Sarah Featherstone1

F, #6571, b. circa 1773, d. before 1835
Father*Robert Fetherstone b. c 1750, d. 8 Dec 1835
Mother*Mary Austin b. c 1747, d. 1823
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     Sarah Featherstone was born circa 1773 at Hastingleigh, Kent, EnglandG. She was the daughter of Robert Fetherstone and Mary Austin. Sarah Featherstone was baptized on 25 July 1773 at Hastingleigh, Kent, EnglandG.2 She died before 1835.1
     She Hastingleigh Parish Register 25 July 1773 Elizabeth Feverton daughter of Robert & Mary Feverton

8 October 2008 from Liz Porter liz.porter@lineone.net
I have the answer. It is in the will Sarah, the wife of John Marshall. Sarah Featherson Bass was the daughter of Bromley Bass and Sarah Marshall. Sarah Marshall, therefore, would be Sarah Featherson’s daughter and Robert’s granddaughter. The only thing I need to sort out now is Sarah’s marriages as I have a felling that John Marshall was not Sarah’s first husband and Sarah was not John’s first wife.
There is the marriage John Marshall of Barham butcher bach (22) & Sarah Cooper of the s wid. 27 May 1803.
Then there is the marriage of John Cooper of Barham butcher wid & Sarah Hart of Stanford wid, at S. 16 May 1800.
On the Barham site.
Did Sarah marry 3 times?
Oh if only I had time to go to Kent and investigate.
It would also be handy if I could find Sarah’s baptism record.
Sarah Marshall was baptised in 1804 in Barham.
Hope this makes sense to you.
Thanks Liz.
Kent Database; Y. Y. Her married name was Hart. As of 16 May 1800,her married name was Cooper. As of 27 May 1803,her married name was Marshall.

Family 1

(Unknown) Hart

Family 2

John Cooper
Last Edited25 Mar 2017
ReferenceP2454

Citations

  1. [S26] Unknown author, Will of Robert Featherstone of Barham.
  2. [S5] At church, parish registers.

Jane Alice Deag

F, #6572, b. circa 1870
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     Jane Alice Deag was born circa 1870 at Bedford, Bedfordshire, EnglandG.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.

Family

Samuel Fetherstone b. 1838, d. Dec 1907
Child
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2455

Citations

  1. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation.

Catherine Featherstone

F, #6573, b. December 1864
Father*Joseph Featherstone b. 15 Mar 1839
Mother*Catherine Perry b. c 1840, d. Dec 1924
ChartsJoseph Featherstone cir 1766 m. Devonshire
     Catherine Featherstone was born in 1864 at Leamington, Warwickshire, EnglandG.1,2,3 She Her Birth was registered in the Warwick district in the quarter of December 1864 Vol/Page at 6d.475.4 She was the daughter of Joseph Featherstone and Catherine Perry. Catherine Featherstone was baptized on 13 August 1865 at Aspley Guise, Bedfordshire, EnglandG; daughter of Joseph and Catherine Featherstone.5 Catherine Featherstone and Harry Jeffrey marriage was registered in Warwick district Vol/Page 6d.972 in the quarter of June 1893.6,7,8
     Kent Database; Y. Y. Catherine Featherstone was enumerated as the daughter of Joseph Featherstone in the Census on 2 April 1871 Joseph Featherstone Occupation was a Groom living at Up Bedford Street Cottage Back, Leamington, Leamington Priors, Warwickshire, EnglandG.9 Catherine Featherstone wasenumerated as the Daughter of Joseph Featherstone in the Census on 3 April 1881 Joseph Featherstone Occupation was a Gardener living at 53 St Georges Road, Leamington Priors, Warwickshire, EnglandG.10 As of 1891, Catherine Featherstone also went by the name of Kate Featherstone.11 She was a general servant domestic on 5 April 1891.12 She was enumerated as the daughter of Joseph Featherstone in the Census on 5 April 1891 Joseph Featherstone Occupation was a Gardener living at 2, St Johns Road, Leamington Priors, Leamington, Bedfordshire, EnglandG.11 As of June 1893,her married name was Jeffrey.6,7,8

Family

Harry Jeffrey b. c 1865
Last Edited2 Aug 2017
ReferenceP2456

Citations

  1. [S1871] 2009 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation.
  2. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry) (1837-2010).
  3. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America, IGI Catherine Featherstone Christening: 13 Aug 1865 Aspley Guise, Bedford Father: Joseph Featherstone Mother: Catherine Source Information: Batch No.: C062011.
  4. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), Taken from GRO Indexs Births (1837-2010).
  5. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America.
  6. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use, collected sep 2000 (1837-1965).
  7. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use, Marriages Jun 1893 (>99%)
    Cashmore      Kate Warwick 6d 972
    Clark George Warwick 6d 972
    FEATHERSTONE Catherine Warwick 6d     972
    Jeffery Harry       Warwick      6d 972 (1837-1965).
  8. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1901 Census
    RG number:RG13      Piece: 2932. Folio:39      Page:24
    Registration District: Warwick      Sub District: Leamington
    EnumerationDistrict: 11. Ecclesiastical Parish:Leamington Priors St Paul
    Civil Parish: Leamington Priors
    Address: 2, Leicester Street, Leamington Priors, Leamington, Warwickshire
    JEFFREY, Harry Head Married M 36 1865 Furniture Packer Warwick Warwickshire
    JEFFREY, Catherine Wife Married F 36 1865 Leamington Warwickshire
    JEFFREY, Beatrice Daughter F 9 1892 Leamington Warwickshire
    JEFFREY, Fanny Daughter F 7 1894 Leamington Warwickshire
    JEFFREY, Robert Son M 5 1896 Leamington Warwickshire
    JEFFREY, Minnie Daughter F 4 1897 Leamington Warwickshire
    JEFFREY, Walter Son M 2 1899 Leamington Warwickshire.
  9. [S1871] 2009 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1871 Census
    RG number: RG10      Piece: 3194. Folio:127. Page:27
    Registration District: Warwick      Sub District: Leamington
    EnumerationDistrict: 11
    Civil Parish: Leamington
    Address:
    Up Bedford Street Cottage Back, Leamington, Leamington Priors, Warwickshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Joseph Head M 32 1839 Groom Woburn, Bedfordshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Catherine Wife F 31 1840 Laundress Apley Guise Bedfordshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Catherine Daughter F 6 1865 Scholar Leamington Warwickshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Charles J Son M 4 1867 Scholar Appley Guise Bedfordshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Mary Mother F 73 1798 Harrow on Hill Middlesex.
  10. [S1881] National for England & Wales, "1881 Census
    RG number: RG11      Piece: 3091. Folio:73      Page:23      
    Registration District: Warwick      Sub District: Leamington
    Civil Parish: Leamington Priors
    Address: 53, St Georges Rd, Leamington Priors Warwickshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Joseph Head Married M 42 1839 Gardener Woburn Bedfordshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Catherine Wife Married F 41 1840 Laundress Woburn Bedfordshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Catherine Daughtr Single F 16 1865 No Occupation Leamington Warwickshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Charles Joseph Son Single M 14 1867 Asply Guise Bedfordshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Henry Son Single M 9 1872 Scholar Leamington Warwickshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Florence Emely Daughtr Single F 1 1880 Leamington Warwickshire."
  11. [S1891] National for England & Wales, "1891 census
    RG number:RG12      Piece:2470. Folio:25      Page:43
    Registration District: Warwick      Sub District: Leamington
    EnumerationDistrict: 1./ Ecclesiastical Parish: St Johns
    Civil Parish: Leamington Priors. Municipal Borough:Leamington
    Address: 2, St Johns Road, Leamington Priors, Leamington Warwickshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Joseph Head Married M 52 1839 Gardener Woburn Bedfordshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Catherine Wife Married F 51 1840 Laundress Ironer Woburn Bedfordshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Kate Daughter Single F 26 1865 General Servant Domestic Leamington Warwickshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Harry Son Single M 19 1872 Farm Labourer Leamington Warwickshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Florence E Daughter F 11 1880 Scholar Leamington Warwickshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Ernest W Son M 5 1886 Scholar Leamington Warwickshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Frances E Daughter F 1 1890 Leamington Warwickshire."
  12. [S1891] National for England & Wales,.

Martha Featherstone1

F, #6574, b. after 1751
Father*Anthony Fetherstone b. c 1719, d. 1806
Mother*Ann West
     Martha Featherstone was born after 1751.2 She was the daughter of Anthony Fetherstone and Ann West.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2457

Citations

  1. [S194] Unknown author, Probate.
  2. [S879] W. P Featherstone, "Estimation."

