Catherine Featherstone1

F, #6781, b. 11 August 1774
Father*Stephen Fetherstone2 b. 26 Dec 1739, d. b 1 Apr 1803
Mother*Lucy Feakins2 b. c 1740
     Catherine Featherstone was baptized on 11 August 1774 at Parish Church, Bredgar, Kent, EnglandG.2 She is the daughter of Stephen Fetherstone and Lucy Feakins.2
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited23 Aug 2013
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Citations

  1. [S5] At church, parish registers.
  2. [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."

William Daniels1

M, #6782
     Y. Kent Database; Y.

Family

Elizabeth Feverstone b. 21 Aug 1768
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
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  1. [S5] At church, parish registers.

Elizabeth Feverstone1

F, #6783, b. 21 August 1768
Father*Stephen Fetherstone2 b. 26 Dec 1739, d. b 1 Apr 1803
Mother*Lucy Feakins2,3 b. c 1740
     Elizabeth Feverstone was baptized on 21 August 1768 at Parish Church, Bredgar, Kent, EnglandG.2 She was the daughter of Stephen Fetherstone and Lucy Feakins.2,3
     Kent Database; Y. Y. As of 21 August 1768, Elizabeth Feverstone was also known as Fetherstone.2 As of 4 January 1790,her married name was Daniels. She witnessed the Appeared in court at for Plea to court by descendants for right to Stephen's land. after 1 April 1803.4
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Citations

  1. [S5] At church, parish registers.
  2. [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."
  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. [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.
    "

Elizabeth Casingham

F, #6784, b. circa 1877, d. September 1947
ChartsJohn Featherstone cir 1663- Kent
John Feverstone married in 1688 in Kent
     Elizabeth Casingham was born circa 1877 at Maidstone, Kent, EnglandG.1,2 Thomas William Featherstone and Elizabeth Casingham marriage was registered in Maidstone district Vol/Page 2a.1654 in the quarter of June 1903.3 She Her death was registered in the Maidstone registration district in the quarter of September 1947 Vol./Page 5b.517 70.1 She died on 25 September 1947 at 13 Milton Street, Maidstone, Kent, EnglandG.4 Her estate was probated on 9 December 1947 at Probate Court, London, London, EnglandG, to Thomas William Featherstone basketmaker. Effects £163 14s. 6d.5
     Kent Database; Y. Y. As of 1903,her married name was Featherstone. She wasenumerated as the Wife of Thomas William Featherstone in the Census on 2 April 1911 Thomas William Featherstone Occupation was a basket maker living at 13 Milton Street, Maidstone, Kent, EnglandG.2 As of September 1947, Elizabeth Casingham was also known as Elizabeth Featherston in Death indexes both as Featherstone & Featherston.1 Elizabeth Casingham was 70 at death as of September 1947.1

Family

Thomas William Featherstone b. Mar 1877, d. Dec 1950
Children
Last Edited1 Nov 2013
ReferenceP2670

Citations

  1. [S3] As per use, death registration index, Taken from the index of freebmd web site.
  2. [S1911] 2009 Census filmed, Room 1.015, Government Buildings, Cardiff Road, Newport, South Wales, as per citation, 1911 census RG14/4155/6
    13 Milton Street, Maidstone, Kent
    Thomas Featherstone head M 34 basket maker Maidstone, Kent
    Elizabeth Featherstone wife 33 married 7 years 2 children 1 living 1 died Maidstone, Kent
    Lilian Featherstone dau 5 Maidstone, Kent.
  3. [S3] As per use, death registration index, Marriage indexes.
  4. [S194] Unknown author, Probate, probate
    FEATHERSTONE Elizabeth of 13 Milton-street Maidstone (wife of Thomas William Featherstone) died 25 September 1947
    Administration London 9 December to the said Thomas William Featherstone basketmaker. Effects £163 14s. 6d.
  5. [S194] Unknown author, Probate, probate
    FEATHERSTONE Elizabeth of 13 Milton-street Maidstone (wife of Thomas William Featherstone) died 25 September 1947
    Administration London 9 December to the said Thomas William Featherstone basketmaker. Effects £163 14s. 6d.

