indian corn, 90 bushels. 1 acre potatoes, 100 bushels.
3 steers under 3 years. 3 cows. 4 horses over 3 years. 5 pigs (3 under 3 years) $200. Value of livestock $368. 250
The 1851 Nominal or Personal census is missing.
In the Upper Canada Naturalization Registers 1828-50 RG 5, B 47, Vol 8, John Cole Sr. of Athol, dated the expiration of
seven years residence, June 1841, registered July 10 1848...looks like he returned to Canada June 1834.
John Cole 75m US C of E
Patience 67m Can
Patience Cole 77w Ont WM Eng?
Farrington 46w Univ farmer
Daniel 32m WM farmer
Parents not yet known after 30 years+ of search... very annoying!
By the way his children were named, I am assuming his mother was a GILLETT, possibly an Irene.
Gillet = Goelet in Dutch spelling?
One story says: "He had a brother and being dissatisfied with farming, went to USA sometime after 1812 to Sodus Pt or
Charlotte NY where they worked at barrel making or fishing. During war of 1812, he walked east to join the war and
when returned was barefooted and thin." (Mike Cole).
Another story had John Living in Oswego. (Oswego is on the south shore of Lake Ontario across from Gull Pond,
Prince Edward County. There is also another Oswego in the Town of Unionvale, Beekman, Dutchess County, NY.) This
would be back where Daniel Cool UE came from.
There was a Betsey Cole who was married to John's wife's sister's husband's brother, (Mary Ferguson married Rowland
Jackson. Willet Jackson married Betsey Cole) and she might be a sister.
There was a John Cole in Captain Frey's Company in Butlers Rangers.
In the Steven Conger J.P. papers there is a reference to "the keeping of J. Cole" Kept by Henry Bartlett from the 26th
April 1808 to 26th June following. Then taken by Richard Gardiner to keep 'til April session 1809.
County Information: Charlotte County is no longer in existence, its name having been changed to Washington County in
1784. A brief history of Charlotte County appears below and we hope you will find it useful in understanding the reason
for the name change. The Washington County page serves as the query location and information page for Charlotte
County History: Text taken from "History of Washington County, New York" by Crisfield Johnson, originally published
...on the 12th day of March 1772, a county was formed from Albany by the Legislature of New York, to which the name "
Charlotte" was given, in honor of Queen Charlotte, the wife of King George the Third. This was the actual beginning of
the county of Washington; the organization having been retained from that time down, though both name and boundaries
have been changed.
"On the east of the Hudson, the south line of the new county began at the mouth of Stony creek; ran thence east three
miles and three-sixteenths; thence south to the Batten Kill; thence along that stream to the south line of Princetown; and
thence east to the west line of Cumberland county, which was the summit of the Green mountains. From this point to
Canada those mountains formed the eastern boundary of Charlotte county. From the mouth of Stony creek, the western
and southwestern line followed the windings of the Hudson up to the northwest corner of the present town of Luzerne, in
Warren county, ran thence west along the present north line of Saratoga county to its northwestern corner, and thence
northwardly along the present west line of Warren county extended to Canada. The north line of Charlotte was of course
the south line of Canada, or the forty-fifth parallel of north latitude.
"It will be seen that the present towns of Easton, Cambridge, Jackson, White Creek, and the southwest part of Greenwich,
remained in Albany county. On the other hand, Charlotte county contained all that part of the present State of Vermont
west of the Green mountains and north of the northwest corner of Jackson, the whole of the present counties of Warren,
Essex, and Clinton in this State, and the eastern part of Franklin county.
"Some of our readers may have thought we devoted more space to the troubles between New York and Vermont than
belonged to them in a strictly local history of Washington county. But, in fact, that imbroglio affected even the internal
affairs of Charlotte county, and in 1781 some very curious movements took place in several of the towns of that and
Albany counties, which have seldom or never been treated in national histories, but which might have had a serious
effect on the welfare of the whole country.
"As has been stated, the county of Charlotte and that part of Albany county now included in Washington were principally
settled by New Englanders, and by Scotch and others of foreign birth. The former had almost all adhered to the American
cause, which many (though by no means all) of the latter were friendly to the king. As the Americans were most of the
time in possession of the territory in question, the New Englanders were largely in the majority among the dominant class.
"These had generally sympathized more or less with their compatriots who were striving to set up an independent
government in Vermont. The Vermonters, too, although they had openly claimed only to the present east line of that
State, had kept up a kind of faint half-claim to the territory between that line and the Hudson, or even farther west, on the
ground that it had been included in Skene's new province of Ticonderoga, of which they deemed their State in some way
to be the political heir.
"...The intrigue for the annexation of the territory before mentioned was going forward at the same time. Not liking to
rest their claim on no higher authority than the supposed organization of the province of Ticonderoga, the Vermonters
also resorted to the secession doctrine. In April the Legislature of that State directed that a convention be held at
Cambridge the following month, composed of delegates elceted by the people of the various districts of Charlotte county
of that part of Albany county lying north of the south line of Vermont prolonged to the Hudson, which convention
should decide whether, and on what terms, those districts should be united to the State of Vermont.
"The long and deadly struggle of the Revolution, with its accompaniments of invasion, house-burning, and Indian
outrage, had naturally developed a very bitter feeling among the people, especially on the frontiers, against everything of
English name or origin. Even the name of Queen Charlotte was not agreeable to the inhabitants of Charlotte county,
whose farms had been devastated by the troops of Queen Charlotte's husband. Still more unpleasant was the name of
Tryon county, derived from the last British governor of New York, to the people of the Mohawk valley, where the work
of burning and massacre had been carried on year after year by Tories and Indians in British employ,.
