Person:Henry Feaster (5)

Watchers
Henry Feaster
b.1730/31 Pennsylvania
d.21 AUG 1822 Bucks, Pennsylvania
m.
  1. Henry Feaster1730/31 - 1822
m. ABT 1758
  1. David FeasterBET 1759 AND 1793 -
  2. George FeasterBET 1759 AND 1793 -
  3. John FeasterBET 1759 AND 1793 -
  4. Mary FeasterBET 1759 AND 1793 -
  5. Rachel FeasterBET 1759 AND 1793 -
  6. Henry Feaster1786 - 1866
m. BEF 1801
  1. Elizabeth FeasterAFT 1800 -
  2. Jane FeasterAFT 1800 -
  3. Polly FeasterAFT 1800 -
  4. Rebecca FeasterAFT 1800 -
  5. Catherine Feaster1802 - 1880
  • HHenry Feaster1730/31 - 1822
  1. Cornelius FeasterBET 1796 AND 1799 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Henry Feaster
Gender Male
Birth[2] 1730/31 Pennsylvania
Marriage ABT 1758 to Susanna Unknown
Marriage BEF 1801 to Mary Cornell
Death[2][3] 21 AUG 1822 Bucks, Pennsylvania

A Henry Feaster applied for a Revolutionary War Pension but was rejected for lack of supporting data. No data was supplied. Actual text follows: Feaster, Henry R14115, The printed list of 1852 of Rejected & Suspended Revolutionary War claims showed on pg 189 that Henry Feaster of NJ was suspended for further proof & was withdrawn by the Hon. T Lee in 1837. Henry Feaster was a NJ resident at the time his claim was rejected. Bucks County Pennsylvania is north of Philadelphia, just across the river from New Jersey.

Henry Feaster I of Pennsylvania son of John and Mary Feaster, served in the Revolutionary War. DAR membership papers are #255714.

The Feaster Family Genealogy by Jennie Feaster lists his name as Hemry Feaster I. The Feaster Family by Larry Veach lists his name as J. Henry Feaster.

References
  1. Jennie C. Feaster. Feaster Genealogy 1708-1981. (Family History, 1981).
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Larry Veach. Feaster GED Veach. (Larry Veach, March 2000).
  3. Daughters of the American Revolution. Bucks County Chapter. Bucks Co. PA Cemetery Records. (DAR, 1955-1970).
  4.   White. Genealogical Abstracts of Revolutionary War Pension Files: V2, Page 1167. (The National Historical Publishing Co.).
  5.   Index of Revolutionary War Pensions in the National Archives: Pg 182. (1976).