Robert Montague Bayliss1

M, #6785, b. circa 1871
     Robert Montague Bayliss was born circa 1871.1 He married Kate Elizabeth Draper, daughter of George Draper, in December 1895 at Brighton, Sussex, EnglandG.2

Family

Kate Elizabeth Draper b. 11 Jan 1877, d. Jun 1953
Child
Last Edited7 Nov 2016

Citations

  1. [S2273] Various, Newspaper Article-Police Gazette, Police Gazettes
    Robert Montague Baylis Age: 28 Birth Year: abt 1871 Event Type: Wanted Event Date: 28 Jun 1899 Event Place: Chertsey Publication Date: 28 Jul 1899 Role in Crime: Perpetrator
    For leaving his wife and children chargeable to the Chertsey Union 28th ult. Robert Montague Baylis age 28 height 5ft 5 or 6in complexion fresh, hair dark brown, eyes brown, dent in centre of forehead. Has worked in stables and also as a bricklayer's labourer. Warrant issues. Information to Supt Hackmann, Chertsey.
  2. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use, marriage registration index Dec 1895 Brighton SSX 2b 512
    Robert Montague Bayliss
    Kate Elizabeth Draper (1837-1965).
  3. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), BAYLISS, MAUDE ADELAIDE ELLEN      DRAPER      Order
    GRO Reference: 1899 S Quarter in CHERTSEY Volume 02A Page 62 (1837-2010).

Ethel Emma Featherstone

F, #6786, b. March 1908
Father*Thomas William Featherstone b. Mar 1877, d. Dec 1950
Mother*Elizabeth Casingham b. c 1877, d. Sep 1947
ChartsJohn Featherstone cir 1663- Kent
John Feverstone married in 1688 in Kent
     Ethel Emma Featherstone Her Birth was registered in the Maidstone district in the quarter of March 1908 Vol/Page at 2a.929.1 She is the daughter of Thomas William Featherstone and Elizabeth Casingham. Ethel Emma Featherstone was baptized on 22 March 1908 at St Michael and All Angels, Maidstone, Kent, EnglandG; daughter of Thomas William and Elizabeth Featherstone.2
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited15 Dec 2014
ReferenceP2672

Citations

  1. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), birth registration index Ethel Emma Featherstone Mar 1908 Maidstone KEN 2a 929 (1837-2010).
  2. [S148] Unknown author, bishop's transcripts.

John Woodhill

M, #6787
     Y. Kent Database; Y.

Family

Mary Featherstone b. 29 Aug 1819
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2673

Thomas Feverstone1

M, #6788, b. circa 1737, d. 1810
     Thomas Feverstone was born circa 1737.1 He married Sarah (Unknown) before 1773.2 Thomas Feverstone died in 1810 at Rodmersham, Kent, EnglandG. He was buried on 6 February 1810 at St Nicholas, Rodmersham, Kent, EnglandG, aged 73.1
     Kent Database; Y. Y. He These are the entries in the parish records for Rodmersham, Kent
BAPTISMS
4 April 1773 William Feverstone son of Thomas and Sarah

BURIALS
6 February 1810 Thomas Featherstone age 73
23 February 1786 Jane Fetherstone
19 May 1797 Sarah Fetherstone wife of Thomas

I am assuming they all refer to this family 12 January 2003. Thomas Feverstone was also known as Thomas Featherstone.1 Thomas Feverstone was also known as Thomas Fetherstone.1

Family

Sarah (Unknown) d. 1797
Children
Last Edited13 Nov 2014
ReferenceP2674

Citations

  1. [S5] At church, parish registers.
  2. [S879] W. P Featherstone, "Estimation."

Sarah (Unknown)

F, #6789, d. 1797
     Sarah (Unknown) married Thomas Feverstone before 1773.1 Sarah (Unknown) died in 1797 at Rodmersham, Kent, EnglandG. She was buried on 19 May 1797 at St Nicholas, Rodmersham, Kent, EnglandG, wife of Thomas.2
     Y. Kent Database; Y. As of before 1773,her married name was Feverstone.1

Family

Thomas Feverstone b. c 1737, d. 1810
Children
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2675

Citations

  1. [S879] W. P Featherstone, "Estimation."
  2. [S5] At church, parish registers.

William Feverstone

M, #6790, b. circa 1773
Father*Thomas Feverstone b. c 1737, d. 1810
Mother*Sarah (Unknown) d. 1797
     William Feverstone was born circa 1773 at Rodmersham, Kent, EnglandG.1 He is the son of Thomas Feverstone and Sarah (Unknown). William Feverstone was christened on 4 April 1773 at St Nicholas, Rodmersham, Kent, EnglandG; son of Thomas and Sarah Feverstone.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2676

Citations

  1. [S5] At church, parish registers.