"Accordingly, on the second day of April, 1784, the Legislature passed an act changing the two names just mentioned. It
was a model of brevity and precision, and, after the enacting clause, read as follows:
'From and after the passage of this act the county of Tryon shall be known by the name of Montgomery, and the county
of Charlotte by the name of Washington.'
"Thus the most honored appellation known to Americans was conferred upon this county. The name was not as common
then as now, and we believe this is the oldest 'Washington county' in the United States,--a venerable patriarch with nearly
forty namesakes among counties, besides an almost countless host of towns, villages, and post-offices."
The Charlotte County web page is a part of NYGenWeb which is a part of the The USGenWeb Project.
The town of Sodus was formed in January of 1789. It comprises the northeast corner of the old "District of Sodus". The
District of Sodus was made up of what are now the towns of Sodus, Lyons, Arcadia, Marion, Walworth, Ontario and
The northern part of Sodus is mainly level inclining toward Lake Ontario. In the southern part of the town, the surface is
considerably broken by ridges extending north to south, also known as drumlins. The division between these two areas is
known as "The Ridge". The Ridge is an elevation extending across Wayne County and beyond, from east to west. The
elevation of the ridge (from 150 feet to 188 feet), its situation with reference to the lake and the soil, have led geologists
to believe that it was the southern shore of Lake Ontario in the distant past.
The first documented settlement in the town of Sodus was in 1794 at Sodus Point. Capt. Charles Williamson, agent for
the Pultney Estates,, arrived in Sodus Point with a group of laborers, surveyors and builders to create a settlement.
Several houses, a tavern, a gristmill and a sawmill were built.
The first settler in what is now the village of Sodus was John Holcomb, who built a home there in 1809. The present
village of Sodus was first used as a location for a town meeting in 1815 and has remained the center of the town since
The town of Sodus is one of only two towns in Wayne County to ever experience a military battle within its borders. In
the morning of June 19, 1813, during the War of 1812, the British attacked Sodus Point. The British seized the stores in
the warehouses and burned the town. Only one building, a tavern, was spared. This building was spared because Asher
Warner, who was severely wounded during the battle, was carried there by British soldiers. He died several hours later.
One other man, Charles Terry, also died as a result of this attack. Terry, also wounded during the battle, made his way
home. It was thought that he would recover, but after getting up from his bed and walking to the door, he caught cold and
died a few days later.
A little known fact about the town of Sodus is that it is the birthplace of Arbor Day. In the year 1881, Edward C. Delano
of Sodus Center wrote an article that was published in the Wayne County Alliance titled "Shade Trees". Mr. Delano
urged that shade trees be planted in all the town's schoolyards. In that year he was elected Wayne County School
Commissioner and worked tirelessly for this cause. It was, however, 1888 before the New York State Legislature
proclaimed, officially, Arbor Day. The first Arbor Day circulars were sent out from Albany in the spring of 1889. Some
of the trees planted in Sodus on that first Arbor Day still stand.
57. Arra C Ferguson U.E.
"C" for "Cole"?
From Pat Cole: "This Indenture made in duplicate the sixteenth day of December in the year of our Lord one Thousand
eight hundred and seventy two.
Between DANIEL FERGUSON of the Town of Burville in St Clair County in the State of Michigan, one of the United
States of America Yeoman and ARRA C FERGUSON of the same place yeoman of the first part and John Huff of the
Township of Athol in the County of Prince Edward and Province of Ontario, yeoman of the second part.
Whereas FARRINGTON FERGUSON late of the said township of Athol, deceased by his last will and Testament
bearing date the tenth day of October AD 1842, devised the lands and premises hereinafter described to his son
where as the said party of the Second Part has became the owner of the said lands and premises and has agreed to pay to
the said parties of the first part each the sum of fifty dollars being the amounts bequeathed to each of them in and by the
said last will and Testament and that the said parties of the first part have agreed to convey all their and each of their
interests in said lands and premises to the said party of the second part and also was ....."
From Pat Cole: Children of Arra C?: "1920 Census has Daniel D immigrated to US in 1860 & Arra Cole states he came
Arra C(ole) jr & Frances Sarah Smith, dau Jennie K b 1873 (she isn't at home in 1910 census but her children are living
with Arra & Sarah) m. a Jones
also son Floyd Ferguson
possible Arra C was born 1846 Niagara on the Lake."
From Pat Cole: Berlin St Clair Michigan 1880
Harry C Ferguson 73m Can Farmer father b NY mother b NY
Catherine 68m keeps house NY NY
Arthur 28 Can Can
Farrington 7 Mich MI MI grandson
Daniel 78w Can NY NY
Arra Cole states he came to USA in 1861
57S. Catherine Pettit?
Catherine Elizabeth FERGUSON b: 8 MAR 1834 in Hallowell Township
Daniel Duncan FERGUSON b: 13 APR 1843 in Woodstock, Ontario, Canada
Arra Cole FERGUSON b: 1846 in Niagara, Ontario, Canada
Elizabeth Adelaide FERGUSON b: 1847 in Canada
Arthur R FERGUSON b: 1854 in Canada
Charlotte FERGUSON b: 1857 in Canada
58. Elizabeth Ferguson U.E.
I was looking through some old correspondance from John Aikens and came across this from an Orvil Dainard dated
April 1974 :
"I will try to explain something I have learned concerning the old Peirson Property.... the property with the large stone
house up from where he lives on the opposite side of the road was known now as the McKee Property composed land on
both sides of the rd that goes to the water edge of South Bay. I have learned from Gerald Ackerman -- he is a year or 2
older than I am -- that his late grandfather, Thomas Welbanks who owned adjoining property in same area, showed
Gerald where this grave was when he was a small boy. And it was down near the shore line at the bay....." (and rest is
cut off the bottom of the page...... Maybe Dr Helen would have John's stuff somewhere and we could sometime see it?)
