and as presiding elder eight years. Hiwassee College conferred the degree of D.D. on him in 1885. He was the great-grandfather of H.W.F.Vaughn of the Mississippi Conference. Darlene Featherstone Lankford  

A Methodist Minister. A one time presiding elder at Vicksburg, Mississippi. He had moved from Robertson County to Woodville, Mississippi.

Spelled Featherstun.

Rev. Francis Marion Featherstun p. 8-9 Seventy-eight annual session Mississippi Conference, M.E. Church, South

Francis Marion Featherstun was son to Burwell and Rebecca Adams Featherstun. He was born in Robertson County, Tennessee, September 24, 1827. Before attaining his majority he moved to Mississippi and settled in Warren County. In Jun 1848 he married Miss Mary Eliza Rundell. Unto to them were born ten children, two of whom became Methodist preachers and honored members of the Mississippi Conference. In 1878 his wife and seven other members of the household died of yellow fever in the short space of two weeks. He himself and his widowed daughter went down into the valley of the shadow, but were permitted to return and were raised to health again. Late in the fall of 1879, he married Miss Virginia Markham of Warren County, Mississippi, who became the mother of one child--a daughter. He died in Woodville, Mississippi, January 30, 1891, in the sixty-fourth year of his age, three children of the first marriage and the widow and child of the second marriage survived.

His parents were Christians and he early learned to love his Savior. He gave his young heart to God and ever thereafter maintained an exalted Christian character He was pure in thought, word and life. While yet a lad he united with the church and faithfully kept his vows.

In the summer of 1853 he was licensed to preach, the Divine call having been clear and unmistakable. At the following session of the Mississippi Annual conference he was admitted on trial into the traveling connection and appointed to Warren Colored Mission. The first four years of his ministry were devoted to missions to the Negroes--that work to which our church was so well adapted and in which God gave us such a harvest of soul as no other church has ever garnered in any mission field of the world. Excepting 1866 and 1867, which were spent in Tennessee, and 1880-1884 which were spent in California, his labors were all within the boundaries of the Mississippi Conference. In 1863 he was an independent missionary in the country about Vicksburg when the armies of Grant and Sherman had sway. He was loyal to the South and rendered invaluable service to Joseph E. Johnston. The general minutes show that he was on missions seven years, circuits fourteen, in charge of stations eight years and eight years a presiding elder. In 1885, Hiwassee College conferred on him the honorary degree of Doctor of Divinity.

Our brother was not with us at our last session. He was too unwell to come. He was re-appointed to Woodville station. He fell in sleep January 30, 1891, life's labors ended, life's duties done. Three weeks before he died, his last sermon was preached, the text being John xiv, 2--a favorite theme with him since his experience in 1878.

He was eminently practical and of remarkable common sense. Early educational disadvantages had been overcome by persistent effort. He was a successful farmer, a good manager. He was skilled in money matters. He might have made a successful banker. He builded up ever pastoral charge committed to his care. Firm, wise and kind, he had few equals as a Presiding Elder. He was the friend of the young preachers. He drew young people to himself and led them to Christ. Little children loved him. His religion was full of love, light and gladness. He was always hopeful and helpful. His loins were girded, his lamp was burning. He was ready for the coming of the Son of Man. He had gone to our Father's house and met the many loved ones gone before. He waits for the others. He died in the Lord and is with Christ at home. T. L. Mellen

2 records: Fisher Funeral Home Records: Featherstun, F.M. (Rev.) July 22, 1872; To one No. 9 Metalic Case and Box Delivered on the Cars; Frate paid on Same to Bovina--#65.--; Wm Crutcher, Security; Settled at $55.00. Featherston, ___(Mr.) May 14, 1873; To one Coffin & Box--$7.00; Mr. Featherston, Dr.