Jane Fetherstone

F, #6791, b. before 1786, d. 1786
Father*Thomas Feverstone b. c 1737, d. 1810
Mother*Sarah (Unknown) d. 1797
     Jane Fetherstone was born before 1786.1 She died in 1786 at Rodmersham, Kent, EnglandG. She was the daughter of Thomas Feverstone and Sarah (Unknown). Jane Fetherstone was buried on 23 February 1786 at St Nicholas, Rodmersham, Kent, EnglandG.2
     Y. She I am ASSUMING Jane is the daughter of Thomas and Sarah - other than time and place I have nothing else to base this assumption on. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2677

Citations

  1. [S879] W. P Featherstone, "Estimation."
  2. [S5] At church, parish registers.

Mary Fetherstone

F, #6792, b. circa 1739
Father*William Fetherstone b. a 1706
Mother*Judith Reeve
     Mary Fetherstone was born circa 1739 at Rolvenden, Kent, EnglandG. She is the daughter of William Fetherstone and Judith Reeve. Mary Fetherstone was christened on 30 September 1739 at St Mary the Virgin, Rolvenden, Kent, EnglandG; daughter of William and Judith Fetherstone otp.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2678

Citations

  1. [S5] At church, parish registers.

Judith Fetherstone

F, #6793, b. circa 1744, d. 1813
Father*William Fetherstone b. a 1706
Mother*Judith Reeve
     Judith Fetherstone was born circa 1744 at Rolvenden, Kent, EnglandG. She was the daughter of William Fetherstone and Judith Reeve. Judith Fetherstone was christened on 25 March 1744 at St Mary the Virgin, Rolvenden, Kent, EnglandG; daughter of William and Judith Faversham otp.1 She died in 1813 at Benenden, Kent, EnglandG. She was buried on 22 December 1813 at St George, Benenden, Kent, EnglandG.2
     Y. Kent Database; Y. Judith Fetherstone was also known as Judith Faversham.1 She lived in 1767 at Benenden, Kent, EnglandG.1 As of 28 April 1767,her married name was Haines.1
Last Edited13 Nov 2014
ReferenceP620

Citations

  1. [S5] At church, parish registers.
  2. [S58] Lee Jacobs, "Lee Jacobs," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.

Elizabeth Feverstone

F, #6794, b. circa 1773
Father*Thomas Fetherstone
Mother*Martha Webb
     Elizabeth Feverstone was born circa 1773 at Rolvenden, Kent, EnglandG. She is the daughter of Thomas Fetherstone and Martha Webb. Elizabeth Feverstone was christened on 23 November 1773 at St Mary the Virgin, Rolvenden, Kent, EnglandG; daughter of Thomas and Martha Feverstone.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2680

Citations

  1. [S5] At church, parish registers.

Mary Feverstone

F, #6795, b. circa 1775
Father*Thomas Fetherstone
Mother*Martha Webb
     Mary Feverstone was born circa 1775 at Rolvenden, Kent, EnglandG. She is the daughter of Thomas Fetherstone and Martha Webb. Mary Feverstone was christened on 17 April 1775 at St Mary the Virgin, Rolvenden, Kent, EnglandG; daughter of Thomas and Martha Feverstone.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2681

Citations

  1. [S5] At church, parish registers.

Thomas George Featherstone1

M, #6796, b. 10 December 1861, d. 6 October 1896
Father*Thomas Christopher Featherstone b. 4 Aug 1841, d. 5 Dec 1930
Mother*Martha Eliza Mackglew b. 4 May 1842, d. 29 Aug 1914
     Thomas George Featherstone His Birth was registered in the St Lukes district in the quarter of December 1861 Vol/Page at 1b.619.2 He was born on 10 December 1861 at London, EnglandG.3 He was the son of Thomas Christopher Featherstone and Martha Eliza Mackglew. Thomas George Featherstone married Bertha Woods on 18 May 1889 at Carleton Place, County of Lanark, Ontario, CanadaG.4 Thomas George Featherstone was buried in 1896 at Arnprior, Renfrew County, Ontario, CanadaG.3 He died on 6 October 1896 at Ontario, CanadaG.3
     Kent Database; Y. Y. As of December 1861, Thomas George Featherstone was also known as Thomas George Fetherstone.5 He was a painter on 3 April 1881.6

Family

Bertha Woods b. c 1872
Last Edited15 Dec 2014
ReferenceP2682

Citations

  1. [S50] Colleen, "Colleen," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.
  2. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), Taken from St Catherines House GRO index.
    birth registration index Thomas George Fetherstone Dec 1861 St Luke MDX 1b.619 (1837-2010).
  3. [S82] Lynn Burdick, "Lynn Burdick," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.
  4. [S12] Marriage certificate: Marriage certificate from Colleen e-mail address
    Schedule B - Marriages 006635 (No. 14)
    County of Lanark Division of Carleton Place (Ontario)
    Marriage Date: 18 May, 1889

