Minnie Elizabeth Dean

F, #6901, b. circa 1873
     Minnie Elizabeth Dean was born circa 1873 at Eastbourne, Sussex, EnglandG.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.

Family

Frederick Featherstone b. 1870
Children
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
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Citations

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

Cecil Frederick Featherstone

M, #6902, b. 1897, d. 25 April 1915
Father*Frederick Featherstone b. 1870
Mother*Minnie Elizabeth Dean
     Cecil Frederick Featherstone was born in 1897 at Lewisham, London, Surrey, EnglandG.1 He was the son of Frederick Featherstone and Minnie Elizabeth Dean. Cecil Frederick Featherstone His Birth was registered in the Lewisham district in the quarter of March 1897 Vol/Page at 1b.1217.2 He died on 25 April 1915 at Ypres, BelgiumG, aged age 18.3,4
     Y. Kent Database; Y. He was enumerated as the son of Frederick Featherstone in the Census on 31 March 1901 Frederick Featherstone Occupation was a stockbrokers clerk living at 49 Mount Pleasant Road, Lewisham, London, Kent, EnglandG.5
Last Edited15 Dec 2014
ReferenceP2789

Citations

  1. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation.
  2. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), birth registration index Cecil Frederick Featherstone Mar 1897 Lewisham KEN 1d 1217 (1837-2010).
  3. [S44] Website commonwealth wargraves commision (http://www.cwgc.org) "Commonwealth War Graves Commission
    In Memory of Lieutenant Cecil Frederick Featherstone 3rd Bn. attd. 2nd Bn., East Surrey Regiment who died age 18 on 25 April 1915
    Eldest son of Frederick and Minnie Elizabeth Featherstone, of 30, Plough Lane, Purley, Surrey. Remembered with honour Ypres (MENIN GATE) MEMORIAL."
  4. [S120] The Times, The Times, The Times Saturday May 5 1915 page 1 column A
    Featherstone killed in action near Ypres, Sunday April 25th Second Lieut. Cecil Frederick Featherstone aged 18, eldest and dearly loved son of Mr and Mrs Frederick Featherstone of Purley.
  5. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1901 census RG13/553/139/27
    49 Mount Pleasant Road, Lewisham, London
    Frederic Featherstone head M 30 stockbrokers clerk London, New Cross
    Minnie Featherstone wife M 28 Sussex, Eastbourne
    Cecil Featherstone son 4 London, Lewisham
    Gladys Featherstone dau 1 London, Lewisham
    Helen Mawn serv 20 general servant domestic London, Kennington.

Gladys May Featherstone

F, #6903, b. March 1900
Father*Frederick Featherstone b. 1870
Mother*Minnie Elizabeth Dean
     Gladys May Featherstone was born in 1900 at Lewisham, London, Surrey, EnglandG.1 She Her Birth was registered in the Lewisham district in the quarter of March 1900 Vol/Page at 1d.1257.2 She was the daughter of Frederick Featherstone and Minnie Elizabeth Dean.
     Y. Kent Database; Y. Gladys May Featherstone was enumerated as the daughter of Frederick Featherstone in the Census on 31 March 1901 Frederick Featherstone Occupation was a stockbrokers clerk living at 49 Mount Pleasant Road, Lewisham, London, Kent, EnglandG.3 Gladys May Featherstone was enumerated as the daughter of Frederick Featherstone in the Census on 2 April 1911 Frederick Featherstone Occupation was a stock and share jobber living at Mount Pleasant, Plough Lane, Coulsdon, Surrey, EnglandG.4
Last Edited15 Dec 2014
ReferenceP2790

Citations

  1. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation.
  2. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), Collected May 2000. birth registration index Gladys May Featherstone Mar 1900 Lewisham KEN 1d 1257 (1837-2010).
  3. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1901 census RG13/553/139/27
    49 Mount Pleasant Road, Lewisham, London
    Frederic Featherstone head M 30 stockbrokers clerk London, New Cross
    Minnie Featherstone wife M 28 Sussex, Eastbourne
    Cecil Featherstone son 4 London, Lewisham
    Gladys Featherstone dau 1 London, Lewisham
    Helen Mawn serv 20 general servant domestic London, Kennington.
  4. [S1911] 2009 Census filmed, Room 1.015, Government Buildings, Cardiff Road, Newport, South Wales, as per citation, 1911 census
    Mount Pleasant, Plough Lane, Coulsdon, Surrey
    Frederick Featherstone head M 40 stock and share jobber New Cross, London
    Minnie Elizabeth Featherstone wife M 39 Eastbourne, Sussex (married 16 years)
    Gladys Featherstone dau 11 school girl Lewisham, London
    Stanley Featherstone son 8 Purley, Surrey
    Florence S Dean sister in law S 26 Eastbourne, Sussex
    Edith Stride serv S 19 housemaid domestic Croydon, Surrey
    Alma Kate Wood serv S 18 cook domestic Lingfield, Surrey.

Frederick Richard Featherstone

M, #6904, b. December 1873
Father*Thomas Featherstone b. 20 Jan 1814, d. Mar 1884
Mother*Fanny Baker b. 1841, d. Jun 1892
     Frederick Richard Featherstone was born in 1873 at Redhill, Surrey, EnglandG.1,2 He His Birth was registered in the Reigate district in the quarter of December 1873 Vol/Page at 2a.155.2 He was the son of Thomas Featherstone and Fanny Baker.
     Y. Kent Database; Y. Frederick Richard Featherstone was enumerated as the son of Thomas Featherstone in the Census on 3 April 1881 Thomas Featherstone Occupation was a ink manufacturer living at Trumps Green, Egham, Surrey, EnglandG.3 As of 1891, Frederick Richard Featherstone was also known as Richard Featherstone.4 He was enumerated as the son of Thomas Peregrine Featherstone in the Census on 5 April 1891 Thomas Peregrine Featherstone Occupation was a Builders Foreman living at Trumps Green, Egham, Berkshire, EnglandG.4 Frederick Richard Featherstone was the head of household in the census on on 31 March 1901 at 3 Cromer Villas, Lambeth, London, Surrey, EnglandG, occupation was a plumber.5 He lived in 1909 at 6 Dorien Road, Merton, Surrey, EnglandG.6 He was the head of household in the census on on 2 April 1911 at 40 Edna Road, Bushey Mead, Wimbledon, Surrey, EnglandG.7 He lived between 1927 and 1938 at 57 Sydney Road, Raynes Park, London, Surrey, EnglandG.8,9,10
Last Edited16 May 2017
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Citations

