Thomas Fawler

(say 1705 - before 25 March 1755)
     Thomas Fawler was born say 1705 in England. He was the son of Thomas Fawler and Susanna Hulbert. Thomas was a shipwright between 1717 and 1755. He entered Plymouth Yard as servant to his father, the Master Caulker on 1 May 1717 (ADM 42/829), and was discharged 30 June 1721 (ADM 42/833), entering Woolwich Yard as a shipwright on 11 July following (ADM 42/1868). On 2 Dec 1727 he was appointed Quarter Man at 2/6 a day (ADM 42/1874), a position he held until he was reduced on 31 Dec 1756 (ADM 42/1900), and after that appears in the Ordinary Lists of Woolwich as deputy to the Warrant Officers (Gunners, Carpenters, Pursers, ec) on leave from their ships there, his last discharge being on 28 Feb 1755 from HMS Hector, where he had been deputy to the Purser (ADM 42/1757). As "Thomas Fawler of Woolwich, shipwright, he took an apprentice for £10 in 1741 Richard, son of Henry Canham of Woolwich.
     A Thomas Fawler married Elizabeth Chatterton on 12 March 1719/20 at All Hallows, London Wall; a Thomas Fawler married Elizabeth Stacey 7 Feb 1697 at St Katherine By The Tower, London.
Thomas Fawler was mentioned in the register of duties paid for apprentices' indentures on 22 August 1741. Thomas Fawler, shipwright of Woolwich in Kent.
     Thomas died before 25 March 1755 in Woolwich, Kent. He was buried on 25 March 1755 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich, Kent.