    Groom- Name: Thomas George Featherstone
    Age: 23 (Bachelor)
    Residence when married: Ottawa, Ont.
    Occupation: Painter
    Place of Birth: London, England
    Religion: Episcopalian
    Name of Parents: Thomas and Martha (CoE)
    Bride- Name: Bertha Woods
    Age: 17 (Spinster)
    Residence when married: Carleton Place, Ont.
    Place of Birth: Yorkshire, England
    Religion: Episcopalian
    Name of Parents: Peter and Tabitha
    Names & Addresses of Witnesses:
    John Swan and Eliza Swan of Carleton Place, Ontario
    Married by: Rev. D. McDonald.
  5. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), Taken from St Catherines House GRO index (1837-2010).
  6. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.

Lizzie Amy Featherstone1

F, #6797, b. 3 December 1867
Father*Thomas Christopher Featherstone b. 4 Aug 1841, d. 5 Dec 1930
Mother*Martha Eliza Mackglew b. 4 May 1842, d. 29 Aug 1914
     Lizzie Amy Featherstone Her Birth was registered in the Shoreditch district in the quarter of December 1867 Vol/Page at 1c.97.2 She was born on 3 December 1867 at 52 Thomas Street, hackney Road, Shoreditch, London, LND, EnglandG.3,4 She was born on 3 December 1867 at 52 Thomas Street, Hackney Road, Shoreditch, London, LND, EnglandG.5 She was the daughter of Thomas Christopher Featherstone and Martha Eliza Mackglew. Lizzie Amy Featherstone was baptized on 15 March 1868 at Saint Leonards, Shoreditch, London, LND, EnglandG; daughter of Thomas Featherstone and Martha.6,4
     Kent Database; Y. Y. As of December 1867, Lizzie Amy Featherstone was also known as Lizzy Amy Featherstone.7
Last Edited15 Dec 2014
ReferenceP2683

Citations

  1. [S50] Colleen, "Colleen," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.
  2. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), birth registration index Lizzy Amy Featherstone Dec 1867 Shoreditch MDX 1c.97 (1837-2010).
  3. [S19] Unknown author, birth certificate, 1867 Birth in the sub District of St Leonard in the County Of Middlesex
    No. When and were born Name Sex Name and surname of Father
    329 3rd December 1867 Lizzy Amy Girl Thomas Featherstone
    Name surname & maiden name of Mother Occupation of Father paper hanger
    Martha Featherstone formerly McGlew
    Signature, description and residence of When Registered
    Informant Thirty First of December 1867
    X the mark of Martha Featherstone Mother 52 Thomas Street, Hackney Road, Shoreditch.
  4. [S523] Not given, baptism register: baptism solemnized in the parish of St Leonard, Shoreditch in the county of Middlesex
    15 March 1868 Lizzy Amy daughter of Thomas and Martha Featherstone of 8 Luke Street house painter born 3 December 1867, Ancestry Web site.
  5. [S19] Unknown author, birth certificate.
  6. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America, IGI Lizzy Amy Featherstone Birth 3 December 1867 Christening 15 March 1868 Saint Leonard's, Shoreditch, London Father Thomas Featherstone mother Martha Batch No. C040809.
  7. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry) (1837-2010).

Catherine Henrietta Featherstone1

F, #6798, b. 19 January 1870, d. 1899
Father*Thomas Christopher Featherstone b. 4 Aug 1841, d. 5 Dec 1930
Mother*Martha Eliza Mackglew b. 4 May 1842, d. 29 Aug 1914
     Catherine Henrietta Featherstone was born on 19 January 1870 at 1 New Street, Shoreditch, London, LND, EnglandG.2,3 She was the daughter of Thomas Christopher Featherstone and Martha Eliza Mackglew. Catherine Henrietta Featherstone was baptized on 20 February 1870 at St Philip's, Bethnal Green, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.3 She Her Birth was registered in the Shoreditch district in the quarter of March 1870 Vol/Page at 1c.89.4 She died in 1899 at CanadaG.5 She was buried in 1899 at Arnprior, Renfrew County, Ontario, CanadaG.
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited15 Dec 2014
ReferenceP2684

Citations

  1. [S50] Colleen, "Colleen," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.
  2. [S19] Unknown author, birth certificate, Registration District Shoreditch
    1870 Birth in the sub District of St Leonard in the County Of Middlesex

    No. When and were born Name Sex Name and surname of Father
    226 Nineteenth January 1870 Catherine Girl Thomas Christopher
    1 New Street Henrietta Featherstone

    Name surname & maiden name of Mother Occupation of Father
    Martha Featherstone Paper Hanger

    Signature and description of Informant When Registered
    X the mark of Martha Featherstone 28th February 1870
    Mother 1 New Street, Shoreditch.
  3. [S1644] Baptisms, baptism register St Philips, Bethnal Green: baptism solemnized in the parish of St Philip's, Bethnal Green in the parish of Middlesex
    20 February 1870 Catherine Henrietta daughter of Thomas and Martha Featherstone of 1 New Street paper hanger born 19 January 1870, Ancestry Web site.
  4. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), Taken from Birth Index at St Catherines House London. birth registration index Featherstone, Catherine Henrietta Mar 1870 Shoreditch MDX 1c.89 (1837-2010).
  5. [S82] Lynn Burdick, "Lynn Burdick," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.