  1. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.
  2. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), Taken from birth indexes General Register Office.
    birth registration index Frederick Richard Featherstone Dec 1873 Reigate SRY 2a.155 (1837-2010).
  3. [S1881] National for England & Wales, "1881 census RG11/1321/131/30
    Trumps Green, Egham, Surrey
    Thomas Featherstone head M Male 66 ink manufacturer Plymouth, Devon
    Frances Featherstone Wife M Female 37 Guildford, Surrey
    Thomas P. Featherstone son U Male 37 builders foreman London Southwark, Middlesex
    Margaret M. Featherstone dau Female 29 London Southwark , Middlesex
    Fanny Featherstone dau Female 11 scholar Redhill, Surrey
    Florence Featherstone dau Female 10 scholar Redhill, Surrey
    Frederick K. Featherstone son Male 7 scholar Redhill, Surrey
    George B. Featherstone son Male 2 Trumps Green Egham, Surrey
    Mary A. Wade Visitor Female 45 housekeeper domestic Woodbridge, Suffolk."
  4. [S1891] National for England & Wales, "1891 Census
    RG number: RG12 Piece: 1009 Folio: 122 Page: 17
    Reg. District: Windsor. Sub District: Egham
    Parish: Egham. Enum. District: 7
    Ecclesiastical District: Christchurch
    Address: Trumps Green, Egham, Virginia Water, Berkshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Thomas P Head Single M 47 1844 Builders Foreman (place not enumerated)
    FEATHERSTONE, Frances Housekeeper Widow F 45 1846 Guildford, Surrey
    FEATHERSTONE, Fanny Daughter Single F 21 1870 Drapers Assistant Red Hill, Surrey
    FEATHERSTONE, Florence Daughter Single F 20 1871 Drapers Assistant Red Hill, Surrey
    FEATHERSTONE, Richard Son Single M 17 1874 Fitter Red Hill, Surrey
    FEATHERSTONE, George Son M 12 1879 Egham, Surrey."
  5. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1901 census RG13/414/31/53
    3 Cromer Villas Lambeth, London
    Frederick R Featherstone head M 26 plumber London, Borough
    Jessie S A Featherstone wife M 20 Suffolk, Ipswich
    Florence G Featherstone dau under 1mo London, Vauxhall
    Ann Parish m in law M 48 Suffolk, Stutton.
  6. [S86] Kelly, Kellys Guide, Kelly's Directory Merton 1909/1910
    Frederick Richard Featherstone, 6 Dorien Road, Merton.
  7. [S1911] 2009 Census filmed, Room 1.015, Government Buildings, Cardiff Road, Newport, South Wales, as per citation, 1911 Census
    RG number: RG14 Piece: 3455
    Reference: RG14PN3455 RG78PN129 RD39 SD6 ED35 SN100
    Registration District: Croydon. Sub District: Mitcham
    Enumeration District: 35. Parish: Merton
    Address: 40 Edna Road Bushey Mead Wimbledon SW, Surrey
    FEATHERSTONE, Frederick Richard Head Married M 39 1872 Master Plumber High St Borough London
    FEATHERSTONE, Jesse Wife Married 11 years F 30 1881 Ipswich Suffolk
    FEATHERSTONE, Florence Daughter F 10 1901 School Vauxhall London
    FEATHERSTONE, Ernest Son M 9 1902 School Ipswich Suffolk
    FEATHERSTONE, Winnie Daughter F 8 1903 School Wandsworth London
    FEATHERSTONE, William Son M 6 1905 School Wimbledon Surrey
    FEATHERSTONE, Eva Daughter F 4 1907 Merton Surrey
    FEATHERSTONE, Richard Son M 1 1910 Merton Surrey.
  8. [S87] Kelly, Kelly's Directory, 1936 Register of Electors Wimbledon
    57 Sydney Road
    Frederick Richard Featherstone
    Richard Featherstone
    Eva Featherstone.
  9. [S97] Unknown author, Electors Register Merton and Morden, 1927 elector's register Parliamentary Borough of Wimbledon
    57 Sydney Road (Bushey Mead Ward)
    Frederick Richard Featherstone
    Jessie Sarah Ann Featherstone.
  10. [S87] Kelly, Kelly's Directory, Kelly's Directory Merton 1938
    Fredk Richard Featherstone 57 Sydney Road.

George Baker Featherstone

M, #6905, b. 11 January 1879, d. 8 June 1917
Father*Thomas Featherstone b. 20 Jan 1814, d. Mar 1884
Mother*Fanny Baker b. 1841, d. Jun 1892
     George Baker Featherstone was born on 11 January 1879 at Trumps Green, Surrey, EnglandG.1,2 He was the son of Thomas Featherstone and Fanny Baker. George Baker Featherstone His Birth was registered in the Windsor district in the quarter of June 1879 Vol/Page at 2c.433.3 He died on 8 June 1917 at FranceG.4
     Y. Kent Database; Y. He was enumerated as the son of Thomas Featherstone in the Census on 3 April 1881 Thomas Featherstone Occupation was a ink manufacturer living at Trumps Green, Egham, Surrey, EnglandG.5 George Baker Featherstone was enumerated as the son of Thomas Peregrine Featherstone in the Census on 5 April 1891 Thomas Peregrine Featherstone Occupation was a Builders Foreman living at Trumps Green, Egham, Berkshire, EnglandG.6 George Baker Featherstone was a cycle maker on 31 March 1901.7 He wasenumerated as a boarder in the Census on 31 March 1901 a cycle maker a boarder with wife Celia and Celia daughter aged 7 months living at 15 Palmerston Road, Acton, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.8 He was a fitter and turner in 1915. He lived on 5 May 1915 at 47 Banin Street, Glenthorne Street, Hammersmith, London, Middlesex, EnglandG. He began military service on 12 May 1915 at Llanelly, WalesG, No. 2342, 19th Bn. Middlesex Regiment.4,9 As of December 1915, George Baker Featherstone was also known as George B Featherstone.10

Family 1

Celia Ellen Taylor
Children
Last Edited13 Jun 2017
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Citations

  1. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.
  2. [S1173] Image Baptism, All Saints East Acton, unknown period "baptisms solemnized in the parish of All Saints, South Acton in the county of Middlesex
    24 November 1900 Celia Ellen Featherstone nee Taylor daughter of Benjamin George (Celia) of 15 Palmerston Road father Captain merchant service born January 11 1879
    (entry in baptismal register is muddled with names in the wrong places on the form)."
  3. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), Collected May 2000. birth registration index George Baker Featherstone Jun 1879 Windsor BRK 2c.433 (1837-2010).
  4. [S44] Website commonwealth wargraves commision (http://www.cwgc.org).
  5. [S1881] National for England & Wales, "1881 census RG11/1321/131/30
    Trumps Green, Egham, Surrey
    Thomas Featherstone head M Male 66 ink manufacturer Plymouth, Devon
    Frances Featherstone Wife M Female 37 Guildford, Surrey
    Thomas P. Featherstone son U Male 37 builders foreman London Southwark, Middlesex
    Margaret M. Featherstone dau Female 29 London Southwark , Middlesex
    Fanny Featherstone dau Female 11 scholar Redhill, Surrey
    Florence Featherstone dau Female 10 scholar Redhill, Surrey
    Frederick K. Featherstone son Male 7 scholar Redhill, Surrey
    George B. Featherstone son Male 2 Trumps Green Egham, Surrey
    Mary A. Wade Visitor Female 45 housekeeper domestic Woodbridge, Suffolk."
  6. [S1891] National for England & Wales, "1891 Census
    RG number: RG12 Piece: 1009 Folio: 122 Page: 17
    Reg. District: Windsor. Sub District: Egham
    Parish: Egham. Enum. District: 7
    Ecclesiastical District: Christchurch
    Address: Trumps Green, Egham, Virginia Water, Berkshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Thomas P Head Single M 47 1844 Builders Foreman (place not enumerated)
    FEATHERSTONE, Frances Housekeeper Widow F 45 1846 Guildford, Surrey
    FEATHERSTONE, Fanny Daughter Single F 21 1870 Drapers Assistant Red Hill, Surrey
    FEATHERSTONE, Florence Daughter Single F 20 1871 Drapers Assistant Red Hill, Surrey
    FEATHERSTONE, Richard Son Single M 17 1874 Fitter Red Hill, Surrey
    FEATHERSTONE, George Son M 12 1879 Egham, Surrey."
  7. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation.
  8. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1901 census RG13/1203/99/56
    15 Palmerston Road, Acton, Middlesex
    George Featherstone boarder M 21 cycle maker Virginia Waters
    Celia Featherstone boarder M 22 Gloucester, Bristol
    Celia Featherstone boarder 7mo Middx, Acton.
  9. [S701] As per use, Short Service Papers WW1, WO363, Short Service Record Attestation Papers
    No 2342 Featherstone George Baker
    18th Pioneer Battalion , Middlesex
    Address of Recruit
    47 Banin Street, Glanthorne Road, Hammersmith.
    British Subject Yes
    Have you served in any branch of His Majesty's Forces before: Yes Royal Engineers
    Are you willing to be vaccinated: Yes
    Are you willing to enlist for General Service: Yes
    Etc.
  10. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use, marriage registration index George B Featherstone and Katherine F Ross
    Dec 1915 Edmonton MDX 3a 1919 (1837-1965).
  11. [S1173] Image Baptism, All Saints East Acton, unknown period "baptism solemnized in the parish of All Saints, South Acton in the county of Middlesex
    20 August 1902 Queenie Kate daughter of George Baker and Celia Ellen Featherstone of 45 Stanley Road cycle manufacturer born August 31st 1901 Private.
    "

John Featherstone

M, #6906, b. circa 1815
     John Featherstone was born circa 1815 at IrelandG.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.