Thomas Fawler

(circa 1755 - 28 August 1784)
     Thomas Fawler was born circa 1755 in England. He was the son of Capt John Fawler and Mary Poole.
     In Capt John Fawler's will dated 17 July 1766 in Chatham, Kent, Thomas Fawler was named as heir; His will left his estate to his son Thomas Fawler and daughter Mary Fawler, his nephew John Fawler gentleman of London to be sole executor. If both children died before 21 his estate was to go to his nephews John Fawler of London gentleman and John Pucky of Woolwich shipwright.
Thomas Fawler was mentioned in the register of duties paid for apprentices' indentures on 22 January 1770. Thomas Fawler was apprenticed to Ben Lyon, surgeon of St James Clerkenwell. Thomas was a surgeon & apothecary in Clapham, Surrey.
     Thomas Fawler and Anna Blissett obtained a marriage licence on 18 March 1777 in London.
     Thomas Fawler married Anna Blissett on 20 March 1777 in Holy Trinity, Clapham, Surrey. They had no family. His widow had a life interest in the Poole estate, and it then passed to his sister Mary and her husband, John Hooper.
     Thomas Fawler was mentioned in the will of Thomas Poole dated 28 October 1778.
     Conveyance (Lease & Release) for a nominal consideration with covenant to levy a fine to make a tenant to the precipe for suffering a recovery - date: 21-22 June 1779
(a) Thomas Fawler of Clapham (co. Surr.), surgeon (son and heir of John Fawler and w. Mary (late Mary Poole, spinster), and also grandson and heir of John Poole by w. Elizabeth, who was the only child and heiress of [blank] Geere by w. Eleanor, who was the only child and heiress of Thomas Poole formerly of New Shoreham, merchant, by w. Faith), and w. Anna, (b) John Webb of Clifford's Inn, London, gent., (c) William Allen of Clifford's Inn, gent
Messuage now used as a ropehouse in the South Street and piece of land called the Garden lying near, 'respectively' in the tenure or occupation of Benjam Tilson; croft of arable land (1a.) called the Bayfield, abutting upon lands heretofore of William Bell, decd., on S. and N., upon the highway on E., and upon lands heretofore of Thomas Whatman on W., [and] now in the possession of John Hennington; messuage with the barn, backside and garden belonging, heretofore in the possession of John Jefferys, but now of Clement Freeman; messuage with the yard, backside and garden belonging, now and for many years past in the possession of Walter Sawyers; two messuages with the yards, backsides and gardens belonging, and croft or piece of land (1½a.) lying behind the messuages and called Swancroft, in the several tenures or occupations of William Turner, John Mitchell and John Dean; messuage with the garden belonging, late in the possession of Thomas Poole, gent., decd., but now untenanted, together with the workshop adjoining now in the possession of John Weeks, carpenter: all in New Shoreham
Pieces of arable, meadow and pasture lands (16a.) in the common fields of Old Shoreham, heretofore in the tenure or occupation of John Pollard, but now of Charles Oram, and cottage near or adjoining to part of these lands in the possession of John Moon
Messuage with the barns, stables, yards, garden and orchards, together with the lands, meadow, pasture and woodgrounds (15a.) belonging, called Peacock in Cowfold, heretofore in the tenure or occupation of Abraham Cooper, late in occ. of George Nye, but now in the tenure or occupation of Caleb Akehurst
The fine to be levied from (a) to (b), who shall become tenant to the precipe for suffering a recovery with (c) as demandant and (a) as vouchees, after which the properties shall be held to the use of such persons and for such estates as said Thomas Fawler shall appoint, and in default of such appointment to the use of said Thomas Fawler for life, and then to the use of his right heirs
Signatures and seals of all parties
Witnesses - Edward Allen, J: Knight
The Release Add Mss 5309 is endorsed with memorandum that the lands called Peacock or Peacocks Hill in Cowfold were conveyed, 28 Mar. 1877, by Rev. Richard Poole Hooper (surviving devisee in trust of the will of George Henry Hooper) to Richard Ramsden of Wo[ldringfold [in Cowfold]
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     Thomas Fawler made a will dated 8 July 1784 in Clapham, Surrey. I Thomas Fawler of Clapham in the county of Surrey Apothecary do make this my last will and testament in manner following It is my particular will and desire to be buried in plain and decent manner the place wherever my wife Anna Fawler shall direct I leave and bequeath my books Instruments and Skeleton to my friend Doctor William Lister of Mark Lane and £50 in money as a rememberance of his great attention and the many acts of friendship and sincerity I received at his hands'; his household goods, plate, linen and china, and also all sums of money due to him from book debts or on notes of hand to wife Anna Fawler, failing their heirs to my sister Mary Hooper wife of Mr John Hooper of Oxford St, Linen Draper ... but neither Mr John Fawler, attorney at law nor any of his relations or Mr James Hooper of New Bond Street, silk mercer, or any of his relations should ever be in trust to any part of my afsd estates neither any future husband of my wife Anna Fawler or my sister Mary Hooper shall marry ...
; the interest due on his personal estate at the time of his death and all future interests, and the rents due on his real estates at the time of his death and all future interests, and the rents due on his real estates at the time of his death and all future rents and profits, to w. Anna for life, and then to be equally divided between 'the Heirs of her body by me begotten at the age of 21; should there be no such issue then he gives the interests and rents to sis. Mary Hooper, w. of John Hooper of Oxford Street [in St. Marylebone (co. Midd.)], linen draper, for life, then to [said] John Hooper for life, and thereafter to be equally divided between his said sister's children 'that are not intitled to take under Mr. Pooles Will' [see Add Mss 5376] at the age of 21, but if all die before that age, he bequeaths all the aforesaid estates, real and personal to the survivor
His aforesaid personal and real estates to be always vested in the same number of trustees' hands 'as are hereinafter appointed', and gives power to wife Anna, sister Mary Hooper and her husband John Hooper to substitute and appoint any fit person as a trustee should there be occasion, but 'neither my [sic] John Fawler Attorney at Law' or any of his relations nor James Hooper of New Bond [sic], silk mercer, or any of his relations, nor any future husband that said Anna or Mary shall marry, ever to be in trust to any part of the estates, and these exceptions shall be confined to all persons that can claim under this will, otherwise their interest shall cease and become the property of the next possessor
Bequeaths to Elizabeth Stimson five guineas, 'but not for Mourning', and empowers his wife at her option to leave by her will an annuity of £10 out of his personal estate to said Elizabeth Stimson for life; to Daniel De Saint Leu, esq., of Cloak Lane [London], watch maker, £20 for mourning
Appoints said Daniel De Saint Leu, said William Lister (now further described as doctor in physic), and said w. Anna, as joint executors and executrix
Witnesses, to the will - John Shell, Edward White, William Ferguson, [all of] Clapham [co. Surr.]
By the codicil, he bequeaths to Rev. John Sharp of Clapham aforesaid twenty guineas, and, at the death of his (the testator's) w. Anna, an annuity of £20 for life to be paid out of '500 Stock 4 Per Cent Annuities (Bank)'
Witnesses to the codicil - Elizabeth Stimson, Thomas Thomas.

