Ellen Darch1

F, #23619, b. circa December 1882, d. December 1947
ChartsArthur Featherstone cir 1771- Devon
     Ellen Darch was born circa December 1882 at Barnstaple, Devonshire, EnglandG.1,2 She married William Henry Featherstone, son of George Lewis Featherstone and Elizabeth Goss, on 7 August 1911 at St Mary Magdalene, Barnstaple, Devonshire, EnglandG.3 William Henry Featherstone and Ellen Darch marriage was registered in Barnstaple district Vol/Page 5b.925 in the quarter of September 1911.4 She Her death was registered in the Barnstaple registration district in the quarter of December 1947 Vol./Page 7a.238 aged 65.5 She died on 7 December 1947 at 65 Braunton Road, Barnstaple, Devonshire, EnglandG.6 She was buried after 7 December 1947 at Municipal A Cemetery, Barnstaple, Devonshire, EnglandG.7 Her estate was probated on 6 March 1948 at Probate Court, London, London, EnglandG, to Dorothy May Whitton married woman. Effects £1020 9s. 1d.8
     As of 7 August 1911,her married name was Featherstone.3 Ellen Darch was aged 65 at death as of December 1947.5

Family

William Henry Featherstone b. Sep 1880, d. Dec 1933
Children
Last Edited30 May 2014
ReferenceP7185

Citations

  1. [S1911] 2009 Census filmed, Room 1.015, Government Buildings, Cardiff Road, Newport, South Wales, as per citation, 1911 Census
    RG number: RG14 Piece: 13318
    Reference: RG14PN13318 RG78PN772 RD284 SD1 ED2 SN269
    Registration District: Barnstaple. Sub District: Barnstaple
    Enumeration District: 2. Parish: Barnstaple
    Address: Princes St Barnstaple, Devonshire
    DARCH, John Head Married 38 years M 63 1848 General Labour Masons Winkleigh Devon
    DARCH, Ann Wife Married F 58 1853 Bishop Tawton Devon
    DARCH, John Son Single M 30 1881 General Labour Mason Barnstaple Devon
    DARCH, Ellen Daughter Single F 27 1884 Lace Mender Barnstaple Devon
    DARCH, Henry Son Single M 24 1887 Bricklayer Barnstaple Devon
    DARCH, Florence Daughter Single F 21 1890 Lace Mender Barnstaple Devon
    DARCH, Alfred Son Single M 18 1893 Nurseryman's Apprentice Barnstaple Devon.
  2. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), birth registration index Ellen D'arch Dec 1882 Barnstaple DEV 5b 461 (1837-2010).
  3. [S266] Parish register Microfilm Transcript, As per citation, 1837-1911 "Copy of an entry of marriage in the registration district of Barnstaple from the registers of Barnstaple St Mary Magdalene
    1911 Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of Barnstaple St Mary Magdalene in the County of Devon.
    No. 274
    7 August 1911
    William Henry Featherstone aged 31 Bachelor, Painter of Brauton Road, Father George Lewis (sic), Saddler
    To
    Ellen Darch aged 28 Spinster of 39 Princes Street, father John Darch, General Labourer
    Married in the Parish Church according to the Rights of the Established Church after banns by me.
    Both signed in the presence of John Darch and Frederick Featherstone.
    "
  4. [S3] As per use, death registration index, http://www.freebmd.org.uk/cgi/information.pl
  5. [S3] As per use, death registration index, death registration index Ellen Featherstone Dec 1947 Barnstaple DEV 7a 238 age 65.
  6. [S194] Unknown author, Probate, FEATHERSTONE Ellen of 65 Braunton-road Barnstaple Devonshire widow died 7 December 1947 Administration London 6 March to Dorothy May Whitton married woman. Effects £1020 9s. 1d.
  7. [S1748] Municple Cemetery Transcript, Barnstaple, unknown period "Ellen Featherstone born c1882 buried 1947 age 65 wife of William Henry Featherstone in Municipal A cemetery Barnstaple Devon."
  8. [S194] Unknown author, Probate, FEATHERSTONE Ellen of 65 Braunton-road Barnstaple Devonshire widow died 7 December 1947 Administration London 6 March to Dorothy May Whitton married woman. Effects £1020 9s. 1d.

Mary (Unknown)1

F, #23620
     Kent Database; Y.

Family

William Gouldstone Featherstone b. 6 Dec 1809, d. Dec 1868
Last Edited20 Mar 2013

Citations

  1. [S1841] Census filmed for England & Wales, "1841 census HO107/681/5/33/61
    Northampton Street, St Pancras, Marylebone, Middlesex
    William Featherstone 25 carpenter y
    Mary Featherstone 25 y
    Mary Featherstone 7 y
    Eliza Featherstone 5 y
    George Featherstone 4 y
    William Featherstone 2 y
    Sarah O Hara 55 n I (Ireland)
    Ferns? O'Hara 20 n I (Ireland)."

Elizabeth Edgecombe1

F, #23621, b. circa 1845
     Elizabeth Edgecombe was born circa 1845 at Tavistock, Devonshire, EnglandG.2 William Gouldstone Featherstone and Elizabeth Edgecombe marriage was registered in East Stonehouse district Vol/Page 5b.485 in the quarter of September 1863.1
     Kent Database; Y. As of September 1863,her married name was Featherstone.1 She was enumerated as the wife of William Gouldstone Featherstone in the Census on 2 April 1871 William Gouldstone Featherstone Occupation was a Private Royal Marines living at Adelaide Street, East Stonehouse, Devonport, Devonshire, EnglandG.2 Elizabeth Edgecombe wasenumerated as the Wife of William Gouldstone Featherstone in the Census on 3 April 1881 William Gouldstone Featherstone Occupation was a marine serviceman living at 24 Peel Street, East Stonehouse, Devonport, Devonshire, EnglandG.3 Elizabeth Edgecombe was the head of household in the census on on 31 March 1901 at 26 Adelaide Street, East Stonehouse, Devonshire, EnglandG, occupation was a furniture broker.4 She was enumerated as the Mother of Charles Thomas Featherstone in the Census on 2 April 1911 Charles Thomas Featherstone Occupation was a Licensed Victualler living at 1, Barrack Place, East Stonehouse, Devonshire, EnglandG.5

Family

William Gouldstone Featherstone b. Mar 1840
Children
Last Edited16 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use, Civil Registration event: Marriage
    Name: FEATHERSTONE, William
    Registration District:      East Stonehouse
    County:      Devon
    Year of Registration:      1863
    Quarter of Registration: Jul-Aug-Sep
    Spouse's last name:      Not available before 1912
    Volume No: 5B
    Page No:      485
    MarriageMatch: William Featherstone married one of the following people
    EDGCOMBE, Elizabeth
    BATEMAN, Henry (1837-1965).
  2. [S1871] 2009 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1871 Census
    RG number: RG10 Piece: 2127 Folio: 66 Page:31
    Registration District: East Stonehouse. Sub District: Stonehouse, East
    Enumeration District: 8 Civil Parish: East Stonehouse
    Address: Adelaide Street, East Stonehouse, Devonshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Wm Head M 31 1840 Private Royal Marines St Pancras Middlesex
    FEATHERSTONE, Elizabeth Wife F 26 1845 Tavistock Devon
    FEATHERSTONE, John W Son M 7 1864 Tavistock Devon
    FEATHERSTONE, Charles Son M 1 1870 Plymouth Devon.
  3. [S1881] National for England & Wales, "1881 census RG11/2203/91/90
    24 Peel Street, East Stonehouse, Devonport, Devon
    William Featherstone head M 41 marine serviceman Middlesex, St Pancras
    Elizabeth Featherstone wife M 36 Devon, Tamerton, Foliot
    Charles Featherstone son 10 scholar Devon, East Stonehouse
    William Featherstone son 4 scholar Devon, East Stonehouse
    Alfred Featherstone son 2 Devon, East Stonehouse
    Mary E Featherstone dau 3 weeks Devon, East Stonehouse."
  4. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1901 census RG13/2105/47/15
    26 Adelaide Street, East Stonehouse, Devon
    Elizabeth Featherstone head W 56 furniture broker Devon, Tamerton
    Samuel Featherstone son S 17 shop assistant (furniture) Devon, East Stonehouse
    Beatrice Featherstone dau S 16 Devon, East Stonehouse.
  5. [S1911] 2009 Census filmed, Room 1.015, Government Buildings, Cardiff Road, Newport, South Wales, as per citation, 1911 Census
    RG number: RG14 Piece: 13008
    Reference:RG14PN13008 RG78PN750 RD277 SD1 ED4 SN211
    Registration District:East Stonehouse. Sub District:East Stonehouse
    Enumeration District:4. Parish:East Stonehouse
    Address: 1 Barrack Place East Stonehouse, Devonshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Charles Head Married M 41 1870 Licensed Victualler Stonehouse Devon
    FEATHERSTONE, Emily Wife F 41 1870 says married 21 years 4 children 3 living ?Bickington Devon
    FEATHERSTONE, Mary Daughter Single F 20 1891 Assisting In Business Exeter Devon
    FEATHERSTONE, Herbert Son M 13 1898 School Stonehouse Devon
    FEATHERSTONE, Elizabeth Mother Widow crossed out 15 children 6 living F 65 1846 Foliott Tamberton Devon
    WILLIAM, Emily Servant Single F 19 1892 General Servant Domestic Hampshire Portsmouth.
  6. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use, Civil Registration event: Marriage
    Name:      THOMPSON, Edward
    Registration District:      Plymouth
    County:      Devon
    Year of Registration:      1861
    Quarter of Registration:      Apr-May-Jun
    Spouse's last name:      Not available before 1912
    Volume No:      5B
    Page No:      475
    MarriageMatch: Edward Thompson married one of the following people
    EDGECOMBE, Mary Jane
    GULLETT, Mary Agnes
    BLANCHARD, William (1837-1965).
  7. [S1881] National for England & Wales, "1881 census  RG11/407/62A/36
    1 Great Cambridge Road, Haggeston, Shoreditch, Middlesex
    Edward Thompson head M 40 tailor Middlesex, Shoreditch
    Mary J. Thompson wife M 39 Devon, Stonehouse
    James Featherstone visitor U 15 errand boy Devon, Shoreditch."
  8. [S1881] National for England & Wales, "1881 census RG11/2203/91/90
    24 Peel Street, East Stonehouse, Devonport, Devon
    William Featherstone head M 41 marine serviceman Middlesex, St Pancras
    Elizabeth Featherstone wife M 36 Devon, Tamerton, Foliot
    Charles Featherstone son 10 scholar Devon, East Stonehouse
    William Featherstone son 4 scholar Devon, East Stonehouse
    Alfred Featherstone son 2 Devon, East Stonehouse
    Mary G Featherstone dau 3 weeks Devon, East Stonehouse."

