Margaret Featherstone

F, #5371, b. circa 1738
Father*William Featherstone
Mother*Margaret (Unknown)
     Margaret Featherstone was born circa 1738. She is the daughter of William Featherstone and Margaret (Unknown). Margaret Featherstone was christened on 4 February 1737/38 at St Nicholas, Rochester, Kent, EnglandG; daughter of William Featherstone and Margaret.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP1257

Citations

  1. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America.

Thomas Featherstone

M, #5372
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP1258

Mary (Unknown)

F, #5373
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP1259

George Featherstone

M, #5374, b. circa 1822
Father*Thomas Featherstone
Mother*Mary (Unknown)
     George Featherstone was born circa 1822 at Rochester, Kent, EnglandG. He is the son of Thomas Featherstone and Mary (Unknown). George Featherstone was christened on 29 December 1822 at St Nicholas, Rochester, Kent, EnglandG; son of William Featherstone and Mary.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP1260

Citations

  1. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America.

Isabella Featherstone

F, #5375, b. 1843
Father*Thomas Featherstone b. 8 May 1808, d. Sep 1874
Mother*Isabella Munn b. c 1806, d. Sep 1854
     Isabella Featherstone was born in 1843 at Rochester, Kent, EnglandG.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Featherstone and Isabella Munn. Isabella Featherstone Her Birth was registered in the Medway district in the quarter of December 1843 Vol/Page at 5.371.2 She was baptized on 3 December 1843 at St Nicholas, Rochester, Kent, EnglandG; daughter of Thomas Featherstone and Isabella.3
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited28 Jun 2016
ReferenceP1261

Citations

  1. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), birth registration index Isabella Featherstone Dec 1843 Medway KEN 5.371 (1837-2010).
  2. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), Taken from index by WP FEATHERSTONE
    birth registration index Isabella Featherstone Dec 1843 Medway KEN 5.371 (1837-2010).
  3. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America.

Elizabeth Fetherston

F, #5376
     Y. Kent Database; Y.

Family

Child
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
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Frances Fetherston

F, #5377, b. circa 1793
Mother*Elizabeth Fetherston
     Frances Fetherston was born circa 1793. She is the daughter of Elizabeth Fetherston. Frances Fetherston was christened on 27 January 1793 at St Nicholas, Rochester, Kent, EnglandG; daughter of Elizth Fetherston.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP1263

Citations

  1. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America.

Mary Jane Dixon

F, #5378, b. 27 April 1860, d. March 1927
     Mary Jane Dixon was born on 27 April 1860 at Bermondsey, London, Surrey, EnglandG.1,2 She married Albert Featherstone, son of John Featherstone and Emily Barnett, on 1 November 1887 at St Peter, Deptford, Kent, EnglandG.3 Albert Featherstone and Mary Jane Dixon marriage was registered in Greenwich district Vol/Page 1d.1491 in the quarter of December 1887.4 She Her death was registered in the Lewisham registration district in the quarter of March 1927 Vol./Page 1d.1471 64.5
     Y. Kent Database; Y. As of 1887,her married name was Featherstone. She wasenumerated as the Wife of Albert Featherstone in the Census on 5 April 1891 Albert Featherstone Occupation was a Drapers traveller living at 20 Northbank Road, Lewisham, London, Kent, EnglandG.6 Mary Jane Featherstone wasenumerated as the Wife of Albert Featherstone in the Census on 31 March 1901 Albert Featherstone Occupation was a dry goods warehouseman living at Rosenborg, Berlin Road, Catford, Lewisham, London, Kent, EnglandG.7 Mary Jane Dixon was 64 at death as of March 1927.5

Family

Albert Featherstone b. Mar 1862
Children
Last Edited2 Mar 2017
ReferenceP1214

Citations

  1. [S388] Not given, baptism register St Mary Magdalene, Bermondsey: Baptisms solemnized in the Parish of St Mary Magdalen Bermondsey in the County of Surrey in the year 1862
    12 January 1862 Mary Jane daughter of John and Rachel Agnes Dixon of Grange Road engineer born 27 April 1860
    12 January 1862 Emily daughter of John and Rachel Agnes Dixon of Grange Road engineer born 15 December 1861, 2010, unknown repository.
  2. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation.
  3. [S1259] Image Marriage, St Peter, Deptford, unknown period "marriage solemnized at the church of St Peter in the parish of Deptford in the county of Kent
    November 1 1887
    Albert Featherstone 25 bachelor warehouseman of Batsford Road, St Johns, father John Featherstone agent
    Mary Jane Dixon 27 spinster of 57 Breakspear Road father John Dixon coal merchant
    married in the District Church after banns both signed in the presence of John Dixon and J F Featherstone."
  4. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use, Collected by Paul R Featherstone June 2000 (1837-1965).
  5. [S3] As per use, death registration index, Taken from the index of freebmd web site.
  6. [S1891] National for England & Wales, "1891 census RG12/520/20
    20 Northbank Road, Lewisham, London
    Albert Featherstone head M 29 traveller (drapers) Kent, Deptford
    Mary J Featherstone wife M 30 Surrey, Rotherhithe
    Agnes M Featherstone dau 2 Kent, Lewisham
    Sarah M Prince serv S 17 genl servt (domestic) Kent, Deptford."
  7. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1901 census RG13/553/114/19
    Rosenborg, Berlin Road, Catford, Lewisham, London
    Albert Featherstone head M 39 dry goods warehouseman Deptford
    Mary J Featherstone wife M 40 Bermondsey
    Agnes M Featherstone dau S 12 Lewisham
    Ethel M Featherstone dau S 8 Lewisham
    Dorothy A Featherstone dau S 5 Lewisham
    Albert E Featherstone son S 1 Lewisham
    Adelaide M Harding serv S 19 nurse domestic Tunbridge Wells
    Amelia W Garrett serv S 21 gen servant Blackfriars, London.

Frances Elizabeth Featherstone

F, #5379, b. September 1850
Father*Thomas Featherstone b. 29 Jul 1811, d. 3 May 1884
Mother*Elizabeth Stephens b. c 1811, d. Jun 1875
     Frances Elizabeth Featherstone Her Birth was registered in the Brighton district in the quarter of September 1850 Vol/Page at 7.293.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Featherstone and Elizabeth Stephens. Frances Elizabeth Featherstone was baptized on 17 November 1850 at Chevening, Kent, EnglandG; daughter of Thomas Featherstone and Elizabeth.2 Frances Elizabeth Featherstone and Edward Cripps marriage was registered in Brighton district Vol/Page 2b.353 in the quarter of September 1873.3 Frances Elizabeth Featherstone married Edward Cripps, son of George Cripps, on 30 September 1873 at St. Nicholas, Brighton, Sussex, EnglandG; Brighton Mar M Cripps Edward age 32 George Cripps Frances Elizabeth Featherstone age 23 30 September 1873 Saint Nicholas Sussex England VRI: extracted FHL Number 1067169.2
     Y. Kent Database; Y. As of 30 September 1873,her married name was Cripps. Frances Elizabeth Featherstone lived in 1881 at 3 Clevedon Place, Brighton, Sussex, EnglandG.4 She lived in 1884 at 3 Clevedon Place, Brighton, Sussex, EnglandG.5

Family

Edward Cripps b. c 1841, d. b 1881
Child
Last Edited12 Jun 2017
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Citations

  1. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), Taken from index by WP FEATHERSTONE
    birth registration index Frances Elizabeth Featherstone Sep 1850 Brighton SSX 7.293 (1837-2010).
  2. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America.
  3. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use (1837-1965).
  4. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.
  5. [S53] Unknown author, will - see notes, 542 The will of Thomas Featherstone late of 3 Clevedon place Kemptown Brighton in the county of Sussex gentleman who died 3 May 1884 at 3 Clevedon Place was proved at the Principal Registry by Frances Elizabeth Cripps of 3 Clevedon Place widow the daughter the sole executrix £77 10s 0d.