     Thomas died or 1 Sep on 28 August 1784 in Clapham, Surrey. He was buried on 4 September 1784 in Holy Trinity, Clapham.
     His will was proved on 13 September 1784 at the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.      
Thomas Fawler paid land tax in 1785 in New Shoreham, Sussex. He is probably the Thomas Fawler who owned 5 parcels of land in New Shoreham paying £1 on each in the 1785 land tax assessment. A house was occupied by John Snook and a field by William Deane, with 4 fields used by Thomas Harrington. He also owned a further five parcels with houses occupied by Thomas Snook, George Sawyer & Samuel Sawyer, James Cooper & Clement Freeman, each valued at £1.
     Pursuant to a decreee of the High Court of Chancery in a cause Hooper against Hooper, the creditors of Thomas Fawler, late of Clapham, Surrye, esq., are forthwith ... to come and prove their debts... was published in the London gazette on 22 Dec 1789 and 6 July 1790.
     Conveyance (Lease & Release) of freehold properties, with covenant to levy a fine, and covenant to surrender copyhold properties, for £1,500 . 1,2 Nov. 1820
(a) James Hooper of Bentinck Street, St. Marylebone (co. Midd.), esq. (nephew and heir at law of Thomas Fawler, as in Add Mss 5302, decd.), Robert Hooper of Saville Street, Westminster [co. Midd.], doctor of physic, and w. Elizabeth Ann, William Hooper of Finchley (co. Midd.), esq., and w. Mary, George Henry Hooper of Bloomsbury Square (co. Midd.), esq. (also nephew and heir according to the custom of the borough and manor of New Shoreham of said Thomas Fawler), and w. Margaret Brewse (which said James Hooper, Robert Hooper, William Hooper, and George Henry Hooper, together with Rev. Thomas Poole Hooper of Sompting, clerk, who alone became entitled under the will of Thomas Poole of New Shoreham, esq., decd., and John Benjamin Hooper, decd., were the only children of Mary Hooper, decd., w. of John Hooper late of New Shoreham, esq., and before of Oxford Street [in St. Marylebone (co. Midd.)], linen draper, decd., only sister and heiress at law of said Thomas Fawler), (b) said Thomas Poole Hooper, (c) said George Henry Hooper, (d) Nicholas Roberts of New Shoreham, gent. (a trustee appointed by (c))
I. Five freehold messuages in a street called Rope Walk Lane in the several tenures or occupations of George Hamilton, Thomas King, William Wingfield, James Bungard and George Munn, with the yard or garden behind the same; three freehold messuages called Sussex Place, lately built, at the back or W. part of and adjoining to the messuages before described, in the several tenures or occupations of William Stace, John Parsons and George Bay, clerk, with the yard or court in front, and which properties before described abut to the said street called Rope Walk Lane on E., to a piece of copyhold land formerly called the Lord's Garden on S., and to a freehold field called the Bayfield on W. and N., and are the first messuage and the piece of land called the Garden listed in Add Mss 5308; freehold croft or piece of land called the Bayfield in the tenure or occupation of John Gates, butcher, abutting partly to the said Lord's Garden, partly to the said messuages before described and partly to the said street called the Rope Walk Lane on E., to the carpenter's yard, hereinafter described, on S., to the high road leading from the town of New Shoreham to Shoreham Bridge on W., and to copyhold field or piece of land called Dukes Croft on N., and freehold carpenter's yard in the tenure or occupation of Richard Puttick and abutting partly to a garden belonging to Joseph Tillston and partly to the garden hereinafter described and in occ. of Elizabeth Baker, Richard Waterman and Johannah Brown on E., to the said land called the Bayfield on N., and to the said high road on W., and which field called the Bayfield the carpenter's shop are the property described as the Bayfield in Add Mss 5308; three messuages with the garden behind the same in the said street called Rope Walk Lane in the several tenures or occupations of Elizabeth Baker, Richard Waterman and Johannah Brown, abutting to the said street on E. to [blank] on S., to the said piece of land called the Lord's Garden on N., and to the said carpenter's yard on w., and is the property described as the messuage in the possession of Clement Freeman in Add Mss 5308; messuage with the yard, backside, garden, orchard, stable and coach house in Saint John's Street in the tenure or occupation of (c), abutting to the street or lane called [blank] on E., to a garden belonging to (c), and lately belonging to Miss Hannah Roberts and [blank] Jones 'respectively' on N., partly toa messuage and garden belonging to Benjamin Tillston in occ. of John Davis and partly to [blank] on S., and to the said street called Saint John's Street on W., and which property formerly consisted of three messuages with the backside and garden, and is the property described as messuage in the possession of Walter Sawyers, and two messuages and croft called Swancroft, in Add Mss 5308; messuage and carpenter's shop with the deal yard behind, on S. side of the High Street in the tenure or occupation of George Tate, abutting to messuage and yard also in occ. of said George Tate on E., to the said High Street on N., to the harbour of New Shoreham on S., and to a lane leading from said High Street to the harbour on W., and is the property described as the messuage with the workshop adjoining in Add Mss 5308: all in New Shoreham. (Some properties are particularly described as in the borough of New Shoreham)
Two messuages or cottages and gardens in Old Shoreham in the tenure or occupation of Stow Stent and William Patching, abutting to a garden belonging to Harry Bridger, esq., in occ. of John Ratcliff, on W. and S., partly to a house and garden belonging to James Churcher, in occ. of John Ratcliff, and partly to a field belonging to said Harry Bridger, on E., and partly to the high road and partly to a garden also belonging to said Harry Bridger on N., and which is the property described as in Old Shoreham in Add Mss 5308
Messuage and lands, etc., in Cowfold, as in Add Mss 5308 (but now called Peacocks and in the tenure or occupation of Charles White, esq.)