Elizabeth Hubbard

F, #23622
     Kent Database; Y.

Family

James Goldstone Featherstone b. Jun 1866, d. Mar 1931
Children
Last Edited15 Jun 2017

Citations

  1. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), Civil Registration event: Birth
    Name:      HUBBARD, James
    Registration District:      Marylebone
    County:      London
    Year of Registration:      1894
    Quarter of Registration:      Jan-Feb-Mar
    Volume No:      1A
    Page No:      574 (1837-2010).
  2. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1901 census RG13/404/40/22
    31 Sutton Street, Lambeth, London
    James Featherstone head M 33 painter Plymouth, Devon
    Elizabeth Featherstone wife M 27 Holborn, London
    James Featherstone son 7 Marylebone, London
    Rose E Featherstone dau 5 Lambeth, London
    Frances M Featherstone dau 9mo Lambeth, London.
  3. [S2030] Microfilm Baptism, Parish of St Andrew, Lambeth, unknown period "baptisms solemnized in the Parish of St Andrew, Lambeth in the County of London
    October 13th 1895 Rosette Elizabeth daughter of James Goldstone and Elizabeth Featherstone of 10 Etheldia? Street labourer."
  4. [S558] Not given, baptism register St John, Waterloo: birth registration index Frances Mary Featherstone Sep 1900 Lambeth SRY 1d 300

    baptisms solemnized in the parish of St John, Waterloo in the county of London
    1 July 1900 (born 4 June 1900) Frances Mary daughter of James Goldstone and Elizabeth Featherstone of 31 Sutton painter, 2010, unknown repository.
  5. [S567] Microfilm Marriage, Clerkenwel, unknown period "marriage solemnized at the church of the Holy Redeemer, Clerkenwell in the county of London
    the 7th February 1904
    James Goldstone Featherstone 37 bachelor dock labourer of 13 Willington Place father William Featherstone mariner?
    To
    Elizabeth Hubbard 31 spinster of 13 Willington Place father Henry David ??? Hubbard furniture? maker
    married in the church of the Redeemer after banns
    both signed in the presence of Charles Houghton and May Ann Houghton."
  6. [S180] Unknown author, WW1 burnt records, British Army WWI Service Records, 1914-1920
    James Goldstone Featherstone
    Estimated birth year: abt 1871
    Age at enlistment: 44
    Residence: 97 Wynford Rd, Barnsbury
    Document Year: 1915
    Regimental Number: 556832
    Regiment Name: Labour Company
    Number of Images: 14
    occupation labourer
    height 5'7"
    marks - woman with spear on right forearm, woman on left forearm
    next of kin Elizabeth Featherstone, 97 Wynford Road, Barnsbury, wife
    details of marriage - to Elizabeth Hubbard spinster 27.2.1904 Holy Redeemer, Clerkenwell
    children
    Violet Isabel 26.6.09 St Pancras
    Frances Mary 4.6.00 Lambeth
    (stamp over says verified)
    attested 3.3.15, posted 4.3.15, deserted 21.5 16 sentance remitted 16.12.16
    theatre of war: France
    born in the year 1866 is crossed out and 1871 substituted
    place of rejoining in case of emergency: Sutton
    deserted in Rouen 1916
    last employer W Latham, builder, Cromer St, Grays Inn Road, London.

James Hubbard1

M, #23623, b. 20 March 1894
Father*James Goldstone Featherstone2 b. Jun 1866, d. Mar 1931
Mother*Elizabeth Hubbard1
     James Hubbard His Birth was registered in the Marylebone district in the quarter of March 1894 Vol/Page at 1a.574.1 He was born on 20 March 1894 at Queen Charlottes Hospital, Marylebone, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.3 He was the son of James Goldstone Featherstone and Elizabeth Hubbard.1,2 James Hubbard was baptized on 22 March 1894 at St Marys, Marylebone, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.3
     Kent Database; Y. As of 1901, James Hubbard was also known as James Featherstone.2 He was enumerated as the son of James Goldstone Featherstone in the Census on 31 March 1901 James Goldstone Featherstone Occupation was a Painter living at 31 Sutton Street, Lambeth, London, Surrey, EnglandG.2 James Hubbard was enumerated as the son of James Goldstone Featherstone in the Census on 2 April 1911 James Goldstone Featherstone Occupation was a Painter of houses living at 54 Cromer Street, London, London, EnglandG.4
Last Edited13 May 2012

Citations

  1. [S1] As per person, Index of Births various (see entry), Civil Registration event: Birth
    Name:      HUBBARD, James
    Registration District:      Marylebone
    County:      London
    Year of Registration:      1894
    Quarter of Registration:      Jan-Feb-Mar
    Volume No:      1A
    Page No:      574 (1837-2010).
  2. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1901 census RG13/404/40/22
    31 Sutton Street, Lambeth, London
    James Featherstone head M 33 painter Plymouth, Devon
    Elizabeth Featherstone wife M 27 Holborn, London
    James Featherstone son 7 Marylebone, London
    Rose E Featherstone dau 5 Lambeth, London
    Frances M Featherstone dau 9mo Lambeth, London.
  3. [S568] Baptisms, St Marys, Marylebone: baptisms baptisms St Marys, Marylebone, London

    James son of Elizabeth Hubbard of Queen Charlottes Hospital born 20 March 1894 baptised 22 March 1894, London, Ancestry Web site.
  4. [S1911] 2009 Census filmed, Room 1.015, Government Buildings, Cardiff Road, Newport, South Wales, as per citation, 1911 Census
    RG number: RG14. Piece: 699
    Reference: RG14PN699 RG78PN24 RD9 SD2 ED16 SN379
    Registration District: St Pancras. Sub District: South St Pancras
    Enumeration District: 16. Parish: St Pancras
    Address: 54 Cromer ST, County: London
    FEATHERSTONE, James Goldstone Head Married M 43 1868 Painter Of Houses Tamerton Devonshire Plymouth
    FEATHERSTONE, Elizabeth Wife Married 19 years 5 children all living F 37 1874 Charwoman St Giles London
    FEATHERSTONE, James Son Single M 17 1894 Office Boy Marylebone London
    FEATHERSTONE, Rose Elizabeth Daughter Single F 15 1896 Kitchenmaid Lambeth London
    FEATHERSTONE, Beatrice Emma Daughter Single F 12 1899 St Lukes London
    FEATHERSTONE, Frances Mary Daughter Single F 10 1901 School Lambeth London
    FEATHERSTONE, Violet Isabelle Daughter Single F 1 1910 Baby S St Pancras London.

Eliza Johns1

F, #23624, b. circa 1878
     Eliza Johns was born circa 1878 at Helston, Cornwall, EnglandG.1 William Sidney Featherstone and Eliza Johns marriage was registered in Plymouth district Vol/Page 5b.603 in the quarter of June 1906.2 She married William Sidney Featherstone, son of William Gouldstone Featherstone and Elizabeth Edgecombe, on 16 June 1906 at St Peter, Plymouth, Devonshire, EnglandG.3
     As of June 1906,her married name was Featherstone.2 Eliza Johns wasenumerated as the Wife of William Sidney Featherstone in the Census on 2 April 1911 William Sidney Featherstone Occupation was a Glass Packer living at 57 Cecil Street, Plymouth, Devonshire, EnglandG.1
Last Edited5 Dec 2012

Citations

  1. [S1911] 2009 Census filmed, Room 1.015, Government Buildings, Cardiff Road, Newport, South Wales, as per citation, 1911 Census
    RG number: RG14 Piece: 12977
    Reference: RG14PN12977 RG78PN749 RD276 SD3 ED1 SN177
    Registration District: Plymouth. Sub District: Plymouth South West
    Enumeration District: 1. Parish: Plymouth
    Address: 57 Cecil Street Plymouth, Devonshire
    FEATHERSTONE, William Sydney Head Married M 34 1877 Glass Packer Stonehouse Devon
    FEATHERSTONE, Eliza Wife Married 5 years F 33 1878 Helston Cornwall
    FEATHERSTONE, Ellen Mary Daughter F 2 1909 Plymouth Devon.
  2. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use, Civil Registration event: Marriage
    Name:      FEATHERSTONE, William Sidney
    Registration District:      Plymouth
    County:      Devon
    Year of Registration:      1906
    Quarter of Registration:      Apr-May-Jun
    Spouse's last name:      Not available before 1912
    Volume No:      5B
    Page No:      603
    MarriageMatch: William Sidney Featherstone married one of the following people
    CLOAD, Alice Owen
    JOHNS, Eliza (1837-1965).
  3. [S932] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Parish Record Collection - Marriage Record
    Print Close
    Groom's Surname: Featherstone
    Groom's Forename: William Sidney
    Bride's Surname: Johns
    Bride's Forename: Eliza
    Year: 1906
    Month: Jun
    Day: 16
    Parish: St Peter
    Town Or City: Plymouth
    County: Devon
    Entry No.: 173
    Notes:
    Record source: Devon Marriages - Transcripts
    Data provider: Devon Family History Society."

