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Peter Fetherstonhaugh

Male Abt 1274 - Aft 1346  (~ 73 years)


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  • Name Peter Fetherstonhaugh  [1
    Born Abt 1274  [2
    Gender Male 
    Name Sir Perkin Featherstone of Fetherstonhaugh  [3
    Reference Number 34985 
    Died Aft 1346  [4
    Person ID I34985  Featherstone Main
    Last Modified 21 Jun 2015 

    Father Thomas Fetherstonhaugh,   b. Abt 1255,   d. Aft 1312  (Age ~ 58 years) 
    Mother Mariota (Unknown),   d. Aft 1336 
    Married Abt 1275  [5
    Family ID F10924  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Children 
     1. Thomas Fetherstonhaugh
     2. John le Perkinson, i
    Last Modified 23 Jan 2018 
    Family ID F10928  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Arms & Heraldry
    Arms
    Arms
    Perkin Fetherstonhaugh
    3rd Son. Attributed Arms:.; Gules a chevron charged with three mulletssable between three ostrich feathers argent
    Attributed Arms

    The Law of Arms and the regulation of Arms in England underwent changedradically during the Later Middle Ages and particularly in the Tudorperiod. Regulation came under the authority of Royal Officers the Kingsof Arms and the College of Arms. The Kings of Arms enforced strictregulations for the regulation and marshalling of arms. In manyinstances where the actual arms used by distant forbears had beenforgotten Tudor Heralds would extrapolate retrospectively to re-createthe arms they expected individuals in the past to have used, such armsare called 'attributed arms'. Sometimes it is possible to trace oldseals and documents to find out what arms individuals actually used inthe early days of heraldry. What one often finds is that because therules applied to heraldry in the early Middle Ages were applied muchless strictly a Nobleman might adopt arms which did not adhere strictlyto the later established rules; so attributed arms and the actual armsborn by individuals in the early Middle Ages are often somewhatdifferent.

  • Sources 
    1. [S1214] The Featherstone Family News, Varoius, (The Featherstone Society, 14 Heddon Grove, from 1997 to present day), Issue 2
      Tree.

    2. [S1214] The Featherstone Family News, Varoius, (The Featherstone Society, 14 Heddon Grove, from 1997 to present day), Issue 2
      PETER and then his son, Thomas, held the Manor
      of Whitwhara of the de Lucy family**.
      ***"The Featherstones of England", A Family History." Dr. Hans W andMrs. Elizabeth Meier, 1995
      ** "Featherstoniana" Dr C P Cuttino

      * "A History of Northumberland." John Hodgson, 1840.

    3. [S1215] The origins of Elias, Richard Parkinson, (March 2012), From the Tree drawn on page 2.

    4. [S1215] The origins of Elias, Richard Parkinson, (March 2012), The last documentary evidence of Perkin Featherstone of Fetherstonhaughis in 1346 when as Captain of Lochmaben Castle his seal was appended toan agreement, indented, between Robert Doggle and Henry le Clerk,attorneys of the Earl of Northumberland, and Richard de Thirllewale,concerning the custody of Lochmaben Castle in Scotland.
      Sir Perkin Fetherstone had been involved in the garrisoning of LochMaben Castle during the Scottish wars.

    5. [S1213] A History of Northumberland, John Hodgson, (Newcastle upon Tyne, Newcastle upon Tyne, 1840), A clue to Mariota's origines. It is not clear whether Mariota was a widowin 1312 but we are told that her son Thomas granted the manor ofFetherstan-halg to her in 1336*. This suggests that Mariota was marriedto the third Thomas.