A Captain with the Northumberland Fusiliers, he later becomes a brigadier.

Appearance Edit

Featherstonehaugh is a large man, without much hair. His eyebrows are attractive and pronounced, and he possesses a substantial mustache and an oddly small beard.

Personality Edit

He is a very pompous man.

History Edit

In the books Edit

Soulless Edit

Changeless Edit

At the start of Changeless, Ivy Hisselpenny comes to Alexia with the news that she is engaged to Captain Featherstonehaugh, a Captain with the Northumberland Fusiliers. By the end of Alexia's adventures in the Highlands, Ivy has thrown off Captain Featherstonehaugh to elope with Tunstell.

Blameless Edit

At the start of Blameless, Captain Featherstonehaugh is engaged to Evylin, but he soon thereafter throws her over and becomes engaged to Ms. Wibbley.

Heartless Edit

It is mentioned that Captain Featherstonehaugh's engagement to Evylin Loontwill is back on in Heartless.

Timeless Edit

In Timeless, he is engaged to Ms. Colindrikal-Bumbcruncher.

Prudence Edit

In Prudence, he is a brigadier with the forces stationed in India. He has married a young, bookish woman. He goes into Tungareshwar Forest to rescue his wife.

Trivia Edit

Quotes Edit

  • "His name is Captain Featherstonehaugh, and he has just returned with the Northumberlink Fusili, all the way from Inja." (Changeless, Chapter Two)
  • "Captain Featherstonehaugh has thrown me over! How do you like that?" (Blameless, Chapter One)
  • "In other shocking news, the dashing Captain Featherstonehaugh has announced his engagement to Miss Wibbley, who really is only just out of finishing school!" (Blameless, Chapter Eleven)
  • "The brigadier is happy to have a werewolf attachment but unhappy to have a Scottish one. The pack was never invited to his private functions." (Prudence, Chapter Ten)
  • "A soft expression suffused the big man's fierce face like a walrus having discovered a much beloved oyster." (Prudence, Chapter Fifteen)

References ==

  1. "Pronouncing Names (and the Reasons Behind Them)" at Gail's blog.