Rosette Elizabeth Featherstone1,2

F, #23625, b. 13 October 1895
Father*James Goldstone Featherstone1,2 b. Jun 1866, d. Mar 1931
Mother*Elizabeth Hubbard2,1
     Rosette Elizabeth Featherstone was baptized on 13 October 1895 at St Andrew, Lambeth, London, Surrey, EnglandG.2,1 She was the daughter of James Goldstone Featherstone and Elizabeth Hubbard.1,2
     Kent Database; Y. Rosette Elizabeth Featherstone was enumerated as the daughter of James Goldstone Featherstone in the Census on 31 March 1901 James Goldstone Featherstone Occupation was a Painter living at 31 Sutton Street, Lambeth, London, Surrey, EnglandG.2 Rosette Elizabeth Featherstone was enumerated as the daughter of James Goldstone Featherstone in the Census on 2 April 1911 James Goldstone Featherstone Occupation was a Painter of houses living at 54 Cromer Street, London, London, EnglandG.3
Last Edited30 Oct 2015

Citations

  1. [S2030] Microfilm Baptism, Parish of St Andrew, Lambeth, unknown period "baptisms solemnized in the Parish of St Andrew, Lambeth in the County of London
    October 13th 1895 Rosette Elizabeth daughter of James Goldstone and Elizabeth Featherstone of 10 Etheldia? Street labourer."
  2. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1901 census RG13/404/40/22
    31 Sutton Street, Lambeth, London
    James Featherstone head M 33 painter Plymouth, Devon
    Elizabeth Featherstone wife M 27 Holborn, London
    James Featherstone son 7 Marylebone, London
    Rose E Featherstone dau 5 Lambeth, London
    Frances M Featherstone dau 9mo Lambeth, London.
  3. [S1911] 2009 Census filmed, Room 1.015, Government Buildings, Cardiff Road, Newport, South Wales, as per citation, 1911 Census
    RG number: RG14. Piece: 699
    Reference: RG14PN699 RG78PN24 RD9 SD2 ED16 SN379
    Registration District: St Pancras. Sub District: South St Pancras
    Enumeration District: 16. Parish: St Pancras
    Address: 54 Cromer ST, County: London
    FEATHERSTONE, James Goldstone Head Married M 43 1868 Painter Of Houses Tamerton Devonshire Plymouth
    FEATHERSTONE, Elizabeth Wife Married 19 years 5 children all living F 37 1874 Charwoman St Giles London
    FEATHERSTONE, James Son Single M 17 1894 Office Boy Marylebone London
    FEATHERSTONE, Rose Elizabeth Daughter Single F 15 1896 Kitchenmaid Lambeth London
    FEATHERSTONE, Beatrice Emma Daughter Single F 12 1899 St Lukes London
    FEATHERSTONE, Frances Mary Daughter Single F 10 1901 School Lambeth London
    FEATHERSTONE, Violet Isabelle Daughter Single F 1 1910 Baby S St Pancras London.

Michael Harvey1

M, #23626, b. before 1825
Father*John Harvey1
     Michael Harvey was born before 1825 at Southwark, London, Surrey, EnglandG.1,2 He was the son of John Harvey.1 Michael Harvey married Lucy Featherstone, daughter of William Heads and (Unknown) Featherstone, on 23 November 1846 at St John's Church, Waterloo, London, Surrey, EnglandG.1 Lucy Featherstone and Michael Harvey marriage was registered in Lambeth district Vol/Page 4.398 in the quarter of December 1846.3
     Kent Database; Y. He was the head of household in the census on on 30 March 1851 living at at 2, Holland Street, Christchurch, Southwark, London, Surrey, EnglandG, occupation a Fisherman.2

Family

Lucy Featherstone b. 16 Jul 1815
Last Edited16 Jun 2017
ReferenceP2549

Citations

  1. [S329] Certificate, see citation marriage of 2009, marriage solemnized at St John's Church in the district parish of St John's, Waterloo in the county of Surrey
    23 November 1846
    Michael Harvey full age bachelor fisherman of Cornwall Road father John Harvey coal porter
    Lucy Featherstone full age spinster of Cornwall Road father William Featherstone servant
    married in the parish church after banns
    both made their mark in the presence of John Murtoyd and Elizabeth Cooper.
  2. [S1851] National for England & Wales, "1851 Census
    RG number: HO107 Piece: 1557 Folio: 424 Page: 58     
    Registration District: Saint Saviour. Sub District: Christchurch
    Enumeration District: 10. Civil Parish: Christchurch
    Municipal Borough: Southwark
    Address: 2, Holland Street, Christchurch, Southwark, Surrey
    HARVEY, Michael Head Married M 36 1815 Fisherman Southwark Surrey
    HARVEY, Lucy Wife Married F 36 1815 Southwark Surrey."
  3. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use (1837-1965).

Ellen (Unknown)1

F, #23627, b. circa 1868
     Ellen (Unknown) was born circa 1868 at ScotlandG.1
     As of 1891, Ellen (Unknown) was also known as Ellen Featherstone.1 She wasenumerated as the Wife of James Goldstone Featherstone in the Census on 5 April 1891 James Goldstone Featherstone Occupation was a Painter living at 73, Kenton Street, St George Bloomsbury, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.1
Last Edited15 Jan 2011

Citations

  1. [S1891] National for England & Wales, "1891 Census
    RG number: RG12 Piece: 208 Folio: 64 Page: 58
    Registration District: St Giles. Sub District: St George Bloomsbury
    Enumeration District: 2. Ecclesiastical Parish: St George Bloomsbury
    Civil Parish: St George Bloomsbury
    Address: 73, Kenton Street, St George Bloomsbury, London
    FEATHERSTONE, James Head Married M 24 1867 Painter Devonshire
    FEATHERSTONE, Ellen Wife Married F 23 1868 Dressmaker Scotland."

William Heads1,2

M, #23628
     Kent Database; Y.

Family

(Unknown) Featherstone
Child
Last Edited26 Jul 2016

Citations

  1. [S1289] Workhouse Records Various Transcript, as per citation, unknown period "Christchurch Workhouse Register
    Lucy Featherstone born 16 July 1815 of the Parish of St Saviour household servant single wants employ father Wm Heads landlord of The Fleece at Edmonton
    Henry Featherstone born 11 November 1835 St Saviour bastard child of above father Wm Harresman cloth beoler? residence not known."
  2. [S329] Certificate, see citation marriage of 2009, marriage solemnized at St John's Church in the district parish of St John's, Waterloo in the county of Surrey
    23 November 1846
    Michael Harvey full age bachelor fisherman of Cornwall Road father John Harvey coal porter
    Lucy Featherstone full age spinster of Cornwall Road father William Featherstone servant
    married in the parish church after banns
    both made their mark in the presence of John Murtoyd and Elizabeth Cooper.

John Harvey1

M, #23629
     Kent Database; Y.

Family

Child
Last Edited13 May 2012

Citations

  1. [S329] Certificate, see citation marriage of 2009, marriage solemnized at St John's Church in the district parish of St John's, Waterloo in the county of Surrey
    23 November 1846
    Michael Harvey full age bachelor fisherman of Cornwall Road father John Harvey coal porter
    Lucy Featherstone full age spinster of Cornwall Road father William Featherstone servant
    married in the parish church after banns
    both made their mark in the presence of John Murtoyd and Elizabeth Cooper.

Charles Bryant1

M, #23630, b. circa 1863
     Charles Bryant was born circa 1863 at Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, EnglandG.1,2 Hannah Eliza Featherstone and Charles Bryant marriage was registered in Shoreditch district Vol/Page 1c.176 in the quarter of December 1890.3 He married Hannah Eliza Featherstone, daughter of Frederick William Featherstone and Sarah Miles, on 25 December 1890 at All Saints, Haggerston Road, Shoreditch, London, LND, EnglandG.4
     Kent Database; Y. Charles Bryant was the head of household in the census on on 31 March 1901 at 13, Goring Street, Hackney, London, Middlesex, EnglandG, occupation was a Pocket book maker.2

Family

Hannah Eliza Featherstone b. Sep 1865
Last Edited16 May 2017

Citations

  1. [S266] Parish register Microfilm Transcript, As per citation, 1837-1911 "Copy of an entry of marriage in the registration district of Shoreditch from the registers of All Saints, Haggerston Road
    1890 Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of All Saints, Haggerston Road in the County of London.
    No. 298 Charles Bryant aged 27 a bachelor, Pocket Book Maker, of 29 Loanda Street, Father Henry Bryant, Mason
    To
    Hannah Eliza Featherstone aged 25 a Spinster, Machinist, of 36 Lee Street, Father Fred Featherstone, Sawyer
    Married in the Parish Church according to the Rights of the Established Church after banns by me Edward Hounslow
    Both signed in the presence of F Featherstone and Theresa Clarke.
    "
  2. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1901 Census
    RG number: RG13 Piece: 225 Folio: 11 Page: 14     
    Registration District: Hackney. Sub District: South-West Hackney
    Enumeration District: 15. Ecclesiastical Parish: St Michaels & All Angels
    Civil Parish: Hackney
    Address: 13, Goring Street, Hackney, London
    BRYANT, Charles Head Married M 37 1864 Pocket Book Makers Aylesbury Buckinghamshire
    BRYANT, Eliza Wife Married F 35 1866 Tent Makers Shoreditch London
    BRYANT, Charles Son M 9 1892 Shoreditch London
    BRYANT, Edith Daughter F 7 1894 Shoreditch London
    BRYANT, Minnie Daughter F 5 1896 Shoreditch London
    BRYANT, Frederick Son M 1 1900 Shoreditch London.
  3. [S2] As per use, Index of Marriage as per use, Collected 12/09/2000 from FRC indexes (1837-1965).
  4. [S266] Parish register Microfilm Transcript, As per citation, 1837-1911 "Copy of an entry of marriage in the registration district of Shoreditch from the registers of All Saints, Haggerston Road
    1890 Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of All Saints, Haggerston Road in the County of London.
    No. 298 Charles Bryant aged 27 a bachelor, Pocket Book Maker, of 29 Loanda Street, Father Henry Bryant, Mason
    To
    Hannah Eliza Featherstone aged 25 a Spinster, Machinist, of 36 Lee Street, Father Fred Featherstone, Sawyer
    Married in the Parish Church according to the Rights of the Established Church after banns by me Edward Hounslow
    Both signed in the presence of F Featherstone and Theresa Clarke."

Alice A Drake1

F, #23631, b. circa 1889
Father*(Unknown) Drake1
Mother*Elizabeth Fitzpatrick1
     Alice A Drake was born circa 1889 at Islington, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.1 She is the daughter of (Unknown) Drake and Elizabeth Fitzpatrick.1
Last Edited16 Jan 2011

Citations

  1. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1901 Census
    RG number: RG13 Piece: 233 Folio: 66 Page: 55     
    Registration District: Hackney Sub District: South-East Hackney
    Enumeration District: 25. Ecclesiastical Parish: South Hackney St Augustine
    Civil Parish: Hackney
    Address: 3, Cadogan Terrace, Hackney, London
    FEATHERSTON, William Head Married M 45 1856 Musician Boro London
    FEATHERSTON, Elizabeth Wife Married F 34 1867 Tewkesbury Gloucestershire
    FEATHERSTON, Martha Daughter F 11 1890 Dalston London
    FEATHERSTON, Alfred Son M 6 1895 Dalston London
    DRAKE, Alice A Step Daughter Single F 12 1889 Islington London.