Robert Henry Featherstone1

M, #6799, b. 22 December 1872, d. 3 September 1956
Father*Thomas Christopher Featherstone b. 4 Aug 1841, d. 5 Dec 1930
Mother*Martha Eliza Mackglew b. 4 May 1842, d. 29 Aug 1914
     Robert Henry Featherstone was born on 22 December 1872 at Arnprior, Renfrew County, Ontario, CanadaG.2 He was the son of Thomas Christopher Featherstone and Martha Eliza Mackglew. Robert Henry Featherstone died on 3 September 1956 at Cuyahoga Falls, Summit County, Ohio, United States of AmericaG.2
     Kent Database; Y. He Lynn Burdick is descended from Robert Henry.

Robert Henry eventually moved to Ohio where he raised his family but as far as I know, no other persons of my line left Canada. It may be possible that some of Thomas snr's siblings/cousins etc. may have moved to North America, however to date, there is nothing that I have found to substantiate same. It is my understanding that only Thomas and Martha left England but I certainly do welcome any information that may shed more light on this particular line. Colleen & Dennis [colleend@jaggednet.com]. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2685

Citations

  1. [S50] Colleen, "Colleen," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.
  2. [S82] Lynn Burdick, "Lynn Burdick," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.

(Unknown) Featherstone

M, #6800
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2686

Edward Featherstone1

M, #6801
Father*(Unknown) Featherstone
Mother*Elizabeth (Unknown)
     Edward Featherstone is the son of (Unknown) Featherstone and Elizabeth (Unknown).
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP1476

Citations

  1. [S62] Alan Reader, "Alan Reader," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.

Ann (Unknown)

F, #6802, b. 2 April 1800, d. 14 April 1872
     Ann (Unknown) was born on 2 April 1800 at EnglandG.1 She married William Featherstone, son of (Unknown) Featherstone and Elizabeth (Unknown), circa 1821.2 Ann (Unknown) died on 14 April 1872 at Wisconsin, United States of AmericaG, aged age 72 years 12days.1
     Kent Database; Y. Y. As of circa 1821,her married name was Featherstone.2

Family

William Featherstone b. 29 Mar 1805, d. 18 Aug 1879
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2688

Citations

  1. [S62] Alan Reader, "Alan Reader," e-mail to Paul R Featherstone.
  2. [S879] W. P Featherstone, "Estimation."

Catherine Thomson Jeffreys

F, #6803, b. circa 1836, d. December 1920
     Catherine Thomson Jeffreys was born circa 1836 at Chatham, Kent, EnglandG.1 David Featherstone and Catherine Thomson Jeffreys marriage was registered in Medway district Vol/Page 2a.515 in the quarter of September 1861.2 She married David Featherstone, son of Jesse Featherstone and Elizabeth Ann Wilkins, 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.515.3,2 Catherine Thomson Jeffreys died in December 1920 at 2a.697, West Ham, ESS, England, 0.016969,51.5582G, aged age 84.4
     She Catherine Thompson Jefferys was the daughter of Thomas Jefferys and Mary Ann Hyde and sister to Agnes Thompson Welsh Jefferys my gg grandmother, since I last e-mail you I have read the films of Chatham marriages and have copies of Catherine's marriages first St. Pauls Chatham 1/9/1861 David Feathersone, 26, Bachelor, Gardener, Chatham, Father Jesse Featherstone, (Deceased) Labourer.
Catherine Thompson Jefferys, 25, Spinster, Chatham, Father Thomas Jefferys (Deceased) Clerk. Witnesses. Jesse Featherstone, Clariss ? Hyland her mark
St Marys Chatham 24/12/1867. James William Jeffries, 27, Bachelor, Corporal R.M Chatham, Father Samuel Jeffries, Carpenter.
Catherine Thompson Featherstone, Widow, Chatham, Father Thomas Jefferys (Deceased) Clark.
Witness. Mary Ann Jefferys (could be her mother or a missing sister) the other unreadable.