A letter from Dr A L Danard (no date) "This farm is on north side of South Bay. Has a large square farm house with a
chimney at each end. Here he died after a fall while carrying a log for the grate fire. He slipped. The log fell on his
chest. He died shortly afterward in the year 1817. He intended visiting his people in Germany that year."
(The present stone house has a chimney at each end. PDC )
John's letter of October 1976 "Orvil says that the road dividing the lot used to run to the Bay shore (private road) and
that if Jacob ever built there, the buildings would be near the water, not on the present site -- I would judge the present
building about 1840-50"
58S. Andrew Dainard
Gravestone at South Bay seems to read death at Nov 19 1871 at 79 years.
Andrew owned Jacob Dainard's lot 21, then lot 24.
In October 1834 Andrew sold the Original lot #6, south shore South Bay granted to Jacob (1802 Patent) to John Rose &
Bought lot 24 from Andrew Minaker & wife Oct 10 1848. He sold this in July 1862 to William Lane. Then William
Lane sold it to Rachel Dainard the same day.
August 1864 Andrew & Rachel Dainard sell 3 acres to Charles Boles.
Dec 1864 Andrew Dainard sells 8 acres to Barney Duetta.
1866 Rachel L Dainard sells 3-4 acres to Permilla Boles, 20 acres to Susan Ellen Dainard, 20 acres to Miranda Dainard,
20 acres to Delia Ann Dainard & 20 acres to Emily Dainard & daughter Margaret L.
Oct 1868 Charles Boles & wife sell 3 acres to Eleanor Dainard.
May 1869, (some instrument) between Eleanor Dainard and Mary Eleanor Dainard.
This is all very confusing because Andrew's son who is also named Andrew appears to have also married a Rachel
(Zimmerman) ... so I don't know for sure who is who!!!! Because Permilia is d.o. Andrew D Jr & Mary Lear, I am
wondering if Rachel Zimmerman = Rachel Lane and if Andrew Sr never remarried after Elizabeth Ferguson :(
A Patent for the 200 acres of Lot 9 in the 14th Concession of Chatham Township, County of Kent was issued on October
27, 1831 to Elizabeth Danard. Andrew and Elizabeth Danard convey this property to Bernard J. Danard, on June 30,
1834. Bernard J. Danard does same to David S. Danard on June 24, 1870 for just the 100 acres of the West of the lot.
On September the 5th of 1872, David S. Deynard, takes out a mortgage from Thomas Bateman for $300. Thos. Bateman
was a neighbour on Lot 4 & 5, Concession 14, Chatham Twp. This is the first notation of a name change from Danard to
Bernard Danard also conveys to Alfred H. Danard the East of Lot 9, Concession 14, Chatham Twp., on December 10,
William H LANE Male English 50 Ontario Farmer C. Methodist
Ellen LANE W Female French 86 Ontario C. Methodist
Ann LANE Female English 54 Ontario C. Methodist
Owen LANE Male English 59 Ontario Labourer C. Methodist
Census Place Marysburgh South, Prince Edward, Ontario
Family History Library Film 1375873 NA Film Number C-13237 District 119 Sub-district F Division 1
Page Number 40 Household Number 199
Andrew Daynard 64m CW WM farmer/yeoman, Log House - 1 Story
Susan E 15
Delia A 11
1871 South Marysburgh # 200
Andrew Danard 75w Ont WM Germ farmer
Delia Ann 20
Barney Duetta 28
59. Daniel Ferguson U.E.
Son of UE Dec 3 1835. OC Feb 11 1836. This would indicate his birth to be 1804-ish.
1861 census would indicate birth to be 1805-ish (age 56)
I have a photo of him c. 1870. Carpenter and joiner. Lived on the High Shore, near Fish Lake. Was visited by a young
Uncle Ben (in the 1880's?) A Rachel Blakely aged 76 was with them in the 1851 census (or just next on the sheet?)
Don't know as yet whether this Daniel, son of Farrington, or the Daniel, son of Rozel was the one married to Drusilla File
and had the listed issue. PDC.
Frpom Pat Cole: "part of Indenture 1962
This Indenture, made the twenty fourth day of May in the year of Our Lord One Thousand Eight Hundred and Sixty
Seven Between DANIEL FERGUSON of the Township of Sophiasburgh in the County of Prince Edward, yeoman,
deviser of FARRINGTON FERGUSON late of the township of Athol in said county, yeoman, deceased of the First Part:
and John Harris Reynolds of the Township of Athol in the County aforsaid, yeoman of the second part Witnesseth that
the said party of the first part, for and in consideration of the sum of twenty five dollars."
This in 1881 census: Don't know who it is...
R BISHOP REYNOLD M Male English 45 Ontario Carpenter Methodist Canada
MARY ANN REYNOLD M Female English 29 Ontario Methodist Canada
HILTON P REYNOLD Male English 2 Ontario Methodist Canada
DANIEL FERGUSON W Male English 81 Ontario Carpenter Methodist Canada
1881 Census Place Wellington, Prince Edward, Ontario
Family History Library Film 1375873 NA Film Number C-13237 District 119 Sub-district B Page Number
21 Household Number 125
60. Farrington Ferguson U.E.
OC Jan 22 1823. (I had estimated his birth as 1802 because of the OC date, but because there is a good possibility that
he may be the father of Sarah Ferguson Cronk, it is possible he was born much earlier. PDC.)