Sarah Jane Featherstone

F, #6575, b. December 1837
Father*Joseph Featherstone
Mother*Sarah Ann Callow1 b. c 1819, d. Jun 1898
     Sarah Jane Featherstone Her Birth was registered in the Canterbury district in the quarter of December 1837 Vol/Page at 5.50.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Featherstone and Sarah Ann Callow.1 Sarah Jane Withycombe married William Powell circa September 1873 at Axbridge, Somertsetshire, EnglandG.2
     Y. Kent Database; Y. As of 25 January 1858,her married name was Withycombe.3 Sarah Jane Withycombe was the head of household in the Census on 2 April 1871 Sarah Jane Withycombe Occupation was a dress maker, widow living at 150 St John Street, Bridgwater, Somertsetshire, EnglandG.4 As of circa September 1873,her married name was Powell.2 She wasenumerated as the Wife of William Powell in the Census on 3 April 1881 William Powell Occupation was a boiler maker living at 109 Alford Road, Clapham, London, Surrey, EnglandG.5

Family 1

Robert Withycombe
Children

Family 2

William Powell b. c 1843
Last Edited26 May 2017
ReferenceP2458

Citations

  1. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), FEATHERSTONE, SARAH JANE      CALLOW      
    GRO Reference: 1837 D Quarter in CANTERBURY IN THE CITY AND COUNTY OF THE CITY OF C Volume 05 Page 50 (1837-2010).
  2. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use, marriage registration index Sep 1873 Axbridge SOM 5c 898
    William Powell and Sarah Jane Withycombe (1837-1965).
  3. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America, marriage Sarah Jane Featherstone age 20 25 Jan 1858 St. John, Bridgewater, Somerset father Joseph Featherstone spouse Robert Withycombe father Robert Withycombe FHL Film Number: 1526376
    Reference ID: 208
    England, Marriages, 1538–1973. Salt Lake City, Utah: FamilySearch, 2013.
  4. [S1871] 2009 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1871 census RG10/2388/10/11
    150 St John Street, Bridgwater, Somerset
    Sarah J Withycombe head W 31 dress maker Kent, Canterbury
    Frederick Withycombe son U 12 scholar Somerset, Bridgwater
    Lilla A Withycombe dau U 10 scholar Somerset, Bridgwater
    Robert J Withycombe son U 6 scholar Somerset, Bridgwater
    Willim Powell lodger M 37 boiler maker Monmouth, Cardiff.
  5. [S1881] National for England & Wales, "1881 census RG11/633/125/33
    109 Alford Road, Clapham, London
    Wm Powell head M 38 boiler maker Wale, Cornwall
    Sarah Powell wife M 43 Kent, Canterbury
    Lilly Withycombe dau U 20 dress maker Somerset, Bridgwater."
  6. [S194] Unknown author, Probate, Probate 1940
    Frederick Henry Withycombe of 111 Queens Road Southend-on-Sea Essex died 27 January 1940 at Southend General Hospital Southend-on-Sea Administration (with Will) London 20 March to Lilly Ann Withycombe spinster. Effects £1673 3s 3d.
  7. [S1958] Baptism Transcript, Bridgwater, unknown period "Lulu Ann Withycombe baptised 9 September 1860 Bridgwater, Somerset daughter of Robert and Sarah Jane Withycombe."
  8. [S1958] Baptism Transcript, Bridgwater, unknown period "Robert James Withycombe baptised 25 September 1864 Bridgwater, Somerset son of Robert and Sarah Jane Withycombe."

Sarah Fetherstone

F, #6576, b. circa 1808, d. circa June 1850
Father*Thomas Featherstone b. c 1775, d. 1832
Mother*Sarah Cleveland b. c 1782, d. 9 Dec 1841
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     Sarah Fetherstone was born circa 1808 at Elham, Kent, EnglandG.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Featherstone and Sarah Cleveland. Sarah Fetherstone was baptized on 25 September 1808 at Elham, Kent, EnglandG; daughter of Thomas Featherstone and Sarah.2 She married Valentine Ellen on 15 June 1828 at Elham, Kent, EnglandG; otp.3 Sarah Fetherstone died circa June 1850 at Elham, Kent, EnglandG.4
     She Elham parish register Sarah Featherstone daughter ot Thomas and Sarah baptised September 25, 1808

I believe Sarah had an illegitimate child before she married Valentine
Elham Parish records 1827 December 17 H ??? s/o Sarah Fetherstone.
Kent Database; Y. Y. As of 1808, Sarah Fetherstone was also known as Sarah Featherstone.2 She lived in 1827 at Elham, Kent, EnglandG.5 As of 15 June 1828,her married name was Ellen.3

Family 1

Child
Last Edited13 Nov 2014
ReferenceP920

Citations

  1. [S1841] Census filmed for England & Wales,.
  2. [S5] At church, parish registers, Elham parish register Sarah Featherstone daughter ot Thomas and Sarah baptised September 25, 1808.
  3. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use (1837-1965).
  4. [S3] As per use, death registration index, death registration index Sarah Ellen Jun 1850 Elham KEN 5 106.
  5. [S5] At church, parish registers.

H Fetherstone

F, #6577, b. circa 1827
Mother*Sarah Fetherstone b. c 1808, d. c Jun 1850
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     H Fetherstone was born circa 1827 at Elham, Kent, EnglandG. She is the daughter of Sarah Fetherstone. H Fetherstone was christened on 17 December 1827 at Elham, Kent, EnglandG; son of Sarah Fetherstone Elham.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited2 Nov 2013
ReferenceP2460

Citations

  1. [S5] At church, parish registers.

Charlotte Elizabeth Butcher

F, #6578, b. circa 1852, d. June 1929
Father*Robert Butcher1
     Charlotte Elizabeth Butcher was born circa 1852 at Winchester Street, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.2,3 She was the daughter of Robert Butcher.1 Edward Featherstone and Charlotte Elizabeth Butcher marriage was registered in Holborn district Vol/Page 1b.1081 in the quarter of December 1872.4 She married Edward Featherstone, son of Joseph Benson Featherstone and Ann Eliza Groves, on 1 December 1872 at St Silas Church, Penton Street, Holborn, London, Middlesex, EnglandG; Marriage Certificate details: Date: 1st December 1872 at St Silas Church, Penton Street, Holborn. Edward Featherstone age 21, Batchelor, Employment given as a Carman. Address: 41 Liverpool Road, (presume Holborn). Father: Joseph Featherstone - Cabinetmaker. Charlotte Elizabeth Butcher age 20, Spinster, same address given. Father: Robert Butcher, Bankers Clerk.
Witnesses: Frederick Butcher, Ann Elizabeth Butcher and William Huse. Joseph Wilkinson, Vicar. (I assume Frederick Butcher to be Charlotte's brother.)

from Clifford Wallington.1 Charlotte Elizabeth Butcher Her death was registered in the Islington registration district in the quarter of June 1929 Vol./Page 1b.268 aged 77.5
     Kent Database; Y. Y. As of 1 December 1872,her married name was Featherstone.1 She lived in 1891 at 23 Victoria Street, Islington, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.6 She was a charwoman on 5 April 1891.6 She was enumerated as the sister of Robert Butcher in the Census on 5 April 1891 Robert Butcher Occupation was Housekeeper living at 23 Victoria Street, Islington, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.7 Charlotte Elizabeth Butcher lived in 1901 at 46 Wellington Road, Islington, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.8 She was a charwoman on 31 March 1901.8 Charlotte Elizabeth Butcher was the head of household in the census on on 31 March 1901 at 46 Wellington Road, Islington, London, Middlesex, EnglandG, occupation was a charwoman worker.2

Family

Edward Featherstone b. Mar 1853, d. Jun 1885
Children
Last Edited16 May 2017
ReferenceP2461

Citations

  1. [S12] Marriage certificate: Marriage Certificate details: Date: 1st December 1872 at St Silas Church, Penton Street, Holborn. Edward Featherstone age 21, Batchelor, Employment given as a Carman. Address: 41 Liverpool Road, (presume Holborn). Father: Joseph Featherstone - Cabinetmaker. Charlotte Elizabeth Butcher age 20, Spinster, same address given. Father: Robert Butcher, Bankers Clerk.
    Witnesses: Frederick Butcher, Ann Elizabeth Butcher and William Huse. Joseph Wilkinson, Vicar. (I assume Frederick Butcher to be Charlotte's brother.)

    from Clifford Wallington|.
  2. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1901 census RG13/175/14/19
    46 Wellington Road, Islington, London
    Charlotte E Featherstone head W 49 charwoman worker London, Winchester St E
    Alice Featherstone dau U 21 errand girl worker London Poultney St E
    Rose Featherstone dau U 19 jet worker worker London Poultney St E
    Lily Featherstone dau U 16 chocolate packer cocoa worker London
    Clara M Emerson visitor 8 London, Islington.
  3. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), birth registration index Charlotte Elizabeth Butcher Mar 1852 Islington MDX 1b 166 (1837-2010).
  4. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use (1837-1965).
  5. [S3] As per use, death registration index, death registration index Charlotte E Featherstone Jun 1929 Islington LDN 1b 268 age 77.
  6. [S1891] National for England & Wales,.
  7. [S1891] National for England & Wales, "1891 census RG12/155/94/21
    23 Victoria Street, Islington, London
    Robert Butcher head S 49 housekeeper London, St Pancras
    Marsh? Butcher sister S 29 china worker London, Islington
    Charlotte Featherstone sister WID 39 charwoman London, Islington
    Amelia Featherstone niece 15 scholar London, Islington
    Louisa Featherstone niece 12 scholar London, Islington
    Alice Featherstone niece 10 scholar London, Bethnal Green
    Rose Featherstone niece 8 scholar London, Islington
    Lillian Featherstone niece 5 scholar London, Islington."
  8. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation.
  9. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), birth registration index Eliza Elizabeth Featherstone Mar 1873 Islington MDX 1b 317
    mother's maiden surname Butcher (1837-2010).

