Neil Gordon FEATHERSTONE
New South Wales Police Force
Regd. # ?
Rank: Mounted Constable
The Rocks, Riverina area. 1920’s – 30’s in Crookwell, West Wyalong, Baradine, Urana, O.I.C. – Singleton
Service: From ? ? 1919 or 1920 to ? ? 1951 = 31+ years Service
Awards: Imperial Service Medal – granted 25 August 1953
Died on: ? January 1960
Funeral date: ? ? 1960
Funeral location: ?
Buried at: ?
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The Tumut Advocate and Farmers & Settler’s Adviser Tuesday 23 September 1924 page 4 of 6
A very pretty but quiet wedding was celebrated at the Sacred Heart Church on Thursday, when Neil Gordon Featherstone was united in holy bonds with Emily Olive Granland. The bride’s parents recently resided at Bongongo, but for some time past have been living in Cootamundra. The bridegroom is in the police force, and stationed at Crookwell.
The Lockhart Review & Oaklands Advertiser ( NSW ) Tuesday 10 September 1946 page 2 of 6
THE LOST BOY FOUND
Sergeant Featherstone, of Urana, and Senior Constable Spence, of Albudy, were engaged, during the week, in searching for a youth named Russell Binns, who is employed at Coonong Station. He was missing for several days, and the police officers were more than pleased to have found the youth safe and well after their intensive search.
The Lockhart Review & Oaklands Advertiser ( NSW ) Tuesday 19 October 1948 page 1 of 8
To-day a Licensing Court was held at Lockhart, Mr. J. A. Scobie Licensing Magistrate presiding.
The next matter was an application by Albert G. Ziebell, licensee of the Railway Hotel, seeking the withdrawal of an order for the demolition of the premises.
Singleton Argus ( NSW ) Friday 16 September 1949 page 4 of 8
NEW SERGEANT KEEN ON SPORT
Sergeant Neil Featherstone, who took up duty this week as officer in charge and prosecutor for Singleton Police, is a keen sportsman. Since he joined the force 24 years ago, he has mainly been appointed to Western N.S.W. districts, including Broken Hill, where he played A grade tennis. Mrs. Featherstone who is also a keen tennis player, has not turned her attention as actively towards golf as her husband has. Since taking up the game Sgt. Featherstone has reduced his handicap to 20 and is looking forward, he said, to playing on the inviting Singleton course.
Only one of the three Featherstone children, four-year-old daughter, Julia, accompanied them to Singleton. An elder daughter, Eula, is nursing at Wagga Base Hospital and a son, Maurice is in the Railway Department in Sydney.
Sgt. and Mrs. Featherstone are looking forward to long and happy associations in Singleton.