II. Three undivided fourth parts of field or piece of land (2a.) called the Rope Tackle Field, is occ. of Thomas Tidey, abutting to a garden belonging to Messrs. Ward and occupied by William Ratcliff on S., by [sic] piece of land called the Rope Tackle on W., and the high road leading from the town of New Shoreham to Shoreham Bridge on E. and N., and held by the annual rent of 3s. 0d; of field or piece of land (2a.) called the Dukes Croft in occ. of John Gates, butcher, abutting to the lane or walk called the Rope Walk on E., to the high road on N. and W., and to the piece of freehold land called the Bayfield, hereinbefore described, on S., and held by the annual rent of 4s. 0d; of piece of land called the Lord's Garden, now enclosed with, and lying on E. side of, the said piece of freehold land called the Bayfield, running in a direct line from S.W. corner of the freehold yard or court in front of the three messuages hereinbefore described to be in the several tenures or occupations of William Stace, John Parsons and George Bay to N.W. corner of the freehold garden hereinbefore described to be in the several tenures or occupations of Elizabeth Baker, Richard Waterman and Johannah Brown, and abutting to the said street called the Rope Walk Lane on E., to said messuages and gardens in occ. of Elizabeth Baker, Richard Waterman and Johannah Brown on S., to said court or yard in front of the three messuages in occs. of William Stace, John Parsons and George Bay on N., and to said field called Bayfield on W., and held by the annual rent of 3s. 4d; piece of land (2a.) formerly called the Upper Rope Tackle Field, in occ. of John Ratcliff, and held by the annual rent of 2s. 0d., and piece of land, formerly part of the waste, but now enclosed with and forming part of the said Upper Rope Tackle Field, and held by the annual rent of 2d., which said piece of land called the Rope Tackle Field abuts to piece of land called the Flow Mead lately belonging to John Rice on W., to field belonging to Messrs. Ward and in occ. of John Tillstone on N., and to the high road on E. and S.: all held of the borough and manor of New Shoreham, and formerly the estate of said Thomas Fawler, decd., being the properties to which he was admitted at a court baron held on 17 Mar. 1779
Conveyance of the properties in I, being freehold, from said James Hooper, Robert Hooper, William Hooper and (b), according to their respective interests, and by direction of (c), and from (c), to (d), to the use of such persons [and] for such estates as (c) shall appoint, and in default of such appointment to the use of (c) for life, and then to the use of his heirs and assigns; the fine to be levied from (a) to (d): and quitclaim by (b) to said James Hooper, Robert Hooper, William Hooper and (c), of the properties in II, being copyhold, and covenant by said James Hooper, Robert Hooper and William Hooper to surrender these properties to (c). The consideration paid by (c) to said James Hooper, Robert Hooper and William Hooper
Recites: (i) that by virtue of Add Mss 5308 - 5310, the properties in I above were conveyed to the use of such persons and for such estate as said Thomas Fawler should appoint; (ii) that said Thomas Fawler was seised of an estate of inheritance in the properties in II above: (iii) the will of said Thomas Fawler Add Mss 5302; (iv) the death of said Thomas Fawler leaving said Mary Hooper his only sister and heiress at law, and the proving of his will in P.C.C. Add Mss 5302; (v) that said Anna Fawler died on 7 June 1786; (vi) the deaths of said Mary Hooper on 13 Nov. 1802 and of said John Hooper on 1 Jan.1820; (vi) that there was issue of the marriage of said John and Mary Hooper six children, viz. said James Hooper (the eldest son and heir at law), Robert Hooper, William Hooper, (c), (b), and said John Benjamin Hooper, decd; (vii) that said Thomas Poole Hooper became entitled to freehold estates under the will of Thomas Poole, esq., decd. Add Mss 5376; (viii) that said John Benjamin Hooper died on 16 June 1808, having attained the age of 21, intestate, leaving said James Hooper his eldest brother and heir at law, and (c) his youngest brother and customary heir according to the custom of the borough and manor of New Shoreham; (ix) that said James Hooper, Robert Hooper and William Hooper lately contracted with (c) for the sale of their shares of the above properties for £1,500, viz. the freehold for £1,180 and the copyhold for £320; (x) that, in order that the entirety of the freehold properties may be assured to the above uses, (c) has determined to concur in conveying them to (d), as above, and (b) has agreed to become a party thereto
Signatures and seals of all parties
Witnesses, to the signatures of (a) and (c) - Thomas Prance, W. Watts [both of] 24 Bedford Row; to that of (b) - Charles Marshall, Thomas B. Baker, [both of] Steyning; to that of (c) - Robert Upperton, solicitor, Steyning
[The Release Add Mss 5313) is enclosed with memorandum about the sale of the lands at Cowfold, as endorsed on Add Mss 5309]
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     Recites: (i) that by virtue of Add Mss 5308 - 5310, the properties in I above were conveyed to the use of such persons and for such estate as said Thomas Fawler should appoint; (ii) that said Thomas Fawler was seised of an estate of inheritance in the properties in II above: (iii) the will of said Thomas Fawler Add Mss 5302; (iv) the death of said Thomas Fawler leaving said Mary Hooper his only sister and heiress at law, and the proving of his will in P.C.C. Add Mss 5302; (v) that said Anna Fawler died on 7 June 1786; (vi) the deaths of said Mary Hooper on 13 Nov. 1802 and of said John Hooper on 1 Jan.1820; (vi) that there was issue of the marriage of said John and Mary Hooper six children, viz. said James Hooper (the eldest son and heir at law), Robert Hooper, William Hooper, (c), (b), and said John Benjamin Hooper, decd; (vii) that said Thomas Poole Hooper became entitled to freehold estates under the will of Thomas Poole, esq., decd. Add Mss 5376; (viii) that said John Benjamin Hooper died on 16 June 1808, having attained the age of 21, intestate, leaving said James Hooper his eldest brother and heir at law, and (c) his youngest brother and customary heir according to the custom of the borough and manor of New Shoreham; (ix) that said James Hooper, Robert Hooper and William Hooper lately contracted with (c) for the sale of their shares of the above properties for £1,500, viz. the freehold for £1,180 and the copyhold for £320; (x) that, in order that the entirety of the freehold properties may be assured to the above uses, (c) has determined to concur in conveying them to (d), as above, and (b) has agreed to become a party thereto.