1881 census RG11/0997/37/24
11 Grove Terrace, Deal, Kent
Catherine T. Jeffries head M 45 F wife of colour sergeant Chatham, Kent
James O. Featherstone son U 19 M railway officer Royal Marines Rochester, Kent
David J. Featherstone son U 17 M porter Chatham, Kent
Ellen C. Jeffries dau 12 F scholar Chatham, Kent
Alice A. Jeffries dau 5 F scholar Chatham, Kent
James A. Jeffries son 9 M scholar Chatham, Kent

1881 census James William Jeffries aged 41 ship "Comus" Royal Marine Colour Sargent born Hallsworth Suffolk.
Kent Database; Y. Y. As of 1 September 1861,her married name was Featherstone. As of 24 December 1867,her married name was Jeffries. Catherine Thomson Jeffreys was the head of household in the census on 3 April 1881 occupation was a wife of colour sergeant living at 11 Grove Terrace, Deal, Kent, EnglandG.5

Family 1

David Featherstone b. c 1834, d. Jun 1863
Children
Last Edited26 Apr 2013
ReferenceP1350

Citations

  1. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.
  2. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use (1837-1965).
  3. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America.
  4. [S3] As per use, death registration index, death registration index Catherine Thompson Jeffries Dec 1920 West Ham ESS 2a 697 age 84.
  5. [S1881] National for England & Wales, "1881 census RG11/0997/37/24
    11 Grove Terrace, Deal, Kent
    Catherine T. Jeffries head M 45 F wife of colour sergeant Chatham, Kent
    James O. Featherstone son U 19 M railway officer Royal Marines Rochester, Kent
    David J. Featherstone son U 17 M porter Chatham, Kent
    Ellen C. Jeffries dau 12 F scholar Chatham, Kent
    Alice A. Jeffries dau 5 F scholar Chatham, Kent
    James A. Jeffries son 9 M scholar Chatham, Kent."

Louisa M Limbourne

F, #6804, b. circa 1889
Father*Thomas Henry Limbourne
Mother*Louisa Featherstone b. c 1854, d. Dec 1916
     Louisa M Limbourne was born circa 1889 at Greenwich, Kent, EnglandG.1 She is the daughter of Thomas Henry Limbourne and Louisa Featherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2690

Citations

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

Thomas George Featherstone

M, #6805, b. 25 January 1852
Father*William Henry Featherstone b. 24 Apr 1825, d. 26 Feb 1905
Mother*Mary Ann Clarke b. c 1832, d. Sep 1902; 1852 - unable to sign name when informing of birth of son Thomas George.
     Thomas George Featherstone was born on 25 January 1852 at 1 Nile Place, Newington, Surrey, EnglandG.1,2 He was the son of William Henry Featherstone and Mary Ann Clarke. Thomas George Featherstone His Birth was registered in the Newington district in the quarter of March 1852 Vol/Page at 1d.224.3
     Y. Kent Database; Y. He was enumerated as the son of William Henry Featherstone in the Census on 7 April 1861 William Henry Featherstone Occupation was a Shoemaker living at 11 York Buildings, Bermondsey, London, Surrey, EnglandG.4 Thomas George Featherstone was enumerated as the son of William Henry Featherstone in the Census on 2 April 1871 William Henry Featherstone Occupation was a Shoemaker living at 17 Clark's Buildings, Greenwich, London, Kent, EnglandG.5 Thomas George Featherstone lived on 2 April 1871 at Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich, Kent, EnglandG, with parents.6 He was a fishmonger in 1874.7 He lived in 1874 at 16 Clarkes Buildings, Greenwich, Kent, EnglandG.7 He was a fishmonger in 1876.8 He lived in 1876 at 4 Basing Folly, Mill Street, Greenwich, Kent, EnglandG.8 Thomas George Featherstone was the head of household in the census on 3 April 1881 occupation was a general dealer living at 1 Basings Folly, Greenwich, Kent, EnglandG.9 He was a general dealer on 3 April 1881.10 He was enumerated as the son of William Henry Featherstone in the Census on 5 April 1891 William Henry Featherstone Occupation was a Boot Maker living at 2 Plume of Feathers Cottages, Greenwich, Kent, EnglandG. Thomas was aged 40 and a costermonger Hawker.1 Thomas George Featherstone lived on 5 April 1891 at 2 Upper Street East, Greenwich, Kent, EnglandG, with parents - widower.11 He was a costermonger hawker on 5 April 1891.11 He was enumerated as the son of William Henry Featherstone in the Census on 31 March 1901 William Henry Featherstone Occupation was a Boot Maker living at 2 Plume of Feathers Cottages, Greenwich, Kent, EnglandG.12 Thomas George Featherstone lived on 31 March 1901 at 2 Plume of Feathers Cottages, Greenwich, Kent, EnglandG.13 He was a Baker on 31 March 1901.13