He (and his father both?) in the 2nd Regiment Prince Edward County Militia under Lt.Col. Owen Richards in 1822, aged
20 years ... so also 1802.
This may not be the proper spouse. (See also Eliza Jones)
See also: John Ferguson married Mindwell Tubbs, issue John & Mary.
60S. Mindwell Tubbs
Isaiah TUBBS was born about 1780. He was living before 1800 in Greenville, Greene Co., NY.
He moved in 1800 to Prince Edward Co., Ontario, Canada. He served in the military in 1812 in Prince Edward Co.,
Ontario, Canada. He served as a private in the Prince Edward Corps of Militia during the war of 1812. He died in
1844 in Picton, Prince Edward Co., Ontario, Canada. His place of burial is unknown.
He was married to Rhoda SHEPARD on Aug 12 1795 in Presbyterian Church, Greenville, Green Co., NY. Rhoda
SHEPARD was living before 1800 in Greenville, Greene Co., NY. She moved in 1800 to Prince Edward Co.,
Ontario, Canada. She was buried in Glenwood Cem., Picton, Prince Edward Co., Ontario, Canada.
Isaiah TUBBS and Rhoda SHEPARD had the following children:
i. Phoebe TUBBS was born before 1800 in New York state.(756) She moved in 1800 to Prince Edward Co.,
ii. Joseph TUBBS
iii. William TUBBS.
iv. Hiram TUBBS.
v. Mindwell TUBBS.
vi. Mary TUBBS
vii. Matura TUBBS.
viii. Isaiah TUBBS 2nd was born about 1833 in Canada. He died in 1844
61. Hester (Sarah?) Ferguson U.E.
Daughter of UE, Mar 21 1836.
Wm Henry Huff 50m Ont Ont Ont Meth farmer
Hester Jinks 77w US US
Wm H Huff May 9 1841 60m Ont E Meth farmer
Patience Oct 6 1839 61m
Emily Nettlehip July 26 1887 13 Eng Emily from Eng 1895
Esther Jinks Aug 19 1813 87w This date would not seem to agree with the birthdate I have for Hester
From Norman Cowan: "I am a great great great grandson of Farrington Ferguson and Elizabeth Cole (Cool). Their
daughter, Hester, married Elijah Jinks. Their daughter, Abigail, married William James Cowan (from Co. Leitrim, Ireland)
. Their son, Everett Nelson Cowan, was my paternal grandfather, born in the Cedars, in the old log cabin, near the Outlet,
and near Cowan Road, where my cousin Charlie Cowan lives. Everett came to Rochester, NY, wher he met and married
my grandmother, Anna Schmidt (Smith). Their only child, Everett Nelson Jr., is my father, and he lives in Punta Gorda,
Fl. He is extremely interested in the family history. I am my father's oldest son. I have a half brother, but he doesn't seem
interested in his 'roots'. I am seventy, and live with my wife, Rosa, who is a Honduran (Central America). We have a
teenaged daughter, Nancy Jeanine Cowan, who is eighteen, a senior in high school, and still at home (which we're glad)!
What ever info you have, please send me. Sincerely, 'Cousin' Norman Clarence Cowan 920 3rd Street S.#35 Hardin, MT
59034-2262 Tel.406-665-4073 or 406-665-4241"
The 1901 census has an Esther Jinks DOB 19 Aug 1813 "wife's mother, widow" PDC
8 Huff William N. M Head M Mar 9 1841 60
8 Huff Patience F Wife M Oct 6 1839 61
8 Kettleship Emily F Domestic S Jul 26 1887 13
8 Jinks Esther F Mother W Aug 19 1813 87
Janet Edwards thinks that "Hester" may be "Sarah" who married Enoch Cronk as she has a petition saying that Sarah's
father was Farrington and witnessed by Daniel Ferguson. RIN 4991
From Pat Cole:
HESTER FERGUSON (ELIZABETH2 COLE, DANIEL1) was born September 19, 1813 in Athol, and died March 23,
1911 in Athol. She married ELIJAH JINKS. He was born Abt. 1818, and died May 04, 1890 in Athol.
Notes for HESTER FERGUSON: Death registered Athol, Esther Jinks d March 23 1911 b Sept 19 1813 at Athol.
Lived Gore or Block B.B. time of death, housewife, widowed father ? Ferguson b US mother not listed informant B E
Dunham Salmon Point
Pat Cole has:
CATHERINE FERGUSON (ELIZABETH2 COLE, DANIEL1) was born Abt. 1818. She married ASHAHEL CRIPPEN.
Ruben Reynolds 58m NYS WM farmer
Caroline 57m PrEd
John H 28 lab
Elizabeth FERGUSON 93w
Cath GRIPPEN 73
Daniel Ferguson 56
Cripin, Ashahel 75w US WM Blacksmith
Children of CATHERINE FERGUSON and ASHAHEL CRIPPEN are:
i. ORRY CRIPPEN, b. Abt. 1834, Marysburgh; m. MARY E STOUFFLES.
(Notes for ORRY CRIPPEN: House of Refuge)
Gripin Ory @ 75yr Jan 29 1908 S Marysburgh, bad management Ont, life Res.
Gripin, Julia Jan 29 1908 S Marysburgh bad management, Ont
ii. PHOEBE JANE CRIPPEN, b. Abt. 1841; m. ALBERT C BISHOP, March 11, 1874.
The following differs from what I have found over the years but I include it here for information. PDC.