The Woodville Repulbican: Mississippi's Oldest Existing Newspaper 16 Nov 1878 The Rev. F.M. Featherston, residing 18 miles northwest of Vicksburg, when the plaque visited his household, numbered in it fold, ten persons; the last account we had, himself and a married daughter, Mrs. Clev were the only survivors and they had both been stricken down with the disease.   Woodville Republication 31 Jan 1891 Rev. Dr. Featherstun has been seriously ill since our last issue.  His health has been bad for several months and secondly the grippe coupled with other complications placed him in a dangerous condition.  His pulpit has been ably filled by President Featherstun of the Methodist college but none the less the Doctor's congregation and general public hope he may soon be restored to health and to his ministerial duties. 

Later, on this Friday evening we have to make the sorrowful announcement that Dr. Featherstun is insensible and sinking rapidly, before this meets the eyes of our readers no doubt he will have ceased to be numbered among the living.  Up to Thursday morning, though very weak his recovery was more than probable, but from some slight improvement pneumonia set in at that time. In his death this community and his church will have suffered a great loss.  He was a good and wise man,charitable in his views and conduct and greatly beloved. 

Woodville Republican 7 Feb 1891 President Featherstun, we are informed, for the balance of the year, will fill the pulpit occupied by his lamented father. During the absence of the editor earlier, which a proper notice of death did not appear in our column, which we regret.  

Woodville Republican 21 Feb 1891 Rev. H. Walter Featherstun has been appointed to the pastorate of the Methodist Church in place of his father lately deceased.  His duties as pastor will in no wise conflict with his presidency of Edward McGehee College.

Deed #2. Book MM, Pages #471 & 472 F M and Mary E Featherston to ** Deed Thomas & Wm E Holloman, A M Cameron, S Dove, B C Johnson, & W R Billingslea, Trustees M E Church, South The State of Mississippi - Warren County This indenture made and entered into this 29th day of March, AD, 1872, by and between F M Featherston and Mary E Featherston, his wife, of the first part and Thomas Holloman, William E Holloman, A M Cameron, Sampson Dove, B C Johnson, and W R Billingslea, Trustees of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, of the second part, Witnesseth: That the said parties of the first part for and in consideration of the love and affection they have for the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and for the further consideration of one dollar, to them, in hand paid, the receipt of which is acknowledged, have, granted, bargained, sold, and conveyed, and do by these presents, give, grant, bargain, sell, and convey unto the parties of the second part, and their successors in office, all our right, title, interest, and claim, in and to a certain lot or parcel of land, upon the condition hereafter mentioned, to wit: A part of the North West Half (NW1/2) of West Half (W1/2) of the South East Quarter (SE1/4), of Section Twenty Four (Sec 24), Township Seventeen North, (T17N), Range Five East (R5E), of Warren County, Mississippi; Beginning at a stake on the north side and about one hundred yards from Bridgeport Road at a place known as Noland Hill, about fifty yards west of the site of the Old Noland residence, running North, West, South, and East, to the beginning, so as to include one acre, more or less. Upon which lot or parcel of land said parties of the second part agree and bind themselves to build a house for Public Worship for the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, as soon as convenient for them to do so, and it is hereby expressly agreed and understood that said premises is to be used exclusively as a Place of Public Worship by and under the direction of the members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and as long as it is thus used the parties of the second part, and their successors in office, shall have the absolute use and control of the same, and the parties of the first part agree and bind themselves, their heirs and assigns, to keep said church in peaceable possession of the same, but in the event said Methodist Episcopal Church, South, shall cease to use said premises as a Place of Public Worship, then said land and appurtenances is to revert to the original owners or grantors, their heirs and assigns, and the parties of the first part for themselves, their heirs, executors, and administrators, do covenant and warrant that they are seized in fee simple of the land above conveyed, and further that they will defend against all persons claiming title thereto adversely to the title hereby conveyed. Witness our hands and seals this the day and year first above written.(Signed and Sealed)F M Featherston, M E Featherston The State Of Mississippi - Warren County

Personally appeared before me the undersigned, a Justice of the Peace in and for said County, the above named F M Featherston who acknowledged that he signed sealed and delivered the foregoing deed of conveyance on the day and year therein mentioned as this act and deed. Also appeared Mary E Featherston, wife, of the said F M Featherston, who after having examined privately and apart from him said husband, acknowledged that she signed, sealed, and delivered the foregoing Deed as her voluntary act and deed and for the purposes therein specified without any fear threat or compulsion of her said husband. Given under my hand and seal this 14th day of May, AD, 1872.

