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Featherstone, Featherston, and all the haughs


Featherstone, Featherston, and all the haughs

Featherstone Castle where probably we all originated dates back to 11th Century

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Comment by Cynthia Sparks on March 26, 2011 at 7:04pm
Mine is Elizabeth Featherstone, born 1425 in England
Comment by Carol Ann on January 23, 2011 at 3:13pm

I saw that this group was Featherstone, Featherston and all the haughs:)  As typing isn't everyone's forte, haugh was misleading to me.  Thanks for the meaning of the word.  cheers and happy researching.

Comment by William Paul Featherstone on January 23, 2011 at 6:48am

Featherstonhaugh and the name Haugh I don't think are related.

Haugh is a term meaning side of a valley, there are lots of place names ending Haugh in the Tyne valley.


Comment by Carol Ann on January 23, 2011 at 5:28am

Have just found your group and joined because my paternal grandfather was Robert Dewart and he married Barbara Haugh in Sunderland Durham UK.  Their marriage record reads as Dwert.  I believe that the Haughs are a large family from my contact experience but I've yet to discover anyone connected to my Barbara. 

Comment by Kathleen Dougherty on November 12, 2009 at 10:58pm
Hi All, I am the great granddaughter of the California Featherstones. They mostly lived in Visalia, CA. Matthias "Sly" Featherstone moved to CA around 1860-1870 from Illinois.
Comment by Linda Gail Fry Featherston on July 28, 2009 at 3:09pm
Linda and Mikel Featherson, Diana Hernandez Featherston and Robert Featherston, August 15,2008 wedding in Houston, TX

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