Susanna FetherstonHaugh

(1816 - 3 July 1876)
     Susanna FetherstonHaugh was born in 1816 in Carrick?, Westmeath. She was the eldest daughter. She was the daughter of William Fetherstonhaugh and Elizabeth Orme.
Susanna FetherstonHaugh married Francis Berry on 22 September 1836 in Moylisker, Meath, Ireland.
     Susanna died on 3 July 1876 in Monkstown, Dublin. She was buried on 6 July 1876 in Eglish, Laois.
     Her will was proved on 28 July 1876 at Dublin. Proved by Godfrey Fetherstonhaugh, jr, of 40 Upper Rutland St, Dublin, the sole executor and wife.

Thomas Orme Fetherstonhaugh

(16 April 1843 - )
     Thomas Orme Fetherstonhaugh was born on 16 April 1843 in Ireland. An earlier child with this name was born/baptised 15 Feb 1842 and died/buried 25 Feb 1842. He was the son of William Fetherstonhaugh and Alicia Berry.

Rev Thomas Orme FetherstonHaugh

(4 July 1809? - 19 June 1873)
     Rev Thomas Orme FetherstonHaugh was born on 4 July 1809? In Moyne, Wicklow. He was the son of William Fetherstonhaugh and Elizabeth Orme.
Rev Thomas Orme FetherstonHaugh married Henrietta Lucretia Richardson on 27 March 1857.
Rev Thomas Orme FetherstonHaugh mentioned in 1860.
     Thomas died on 19 June 1873 in Moyne, Wicklow, aged 63.

William Fetherstonhaugh

(15 July 1783 - 21 April 1851)
     William Fetherstonhaugh was born on 15 July 1783 in Carrick, Westmeath. He was the son of William Fetherstonhaugh of Carrick & Lydia Sherlock.
William Fetherstonhaugh married Elizabeth Orme, daughter of William Orme (of Abbeytown) and Ann Jackson, on 6 October 1804.
     William died on 21 April 1851 in Westmeath, Ireland, aged 67.

Children of William Fetherstonhaugh and Elizabeth Orme

William Fetherstonhaugh

(1807 - 1 August 1879)
     William Fetherstonhaugh was born in 1807. He was the son of William Fetherstonhaugh and Elizabeth Orme.
     William matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin.
William Fetherstonhaugh married Alicia Berry on 28 February 1834. She was the daughter of Francis Octavius Berry by his first wife Alicia Adams, William was the brother of her step-mother Susanna.
     William died on 1 August 1879. He was a JP for the counties of Westmeath and Sligo.
     His will was proved on 23 September 1879 at Dublin. The will was proved by William Fetherstonhaugh, jr, of 15 Granby Rd, Dublin, the sole executor.

William Fetherstonhaugh

(27 February 1840 - )
     William Fetherstonhaugh was born on 27 February 1840 in Ireland. He was the son of William Fetherstonhaugh and Alicia Berry.

William FetherstonHaugh (of Glenmore)

( - February 1887)
     William FetherstonHaugh (of Glenmore) was the son of Godfrey FetherstonHaugh (of Dublin).
William FetherstonHaugh (of Glenmore) married Jane Fetherston, daughter of William Fetherstonhaugh and Elizabeth Orme, in 1854. They were cousins.
     William died off the coast of West Africa in February 1887.

Charles Harold Fethney

     Charles Harold Fethney married Elizabeth Jane Colbert, daughter of John Denny Colbert and Jane Gilmore Barr, on 10 October 1900 in St Luke's, Wodonga, Victoria, Australia. They had issue in Armadale & Malvern.

Children of Charles Harold Fethney and Elizabeth Jane Colbert

Phyllis Elizabeth Fethney

(1913 - )
     Phyllis Elizabeth Fethney was born in 1913 in Armadale, Victoria. She was the daughter of Charles Harold Fethney and Elizabeth Jane Colbert.

Reginald Kirkbride Fethney

(1906 - )
     Reginald Kirkbride Fethney was born in 1906 in Malvern, Victoria. He was the son of Charles Harold Fethney and Elizabeth Jane Colbert.

Nelson Herbert Fewster

(3 May 1907 - )
     Nelson Herbert Fewster was born on 3 May 1907.
Nelson Herbert Fewster married Olive May MacGlew, daughter of Alec George Rewell MacGlew and Lillian May Gladwell, on 22 September 1934.

Catherine ffolliott

(before 15 January 1686 - 15 January 1778)
     Catherine ffolliott was born before 15 January 1686 in Donegal, Ireland. She was the daughter of Col John ffolliott and Lucy Wynne.
Catherine ffolliott married Captain Owen Wynne III?, son of Lewis Wynne and Rebecca Bingham. She was his first cousin Catherine, daughter of Col. John ffoliott.
     Catherine died on 15 January 1778.

Children of Catherine ffolliott and Captain Owen Wynne III?

Col John ffolliott

     Col John ffolliott was born in Donegal, Ireland.
Col John ffolliott married Lucy Wynne, daughter of Col Owen Wynne (I) and Catherine Hamilton. She married Colonel John Folliott MP of Ballymacward and Ballyshannon co.Donegal. They had other issue..