Ancestors and Cousins of Graeme Norman and a lot of Bay of Quinte, Ontario folks
Entries: 51016 Updated: Sun Jan 4 22:07:23 2004 Contact: Doug Norman
Ahnentafel, Generation No. 1
1. Farrington Ferguson was born 1765 in Crum Elbow, Dutchess Co., NY, and died 1843 in Hallowell Twp., Prince
Edward Co, ON. He was the son of 2. Richard Ferguson and 3. Charlotte Rachel Farrington. He married Elizabeth Cole
1789-1792 in Prince Edward Co., ON, daughter of Daniel Cole and Maria Delong. She was born 16 Nov 1770 in
Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY, and died 4 Sep 1866 in Marysburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co., ON.
Children of Farrington Ferguson and Elizabeth Cole are:
i. Barent Barney Ferguson was born 1789 in Hallowell Twp., Prince Edward Co, ON, and died in Hallowell Twp.,
Prince Edward Co, ON.
ii. Mary Elizabeth Ferguson was born 1790 in Hallowell Twp., Prince Edward Co, ON, and died Nov 1867 in Cherry
Valley, Athol Twp. Prince Edward Co., ON. She married Rowland Jackson. He was born 1784, and died 18 Jun 1869 in
Cherry Valley, Athol Twp. Prince Edward Co., ON.
iii. Israel Ferguson was born Abt 1794 in Hallowell Twp., Prince Edward Co, ON, and died 27 Feb 1869 in Hallowell
Twp., Prince Edward Co, ON. He married Rebecca Alley 21 Mar 1817 in Prince Edward Co., ON. She was born 1797 in
Prince Edward Co., ON, and died Bef 1869 in Hallowell Twp., Prince Edward Co, ON.
iv. Rachel Ferguson was born 1794 in Hallowell Twp., Prince Edward Co, ON, and died 30 Sep 1860 in Green Point,
Sophiasburg, Prince Edward Co., ON. She married Hezekiah Clark. He was born 18 Aug 1767 in Hartford, CT, and died
5 Jan 1835.
v. Patience Ferguson was born 1795 in Hallowell Twp., Prince Edward Co, ON, and died 19 Dec 1881 in Cherry
Valley, Athol Twp. Prince Edward Co., ON. She married John Cole 4 Mar 1812 in Hallowell Twp., Prince Edward Co,
ON. He was born Nov 1775, and died Jun 1861 in Cherry Valley, Athol Twp. Prince Edward Co., ON.
vi. Huldah Ferguson was born 1799 in Hallowell Twp., Prince Edward Co, ON. She married Ira Brown.
vii. Elizabeth Ferguson was born 1800 in Hallowell Twp., Prince Edward Co, ON, and died 1874. She married
Andrew Dainard. He was born 1797 in Marysburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co., ON, and died Nov 1874 in Marysburgh
Twp., Prince Edward Co., ON.
viii. Daniel Ferguson was born 1800 in Sophiasburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co., ON, and died Feb 1885 in Wellington,
Prince Edward Co., ON. He married Druscille File. She was born 10 Jun 1815 in Wellington, Prince Edward Co., ON,
and died 14 Oct 1866 in Wellington, Prince Edward Co., ON.
ix. Hester Ferguson was born 1801, and died Aft 1871. She married Elijah Jinks. He was born 1816 in Athol Twp.,
Prince Edward Co., ON, and died Aft 1871.
x. Farrington John Ferguson was born 1802 in Hallowell Twp., Prince Edward Co, ON, and died Abt 1865. He
married Eliza A. Degroft.
xi. Sarah Ferguson was born Mar 1806 in Prince Edward Co., ON, and died May 1882 in Bencon Co., MN. She
married Enoch Cronk. He was born 1779 in Big Island, Sophiasburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co., ON, and died 1840 in
Big Island, Sophiasburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co., ON.
xii. Arra C. Ferguson was born 13 Sep 1806 in Hallowell Twp., Prince Edward Co, ON, and died 29 Mar 1892 in
Berlin Twp., St. Clair Co., MI. He married Catherine Pettit. She was born 1 Oct 1810 in Hallowell Twp., Prince Edward
Co, ON, and died 28 Mar 1887 in Berville, Berlin Twp., St.Clair Co. MI.
xiii. James C. Ferguson was born Abt 1807, and died Bef 1880. He married Charlotte Goodrich. She died 7 Apr 1880
in North Marysburgh, Prince Edward Co., ON.
xiv. Charlotte Ferguson was born 1811 in Prince Edward Co., ON, and died in Marysburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co.,
ON. She married Peter Dainard. He was born Jul 1806 in Prince Edward Co., ON, and died 10 Mar 1876 in ON.
xv. Catherine Ferguson was born 1818. She married Ashehel Crippen.
Ahnentafel, Generation No. 2
2. Richard Ferguson was born 1723-1725 in Westchester Co., NY, and died Abt 1791 in Prince Edward Co., ON. He was
the son of 4. Richard Ferguson and 5. Eleanor Green.
3. Charlotte Rachel Farrington was born Abt 1735 in Westchester Co., NY.
Children of Charlotte Rachel Farrington and Richard Ferguson are:
i. Phebe Ferguson was born 9 Sep 1759 in Dutchess Co, NY. She married John Hagerman.
ii. Isreal Ferguson was born 1761. He married Nancy Singleton.
iii. Richard Ferguson was born 23 Dec 1762 in Fort Edward, Albany Co., NY, and died 21 Jul 1842. He married
Frederica Grant. He married Clariss Sherwood.
iv. Farrington Ferguson was born 1765 in Crum Elbow, Dutchess Co., NY, and died 1843 in Hallowell Twp., Prince
Edward Co, ON. He married Elizabeth Cole 1789-1792 in Prince Edward Co., ON, daughter of Daniel Cole and Maria
Delong. She was born 16 Nov 1770 in Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY, and died 4 Sep 1866 in Marysburgh Twp.,
Prince Edward Co., ON.
