I have the following:
Civil Registration event: Marriage
Name: FEATHERSTONE, Alexandria This is the son of Henry born 1863
Registration District: Keighley
County: Yorkshire
Year of Registration: 1890
Quarter of Registration: Apr-May-Jun
Spouse’s last name: Not available before 1912
Volume No: 9A
Page No: 305
MarriageFinder: Alexandria Featherstone married one of the following people
BAILEY, Mary
WOOD, Hannah
HINDLE, Thomas

1901 Census
RG number: RG13 Piece: 4080 Folio: 5 Page: 1
Registration District: Keighley. Sub District: Haworth
Enumeration District: 1. Ecclesiastical Parish: Ingrow St Johns with Hainworth
Civil Parish: Haworth
Address: 7, Keighley Road, Haworth, Yorkshire (West riding)
FEATHERSTONE, Alexander Head Married M 37 1864 Manager Worsted Weaving Dpt Appletreewick Yorkshire
FEATHERSTONE, Mary Wife Married F 36 1865 Cross Roads Yorkshire
FEATHERSTONE, Harry Son Single M 9 1892 Cross Roads Yorkshire
FEATHERSTONE, Florrie Daughter Single F 8 1893 Cross Roads Yorkshire
FEATHERSTONE, Luther Son Single M 6 1895 Cross Roads Yorkshire

1911 Census
RG number: RG14 Piece: 26111
Reference: RG14PN26111 RG78PN1509 RD492 SD3 ED1 SN11
Registration District: Keighley. Sub District: Haworth
Enumeration District: 1. Parish: Haworth
Address: Myrtle Cottage Cross Roads Via Keighley, Yorkshire (West riding)
FEATHERSTONE, Alexander Head Married M 47 1864 Weaving Manager Appletreewick Yorks
FEATHERSTONE, Mary Wife Married 20 years 5 children 3 living F 46 1865 Cross Roads Yorks
FEATHERSTONE, Harry Son Single M 19 1892 Clerk Cross Roads Yorks
FEATHERSTONE, Florrie Daughter Single F 18 1893 Spinner Cross Roads Yorks

There are only 3 other children born in the Keighley District in the period between the marriage and the 1911 census

They Are Ellen 1901, Matilda, 1893, and Maurice 1897.

I have found births and death registrations for Matilda and Maurice, problem being that Matilda’s falls in the same quarter as one of the children Florrie.
Anybody see if there are baptisms for any or all, it could have been twins. This would pick up maybe which are and are not the deceased children, one of the most difficult things to prove without baptisms.

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