William Featherstone

M, #5380, b. circa 1816, d. 8 February 1864
Father*James Featherstone b. c 1789, d. 16 May 1867
Mother*Charlotte Gurney b. c 1789, d. 1 Feb 1857
ChartsJames Featherstone lived in Cheshire cir 1771
     William Featherstone was born circa 1816 at Westminster, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.1 He was the son of James Featherstone and Charlotte Gurney. William Featherstone married Ann Moreton on 12 April 1841 at All Saints, Poplar, London, Middlesex, EnglandG; I think this must be the marriage:
marriage registration index June 1841 Poplar MDX 1c.273 William Featherstone and Ann Moreton

COPY OF AN ENTRY OF MARRIAGE IN THE Parish register OF ALL SAINTS IN THE REGISTRATION DISTRICT OF POPLAR
1841 Marriage solemnized at All Saints church in the parish of Poplar in the County of Middlesex
No. 499 When Married.April 12
Name and Surname. William Featherstone Full age BachelorBricklayerResidence at the time of Marriage.Poplar Father James Featherstone Bricklayer
Name and Surname. Ann Moreton Full age Spinster residence Poplar father William Moreton Butcher
Married in the parish church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by or after Banns by me, R C Vaughan
This Marriage was solemnized between us, Wm Featherstone Ann Moreton in the Presence of us, James Hood Charlotte Hood
Entry extracted by David Horwill from Parish Register deposited at the London Metropolitan Archives as part of The Guild of One-Name Studies' Marriage Challenge.2,3 William Featherstone and Ann Moreton marriage was registered in Poplar district Vol/Page 2.273 in the quarter of June 1841.4 William Featherstone died on 8 February 1864 at 14 Grove Road, Fulham, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.5 He His death was registered in the Kensington registration district in the quarter of March 1864 Vol./Page 1a.145.6
     Y. Kent Database; Y. He was a bricklayer in 1841.2 He lived in 1841 at Poplar, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.2 Does this refer to him?
John Bramley, Daniel Docra, William ELEY, Theft > simple larceny, 6th July 1846.
Reference Number: t18460706-1477
Offence: Theft > simple larceny
Verdict: Guilty > other; Guilty > other; Not Guilty > other
Punishment: Transportation
1477. John Bramley , DANIEL DOCRA , and William ELEY , were indicted for stealing 1 bale of flannel, value 50s; 25 flannel shirts, 50s; and 1 canvas wrapper, 6d; the goods of our Lady the Queen.
MESSRS. GODSON and FCTERSDOEF conducted the Prosecution.
ELEANOR JOHANNA DINNY . I am matron of the hospital at Woolwich. I attend entirely to the linen and bedding stores, and the flannel—I received a bale from Deptford on Tuesday, the 26th of May—it was in a wrapper—it was delivered to me, and I had it placed in the store-room—it is my duty to keep the key of that store-room—I saw the bale safe on the following Friday evening, about eight o'clock—I left the windows of that room all safe that night—they were shut down, but not fastened—I locked the door, and put the key in my pocket—I we to the room again about eleven o'clock on the Saturday morning—the door was still locked—I unlocked it, and wont to one part of the room, and on turning round I saw some spots of candle-grease on the floor—I spoke to the surgeon, and asked him to come in—I found one window was a little way open, about one inch—I found some matches in the room and the bale was gone—the store-room is on the first floor—the window is eight or ten feet from the ground—the bale contained twenty-five flannel shirts—they formed a part of the stores.
BERNEY Varlo . I am an officer of the Royal Marines; my quarters are in Francis-street, Woolwich, facing the new barracks. From my quarters I can see any person passing within the walls of the barracks—it is only the width of the road, about thirty feet wide—I could see over the fence—the wall is not yet erected—on Sunday night, the 31st of May, I saw the prisoner Bramley within the barrack, about a quarter before ten o'clock—I knew him well—I saw him pass along within the fence, and go to the Commandant's house—he went to the cellar of the Commandant's house, which is below the building—he came up again, and left the barrack-yard for a short time—he then returned, and I particularly noticed him—he went to the corner of the wall with a bundle which looked to be light, and while I was giving information to a policeman the bundle was thrown over the wall, but it lodged on the wall for a second or two, and was pulled down by a party on the other side, whom I could not see—I directed the policeman to go up the lane, which would lead to the other side of the wall—I went into the barrack-yard myself, and saw Bramley coming towards the guard-room—I said, "You are the man I want"—he made no reply—I lodged him in the guard-room—the policeman Coglan afterwards pointed out a spot to me on the other side of the wall, that corresponded with the spot where I saw the bundle thrown—there was only the thickness of the wall between—it was just on the other side of the wall—the prisoners are all marines, and had been absent from barracks—Bramley had been discharged from the hospital about two o'clock on the Friday, and had been absent from barracks from the Friday afternoon, and the other two prisoners had been absent from the Friday morning.
Bramley. Q. I wish to know how you can swear to me at a quarter before ten o'clock at night, at fifty yards off? A. It was not more than thirty yards off, and I never lost sight of you for two minutes—it was quite a clear night.
JEREMIAH COGLAN (police-constable R 192.) I was on duty on the 31st of May, about half-past nine o'clock—I received information from Mr. Varlo—I went down by the private road by the side of the barracks—when I got there I saw Docra and Eley standing close to the fence in the lane—I did not see them do anything—I told them to consider themselves in my custody—they stood mute for a moment, and asked the reason I took them—I told them I received information from a gentleman on the opposite side that they were in the act of throwing some property over the fence—the moment I said that, Eley turned and ran away—I had hold of Docra—he asked to be allowed to go by my side, so that no person would think he was a prisoner—I let him go, and he ran away—I pursued, and soon overtook him—I pointed out Eley on the parade, and took him into custody on the following morning—I pointed out the spot where I saw Docra and Eley to Mr. Varlo and to Sergeant Parry, and I saw Parry find some flannel shirts inside the fence of the reservoir, within a yard or two of where the prisoners had been standing, about half-an-hour after they were taken—the reservoir fence is on the opposite side of the lane—the wall is on one side, and the fence on the other—Mr. Varlo pointed out the spot to me where he saw Bramley, and that corresponded with the spot where I saw the other prisoners on the other side, and also with the spot where the flannel shirts were found.
James PARRY (police-sergeant R 8.) On Sunday night, the 31st of May, I went down the private lane between the reservoir fence and the brick wall, about ten o'clock—Coglan pointed out to me a spot where he said some per-son had been—I examined the reservoir field, and found these eight flannel shirts tied together by the sleeves—the fence between the lane and the reser-voir field is about four feet high—I produce three other shirts which I got from Dennison, and three from Cahill.