Family

Jane (Unknown) b. c 1814
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2793

Citations

  1. [S1851] National for England & Wales,.

John Fetherston

M, #6907, d. 1747
Father*John Fetherston
     John Fetherston was born at IrelandG.1 He was the son of John Fetherston. John Fetherston died in 1747.1
     Y. He was the vicar of Bethesden at Bethersden, Kent, EnglandG.1 Kent Database; Y. John Fetherston was also known as John FetherstonHaugh. He will PROB 11/757 Will of Reverend John Fetherston Haugh or Fetherston, Vicar of Bethersden , Kent 2 October 1747
The Revd John Fetherston otherwise Fetherston Haugh
I John Ffetherston Haugh vicar of Bethesden in the County of Kent.
Body to be buried in the church yard of the parish in which he dies.
eldest brother Wllm Thos Ffetherston of Ardagh in the Kingdom of Ireland
youngest brother Ower? Ffrancis ffetherston of Whitecork in the Kingdom of Ireland
nephew Rev Ower? John ffetherston of Ardagh
deceased sister Ann - oldest daughter of whom is Jane Vaure? + she has three other daughters and youngest son William and oldest son John Vaure? second son Patrick

brothers Thomas Cuthbert and Ffrancis to look after what is bequeathed to sister Ann's children until they are of age. William Vaure their father is to have no sight or influence on the money. If the children empower William Vaure they forfeit the money.

will signed 4 August 1748

An additional £200 to be given to Ffrancis over and above the division of the estate as he is the brother John has most affection for.

others mentioned ? Moreton of Staplehurst, ? Disney wife of the Rev overs Diney of Cranbrook in Kent, Elizabeth ffrank of Staplehurst, servants? Robert Turley, Eliza Butts, Sarah Jetsons?, Bridget Vengent of Ireland

widow Ann Esillion? of Longford, Ireland Betty Sankey daughter of overs? oreary? Sankey

mentions late brother Cuthbert.

On the 2nd day of October 1747 administration was granted to Richard ffetherston haugh the son of Cuthbert ffetherston deceased.

John FetherstonHaugh 1747 Kent


In the name of God Amen I John FetherstonHaugh Vicar of Bethersden in the County of Kent being of sound mind and memory blessed be God revoking and annulling all other wills by me formerly made Do now make my last will and testament in form and manner following First I return my soul to the Great God of Mercy who gave it in full and humble dependence on his Mercy and on the merits and mediation of my Dear Savior His Beloved son Directing that my body be buried decently in the church yard of the parish where I shall happen to die or otherwise as I may hereafter direct [odly?] I order that all my debts be paid in two months after my decease a list of which debts within my credits I shall leave with this paper Item I bequeath to my eldest brother Wer ?Mr [^and Will] Thos Fetherston of Ardach in the Kingdom of Ireland my gold watch and chain with the seal of our family arms Item I will and bequeath to my youngest brother Rev [?Sir Mr] Francis -- Fetherston of White Rock in the Kingdom of Ireland two hundred pounds of English money Item I leave and will to my nephew the Reverend Prev [Mr?] John Fetherston of Ardach all my plate of silver a list of which I shall leave with my will I also bequeath to my said nephew the Revd Mr? John Fetherston all my books [except Chambers Dictionary which I leave to the Revd Mr ? John Fuller ] as also all my papers and manuscripts with twenty five pound English to buy cases for the books and to pay for the carriage of them Also I will and bequeath to the children of my deceased sister Ann as follows viz to her eldest child Jane Vance sixty pounds to her three younger daughters and to her youngest son William fifty pounds a piece that is to each of the four to the eldest son John Vance and to the second son Patrick Vance ten pounds apiece All this I order may be in English money I further order and direct that the above mentioned sums of money designed for the children of my deceased sister Ann be paid into the hands of the said children as soon as they shall come to age and the money appointed for those under age may be lodged in the hands of my brothers Thomas Cuthbert or Francis Fetherston or to any two of them to be laid out as they shall think proper till the children come to age but that Mr William Vance the father of the said children shall not by any means have any share in the handling or management of the said money and that he shall not under any pretence whatsoever give my brothers or any other executors any manner of trouble by law suit or otherwise and I in whose power the money now is do sensitively and absolutely order that if any of the children of my deceased sister Ann should join with or empower the said Mr William Vance their father to give my brothers or any other executors of mine any trouble by law suit or otherwise then those children are to forfeit any right or claim which otherwise they might have to the sums before mentioned by me in as full and unconditional a manner as if they never had been mentioned in my will and their part or parts to be equally divided among the other children who shall refuse or who do not join in with them in giving trouble Item I further order and direct that whatever I happen to die worth or to be possessed of at my death [except the legacy I leave already bequeathed or those which I shall think fit hereafter to bequeath or dispose off of which I making full and complete reserve and exception ] be equally divided between my three brothers Thomas Cuthbert and Francis Fetherston and my two sisters Elizabeth Atkinson and Mary Mirrhel? And in case of the death of either of my brothers or sisters then the part which should belong to them is to be equally divided among their children Always provided in case of my sister Atkinsons death that then the part designed for her should wholly and entirely come to and belong to the? dau my niece Mary Symposia and not by any means what--- or ------ to her son William Atkinson provided also that the said dividend or part be lodged for the sole use of my niece Symposia in the hands of my three bros aforesaid as trustees for my niece and that no part or parts of it may come into the hands or power of Mr Nicholas Sympson any more than if he had never been married to my niece This is my last will and testament with a full reserve and exception however of whatever gifts or legacys I shall hereinafter think fit to bequeath or grant or of what I shall have in the beginning of this my last will and testament bequeathed given or granted and I order direct and desire that no want of form of law may prevent the due and designed execution of this my will but it may be taken and understood in the plain obvious common meaning of the words made use by me and as it shall appear to a plain honest understanding that I design them and that no mistake in form nor any doubtfulness in expression may occasion the least dispute amongst my relations but that everything be understood as they think I mean it without any regard had to law or lawyers for it would have them live in Love and Friendship as we were bred this is my last will and testament Witness my hand John Fetherston H: pr? August the 4th 1743 Sarah Russell Martha Cutbush John Watts