Deed #3, Book XX, Page #251 F M Featherstun to * Deed M E Church, South The State of Mississippi - Warren County Know all men by these presents that I, F M Featherstun, for an in consideration of the love I bear for the Cause of Christ, and from an earnest desire to promote his heritage on earth, do give and grant, and by these presents convey unto W R Billingslea, John B Young, William J Cowan, Sampson J Dove, Thomas Tucker, John B Brabston, John B Gibson, and William Owens, and their successors in office, Trustees of Church Property of the Warren Circuit of the Vicksburg District of the Mississippi Annual Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, the following described tract or parcel of land, to - wit; The North West Quarter of the South East Quarter, of Section Twenty Four, Township 17 north, Range Five East, being Forty Acres, more or less, Lying and being in Warren County, State of Mississippi. To have and to hold the same unto said Trustees and their successors in office or ever. In Testimony whereof, I, the said F M Featherstun have thereunto set my hand and seal this 9th day of August, A. D., 1879 (Signed and Sealed) Francis M Featherstun The State of Mississippi - Warren County Personally appeared before me, the undersigned Justice of the Peace in and for said County, the within named F M Featherstun, who acknowledged that he signed, sealed and delivered the foregoing Deed of Conveyance, on the day and year therein mentioned, as his act and deed. This 9th day of August A. D., 1879. (Signed and Sealed) S Brien, Justice of the Peace State of Mississippi - Warren County I, George T Hardy, Clerk of the Chancery Court of said County, hereby certify that the forgoing Deed was filed in my office for Record on the 22nd day of November A. D., 1879, at 2 o’clock P. M., and duly recorded in Deed Book “XX.,” Page #251. Witness my hand and seal of Court, this 7th day of January, A. D., 1880. (Signed) George T Hardy, Clerk, by Joseph W Short, Deputy Clerk

Deed #4, Book #148, Pages #222 For the purpose of perfecting and correcting a certain unrecorded deed made on the 17th day of April, 1915, which said deed is in letters and figures as follows, to-wit: State of Mississippi - Warren County For and in consideration of One Hundred Dollars worth of lumber; the grade, dimension, and, price of grade; thereof to be determined at the time of delivery; which delivery shall be instanter, or, on demand and in quantities as may be agreed upon; We, the undersigned, members of the Board of Trustees, Oak Ridge Charge of the Methodist Church, South, being duly authorized and empowered by said Board, this 17th day of April, 1915, convey, and warrant, unto C K Alexander, the land known as the Old Beechland Church Site, more particularly described as follows, to-wit; The north-west Quarter (¼) of the South East Quarter (1/4) of Section Twenty - Four, Township Seventeen (17), Range Five East (5), containing 40 acres, more or less, Said lands lying and situated in Warren County, State of Mississippi. Witness our signatures this 17th day of April, 1921 (Signed) F L Austin, S P Grant State of Mississippi - Warren County This day personally appeared before me; the undersigned , a Justice of the Peace, in and for said County, the within named M J Harris, F L Austin, and S P Grant, who acknowledged that they signed and delivered the foregoing instrument on the day and year therein mentioned. Witness my hand, this 17th day of April, 1915. John R Pettway, Justice of the Peace.1

Family 1

Mary Eliza Rundell b. 5 Aug 1829, d. 13 Oct 1878
Children

Family 2

Virginia Markum b. 24 Jul 1855, d. 16 Oct 1949
Child
Last Edited27 Jul 2017

Citations

  1. [S1765] GEDCOM file created by E. Elaine Boston, 2014 "unknown cd."
  2. [S2049] Unknown author Ancestry.com, 1860 United States Federal Census (Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2004.Original data - United States of America, Bureau of the Census. Eighth Census of the United States, 1860. Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, 1860. M653, 1) "Year: 1860; Census Place: , Yazoo, Mississippi; Roll: M653_594; Page: 0; Image: 507."

