Looks good to me. Side note, Jake would have to be born in February 1887 at the latest to be eligible to run in the 1921 presidential election.View attachment 763898James Edmund Featherston (December 13th, 1844 - February 15th, 1900) was a Virginian slave overseer at a plantation, farmer, Confederate Soldier during the War of Secession, and father of Jake Featherston, the dictatorial President of the Confederate States of America from 1934 to 1944. Featherston's father was Matthew Featherston, a Virginian Farmer and his mother was Mary Featherston, a Housewife. James, who lied about his age, got into the Army of Northern Virginia at 16. He was present at Camp Hill when Lee's Army crushed the Army of the Potomac. After the Confederacy earned their Independence, Featherston retired back to his home in Virginia, believing himself to have been the reason for the Confederate Victory. Featherston later was hired by a Virginian Slave Owner to oversee the plantation. Featherston married his first wife, Jenny, in 1867 - having 5 kids, Jenny dying in childbirth in 1880, combined with the manumission of slaves by President. James Longstreet, caused James to resent reality, causing him to attack his children, verbally and physically. Also, in 1879, Featherston met his future wife, Grace at a Baptist Gathering, but didn't commit adultery for religious reasons. After the death of Jenny, Grace and James immediately married in 1881, having 3 children, Jake being the last one. Like before, James would show the same treatment to his and Grace's children, Jake and the child that Jenny last had receiving the most abuse, altrough Jake would also receive the most love, probably due to him being his last child. This caused Jake to love his father immensely and justify his abuse, this was shown when Jake stood up for his then deceased dad to Jeb Stuart III in 1936. James would retire from his farm in 1897 with his family. On the night of February 15th, 1900, Featherston, suffering from Tuberculosis and Pneumonia for 3 days, due to the cold weather, would die at his home, surrounded by Family and Friends.