3 My meaning with regard to my brother Francis Fetherston of White Rock is that he should have two hundred pounds of English money over and above what may come to him by the division of what I may be possessed of at my decease that is I first give and bequeath to him two hundred pounds before any division be made of my substance Peof [not] that my affection to him is greater than to my other brothers but that his family is more numerous Witness my hand August 4th 1743 John Fetherston It witness present at the signing an sealing this will Sarah Russell Martha Cutbush John Watts
Item I order and direct that whatever sum or sums of money I have given to my brother Francis Fetherson to the children of my sister Ann or to any other relations whatsoever before the date here--- may not be esteemed to act of the legacy or dividend which I now leave them witness my hand and seal this 4th of August 1743 John Fetherston H present Sarah Rusell Martha Cutbush John Watts
4 As some particulars of the same or later date than my will may be liable to alterations such as my debts credits executors and the names of my bearers with legacys to servants or particular persons and therefore will not be inserted in the body of this will but in some separate place or paper I hereby order and direct that all such particular writings papers or legacys with the same date or a later than the 4th of August 1743may be looked upon and deemed in all respects and to all purposes full and authentic parts of my will and therefore to be complied with by my executors witness my hand and seal this 4th day of August 1743 John Fetherston H Sarah Rusell Martha Cutbush John Watts
5 N.B. on settling accounts with Mr Moreton of Staplehurst in behalf of his sister Barham I paid him twelve pounds for a bed furniture chairs pt? For which he promised a receipt but never brought one The goods remain still at Bethersden Aug 4th 1743 John FetherstonH
6N.B. I will and bequeath to Mrs Disney wife to my dear friend the Reverend Mr Disney of Cranbrook in Kent four table cloths and a dozen of napkins which she shall choose out of my stock of linen I also give to Mrs Elizabeth Frank of Loose the next four best table cloths and one dozen of napkins as she shall choose Aug 4th 1743 Jon FetherstonH
I also direct that Robert Turley who served me several years with honesty and good nature may have three guineas whereas my servant Eliza Butts had a great deal of fatigue in attending me during several fits of illness I bequeath to her five guineas I also direct that Sarah Jessop some time my servant and who had some trouble with me in my sickness may at my decease have two guineas I likewise give to Mrs Bridget Vengent of the Kingdom of Ireland five guineas and in case she dies before me then the five guineas to be paid to her daughter Mrs Mary Sankey of Ireland Witness my hand Aug 4th 1743 John Fetherston H Sarah Rusell John Watts Martha Cutbush
7 I also give to the widow Ann Lilliar of Longford five guineas and to Miss Betty Sankey daughter of Mrs Mary Sankey five guineas the two last named persons ore of Ireland I also bequeath to Nicholas Collins my servant in London while I took Mrs Stephenson Mederisies? who was pretty diligent tho very cross? and ill tempered two guineas Witness my hand John FetherstonH Sarah Rusell Martha Cutbush John Watts
Tho I say in my last will that I should be buried in the church or church yard where at I shall happen to die that is if I happen to die at any considerable distance from Linton but if it pleases God that I die anywhere in my neighbourhood which may be the case as I may die suddenly being subject to Appossfertik [assorted apoplectic?] disorders then I direct that I may be buried at Linton witness my hand July 12 1744 John FetherstonH