Child of Col John ffolliott and Lucy Wynne

Ann Field

(before 28 February 1740/41 - )
     Ann Field was born before 28 February 1740/41 in Cawthorne, Yorkshire. She was the daughter of Joseph Field and Elizabeth Rich.

George Alexander Hughes Field

(26 November 1905 - 18 August 1992)
     George Alexander Hughes Field was commonly known as Peter. He was born on 26 November 1905 in Wellington, New Zealand. He was the son of William Hughes Field and Isabel Jane Hodgkins.
George Alexander Hughes Field married Dorothy Alice Pengelly on 2 October 1939 in New Zealand.
Photograph taken in Canada while training for service in the Royal Air Force, stationed in Eastbourne where he met up with his aunt Fanny.
Citation from the London Gazette, 15th December 1944
He was awarded a Bar to Distinguished Flying Cross. Flight Lieutenant George Alexander Hughes FIELD, D.F.C.
(N.Z.4I6634), R.N.Z.A.F., 226 Sqn..
     George died The National LIbrary NZ, states ... Resident near Waikanae until his death late 1992. Previously had operated the Terrace Store at 151 The Terrace, Wellington. Married to Dorothy Alice Field (died 1996). One son, Peter Hughes Field (died in an automobile accident 1971, aged 29 years). Died 18 Aug 1992. on 18 August 1992 in New Zealand aged 86.

Child of George Alexander Hughes Field and Dorothy Alice Pengelly

Isabel Hughes Field

(2 May 1894 - 1973)
     Isabel Hughes Field was commonly known as Girlie. She was born on 2 May 1894 in Wellington, New Zealand. She was the daughter of William Hughes Field and Isabel Jane Hodgkins.
Isabel Hughes Field married (?) Preston-Thomas.
     Isabel died in 1973 in New Zealand.

Jane Field

(21 December 1666 - 28 October 1728)
     Jane Field was born on 21 December 1666. Seh was the daughter of John Field, Esq, of Kingston upon Hull, by Sarah, dauagher of Robert Wood, esq. of Monk Bretton.
Jane Field married John Thornton, son of Robert Thornton and Clare Sperry?, in 1689.
     Jane died on 28 October 1728 aged 61.

Children of Jane Field and John Thornton

John Field

(before 23 August 1739 - )
     John Field was born before 23 August 1739 in Cawthorne, Yorkshire. He was the son of Joseph Field and Elizabeth Rich.

John Hughes Field

(3 January 1899 - 1980)
     John Hughes Field was commonly known as Jack. He was born on 3 January 1899 in Wellington, New Zealand. He was the son of William Hughes Field and Isabel Jane Hodgkins.
John Hughes Field married Violet Maud Howes in 1926 in New Zealand.
     John died in 1980 in New Zealand.

Joseph Field

(circa 1720 - )
     Joseph Field was born circa 1720.
Joseph Field married Elizabeth Rich, daughter of John Rich and Ann Ellison, on 1 October 1738 in Cawthorne, Yorkshire.

Children of Joseph Field and Elizabeth Rich

Joseph Field

(before 18 April 1743 - )
     Joseph Field was born before 18 April 1743 in Cawthorne, Yorkshire. He was the son of Joseph Field and Elizabeth Rich.

Lydia Helen Hughes Field

(1896 - 1971)
     Lydia Helen Hughes Field was commonly known as Baba. She was born in 1896 in Wellington, New Zealand. She was the daughter of William Hughes Field and Isabel Jane Hodgkins.
Photograph with Frances Hodgkins 1899, also photograph with her husband & aunt in 1920.
Lydia Helen Hughes Field married Major William Noel Pharazyn on 26 November 1919 in St Paul's Cathedral, Wellington, New Zealand. Noel Pharazyn married Lydia Helen Hughes Field, the daughter of W. H. Field, the Reform MP for Otaki, and his wife, Isabel Jane Hodgkins. There appear to have been no children of the marriage.
     Lydia died in 1971 in New Zealand.

Mary Field

(circa 1800 - )
     Mary Field was born circa 1800.
Mary Field married William West on 28 November 1817 in Shillington/Shitlington, Bedfordshire, England.

Children of Mary Field and William West

Peter Hughes Field

(circa 1942 - 12 April 1971)
     Peter Hughes Field was born circa 1942. He was the son of George Alexander Hughes Field and Dorothy Alice Pengelly.
     Peter died He was buried at Makara Cemetery, Wellington. His memorial states aged 28 years. on 12 April 1971 in Wellington, New Zealand.

Rachel Jean Field

(20 September 1918 - )
     Rachel Jean Field was born on 20 September 1918.
     Rachel was registered at Blands Rd, Alberton, on the 1982 electoral roll.

William Geoffrey Hughes Field

(3 January 1897 - 1974)
     William Geoffrey Hughes Field was commonly known as Geoffrey. He was born on 3 January 1897 in Wellington, New Zealand. He was the son of William Hughes Field and Isabel Jane Hodgkins.
     William died in 1974 in New Zealand.