Maria WEST . I reside at Woolwich. I saw Bramley on Saturday night, the 30th of May, alone—I was with a sailor, coming down the street—I am known by the name name of Norfolk at Woolwich—Bramley came and said, "Norfolk, would you mind doing me a favour?"—I said, "What is that?"—he asked if I would sell a flannel shirt for him—I said, "I don't mind, if it don't get me into any trouble"—he said, not the least, what trouble there was he would take upon himself—he then unbuttoned his jacket, and took out one flannel shirt—I did not see the shirt at all till he unbuttoned his jacket—I went into Mrs. Cahill's shop, and asked her to buy it—she asked whose it was—I did not like to say it was the marine's, and I said it was the sailor's that was with me—she gave me 1s. 4d. for it—I came out and gave the money to Bramley, who was standing just outside the shop door—he then asked if I would go in and sell another—I said I did not like, I was afraid I might get into some row—he then asked the sailor if be would—he said he did not mind if he did not get into a row—Bramley then unbuttoned his jacket a little higher up, and pulled out another flannel shirt, which he gave into the sailor's hands—the sailor went with it, into the same shop—he came out again, and gave 1s. 4d. into Bramley's hand—Bramley then asked the sailor if he would mind selling him another—the sailor said he did not mind if it did not get him into a scrape—Bramley said, not the least, there would be no row about it—he said they were his own, his mother had sent him them for him to go to sea—he went up against the old station-house, opened his trowsers, and took out another flannel shirt—he gave that third shirt to the sailor—I saw the sailor go to the same shop, and he brought out 1s. 4d. and gave it to Bramley, and Bramley gave the sailor 1d.—we then parted—next morning, (Sunday) Bramley came to my bed-room window, between seven and eight o'clock, and asked how I was—I told him I had got a headache—he asked if I would have something to drink—he put his hand against his trowsers pocket, and said he had got plenty of money—he told me not to say anything about what happened on Saturday night—he then went away—I have since then been ill-used by some of the men in the barracks—I have a black eye.
CAROLINE CAHILL . I keep a clothes-shop at Woolwich. On Saturday night, the 30th of May, Maria West came to my shop, and brought a flannel shirt—she asked if I would buy it—there was a sailor with her—I asked who it belonged to—she said to the sailor—she said she wanted 1s. 6d. for the shirt—I gave her 1s. 4d., and she went away—the sailor then brought two other shirts, but West was with him—I gave him 2s. 8d. for them—I kept the shirts separate—I put them on a shelf, and gave them to sergeant Parry.
ISABELLA DENNISON . I am the daughter of John Dennison; he keeps a clothes-shop in High-st., Woolwich. On Saturday evening, May 30 about eight o'clock, the prisoner Docra came and asked for a lodging—I said I had a lodg-ing—he went away, and came again about nine o'clock—he went down into the kitchen—I went down a good bit after him, and he asked me if I would buy three flannel shirts—I asked him if they were his own—he said they were, and his mother sent him the money for them—I gave him 2s. for them—he then left, and came in about eleven o'clock—he had his supper, and went to bed—he had lodged there on Friday night—he lodged there on Saturday night, and went away on the Sunday morning—I took the shirts up stairs, and put them on the shelf—they remained in my possession till the Wednesday afterwards, when I gave them to sergeant Parry—Docra had been to our house before.
William CONGLIN . I am a labourer, and live at Woolwich; I am em-ployed at the new barracks. I found this wrapper opposite the officers' quarters, and gave it to the sergeant on duty—I showed the spot where I found it to Mr. Varlo—I cannot exactly tell when I found it—it was in June—I did not hear of the prisoners being taken up—I heard there was something lost—I cannot say how long it was after I heard that when I found this wrap-per—it was more than a fortnight perhaps—there was some brown paper on the wrapper—I gave it up the minute I found it.
BERNEY Varlo re-examined. Conglin pointed out the spot to me about ten days after the robbery.
James NELSON . I am employed in the medical-store department in the Victualling-yard, at Deptford. This wrapper was part of the stores there—I saw it last on the 21st of May—when goods are packed the wrapper is always marked with the quantity of things which it contains—this wrapper con-tained twenty-five shirts—there were 200 shirts sent to be packed, and there were twenty-five in this wrapper—I think there were four twenty-fives and two fifties—this wrapper is marked" 25 flannel shirts," and marked with the broad arrow—this was put into the transit-store, ready to go by ship, and it was shipped two days afterwards on board the marine hoy, for the Marine In-firmary at Woolwich—I have been in the habit, from time to time, of seeing the flannel shirts—I am acquainted with the make and quality of them—these shirts appear to be the usual make, texture, and quality as there are now in store under the same contract.
Docra. Q. Can you say that these are the same shirts that were in that wrapper? A. No; but they are the same sort—I cannot swear these shirts came from the Victualling-office, but I can swear the wrapper did.
William Featherston . I am a bricklayer, and live at Woolwich. I found a bundle in the area of the officers' quarters, at the new buildings in the new barracks—I told the foreman, and he told me to put it back in the same place, and he would fetch the hospital sergeant—he fetched him, and I returned and picked up the bundle from where I found it at first, and gave it to the sergeant—this is it—it contains nine flannel shirts—I found this bundle about ten yards from where the wrapper was found, near the house adjoining—the bundle was tied up tightly, and a parcel of shavings over it—I was at work, and trod on the shavings—I felt something hard, and found the bundle.
Docra. Q. Is not that place frequented by any of the workmen? A. Yes—I cannot say whether it might have been put there by them, and put under the shavings—I cannot say whether it could have been there thirty-four days—I found it on Saturday week, the 27th of June.
George RIDGLEY . I am a sergeant of marines. The master stone-mason sent for me on the 27th of June, between one and two o'clock—I saw the bundle in the area, close to the Commander's new house—it contains nine flannel shirts—I have had the care of them ever since, they have been in the hospital stores.
ELEANOR JOHANNA DENNY re-examined. These eight shirts are all the same make—these three, found at Dennison's, are of the same make as the eight in the other parcel—one of them is not the same make—the others are—the buttons are the same—these three, found at Cahill's, are exactly the same make—these found in the shavings are all of the same make—the buttons of all are the same sort, and the pattern is every way the same, but the make of one is not so good, as if sewn by a different hand, but it is the same pattern and the same description in every way—while I had the bale it had a wrapper on—this is the wrapper—I can swear to it—it had the marks on that I see here—here is "25 flannel shirts, hospital service"—here is the broad arrow, and "D V Y, 1846 on it"—I can swear to it.
Docra. Q. Will you swear this is the wrapper that contained these flannels? A. It is the wrapper which contained the flannels lost—it was marked as this is—I am not aware whether other wrappers are marked the same way.
MR. GODSON. Q. Had you any other wrapper of this kind at that time in store? A. No—no other on the night between the 29th and 30th of May.
COURT. Q. Any bale coming in 1846, with twenty-five shirts in it, would have the same marks as this? A. Yes, but at that time I had no other there—this wrapper has May on it; but any bale coming in May, with twenty-five shirts in it, would have the same mark—I do not give the shirts out without an additional mark of the broad arrow on them—they are for the aw of the patients in the hospital—when I have given out the shirts, the wrapper is given to the charge of the sergeant of the hospital, who has to I return them.
James NELSON re-examined. The marks on this wrapper are—(reads—"On Her Majesty's service, Captain Varlo. A O, (meaning Admiralty Order) 11th of May, 1846")—the Admiralty order was on the 11th of May, and D V Y is for Deptford Victualling-yard—it came by Admiralty order, 1846.
Bramley's Defence. I went to the barracks to see a comrade on guard, to get some money of him; I was in the new barrack-ground, and Mr. Varlo detained me; I thought it was for being in this dress; I thought it was for being absent; is it not possible that that woman is telling a lie about me, when she stated to the woman that a sailor gave her the shirts? do you believe this jacket of mine would contain two flannel shirts under it?
Docra's Defence. We are indicted for stealing twenty-five shirts, and there are only twenty-three; I was going on the Sunday night to the barracks; Coglan said, "I am come to take you in charge;" I thought it was to take me to barracks; Eley was with me; he ran away, and the officer took my jacket and ripped it up; I said, "Let me go, and I will go with you;" he did, and I ran away, certainly; I deny any knowledge of Den-nison, or selling her any shirts.
Bramley— GUILTY . Aged 31.
DOCRA— GUILTY . Aged 33.
Transported for Seven Years.
ELEY— NOT GUILTY .