Emily Cooper1

F, #23632, b. circa 1886
Father*Arthur James Cooper; clockmaker2
ChartsWilliam Featherstone cir 1776 -Kent
     Emily Cooper was born circa 1886 at Clerkenwell, London, Middlesex, EnglandG.1 She is the daughter of Arthur James Cooper.2
     Kent Database; Y.

Family

William Featherstone b. Sep 1886
Child
Last Edited20 Jun 2017

Citations

  1. [S1911] 2009 Census filmed, Room 1.015, Government Buildings, Cardiff Road, Newport, South Wales, as per citation, 1911 Census
    RG number: RG14 Piece: 1331
    Reference: RG14PN1331 RG78PN46 RD16 SD1 ED10 SN101
    Registration District: Shoreditch. Sub District: Shoreditch South
    Enumeration District: 10. Parish: Shoreditch
    Address: 77 Crondall Street Hoxton N, London
    FEATHERSTONE, William Head Married 3 years M 24 1887 Wood Fitter London Spitalfields
    FEATHERSTONE, Emily Wife Married 3 years F 25 1886 Box Maker London Clerkenwell
    FEATHERSTONE, Emily Eliza Daughter F 2 1909 London Hoxton.
  2. [S266] Parish register Microfilm Transcript, As per citation, 1837-1911 "Copy of an entry of marriage in the registration district of Shoreditch from the registers of St Mary, Haggerston Road
    1892 Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of St Mary, Haggerston Road in the County of London.
    No. 494
    30 July 1892
    Frederick William Featherstone aged 23 a Bachelor a Linen Collar Cutter of 23 Weymouth Street, Father Frederick William Featherstone, Mill Sawyer
    To
    Theresa Clarke aged 22 a Spinster of 43 Hows Street, Father Walter Clarke, Tailor
    Married in the Parish Church according to the Rights of the Established Church after banns by me Frederic William Goodban Snr Assistant Curate
    Both Signed in the presence of Frederick William Featherstone and Mary Elizabeth Pomeroy."

Arthur James Cooper1

M, #23633

Family

Child
Last Edited17 Jan 2011

Citations

  1. [S266] Parish register Microfilm Transcript, As per citation, 1837-1911 "Copy of an entry of marriage in the registration district of Shoreditch from the registers of St Mary, Haggerston Road
    1892 Marriage solemnized at the Parish Church in the Parish of St Mary, Haggerston Road in the County of London.
    No. 494
    30 July 1892
    Frederick William Featherstone aged 23 a Bachelor a Linen Collar Cutter of 23 Weymouth Street, Father Frederick William Featherstone, Mill Sawyer
    To
    Theresa Clarke aged 22 a Spinster of 43 Hows Street, Father Walter Clarke, Tailor
    Married in the Parish Church according to the Rights of the Established Church after banns by me Frederic William Goodban Snr Assistant Curate
    Both Signed in the presence of Frederick William Featherstone and Mary Elizabeth Pomeroy."

Francis Featherstone1

M, #23634, b. 19 February 1801
Father*John Featherston1 b. 20 Oct 1770
Mother*Mary Rolling1 b. c 1770
ChartsJohn Cir 1743 Nottinghamshire
     Francis Featherstone was baptized on 19 February 1801 at SS Peter & Paul, Warsop, Nottinghamshire, EnglandG.1 He was the son of John Featherston and Mary Rolling.1
     Francis Featherstone lived on 19 February 1801 at Market Worsop, Nottinghamshire, EnglandG.1
Last Edited1 Feb 2015

Citations

  1. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Nottinghamshire baptisms Transcription
    First name(s)      Francis
    Last name      Featherstone
    Birth year      -
    Baptism year      1801
    Baptism date      19 Feb 1801
    Denomination      Anglican
    Church      SS Peter & Paul
    Baptism place      Warsop
    Father's first name(s)      John
    Father's last name      Featherstone
    Mother's first name(s)      Mary
    Mother's last name      Featherstone
    Residence      Mansfield Woodhouse
    County      Nottinghamshire
    Country      England."

Mary (Unknown)1

F, #23635, b. circa 1870
     Mary (Unknown) was born circa 1870.1 She married John Featherstone before 23 February 1891.1
     As of before 23 February 1891,her married name was Featherstone.1

Family

John Featherstone b. c 1870
Child
Last Edited1 Feb 2015

Citations

  1. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Nottinghamshire baptisms Transcription
    First name(s)      Fred Leonard
    Last name      Featherstone
    Birth year      -
    Baptism year      1891
    Baptism date      23 Feb 1891
    Denomination      Anglican
    Church      SS Peter & Paul
    Baptism place      Warsop
    Father's first name(s)      John
    Father's last name      Featherstone
    Mother's first name(s)      Mary
    Mother's last name      Featherstone
    Residence      Market Warsop
    County      Nottinghamshire
    Country      England."

Charles Thomas Milner Featherston1

M, #23636, b. 24 December 1855, d. 15 March 1924
Father*Isaac Earl Featherston1 b. 21 Mar 1813, d. 19 Jun 1876
Mother*Bethia Campbell Scott1 d. 16 Mar 1864
     Charles Thomas Milner Featherston was born on 24 December 1855 at Wellington, New ZealandG.1,2 He was the son of Isaac Earl Featherston and Bethia Campbell Scott.1 Charles Thomas Milner Featherston His Birth was registered in the an unknown place district in the quarter of 1856 Vol/Page; also recorded as Featherstone 1856/1971.1,3 He married Saidee Margaret Reed on 27 January 1890 at Buenos Aires, ArgentinaG.2 Charles Thomas Milner Featherston died on 15 March 1924 at Buenos Aires, ArgentinaG.2
     Kent Database; Y.

Family

Saidee Margaret Reed b. 21 Sep 1863, d. 2 Nov 1958
Child
Last Edited5 Jan 2017

Citations

  1. [S571] As per person, Index of Births various, Registration Number     Family Name     Given Name(s)     Mother's Given
    Name(s)     Father's Given
    Name(s)
    1856/1971     Featherston      Charles Thomas Milner      Bethia Campbell     Isaac Earl (1 Jan 1840- 1 Jan 1910).
  2. [S1700] Don Macfarlane, "Don Macfarlane," e-mail to W. Paul Featherstone, 2014, ......2 Charles Thomas Milner Featherston b: 24 Dec 1855 in Wellington, New Zealand, d: 15 Mar 1924 in
    Buenos Aires, Argentina
    ...... + Saidee Margaret Reid b: 21 Sep 1863 in New York City, NY, US, m: 27 Jan 1890 in Buenos
    Aires, Argentina, d: 02 Nov 1958 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  3. [S571] As per person, Index of Births various, Registration Number     Family Name     Given Name(s)     Mother's Given
    Name(s)     Father's Given
    Name(s)
    1856/638     Featherstone Charles Thomas Milner no father or mother recorded (1 Jan 1840- 1 Jan 1910).
  4. [S1400] See citation, online see Citation, http://www.argbrit.org/SanBart/bapts1891.htm
    Birthdate baptism date name of individual name of father name of mother place of residence profession
    11      26/2/1891      8/12/1891 in Asunción      Featherstone, Charles Earl      Charles Thomas Milne      Saider Marguerite      Asunción, Paraguay      Gentleman      WHS.

John Earle Featherston1

M, #23637, b. before 1853, d. 1853
Father*Isaac Earl Featherston1 b. 21 Mar 1813, d. 19 Jun 1876
Mother*Bethia Campbell Scott1 d. 16 Mar 1864
     John Earle Featherston was born before 1853.1 He died in 1853 at New ZealandG.1 He was the son of Isaac Earl Featherston and Bethia Campbell Scott.1
     Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited13 May 2012

Citations

  1. [S572] As per use, death registration index New Zealand, 1853/55     Featherston John Earle Age Not recorded.

William Robert Earl Featherstone1

M, #23638, b. 22 June 1857, d. September 1879
Father*Isaac Earl Featherston1 b. 21 Mar 1813, d. 19 Jun 1876
Mother*Bethia Campbell Scott1 d. 16 Mar 1864
     William Robert Earl Featherstone was born on 22 June 1857 at Wellington, New ZealandG.1,2 He was the son of Isaac Earl Featherston and Bethia Campbell Scott.1 William Robert Earl Featherstone died on 16 July 1879 at Cotfield, Maidstone, Kent, EnglandG.3,2 He His death was registered in the Maidstone registration district in the quarter of September 1879 Vol./Page 2a.313.4
     Kent Database; Y. As of September 1879, William Robert Earl Featherstone was also known as William R E Featherston.4 William Robert Earl Featherstone was aged 22 at death as of September 1879.4
Last Edited18 Sep 2015

Citations

  1. [S571] As per person, Index of Births various, Registration Number     Family Name     Given Name(s)     Mother's Given
    Name(s)     Father's Given
    Name(s)
    1857/696     Featherstone William Robert Earl no father or mother recorded (1 Jan 1840- 1 Jan 1910).
  2. [S1700] Don Macfarlane, "Don Macfarlane," e-mail to W. Paul Featherstone, 2014, ......2 William Robert Earl Featherston b: 22 Jun 1857 in Wellington, NZ, d: 06 Jul 1879 in Maidstone, Kent.
  3. [S190] Unknown author, newspaper, Newcastle Courant 25 Jul 1879 page 1.
  4. [S3] As per use, death registration index, Collected Feb 2002.

Thomas Featherston1

M, #23639, b. before 1837
     Thomas Featherston was born before 1837.1
Last Edited17 Jan 2011

Citations

  1. [S14] Unknown author, Will, The Will of Margaret Featherston

    This will was proved at Durham on the 28th day of August 1837 by Jane Featherston wife of Thomas Featherston of Cotfield House in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham the sole executrix to whom administration was granted she having been first duly sworn before the Reverend Robert Green clerk Master of Arts a Commisioner in this behalf lawfully appointed faithfully to execute and perform the same as usual Effects sworn under £1000 R Burrell Pw? Joseph Davison Depy Reg.