William Hughes Field

(17 July 1861 - 13 December 1944)
     William Hughes Field was born on 17 July 1861 in Wanganui, New Zealand. He was the son of Margaret Symes Puslow and her husband Henry Claylands Field, a surveyor who later wrote a book on NZ ferns.
Lawyer, politician, land owner and developer, conservationist. Field received his primary schooling at Aramoho School, Wanganui. In 1874 he was awarded a scholarship to Wellington College. He attended the college as a boarder and in 1879 won a New Zealand University Junior Scholarship.
After serving his articles with C. H. Borlase, a solicitor in Wanganui, Field joined the Wellington firm of Buckley, Stafford and Fitzherbert in 1885. He was admitted a barrister of the Supreme Court of New Zealand in 1892 and a solicitor in 1893. In December 1895 he became a partner in the firm and in 1905 set up in practice with M. M. F. Luckie and George Toogood. He was to remain a partner in this firm until about 1933. Field spoke Maori and took a particular interest in laws relating to the Maori people.
William Hughes Field married Isabel Jane Hodgkins, daughter of William Mathew Hodgkins and Rachel Owen Parker, on 26 April 1893 in St Paul's, Dunedin, New Zealand. They moved to Wellington after their marriage..
William Hughes Field was a Member of Parliament in New Zealand in 1900. He was a lawyer, politician, land owner and developer, conservationist. He was best known as the Reform MP for Otaki.
On 6 January 1900 Field was elected to the House of Representatives at a by-election in the Otaki electorate. The seat had become vacant when his brother Henry died in office at the end of 1899. Field's entry into politics was, he wrote, 'very much against my own inclinations, for I like a quiet life'. With one three-year break he was to hold the seat for 35 years and his life was anything but quiet.
Field had been elected as a Liberal but was, in fact, more concerned with constituency than with party issues. Willie Field, as he was usually known, was extremely energetic in pressing for public works in his electorate and in supporting sectional interests such as farming and flax- and sawmilling. He also wrote innumerable letters to cabinet ministers asking them to back applications from various constituents for positions in the civil service.
Although he lived in Wellington, Field frequently visited the Kapiti coast on electoral business or to supervise his two farms at Waikanae. He had the reputation for being a compulsive land-buyer whose practice was to buy land which he then mortgaged to buy more land. He lent money to Maori neighbours for tangihanga and other expenses, with land as security for the loan; if it was not repaid, the money owed was credited towards purchase of the land. However, he was continually short of cash and his son Peter later recalled that his mother would sometimes paint a picture 'to pay the grocer's bill'.
At the 1911 general election Field was opposed by a Socialist Party candidate, John Robertson, who had been nominated by the local flax-mill workers' union. Robertson won in the second ballot by 21 votes. In 1914 Field defeated Robertson, but not as a Liberal: he had been so upset by the waterfront strike of 1913 that he had joined the Reform Party.
Field lived in the heyday of railways and never ceased to work for a cheaper and better service on the coast; the popular 'Field's Express', which stopped at every station between Wellington and Palmerston North, was one result of his advocacy. However, when Field was promoting the service in the early 1920s he was probably also thinking of providing a convenient access to the township he was developing at Waikanae Beach. He quickly realised the importance of road transport too. From 1918 he pressed for a coastal highway to avoid the steep Paekakariki hill, but it was not until 1939 that a coastal road was constructed - four years after Field had retired from Parliament.
The Otaki electorate also benefited from Field's interest in botany. He imported marram grass from Australia to stabilise the sand-dunes along the coast, making beach housing possible. He always tried to save native bush, especially in Otaki Gorge and other places where the bush was on land that was unfit for farming. His concern over the needless destruction of native forests led him to support measures such as the Scenery Preservation Bill in 1903 and the Public Reserves, Domains and National Parks Bill in 1928.
Field was involved with various educational bodies: he was on the Wellington College board of governors for 41 years, on the Wellington Education Board for 20 years and on the Wellington Technical College board for several years. He was captain of the Star Boating Club for a long period and rowed in representative crews. Another lifelong interest was tramping. As a young man he had walked with his father from Wanganui to the Karioi plains over the route that came to be known as Field's Track. In later years he was a member of the Tongariro National Park Board. In the Tararua Range he pioneered the southern crossing from Otaki over Mt Hector to Greytown, and he was a founder and first president of the Tararua Tramping Club.
     William died on 13 December 1944 in Wellington, New Zealand, aged 83.

Children of William Hughes Field and Isabel Jane Hodgkins

Henry Fields

     Henry Fields married Jane Ashby, daughter of Robert Ashby and Susanna Sisnett, on 15 February 1782 in Christ Church, Barbados.

James Fields

     James Fields married Susanna Ashby, daughter of Edward Ashby and Susanna Cutting, on 25 September 1776 in St Phillip, Barbados.

Mary Jane Fields

(1 June 1863? - )
     Mary Jane Fields was christened on 1 June 1863? In St Thomas, Barbados, West Indies. She was possibly the daughter of Mary Linden Fields, christened on this date.
Mary Jane Fields married Frederick Ashby, son of Frederick Ashby and Catherine Rogers, on 24 August 1878 in St Michael, Bridgetown, Barbados.