Child of Thomas Fawler and Anna Blissett

Thomas Fawler

     On 28 May 1699 a Thomas Fawler married a Barbara Richmond at St Mary Newngton, Sry with a Vicar General's marriage licence; on 6 Feb 1697/8 a Thomas Fawler married Elizabeth Stacey at St Katherine's by the Tower.
     According to Boyd's marriage index In 1710 a Thomas Fawler married Elizabeth Fincher in the Archdeaconry of Middlesex.
     According to Boyd's marriage index In 1719 a Thomas Fawler married Elizabeth Chatterton at All Hallows London Wall.
     Thomas Fawler married Eliza Unknown before 1721.

Child of Thomas Fawler and Eliza Unknown

Thomas Fawler

(say 1605 - )
     Thomas Fawler was born say 1605.
     Thomas Fawler married Katherine Wynsemore on 5 August 1630 in Odiham, Hampshire.

Mary Ann Fayers

     Mary Ann Fayers married Daniel Thomas Grimwood, son of Thomas Grimwood and Sarah Grimwood, on 29 July 1863 in Ringshall, Suffolk.
     Mary Ann Fayers and Daniel Thomas Grimwood appeared on the 1891 census in Ringshall. Daniel Grimwood head, 58, ag. lab, born Ringshall; Mary Ann wife aged 49, born Ofton?, with a son Frank E, aged 10, daughter Elizabeth 4 & grand-daughter ... aged 10 weeks, al born at Ringshall.

