Maurice Featherson (November 1862 – December 12, 1953) was an American politician from New York.
He was born in November 1862 in New York City.
He attended the public schools, and then became a machinist, and later a master machinist, of the New York City Fire Department. He joined Tammany Hall, and became President of the New York Sand and Gravel Company, and was connected with the Uvalde Asphalt Paving Company. Both companies took part in public works in New York City.
In 1904, he was appointed by Mayor George B. McClellan as Commissioner of Docks and Ferries, and remained in office until the end of 1905.
- "Featherson Dead, Figure In Tammany. Ex-Leader of 20th Assembly District, 91, Was a Protege of Croker, Foe of Murphy". New York Times. December 14, 1953. Retrieved 2013-12-23.
- The New York Red Book compiled by Edgar L. Murlin (published by James B. Lyon, Albany NY, 1897; pg. 144 and 404)
- M'ADOO POLICE HEAD in the New York Times on December 24, 1903
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