possibility (Fulham is in Kensington registration district)
death registration index William Featherstone Mar 1864 Kensington MDX 1a 145. He was a bricklayer on 30 March 1851.7 He was enumerated as a lodger in the Census on 30 March 1851 household of John Tuddenham farmer, William was a bricklayer aged 34 living at Eastgate, Cawston, Norfolk, EnglandG.8 He was the head of household in the census on 7 April 1861 occupation Bricklayer living at 14 Grove Road, Fulham Fields, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.9 He was a bricklayer on 7 April 1861.1 He's will was put into administration on 30 June 1864 at Principle Register Office, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.5

Family

Ann Moreton b. c 1813, d. 6 Jul 1881
Children
Last Edited20 Jun 2017
ReferenceP1266

Citations

  1. [S1861] National for England & Wales,.
  2. [S12] Marriage certificate.
  3. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use, (June 1841 Poplar MDX 1c.273) (1837-1965).
  4. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use (1837-1965).
  5. [S194] Unknown author, Probate, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations)
    William Featherstone 30 June 1864 effects under £200
    Letters of administration of the personal effects and estate of William Featherstone late of 14 Grove Road Fulham in the county of Middlesex builder deceased who died 8 February 1864 at Grove Road aforesaid were granted at the Principle Registry to Ann Featherstone of 14 Grove Road aforesaid widow the relict of the said deceased she first having been sworn.
    hand written note "administration of goods undministered passed at the principle registry November 1881."
  6. [S3] As per use, death registration index, Taken from death indexes General Register Office.
  7. [S1851] National for England & Wales,.
  8. [S1851] National for England & Wales, "1851 census HO107/1810/202/30
    Eastgate, Cawston, Norfolk
    household of John Tuddenham farmer 67 acres
    William Featherstone lodger M 34 bricklayer London."
  9. [S1861] National for England & Wales, "1861 census RG9/28/45/6
    14 Grove Road, Fulham Fields, Middlesex
    William Featherstone head Married M 45 bricklayer Westminster, Middlesex
    Ann Featherstone Wife Married F 47 Nuneaton, Warwickshire
    Fanny Featherstone dau Unmarried F 16 Kennington, Surrey
    Mary Featherstone dau Unmarried F 14 Kidderminster, Worcestershire
    Joseph Featherstone son M 12 Kidderminster, Worcestershire
    William Featherstone son M 11 Mile End, Middlesex
    Charlotte Featherstone dau Unmarried F 3 Kensington, Middlesex."

Ann Moreton

F, #5381, b. circa 1813, d. 6 July 1881
ChartsJames Featherstone lived in Cheshire cir 1771
     Ann Moreton was born circa 1813 at Nuneaton, Warwickshire, EnglandG.1,2 She was baptized on 17 October 1813 at Nuneaton, Warwickshire, EnglandG.2 She married William Featherstone, son of James Featherstone and Charlotte Gurney, on 12 April 1841 at All Saints, Poplar, London, Middlesex, EnglandG; I think this must be the marriage:
marriage registration index June 1841 Poplar MDX 1c.273 William Featherstone and Ann Moreton

COPY OF AN ENTRY OF MARRIAGE IN THE Parish register OF ALL SAINTS IN THE REGISTRATION DISTRICT OF POPLAR
1841 Marriage solemnized at All Saints church in the parish of Poplar in the County of Middlesex
No. 499 When Married.April 12
Name and Surname. William Featherstone Full age BachelorBricklayerResidence at the time of Marriage.Poplar Father James Featherstone Bricklayer
Name and Surname. Ann Moreton Full age Spinster residence Poplar father William Moreton Butcher
Married in the parish church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, by or after Banns by me, R C Vaughan
This Marriage was solemnized between us, Wm Featherstone Ann Moreton in the Presence of us, James Hood Charlotte Hood
Entry extracted by David Horwill from Parish Register deposited at the London Metropolitan Archives as part of The Guild of One-Name Studies' Marriage Challenge.3,4 William Featherstone and Ann Moreton marriage was registered in Poplar district Vol/Page 2.273 in the quarter of June 1841.5 She died on 6 July 1881 at 82 Estcourt Road, Fulham, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.6,7 She Her death was registered in the Fulham registration district in the quarter of September 1881 Vol./Page 1a.155.6
     Y. Kent Database; Y. She Administration of the Personal Estate of Ann Featherstone late of 82 Estcourt Road Fulham in the county of Middlesex widow who died 6 July 1881 at 82 Estcourt Road was granted at the Principal Registry to George William Featherstone of 2 Estcourt Road Builder the son and one of the next of kin £1,43 6s 8d. As of 12 April 1841,her married name was Featherstone.3,4 She was the head of household in the census on on 30 March 1851 living at at Georges Place, Mile End Old Town, London, Middlesex, EnglandG, occupation a.8 She was doing domestic duties on 30 March 1851.1 She wasenumerated as the Wife of William Featherstone in the Census on 7 April 1861 William Featherstone Occupation was a Bricklayer living at 14 Grove Road, Fulham Fields, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.9 Ann Featherstone was granted administration of the will of William Featherstone on 30 June 1864 at Principle Register Office, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.10 Ann Moreton was a annuitant on 2 April 1871.11 She was the head of household in the Census on 2 April 1871 Ann Featherstone Occupation was a Widow & Annuitant at 14 Grove Road, Fulham, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.12 Ann Featherstone was the head of household in the census on 3 April 1881 occupation was a no occupation given Widow living at 32 Estcourt Road, Fulham, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.13 She's will was put into administration after 6 July 1881 at Principle Register Office, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.7 Ann Moreton was aged 68 at death as of September 1881.6

Family

William Featherstone b. c 1816, d. 8 Feb 1864
Children
Last Edited26 Apr 2013
ReferenceP1267