Thomas Featherston1

M, #23640, b. 5 April 1766, d. 1856
Father*Ralph Featherston2 b. 1729, d. b 3 Feb 1778
     Thomas Featherston was baptized on 5 April 1766 at St John the Baptist, St John's Chapel, Weardale, Durham, EnglandG.3,2 He was the son of Ralph Featherston.2 Thomas Featherston was born before 5 December 1766 at Rowantree Foot, Weardale, Co Durham, EnglandG.3,2 He married Jane Earl on 5 March 1798 at St Andrew, Auckland, Co Durham, EnglandG.1,4,5 Thomas Featherston obtained a licence from L to marry Thomas Featherston on 5 March 1798 Thomas Smith is her brother-in-law and consents to the marriage.
Surety: Thomas Reay, yeoman, of Auckland St.Andrew.6 He died in 1856 at Cotfield House, GatesheadG.2
     Kent Database; Y. Orignally of Black Dean, Weardale, Durham, and later of Cotfield House, Gateshead, Newcastle-on-Tyne (Saint John's Parish).

Cotfield House: Thomas Thompson, merchant, with his offices in the Broad Chare and near the Skinner's Burn, at the foot of Forth banks. He had a large timber or raff yard. Built Cotfield House on the Windmill Hills, Gateshead. Thompson died January 9 1816 at age 43 during the flood while trying to protect his property on the river.
So Thomas would presumably have moved to Cotfield House after 1816.

'Stanhope Parish, the most extensive in the county of Durham, formerly comprised, with its dependent chapelries, an area of 54,780 acres, and extended from the parish of Wolsingham on the south-east to the boundaries of the county of Cumberland on the west. It was bounded on the north-east and north by the parishes of Muggleswick, Edmund Byers, and Hunstanworth, and part of the county of Northumberland, and on the south and south-west by Middleton in Teesdale. During the past thirty years no less than six distinct parishes have been formed, several of which were, however, chapelries previous to that time. The following are the parishes referred to, as having formerly been comprised in the original parish of Stanhope - Eastgate, Frosterley, Heathery Cleugh, Rookhope, St. John's Weardale, and Westgate. Frosterley parish also comprises a portion of Wolsingham.
[From History, Topography and Directory of Durham, Whellan, London, 1894]2

Family

Jane Earl b. 1779
Children
Last Edited26 Aug 2016

Citations

  1. [S14] Unknown author, Will, The Will of Margaret Featherston

    This will was proved at Durham on the 28th day of August 1837 by Jane Featherston wife of Thomas Featherston of Cotfield House in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham the sole executrix to whom administration was granted she having been first duly sworn before the Reverend Robert Green clerk Master of Arts a Commisioner in this behalf lawfully appointed faithfully to execute and perform the same as usual Effects sworn under £1000 R Burrell Pw? Joseph Davison Depy Reg.
  2. [S2231] Unknown author Andrew J Macfarlane as submitted in GEDCOM file C:Userspaul2DocumentsGenealogyProjectsGEDCOM PROJECTFrom Mcfaralne clanAnnieAgnesFeatherston.ged and imported on 2016/08/26 at 09:39:20.
  3. [S1438] Baptism Transcript, Stanhope, unknown period "Baptisms, Weardale District - Record Number: 375786.0
    Location: St. John's Chapel, Weardale
    Church: St. John the Baptist
    Denomination: Anglican
    5 Apr 1766 Thomas Featherston of Rowantree Foot, son of Ralph Featherston."
  4. [S194] Unknown author, Probate, The Will of Margaret Featherston
    This will was proved at Durham on the 28th day of August 1837 by Jane Featherston wife of Thomas Featherston of Cotfield House in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham the sole executrix to whom administration was granted she having been first duly sworn before the Reverend Robert Green clerk Master of Arts a Commisioner in this behalf lawfully appointed faithfully to execute and perform the same as usual Effects sworn under £1000 R Burrell Pw? Joseph Davison Depy Reg
    d House in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham the sole executrix to whom administration was granted she having been first duly sworn before the Reverend Robert Green clerk Master of Arts a Commisioner in this behalf lawfully appointed faithfully to execute and perform the same as usual Effects sworn under £1000 R Burrell Pw? Joseph Davison Depy Reg.
  5. [S277] Online records, online http://www.durhamrecordsonline.com, Marriages, Auckland District - Record Number: 526984.1
    Location: Auckland
    Church: St. Andrew
    Denomination: Anglican
    5 Mar 1798 Thomas Featherston, of the parish of St. John's, Newcastle Upon Tyne married Jane Earl, of this parish, by licence
    Witnesses: Elizabeth Smith, John Smith.
  6. [S277] Online records, online http://www.durhamrecordsonline.com, Marriage Bonds, Durham Diocese
    Record Number: 455475.14
    Denomination: Anglican
    5 Mar 1798 Thomas Featherston (merchant), age 21, of St.John, Newcastle-upon-Tyne obtained a licence to marry Jane Earl, age 19, of Auckland St.Andrew, Thomas Smith is her brother-in-law and consents to the marriage
    Surety: Thomas Reay, yeoman, of Auckland St.Andrew.
  7. [S2236] Baptism Transcript, St John's, unknown period "Baptisms, Newcastle District - Record Number: 1203528.0
    Location: Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland
    Church: St. John
    Denomination: Anglican
    8 Apr 1812 Thomas Featherston, born 18 Oct 1808, 3rd son of Thomas Featherston (grocer, native of Stanhope in Weardale parish, Durham) by his wife Jane Earl (daughter of Jacob Earl, native of the same parish &c.)."
  8. [S2236] Baptism Transcript, St John's, unknown period "Baptisms, Newcastle District - Record Number: 1203529.0
    Location: Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland
    Church: St. John
    Denomination: Anglican
    8 Apr 1812 Jane Featherston, born 19 Feb, 3rd daughter of Thomas Featherston (grocer, native of Stanhope in Weardale parish, Durham) by his wife Jane Earl (daughter of Jacob Earl, native of the same parish &c.)."
  9. [S14] Unknown author, Will, 804 Margaret Featherston Durham 1837

    From the Original in Durham University Archives and Library

    This is the last will and testament of me Margaret Featherston of Cotfield House in the county of Durham spinster First I order and direct all my just debts the cost of proving this my will and other incidental charges to be fully paid and satisfied by my executrix hereinafter named Also I give and bequeath unto my dear Father the legacy or sum of two hundred pounds To my brother Isaac Earl Featherston the legacy or sum of four hundred pounds To my sister Jane Featherston the legacy or sum of two hundred pounds And to William Muschamp the legacy or sum of one hundred pounds to be paid to them respectively within twelve calender months next after my decease. Also I give devise and bequeath all the real and all the singular the rest and residue of the personal estate of what nature or kind soever the same may be of which I am possessed or entitled to either in possession reversion remainder or expecting and over which I possess my right or power of dispositions unto my dear mother Jane Featherston her heirs executors administrators and assigns to and for her own absolute use and benefit independently of her present or any after taken husband or husbands and so and in such manner that the same shall not be subject or liable to his debts or control or engagements And I do hereby declare that the receipt or receipts of my said dear mother not withstanding her coverture shall be good and sufficient discharges to all and every person and persons whomsoever for any monies or other effects to be received by her And of this my last will and testament I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint my said dear mother Jane Featherston sole executrix hereby making all former or other wills by me at any time heretofore made and declaring this only to be and contain my last will and testament In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 22nd day of April in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and thirty seven Margaret Featherston

    Signed sealed published and declared by the said testatrix Margaret Featherston as and for her last will and testament in the presence of us who at her request in her presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses Thomas Featherston Junr ? Elizabeth Weightman Mary Guthrie Twenty second of April 1837.
  10. [S879] W. P Featherstone, "Estimation", Given that he named his daughter Mary Earl.
  11. [S2236] Baptism Transcript, St John's, unknown period "Baptisms, Newcastle District - Record Number: 1204490.0
    Location: Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland
    Church: St. John
    Denomination: Anglican
    4 May 1817 William Roebuck Featherston of Collingwood Street, son of Thomas (grocer) & Jane Featherston."

James Martin Carr-Lloyd

M, #23641, b. circa 1850
     James Martin Carr-Lloyd was born circa 1850 at Hove, Sussex, EnglandG.1
     He was the head of household in the census on on 2 April 1911 at Lancing Manor, Lancing, Sussex, EnglandG, occupation was a of Private means.1

Family

Child
Last Edited21 Sep 2016

Citations

  1. [S1911] 2009 Census filmed, Room 1.015, Government Buildings, Cardiff Road, Newport, South Wales, as per citation, 1911 census RG14/5219/105
    Lancing Manor, Lancing, Sussex
    James Martin Carr-Lloyd head 61 married private means Sussex, Hove
    Jane Emma Carr-Lloyd wife 59 married 21 years no children born alive London, St Georges Hanover Square
    Joyce Nancy Fetherstonhaugh grandaughter 10 student Berkshire, Clewer
    Mariota Fetherstonhaugh grandaughter 8 Ross Cromarty, Strathpeffer Resident
    Dora Jane Sanderson visitor 32 single governess (domestic) Midlothian, Edingburgh visitor
    Minnie Eleanor Fletcher servant 37 single cook (domestic) Suffolk, Polstead
    Elizabeth Curtis servant 26 single lady's maid (domestic) Glamorgan, Cardiff
    Lilian Frances Boniface servant 29 single housemaid (domestic) Sussex, Arundel
    Florence Annie Jones servant 24 single housemaid (domestic) Southampton, West Liss
    Alice Ellis servant 19 single kitchen maid (domestic) London, Poplar
    Alice Wilkins servant 16 single scullery maid (domestic) Essex, Colchester
    William Rogers servant 18 single footman (domestic) Northumberland, Tyegal
    Charles Matthew servant 17 single hall boy (domestic) Kent, Cranbrook
    Elizabeth Maddison visitor 42 single nurse (domestic) Lincolnshire, Grantham
    Helen Halfpin visitor 22 single nurserymaid (domestic) Banffshire, Keith resident.
  2. [S2255] Image Marriage, St Paul, Knightsbridge, unknown period "1898 Marriage solemnized at St Paul's Church, in the Parish of St Paul's Knightsbridge in the County of Middlesex.
    Entry 117. December 29th 1898
    Timothey Fetherstonhaugh aged 29, Bachelor, Captain Seaforth Highlanders of The College, Kirkoswald, Cumberland, Father Timothey Fetherstonhaugh, Esquire.
    to
    Nancy Carr Lloyd aged 21 spinster of Lancing Manor Sussex, Father James Martin Carr Lloyd, esquire.
    Married in the above church according to the rites and ceremonies of the Established Church by Edward Pell vicar of Lancing after Banns
    Both signed
    Witnesses T Fetherstonhaugh and J M Carr-Lloyd."

