From: Lyle Dingus

I just wanted to thank you for all the great Ferguson information you
have been putting on the Ferguson List.

This was in a recent Ferguson Digest posted by you:

Franklin Co., MO
Ferguson, Elizabeth     DINGAS, Henry           19 Jan 1837

These are my GGGparents. It was the last time the name was spelled
Dingas as far as I know.  Henry died in 1849 in Franklin Mo., but three
of his sons moved to Linn County Kansas in the 1860/70s.  I noticed that
you have the book 100 Burial sites in Linn County.  I also have it and
really like it.  I have 3 to 4 generations of my fathers side of the
family buried in Linn County.
DINGUS, PAGINTON, LITTELL, POTTER are some of my Linn County names.  How
are you connected to Linn County?    I lived there until I was about 11
years old..

Thanks again for all of your information on the Fergusons.

Lyle Dingus
Highwood Cottage
Loshpot Lane
Kirk Deighton, North Yorkshire LS22 5HL
UK



From: Lyle Dingus
I have been a little late in sending in my Ferguson/Farguson roll call.
This is what I have pieced together  on my Ferguson line.    I only have
confidence in this line back to Asa Fargusson and Ruth Turner.  I have
the papers showing Ruth TURNER receiving a pension for Asa Fargusson for
his service in the War of 1812.  The other names were pieced together
with the help of Christie Ferguson-Cirone.   Her source was the
"Chesterfield County, Virginia Wills, 1774 - 1802", abstracted &
compiled by Benjamin B. Weisiger III, 1992, Iberian Publishing Co.,
Athens, Georgia.


1-- Moses Farguson-1282 (    -1750)
sp-Martha-1283 (    -1778)
  2-- Joshua Farguson-1284 (    -    )
  sp-Elizabeth-1285 (    -    )
  2-- Aaron Farguson-1286 (    -    )
    3-- William Farguson-1292 (    -    )
  2-- John Farguson [SR]-1287 (    -    )
  sp-Mary GILL-1288 (    -    )
    3-- John Ferguson [Jr.]-1689 (1755-1828)  Chesterfield Co. Va
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