From: "Annette Rascoe" 
Subject: [Ferguson-L] Re: SC Magazine of Ancestral Research, V. 1 & 2

I picked up the following info from a current free database of the day
from Ancestry.com.  I had to include the previous paragraphs in order
to obtain the dates.  Hope someone finds it useful.
Annette

The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, Vol 1 & 2

Married on Thursday, 2nd March, by Rev. Wm Banks, Mr. W. Yongue
Robinson and Miss Julianna Estes, all of Chester District (Mar. 9,
1854). 

Died in this District, on the 3rd instant, Mr. John Ferguson, Senr,
aged about 80 years and six months (ibid.).  (Annette's note:  Probably
John Ferguson, son of James Ferguson Jr.-Tory Colonel killed at Huck's
Defeat.)
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The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, Vol 1 & 2

Married on Thursday, 13th Nov. ult., by Rev. A. McCorquodale, Rev. E.
J. Meynardie of the South Carolina Conference to Miss Elinora, eldest
daughter of Adam T. Walker, Esq, of this place (Dec. 3, 1851). 

Married on Wednesday evening, 26th Nov. ult., by Rev. E. J. Meynardie,
Mr. J. Barber Ferguson to Miss Nancy S., eldest daughter of J. R.
Buchanan, Esq, all of Chester District (ibid.).  (Annette's note: This
appears to be James Barber Ferguson, b 5 May, 1823, second marriage. 
James Barber Ferguson is son of James, b. 1781, and grandson of Samuel,
b c 1755.)
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The South Carolina Magazine of Ancestral Research, Vol 1 & 2

Died in this District on the 18th inst. at the residence of her son O.
P. Farrar, Mrs. Temperance Farrar, aged about 78 years. ... a worthy and
consistent member of the Baptist Church (July 20, 1854). 

Died at his residence in York District on Thursday, 13th instant, Ira
Ferguson, aged about 35 years ... leaving a disconsolate wife and several
children (ibid.).   (Annette's note: think this is James Ira Ferguson,
half brother to Elijah Adams Ferguson, and son of Joseph Ferguson, b
1794.)



Larry, 
In our family group of Fergusons we have a John W. Ferguson b. 2 Sep
1855, in Walker Co., Ala, m. Roxana ?, d. 11 Dec 1881, buried at Scott
Cem. near Saragossa, AL.  His father was Henry Ferguson b 9 Sep. 1832
in Chester Co., SC.

If you think there might be a connection, let me know and I will supply
further info.
Annette Hutchinson Rascoe


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There were a number of Ferguson families that went south to Alabama and
Mississippi.  I am descended from one that is also a brick wall. One of
the
sons was named John W. Ferguson, born in AL about 1855.  

According to census records (all that I have to go on) the John's
father was
born in AL, TN or VA, depending on which census you choose to believe.
He was
also born in 1832, 1846, or 1838, reflected by the ages shown in the
three
census records.

There was also a James H. Ferguson (brother to John) born about 1857.
There
was also a very wealthy older James H. Ferguson residing in the same
county. I
suspect kinship, but dont know how.  Unable to  tie these to another
Ferguson
family.

Larry in Texas 






















From: "Annette Rascoe" <arascoe@lcc.net>
Old-To: <Ferguson-L@rootsweb.com>
Old-Cc: "Peggy Dyas" <Allein@webtv.net>
Subject: Re: [Ferguson-L] Adam Ferguson

Larose,
If you haven't already, you need to subcribe to:
Ferguson-John-L - Descendants of John Ferguson of South Carolina,
alternate spellings (FARGUSON, etc.) included Ferguson-John-D - digest
mode 

This is the list the ancestors of Adams Ferguson are listed on.  There
are several subscribers who are related through Samuel Ferguson and
Caroline Sides.

Also, you need to contact:
Peggy Dyas  Allein@webtv.net

Gotta run--will be in touch with you later--but wanted to pass this on
immediately.

Annette Rascoe
arascoe@lcc.net