The next is crossed out
8 Aug 27th 1748 Directions for my funeral and what is to be done after my decease are in the hands of Mrs Elizabeth Frank of Loose
Whereas I have ordered in my will dated the forth of August 1743 that any directions which I shall give or legacys which I shall bequeath in separate papers of the same date of my will or of a later date be in all respects and to all purposes looked upon as authentic parts of my will therefore to be fully and punctually complied with accordingly this 27th day of August 1743 I give will and bequeath in three months after my decease to each of my servants John Watts and Martha Cutbush ten pounds apiece I also leave to John Watts and Martha Cutbush to be equally divided between them as they shall agree all my coats cloaks breeches wastcoats saddles bridles except my new bridle with silver roses which I leave to my good friend the Reverend Mr John Fuller of Yalding Also all my hats wigs cloak gowns and cassocks shoes stockings and boots Item I leave to Jon Watts in particular his new hat and livery and to Martha Cutbush my 2 stuff nightgowns I also leave to be equally divided between them my middling copper pot small brass kettle all my tea kettles brass candlesticks seven cain chairs with all my rush bottom chairs the long rush bench which stands in the kitchen and the clock with a pair of the new coarse sheets lately made for their own beds to each of them these particulars I order be punctually complied with
9 I cancel this writing and the contents of it to all intents and purposes excepting that I leave to Miss Kitty Frank of Loose five guineas and my bridle with silver roses to the Rev Mr John Fuller my good friend to whom I would leave more if he wanted witness my hand this seventh day of November 1744 John FetherstonH
10 In account of what cash and credits I have September 21 1749 In Mr Barlows lands as per bulb? Dated July 21 1743 19------
More remitted into Mr Barlows hands as by Mr Brooks? ]
--- 12 1762 ] 68 6-
Do Barlows hands said annuity -t parts yearly ]
Aint abt ]127 10 0
In Capt John Wellers hands as by Bonds 700 0 -
Due in Portsmouth Yard abt 2744 0 -
At my parish of Bethesden with arrears Curate
Paid abt ] ? --
Due by Mrs Frank for sewing his Cure to Aug20 1749 109 10 0
As by Mote from the Reverend Mr Muszers without
Any et] 19 0 0
^ as by note from the Rev Wl Johnson also lyable to menth 10 10 0
In my brother Thos Fetherstons hands as appears by
In account settled between us June 11th 1740 in Irish] 1000 0 0
Money
There was then due by Mr Rithdson Aug 6 1742 50 ent by
Oeuble 10 br 8th 1742 12 cwt
The next crossed out
Int by the Reverend Mr Evans my late curate at Portsmouth as by Bond indenting some little Sallary due to him 120 0 0
The money given at different times before the date hereof to my brother Francis Fetherston to my sister Atkinson or to the children of my late sister Vance is not to be looked in / son or Conjointed as any part of my credits or of their legacys or what I have bequeathed to them by my will witness my hand this 21 of September 1748 John FetherstonH
For in consideration of their family and circumstances I make them free gift of whatever they have viz Francis Fetherston Viz Atkinson the children of my late sister Vance deceased John Fetherston1762? 21 1748
11 Besides the credits above mentioned there remains 20 odd once for the Laucaster I po with and Plymouth Gdobips ?
I confirm whatever several articles I have mentioned in this paper Witness my hand and seal this 18th day of July 1744
Witness prest Sarah Rusell Martha Cutbush John Watts
12 All my debts which I can collect are as follows Obr? 21 1748
To Terence Fagan of Ireland or heir with 20 years ent 1 5 0
To the Reverend Mr John Ward of Ireland with 20 years interest 1 10 0
To Mr James Fetherston of Dublin or Spouse? Which he would not angjot? For diet and lodging and I insist should be paid 20 0 0
To Mrs Mary Byham of Biddenden 6 16 6
John FetherstonH
The following crossed out
N.B. I owe the Cranbrook Carrier something and often sent for his account which he ----- to send he had a guinea from for mould? Candles and sent about a doz I could never bring him to any account for the rest Fbr? 21 1743
I have settled accounts with the carrier and paid him as appears by his receipt JFH
A copy of this paper is with my will sent to the Revd Mr Disney of Cranbrook
13 N- the Revd Mr Peter Evans Bond mentioned on the other side is paid and cancelled so that said Mr Evans owes me now only twenty one pounds for which he has given me his note witness my hand this ninth day of Novem 1744 John FetherstonH
14 Directions for my funeral which I direct to be complys with as authentic parts of my last will first I order that the following Gentlemen may be invited to my funeral and each to have a pair of white gloves with a black silk scarf and hatband tyd with white ribband viz Sir Walter Roberts Robert and Edward Mann Esquires Major Stephen Otway Coll William Kingsley Doctor Teal Mr David Fuller Mr Martin and Mr Thomas Crisp of Loose also Capt and the elder ffoot esq of Maidstone I also direct that the following clergymen may be askd to my funeral the Reverend Mr Disney ge? L Argle Fuller Frank of Loose and Rochester Menzies Davis prat? pall bearers to be taken from among those clergymen and each of them to have scarves hatbands and gloves as above mentioned My own servants to have gloves hatbands lsood? and they who carry me to my grave to be paid for their labour and to have gloves besides October 8 1743 John FetherstonH
Notwithstanding what I have said concerning pall bearers friends at my funeral All this is supposing I die at Linton but if I should die at London on the road or anywhere else at a distanc[e from home [except at Portsmouth] then I direct that my funeral may be as private as may be and without pallbearers Obr 3 1743 John FetherstonH
N.B. if Mr Shadrach Allden of Maidstone thinks he can make any advantage by serving my funeral I direct that he may be the undertaker Obr 8th
N.B. I have scratched out Captain William Rider1743 J FetherstonH
If I happen not to have money enough in the house at my decease to defray the expenses of my funeral above Mr Barlow of Burterbury London has money of mine in his hands John FetherstonH
I direct that immediately after my decease an account of my death may be sent to my brother Thos Fetherston esq at Ardach near Mullinger in West Meath Ireland October 8 1748 John FetherstonH
N.B. I wrote jobr? By mistake instead of 8br which I have altered witness my hand John FetherstonH
I forgot the Revd Mr Johnson of Refton whom I desire to be a bearer
16 N/B. I have scratched out Thomas Rider Esquire of Boughton Janry 21 1746
17 I also direct that an account of my death may be sent to Andrew Kane Esquire of the Admiralty? To John Sargent Esq of Deptford Yard [ crossed out] and to the Revd Mr Disney of Cranbrook whom I desire or any two of them to be my executor and beg that each of em will accept of ten guineas for a ring besides whatever charges they may be at on my account Witness my hand 8br 8 1743 John FetherstonH
18 N.B. what I had before left to Mrs Eliz Frank in a paper of this kind is now mentioned in my will which is as yet loose? in my debt 8br 6 1743 John FetherstonH
19 Mr Thomas Killinghall to be inserted above instead John Sargent esq scratched out January 21st 1745 John FetherstonH
20 I design to send a copy of my will to the Reverend Mr Disney when transcribed and to leave a duplicate in my desk or in some other hands as I shall mention Mosbe? 7th 1743 John FetherstonH
21 I further desire that the Reverend Mr Disney of Cranbrook Andrew Oram esquire of the Admiralty Office and Mr Thomas Killinghall of Chatham Yard may be my executors and I desire and direct that each of them may have ten guineas to buy some trifle and that all then charges be defrayed and born on my account Witness my hand John FetherstonH July 16 1744
22 As my dear friend Mr Sargent has much business and a bad state of health I have named Mr Killinghall an executor in his room
23 Whereas in my former will I left rings at my decease to several of my friends perhaps to above to and whereas many of my most intimate friends have since died [some of whom were under contract with me] such as Symonds Morris Morris Hunt Oats Brooke Wallis Norbury Coleman and Symon Sandys [I don't say that all these were under promise to me] without notice taken of me by any except by the Revd Mr Mullins wherefore I conclude my friends did mot think such remembrances were material so that notwithstanding what I may have mentioned any where else before the date hereof I now direct that rings may be given at my decease of the value of twenty three shillings to each of the following persons only viz To the Honble Commissioner Hughes of Portsmouth Yard To the Revd Mr Jord Joss: pullein ? and Jonas Elwood of Ireland to Robert and Edward Mann of Linton esquire to the Revd Mr Geo Disney and Fuller of Cranbrook and Yalding to John Sargent and Andrew Ram esquires of Deptford Yard and Admiralty Office To Captains Walter Pigot John Weller and Peter Warren of the Royal Navy To Mr Thomas Killinghall of Chatham Yard and to Mr Samuel Barlow of Burklerbury London Witness my hand this 13th day of July 1744 John FetherstonH present Sarah Rusell Martha Cutbush John Watts
24 I further desire that the Revd Mr Disney of Cranbrook Andrew Ram esq of the Admiralty of Office and Mr Thomas Killinghall of Chatham Yard or any two of them may be my executors and I desire and direct that each of them may have ten guineas to buy some trifle with and that all their charges be defrayed and born on my account Witness my hand John FetherstonH July 16 1744 Witness prest Sarah Rusell Martha Cutbush John Watts
25 I also order that my servants John Watts and Martha Cutbush may be duly paid whatever legacys I leave them notwithstanding they may be witnesses to my will July 16 1744 John FetherstonH Witness prest Sarah Rusell Martha Cutbush John Watts A copy of this paper is with my will sent to the Revd Mr Disney of Cranbrook
26 November 7th 1744 Directions for my funeral and what is to be done after my decease are in the hands of Mrs Eliz Frank of Loose
Whereas I had by a writing bearing date Augst the 27th 1743 bequeathed to each of my servants John Watts and Martha Cutbush ten pounds with the other particulars mentioned in the aforesaid writing And whereas John Watts has been dissatisfied and uneasy in my service for above a year and half and that we agreed to part in August 1744 but he being sick almost ever since which was chargeable to me is the reason I suppose that he has not left me before for the aforesaid considerations I cancel and annul to all intents and purposes the aforesaid writing of August 27 1743 from which I have cut my name seal and witness and leave him the said John Watts now five guineas only besides the livery he wears more than his late desire of leaving me has deserved I also leave to my late maidservant Martha Cutbush who was an honest faithful sevt and I believe would not have left my service if she had not married I leave to her also the sum of five guineas with all the kitchen chairs the long rush seat in the kitchen my 7 cain chairs the little 3 legged table the old fark[parktart] in Mr Beards kitchen and her choice of two pair of servants sheets I also direct that as my maid servant is a stranger and I think Martha Cutbush a very honest conscientious person I order that immediately upon my decease the said Martha Cutbush may join my servants and with her husband have room in my Lsons? And the use of the kitchen with all other necessaries equal with my servants till my executors shall think fit to discharge them all with an allowance of four shillings per week to said Martha Cutbush as Board Wages and yearly wages at the rate of four pounds a year Also upon my decease I appoint four shillings per week board wages each of my two servants besides their yearly wages which is six guineas to John and four pounds to Betty all this I direct may be punctually applied? With as an authentic part of my last will I also leave Mrs Kitty Frank of Loose five guineas my maid Betty one guinea and I one guinea to little Patt the girl who has been some time at my house Witness my hand and seal this seventh day of November one thousand seven hundred and forty four John FetherstonH
27 Whereas since I wrote my last will bearing date August the 4th 1743[8] It hath pleased God that my brother Cuthbert Fetherston departed this life and seeing that whatever part of my substance or effects is bequeathed to him by that will is ordered in the same will to belong of right to his seven children equally in case my brother should die before me and whereas when I saw my brother Cuthbert last he told me that my sister Atkinson owd him sixty pounds of which he spoke slightingly and which I think he ought to have forgiven her in his will for some reasons which I know but however he did not Therefore
I order and direct that if the said sixty pounds or any other debt about that sum be it more or less or the interest due upon it by my sister Atkinson to my brother be demanded or required to be paid by my sister the widow of my late brother Cuthbert or by any of his children or by all of them together that then the aforesaid sixty pounds or other sum be it more or less with all the interest said to be owd upon it by my sister Atkinson may be deducted for her use out of that part of my substance or effects which by my will shall become due to the children of my late brother Cuthbert free from all or my manner ? of charges or costs to my sister Atkinson and I further direct that no want of form in law in this writing may occasion any disjoints but that what I have wrote on this occasion may be esteemed a full and authentic part of my last will and that it may be understood according to the most plain and obvious meaning of my words which is that the sixty pounds aforementioned more or less with all the interest once upon it if demanded from my sister Atkinson be deducted and paid free from any charge to her out of that part of my substance or effects which becomes due by my last will to the children of my late brother Cuthbert and I further will order and direct that in case I should happen to die before this affair is settled that then my sister the widow of my late brother Cuthbert the children of my brother Cuthbert or all of them together may give my sister Atkinson a full and sufficient discharge for the above mentioned sixty pounds more or less with the interest due upon it before the children of my brother Cuthbert receive that part of my effects which I bequeath to them Witness my hand and seal this tenth day of November 1744 John FetherstonH witness Eliz Clifton her mark John Watts
28 N.B. as I have lately remitted sixty two pounds to Molly Vance the daughter of my late sister Ann therefore she the said Molly Vance my niece is not entitled to the legacy or any part thereof which I have left to her by my will at my decease but the above mentioned sixty two pounds is in full consideration of whatever I designed her by my will Witness my hand this 2nd day of January 1744/5 John FetherstonH
29 John Watts having behaved extremely ill I cancel his legacy of five guineas and now I leave him nothing which I do not do in passion but on mature deliberation Witness my hand this 11th day of Janury 1744/5
30 I leave one guinea to Kitty selves and one guinea more which makes two guineas in all to little Patt Cutbush the girl who lives in my house Witness my hand this 15th day of Janury 1744/5 John FetherstonH
31Notwithstanding what is above mentioned I leave my servant John Watts three guineas tho he is often drunk still by which he disobliges me greatly Item I leave little Patt in all three guineas and my maid Betty in all two guineas Witness my hand January 21st 1745/6 John FetherstonH Linton November 22 1746
32 Besides the little legacys left to the following persons in my will or other papers I will and bequeath to Elizabeth Frank of Loose ten guineas to Miss Kitty Frank her niece five guineas To Mr John Crissot her nephew of Loose Court five guineas to little Martha Cutbush the girl now living with me five guineas to each of my servants John Watts and Elizabeth Clifton and to Martha Eversfield lately my servant three guineas each all the above sums to be paid out of the money which the Revd Mr Frank is in debted to me for sewing the Curl of Loose and is near an hundred pounds as witness my hand John FetherstonH witness John Fuller
On the second day of October in the year of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred and forty seven administration with the will and thirty three codicils or testamentary schedules annexed of the goods chattels and credits of the Reverend John Fetherston other wise Fetherstonhaugh clerk late Vicar of the parish of Bethersden in the county of Kent deceased was granted to Richard Fetherstonhaugh Esquire the son of Cuthbert Fetherston deceased whilst living the brother of the said John Fetherston otherwise Fetherstonhaugh deceased and as such one of the residuary legatees named in the said will and codicils or testamentary schedules [for that Andrew Ram Esq The Reverend Joseph Disney clerk and Thomas Killinghall the executors appointed in several of the said codicils or testamentary schedules have severally refused? The execution of the said will and codicils or testamentary schedules] being first sworn duly to administer.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2794