Dulcie Feather

Catherine Henrietta Featherstone

(19 February 1870 - 15 April 1899)
     Catherine Henrietta Featherstone was born on 19 February 1870 in Shoreditch, Middlesex, England. She was the daughter of Thomas Christopher Featherstone and Martha Mackglew.
     Catherine immigrated with the family to Ontario, Canada, on 12 June 1870.
     Catherine Henrietta Featherstone married John Scharfe in 1887 in Arnprior, Ontario, Canada.
     Catherine died on 15 April 1899 in Ontario, aged 29.

Children of Catherine Henrietta Featherstone and John Scharfe

Elizabeth Amy Featherstone

(3 December 1867 - 10 April 1936)
     Elizabeth Amy Featherstone was born on 3 December 1867 in London, England. She was the daughter of Thomas Christopher Featherstone and Martha Mackglew. Elizabeth Amy Featherstone was christened on 15 March 1868 in St Leonard, Shoreditch, London.
     Elizabeth immigrated with the family to Ontario, Canada, on 12 June 1870.
     Elizabeth died on 10 April 1936 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, aged 68.

Minnie Eliza Featherstone

(25 November 1878 - 2 April 1964)
     Minnie Eliza Featherstone was born on 25 November 1878 in Arnprior, Ontario, Canada. She was the daughter of Thomas Christopher Featherstone and Martha Mackglew.
     Minnie Eliza Featherstone married John Scharfe as his second wife, on 2 August 1900 in Hazledean, Ontario, Canada. They had 9 children.
     Minnie died on 2 April 1964 in British Columbia, Canada, aged 85.

Children of Minnie Eliza Featherstone and John Scharfe

Robert Henry Featherstone

(22 December 1872 - 3 September 1956)
     Robert Henry Featherstone was born on 22 December 1872 in Arnprior, Ontario, Canada. He was the son of Thomas Christopher Featherstone and Martha Mackglew.
     Robert died on 3 September 1956 in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, USA, aged 83. Lynn Burdick's great grandfather was Robert Henry Featherstone.

Samuel Featherstone

     Samuel Featherstone married Mary Hunn, daughter of Samuel Hunn and Ann Triscott, before 1789.

Thomas Christopher Featherstone

(September 1840 - 5 December 1930)
     Thomas Christopher Featherstone's birth was registered in the quarter ending in September 1840 in Shoreditch RD, Middlesex. He was christened on 4 August 1841 in St Luke's, London.
     Thomas Christopher Featherstone married Martha Mackglew, daughter of William John Mackglew and Eliza Whitbread, on 30 September 1860 in St James, Shoreditch, London.
     Thomas Christopher Featherstone and Martha Mackglew arrived on 12 June 1870 at Ontario, Canada.
     Thomas died on 5 December 1930 in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, aged 90.

Children of Thomas Christopher Featherstone and Martha Mackglew

Thomas George Christopher Featherstone

(10 December 1861 - 6 October 1896)
     Thomas George Christopher Featherstone was born on 10 December 1861 in London, England. He was the son of Thomas Christopher Featherstone and Martha Mackglew.
     Thomas immigrated with the family to Ontario, Canada, on 12 June 1870.
     Thomas died on 6 October 1896 in Arnprior, Ontario, Canada, aged 34.

John Minet Fector

     John Minet Fector married Isabella Murray, daughter of Maj General John Murray and Isabella Unknown, on 15 May 1841 in River, Kent, England. On Saturday, the 15th inst, at River, near Dover, John Minet Fector, Esq., MP for Maidstone, to Isabella, only child of the late Major General John Murray .

Ernest F Fell

     The marriage of Ernest F Fell and Beatrice Florry Bullett, daughter of John Bullett and Lydia Crockford, was registered in Bradford RD, Yorkshire, in the June 1920 quarter.

Daisy Pearl Felmingham

(18 September 1905 - 1 December 1961)
     Daisy Pearl Felmingham was commonly known as Pearlie. She was born on 18 September 1905 in Alberton, Victoria. She was the daughter of Joseph Felmingham and his wife Frances Susan Mary Anne Shields.
     Daisy Pearl Felmingham married John Bannans MacKenzie, son of William MacKenzie and Mary Appleyard, on 9 June 1928 in Camberwell East, Victoria.
     Daisy died on 1 December 1961 in Melbourne, Victoria, aged 56.

Child of Daisy Pearl Felmingham and John Bannans MacKenzie

John Fennessey

     John Fennessey married Mary Healey before 1841.