Fred Ernest Featherston1

M, #52529, b. 28 April 1881, d. 8 July 1946
Father*Andrew Jackson Featherston1 b. 22 Nov 1857, d. 18 Jun 1912
Mother*Henrietta Lamkin1 b. 13 Dec 1854, d. 1 Jul 1934
ChartsWilliam cir 1642? then USA
     Fred Ernest Featherston was born on 28 April 1881 at Carlisle County, Kentucky, United States of AmericaG.2,1 He was the son of Andrew Jackson Featherston and Henrietta Lamkin.1 Fred Ernest Featherston married Jessie Loreen Cox on 6 September 1903 at Cairo, Alexander County, Illinois, United States of AmericaG.1 Fred Ernest Featherston died on 8 July 1946 at Miami, Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States of AmericaG.1
     Fred was aboard the boat Maid of the Mist at Niagara Falls (below the falls) and observed a girl standing some distance away at the railing. He said to the stranger standing next to him. 'Wow, she could put her shoes in my closet any time!' The stranger replies, 'That is my daughter, would you like to meet her?' (In three weeks they were married). Presumably they were on vacation at the time.

Fred came from a farming family, but when he first married, he became manager of his father-in-law's furniture and undertaking business in Carterville, Illinois. He also owned a motion picture theater and shopping center there.

In 1913, the family lived in Creal Springs, Illinois but by 1915, he was owner and operator of Featherstone Fixture company, a lighting fixture company in St. Louis, Missouri. Later, he was a railroad pullman train conductor traveling throughout most of the United States. In 1917, he farmed in Carlisle County, Kentucky, as well as had a real estate office in Bardwell, Kentucky. In 1920, he moved his wife and five children from Arlington, Kentucky to Miami, Dad County, Florida. From 1920, until his death of a heart attack in 1946, he was a real estate broker and land developer, developing and platting large subdivision in the Miami area, among them were Featherstone Ridge in 1924, Featherstone Heights, Radio Ridge and Featherstone Park. He also authored copy-righted booklets on How to Sell Real Estate.

From 'Hickman County History',
Clinton, Kentucky, Volume Two, 1999. Rose Publishing Company, Humboldt, Tennessee

Obituary

'Word was received here this week of the sudden death of Fred Featherstone in Miami, Florida. Funeral services will be held in Miami. Mr. Featherstone, a former resident of Carlisle county, was engaged in the real estate business in Florida. He visited with relatives and friends in Hickman and Carlisle counties in April of this year and had planned to return to Clinton with his family this month for a visit with relatives. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Jessie Featherstone, a daughter, Mrs. Mary Tharpe, Miami, seven sons, Leland and Gordon Featherstone of Miami, Elbert Featherstone, Air Corps instructor in South America, Milford Featherstone, Los Angeles, triplets, William, Jennings, and Bryan Featherstone, U.S. Navy, New Orleans, Louisiana, two brothers, Same Featherstone of Arlington and Lee Featherstone, Hickman County, one sister, Miss Isabel Featherstone of Arlington. He also leaves one aunt, Mrs. Lucy Jackson, Clinton.1' He was Person-Source after 1946; Person Source.3

Family

Jessie Loreen Cox b. 2 Sep 1886, d. 29 Feb 1968
Children
Last Edited13 Nov 2014

Citations

  1. [S1765] GEDCOM file created by E. Elaine Boston, 2014 "unknown cd."
  2. [S1770] Unknown name of person, unknown record type, 43 (unknown file date).
  3. [S1771] Unknown name of person, unknown record type, page 72-73 (unknown file date).