1783 Virgina - between 1850-1860 Tennessee
|Edward FEATHERSTONE was among the wounded at Battle of New Orleans.
Two of his brothers, Dr. Henry FEATHERSTON (he dropped the E in his name),
and Daniel Marshal FEATHERSONE both were among the 39 casualties
at the Battle of New Orleans. They were from Smith County, TN. After his
wife, Mary Y. Hibbett, died, Edward moved his children and himself to Gibson
Co., TN and then into Weakley County. Some of his children married in Gibson,
some in Weakley. He died between 1850 and 1860.
Edward, Henry, and Daniel Marshall were the sons of Henry FEATHERSTONE, a Methodist Preacher, and his wife, Elizabeth MARSHALL
Edward appears on Muster rolls of Col Thomas Williamson's 2nd Regiment West Tennessee Volunteer Gunmen - Sept. 1814 - April 1815.
from the TN State Archives:
Submitted by Edward Featherstone's ggg-granddaughter, MaryCarol
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