Margaret Featherston1

F, #23642, b. 9 July 1814, d. 1837
Father*Thomas Featherston1 b. 5 Apr 1766, d. 1856
Mother*Jane Earl1 b. 1779
     Margaret Featherston was born on 9 July 1814 at Collingwood Street, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, EnglandG.2,3 She was the daughter of Thomas Featherston and Jane Earl.1 Margaret Featherston was baptized on 5 September 1814 at St John, Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, EnglandG.2 She died in 1837.3 She was buried on 5 May 1837 at Newcastle General Cemetery, Newcastle, Northumberland, EnglandG.4 Her estate was probated on 28 August 1837 at Durham, Co Durham, EnglandG.5
     She left a will on 2 April 1837; 804 Margaret Featherston Durham 1837

From the Original in Durham University Archives and Library

This is the last will and testament of me Margaret Featherston of Cotfield House in the county of Durham spinster First I order and direct all my just debts the cost of proving this my will and other incidental charges to be fully paid and satisfied by my executrix hereinafter named Also I give and bequeath unto my dear Father the legacy or sum of two hundred pounds To my brother Isaac Earl Featherston the legacy or sum of four hundred pounds To my sister Jane Featherston the legacy or sum of two hundred pounds And to William Muschamp the legacy or sum of one hundred pounds to be paid to them respectively within twelve calender months next after my decease. Also I give devise and bequeath all the real and all the singular the rest and residue of the personal estate of what nature or kind soever the same may be of which I am possessed or entitled to either in possession reversion remainder or expecting and over which I possess my right or power of dispositions unto my dear mother Jane Featherston her heirs executors administrators and assigns to and for her own absolute use and benefit independently of her present or any after taken husband or husbands and so and in such manner that the same shall not be subject or liable to his debts or control or engagements And I do hereby declare that the receipt or receipts of my said dear mother not withstanding her coverture shall be good and sufficient discharges to all and every person and persons whomsoever for any monies or other effects to be received by her And of this my last will and testament I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint my said dear mother Jane Featherston sole executrix hereby making all former or other wills by me at any time heretofore made and declaring this only to be and contain my last will and testament In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 22nd day of April in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and thirty seven Margaret Featherston

Signed sealed published and declared by the said testatrix Margaret Featherston as and for her last will and testament in the presence of us who at her request in her presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses Thomas Featherston Junr ? Elizabeth Weightman Mary Guthrie Twenty second of April 1837

The Will of Margaret Featherston

This will was proved at Durham on the 28th day of August 1837 by Jane Featherston wife of Thomas Featherston of Cotfield House in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham the sole executrix to whom administration was granted she having been first duly sworn before the Reverend Robert Green clerk Master of Arts a Commisioner in this behalf lawfully appointed faithfully to execute and perform the same as usual Effects sworn under £1000 R Burrell Pw? Joseph Davison Depy Reg

Isaac Earl Featherston was born at Newcastle upon Tyne, England, on 21 March 1813, the son of Thomas Featherston, a wealthy retail grocer and his wife, Jane Earl. He was educated at a private school at Tamworth and at Edinburgh University from which he graduated MD in 1836. He married Bethia Campbell Scott at Edinburgh on 10 December 1839. After traveling in search of a restoration of health (he suffered from tuberculosis), Featherston took a position as surgeon superintendent on board a New Zealand Company ship, the Olympus, which left England in December 1840 and arrived at Wellington in May 1841.

During the 1840s Featherston practiced medicine in Wellington and became involved in the new town's various associations. He helped in community-building initiatives, such as the founding of the Wellington Savings Bank in 1846, and took a leading part in deputations and public meetings. He became the first editor of the Wellington Independent in 1845. In 1848 Judge H. S. Chapman referred to him as 'a man of unimpeached character, of ability and very popular among the settlers, to whose interests he is devoted. Indeed he may be said to be the leader of the settlers.'

Featherston's first reaction on arriving at Wellington was one of shock. 'Did those mud hovels scattered along the beach, or those wooden huts which appeared every here and there…represent the City of Wellington?' He saw the New Zealand Company as having deceived its migrants, especially over the hundreds of acres of 'fine fertile land which shall produce such astounding crops'. He himself was said by Chapman to have turned against the company because 'he invested money in land in 1840 and has got a useless swamp worth nothing'. Featherston fought to secure compensation for the company's land purchasers. When a scheme finally was worked out, he received much of the credit and a service of silver plate was presented to him at a function at Barrett's Hotel on 28 June 1852. He was shocked at the smallness of the attendance: many stayed away because they suspected that the compensation was aimed at creating a class of rich landowners. This was the first of many public controversies in which he was to be involved.

In 1851 Featherston was one of the leaders of the Wellington Settlers' Constitutional Association and a critic of Governor George Grey's constitutional proposals. He caused a stir, therefore, when in 1852 and 1853 he did a volte-face and came out in support of Grey's new constitution, even defending Grey's failure to convene the General Assembly. Featherston's actions arose from his political views: an extreme provincialist, he favoured the maximum possible devolution of functions and powers to the provincial councils. Some observers, however, attributed his actions to personal ambition. Henry Sewell, calling Featherston a 'fallen angel', said that Grey had seduced him by handing over so much power to the superintendents of the new provinces. Sewell was referring to the fact that in 1853 Featherston had been elected unopposed as the first superintendent of Wellington province.

A feature of Featherston's early career was his antagonism to the Wakefields. It was said that he had intended to emigrate to Australia but was persuaded by Edward Gibbon Wakefield to go to New Zealand instead. His animosity towards the Wakefields may have stemmed from this experience of their 'sales talk'. In 1847, soon after publishing an attack on New Zealand Company land policy in the Independent , Featherston fought a duel with Colonel William Wakefield, the company's principal agent. When Edward Gibbon Wakefield arrived in Wellington in 1853, Featherston clearly saw him as a serious rival for leadership: one report had him wanting to 'drive [Wakefield] out of the colony'. Sewell believed that he was jealous of Wakefield and took an 'implacable and inflexible' attitude to his offers of co-operation. One major issue at stake was the price at which land should be sold: Wakefield tried unsuccessfully to convert Featherston to the 'high' or 'sufficient price' policy. Wakefield took up the promotion of 'small' settlement and obliged Featherston to appear to be in favour of it - until ill health removed Wakefield from political activity in 1854. A few years later his son, Edward Jerningham Wakefield, became one of Featherston's chief antagonists in Wellington's constitutional crisis.

Featherston tried to adopt a form of responsible government for Wellington province by choosing executive officers acceptable to the provincial council. One effect of this was to foster party politics. But Featherston had no intention of acting as a mere constitutional monarch and adopting policies that were acceptable to a majority composed of his and his 'party's' opponents. Such a majority was elected in 1857, and in May 1858 Featherston resigned as superintendent, apparently intending to return to England. Instead, almost immediately, he stood for and secured re-election. Three years of stalemate ensued as he had no power to dissolve the council. Government was paralysed, and, when Wellington's representatives were too preoccupied to attend the 1858 session of the General Assembly, the New Provinces Act was passed which enabled Hawke's Bay to secede from Wellington province. In 1859 he resumed full powers as superintendent and spent money without the authority of the council. The crisis was not broken until the 1861 election when he once more had a majority.

Featherston continued to hold the position of superintendent for Wellington province until 1870. He was also a member of the House of Representatives from 1853 until 1870, representing first Wanganui and then from 1855 the City of Wellington. Only twice did he hold office in the general government - as colonial secretary for a month in 1861 and minister without portfolio from 1869 to 1871. After failing to form a government in 1856, he concentrated on a career at the provincial level where he was able to enjoy a continuous hold on power such as he would have been most unlikely to have achieved at the national level. It is open to debate whether his concentration on provincial politics was a consequence of his ultra-provincialism or a cause of it.

C. R. Carter, writing in 1863, described Featherston as having 'an intellectual head, a pale face, and "sparse" hair and whiskers fast turning grey'. He was regarded as an eloquent speaker, although his voice was weak and so quiet as sometimes to be inaudible. A listener might think that he was on the verge of breaking down; naturally this characteristic added to the impact. He gave the impression of struggling to draw words from his heart. According to one observer, 'the man's fine moral nature is apparent and gives dignity to all he says'.

Featherston was troubled by constant ill health, at times severe and debilitating. Carter once found him in bed suffering simultaneously from asthma, bronchitis and sciatica. It is doubtful whether his illness had any seriously inhibiting effect on his political activity and it sometimes furnished an excuse for courses of action or modes of behaviour which he wished to adopt. The antidote to ill health was action. His approach to politics was characterised by concentrated exertion of energy, courage and boldness in seeking solutions. Such traits he described as typical of men engaged in the heroic work of founding 'a great future nation'.

In 1860 the Waitara dispute culminated in war between Maori and Pakeha. Featherston was a strong critic of the Stafford government's handling of the affair, and his speech on 7 August, denouncing the official policy, attracted widespread acclaim. It has been argued that among his reasons for taking this stand were gratitude to Wiremu Kingi Te Rangitake for his assistance in averting attack on the Wellington settlement in the 1840s, and anger over the Stafford government's New Provinces Act 1858. As conflict intensified, he became anxious about policies promoting a more vigorous prosecution of the war, fearing their unsettling effect on race relations, especially in Wellington province, and the consequence of increasing the power of the general government.

In this period Featherston became renowned for his diplomacy. Whenever trouble threatened, he intervened personally and worked to persuade Maori tribes not to join the Kingites, using his stand over Waitara as proof of his even-handedness. He acquired mana, perhaps as much as anything because of his courage and boldness.

Featherston used his new-found skills as a negotiator with particular effect in facilitating the acquisition of Maori land. In 1862 he was appointed land purchase commissioner in Wellington province. Most celebrated was his role over seven years in negotiations for the Rangitikei block, culminating in a great meeting in 1867 witnessed by Sir Charles Dilke, who was very impressed by Featherston's cunning and powers of persuasion.