George Feverstone

M, #6579, b. circa 1773
Father*John Feverston b. c Mar 1738/39, d. 1817
Mother*Martha Whibley b. c 1740, d. 1822
ChartsJohn Featherstone cir 1663- Kent
John Feverstone married in 1688 in Kent
     George Feverstone was born circa 1773 at Brenchley, Kent, EnglandG. He is the son of John Feverston and Martha Whibley. George Feverstone was christened on 4 July 1773 at Brenchley, Kent, EnglandG; son of John Feverstone and Martha Whibley.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.

Family

Mary Aylard b. b 27 Aug 1769, d. 1818
Children
Last Edited13 Nov 2014
ReferenceP176

Citations

  1. [S5] At church, parish registers.

Carrie Moore

F, #6580, b. circa 1866, d. June 1901
ChartsJohn Featherstone cir 1663- Kent
John Feverstone married in 1688 in Kent
     Carrie Moore was born circa 1866. Stephen Edwin Featherstone and Carrie Moore marriage was registered in Wandsworth district Vol/Page 1d.1027 in the quarter of December 1899.1 She Her death was registered in the Wandsworth registration district in the quarter of June 1901 Vol./Page 1d.339.2
     Kent Database; Y. Y. As of 1899,her married name was Featherstone. Carrie Moore was aged 35 at death as of June 1901.2 As of June 1901, Carrie Moore was also known as Carrey Featherstone.2

Family

Stephen Edwin Featherstone b. Mar 1848, d. Dec 1904
Child
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2463

Citations

  1. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use, marriage registration index Dec 1899 Wandsworth SRY 1d 1027
    Stephen Edwin Featherstone and Carrie Moore (1837-1965).
  2. [S3] As per use, death registration index, collectted 5/4/2002.

Mary Ann Martin1

F, #6581, b. circa 1840, d. 16 October 1876
ChartsJoseph Featherstone cir 1766 m. Devonshire
     Mary Ann Martin was born circa 1840 at Williamstown, Victoria, AustraliaG.2,3 She married Charles Featherstone, son of Charles Featherstone and Mary Walker, on 15 February 1865 at Deniliquin, New South Wales, AustraliaG.4 Mary Ann Martin died on 16 October 1876 at Gulpha Creek, near Deniliquin, New South Wales, AustraliaG, aged Drowned age 36.3 She was buried on 19 October 1876 at Deniliquin, New South Wales, AustraliaG.3
     Y. She from Sue Tapping
Death Certificate of Mary Anne Featherstone nee Martin D176844
Mary Anne Featherstone, female, 36 years
16th October, 1876 Gulpa Creek
born Williamstown Victoria (Australia)
Father James Martin Mother Jane Campbell
place of marriage Deniliquin age at marriage 25 years
Married to Charles Featherstone
children - 4 males, 1 female living - no given names
informant certified by Charles Featherstone, husband Gulpa Creek
cause of death - found drowned
inquest held by Coroner AWB Noyes on 18.10.1876
Buried at Deniliquin on the 19.10.1876
WH Hooper district registrar 19.10.1876. Kent Database; Y. As of 15 February 1865,her married name was Featherstone.

Family

Charles Featherstone b. b 1 Mar 1817, d. 14 Apr 1903
Children
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2464

Citations

  1. [S57] Sue Tapping, "Sue Tapping," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.
  2. [S12] Marriage certificate.
  3. [S622] As per use, death certificate NSW Australia, Certified copy of Death Registered in New South Wales, Australia
    Surname of Deceased; FEATHERSTONE
    Other Names; Mary Anne
    Occupation ; -
    Sex and Age; Female 36 Years
    Date of Death; 15 October 1876
    Place of Death: Gulpa Creek
    Usual; Residence: -
    Place of Birth; Williamstown, Victoria
    Fathers Surname; MARTIN
    Other names; James
    Mothers Maiden Name; CAMPBELL
    Other names; Jane
    Place of Marriage; Deniliquin
    Age at Marriage;25
    To whom married; Charles Featherstone
    Children; 4 Males, 1 Female, living (no names given)
    Informant; Certified by Charles Featherstone, Husband, Gulpa Creek
    Cause of Death; Found drowned
    By Whom Certified; Inquest held by Coroner A.W.B. Noyes on 18th October 1876
    Particulars of Burial: 19th October 1876, Deniliquin
    Particulars of Registration; W.H. Hooper. Date 19th October 1876
    Number 706.
  4. [S12] Marriage certificate: Marriage Certificate of Charles Featherstone & Mary Anne Martin
    Charles Featherstone, Drover, Bachelor
    Mary Anne Martin, Laundress, Spinster, 21 years
    Name of celebrant - IA Broughton Deputy Registrar
    Name of witnesses Jacob Forsell & Emily Elizabeth Maude Crutchley
    15.2.1865 number 138
    IA Broughton Deputy Registrar.
  5. [S19] Unknown author, birth certificate, Birth Certificate of Charles Henry Featherstone B493631
    son of Charles & Mary Ann Featherstone nee Martin,
    21.5.1865 - Charles Henry Featherstone, Male
    Gulpha Creek near Deniliquin
    Shepherd, 40 years, Bedfordshire England
    Mary Ann Martin
    Born Williamstown Victoria Australia
    Date of Marriage & place 15th February, 1865 - Deniliquin
    Informant Mary Ann Featherstone - mother Gulpha Creek
    JA Broughton Registrar 11.8.1865 - no 423.
  6. [S190] Unknown author, newspaper, Pastoral Times Deniliquin.

Charles Henry Featherstone

M, #6582, b. 21 May 1865, d. 1936
Charles Henry Featherstone 1865-1936
Father*Charles Featherstone1 b. b 1 Mar 1817, d. 14 Apr 1903
Mother*Mary Ann Martin1 b. c 1840, d. 16 Oct 1876
ChartsJoseph Featherstone cir 1766 m. Devonshire
     Charles Henry Featherstone was born on 21 May 1865 at Gulpha Creek, near Deniliquin, New South Wales, AustraliaG.1 He was the son of Charles Featherstone and Mary Ann Martin.1 Charles Henry Featherstone married Emily Purnell in 1886 at Paddington, New South Wales, AustraliaG.2 Charles Henry Featherstone died in 1936 at AustraliaG.3
     Y. Kent Database; Y. He was employed by Brought before the local Bench as having no visbale means of support on 28 October 1876 at Deniliquin, New South Wales, AustraliaG.4 He we have a contact for this family D from Sue Tapping
Birth Certificate of Charles Henry Featherstone B493631
son of Charles & Mary Ann Featherstone nee Martin,
21.5.1865 - Charles Henry Featherstone, Male
Gulpha Creek near Deniliquin
Shepherd, 40 years, Bedfordshire England
Mary Ann Martin
Born Williamstown Victoria Australia
Date of Marriage & place 15th February, 1865 - Deniliquin
Informant Mary Ann Featherstone - mother Gulpha Creek
JA Broughton Registrar 11.8.1865 - no 423.

Family

Emily Purnell b. 3 Dec 1864
Last Edited2 Jan 2015
ReferenceP2465

Citations

  1. [S19] Unknown author, birth certificate, Birth Certificate of Charles Henry Featherstone B493631
    son of Charles & Mary Ann Featherstone nee Martin,
    21.5.1865 - Charles Henry Featherstone, Male
    Gulpha Creek near Deniliquin
    Shepherd, 40 years, Bedfordshire England
    Mary Ann Martin
    Born Williamstown Victoria Australia
    Date of Marriage & place 15th February, 1865 - Deniliquin
    Informant Mary Ann Featherstone - mother Gulpha Creek
    JA Broughton Registrar 11.8.1865 - no 423.
  2. [S1041] David Featherstone, "David Featherstone," e-mail to W Paul Featherstone, Charles Henry Featherstone
    Born:      May 21 1865      In: Gulpa Creek, NSW, Australia
    Marriage to: Emily Featherston (born Purnell) Paddington, NSW, Australia 1886
    Died:      Oct 28 1936 (at age 71)      In: Kenthurst, NSW, Australia.
  3. [S1041] David Featherstone, "David Featherstone," e-mail to W Paul Featherstone, Events in Emily's life:
    Birth; Mt Colah, NSW, Australia, Dec 3 1864
    1886      Age ?~22?           Marriage to: Charles Henry Featherstone
    Paddington, NSW, Australia 1886
    Birth of son: John Charles Featherston 1936
    Age 71-72 Death 1936.
  4. [S190] Unknown author, newspaper, Pastoral Times Deniliquin.