Citations

  1. [S1851] National for England & Wales,.
  2. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America, IGI Ann Moreton Christening: 17 October 1813 Nuneaton, Warwick Father: William Moreton mother: Mary Source Information: Batch No.: C042431.
  3. [S12] Marriage certificate.
  4. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use, (June 1841 Poplar MDX 1c.273) (1837-1965).
  5. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use (1837-1965).
  6. [S3] As per use, death registration index, Collected Feb 2002
    death registration index Ann Featherstone Sep 1881 Fulham MDX 1a 155.
  7. [S110] Unknown author, Administration, Administration of the Personal Estate of Ann Featherstone late of 82 Estcourt Road Fulham in the county of Middlesex widow who died 6 July 1881 at 82 Estcourt Road was granted at the Principal Registry to George William Featherstone of 2 Estcourt Road Builder the son and one of the next of kin £1,43 6s 8d.
  8. [S1851] National for England & Wales, "1851 census HO107/1553/596/36
    Georges Place, Mile End Old Town, Middlesex
    Ann Featherstone, wife, mar, 37, Domestic duties, Warwickshire, Nuneaton
    Frank Featherstone son, un, 9, Kent, Woolwich
    George Featherstone son, un, 8, Woolwich
    Fanny Featherstone dau, 6, Midx, London
    Mary Featherstone dau, 4, Warwickshire, Kidderminster
    Joseph Featherstone son, 2, Warwickshire, Kidderminster
    William Featherstone son, 1, Middlesex, London."
  9. [S1861] National for England & Wales, "1861 census RG9/28/45/6
    14 Grove Road, Fulham Fields, Middlesex
    William Featherstone head Married M 45 bricklayer Westminster, Middlesex
    Ann Featherstone Wife Married F 47 Nuneaton, Warwickshire
    Fanny Featherstone dau Unmarried F 16 Kennington, Surrey
    Mary Featherstone dau Unmarried F 14 Kidderminster, Worcestershire
    Joseph Featherstone son M 12 Kidderminster, Worcestershire
    William Featherstone son M 11 Mile End, Middlesex
    Charlotte Featherstone dau Unmarried F 3 Kensington, Middlesex."
  10. [S194] Unknown author, Probate, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations)
    William Featherstone 30 June 1864 effects under £200
    Letters of administration of the personal effects and estate of William Featherstone late of 14 Grove Road Fulham in the county of Middlesex builder deceased who died 8 February 1864 at Grove Road aforesaid were granted at the Principle Registry to Ann Featherstone of 14 Grove Road aforesaid widow the relict of the said deceased she first having been sworn.
    hand written note "administration of goods undministered passed at the principle registry November 1881."
  11. [S1871] 2009 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation.
  12. [S1871] 2009 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1871 census RG10/69/57/15
    14 Grove Road, Fulham, Middlesex
    Ann Featherstone head W 56 annuitant Warwickshire, Nuneaton
    George Featherstone son U 28 builder Kent, Woolwich
    Fanny Featherstone dau U 26 Middlesex, Kennington
    Joseph Featherstone son U 22 builder Worcester, Kidderminster
    William Featherstone son U 21 builder Middlesex, Mile End
    Charlotte Featherstone dau 12 Middlesex, Kensington.
  13. [S1881] National for England & Wales, "1881 census RG11/0068/111/45
    82 Estcourt Road, Fulham, Middlesex
    Ann Featherstone head W 68 Warwick
    Joseph Featherstone son U 32 builder Worcester
    William Featherstone son U 31 builder London, London, Middlesex
    Fanny Featherstone dau U 35 Kennington, Surrey
    Charlotte Featherstone dau U 22 Kensington."

Francis Featherstone

M, #5382, b. 10 December 1841
Father*William Featherstone b. c 1816, d. 8 Feb 1864
Mother*Ann Moreton b. c 1813, d. 6 Jul 1881
ChartsJames Featherstone lived in Cheshire cir 1771
     Francis Featherstone was born on 10 December 1841 at Charlotte Place, Woolwich, Kent, EnglandG.1,2,3 He was the son of William Featherstone and Ann Moreton. Francis Featherstone was baptized on 16 January 1842 at Saint Mary Magdalene, Woolwich, Kent, EnglandG; son of William Featherstone and Ann.4 He His Birth was registered in the Greenwich district in the quarter of March 1842 Vol/Page at 5.251.5
     Y. Kent Database; Y. As of 1851, Francis Featherstone was also known as Frank Featherstone.2 He was enumerated as the son of Ann Featherstone in the Census on 30 March 1851 Ann Featherstone Occupation was a (an unknown value) living at Georges Place, Mile End Old Town, London, Middlesex, EnglandG. Called Frank.6
Last Edited15 Dec 2014
ReferenceP1268

Citations

  1. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry) (1837-2010).
  2. [S1851] National for England & Wales,.
  3. [S19] Unknown author, birth certificate, In the registration district of Greenwich 1842 birth in the sub district of Woolwich Dockyard in the County of Kent
    Entry no 350
    10th December 1841 in Charlotte Place, Francis, boy, father William Featherstone a bricklayer, mother Ann Featherstone formerly Morton. Registered by Wm Featherstone Father of Charlotte Place on 5th January 1842.
  4. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America.
  5. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), Taken from index by WP FEATHERSTONE birth registration index Francis Featherstone Mar 1842 Greenwich KEN 5.251 (1837-2010).
  6. [S1851] National for England & Wales, "1851 census HO107/1553/596/36
    Georges Place, Mile End Old Town, Middlesex
    Ann Featherstone, wife, mar, 37, Domestic duties, Warwickshire, Nuneaton
    Frank Featherstone son, un, 9, Kent, Woolwich
    George Featherstone son, un, 8, Woolwich
    Fanny Featherstone dau, 6, Midx, London
    Mary Featherstone dau, 4, Warwickshire, Kidderminster
    Joseph Featherstone son, 2, Warwickshire, Kidderminster
    William Featherstone son, 1, Middlesex, London."

George Featherstone

M, #5383
     Y. Kent Database; Y.

Family

Sarah Taply
Last Edited28 Apr 2013
ReferenceP1217

Sarah Taply

F, #5384
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited28 Apr 2013
ReferenceP1270

Thomas Fetherston1

M, #5385, b. 19 April 1685
Father*John Fetherston1 b. c 1660
Mother*Anne (Unknown)1 b. c 1660
     Thomas Fetherston was born before 19 April 1685 at Lenham, Kent, EnglandG.1 He was baptized on 19 April 1685 at Lenham, Kent, EnglandG.1 He was the son of John Fetherston and Anne (Unknown).1
Last Edited19 Feb 2016

Citations

  1. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "First name(s)      Thomas
    Last name      Fetherston
    Baptism year      1685
    Baptism date      19 Apr 1685
    Father's first name(s)      John
    Father's last name      -
    Mother's first name(s)      Anne
    Mother's last name      19
    Place      Lenham
    County      Kent
    Country      England
    Record source      Lenham baptisms 1558-1911."

Elizabeth Ragley

F, #5386, d. before 4 December 1744
     Elizabeth Fetherstone died before 4 December 1744 at Brenchley, Kent, EnglandG.1 She was buried on 4 December 1744 at Brenchley, Kent, EnglandG, wife of Thomas Feverstone.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y. As of 19 June 1718,her married name was Fetherstone.

Family

Thomas Featherstone
Children
Last Edited19 Feb 2016
ReferenceP1272

Citations

  1. [S1673] Microfilm Burial, Brenchley, unknown period "Elizabeth
    buried 04 December 1744 Brenchley, Kent wife of Thomas Feverstone."
  2. [S1673] Microfilm Burial, Brenchley, unknown period "1 May 1744 Brenchley, Kent son of Thomas Feverstone."

George Fetherstone

M, #5387
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited25 Jan 2014
ReferenceP1273

Jane Fetherstone

F, #5388
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited25 Jan 2014
ReferenceP1274

Richard Fetherstone

M, #5389
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP1275

Susan Greenaway

F, #5390
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP1276

Richard Fetherstone

M, #5391, b. after 1706, d. before 14 June 1762
Father*Richard Fetherstone d. b 14 Oct 1732
Mother*Anne (Unknown) d. b 8 Feb 1731
     Richard Fetherstone was born after 1706.1 He was the son of Richard Fetherstone and Anne (Unknown). Richard Fetherstone died before 14 June 1762 at Bredgar, Kent, EnglandG.2 His estate was probated on 14 June 1762 at Archdeaconry Court, Canterbury, Kent, EnglandG.3
     Y. Kent Database; Y. He left a will on 29 January 1760 at Archdeaconry Court, Canterbury, Kent, EnglandG.4

