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Re: Lucinda L. Ferguson married a Pogue
Posted by: Charlotte Jeffers (ID *****5693) Date: May 26, 2004 at 06:30:46
In Reply to: Re: Lucinda L. Ferguson married a Pogue by Jim McMillen of 864

Thanks, Jim. Lucinda L. Ferguson b. 5 Sept. 1868, was the daughter of Bailus Ervin Ferguson b. 4 Feb 1833 SC d. 5 Nov 1913 Fairland, Burnet Co., TX married 21 July 1853 in Dirt Town Valley, Chattooga Co., GA, to Mary Louisa Howard b. 9 Feb. 1831 SC d. 13 Sept 1917 Fairland,Burnet Co., TX. She was one of nine children: John M.; Ann H.; William Juddy 1855; Sndrew Marion 1859; Mary C. 1860; Lucinda L.; Elizabeth J.1871; james Ervin 1873; Andrew M. Mary Louisa Howard's parents were Oliver Richard Howard b. 1812 SC, and Ruth Bly b. 1810 SC. They are both buried in Bethel community, Lake Victor, Burnet Co., TX. Bailus was the son of Andrew Ferguson Jr.(1807-1889) and Dorothy Cobb (1811-1878). They were both born in Pickens Dist., SC, and died in Howard Co., AR, being buried at County Line Baptist Church Cemetery. Andrew Ferguson Jr.was the son of Andrew Ferguson Sr. and Sarah; Dorothy Cobb was the daughter of William Cobb (1783 - 1857)and Sarah Abbett (1782-1872). They both died in Cherokee Co., GA. William Cobb was the son of Johnn Cobb. Sarah Abbett was the daughter of William Abbott (1740-1819)and Mary Sarah Dennard b. 1740 Rutherford, NC. They both died in West Union,Oconee, SC. Mary Sarah was the daughter of Thomas Dennard. Hope this helps someone. I have more info on other siblings in these families and will exchange information.

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