Child of John Fennessey and Mary Healey

Margaret Fennessey

(circa 1841 - 1916)
     Margaret Fennessey was born circa 1841. She was the daughter of John Fennessey and Mary Healey.
     Margaret Fennessey married Michael O'Brien in 1862 in Victoria. They had 10 other children: Mary Ann, born 1864 at Koroit, Margaret, 1865 at Koroit, then at Tower Hill, Bridget, born 1867, John 1869, Ellen 1871, James 1874, Bridget 1877, Daniel 1878, Edward, 1881 and Thomas 1883.
     Margaret died in 1916 in Koroit, Victoria.

Child of Margaret Fennessey and Michael O'Brien

Dennis Maxwell Fenning

(1 October 1917 - 16 December 1999)
     Dennis Maxwell Fenning was born on 1 October 1917 in Multan, Punjab, India (now Pakistan). He was the son of Col William Maxwell Fenning and Mary Frances Gladys Dawson. Dennis Maxwell Fenning was christened on 8 December 1917.
     A brother/relative may be the Atholl Fenning, of 11 ... Rd, Beckinghams?, Kent who is listed in Malla's 1922 address book, but the writing is very hard to decipher.
     Dennis Maxwell Fenning married Dorothy Guthrie in June 1940 in Bedford, Bedfordshire, England.
     Dennis died on 16 December 1999 in Bedford, Bedfordshire, aged 82.

Lawrence Francis Maxwell Fenning

(29 November 1909 - December 1970)
     Lawrence Francis Maxwell Fenning was born on 29 November 1909 in India?. He was the son of Col William Maxwell Fenning and Mary Frances Gladys Dawson.
     Lawrence died in December 1970 in Exeter, Devon, aged 61.

Col William Maxwell Fenning

(29 June 1873 - 31 December 1959)
     Col William Maxwell Fenning was born on 29 June 1873. He was the youngest son of William Meymott Fenning & Emily Elizabeth Tritton. A Henry Fenning born 1812 in Mitcham spent time in India so he may be a descendant.
     He served as an officer in the India Army service from 1896 or earlier. He was on the unattached list of the India Army service. Lieutenant 23 March 1896, Captain on 23 December 1902, Major On 23 December 1911, Lt Colonel on 23 December 1919. In 1924 he was transferred to the Supernumary List after "10 years in Permanent Civil employment". He retired at 55 circa 1938..
     Col William Maxwell Fenning married Mary Frances Gladys Dawson, daughter of Col Francis William Dawson and Mary Dempster, on 6 November 1907 in Trivandrum, Kerala, India.
     Col William Maxwell Fenning and Mary Frances Gladys Dawson lived at 'Glynde', 22 St Alban's Rd, Bedford, Bedfordshire, from 1929.
     Col William Maxwell Fenning made a will dated 2 March 1945. He appointed his wife sole executor, giving all his estate to his wife. It was witnessed by two male nurses.
     William died on 31 December 1959 in the Hospital, Clapham, Bedfordshire, aged 86.
     His will was proved on 23 March 1960 at Exeter, Devon.

Children of Col William Maxwell Fenning and Mary Frances Gladys Dawson

Susanna Fenton

(23 January 1721 - )
     Susanna Fenton was christened on 23 January 1721 in Lincolnshire. A Susanna Fenton, daughter of John Fenton, was baptised on 23 Jan 1721 at Willingham by Stow.
     Susanna Fenton married William Stancer, son of Gervas Stanser and Ann (?) (Stanser), on 11 September 1746 in Upton cum Kexby, Lincolnshire. William Stancer & Susannah Fenton.

Children of Susanna Fenton and William Stancer

John Fenwick

(circa 1848 - 1902)
     John Fenwick was born circa 1848 in Durham, England. He was the son of Robert & Robertina Brown..
     John Fenwick married Mary Mabel Colbert, daughter of Joseph Colbert and Harriet Hannah Beamond, in 1887 in Victoria, Australia. They had a daughter Mabel Robertina in 1889 at West Melbourne, the mother was listed as Mabel. Young Mabel died in 1908 aged 20 at St Kilda..
     John died in 1902 in West Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

Child of John Fenwick and Mary Mabel Colbert

Mabel Robertson Fenwick

(circa 1888 - 1908)
     Mabel Robertson Fenwick was born circa 1888. She was the daughter of John Fenwick and Mary Mabel Colbert.
     Mabel died in 1908 in St Kilda, Victoria.