Family 1

Sarah (Unknown)
Children

Family 2

Mary (Unknown)
Child
Last Edited13 Nov 2014
ReferenceP1277

Citations

  1. [S879] W. P Featherstone, "Estimation."
  2. [S14] Unknown author, Will, will Featherstone Richard Bredgar 1763 Archdeaconry court of Canterbury 96 371 0188996
    CKS ref: PRC17/96/371
    Richard Featherstone of the Parish of Breadgar in the County of Kent..
    give and bequeath unto my sons William, John and Stephen...stable, outhouses lands and herediments 14 acres in the parishes of Stockberry? and Breadgar...wife Sarah........Stockberry? 29th? January 1760
    Richard Featherstone Kent 1762
    In the name of God Amen
    I Richard Featherstone of the parish of Breadgar in the county of Kent being mindful of mortality of human nature and that it is appointed for all men so to to die but considering the uncertainty of the time thereof do make this my last will and testament in manner and form following that is to say. I give and bequeath unto my sons William John and Stephen, whom I constitute and appoint sole executors of this my last will and testament All my messuage barn stable outhouses lands and hereditaments thereunto belonging containing by estimation fourteen acres more or less lying in the parish of Storkberry? And Breadgar aforesaid together with all my personal stock and all the husbandry tackling? Thereon to be equal alike in part of the rent stock and tackling? for the time of my wife Sarah's life and no longer yielding and paying out of the said estate unto her yearly of and every year the sum of six pounds per annum for the time of her life and my mind and will is that after the decease of my aforesaid wife Sarah all my messuage barn stable outhouses lands and hereditaments whatsoever and wheresoever lying and being at the aforesaid places of Storkberry and Breadgar shall go to the sole use and property of my aforesaid son Stephen his heirs and assigns for ever yielding and paying out of the said estate to my aforesaid son William the sum of two pounds per annum and to my aforesaid son John the like sum of two pounds per annum to be paid during their lives -------------whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty ninth day of January and in the year of Our Lord 1760 Richard Featherstone his mark Signed sealed published and declared by the said testator Richard Featherstone as and for his last will and testament in the presence of us who at his request and in his presence have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses Wm Soilow Thomas Naylor John Olive his mark Tho Sellon sen Tho Sellon jun George Sellon
    the Before registered will of Richard Featherstone deceased was proved the fourteenth day of June 1762 Before the Worshipful George Way Doctor of Laws Vicar General lawfully constituted by the oath of William John and Stephen Featherstone sons of the deceased and executors named in the said will being first sworn duly to perform the same [net?].
  3. [S14] Unknown author, Will, THE Before registered will of Richard Featherstone deceased was proved the fourteenth day of June 1762 Before the Worshipful George Way Doctor of Laws Vicar General lawfully constituted by the oath of William John and Stephen Featherstone sons of the deceased and executors named in the said will being first sworn duly to perform the same [net?].
  4. [S14] Unknown author, Will, will Featherstone Richard Bredgar 1763 Archdeaconry Court of Canterbury 96 371 0188996
    CKS ref: PRC17/96/371
    Richard Featherstone of the Parish of Breadgar in the County of Kent..
    give and bequeath unto my sons William, John and Stephen...stable, outhouses lands and herediments 14 acres in the parishes of Stockberry? and Breadgar...wife Sarah........Stockberry? 29th? January 1760

    Richard Featherstone Kent 1762
    In the name of God Amen
    I Richard Featherstone of the parish of Breadgar in the county of Kent being mindful of mortality of human nature and that it is appointed for all men so to to die but considering the uncertainty of the time thereof do make this my last will and testament in manner and form following that is to say. I give and bequeath unto my sons William John and Stephen, whom I constitute and appoint sole executors of this my last will and testament All my messuage barn stable outhouses lands and hereditaments thereunto belonging containing by estimation fourteen acres more or less lying in the parish of Storkberry? And Breadgar aforesaid together with all my personal stock and all the husbandry tackling? Thereon to be equal alike in part of the rent stock and tackling? For the time of my wife Sarah's life and no longer yielding and paying out of the said estate unto her yearly of and every year the sum of six pounds per annum for the time of her life and my mind and will is that after the decease of my aforesaid wife Sarah all my messuage barn stable outhouses lands and hereditaments whatsoever and wheresoever lying and being at the aforesaid places of Storkberry and Breadgar shall go to the sole use and property of my aforesaid son Stephen his heirs and assigns for ever yielding and paying out of the said estate to my aforesaid son William the sum of two pounds per annum and to my aforesaid son John the like sum of two pounds per annum to be paid during their lives -------------whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty ninth day of January and in the year of Our Lord 1760 Richard Featherstone his mark Signed sealed published and declared by the said testator Richard Featherstone as and for his last will and testament in the presence of us who at his request and in his presence have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses Wm Soilow Thomas Naylor John Olive his mark Tho Sellon sen Tho Sellon jun George Sellon

    THE Before registered will of Richard Featherstone deceased was proved the fourteenth day of June 1762 Before the Worshipful George Way Doctor of Laws Vicar General lawfully constituted by the oath of William John and Stephen Featherstone sons of the deceased and executors named in the said will being first sworn duly to perform the same [net?].
  5. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Parish Record Collection - Baptism Record-Transcript
    Baptism Day: 5
    Baptism Month: Oct
    Baptism Year: 1734
    Forename(s): Wm.
    Surname: Fetherstone
    Relationship: Son of
    Father's Forename: Richard
    Mother's Forename: Sarah
    Place: Bredgar
    County: Kent
    Record Source: Bredgar baptisms 1540-1911
    Kent FHS Ref: 1555
    Record source: Kent Baptisms
    Data provider: Kent Family History Society."
  6. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Christening: 30 August 1732, St George, Benenden, Kent son of Richard Fetherston and Mary7"

John C Hibbs1

M, #5392
Last Edited28 Oct 2014

Citations

  1. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use, England & Wales marriages 1837-2008 Transcription
    First name(s)      GWENDOLINE M
    Last name      FEATHERSTONE
    Marriage quarter      4
    Marriage year      1961
    Registration month      -
    MarriageFinder™      GWENDOLINE M FEATHERSTONE married
    JOHN C HIBBS
    Spouse's last name      HIBBS
    District      LEWISHAM
    District number      -
    County      London
    Country      England
    Volume      5D
    Page      150 (1837-1965).

George Fetherstone

M, #5393, b. circa 1729
Father*Richard Fetherstone b. a 1706, d. b 14 Jun 1762
Mother*Sarah (Unknown)
     George Fetherstone was born circa 1729. He is the son of Richard Fetherstone and Sarah (Unknown). George Fetherstone was christened on 17 November 1729 at Doddington, Kent, EnglandG; son of Richard Fetherstone and Sarah.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited25 Aug 2013
ReferenceP1279

Citations

  1. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America.

Lydia Edmeads

F, #5394, b. circa 1801
     Lydia Edmeads was born circa 1801 at Hartlip, Kent, EnglandG.1 She married Ephraim Richard Featherstone, son of John Featherstone and Elizabeth Chapman, circa 1822.2 Lydia Edmeads Her death was registered in the Sheppy registration district in the quarter of March 1876 Vol./Page 2a.527.3
     Y. Kent Database; Y. She HARTLIP
IS the next parish south-eastward from Rainham. It is not so unhealthy a situation as Rainham, lying further from the marshes, the noxious vapours of which are intercepted, in some measure, by the intervening hills, it contains about one thousand and forty acres of land, besides one hundred and sixteen acres of wood. The London road runs along the northern side of it, where the soil is very gravelly, whence the ground rises up to the village, which is situated, as well as the church, on the west side of it, on high ground, surrounded by frequent orchards of apple and cherry trees, which renders the view of it from the London road very pleasing, though several of these plantations being worn out and decayed, have been grubbed up. Notwithstanding the gravelly soil still continues, there is some fertile land, the hedge-rows of which, and throughout this and the other parts of the parish before-mentioned, being filled with rows of tall spiring elms; above the village the soil becomes chalky, extending over a poor and barren country, very hilly and much covered with flints, having a great quantity of coppice woods, interspersed over it. In this part of the parish is a long tract of waste ground, called Queen-down, which was for many years a noted warren for rabbits, but it has been disused for some time past. In the north-east part of the parish, about half a mile from the London road, there is a good old mansion, situated in the midst of fruit grounds, called Paradise, having a large farm belonging to it. In queen Elizabeth's time it was the property of Rowland Searle, gent afterwards it came into the name of Pitt; the widow of admiral Temple West was lately possessed of it.