Thomas Fetherston

M, #6583
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2466

Martin S Barnett1

M, #6584, b. 1872
ChartsWilliam cir 1642? then USA
     Martin S Barnett was born in 1872.1 He married Martha Emma Featherston, daughter of Andrew Jackson Featherston and Mary Elizabeth Meals, on 24 November 1897 at Huntsville, Randolph County, Missouri, United States of AmericaG.2

Family

Martha Emma Featherston b. 15 Mar 1856, d. 18 Jan 1929
Last Edited14 Jan 2015

Citations

  1. [S1765] GEDCOM file created by E. Elaine Boston, 2014 "unknown cd."
  2. [S1765] GEDCOM file created by E. Elaine Boston, 2014 "Mrs. Emma Featherston married M.S. Barnett 24 Nov 1897 in Huntsville, Randolph County, Missouri --from Missouri Marriage Records 1805-2002."

Jane Featherstone

F, #6585, b. circa 1821
Mother*Ellen Meades1,2
     Jane Featherstone was born circa 1821 at Kent not, EnglandG.3 She is the daughter of Ellen Meades.1,2
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited17 Nov 2014
ReferenceP2468

Citations

  1. [S879] W. P Featherstone, "Estimation."
  2. [S1841] Census filmed for England & Wales, "1841 census
    HO107/463/08/29 (p30)
    Basinghall Lane, Tunbridge Wells, Tonbridge, Kent
    Ellen Featherstone F 60 n
    Jane Featherstone F 20 n."
  3. [S1841] Census filmed for England & Wales,.

Ann Featherstone

F, #6586, b. circa 1814
Father*William Fetherstone b. c 1779, d. Mar 1866
Mother*Elizabeth Browning b. c 1781, d. a 1861
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     Ann Featherstone was born circa 1814 at Barham, Kent, EnglandG.1 She is the daughter of William Fetherstone and Elizabeth Browning. Ann Featherstone was baptized on 6 November 1814 at Barham, Kent, EnglandG; daughter of William Featherstone farmer and Elizabeth.2
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2469

Citations

  1. [S1841] Census filmed for England & Wales,.
  2. [S148] Unknown author, bishop's transcripts.

Sarah (Unknown)1

F, #6587
     Y. Kent Database; Y.

Family

Richard Fetherstone b. a 1706, d. b 14 Jun 1762
Children
Last Edited26 Jan 2014
ReferenceP1278

Citations

  1. [S14] Unknown author, Will.
  2. [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."
  3. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Bredgar, Kent baptism register
    15 May 1737 John son of Richard and Sarah Fetherstone.
    "
  4. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Parish Record Collection - Baptism Record-Transcript
    Baptism Day:      26
    Baptism Month:      Dec
    Baptism Year:      1739
    Forename(s):      Stephen
    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:      1605
    Record source:      Kent Baptisms
    Data provider:      Kent Family History Society."

Stephen Fetherstone1

M, #6588, b. 26 December 1739, d. before 1 April 1803
Father*Richard Fetherstone b. a 1706, d. b 14 Jun 1762
Mother*Sarah (Unknown)2
     Stephen Fetherstone was baptized on 26 December 1739 at Parish Church, Bredgar, Kent, EnglandG.2 He was the son of Richard Fetherstone and Sarah (Unknown).2 Stephen Fetherstone married Lucy Feakins on 9 April 1763 at Parish Church, Bredgar, Kent, EnglandG.3 Stephen Fetherstone died before 1 April 1803 at Bredgar, Kent, EnglandG.4 He was buried on 1 April 1803 at Parish Church, Bredgar, Kent, EnglandG.4
     Kent Database; Y. Y. He granted the probate of the estate of Richard Fetherstone on 14 June 1762 at Archdeaconry Court, Canterbury, Kent, EnglandG.5 Stephen Fetherstone Appeared in court at for Plea to court by descendants for right to Stephen's land. after 1 April 1803.6

