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Sydney Morning Herald
Saterday 21 Nov. 1863
KINCHANT- FOSTER - November 10th, at St. Thomas' Church, St. Leonards, Sydney, New South Wales, by the Rev. W. B. Clarke, J. Henry Kinchant, Esq., eldest son of Richard Henry Kinchant, Esq., of Park Hall and Bishop's Castle, Shropshire, England, to Charlotte, daughter of the late Rev. Charles Sandes Foster, rector of Termoneeny, county Derry, Ireland.
Sydney Morning Herald 21 sep 1864
Ships loading for London
Maid of Juda will sail Saterday next(24th)
Passengers who proceed by her are Mr. and Mrs Kinchant---

KINCHANT - December 30th, 1864, on board the Maid of Judah,      
on her passage from Sydney to London, the wife of J. Henry   
Kinchant, Esq., of Park Hall, Shropshire, of a daughter.  

PROBATE 21 january 1870
Job Henry Kinchant Esq. effects under 600
The Will 0f Job henry Kinchant formerly of Park Hall near Qswestry
in the county of Salop,but late of Bathwick street in the city of Bath Esquire deceased,
Who died 1st September 1869 at the City aforesaid was proved at the
Principle Registry office by oath of Charlotte jemima Kinchant of
Pulteney street in the city aforesaid, widow of the relict the sole executrix.

In 1879 Charlotte jemima Kinchant nee Foster remarried
to Charles granville Gepp

1881 census
place             Fownhope, Hereford, parish of Westhide

Charles  Gepp   37 curate of Westhide, M.A.  Author    Ashbourne Derbyshire      
Charlote Gepp   34                                     Termosway Co. Antrim Ireland

1881  census
Source:            RG11, piece 3088             
place              St Mays parish Warwick 
dwelling           Private House, Schedule 9, Longbridge Rd

Robert H         Kinchant head M 44 Chief Constable  of Warwick   Llandon Waterdine   
Eliza E.         Kinchant wife M 38                               East Indies
Evangeline E. M. Kinchant  dau   14  Scholar                      East Indies.
Fransis E        Kinchant nephew 13  scholar                on board ship off Cape Horn S.A.   
Ann Griffiths             serv   27

Charlotte P B Kinchany married decqt1897
Walter james Featherstone

birth index Walter James Featherstone Jun 1859 Medway KEN 2a.325
baptism register Holy Trinity, Old Brompton, Kent entry no 1064 June 12th 1859 Walter James Featherstone
son of William and Mary Ann Featherstone of Church Path, New Brompton father's occupation joiner HM dockyard
1897   Marriage Solomnized at St. Stevens Church in the parish of Paddington in the county of Middlesex
Number When
Name and Surname Age Condition Rank or
Residence Fathers
~~ December
38 Bachelor Staff Engineer
Royal Navy
St Michaels
Charlotte power
30 Spinster   32 St Stevens Rd
Job henry
Kincant deceased
Married in the   St Stevens Church According to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church,
after Banns / Licence by me Rev. ~~~~~~~~
This Marriage
was solomnized
between us.
In the presence of:

Fanado Agala
Mary Susannah Bullock
Alice favel Gepp

The Times, Thursday, Jun 23, 1892; pg. 7 column F
Engineer Walter J Featherstone appointed to The Pembroke for
duty at the works of Penn and Sons, Greenwich in connection
with the Circe, to date July 3.

The Times January 28th 1896
page 10 column D
Chief Engineer Walter J Featherstone appointed to
The President to date January 25th

The Times July 17th page 14
Walter J Featherstone appointed Staff Engineer of The President as overseer at Woolwich July 16 1897
He was an assistant engineer on 3 April 1881.
He lived on 3 April 1881; at sea or in a foreign port ship "Achilles" Royal Navy. He was the Chief Engineer to The President in 1896.
He lived in 1901 at Barrow in Furness, Westmoreland, England. He was a engineer in Royal Navy on 31 March 1901.

London Gazette, 4th August 1908
Admiralty 31 july 1908
In accordance with the provisions of His Majasty's Order in Council of 19th March 1908,
the undermentioned Engineer Commanders have been placed on the retired list at thier own request; Walter james Featherstone, Dated 30th July 1908
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