William Robert Fenwick

(circa 1804 - )
     William Robert Fenwick was born circa 1804.
     William Robert Fenwick married Mary Elizabeth Denty, daughter of James Denty and Mary Fuller, on 16 May 1826 in the Cathedral, Calcutta, West Bengal, India. William Robert Fenwick, bachelor of Howrah, aged 22 & Mary Elizabeth denty of Howrah, spinster, aged 16.Signature of parents, etc: Jhn Fenwick of Howrah; by banns.

John Fergrieve

(circa 1700 - )
     John Fergrieve was born circa 1700 in Maxtown or Maxton, Roxburghshire, Scotland.
     John Fergrieve married Margaret Hooper, daughter of Robert Hooper and Mary Japhray, on 16 November 1733 in Ednam, Roxburghshire. Nov 16 1733 compeared John Fergrieve in the parish of Maxtown and Margaret Happer in this parish and gave up their names for proclamation in order to marriage and consigned 12 (sic) for the poor. It was also recorded at Maxtown.

Catherine Ferguson

(12 January 1829 - 23 March 1886)
     Catherine Ferguson was born on 12 January 1829 in Cromarty, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. She was christened on 14 December 1831 in Cromarty, ROC, SCT.
     Catherine Ferguson married John MacKenzie, son of William MacKenzie and Isabella Tindal, on 12 January 1858 in Cromarty, Ross & Cromarty.
     Catherine Ferguson and John MacKenzie appeared on the 1861 census in 7 Barclay Lane, Cromarty, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He lived next door to parents & uncle in 2 windowed rooms (flats): John McKenzie, head, married 25, mason; Catherine, wife, 24; Margaret, daughter, 2; Isabella, daughter,1; all born at Cromarty.
     Catherine immigrated with the family to Victoria, Australia, in December 1870 per "Great Britain".
     Catherine died on 23 March 1886 in Won Wron, Victoria, Australia, aged 57. We regret to record the death of Mrs. McKenzie, (wife of Mr. John McKenzie of Won Wron), who died at her residence on Monday evening last after a brief illness of 34 hours. The deceased was engaged in light household duties on Sunday morning when one of her sons saw her fall between the table and chair as if in the effort to sit down. She fell down without uttering a word, and remained unconscious up to the time of her death, which took place at 4.30pm on Monday. Dr Birch was sent for and he arrived about 5 o'clock on Sunday evening; but he at once pronounced the case hopeless.
     The friends of Mr. McKenzie will be deeply grieved to hear of his sudden and sad bereavement, for until the moment of attack his wife was in the enjoyment of good health and spirits. The funeral will take place in the Alberton Cemetery tomorrow (Thursday) at 3 o'clock but the cortege will pass through Yarram shortly after 1 o'clock.

DEATH: McKENZIE - At her residence, Won Wron, on the 29th March, Catherine, wife of John McKenzie, aged 53 years.
. She was buried on 1 April 1886 in Alberton. Funeral notice: The friends of Mr. John McKenzie are hereby respectfully invited to follow the remains of his wife to the place of interment - Alberton General Cemetery - on Thursday 1st April 1886. The funeral will move from the residence at Won Wron about 11 o'clock and pass through Yarram at one o'clock. John Avery, Undertaker.

Children of Catherine Ferguson and John MacKenzie

Ellen Ethel May Ferguson

     Ellen Ethel May Ferguson married Donald Henry Forbes, son of Donald Horn Forbes and Margaret Ann MacPherson, in 1903 in Victoria.

Jane Fermor

     Jane Fermor was born in Northampton, Northamptonshire. She was the daughter of Sir George Fermor of Northampton.
     Jane Fermor married Sir John Killigrew, son of John Killigrew and Dorothy Monk. Jane Fermor and Sir John Killigrew were divorced circa 1613. She was accused of having become a prostitute after having been 'first debauched by the governor of Pendennis Castle'. The seducer was probably Sir John Parker, who succeeded the previous Captain who had died in 1603. When Killigrew divorced his wife (the cost of which reputedly ruined him), she was kindly treated by the burgesses of Penryn to whom she presented a silver cup incribed "from mayor to mayor, to the town of Penryn, where they received me in great misery, Jane Killigrew 1613.
     Jane Fermor married Francis Blewett.
     In 1640, John Lord Roberts v. Margaret Bancroft, widow, Francis Blewett and his wife Dame Jane, Samuel Pendarvis, Wm. Bickford, John Penrose.: Manors of "Predanneck Wartha" and "Predanneck Woolas" formerly belonging to Sir John Killigrew, knight (late husband of defendant Jane), Value, &c..

Sir John Fermor

Child of Sir John Fermor