Family

Mary Southon
Children
Last Edited25 Feb 2017
ReferenceP84

Citations

  1. [S1891] National for England & Wales, "1891 census: RG12/511/85
    2 Plume of Feathers Cottages, St Alphage, Greenwich Kent
    3 rooms
    William Featherstone head M 67 bootmaker Tunbridge Wells, Kent
    Mary A Featherstone wife M 60 London Hoxton
    Thomas Featherstone son W 40 costermonger Hawker Newington."
  2. [S19] Unknown author, birth certificate, Birth in Registration District of St Mary Newington in the County of Surrey
    25th January 1852 at 1 Nile Place. Thomas George. Boy. Father William Featherstone. Mother Mary Ann Featherstone formerly Clarke. Occupation of father - shoe maker. X the mark of Mary Ann Featherstone mother 1 Nile Place, Newington 3rd March 1852.
  3. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), Taken from index by WP FEATHERSTONE
    Thomas George Featherstone Mar 1852 Newington SRY 1d.224 (1837-2010).
  4. [S1861] National for England & Wales, "1861 census RG9/329/51/42
    11 York Buildings, Bermondsey New Road, Bermondsey, Surrey
    Wm Featherstone head M 35 Shoemaker Bromley, Kent
    Mary Ann Featherstone wife M 29 Walworth, Surrey
    Thos Featherstone son 9 Walworth, Surrey
    Louisa Featherstone dau 7 Greenwich, Kent
    Elizabeth Featherstone dau 6 Bermondsey, Surrey
    William Featherstone son 2 Bermondsey, Surrey."
  5. [S1871] 2009 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1871 census RG10/757/27/15
    17 Clarks Buildings, Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich St Alphage Kent
    William Featherstone head M 44 shoemaker Kent, Tunbridge Wells
    Mary Ann Featherstone wife M 39 Surrey, Bermondsey
    Thomas Featherstone son U 19 Surrey, Newington
    William Featherstone son 12 Surrey, Bermondsey
    George Featherstone son 10 scholar Kent, Greenwich
    Mary Ann Featherstone dau 6 scholar Kent, Greenwich
    Charles Featherstone son 4 scholar Kent, Greenwich
    Arthur Featherstone son 2 Kent, Greenwich.
  6. [S1871] 2009 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation.
  7. [S5] At church, parish registers.
  8. [S140] Unknown author, baptism register of daughter.
  9. [S1881] National for England & Wales, "1881 census RG11/0724/94/19
    1 Basings Folly, Greenwich, Kent
    Thomas Featherson head M 28 general dealer Greenwich, Kent
    Mary Featherson wife M 28 Greenwich, Kent
    William T. Featherson son 6 scholar Greenwich, Kent
    Louisa Featherson dau 4 Greenwich, Kent
    William Southon brother in law U 30 general dealer Greenwich, Kent."
  10. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.
  11. [S1891] National for England & Wales,.
  12. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1901 census RG13/539/89
    2 Plume of Feathers Court, Greenwich
    William Featherstone head M 76 bootmaker worker Kent, Bromley
    Mary A Featherstone wife M 69 (Brides Lane?]
    Thomas Featherstone son S 42 baker worker London, Greenwich
    George Featherstone son S 39 hawker worker London, Greenwich.
  13. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation.
  14. [S1278] Baptism Transcript, Christchurch, East Greenwich, unknown period "Surname:      Featherstone
    Forenames:      James Frederick
    Baptism Year:      1882
    Baptism Month:      AUG
    Baptism Day:      16
    Mother:      Mary
    Father:      Thomas
    Birth Year:      
    Birth Month:      
    Birth Day:      
    Place:      Christchurch
    County:      Kent
    Source:      East Greenwich Christchurch baptisms 1868-1912
    Notes:      
    Record source:      Thames & Medway Baptisms
    Data provider:      Rob Cottrell, Trueflare Limited."
  15. [S1278] Baptism Transcript, Christchurch, East Greenwich, unknown period "Surname:      Featherstone
    Forenames:      James Charles
    Baptism Year:      1884
    Baptism Month:      MAY
    Baptism Day:      7
    Mother:      Mary
    Father:      Thomas
    Birth Year:      
    Birth Month:      
    Birth Day:      
    Place:      Christchurch
    County:      Kent
    Source:      East Greenwich Christchurch baptisms 1868-1912
    Notes:      
    Record source:      Thames & Medway Baptisms
    Data provider:      Rob Cottrell, Trueflare Limited."