Family

Lucy Feakins b. c 1740
Children
Last Edited13 Nov 2014
ReferenceP2471

Citations

  1. [S14] Unknown author, Will.
  2. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Parish Record Collection - Baptism Record-Transcript
    Baptism Day:      26
    Baptism Month:      Dec
    Baptism Year:      1739
    Forename(s):      Stephen
    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:      1605
    Record source:      Kent Baptisms
    Data provider:      Kent Family History Society."
  3. [S932] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Parish Record Collection - Marriage Record-TRanscript
    Marriage Day:      9
    Marriage Month:      Apr
    Marriage Year:      1763
    Groom's Forename(s):      Stephen
    Groom's Surname:      Fetherstone
    Groom's Status:      Bachelor
    Groom's Residence:      otp
    Groom's Father's Occupation:      
    Bride's Forename(s):      Lucy
    Bride's Surname:      Feakins
    Bride's Status:      Spinster
    Bride's Residence:      otp
    Banns or Licence:      Banns
    Place:      Bredgar
    County:      Kent
    Record Source:      Bredgar marriages 1559-1836
    Record source:      Kent Marriages
    Data provider:      Kent Family History Society."
  4. [S1273] Website www.findmypast.com (http://www.www.findmypast.com) "Parish Record Collection - Burial Record
    Burial Day:      1
    Burial Month:      Apr
    Burial Year:      1803
    Forename(s):      Stephen
    Surname:      Fetherstone
    Place:      Bredgar
    County:      Kent
    Record Source:      Bredgar burials 1557-1884
    Record source:      Kent Burials
    Data provider:      Kent Family History Society."
  5. [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?].
  6. [S1591] Land Court Records "Pleas of Land" "http://books.google.co.uk/books
    A TREATISE ON PLEADING WITH A COLLECTION OF PRACTICAL PRECEDENTS,
    NOTES THEREON IN THREE VOLUMES.
    VOL. III
    BY JOSEPH CHITTY, ESQ.
    OF THE MIDDLE TEMPLE, BARESTER AT LAWS
    THE FOURTH EDITION.
    CORRECTED AND ENLARGED
    LONDON:
    PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL BROOKE, PATERNOSTER.ROW, 1825.
    Pleas of land inrolled at Westminster, before Sir James Mansfield, knight, and his brethren, justices of his majesty’s court of common bench, of Trinity Term, in the year of the reign of our sovereign lord George the Third, by the grace of God, of the united kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland king, defender of the Faith. Roll. 466, 67, 68, 69..
    Heretofore, as it appeareth iii the Term of Easter, in the year of his present Majesty’s reign, in the 457th and 458th Rolls, it is thus contained :
    Kent (to wit.)—William Daniel the elder, William Daniel the younger, Stephen Daniel, and Joseph Daniel, were summoned to answer unto Samuel Baker, and Phoebe his wife, and George Eggleson, and Catherine his wife, in a plea wherefore, whereas the same Samuel Baker, and Phoebe his wife, in right of his said wife, and the said William the elder and William the younger, Stephen and Joseph, hold together and undivided one messuage, one barn, one stable, three gardens, three orchards, sixteen acres, twenty-three yards of arable, pasture, meadow, and wood land, and common of pasture for all manner of cattle, with the appurtenances, in the several parishes of Bredgate, otherwise Bredgon, and Stockbury, in the county of Kent, of which the said William Daniel the elder, ‘William Daniel the younger, Stephen, and Joseph, deny partition to be made between them, according to the form of the statute in such case made and provided, and unjustly and contrary to the same statute permits not the same to be done; whereupon the said ‘Samuel and Phuabe, and the said George, and Catherine his wife, by George Chilton, their attorney, say that one Stephen Featherstone, heretofore, to wit, on the —- day of , in the year of our Lord —-, was seised of the said messuages, tenements, and hereditamerits, with the appurtenances, in his demesne, as of fee; and being so thereof seised, the said Stephen Featherstone had issue female of his body lawfully-begotten, to wit, Phoebe, now the said Phoebe Baker, Catherine, now the said Cathaine Eggleson, and Elizabeth, and the said Stephen Featherstone being so thereof possessed, afterwards, to wit, on _the_ day and year aforesaid, at the parish of Bredgate,‘ otherwise Bredgon, in the county of
    (it) These are the pleadings in the case of Baker c. Daniel, 1 Marsh. 637.
    (it) These are the pleadings in the case of Baker c. Daniel, 1 Marsh. 637.
    Pnocnsnrnos IN PARTlTlOI
    Pleadings and proceedings in partition by coheiresses in gavelkind and final judgment (I).
    Count in partition by co-heiresses in gavel-kind, the land having descended to three eo-heiresses, two of whom married plaintiffs, and the third married defendant W.D. the elder, and died, whereupon W. D. the elder became tenant by the curtesy under the custom of gavelkind, of a moiety of the third, and other moiety came to his two sons, the other defendants.
    Seisin of S. F;
    Dies seised.
    Pnocrlsnraos 1a PARTITION. Gavel-kind cus— tom (u).
    Descent to his three daughters in co-heirs (b).
    Kent aforesaid, died of such his estate therein’ seised; and because the said messuage, tenements, and hereditaments, with the appurtenances are, and from time whereof the memory of
    manis not to the contrary, were of the tenure and nature of‘
    gavelkind, and all lands and tenements, with the appurtenances, which are of the tenure and nature of gavelkind, in the county aforesaid, are, and from time whereof the memory of man is not to the contrary, were partable, and parted between the heirs male, in default of heirs male, among the heirs female, the same messuage, tenements, and hereditaments, with the appurtenances, then and there descended and came to the said Phebe, Catherine, and Elizabeth, as daughters and co-heir female of the said Stephen Featherstone, there being no heirs, or heir male of the body of the said Stephen Featherstone, lawfully begotten; whereby the said Phoebe, Catherine, and Elizabeth entered into the said messuage, tenements, and hereditaments, with the appurtenances, and were thereof then and there seised in their demesne, as of fee, as daughters and co-heir as aforesaid; and the said Phoebe being so seised afterwards, to wit, on the day of ,-in the year of our Lord , at the parish first aforesaid, intermarried with the said Samuel Baker, whereby, and by reason of the said marriage, the said Samuel and Phoebe became and were seised of one undivided third part of the said messuages, tenements, and hereditaments, in their demesne, as of fee, in right of the said Phoebe. And the said Catherine, being so seised as aforesaid, she, the said Catherine, afterwards, to wit, on the day of , in the year of our Lord , at the parish first aforesaid, intermarried with the said George, Eggleson, and by reason thereof they, the said George, and the said Catherine, then and there became and were seised in their demesne, as of fee, of one other undivided third, of and in the said messuage, tenements, and hereditaments, with the appurtenances, in right of his said wife. And the said Elizabeth being so possessed as aforesaid, afterwards, to wit, on the day of , in the year of our Lord , at the parish aforesaid, intermarried with the
    Co. Litt. 175. s. 265.——Rast.
    Ent. 449, 450. 452.
    (b) All make but one heir.
    1 Saund. 253.—Rob. on Gav. 114.
    (a) See statement of this custom, Herne’s Plead. 686. 1 Burr. 326.—~2 Bla. Com. 84. Rob. on Gav. c. 4. p. 38. 136. 157.--C0. Eat. 602.1’ 41L l).—
    said Daniel the elder, whereupon the said William and the said‘ Elizabeth, became and were seised in their demesne, as of fee, of
    the other undivided third of the aforesaid messuage, tenements, and hereditaments, with the. appurtenances, in right of his said wife. And the said Samuel, and Phoebe his wife, and the said George, and Catherine his wife, in fact further say,
    that the said Elizabeth Daniel, after her said' intermarriage,
    had issue male of her body lawfully begotten by the said W il-
    liam Daniel the elder, her said husband, to wit, the said Wil~
    liam Daniel ‘the younger. And the said Stephen and Joseph,
    the now defendants, and afterwards, to wit, on the
    0f , in the year of our Lord , died, to wit, at the
    parish first aforesaid, in the county aforesaid, and the said Wil-
    liam Daniel the elder, her said husband, survived her, and the
    said Samuel, and Phcebe his wife; and the said George, and
    Catherine his wife, in fact further say, that the said messuage,
    tenements, and hereditaments, with the appurtenances, having
    so been and being of the tenure and nature of gavelkind, in
    the county of Kent aforesaid, the husband of any wife dying
    seised of any lands or tenements, in the said county, of the said
    nature or tenure in his demesne, as of fee-simple or fee-tail,
    according to the custom in the said county, from time imme-
    morial used and approved, of right ought, and have been used
    to hold and enjoy the moiety of all such lands and tenements, of
    which such wife died seised as aforesaid, after the death of such
    uife so dying seised as aforesaid, during the life of such husband,
    if and as long as such husband live sole and unmarried, whether
    or not such husband had issue of the body of his said wife male
    or female lawfully begotten. Whereby, and by force of the
    said custom and tenure of gavelkind, the said William Daniel
    the elder, upon the death of his said wife, became and was
    seised in his demesne, as of freehold, for the term of his life,
    of one moiety of the said purpart or undivided third of the said
    Elizabeth Daniel, of and in the said messuage, tenements, and
    hereditaments, to hold to him the said William Daniel the elder,
    as tenant by the curtesy by force and virtue of the said tenure
    or custom of gavelkind, in the said county, for and during the
    term of his natural life, if he lived sole and unmarried, the re-
    version thereof to the said William the younger, Stephen ‘and
    Joseph, as sons and co-heir of the said Elizabeth Daniel, and
    their heirs belonging. And the other moiety, or half part of‘ the said undivided third part of the said Elizabeth Daniel, "1‘
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    her life-time, and at the time of her death in the said messuage's,‘ tenements, and hereditaments, descended, with the appurtenances, upon her death as aforesaid, and came to the said Stephen, William the younger, and Joseph, as sons and co-heirs' '
    of the said Elizabeth Daniel, and they the said William the younger, Stephen, and Joseph, then and there became and were seised in their demesne, as of fee, of the same moiety or half part, to wit, at the parish first aforesaid, in the county aforesaid. And so the said Samuel, and Phoebe his wife, and the said George, and Catherine his wife, say, that they, that is to say, the said Samuel, and his said wife, in right of his said wife, and‘ the said George, and his said wife, in right of his said‘ wife, and the said William Daniel the elder, William Daniel‘ the younger, Stephen,>and Joseph, together and without division, hold the said messuage, tenements, and hereditaments,‘ with the appurtenances,» of the inheritance which was of the said Stephen Featherstone, deceased, the father of the said Phoebe, Catherine, and Elizabeth, three co-heirs female, of which said Stephen Featherstone of his body begotten, the said Phmbe and Catherine are, whereof to the said-Samuel and Phoebe, in right of the said Phoebe, and the heirs of the said Phebe (a); doth belong to have one-third part of the messuage, tenements, and hereditaments aforesaid, with the appurtenances, into three parts equally to be divided; and to the said George and Callie; rine his wife, in right of his said wife, and to the heirs of the said Catherine, doth belong to have one other third part of the same messuage, tenements, and hereditaments, with'the appurtenances, to be divided as aforesaid, to hold to them in severalty,‘
    so that the said Samuel and Phoebe his wife, in right of his said wife, of their purpart to them, out of the messuages, lands, tenements, and hereditaments aforesaid, with the appurtenances happening; and the said George and Catherine his wife, in right of his said wife, of their purpart out of the said messuage,’ tenements, and hereditaments aforesaid, with the appurtenances happeng, may severally themselves appropriate and apportion. Yet the said William Daniel the elder, William Daniel the younger, Stephen Daniel, and Joseph Daniel, to make partition between them according to the form of the statute in such case made and provided, have hitherto denied and refused, and still do refuse, and the same unjustly do not sufl'er to be done. Whereupon the said Samuel, and Phoebe his wife, and the said George and Catherine say, that they are injured, and have sustained damage to the value of £500, and therefore they bring their suit, 8tc.
    And the said William Daniel the elder, William Daniel the younger, Stephen Daniel, and Joseph Daniel, being duly summoned by his writ of pone, returnable on the morrow of the Holy Trinity, according to the form of the statute in such case made and provided, came not, within fifteen days after the return of the said writ, according to the said statute, nor defend the force and injury when, sic. nor appear to say any thing in bar or preclusion of the said action of the said Samuel Baker, and Phoebe his wife, and George Eggleson, and Catherine his wife, why partition ought not to be made between them, and the said William Daniel the elder, William Daniel the younger, Stephen Daniel, and Joseph Daniel, of the tenements aforesaid, with the appurtenances, in form aforesaid ; by which the said Samuel Baker, and Phoebe his wife, and George Eggleson, and Catherine his wife, remain therein undefended against the said Villiam Daniel the elder, William Daniel the younger, Stephen Daniel, and Joseph Daniel; and thereupon, because the court of our said lord the king, of the Bench here, are not yet advised what judgment to give'of and upon the premises, a day is therefore given to the parties aforesaid, before the said justices of the Bench, at Westminster, until the morrow of All Souls, in the year of the reign aforesaid, to hear the judgment of the said court thereupon, for that the said court of our said lord the king of the Bench now here, are not yet advised thereof. At which day, before the justices aforesaid, come the said Samuel Baker, and Phoebe his wife, and George Eggleson, and Catherine his wife, by their attorney aforesaid; but the said William Daniel the elder, William Daniel the younger, Stephen Daniel, and Joseph Daniel, come not. And thereupon because the court of our said lord the king of the Bench here, are not yet ag'viscd what judgment to give of and
    (a) The defendant made de- and 3 & 4Ann. c. 18. s. 2.— fault, and the court examined 2 Sell. Prac. 2d edit. am.the title of the demandant, ac- 2 Bla. Rep. 1134. 1159. cording to 8 & 9W. 3.. 0. 3|;
    VOL. III. R K
    Pnoesnnrues 1N PARTITION.
    Defendant makes default (a).
    Continuance by curia adsisari Ullll .
    &
    Further contiuuance
    Pnoczsmses upon the premises, a further day is thereupon given to the said
    1" "Mn-mm parties, before the said justices of the Bench at Westminster,
    until in eight days of St. Hilary, in the year of the reign
    aforesaid, to hear the judgment of the said court thereupon,
    for that the court of our said lord the king of the Bench, now
    ("figment ofpaf- here, are not yet advised thereof. At which day, 8L0. [Two tltlon and award . . . . - - ' - ' ~' I of Wm", Sher-,3 conlmuances untzl Trmtt‘z/ term, and then proceed as follows :]
    rig-mm‘ fa‘ And hereupon it is considered, according to the form of the
    statute in such case made and provided, that partition be
    thereof made between the said Samuel Baker, and Phoabe his
    wife, George Eggleson, and Catherine his wife, and the said
    William Daniel the elder, William Daniel the younger, Stephen
    Daniel, and Joseph Daniel, of the tenements aforesaid, with
    the appurtenances; and it is commanded to the sheriff, that in
    his proper person he go to the tenements aforesaid, with the
    appurtenances, and there, in the presence of the parties afore
    said, by him to be forwarned, if they shall be willing to be
    present, the tenements aforesaid, with the appurtenances, by
    the oath of good and lawful men of his county, respect being
    bad to the true value of the said tenements, with the appurte
    nances, he cause to be divided into three equal parts, and one part he cause to be delivered to the said Samuel Baker,land Phoebe his wife, and another part thereof to the said George Eggleson, and Catherine his wife, and the third and remaining
    part thereof to the said William Daniel the elder, William
    Daniel the younger, Stephen Daniel, and Joseph Daniel, to
    be holden in severalty, so that neither the said Samuel Baker,
    and Phoebe his wife, nor the said George Eggleson, and Cathe
    rine his wife, nor the said William Daniel the elder, William
    Daniel the younger, Stephen Daniel, and Joseph Daniel, may
    have more than respectively belongs to them of the tenements
    aforesaid, with the appurtenances; and the said Samuel Baker,
    and Phoebe his wife, George Eggleson, and Catherine his wife,
    of their respective two parts belonging to them, of the tene
    ments aforesaid, with the appurtenances; and the said William
    Daniel the elder, William Daniel the younger, Stephen Daniel,
    and Joseph Daniel, of their third part belonging to them, may
    severally apportion themselves, and that partition by the-said
    sheriff, distinctly and openly made, he have here on the morrow
    of All Souls, under his seal, and the seals of those by whose
    oath he shall have made that partition; and that he have there
    the names of those by whose oath he shall have made the same
    partition, together with the writ of our lord the king, to him thereupon directed, the same day is given to the parties aforesaid here; and at which day the sheriff, to wit, John Cator, Esq. sheriff of Kent aforesaid, now returns here a certainpartition made by and before him the said sheriff, between the parties aforesaid, of the said tenements, with the appurtenances, by virtue of the writ aforesaid, by the oath of twelve good and lawful men of his county, which said partition follows in these words:—
    Kent, to wit.—-An inquisition taken at the house of— fElliott, commonly called or known by the name or sign of the Sun, in the parish of Bredgon, in the county aforesaid, on Thursday, the 9th day of September, in the 53d year of the reign of our sovereign lord George the Third, by the grace of God, of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland king, defender of the Faith, and in the year of our Lord 1813, before John Cator, Esq. sheriff of the said county, by virtue of this writ of partitions fizcienda, to me directed, commanding me to cause one messuage, one barn, one stable, three gardens, three orchards, 16 acres and three yards of arable, pasture, meadow, and wood land, and common of pasture, for all and all manner of cattle, with the appurtenances, in the se‘veral parishes of Bredgate, otherwise Bredgon and Stockbury, in the said county, to be divided into three equal parts, and one of those parts to be delivered and assigned to Samuel Baker, and Phcebe his wife, to be holden to them and the heirs of the said Pl1mbe(a), to be lawfully begotten, and one other third part to George Eggleson, and Catherine his wife, to he holden to them and the heirs of the said Catherine (11), and the "remaining third part to William Daniel the elder, William Daniel the younger, Stephen Daniel, and Joseph Daniel, to be holden in severalty, on the oath of William, otherwise Richard Bathurst, Thomas Pye, Stephen Wood, Richard Wood, William Read, James Benslade, 810. Etc. twelve free and lawful men of the said county, being charged and sworn to inquire of all and singular the matters and things in the said writ mentioned and contained, on their oath say, that the said barn, barn-yard, third part, lands and premises, with the appurtenances following,
    Paoceemncs IN PARTITION
    Sherifl"s return.
    Inquisition.