v. Millicent Ferguson was born 4 May 1766. She married Jacob Hoover 1789. She married Conrad Van Dusen 31 Jul
1791 in ON. He was born 1753.
vi. Arra Ferguson was born 23 Sep 1769 in Westchester Co., NY, and died 28 Feb 1853 in Picton, Prince Edward Co.,
ON. He married Catherine Shorts 7 Apr 1793 in Prince Edward Co., ON. She was born 1772, and died Abt 1861 in
Prince Edward Co., ON.
vii. Rozel Ferguson was born 1775. He married Mary Pettit, daughter of Daniel Pettit and Elizabeth Platt. She was
born Abt 1780.
viii. Elias Ferguson was born 10 May 1777 in Nine Partners, Dutchess Co., NY, and died 18 Jun 1833 in New Haven,
Oswego Co., NY. He married Betsy Vicery.
ix. Rachel Ferguson was born Bef 1782 in Albany Co., NY, and died 1849 in Northumberland Co., ON. She married
Richard Hare 20 Jun 1797. He was born Abt 1777.
Ahnentafel, Generation No. 3
4. Richard Ferguson was born Bef 1698 in Westchester Co., NY, and died Abt 1767 in Crum Elbow, Dutchess Co., NY.
He was the son of 8. Thomas Ferguson and 9. Mary Farrington.
5. Eleanor Green was born Abt 1704 in NY.
Children of Eleanor Green and Richard Ferguson are: i. John Ferguson was born Abt 1721.
2. ii. Richard Ferguson was born 1723-1725 in Westchester Co., NY, and died Abt 1791 in Prince Edward Co., ON. He
married Charlotte Rachel Farrington. She was born Abt 1735 in Westchester Co., NY.
iii. Farrington Ferguson was born Abt 1730 in Westchester Co., NY, and died Abt 1790 in Dutchess Co, NY. He
married Rachel Green 18 Jul 1754 in Duchess Co., NY. She was born Abt 1735 in Prob Dutchess Co., NY.
iv. Elijah Ferguson was born Abt 1730 in Dutchess Co, NY, and died Abt 1799 in Westchester Co., NY. He married
Ruth Delong. She was born Bef 28 Sep 1737 in Fishkill, Dutchess Co., NY, and died 1818 in Starksboro, VT.
v. Rachel Ferguson was born Abt 1734, and died 9 Jun 1811 in Beekman, Dutchess Co., NY. She married Arie Delong.
He was born 1719, and died 20 Jan 1798.
vi. Jonathan Ferguson was born Abt 1740 in Westchester Co., NY. He married Mary Young 17 Feb 1793 in
Marysburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co., ON, daughter of Henry* Young and Mary* Lisjer. She was born 6 Oct 1770 in
Albany, Albany Co., NY, and died Abt 1850 in Prince Edward Co., ON.
Ahnentafel, Generation No. 4
8. Thomas Ferguson was born Bef 1665 in Stratford, CT, and died in Westchester Co., NY.
9. Mary Farrington was born Abt 1677 in Westchester Co., NY, and died in Westchester Co., NY.
Child of Mary Farrington and Thomas Ferguson is:4. i. Richard Ferguson was born Bef 1698 in Westchester Co., NY,
and died Abt 1767 in Crum Elbow, Dutchess Co., NY. He married Eleanor Green Jul 1697. She was born Abt 1704 in
61S. David? Crippen?
There was an Ashbel CRIPPEN, widower, at the home of John and Audrey (TUTTLE) GOLDSMITH aged 75,
blacksmith, at the time of the 1861 census. Also there was Andrew TUTTLE aged 62, carpenter. There was a Catherine
CRIPPEN with Elizabeth (COOL) FERGUSON in the 1861 census, aged 73. (Born 1788) She is possibly David's
mother? Or sister?
In the PAO, there is a handwritten paper from Farrington Ferguson to Wm Steverson asking him to let David Crippen
have 5s 3d worth of goods from his store and to charge it to himself, Farrington Ferguson, East Lake, Nov 11 1833.
Albert C. BISHOP, 30, yeoman, Ontario, Hallowell,
s/o Cadwell & Mary,
married Phoebe Jane CRIPPEN, 33, Ontario, Hallowell,
d/o Ashparlan & Catherine,
witn: Richard V. & Mary A. CLEMENT both of Picton
on Mar. 11, 1874 at Wesleyan Methodist Parsonage at Picton
61S. Elijah Jinks
From Pat Cole:
i. PATIENCE JINKS, b. October 06, 1839; d. May 01, 1922, Salmon Point.
ii. RICHARD JINKS, b. January 02, 1840, Athol.
iii. RACHEL JINKS, b. February 09, 1840, Athol.
iv. JUSTIN JINKS, b. Abt. 1844; m. JEMIMA HUTCHINSON; b. 1845, Wellington; d. May 13, 1921.
v. CAROLYN JINKS, b. 1847.
vi. ABIGAIL JINKS, b. Abt. 1849, Athol; d. March 06, 1907, Athol.
vii. ELSIE ANN JINKS, b. June 05, 1850.
viii. ARMSTRONG JINKS, b. 1853, Marysburgh.
ix. PHOEBE ELIZABETH JINKS, b. Abt. August 29, 1855, Ontario; d. October 31, 1930, Athol.
x. MATILDA JINKS, b. May 29, 1860, Athol; d. March 09, 1943, Athol.