Mary Southon1,2,3

F, #6806, b. circa 1853
     Mary Southon was born circa 1853 at Greenwich, Kent, EnglandG.4
     Y. Kent Database; Y.

Family 1

Thomas George Featherstone b. 25 Jan 1852
Children

Family 2

Charles Satford b. c 1847
Last Edited29 May 2015
ReferenceP2692

Citations

  1. [S1881] National for England & Wales, "1881 census RG11/0724/94/19
    1 Basings Folly, Greenwich, Kent
    Thomas Featherson head M 28 general dealer Greenwich, Kent
    Mary Featherson wife M 28 Greenwich, Kent
    William T Featherson son 6 scholar Greenwich, Kent
    Louisa Featherson dau 4 Greenwich, Kent
    William Southon brother in law U 30 general dealer Greenwich, Kent."
  2. [S1861] National for England & Wales, "1861 census RG9/311/28/32
    cottage in field, Manchester Road, Poplar, Middlesex
    William Southon head M 39 labourer on barge Kent, Headarn?
    Harriet Southon wife M 37 Kent, Sandwich
    William Southon son 11 Hastings
    Mary Southon dau 8 scholar Kent, Greenwich
    James Southon son 5 scholar Kent, Greenwich
    Sarah A Southon dau 1 Kent, Greenwich."
  3. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), birth registration index Mary Southon Jun 1854 Greenwich KEN 1d 567 (1837-2010).
  4. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.
  5. [S1278] Baptism Transcript, Christchurch, East Greenwich, unknown period "Surname:      Featherstone
    Forenames:      James Frederick
    Baptism Year:      1882
    Baptism Month:      AUG
    Baptism Day:      16
    Mother:      Mary
    Father:      Thomas
    Birth Year:      
    Birth Month:      
    Birth Day:      
    Place:      Christchurch
    County:      Kent
    Source:      East Greenwich Christchurch baptisms 1868-1912
    Notes:      
    Record source:      Thames & Medway Baptisms
    Data provider:      Rob Cottrell, Trueflare Limited."
  6. [S1278] Baptism Transcript, Christchurch, East Greenwich, unknown period "Surname:      Featherstone
    Forenames:      James Charles
    Baptism Year:      1884
    Baptism Month:      MAY
    Baptism Day:      7
    Mother:      Mary
    Father:      Thomas
    Birth Year:      
    Birth Month:      
    Birth Day:      
    Place:      Christchurch
    County:      Kent
    Source:      East Greenwich Christchurch baptisms 1868-1912
    Notes:      
    Record source:      Thames & Medway Baptisms
    Data provider:      Rob Cottrell, Trueflare Limited."

Charles John Naylor

M, #6807, b. circa 1890
Father*Charles Joseph Naylor b. c 1863, d. 22 Jul 1913
Mother*Elizabeth Ann Featherstone b. Sep 1866, d. 13 Aug 1956
     Charles John Naylor was born circa 1890 at Rainham, Kent, EnglandG.1 He is the son of Charles Joseph Naylor and Elizabeth Ann Featherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2693

Citations

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

Georgina Naylor

F, #6808, b. 1892
Father*Charles Joseph Naylor b. c 1863, d. 22 Jul 1913
Mother*Elizabeth Ann Featherstone b. Sep 1866, d. 13 Aug 1956
     Georgina Naylor was born in 1892 at Rainham, Kent, EnglandG.1 She was the daughter of Charles Joseph Naylor and Elizabeth Ann Featherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Georgina Naylor birth registration index Georgina Naylor Mar 1892 Milton KEN 2a 878. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2694

Citations

  1. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), (Mar 1892 Milton KEN 2a 878) (1837-2010).

James Joseph Naylor

M, #6809, b. circa 1894
Father*Charles Joseph Naylor b. c 1863, d. 22 Jul 1913
Mother*Elizabeth Ann Featherstone b. Sep 1866, d. 13 Aug 1956
     James Joseph Naylor was born circa 1894 at Rochester, Kent, EnglandG.1 He is the son of Charles Joseph Naylor and Elizabeth Ann Featherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2695

Citations

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

Elizabeth Ann Naylor

F, #6810, b. circa 1897
Father*Charles Joseph Naylor b. c 1863, d. 22 Jul 1913
Mother*Elizabeth Ann Featherstone b. Sep 1866, d. 13 Aug 1956
     Elizabeth Ann Naylor was born circa 1897 at Rochester, Kent, EnglandG.1 She is the daughter of Charles Joseph Naylor and Elizabeth Ann Featherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2696

Citations

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