    Pnocssmuos
    1N PARTITION.
    (that is to say), all that barn, and part of the bam-yard, as the same is staked off, containing 1.5 perches, situate in Bredgate, otherwise Bredgon aforesaid, and also an equal third part of the well, being in the said barn-yard; and also so much and such part of a certain field, called the Home Field, situate in Bredgate, otherwise Bredgon aforesaid, as contains one acre, one rood, and 85 perches, and as the same is staked off from the remaining part, which is assigned to George Eggleson, and Catherine his wife; and also all that field called the Middle Field, situate in the parish of Stockbury aforesaid, containing two acres, one rood, and 15 perches, and also one equal part of a certain piece of wood-land, situate in Bredgate, otherwise Bredgon aforesaid, containing two roods, or thereabouts, the remaining half-part being assigned unto the said George Eggleson, and Catherine his wife, together with such common of pasture as is appurtenant to the parts and premises before described, are one equal third part of the messuage, stable, garden, orchards, lands, and common of pasture, with the appurtenances, specified in the said writ, and that the part of the messuage, or tenement, and barn~yards, third part lands and premises, with the appurtenances following, (that is to say) all that part of a messuage or tenement under, divided into two tenements, which is situate at the north end of the said messuage or tenements, in the parish of Bredgate, otherwise Bredgou aforesaid, and now in the occupation of the said George Eggleson; and also an equal half-part of the garden, used with the said messuage, as the same is staked off, and certain part of the barn-yard there, as the same is also staked 06‘, containing altogether 15 perches, and also one equal third part of the well, being in the same yard, and also a part of a certain field, called the Home Field, containing one acre, one rood, and four perches, situate in Bredgon aforesaid; and also all that field called the Wood Field, containing two acres, two roods, and 32 perches, in Bredgon aforesaid; and also one equal half-part of a certain piece of wood-land, containing two roods, and also in Bredgon aforesaid, together with such common of pasture as is appurtenant to the parts and premises, are one other equal third part thereof, and that the parts of the messnage, third parts, lands, and premises, with the appurtenances following, (that is to say) all that part of a messuage or tenement, under one roof, divided into two tenements, which is situate and being at the south end of the said niessuage or tenement, in the parish of Bredgate, otherwise Bredgon aforesaid, now in the occupation of William Daniel the elder; and also one equal part of the garden, used with the said messuage or tenement, as the same is staked olT, containing 20 perches ; and also all that piece or parcel of land, called the Barnfield, containing one acre, two mods, and 19 perches, situate in Bredgon aforesaid; and also all that piece 0)- parcel of land, called Upper Stockbury Field, containing two acres, two mods, and 36 perches, in Stockbury aforesaid; and also one third part of the well, being in the barn-yard there, together with such common of pasture as is appurtenant to the parts and premises before described, are the remaining equal third part thereof; and the said messuage, barn, stable, gardens, orchards, lands, and common of pasture, with the appurtenances, being so into three equal parts divided, the said sheriff having respect to the true value thereof, on the day and year aforesaid, in the presence of the jurors aforesaid, the said first-mentioned equal third part, viz. all that barn and part of the barn-yard, as the same is staked ofl', containing 15 perches, situate in Bredgate, otherwise Bredgon aforesaid; and also one equal third part of the well, being in the barn-yard, and also so much and such part of a certain field, called the Home Field, situate in Bredgate, otherwise Bredgon aforesaid, as contains one acre, one mod, and 34 perches, and as the same is staked off from the remaining part, which is assigned unto the said George Eggleson, and Catherine his wife; and also all that field called the Middle Field, situate in the parish of Stockbury aforesaid, containing two acres, one road, and 15 perches; and also one equal half-part of a certain piece of wood land, situate in Bredgate, otherwise Bredgon aforesaid, containing two roods, or thereabouts, the remaining half-part being assigned unto the said George Eggleson, and Catherine his wife, together with such connnon of pamure-asis appuneuantto the parm and premises before described, to the said Samuel Baker, and Phoebe his wife, have caused to be delivered and assigned, to be holden to them, and the heirs of the said Phoebe, and the second mentioned equal third part, viz. all that part of a messuage or tenement, under one roof, divided into two tenements, which is situate at the north end of the said messuage or tenement, in the said parish of Bredgate, otherwise Bredgon aforesaid, and now in the occupation of George Eggleson; and also Pnocaamses IN mas-Prion.
    an equal half-part of the garden, used with the said messuage, as the same is staked off, containing altogether l5 perches; and also one equal third part of the well, being in the said‘yardt and also a part of a certain field, called the Home Field, containing one acre, one mod, and four perches, situate in Bredgon aforesaid; and also all that field called the Wood Field, containing two roods, situate also in Bredgon, together with such common of pasture as is appurtenant to the parts and premises, to the said George Eggleson, and Catherine his wife, have caused to be delivered and assigned, to be holden to them and the heirs of the said Catherine, and the remaining 0: lastmentioned equal third part hereinbefore described, viz. all that part of a messuage or tenement, under one roof, divided into tenements, which is situate and being at the south end of the said messuage or tenement, in the said parish of Bredgate, otherwise Bredgon aforesaid, now in the occupation of William Daniel the elder; and also one equal half part of the garden, used with the said messnage or tenement, as the same is staked olT, containing 20 perches; and also all that piece or parcel of land, called the Barn Field, containing one acre, tuo roods, and 19 perches, situate in Bredgate aforesaid; and also all that piece or parcel of land called Upper Stockbury Field, containing two acres, two roods, and 38 perches, situate in Stock~ bury aforesaid; and also one third part of the well, being in the barn-yard there, together with such common of pasture as is appttrtenant to the parts and premises hereinbefore described, to the said William Daniel the elder, William Daniel the younger, Stephen Daniel, and Joseph Daniel, have caused to be delivered and assigned, to be holden to them and their heirs in severalty, by the assignment and allotment made as aforesaid, according to the exigency of the said writ, so that neither the said Samuel Baker, and Phoebe his wife, the said George Eggleson, and Catherine his wife, nor the said William Daniel the elder, William Daniel the younger, Stephen Daniel, and Joseph Daniel, have more of the said messuage, barn, stable, gardens, orchards, lands, and common of pasture aforesaid, with the appurtenances, to them thereof belongs, and the said Samuel Baker, and Phrebe his wife, George Eggleson, and Catherine his wife, W illiam Daniel the elder, William Daniel the yonnger,_Stephen Daniel, and Joseph Daniel, may seyerally apportion themselves. In witness "hereof, as well I
    the said sherifi' as the said jurors, have set our seals, the day Pnocsenmos - ' 1N PARTITIONand year, and at the place above mentioned. JOHN Caron, Esq. sheriff.
    Therefore it is considered that the partition aforesaid be ,Fiual l"_dgm°"* tn partition (:1). held firm and effectual for ever.
    "
  7. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Parish Record Collection - Baptism Record- Transcript
    Baptism Day:      21
    Baptism Month:      Aug
    Baptism Year:      1768
    Forename(s):      Elizabeth
    Surname:      Fetherstone
    Relationship:      Daughter of
    Father's Forename:      Stephen
    Mother's Forename:      Lucy
    Place:      Bredgar
    County:      Kent
    Record Source:      Bredgar baptisms 1540-1911
    Kent FHS Ref:      1850
    Record source:      Kent Baptisms
    Data provider:      Kent Family History Society."
  8. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Parish Record Collection - Baptism Record-Transcript
    Baptism Day: 25
    Baptism Month: Jul
    Baptism Year: 1770
    Forename(s): Bennett
    Surname: Fetherstone
    Relationship: Daughter of
    Father's Forename: Stephen
    Mother's Forename: Lucy
    Place: Bredgar
    County: Kent
    Record Source: Bredgar baptisms 1540-1911
    Kent FHS Ref: 1867
    Record source: Kent Baptisms
    Data provider: Kent Family History Society."
  9. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Parish Record Collection - Baptism Record-Transcript
    Baptism Day: 11
    Baptism Month: Aug
    Baptism Year: 1774
    Forename(s): Catharine
    Surname: Fetherstone
    Relationship: Daughter of
    Father's Forename: Stephen
    Mother's Forename: Lucy
    Place: Bredgar
    County: Kent
    Record Source: Bredgar baptisms 1540-1911
    Kent FHS Ref: 1908
    Record source: Kent Baptisms
    Data provider: Kent Family History Society."
  10. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Parish Record Collection - Baptism Record-Transcript
    Baptism Day: 26
    Baptism Month: Oct
    Baptism Year: 1776
    Forename(s): Ann
    Surname: Fetherstone
    Relationship: Daughter of
    Father's Forename: Stephen
    Mother's Forename: Lucy
    Place: Bredgar
    County: Kent
    Record Source: Bredgar baptisms 1540-1911
    Kent FHS Ref: 1933
    Record source: Kent Baptisms
    Data provider: Kent Family History Society."

