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Maj John Irvine

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/98337069/john-irvine. Image.

Mary Ann Tucker

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Andrew Jackson Featherston

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/206194879/andrew-jackson-featherston. "Moberly Daily Monitor, Moberly, Randolph County, Missouri May 11, 1909, page 1

Deep sorrow is felt in many homes today, and all Moberly shares in the grief caused by the death of Mr. A. J. Featherston, which occurred last night at his home No 416 Taylor street.
Mr. Featherston suffered a severe stroke of apoplexy last evening at supper and sank rapidly until about 11:30 o'clock, when the Angel of Death relieved his suffering and his spirit was ?-ed to the great beyond.
Mr. Featherston was feeling well as usual yesterday, spending the afternoon at his wife's grave, in Oakland Cemetery, and returning home about an hour before supper time.
Deceased was one of Moberly's oldest and most universally respected and well known citizens and a man of high integrity and flawless morality. The greater part of his life has been with only good deeds and kindly words to survive him and keep his memory dear to those who knew him.
Mr. Featherstone was one of the most prominent and active Masons in this section of the state, having been a member of that fraternity for about fifty years. On the fiftieth anniversary of his becoming a member of the Masons, he was honored with a purse of $50 by the membership.
Deceased was 82 years of age and leaves two sons and one daughter, Willard and J.M. Featherston and Mrs. M. S. Barnett, all of this city. He also leaves two brothers, Elder W. M. and Martin Featherston and four grandchildren.
He was a consecrated member of the East Side Christian church. The funeral will be held from that church tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, conducted by Elder J. E. Donovan and Elder S. Boyd White. The obsequies will be under the auspices of the Masonic fraternity and delegations of that order are expected to be here from neighboring towns. Burial will be made in Oakland Cemetery.

A. J. Featherston was born in Jessamine County, Kentucky on March 2, 1827 and died May 10, 1909, aged 82 years two months and seven days. He came to Randolph County, Mo., in the autumn of 1841 when quite a young man and located with the family on a farm eight miles east of where Moberly now stands.
In the autumn of 1852 he was united in marriage to Mary, the daughter of Preston Meals, she preceding him to the better world April 3, 1905. To this union there were six children, three sons and three daughters, also six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. When Moberly was quite a small place he came here with his family and located on Taylor street, where he still lived when the summons came calling him home.
He became a member of the Christian church when quite a young man and was always faithful in the discharge of the many duties imposed upon him.
He was an elder of the East Side Christian Church for many years previous to his death. He was also a member of the Masonic fraternity, honored and respected as a devoted member by all who knew him." Image.

Mary Elizabeth Meals

1FindaGrave.com, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/206194947/mary-elizabeth-featherston. "Moberly Daily Monitor, Moberly, Randolph County, Missouri, April 3, 1905, pages 1 and 3

Mrs. Mary Featherston, the beloved wife of Mr. Jack Featherston, died this morning at 9 o'clock after a lingering illness at her home 416 East Taylor street. Mrs. Featherston, who was one of Moberly's most estimable ladies, had lived to the good age of 71 years. She had been married for 50 years and from this happy union she leaves three children, Willard, John and Mrs. S. (sic) Barnett. Funeral announcements will be made later.

It is with deep regret we today chronicle the news of the death of Mrs. Mary Featherston, of 416 East Taylor street, who quietly passed through the portals of life to a happier beyond at 9 o'clock this morning, after an illness of over twelve months.
Mrs. Featherston was a highly respected pioneer resident of Moberly and was a good woman, a kind neighbor and a loving wife and mother, who, believing in the holy teachings of the Bible, instilled a love for our Savior in her children and those near and dear to her.
She was 71 years old on July 1, and for almost fifty years had been a dutiful, thoughtful, loving wife. She is survived by her aged companion, "Uncle Jack" Featherston, and the three children born of the union, they being Mrs. M. S. Barnett, Willard M. and John Featherston.
The funeral arrangements will be announced tomorrow.

Moberly Daily Monitor, Moberly, Randolph County, Missouri April 4, 1905, Page 4

The funeral of Mrs. Mary Featherston will be held at the family residence on Taylor street Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Elder J. A. Berry will preach the funeral sermon. Burial in Oakland cemetery." Image.