From: 'Parishes: Hartlip', The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent: Volume 6 (1798), pp. 15-24. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=62943 Date accessed: 24 February 2009.

1861 census RG9/530/152/24
73 Hope Street, Sheerness, Minster, Kent
Lydia Featherstone head W 60 Greengrocer Hartlip, Kent
John Featherstone son U 35 Smiths Hammerman Sheerness, Kent
Richard Featherstone son U 32 Labourer H M D F Sheerness, Kent
Harriet Featherstone daughter U 18 Dressmaker Sheerness, Kent

1871 census RG10/986/10
86 Hope Street, Sheerness, Minster, Kent (two properties on from "The British Queen")
Lydia Featherstone head W 71 fruiterer Kent, Hartlip
Richard Featherstone son U 43 leading man of labourers Kent, Sheerness
Harriet Featherstone dau U 26 Kent, Sheerness
Lydia E Cook niece 6 scholar Kent, Sheerness

death registration index Lydia Featherstone Mar 1876 Sheppey KEN 2a 527 age 75. As of 1822,her married name was Featherstone. She was enumerated in the household of Ephraim Richard Featherstone in the Census on 6 June 1841 Ephraim Richard Featherstone Occupation was Labourer living at Minster in Sheppey, Kent, EnglandG.4 Lydia Featherstone wasenumerated as the Wife of Ephraim Richard Featherstone in the Census on 30 March 1851 Ephraim Richard Featherstone Occupation was a watchman living at Hope Street, Sheerness, Kent, EnglandG.5 Lydia Edmeads was a greengrocer on 7 April 1861.6 She lived on 7 April 1861 at 73 Hope Street, Sheerness, Minster in Sheppey, Kent, EnglandG.6 She lived on 2 April 1871 at 86 Hope Street, Sheerness, Minster, Kent, EnglandG.1 She was a fruiterer on 2 April 1871.1 Lydia Edmeads was aged 75 at death as of March 1876.3

Family

Ephraim Richard Featherstone b. b 8 Jan 1788, d. 14 Feb 1854
Children
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP1280

Citations

  1. [S1871] 2009 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation.
  2. [S879] W. P Featherstone, "Estimation."
  3. [S3] As per use, death registration index, collect Feb 2002.
  4. [S1841] Census filmed for England & Wales, "1841 census HO107/474/14/38/19
    Minster in Sheppey
    Ephraim Featherstone 52 lab y
    Lydia Featherstone 40 y
    John Featherstone 15 y
    Richd Featherstone 13 y
    Edw Featherstone 8 y
    Charlotte Featherstone 10mo y."
  5. [S1851] National for England & Wales, "1851 census HO107/1628/132
    48. Hope Street, Sheerness, Parish of Minster, Kent
    Ephraim Featherstone head M 63 watchman Kent, Minster in Sheppey
    Lydia Featherstone wife M 52 Kent, Minster in Sheppey
    John Featherstone son U 26 labourer d yard Kent, Minster in Sheppey
    Richard Featherstone son U 23 labourer d yard Kent, Minster in Sheppey
    Edward Featherstone son U 18 general labourer Kent, Minster in Sheppey
    Charlotte Featherstone dau 11 Kent, Minster in Sheppey
    Harriet Featherstone dau 7 Kent, Minster in Sheppey."
  6. [S1861] National for England & Wales,.

David Featherstone1

M, #5395, b. circa 1834, d. June 1863
Father*Jesse Featherstone b. c 1791, d. 16 May 1848
Mother*Elizabeth Ann Wilkins b. c 1801, d. 15 May 1848
     David Featherstone was born circa 1834 at Hollingbourne, Kent, EnglandG.1 He was the son of Jesse Featherstone and Elizabeth Ann Wilkins. David Featherstone was baptized on 4 September 1834 at All Saints, Hollingbourne, Kent, EnglandG; son of Jesse and Elizabeth Featherstone.1,2 David Featherstone and Catherine Thomson Jeffreys marriage was registered in Medway district Vol/Page 2a.515 in the quarter of September 1861.3 David Featherstone married Catherine Thomson Jeffreys on 1 September 1861 at St Paul, Chatham, Kent, EnglandG; IGI David Featherstone spouse Catherine Thomson Jeffreys Marriage 1 September 1861 Saint Paul, Chatham, Kent Batch number M130972

1861 marriage solemnized in the Parish of St. Pauls Chatham in the County of Kent
September 1 David Feathersone, 26, Bachelor, gardener, residence Chatham, father Jesse Featherstone (deceased) labourer.
Catherine Thompson Jefferys, 25, Spinster, residence Chatham, father Thomas Jefferys (deceased) clerk.
David made his mark, Catherine signed her name Witnesses. Jesse Featherstone, Clariss ? Hyland her mark

marriage registration index Sep 1861 Medway KEN 2a.515.4,3 David Featherstone His death was registered in the Medway registration district in the quarter of June 1863 Vol./Page 2a.242.5
     Y. He 1851 census HO107/1618/17/185
East Street, Bell Farm, Harrietsham, Kent
John Fuller head M 70 farmer 100 acres employing 4 ag labs Kent, Lenham
Susan Fuller wife M 62 Kent, Egerton
Isabella Boorman dau in law U 26 servant Kent, Harrietsham
Thomas M Boorman grandson 9m Kent, Harrietsham
John Bolton serv U 35 waggoner ag lab Kent, Lenham
David Featherstone serv U 17 waggoner's mate ag lab Kent, Hollingbourne
Thomas Glover serv U 20 baliff ag lab Kent, Hollingbourne

1861 census RG9/479/57/22
Church Path, Gillingham, Kent
James King head Married M 42 Servant Rotherhithe, Surrey
Eliza King Wife Married F 42 Chatham, Kent
Eliza King dau F 12 scholar Greenwich, Kent
Isabella King dau F 9 scholar Woolwich, Kent
James King son M 7 scholar Charlton, Kent
David Featherstone Lodger Unmarried M 26 agricultural labourer Hollingbourne, Kent
Joshua Featherstone Lodger Unmarried M 24 agricultural labourer Hollingbourne,Kent

I have just found a gg grandaunt of mine Catherine Thompson Jefferys married a David Featherstone at St. Pauls Chatham on the 1/9/1861 any connection.

Hi Paul, thank you for your reply, since I last e-mail you I have found some more info. David Featherstone was only a member of my family a few short years he left with at least 2 cousins James Oswald b 1861 and David Jefferys b 1864. He must have died some time after that as in 1867 Catherine remarried.

In the 1881 census the boys are listed under the name of Hoathrestone ??? how that for transcription. Judy Barham [mailto:JUDY.B@xtra.co.nz] 30 May 2002.
Kent Database; Y. He lived on 30 March 1851 at East Street, Bell Farm, Harrietsham, Kent, EnglandG.6 He was a waggoner's mate ag lab on 30 March 1851.6 He lived in 1861 at Chatham, Kent, EnglandG.7 He lived on 7 April 1861 at Church Path, Gillingham, Kent, EnglandG, in household of James King.8 He was a agricultural labourer on 7 April 1861.8 He was a gardener on 7 April 1861.2

Family

Catherine Thomson Jeffreys b. c 1836, d. Dec 1920
Children
Last Edited13 Nov 2014
ReferenceP1281

Citations

  1. [S36] Ernie Davis, "Ernie Davis," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.
  2. [S5] At church, parish registers.
  3. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use (1837-1965).
  4. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America.
  5. [S3] As per use, death registration index, Taken from death indexes General Register Office.
  6. [S1851] National for England & Wales,.
  7. [S12] Marriage certificate.
  8. [S1861] National for England & Wales,.

