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From: Jean Cuevas <>
Subject: Re: [ARIZARD] Montgomery and Ferguson
Date: Thu, 08 Nov 2007 19:02:49 -0500
Now, you are chasing FERGUSONS, too??! :)
Ferguson John N. 59 h f NC NC
Martha A. 39 w kh TN TN
James G. 21 s f AR NC
Wm. M. 13 s f AR NC
Sarah E. 8 d AR NC
Henry R. 5 s AR NC
Cathy Archie E. 17 ss f AR NC
John G. 5 ss f AR NC
Stroud William 40 bo f TN TN
Not sure what year this census was taken in, but if it's the same
family, 20 years elapsed for the son, James.
At 03:29 AM 11/8/2007, you wrote:
>Finally have a free moment tonight to devote to my love of
>genealogy. And with this time, thought I would see what I could
>find out about my Dentons.
>I was told by a seasoned Denton researcher that Martha Denton (b1840
>and a sister to my John Denton) was a married to a John
>Ferguson. So, with that ammo - I went searching. I did find this
>John Ferguson in 1860:
>06 June 1860 Fulton Co., Arkansas census, Pleasant Ridge Township:
>FERGUSON, John H. 37 M farmer 2000/1110 NC
>#78 Martha 20 F TN
> James 1 M AR
> Amanda 5/12 F (no state listed)
>Now, the only Ferguson that I could find in 1870 in the same area
>was this M. E. Ferguson, female - living in the home of a Joseph Montgomery.
>Does anyone know anything about this family below?
>28 July 1870 Fulton Co., Arkansas census, Pleasant Ridge Township,
>Franklin Post Office:
>MONTGOMERY, Joseph 51 M W farmer 1200/600 NC
>#3/4 Mary I. (?) 56 F W housekeeper NC
> John H. 17 M W farmer AR
>FERGUSON, M. E. 25 F W domestic house keeper NC
>Appears to me that this M. E. Ferguson might be a widowed daughter
>of the Montgomerys? Just a guess, though.
>Anyone know for sure?
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>question my honesty." ........Will Rogers
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