During the war crisis of 1865--66 Featherston raised auxiliaries of pro-government Maori but they refused to fight unless he led them himself. Although so ill that at times he could hardly sit on his horse, he accompanied Major General Trevor Chute on his west coast campaign and led a Maori contingent in several engagements, notably at Otapawa. This episode fuelled the Featherston legend: he was described leading the men into battle 'in his dressing gown, with a cigar in his mouth, having no weapon whatever with which to defend himself'. He was subsequently awarded the New Zealand Cross for bravery. Other honours were accorded him in recognition of his services: the Wairarapa town of Featherston and Featherston Street in Wellington were named after him.

Throughout his political career Featherston followed a policy of selling land in Wellington province at a low price. It was widely argued that this favoured pastoralists by enabling them to acquire large estates at moderate expense. Whatever the truth of this, Featherston's avowed aim was to maintain a substantial revenue from land sales. He saw the province's over-riding need as revenue for the promotion of public works and immigration. He never promoted closer settlement with great vigour or enthusiasm, but on the other hand he did everything possible to encourage pastoral development. He himself owned and leased considerable areas of land in the province. In particular, he acquired land in Wairarapa and established a sheep farm there.

Featherston had eight daughters and four sons. Much of the work of raising this family was inevitably left to his wife, Bethia. She once remarked that, 'if I had no children I fancy my chief pleasure would lie in acting as Secretary to my Husband'. But she went on to observe that Featherston 'has rather antiquated ideas about the Rights of Women' and 'seems to have a leaning towards the opinion that the less a wife is seen or heard of in public the more admirable is she in private'. C. W. Richmond found 'the Featherston Ménage…dreary & uncomfortable' and concluded that 'home is not Featherston's centre'. While this judgement seems blunt, it is probably fair to say that public rather than personal concerns engaged Featherston's attention, especially after the death of Bethia on 16 March 1864.

From the mid 1860s Featherston worried about trends that he believed were undermining the provincial system; for example, the consolidation of loans in 1867. In 1866 he predicted the rise of a great provincial party to defend the provinces. So inflexible did he become and so formidable a leader of provincialism was he that it is not surprising that the Fox--Vogel government devised various ways to detach him from national politics after 1869. He was sent to the United Kingdom to negotiate, unsuccessfully, for the retention of two British regiments in New Zealand. While there, however, he secured a British government guarantee of a £1 million loan for roading.

In 1871 Featherston took up appointment as New Zealand's first agent general in London. Much of his work in this position involved recruiting migrants under Vogel's immigration programme. He disliked office work and failed to develop efficient business habits. No doubt this was because of his age and the very different style in which he had hitherto exercised authority. Someone as accustomed as he was to near autocratic power could not adjust to being the servant of the government. If he thought that his instructions were wrong, he ignored or disobeyed them. He left correspondence unanswered and failed to keep the government informed. As a result, he was frequently rebuked. Increasingly his performance was affected by a deterioration in health which culminated in his death on 19 June 1876 at Hove in Sussex, England.

Complex and forceful, Featherston was regarded with awe by his peers. C. W. Richmond said that he was the only one of his political opponents whom he feared. 'He is very persuasive, very resolute, very deep.' Yet in personal relations he was described as being very genial and fond of a joke. Featherston's personality was undoubtedly an asset to him in his career: he was one of the earliest New Zealand politicians to have a popular image. Affection is reflected in the name by which he was commonly known: to the people he helped govern he was 'The Little Doctor'.

David HAMER
Buick, T. L. Old Manawatu. Palmerston North, 1903
[Carter, C. R.] Life and recollections of a New Zealand colonist. 3 vols. London, 1866--75
Dalziel, R. M. The origins of New Zealand diplomacy. Wellington, 1975
Hall, K. H. 'Aspects of the career of Dr Featherston'. MA thesis, Victoria, 1950
Morrell, W. P. The provincial system in New Zealand, 1852--76. 2nd ed. Christchurch, 1964
Stuart, P. Edward Gibbon Wakefield in New Zealand. Wellington, 1971

How TO CITE THIS BIOGRAPHY:
Hamer, David. 'Featherston, Isaac Earl 1813 - 1876'. Dictionary of New Zealand Biography, updated 16 December 2003
URL: http://www.dnzb.govt.nz/

The original version of this biography was published in the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography Volume One (1769-1869), 1990
© Crown Copyright 1990-2005. Published by the Ministry for Culture and Heritage, Wellington, New Zealand. All rights reserved.

Life and recollections of a New Zealand colonist by Charles Rooking Carter Volume III p233-234

Mr J. Morrison was an efficient officer, but one who liked the pay better than the work, and who aspired to be "A.G."...

During the first part of the Doctor's [Featherston] term of office as Agent-General he lived at Croyden, ten miles from London. He resided there for twelve months, at the end of which, in the autumn of 1872, he removed his family to Boulougne, and afterwards went over to spend Christmas Day with them. On his return to London the next day he looked ill, and told me he felt very unwell, and continued getting worse till New Year's day, 1873, when he was confined to his apartment which he had furnished as a bedroom, adjoining his office. Soon after this, his condition became daily more critical. While in bed he dictated a telegram to his daughter Fanny, at Ashford in Kent. It was to the effect that he was ill, suffering acute pain, and wished her to come up as soon as she could to see him, and also to go with me to take a house. After this I found a suitable residence in Colville Gardens, Bayswater: still he remained seriously ill at the offices. The late London Agent for the NZ Government, Mr John Morrison, was still with us at a salary of £600 a-year, and the medical adviser of the Agent-General used to come every morning to his patient at the offices.
One morning the Agent-General was worse than usual, and myself and Mr Morrison waited the coming of his medical attendant with unusual anxiety. He came, saw Dr Featherston, and came into the room where we were, and reported that his patient was dangerously ill, and that he might not be able to continue to sign cheques. This was an official duty that the Agent-General, I knew, was most unwilling to delegate to any one else. His medical adviser left, and Mr M.and myself were left
to ponder over the situation. He thought the Agent-General might not recover, and in the midst of our consultation, he suddenly exclaimed:- "Carter, the business of the office must not be stopped, somebody must stand in the breach: I will do it, and the Colony will back me up!" He was ready to sign cheques and quickly step into a dead man's shoes. But the Doctor did not die; he began to recover, and soon after a telegram arrived from the Colony, saying that Mr Morrison's services were to be
dispensed with; and so ended his connection with the office and with New Zealand - out of which he had made a large fortune. She left a will on 22 April 1837 at Cotfield House, Co Durham, England.6,1
Last Edited26 Aug 2016

Citations

  1. [S14] Unknown author, Will, 804 Margaret Featherston Durham 1837

    From the Original in Durham University Archives and Library

    This is the last will and testament of me Margaret Featherston of Cotfield House in the county of Durham spinster First I order and direct all my just debts the cost of proving this my will and other incidental charges to be fully paid and satisfied by my executrix hereinafter named Also I give and bequeath unto my dear Father the legacy or sum of two hundred pounds To my brother Isaac Earl Featherston the legacy or sum of four hundred pounds To my sister Jane Featherston the legacy or sum of two hundred pounds And to William Muschamp the legacy or sum of one hundred pounds to be paid to them respectively within twelve calender months next after my decease. Also I give devise and bequeath all the real and all the singular the rest and residue of the personal estate of what nature or kind soever the same may be of which I am possessed or entitled to either in possession reversion remainder or expecting and over which I possess my right or power of dispositions unto my dear mother Jane Featherston her heirs executors administrators and assigns to and for her own absolute use and benefit independently of her present or any after taken husband or husbands and so and in such manner that the same shall not be subject or liable to his debts or control or engagements And I do hereby declare that the receipt or receipts of my said dear mother not withstanding her coverture shall be good and sufficient discharges to all and every person and persons whomsoever for any monies or other effects to be received by her And of this my last will and testament I do hereby nominate constitute and appoint my said dear mother Jane Featherston sole executrix hereby making all former or other wills by me at any time heretofore made and declaring this only to be and contain my last will and testament In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 22nd day of April in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and thirty seven Margaret Featherston

    Signed sealed published and declared by the said testatrix Margaret Featherston as and for her last will and testament in the presence of us who at her request in her presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses Thomas Featherston Junr ? Elizabeth Weightman Mary Guthrie Twenty second of April 1837.
  2. [S2236] Baptism Transcript, St John's, unknown period "Baptisms, Newcastle District - Record Number: 1203961.0
    Location: Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland
    Church: St. John
    Denomination: Anglican
    5 Sep 1814 Margaret Featherston of Collingwood Street, daughter of Thomas (grocer) & Jane Featherston."
  3. [S2231] Unknown author Andrew J Macfarlane as submitted in GEDCOM file C:Userspaul2DocumentsGenealogyProjectsGEDCOM PROJECTFrom Mcfaralne clanAnnieAgnesFeatherston.ged and imported on 2016/08/26 at 09:39:20.
  4. [S2231] Unknown author Andrew J Macfarlane as submitted in GEDCOM file C:Userspaul2DocumentsGenealogyProjectsGEDCOM PROJECTFrom Mcfaralne clanAnnieAgnesFeatherston.ged and imported on 2016/08/26 at 09:39:20. "Died unmarried. Buried 5 May 1837 at Newcastle General Cemetery from Cotfield House, Gateshead, aged 22."
  5. [S194] Unknown author, Probate, The Will of Margaret Featherston
    This will was proved at Durham on the 28th day of August 1837 by Jane Featherston wife of Thomas Featherston of Cotfield House in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham the sole executrix to whom administration was granted she having been first duly sworn before the Reverend Robert Green clerk Master of Arts a Commissioner in this behalf lawfully appointed faithfully to execute and perform the same as usual Effects sworn under £1000 R Burrell Pw? Joseph Davison Depy Reg.
  6. [S194] Unknown author, Probate, The Will of Margaret Featherston

    This will was proved at Durham on the 28th day of August 1837 by Jane Featherston wife of Thomas Featherston of Cotfield House in the parish of Gateshead in the county of Durham the sole executrix to whom administration was granted she having been first duly sworn before the Reverend Robert Green clerk Master of Arts a Commisioner in this behalf lawfully appointed faithfully to execute and perform the same as usual Effects sworn under £1000 R Burrell Pw? Joseph Davison Depy Reg.