Citations

  1. [S70] Unknown author, Will of John Fetherston vicar of Bethesden.

Mary Ann Aldridge

F, #6908, b. circa 1838
Mother*Mary Ann Featherstone
     Mary Ann Aldridge was born circa 1838 at Deptford, Kent, EnglandG.1 She is the daughter of Mary Ann Featherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2795

Citations

  1. [S1851] National for England & Wales,.

Michael Featherstone

M, #6909, b. circa 1816
     Michael Featherstone was born circa 1816 at IrelandG.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2796

Citations

  1. [S1851] National for England & Wales,.

Mary (Unknown)

F, #6910, b. circa 1823
     Mary (Unknown) was born circa 1823 at IrelandG.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2797

Citations

  1. [S1851] National for England & Wales,.

Charlotte Featherstone

F, #6911, b. circa 1824, d. December 1909
Father*John Featherstone b. c 1782, d. 1858
Mother*Agnes Cole b. c 1785, d. 1832
     Charlotte Featherstone was born circa 1824 at High Bray, Devonshire, EnglandG.1,2 She was the daughter of John Featherstone and Agnes Cole. Charlotte Featherstone was baptized on 22 May 1825 at High Bray, Devonshire, EnglandG; daughter of John and Agnes.3,2 She Her death was registered in the Brighton registration district in the quarter of December 1909 Vol./Page 2b.145 aged 84.4
     Y. Kent Database; Y. She 1851 census HO107/1606/114
Bickley House, Widmore, Parish of Bromley, Kent
home of Joseph Edlmann head widower 57 merchant born Austria
Charlotte Featherstone serv U 27 upper housemaid Devon, High Bray

1871 census RG10/1072/7/7
24 Old stein Court, Brighton, Sussex
Eliza Freshfield head U 68 London
Charlotte Fetherston serv U 44 housekeeper Devonshire, High Bray
Harriet Smokeer 41
Catherine Mee 21
Louisa Fairhall 27
Thomas H Neale 10
James W Freshfield 7
Hilda F Freshfield 3

1881 census RG11/1077/
8 Royal Crescent, Brighton, Sussex
Eliza Freshfield head U 78 fund holder London
Harold Musgrave 10
Charlotte Featherstone serv U 55 servant housekeeper Devon, High Bray
Louisa Fairhall 36
Ellen Turrell 19
Alfred Murrell 13

1891 census RG12/803/22
8 Royal Crescent, Brighton, Sussex
Frances A Taylor 82
Rebecca Course 43
Susan Kerry 49
David Nish 14
Charlotte Featherstone serv U 66 domestic servant housekeeper Devon, High Bray
Louisa Fairall 47
Sarah Beal 23

death registration index Charlotte Featherstone Dec 1909 Brighton SSX 2b.145 age 84

Will - 525 Featherstone Charlotte of Royal Crescent Mews Brighton spinster died 22 December 1909 Probate London 26 January to Louisa Fairall spinster £477 4s 0d. She witnessed the marriage of Mary Ann Featherstone and James Andrews on 29 July 1847 at Parish Church, Paddington, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.5 Charlotte Featherstone lived in 1851 at Bickley House, Widmore, Bromley, Kent, EnglandG.1 She was a upper housemaid on 30 March 1851.1 She lived in 1871 at 24 Old Stein Court, Brighton, Sussex, EnglandG.6 She was a house keeper on 2 April 1871.6 She lived on 3 April 1881 at 8 Royal Crescent, Brighton, Sussex, EnglandG, in household of Eliza Freshfield.7 She was a servant housekeeper on 3 April 1881.7 She lived on 5 April 1891 at 8 Royal Crescent, Brighton, Sussex, EnglandG, in household of Frances Taylor.8 She was a domestic servant housekeeper on 5 April 1891.8 She lived in 1909 at Royal Crescent Mews, Brighton, Sussex, EnglandG.9
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2798

Citations

  1. [S1851] National for England & Wales,.
  2. [S532] Baptisms, baptism register, High Bray, Devon: Baptism: 22 May 1825, High Bray, Devon daughter of John and Agnes, 2009, Ancestry Web site.
  3. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), Dec 1852 Woburn BDF 3b 341 (1837-2010).
  4. [S3] As per use, death registration index, death index.
  5. [S2016] Microfilm Marriage, Paddington, unknown period "Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Paddington in the County of Middlesex
    July 29 1847
    James Andrews full age bachelor cow keeper Porchester Terrace father John Andrews farmer
    Mary Ann Featherstone full age spinster Westbourne Terrace father John Featherstone shoemaker
    married in the Parish Church after banns
    both signed in the presence of Samuel Featherstone and Charlotte Featherstone."
  6. [S1871] 2009 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation.
  7. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.
  8. [S1891] National for England & Wales,.
  9. [S14] Unknown author, Will.

Charlotte Featherstone

F, #6912, b. circa 1840
Father*Ephraim Richard Featherstone b. b 8 Jan 1788, d. 14 Feb 1854
Mother*Lydia Edmeads b. c 1801
     Charlotte Featherstone was born circa 1840 at Minster in Sheppey, Kent, EnglandG.1,2 She is the daughter of Ephraim Richard Featherstone and Lydia Edmeads.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited13 Nov 2014
ReferenceP2799

Citations

  1. [S1851] National for England & Wales,.
  2. [S1841] Census filmed for England & Wales,.

Richard Featherstone

M, #6913, b. circa 1827
     Richard Featherstone was born circa 1827 at Sheerness, Kent, EnglandG.1
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2800

Citations

  1. [S1851] National for England & Wales,.