From Norm Cowan: "My dad is Everett Nelson Cowan, whose father was also Everett Nelson Cowan. His parents were
William James Cowan and Abigail Jinks. Abigail was the daughter of Elijah Jinks and Hester Ferguson. Hester was the
daughter of Farrington Ferguson AND Elizabeth Cole, daughter of Daniel Cole! You and I are at least fourth cousins!
Contact Bob Presley (another fourth cousin) at : firstname.lastname@example.org I sent him a whole bunch of info on my
'branch of the tree'. We have an interesting ancestry. I am seventy, born December 31,1931, in Rochester, NY. My wife,
Rosa Alcira Cowan, was born in Honduras, Central America, December 24,1950. We have two children, Anthony Jose,
also born in Honduras, on August 1,1976, and Nancy Jeanine, born in Key West, FL ,on November,23,1983. She
graduates from high school in May. My mailing adress is: Mr. Morman Clarence Cowan 920 3rd Street S. #35 Hardin,
MT 59034-2262 My phone # is: 406-665-4073 or 406-665-4241 P.S. Bob Presley's mother was Catherine Ferguson,
Elizabeth and Farrington's granddaughter. She married Lewis Presley, which according to Bob, was a relative of ELVIS
PRESLEY. Bob has a daughter, Lisa Marie Presley, as does Elvis. So, apparently, that makes us at least, 'kissin cousins'
Elijah Jinks 45m Can NCM lab
Eley A 11
62. James Ferguson U.E.
I have a photo of him from the old Cole album dated May 11 1872 on the back.
1861 Census Marysburgh
James Ferguson 53m UC WM farmer
Lucy 29 bc 1832
F (male) 27 bc 1834
E (male) 26 bc 1835
C (male) 24 c1841
A (male) 20 c1843
G (male) 18 c1844
J (male) 17 c 1845
S (fem) 16 c 1846
D (male) 15 c 1847
R (male) 14 c 1848
E (fem) 13 c 1849
H (fem) 11 c1850
W (male) 10 c 1851
A (fem) 8 c1853
M A (fem) 6 c 1855
(There is a James Ferguson died 1/7/1866 at 68/3/15. PDC)
From Pat Cole: "JAMES C FERGUSON was born October 02, 1797, and died 1866 in Hillier. He married
CHARLOTTE GOODRICH. " (This wouldn't jive with my old photo in the Cole family album ... date on back & name
look to be original and contemporary. PDC.)
63. Sarah Ferguson
She had attained the age of 21by Jan 1831 (see petition for land as Sarah Cronk)
There is a query on petition as to whether she is daughter of Farrington Ferguson SENIOR.
Daniel Ferguson was a witness on the petition.
From V posting on the internet: "Sarah Ferguson was born Mar 1806 in Prince Edward Co., ON, and died May 1882 in
Bencon Co., MN. She married Enoch Cronk. He was born 1779 in Big Island, Sophiasburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co.,
ON, and died 1840 in Big Island, Sophiasburgh Twp., Prince Edward Co., ON."
64. Charlotte Ferguson U.E.
Photo. OC. September 28, 1832
Peter Daynard 55m CW NCM farmer
Amaziah (m) 19 lab
Milton A 10
Ellen 20m of Athol
Jacob Dulmage 21m
Children of CHARLOTTE FERGUSON and PETER DAINARD are:
i. SARAH DAINARD.
ii. HENRY DAINARD, b. 1831, Marysburgh; d. December 22, 1900.
iii. PETER H. DAINARD, b. 1834, Marysburgh.
iv. HESTER DAINARD.
v. BENJAMIN DAINARD, b. Abt. 1835.
vi. WALTER DAINARD, b. 1839, Athol; d. March 03, 1907, Home of son Herman's.
vii. ELLEN JANE DAINARD, b. 1840, Marysburgh; m. ISAAC-JACOB JAMES DULMAGE,
December 25, 1860; b. July 30, 1838, Marysburgh.
(Notes for ISAAC-JACOB JAMES DULMAGE:
Brighton, Northumberland Co 1881 pos same family
Jacob Dulmage 43m Ont CM lab
Maud? 2 )
viii. AMARIRIAH DAINARD, b. 1842; m. ANNIE G BAILEY; b. Abt. 1843.
ix. DOUGLAS CALVIN DAINARD, b. March 20, 1844, Prince Edward County; d. Sault Ste Marie.
x. CHARLOTTE DAINARD, b. 1849.
xi. MILTON A. DAINARD, b. 1851.
xii. IRENE DAINARD, b. 1853.
xiii. LUTHER DAINARD.
64S. Peter Dainard
Peter Daynard - Farmer - NC Methodist 55 - Frame House - 1 Story
Charlotte Daynard " 50
Amaziah Daynard - Labourer " 19
Douglass Daynard " 14
Charlott Daynard " 12
Melton Daynard " 10
Irena Daynard " 8
Ellen Daynard (Athol) " 20
"Mothers family -- Dainard:
Her father was Peter Dainard born in 1802 in PR. Ed. Co Ontario Canada. His ancestors, father German, mother French.
Her mother Charlotte Ferguson born in same county, no date of birth. Her ancestors were Scotch. An older relative,
Captain Ferguson was one of Rogers Rangers.
They had thirteen children-consecutively-Henry, Peter, Sarah, Benny, Hester, Walter, Ellen, Amaziah, Douglas, Luther,
Charlotte, Irena and Milton. I only remember of seeing him but one time, when he was leaving for California and stopped
to bid us good-by. He was the youngest and unmarried.
I knew all the aunts and uncles. Ellen was my mother and all older than she eventually moved away. Uncle Douglas
moved to Georgian Bay.
My mother Ellen was born in 1841-married in 1860 and died in 1901.