Elsie Edith Wiltshire1

F, #5396
Father*Jesse Wiltshire b. 12 Jan 1878
Mother*Florence Mary Featherstone
     Elsie Edith Wiltshire is the daughter of Jesse Wiltshire and Florence Mary Featherstone.
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP1282

Citations

  1. [S36] Ernie Davis, "Ernie Davis," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.

Thomas Featherstone1

M, #5397, b. circa 1819, d. between 1881 and 1891
Father*Jesse Featherstone b. c 1791, d. 16 May 1848
Mother*Elizabeth Ann Wilkins b. c 1801, d. 15 May 1848
     Thomas Featherstone was born circa 1819 at Hollingbourne, Kent, EnglandG.1,2 He was the son of Jesse Featherstone and Elizabeth Ann Wilkins. Thomas Featherstone was baptized on 17 January 1819 at All Saints, Hollingbourne, Kent, EnglandG; son of Jesse and Elizabeth Featherstone.1,3 He died between 1881 and 1891.
     Y. Kent Database; Y. He was the head of household in the Census on 2 April 1871 Thomas Featherstone Occupation was a labourer to bricklayer living at 33 Hunts Alley, Milton, Kent, EnglandG.4 He was a labourer to bricklayer on 2 April 1871.2 He was a bricklayer's labourer on 3 April 1881.5 Thomas Featherstone was the head of household in the census on 3 April 1881 occupation was a bricklayers labourer living at Ellens Place, Newington in Milton, Kent, EnglandG.6
Last Edited11 May 2017
ReferenceP1232

Citations

  1. [S36] Ernie Davis, "Ernie Davis," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.
  2. [S1871] 2009 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation.
  3. [S5] At church, parish registers.
  4. [S1871] 2009 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1871 census RG10/982/6
    33 Hunts Alley, Milton, Kent
    Thomas Featherstone head M 52 labourer to bricklayer Kent, Hollingbourne
    Ann Featherstone wife M 30 charwoman Kent, Iwade
    Joseph Parker son 7 scholar Kent, Milton
    Henry Featherstone son 1 Kent, Milton.
  5. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.
  6. [S1881] National for England & Wales, "1881 census RG11/0974/43/10
    Ellens Place, Newington In Milton, Kent
    Thomas Featherstone head M 40 bricklayers labourer Hollingbourne, Kent
    Ann Featherstone wife M 30 Iwade, Kent
    Jesse Featherstone son 11 scholar Milton, Kent
    James Featherstone son 4 scholar Milton, Kent
    John Featherstone son 7 scholar Milton, Kent
    William Featherstone son 3 Milton, Kent."
  7. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Parish Record Collection - Baptism Record
    Baptism Day: 28
    Baptism Month: Jan
    Baptism Year: 1872
    Forename(s): Charles Henry
    Surname: Featherstone
    Relationship: Son of
    Father's Forename: Thomas
    Mother's Forename: Ann
    Abode: Milton
    Parents's Occupation: Labourer
    Place: Milton (Sittingbourne)
    County: Kent
    Record Source: Milton baptisms 1782-1885
    Kent FHS Ref: 2111
    Record source: Kent Baptisms
    Data provider: Kent Family History Society."
  8. [S1626] Baptism Transcript Transcript, Holy Trinity, Milton Regis, unknown period "Parish Record Collection - Baptism Record-Transcript
    Baptism Day: 22
    Baptism Month: Feb
    Baptism Year: 1874
    Forename(s): Thomas John
    Surname: Featherstone
    Relationship: Son of
    Father's Forename: Thomas
    Mother's Forename: Ann
    Abode: Milton
    Parents's Occupation: Bricklayer'S Labourer
    Place: Milton (Sittingbourne)
    County: Kent
    Record Source: Milton baptisms 1782-1885
    Kent FHS Ref: 2234
    Record source: Kent Baptisms
    Data provider: Kent Family History Society."
  9. [S1640] Baptism Transcript, Holy Trinity, Milton cum Sittingbourne, unknown period "Parish Record Collection - Baptism Record-Transcript
    Baptism Day:      28
    Baptism Month:      Apr
    Baptism Year:      1878
    Forename(s):      William
    Surname:      Featherstone
    Relationship:      Son of
    Father's Forename:      Thomas
    Mother's Forename:      Ann
    Abode:      Milton
    Parents's Occupation:      Labourer
    Dedication: Holy Trinity     
    Place:      Milton (Sittingbourne)
    County:      Kent
    Record Source:      Milton baptisms 1782-1885
    Kent FHS Ref:      2519
    Record source:      Kent Baptisms
    Data provider:      Kent Family History Society."
  10. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), birth registration index Fred Featherstone Sep 1882 Milton KEN 2a 867
    mother's maiden surname Barnes (1837-2010).

Jesse Featherstone1,2

M, #5398, b. circa 1821, d. 12 September 1822
Father*Jesse Featherstone2 b. c 1791, d. 16 May 1848
Mother*Elizabeth Ann Wilkins2 b. c 1801, d. 15 May 1848
     Jesse Featherstone was born circa 1821 at Hollingbourne, Kent, EnglandG.1 He was the son of Jesse Featherstone and Elizabeth Ann Wilkins.2 Jesse Featherstone was baptized on 19 December 1821 at All Saints, Hollingbourne, Kent, EnglandG; son of Jesse and Elizabeth Featherstone.1,2 He died on 12 September 1822 at Hollingbourne, Kent, EnglandG.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited18 Sep 2013
ReferenceP8002

Citations

  1. [S36] Ernie Davis, "Ernie Davis," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.
  2. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "unknown cd."

Sarah Ann Featherstone1

F, #5399, b. 22 July 1823
Father*Jesse Featherstone b. c 1791, d. 16 May 1848
Mother*Elizabeth Ann Wilkins b. c 1801, d. 15 May 1848
     Sarah Ann Featherstone was born circa 1823 at Hollingbourne, Kent, EnglandG.1 She was baptized on 22 July 1823 at All Saints, Hollingbourne, Kent, EnglandG; daughter of Jesse and Elizabeth Featherstone.1,2 She is the daughter of Jesse Featherstone and Elizabeth Ann Wilkins.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.

Family 2

James Broad
Children
Last Edited20 Jun 2017
ReferenceP1221

Citations

  1. [S36] Ernie Davis, "Ernie Davis," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.
  2. [S5] At church, parish registers.

William Cheesman1

M, #5400, b. circa 1820, d. 1852
     William Cheesman was born circa 1820 at Kent, EnglandG.1 He died in 1852 at Hollingbourne, Kent, EnglandG.2
     Y. Kent Database; Y. He 1841 census HO107/456/16/7
Bushes, Brenchley, Kent
Thos Cheesman M 50 farmer y
Ann Cheesman F 40 y
Willm Cheesman M 15 y
Emily Cheesman F 7 y
Moses Luck M 15 M.S. y
Sarah Stephens F 20 F.S. y

two households on from the family of Thos Featherstone farmer at Yew Tree Green

death registration index William Cheesman Sep 1852 Hollingbourne KEN 2a 262 and 2a 264 - which one is right?
Last Edited25 Aug 2015
ReferenceP1223

Citations

  1. [S36] Ernie Davis, "Ernie Davis," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.
  2. [S3] As per use, death registration index.