Sidney South

M, #6914, b. circa 1808, d. 1888
     Sidney South was born circa 1808 at Sheerness, Kent, EnglandG.1 Catherine Ann Featherstone and Sidney South marriage was registered in Maidstone district Vol/Page 5.365 in the quarter of June 1843.2 He married Catherine Ann Featherstone, daughter of John Featherstone and Sarah Baker, on 11 June 1843 at All Saints, Maidstone, Kent, EnglandG; marriage registration index Jun 1843 Maidstone KEN 5 365
Sidney South and Catharine Ann Featherstone.3,4 Sidney South died in 1888. He was buried on 7 May 1888 at Halfway Cemetery, Sheerness, Kent, EnglandG, age 80.5
     Y. Kent Database; Y. He 1841 census HO107/474/11/38/31
West Street, Minster, Kent
John Mills 25 waterman y
Mary Mills 25 y
Louisa Miles 7 y
Emma Miles 6 y
Elizabeth Miles 4 y
Mary Miles 6 Mo y
Henry Wanlshen 15 M.S. y
Sidney South 30 toll collector y

1851 census HO107/1628/242 (poor hand writing)
Blue Town Sheerness, parish of Minster
Chapel Street
Sidney South head M 43 ? of waterworks Kent, Sheerness
Catherine Ann South wife M 36 Queenborough, Kent
Kate Sarah South dau 7 scholar Queenborough, Kent
Louisa Mary South dau 5 scholar Sheerness, Kent
Sidney Smith South son 3 scholar Sheerness, Kent
Eliza Jane South dau 5m Sheerness, Kent
Sarah Featherstone wife's mother widow 74 Barming, Kent

1861 census RG9/530/58/2
4 Beach Terrace, Sheerness, Kent
Sidney South head M 53 proprietor of houses Kent, Minster in Sheppey
Catharine Ann South wife M 40 Kent, Queenborough
Kate Sarah South dau U 17 Kent, Queenborough
Louisa Mary South dau U 15 Kent, Minster in Sheppey
Sidney Smith South son 12 scholar Kent, Minster in Sheppey
Elizabeth Jane South dau 10 scholar Kent, Minster in Sheppey
Mary Arabella South dau 8 scholar Kent, Minster in Sheppey
Alice Featherstone South dau 4 Kent, Minster in Sheppey
William James South son 1 Kent, Minster in Sheppey

1881 census RG11/0978/67/3
9 Beach Terrace, High Street, Minster in Sheppey, Kent
Sidney South head M 73 Registrar Of Births And Deaths Sheerness, Kent
Catharine A. South Wife M 60 Queenborough, Kent
Mary A. South Dau U 28 Sheerness, Kent
Alice F. South Dau U 24 Sheerness, Kent
Richard R. South son 16 Sheerness, Kent
Ebenezer Bennett Visitor U Male 28 Officer Of Inland Revenue (C S) Sheerness, Kent

Halfway Cemetery, Sheerness burial books Sidney South age 80 of Beach House 7 May 1888. He lived in 1841 at West Street, Minster in Sheppey, Kent, EnglandG.6 He was a toll collector on 6 June 1841.6 He lived in 1851 at Chapel Street, Sheerness, Kent, EnglandG.1 He was ? water works on 30 March 1851.1 He lived in 1861 at 4 Beach Terrace, Sheerness, Kent, EnglandG. He was a proprietor of houses on 7 April 1861.7 He was registrar of births and deaths on 3 April 1881.8 He lived on 3 April 1881 at 9 Beach Terrace, High Street, Minster in Sheppey, Kent, EnglandG.8 He lived in 1888 at Beach House, Sheerness, Kent, EnglandG.5
Last Edited2 Jun 2017
ReferenceP2801

Citations

  1. [S1851] National for England & Wales,.
  2. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use (1837-1965).
  3. [S146] Webpage Mid Kent Marriage Index (http://www.woodchurchancestry.org.uk/midkentmarriages/…) "unknown cd."
  4. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use, (Jun 1843 Maidstone KEN 5 365) (1837-1965).
  5. [S159] Local Council, Halfway Cemetery, Sheerness Burial books.
  6. [S1841] Census filmed for England & Wales,.
  7. [S1861] National for England & Wales,.
  8. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.
  9. [S3] As per use, death registration index, birth registration index George Bennington South Mar 1863 Sheppey KEN 2a 696

    death registration index George Bennington South Dec 1864 Sheppey KEN 2a 420.

Kate Sarah South

F, #6915, b. 1843
Father*Sidney South b. c 1808, d. 1888
Mother*Catherine Ann Featherstone b. 15 Jun 1820, d. 17 Jan 1894
     Kate Sarah South was born in 1843 at Queenborough, Kent, EnglandG.1,2 She was the daughter of Sidney South and Catherine Ann Featherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Kate Sarah South birth registration index Kate Sarah South Dec 1843 Sheppey KEN 5 4?4. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2802

Citations

  1. [S1851] National for England & Wales,.
  2. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry) (1837-2010).

Louisa Mary South

F, #6916, b. 1845
Father*Sidney South b. c 1808, d. 1888
Mother*Catherine Ann Featherstone b. 15 Jun 1820, d. 17 Jan 1894
     Louisa Mary South was born in 1845 at Sheerness, Kent, EnglandG.1 She was the daughter of Sidney South and Catherine Ann Featherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Louisa Mary South birth registration index Louisa Mary South Dec 1845 Sheppey KEN 5 440. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2803

Citations

  1. [S1851] National for England & Wales,.

Sidney Smith South

M, #6917, b. 1848
Father*Sidney South b. c 1808, d. 1888
Mother*Catherine Ann Featherstone b. 15 Jun 1820, d. 17 Jan 1894
     Sidney Smith South was born in 1848 at Sheerness, Kent, EnglandG.1,2 He was the son of Sidney South and Catherine Ann Featherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Sidney Smith South birth registration index Sidney Smith South Jun 1848 Sheppey KEN 5 479
Marriages Sep 1872 Sidney Smith South Sheppey KEN 2a 1149. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2804

Citations

  1. [S1851] National for England & Wales,.
  2. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry) (1837-2010).

Eliza Jane South

F, #6918, b. 1850
Father*Sidney South b. c 1808, d. 1888
Mother*Catherine Ann Featherstone b. 15 Jun 1820, d. 17 Jan 1894
     Eliza Jane South was born in 1850 at Sheerness, Kent, EnglandG.1 She is the daughter of Sidney South and Catherine Ann Featherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2805

Citations

  1. [S1851] National for England & Wales,.

Joseph Featherstone

M, #6919
     Y. Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP4573

Robert Fetherston

M, #6920
     Y. Kent Database; Y.

Family

Child
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2807

James Featherstone1

M, #6921, d. before 1864
     James Featherstone married an unknown person. He died before 1864.1
     Kent Database; Y. Y.

Family

Child
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2808

Citations

  1. [S69] Marriages York: no given, unknown repository.

Annie Webster

F, #6922, b. circa 1873
Father*Robert Webster b. c 1838, d. Sep 1900
Mother*Elizabeth Ann Fetherstone
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     Annie Webster was born circa 1873 at Folkestone, Kent, EnglandG.1 She is the daughter of Robert Webster and Elizabeth Ann Fetherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2809

Citations

  1. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.

Robert Webster

M, #6923, b. 1876
Father*Robert Webster b. c 1838, d. Sep 1900
Mother*Elizabeth Ann Fetherstone
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     Robert Webster was born in 1876 at Folkestone, Kent, EnglandG.1 He was the son of Robert Webster and Elizabeth Ann Fetherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Robert Webster birth registration index Robert Webster Jun 1876 Elham KEN 2a 939. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP1608

Citations

  1. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry) (1837-2010).

Charles Webster

M, #6924, b. circa 1879
Father*Robert Webster b. c 1838, d. Sep 1900
Mother*Elizabeth Ann Fetherstone
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     Charles Webster was born circa 1879 at Folkestone, Kent, EnglandG.1 He is the son of Robert Webster and Elizabeth Ann Fetherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2811

Citations

  1. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.