There were four girls in our family. Oldest daughter Lucretia married in 1878 to Charles Bullock, had two children,
Charlotte Cylinthia married George A Cooley in 1885. They have three children, Ethel, Harold and Minnie Louise.
Minnie Louise , born 1866, died 1909.
Maude born in 1878
married Bert Moir (deceased), married again Benjamin Amesbury.
The Dainards were pioneers-cleared their own land, built their house and barns on virgin soil, had a large farm the rear of
which bordered Lake Ontario.
Having so large a family they made their own gillnets, caught fish for their table and always salted down a barrel of white
fish for winter. At first they used oxen for farm work but later raised horses, also their own cattle, sheep and poultry.
Each fall enough beef and pork was cured to carry them through and they made sausage, head cheese and crocks of lard.
They raised their own sheep, sheared, washed and carded the wool themselves, spun it into yarn and knitted socks,
stockings and mittens for all.
They wove their own cloth-of wool, had a hand loom. The cloth was sent to the fuller, who fulled it to make everyday
clothes for the boys, pressed it for dresses for the girls.
A tailoress came every year and stayed until she had made clothes for all the boys. The mother and girls made clothes for
A shoemaker came once each year and made shoes for them all. Of course, as the country became settled and there were
general stores they were able to give up some of their hard work.
Since with only fifteen in the family they even had to take their turn in boarding the school teacher and they also made
maple sugar every spring.
Those were the happy days.
Charlotte C. Cooley, born 1864"
65S. Ira Brown
66. Eleanor Ferguson U.E.
Married to ______ Cole then to John Dainard. Perhaps Lydia was daughter by previous marriage?
(Wonder if the Cole she supposedly married was a brother of my John Cole who married Patience Ferguson???)
From Pat Cole: "died about October 26, 1870" "Will 183 Eleanor Dainard Marysburgh Oct 26 1870.
exec. Nelson Dodge, & William Hazelton Lane, both of Marysburgh, widow of John Dainard.
All real estate Part L 24 lst C of Black River to adopted dau Mary Eleanor Danard & her heirs. $400 cash, household
furniture & wearing apparel.
Friend Barney Duetta $400 for paying Dr bills, funeral expenses & suitable monument for grave.
If dau should die by natural causes before marrying OR has heirs OR reaches age 18 things go to Barney Duetta"
Rachel Matilda FERGUSON b: 2 APR 1846 in Wellington
Eleanor Mary FERGUSON b: 26 OCT 1846 in Hallowell
Sarah Elizabeth FERGUSON b: 1 MAY 1849 Wellington
Mary Ann FERGUSON b: SEP 1850
90S. Drucilla File
This family's info from Janine Hardy in Sandy Utah. 1988.
This from LDS GEDCOM:
1851 Fredericksburgh has this:
File, John U. Farmer CW 43 M
File, Catherine do. do. 45 M
File, Eliza J. do. do. 22 S
File, Eley S. do. do. 14 S
File, Catherine M. do. do. 12 S
File, Charles I. Farmer Fred. 7 S
File, John A. Farmer Fred. 10 S
File, Edward F. do.. do. 3 S
91. Miles Ferguson
Of Ameliasburgh. Son of UE June 3 1839
Miles Ferguson and Ruth Ann Gillett, both of Ameliasburgh, 19 Feb 1840. Witnessed by Stephen Gillett, William
92. John H Ferguson
93. Jane Ferguson
Ogden Family of Clarke Twp. submitted by email@example.com
We begin the Ogden family tree with RICHARD OGDEN born about 1770 in New York state. In 1797 he was living in
Crahame Township on lot 31 concession 1. This is the area in which the village of Colborne is located. His wife was
thought to have been Lucy Vibbert. They had five children. One son , Jonathan , began a stage coach line between York
and Kingston. He later sold it to Wm. Weller and Jonathan moved to the U.S.A.
Another son was ORANGE MUNROW OGDEN. He was born about 1807 perhaps in Northumberland County. He
married Jane Ferguson U.E. of Hallowell , Picton, Prince Edward County in 1832. She was the daughter of Rozel
Ferguson U.E. In 1842 they were located in Clarke Township on lot 24 concession 4. They had a family of ten children.-
John, Jacob, Miles, William, Eliza. , Jehiel , Albert, Martha , Sarah , Daniel. Jane died in 1879 and was buried in Orono
Cemetery. Orange died in 1893 and was buried in Union Cemetery in Oshawa.
The fourth child of Jane and Orange was WILLIAM HENRY OGDEN born in 1839 in Clarke Township. He married
Martha Henry in 1858 and they lived in Clarke also. Martha was the daughter of James Henry and Agnes Johnson.
William and Martha had eight children.-James, William, John, Joseph, Mary Jane, George, Herbert, Wilber. William
Henry died in Pontiac , Michigan while visiting his daughter in 1928 and was buried in Orono Cemetery. Martha died in
1911 and was also buried in Orono Cemetery.
The third child of William and Martha was JOHN HENRY OGDEN born in 1865 in Clarke Township. He married Eliza
Hoy daughter of Thomas Hoy and Charlotte Smart .They first lived in the Kendal area but then moved to Oshawa. They
had five children.-Thomas,Wilber, Charlotte, William, Ormie. They later came back to Clarke and lived with their son
Wilber at lot 1 concession 3. John died in 1935 and Eliza died in 1957.Both were buried in Union Cemetery in Oshawa.
The second child of John and Eliza was JOHN WILBER OGDEN born in 1888 in Clarke Township. He married Emily
Mills daughter of William Mills and Mary Ann Barraball of Bowmanville. In 1924 they moved from Oshawa to Clarke
Township. They raised a family of seven children - Harold, