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George Featherstone

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George Featherstone (c1834- ) of G. Featherstone and Son

ca.1834 Born the son of William featherstone, a Stove maker.

1862 Married(1) at Stepney to Selina Hill. George is of 5 Church Street and a Stove maker.

1866 Married(2) in Bethnal Green to Mary Dulien. George is of 78 Hare Street, a Smith and a widower.

1870 Birth of son John Featherstone

1881 Living at 76 Hare Street, Bethnal Green: George Featherstone (age 47 born Spitalfields), Ironmonger and Smith. With his wife Mary Featherstone (age 50 born Bethnal Green) and their four children; George Featherstone (age 15 born Bethnal Green); Alice Featherstone (age 17 born Bethnal Green); Mary Ann Featherstone (age 12 born Bethnal Green); and John Featherstone (age 10 born Bethnal Green). Also his mother Mary Ann Featherstone (age 77 born Cripplegate).[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1881 Census