Neville Dobson1

M, #6589
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)      JUNE
    Last name      FEATHERSTONE
    Marriage quarter      1
    Marriage year      1961
    Registration month      -
    MarriageFinder™      JUNE FEATHERSTONE married
    NEVILLE DOBSON
    Spouse's last name      DOBSON
    District      HULL
    District number      -
    County      Yorkshire
    Country      England
    Volume      2A
    Page      464 (1837-1965).

Mary (Unknown)

F, #6590
     Y. Kent Database; Y.

Family

Richard Fetherstone b. a 1706, d. b 14 Jun 1762
Child
Last Edited22 Nov 2013
ReferenceP2473

Citations

  1. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Christening: 30 August 1732, St George, Benenden, Kent son of Richard Fetherston and Mary7"

William Fetherstone

M, #6591, b. before 20 August 1732
Father*Richard Fetherstone1 b. a 1706, d. b 14 Jun 1762
Mother*Mary (Unknown)1
     William Fetherstone was born before 20 August 1732 at Benenden, Kent, EnglandG.2 He was baptized on 20 August 1732 at St George, Benenden, Kent, EnglandG; son of Richard Fetherston and Mary.2 He was the son of Richard Fetherstone and Mary (Unknown).1
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited25 Aug 2013
ReferenceP2474

Citations

  1. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Christening: 30 August 1732, St George, Benenden, Kent son of Richard Fetherston and Mary7"
  2. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Parish Record Collection - Baptism Record-Transcript
    Baptism Day:      20
    Baptism Month:      Aug
    Baptism Year:      1732
    Forename(s):      William
    Surname:      Fetherston
    Relationship:      Son of
    Father's Forename:      Richard
    Mother's Forename:      Mary
    Place:      Benenden
    County:      Kent
    Record Source:      Benenden baptisms 1558-1906
    Kent FHS Ref:      4927
    Record source:      Kent Baptisms
    Data provider:      Kent Family History Society."

(Unknown) Fetherstone

F, #6592, b. 1733, d. 1733
Father*William Fetherstone b. a 1706
     (Unknown) Fetherstone died in 1733 at Benenden, Kent, EnglandG. She was born in 1733 at Benenden, Kent, EnglandG. She was the daughter of William Fetherstone. (Unknown) Fetherstone was buried on 20 October 1733 at St George, Benenden, Kent, EnglandG, (stillborn) child of William Featherstone.1
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2475

Citations

  1. [S58] Lee Jacobs, "Lee Jacobs," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.

Edward Featherstone

M, #6593
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP1113

Robert Featherstone

M, #6594, d. 1731
     Robert Featherstone died in 1731 at Mayfield, East Sussex, EnglandG.1
     Kent Database; Y. Y. He East Sussex County Council Record Office, The Maltings, Castle Precincts, Lewes, East Sussex BN7 1YT found Robert Featherstone in their South Malling Wills Index SM/D6-141R 11 September 1731 Ad.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2477

Citations

  1. [S169] Unknown author, East Sussex County Council Record Office, The Maltings, Castle Precincts, Lewes, East Sussex BN7 1YT.

Mary Haines

F, #6595, b. 1776
Father*Edward Haines
Mother*Judith Fetherstone b. c 1744, d. 1813
     Mary Haines was born in 1776 at Benenden, Kent, EnglandG.1 She is the daughter of Edward Haines and Judith Fetherstone. Mary Haines was christened on 14 October 1776 at St George, Benenden, Kent, EnglandG.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2478

Citations

  1. [S58] Lee Jacobs, "Lee Jacobs," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.