Samuel Featherstone1

M, #23643, b. circa 1759
ChartsSamuel cir 1759 Nottinghamshire
     Samuel Featherstone was born circa 1759.1 He married Sarah (Unknown) before 15 September 1780.2,1

Family

Sarah (Unknown) b. c 1759
Children
Last Edited11 Feb 2015

Citations

  1. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Nottinghamshire baptisms Transcription
    First name(s)      George
    Last name      Featherstone
    Birth year      -
    Baptism year      1798
    Baptism date      11 May 1798
    Denomination      Anglican
    Church      SS Peter & Paul
    Baptism place      Warsop
    Father's first name(s)      Samuel
    Father's last name      Featherstone
    Mother's first name(s)      Sarah
    Mother's last name      Featherstone
    Residence      Mansfield Woodhouse
    County      Nottinghamshire
    Country      England."
  2. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Nottinghamshire baptisms Transcription
    First name(s)      Hannah
    Last name      Featherston
    Birth year      -
    Baptism year      1780
    Baptism date      15 Sep 1780
    Denomination      Anglican
    Church      SS Peter & Paul
    Baptism place      Warsop
    Father's first name(s)      Samuel
    Father's last name      Featherston
    Mother's first name(s)      Sarah
    Mother's last name      Featherston
    Residence      Market Warsop
    County      Nottinghamshire
    Country      England."
  3. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Nottinghamshire baptisms Transcription
    First name(s)      John
    Last name      Featherston
    Birth year      -
    Baptism year      1783
    Baptism date      19 Jul 1783
    Denomination      Anglican
    Church      SS Peter & Paul
    Baptism place      Warsop
    Father's first name(s)      Samuel
    Father's last name      Featherston
    Mother's first name(s)      Sarah
    Mother's last name      Featherston
    Residence      Market Warsop
    County      Nottinghamshire
    Country      England."
  4. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Nottinghamshire baptisms Transcription
    First name(s)      Samuel
    Last name      Featherston
    Birth year      -
    Baptism year      1785
    Baptism date      09 Dec 1785
    Denomination      Anglican
    Church      SS Peter & Paul
    Baptism place      Warsop
    Father's first name(s)      Samuel
    Father's last name      Featherston
    Mother's first name(s)      Sarah
    Mother's last name      Featherston
    Residence      Mansfield Woodhouse
    County      Nottinghamshire
    Country      England."
  5. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Nottinghamshire baptisms Transcription
    First name(s)      Sarah
    Last name      Featherston
    Birth year      -
    Baptism year      1790
    Baptism date      11 Apr 1790
    Denomination      Anglican
    Church      SS Peter & Paul
    Baptism place      Warsop
    Father's first name(s)      Samuel
    Father's last name      Featherston
    Mother's first name(s)      Sarah
    Mother's last name      Featherston
    Residence      Mansfield Woodhouse
    County      Nottinghamshire
    Country      England."
  6. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Nottinghamshire baptisms Transcription
    First name(s)      John
    Last name      Featherston
    Birth year      -
    Baptism year      1792
    Baptism date      22 Jul 1792
    Denomination      Anglican
    Church      SS Peter & Paul
    Baptism place      Warsop
    Father's first name(s)      Samuel
    Father's last name      Featherston
    Mother's first name(s)      Sarah
    Mother's last name      Featherston
    Residence      Mansfield Woodhouse
    County      Nottinghamshire
    Country      England."
  7. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Nottinghamshire baptisms Transcription
    First name(s)      Mary
    Last name      Featherstone
    Birth year      -
    Baptism year      1794
    Baptism date      05 Aug 1794
    Denomination      Anglican
    Church      SS Peter & Paul
    Baptism place      Warsop
    Father's first name(s)      Samuel
    Father's last name      Featherstone
    Mother's first name(s)      Sarah
    Mother's last name      Featherstone
    Residence      Mansfield Woodhouse
    County      Nottinghamshire
    Country      England."
  8. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Nottinghamshire baptisms Transcription
    First name(s)      William
    Last name      Featherston
    Birth year      -
    Baptism year      1788
    Baptism date      06 Apr 1788
    Denomination      Anglican
    Church      SS Peter & Paul
    Baptism place      Warsop
    Father's first name(s)      Samuel
    Father's last name      Featherston
    Mother's first name(s)      Sarah
    Mother's last name      Featherston
    Residence      Mansfield Woodhouse
    County      Nottinghamshire
    Country      England."

Sarah (Unknown)1

F, #23644, b. circa 1759
ChartsSamuel cir 1759 Nottinghamshire
     Sarah (Unknown) was born circa 1759.2,1 She married Samuel Featherstone before 15 September 1780.2,1
     As of before 11 May 1798,her married name was Featherstone.1

Family

Samuel Featherstone b. c 1759
Children
Last Edited11 Feb 2015

Citations

  1. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Nottinghamshire baptisms Transcription
    First name(s)      George
    Last name      Featherstone
    Birth year      -
    Baptism year      1798
    Baptism date      11 May 1798
    Denomination      Anglican
    Church      SS Peter & Paul
    Baptism place      Warsop
    Father's first name(s)      Samuel
    Father's last name      Featherstone
    Mother's first name(s)      Sarah
    Mother's last name      Featherstone
    Residence      Mansfield Woodhouse
    County      Nottinghamshire
    Country      England."
  2. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Nottinghamshire baptisms Transcription
    First name(s)      Hannah
    Last name      Featherston
    Birth year      -
    Baptism year      1780
    Baptism date      15 Sep 1780
    Denomination      Anglican
    Church      SS Peter & Paul
    Baptism place      Warsop
    Father's first name(s)      Samuel
    Father's last name      Featherston
    Mother's first name(s)      Sarah
    Mother's last name      Featherston
    Residence      Market Warsop
    County      Nottinghamshire
    Country      England."
  3. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Nottinghamshire baptisms Transcription
    First name(s)      John
    Last name      Featherston
    Birth year      -
    Baptism year      1783
    Baptism date      19 Jul 1783
    Denomination      Anglican
    Church      SS Peter & Paul
    Baptism place      Warsop
    Father's first name(s)      Samuel
    Father's last name      Featherston
    Mother's first name(s)      Sarah
    Mother's last name      Featherston
    Residence      Market Warsop
    County      Nottinghamshire
    Country      England."
  4. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Nottinghamshire baptisms Transcription
    First name(s)      Samuel
    Last name      Featherston
    Birth year      -
    Baptism year      1785
    Baptism date      09 Dec 1785
    Denomination      Anglican
    Church      SS Peter & Paul
    Baptism place      Warsop
    Father's first name(s)      Samuel
    Father's last name      Featherston
    Mother's first name(s)      Sarah
    Mother's last name      Featherston
    Residence      Mansfield Woodhouse
    County      Nottinghamshire
    Country      England."
  5. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Nottinghamshire baptisms Transcription
    First name(s)      Sarah
    Last name      Featherston
    Birth year      -
    Baptism year      1790
    Baptism date      11 Apr 1790
    Denomination      Anglican
    Church      SS Peter & Paul
    Baptism place      Warsop
    Father's first name(s)      Samuel
    Father's last name      Featherston
    Mother's first name(s)      Sarah
    Mother's last name      Featherston
    Residence      Mansfield Woodhouse
    County      Nottinghamshire
    Country      England."
  6. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Nottinghamshire baptisms Transcription
    First name(s)      John
    Last name      Featherston
    Birth year      -
    Baptism year      1792
    Baptism date      22 Jul 1792
    Denomination      Anglican
    Church      SS Peter & Paul
    Baptism place      Warsop
    Father's first name(s)      Samuel
    Father's last name      Featherston
    Mother's first name(s)      Sarah
    Mother's last name      Featherston
    Residence      Mansfield Woodhouse
    County      Nottinghamshire
    Country      England."
  7. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Nottinghamshire baptisms Transcription
    First name(s)      Mary
    Last name      Featherstone
    Birth year      -
    Baptism year      1794
    Baptism date      05 Aug 1794
    Denomination      Anglican
    Church      SS Peter & Paul
    Baptism place      Warsop
    Father's first name(s)      Samuel
    Father's last name      Featherstone
    Mother's first name(s)      Sarah
    Mother's last name      Featherstone
    Residence      Mansfield Woodhouse
    County      Nottinghamshire
    Country      England."
  8. [S931] Webpage findmypast.co.uk (http://www.findmypast.co.uk) "Nottinghamshire baptisms Transcription
    First name(s)      William
    Last name      Featherston
    Birth year      -
    Baptism year      1788
    Baptism date      06 Apr 1788
    Denomination      Anglican
    Church      SS Peter & Paul
    Baptism place      Warsop
    Father's first name(s)      Samuel
    Father's last name      Featherston
    Mother's first name(s)      Sarah
    Mother's last name      Featherston
    Residence      Mansfield Woodhouse
    County      Nottinghamshire
    Country      England."

(Unknown) Featherstone

M, #23645
     Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013

(Unknown) Featherstone1

M, #23646
     Kent Database; Y.

Family

Mary (Unknown) b. c 1861
Last Edited20 Mar 2013

Citations

  1. [S1901] 31.3.1901 Census filmed, unknown repository address, as per citation, 1901 census RG13/728/114/35
    25 Railway Street, Chatham, Kent
    Ernest E Townley head M 42 dentist Hants, Portsmouth
    Florence J Townley wife M 37 Kent, Sandgate
    Florence M Townley dau 14 London
    Clara Townley dau 13 London
    Sydney Townley son 7 Kent, Chatham
    Frank Townley son 5 Kent, Chatham
    Madge Townley dau 3 Kent, Chatham
    Dorothy Townley dau 3mo Kent, Chatham
    Mary Featherstone Servant M 40 domestic (general Servant) London, Hammersmith.

(Unknown) Featherstone1

M, #23647
     Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013

Citations

  1. [S879] W. P Featherstone, "Estimation."

(Unknown) Featherstone1

M, #23648
     Kent Database; Y.
Last Edited20 Mar 2013

Citations

  1. [S1841] Census filmed for England & Wales, "1841 census HO107/1056/2/40/32
    Grove Place, Brixton Road, Kennington, Surrey
    Sarah Fetherstone 60 Ind N
    Catherine Fetherstone 20 Ind N
    Henry Green 4 y
    Louisa 2 y."