James Deeprose Featherstone

M, #6925, b. March 1886, d. November 1972
Father*Charles Featherstone1 b. Mar 1857, d. Dec 1921
Mother*Ellen Deeprose1,2 b. 1857
     James Deeprose Featherstone was born on 27 January 1886 at Sussex, EnglandG.3 He His Birth was registered in the Hastings district in the quarter of March 1886 Vol/Page at 2b.39.4 He was the son of Charles Featherstone and Ellen Deeprose.1,2 James Deeprose Featherstone died in November 1972 at Polk County, Iowa, United States Of AmericaG.5
     Y. Kent Database; Y. He was enumerated as the son of Charles Featherstone in the Census on 31 March 1901 Charles Featherstone Occupation was a a Hardware Agent living at 207, Algernon Road, Lewisham, London, Surrey, EnglandG.1 James Deeprose Featherstone immigrated on 14 August 1903 to Montreal, Quebec, CanadaG, from Liverpool, England aboard Bavarian.6 He immigrated in July 1904 to St Albans, HRT, EnglandG, (an unknown value.)7 He was enumerated as the Head of Household in the on 1 January 1930 Federal census in at Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa, United States Of AmericaG, his occupation.8 James Deeprose Featherstone was the Head of the household in the census 1 January 1940 in Ward 5, Des Moines, Polk County, Iowa, United States Of AmericaG his occupation was (an unknown value.)9
Last Edited4 May 2015
ReferenceP2812

Citations

  1. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1901 Census
    RG number: RG13 Piece: 554 Folio: 116 Page: 10     
    Registration District: Lewisham Sub District: Lewisham
    Enumeration District: 43. Ecclesiastical Parish:St Marys
    Civil Parish: Lewisham
    Address: 207, Algernon Road, Lewisham, London
    FEATHERSTONE, Charles Head Married M 44 1857 Hardware Agent Woodford Essex
    FEATHERSTONE, Ellen Wife Married F 43 1858 Woodford
    FEATHERSTONE, James D Son Single M 15 1886 Office Boy Hastings Sussex
    FEATHERSTONE, Ellen D Daughter Single F 17 1884 Dressmaker Dalston
    FEATHERSTONE, Dorothy D Daughter Single F 5 1896 Woodford.
  2. [S3] As per use, death registration index, Marriages Mar 1882 (>99%)
    In W. Ham      Vol. 4a. Page 138
    DEEPROSE Ellen
    FEATHERSTONE Charles.
  3. [S950] Website Ancestry.com (http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/14038680/person/44813571/…) "Mahoney/Henson/Abrahams/ Mckeown Family Tree
    Public Member Tree     1 source
    Name:      James Deeprose Featherstone     
    Birth:      27 Jan 1886 - Sussex, England
    Death:      Nov 1972 - Des Moines, Polk, Iowa, United States
    Spouse:      Violet Matilda Lees."
  4. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), From Family Records Centre Index of Births Collected Jan 1998. birth registration index James Deeprose Featherstone Mar 1886 Hastings SSX 2b.39 (1837-2010).
  5. [S1768] Unknown name of person, unknown record type, Age:      86
    Given Name:      James
    Surname:      Featherstone
    Birth Date:      27 Jan 1886
    State:      Iowa
    Last Place of Residence:      Polk, Iowa
    Previous Residence Postal Code:      50315
    Event Date:      Nov 1972 (unknown file date).
  6. [S1696] Canada Library and Archives, Home Children Records
    J. D. Featherstone
    age 18 arrival 14 August 1903
    Vessel Bavarian
    Port of Arrival Montreal, Quebec, Canada
    Port of Departure Liverpool England
    Original says he was a warehouseman, born, Sussex, going to Brandon (Manitoba).. Beside his name it says 'something or other' Bonus Allowed.
  7. [S876] As per use web image, Church of Jesus Christ Latterday Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, United States of America, United States Border Crossings from Canada to United States, 1895-1956
    Name:      James D Featherstone
    Arrival Date:      Jul 1904
    Arrival Port:      Halifax, Nova Scotia,
    Age:      20
    Birth Year (Estimated):      1884
    Gender:      Male
    Race:      English
    Affiliate Publication Title: Manifests of Passengers Arriving in the St. Albans, VT, District through Canadian Pacific and Atlantic Ports, 1895-1954 , Affiliate Publication Number: M1464 , Affiliate Film Number: 23.
  8. [S2076] US Gov. 1930 United States Federal Census "James D Featherstone      Head      M      44      England
    Violet Featherstone      Wife      F      45      England
    James L Featherstone      Son      M      3      Iowa
    District: 0052 , Sheet Number and Letter: 8B , Household ID: 156 , Line Number: 60 , Affiliate Name: The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) , Affiliate Publication Number: T626 , Affiliate Film Number: 675 , GS Film number: 2340410 , Digital Folder Number: 004584431 , Image Number: 00873."
  9. [S2078] Unknown author 1940 United States Federal Census "Household      Role      Gender      Age      Birthplace
    James Featherstone      Head      M      54      England
    Violet Featherstone      Wife      F      55      England
    James Featherstone      Son      M      13      Iowa
    District: 100-99 , Family Number: 149 , Sheet Number and Letter: 8A , Line Number: 16 , Affiliate Publication Number: T627 , Affiliate Film Number: 1195 , Digital Folder Number: 005461596 , Image Number: 01091."

Jane Enderson

F, #6926, b. 27 July 1807
     Jane Enderson was born on 27 July 1807 at Farningham, Kent, EnglandG.1 She was christened on 30 August 1807 at Farningham, Kent, EnglandG; daughter of John Enderson and Sophia Whiffen.1
     Kent Database; Y. Y.

Family

William Hills b. c 1767, d. 19 Nov 1836
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2813

Citations

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

William Streeter

M, #6927, b. circa 1842, d. before 1881
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     William Streeter was born circa 1842 at Warehorne, Kent, EnglandG.1 He died before 1881.2
     Y. Kent Database; Y. He 1871 census RG10/1014/10
High Street, Sandgate, Folkestone, Kent
William Streeter head M 29 Kent, Warehorne
Fanny Streeter wife M 27 Kent, Elham
William F Streeter son 3 Kent, Dover
Herbert W Streeter son 2 Kent, Dover
Sidney A Streeter son 1 Kent, Folkestone
Caroline Crouch serv U 15 general servant Kent, Elham. He was a draper on 2 April 1871.1 He lived on 2 April 1871 at High Street , Sandgate, Folkestone, Kent, EnglandG.1
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ReferenceP2815

Citations

  1. [S1871] 2009 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation.
  2. [S225] Unknown author, Wife a widow.

William Streeter

M, #6928, b. circa 1868
Father*William Streeter b. c 1842, d. b 1881
Mother*Frances Fetherstone
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     William Streeter was born circa 1868 at Dover, Kent, EnglandG.1 He is the son of William Streeter and Frances Fetherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2816

Citations

  1. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.

Mona Streeter

F, #6929, b. circa 1872
Father*William Streeter b. c 1842, d. b 1881
Mother*Frances Fetherstone
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     Mona Streeter was born circa 1872 at Sandgate, Kent, EnglandG.1 She is the daughter of William Streeter and Frances Fetherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013
ReferenceP2817

Citations

  1. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.

Digby George Streeter

M, #6930, b. 1876
Father*William Streeter b. c 1842, d. b 1881
Mother*Frances Fetherstone
ChartsWilliam Feverstone m. 1698 Kent
     Digby George Streeter was born in 1876 at Tonbridge, Kent, EnglandG.1 He was the son of William Streeter and Frances Fetherstone.
     Kent Database; Y. Digby George Streeter birth registration index Digby George Streeter Sep 1876 Tunbridge KEN 2a 605

marriage registration index
Sep 1900 Fulham MDX 1a 790
Frances Elizabeth Broadbank
Rosina Etherington
James Philips
Digby George Streeter. Y.
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ReferenceP2818

Citations

  1. [S1881] National for England & Wales,.