Thomas Fetherston

M, #6596
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2479

Thomas Fetherston

M, #6597
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2480

Harriet Garner

F, #6598, b. circa December 1881
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     Harriet Garner was born circa December 1881 at Ash, Kent, EnglandG.1,2 She married Ernest John Featherstone, son of George Featherstone and Emily Anne Nutter, on 21 May 1901 at St Mary, Norton, Faversham, Kent, EnglandG.3,4 Ernest John Featherstone and Harriet Garner marriage was registered in Faversham district Vol/Page 2a.1835 in the quarter of June 1901.5
     Kent Database; Y. Y. As of 1901,her married name was Featherstone. She wasenumerated as the Wife of Ernest John Featherstone in the Census on 2 April 1911 Ernest John Featherstone Occupation was a farm labourer living at Hickmans Green, Dunkirk via South Street, Faversham, Kent, EnglandG.6

Family

Ernest John Featherstone b. 1874, d. Mar 1946
Children
Last Edited1 Nov 2013
ReferenceP2481

Citations

  1. [S1911] 2009 Census filmed, Room 1.015, Government Buildings, Cardiff Road, Newport, South Wales, as per citation, 1911 census RG14/4380/56
    Hickmans Green, Dunkirk via South Street, Faversham, Kent
    Ernest John Featherstone head 35 M farm labourer St Nicholls, Kent
    Harriet Featherstone wife 29 married 9 years 4 children born alive 3 alive 1 died Ash, Kent
    Emily Ann Featherstone dau 7 Faversham, Kent
    Laura Annie Featherstone dau 4 Boughtton, Kent
    Violet May Featherstone dau 7mo Boughton, Kent.
  2. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), birth registration index Harriet Garner Dec 1882 Eastry KEN 2a 944 (1837-2010).
  3. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use, marriage registration index Jun 1901 Faversham KEN 2a 1835
    Ernest John Featherstone and Harriet Garne (1837-1965).
  4. [S266] Parish register Microfilm Transcript, As per citation, 1837-1911 "Copy of an marriage entry in the Parish Register of St Mary at Norton, in the Faversham Registration District in the County of Kent
    Entry number 62 on the 21 May 1901
    Ernest John Featherstone aged 24 a batchelor and labourer of Norton, Father George Featherstone a Labourer
    to
    Harriet Gariner aged 19 spinster of Ash, father Robert John Garmer a labourer
    In the Parish church by Louis Nixon Curate
    Ernest John left his mark Harriet signed.
    Witnesses
    Robert John Garmer & Rose Ann Featherstone."
  5. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use, marriage registration index Jun 1901 Faversham KEN 2a 1835
    Ernest John Featherstone and Harriet Garner
    (1837-1965).
  6. [S1911] 2009 Census filmed, Room 1.015, Government Buildings, Cardiff Road, Newport, South Wales, as per citation, 1911 census RG14/4380/56
    Hickmans Green, Dunkirk via South Street, Faversham, Kent
    Ernest John Featherstone head 35 M farm labourer St Nicholls, Kent
    Harriet Featherstone wife 29 married 9 years 4 children born alive 3 alive 1 died Ash, Kent
    Emily Ann Featherstone dau 7 Faversham, Kent
    Laura Annie Featherstone dau 4 Boughtton, Kent
    Violet May Featherstone dau 7mo Boughton, Kent.
  7. [S1624] Baptism Transcript, Ospringe, unknown period "Parish Record Collection - Baptism Record-Image
    Day: 9
    Month: Nov
    Year: 1902
    Forename(s): Thomas George
    Surname: Featherstone
    Father's Forename(s): Ernest John of Coxett, Ospringe, Labourer
    Mother's Forename(s): Harriett
    Mother's Surname:
    Birth Day: 23
    Birth Month: Apr
    Birth Year: 1902
    Place: Ospringe, SS Peter & Paul
    County: Kent
    Register Page 90 entry 713
    Archive Reference: U3/123/1/6
    Year Range: 1883-1907
    Record source: Canterbury Baptisms - Transcripts
    Data provider: Canterbury Cathedral Archives."
  8. [S266] Parish register Microfilm Transcript, As per citation, 1837-1911 "Copy of an marriage entry in the Parish Register of St Mary at Norton, in the Faversham Registration District in the County of Kent
    Entry number 62 on the 21 May 1901
    Ernest John Featherstone aged 24 a bachelor and labourer of Norton, Father George Featherstone a Labourer
    to
    Harriet Gariner aged 19 spinster of Ash, father Robert John Garmer a labourer
    In the Parish church by Louis Nixon Curate
    Ernest John left his mark Harriet signed.
    Witnesses
    Robert John Garmer and Rose Ann Featherstone."

James Henry Featherstone

M, #6599, b. 22 August 1894, d. 19 June 1985
Father*James Featherstone b. 1865, d. 18 Mar 1941
Mother*Esther Page b. c 1868, d. Sep 1938
ChartsJohn Featherstone cir 1663- Kent
John Feverstone married in 1688 in Kent
     James Henry Featherstone was born on 22 August 1894 at 80 Clarence Street, Rotherhithe, London, Surrey, EnglandG.1,2 He was the son of James Featherstone and Esther Page. James Henry Featherstone was baptized on 5 September 1894 at All Saints, Rotherhithe, London, Surrey, EnglandG.3 He His Birth was registered in the St Olave district in the quarter of December 1894 Vol/Page at 1d.299.1 He died on 19 June 1985 at 25 Highdown, Southwick, Sussex, EnglandG.4 His estate was probated on 30 September 1985 at Lewes, Sussex, EnglandG.5
     Kent Database; Y. Y. He was enumerated as the son of James Featherstone in the Census on 31 March 1901 James Featherstone Occupation was a gas pipe cleaner living near brother Frederick living at Rotherhithe, London, EnglandG.6 James Henry Featherstone was enumerated as the son of James Featherstone in the Census on 2 April 1911 James Featherstone Occupation was a Carbonizing Foreman living at 8 Vance Street, Deptford, Greenwich, London, EnglandG.7
Last Edited14 Jul 2016
ReferenceP2484

Citations

  1. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), birth registration index James Henry Featherstone Dec 1894 St Olave LND 1d.299 (1837-2010).
  2. [S720] Not given, baptism register: baptism solemnized in the parish of All Saints, Rotherhithe in the county of Surrey
    5 September 1894 born 22 August 1894 James Henry Featherstone son of James and Esther Featherstone of 80 Clarence Street carman, Ancestry Web site.
  3. [S720] Not given, baptism register: baptism solemnized in the parish of All Saints, Rotherhithe in the county of Surrey
    5 September 1894 born 22 August 1894 James Henry Featherstone son of James and Esther Featherstone of 80 Clarence Street carman
    , Ancestry Web site.
  4. [S194] Unknown author, Probate, England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations) James Henry Featherstone James Henry of 25 Highdown Southwick Sussex died 19 June 1985 Adminiistration Lewes 30 September to Elizabeth Lilian Featherstone widow. £227.
  5. [S194] Unknown author, Probate, England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations) James Henry Featherstone James Henry of 25 Highdown Southwick Sussex died 19 June 1985 Adminiistration Lewes 30 September to Elizabeth Lilian Featherstone widow. £227.
  6. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1901 census
    Rotherhithe, London
    James Featherstone age 35 gas pipe cleaner born Horsmonden, Kent
    Esther Featherstone age 33 born Ware, Kent
    Edith Featherstone age 11 born Poplar, London
    Rosa Featherstone age 9 born Rotherhithe, London
    James Featherstone age 6 born Rotherhithe, London.
  7. [S1911] 2009 Census filmed, Room 1.015, Government Buildings, Cardiff Road, Newport, South Wales, as per citation, 1911 Census
    RG number:RG14 Piece: 2633
    Reference:RG14PN2633 RG78PN89 RD28 SD2 ED10 SN259
    Registration District: Greenwich Sub District:Deptford East
    Enumeration District:10. Parish: St Paul Deptford
    Address:8 Vance Street Deptford, London
    FEATHERSTONE, James Head Married M 47 1864 Carbonizing Foreman Horsemanden Kent
    FEATHERSTONE, Esther Wife Married 23 years 4 Children all living F 46 1865 Ware Hertfordshire
    FEATHERSTONE, James Henry Son Single M 16 1895 Gas Fitters Apprentice Rotherhithe Surrey
    FEATHERSTONE, Stanley George Son M 5 1906 New X Parish of Deptford.
  8. [S1394] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America, From Southhampton arrived Wellington
    No. 260 Featherstone, Miss G.L. aged 24, Female Book Keeper/Receptionist, Birth Place England,
    N0. 261 James F. Featherstone aged 27 Labourer born England.
  9. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), birth registration index Lilian I E Featherstone
    Mother's Maiden Surname: Harding
    Mar 1928 Greenwich LDN 1d 1346 (1837-2010).

Ernest John Featherstone

M, #6600, b. 7 May 1919, d. October 1990
Father*Ernest John Featherstone b. 1874, d. Mar 1946
Mother*Harriet Garner b. c Dec 1881
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     Ernest John Featherstone was born on 7 May 1919 at Shattering Staple, Kent, EnglandG.1 He was the son of Ernest John Featherstone and Harriet Garner. Ernest John Featherstone was born on 9 May 1919.2 He died in October 1990 aged aged 71.3 He His death was registered in the Dover registration district in the quarter of October 1990 Vol./Page 16,1093,1090.4
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2485

Citations

  1. [S19] Unknown author, birth certificate, Registration District Eastry
    1919 birth in sub dist of Wingham in the county of Kent
    7th May 1919 Shattering Staple RO
    Ernest John boy
    father Ernest John Featherstone
    mother Harriet Featherstone formerly Garner
    fathers occ, farm labourer
    signature of informant, E J Featherstone father, Shattering Staple 7 June 1919.
  2. [S3] As per use, death registration index, Date given for date of birth in the death indexes.
  3. [S3] As per use, death registration index, death registration index Ernest John Featherstone October/90 age 71 birth date 9 May 1919 Dover Kent Volume: 16 Page: 1093.
  4. [S3] As per use, death registration index, Death registration details death registration index Ernest John Featherstone October/90 age 71 birth date 9 May 1919 Dover Kent Volume: 16 Page: 1093.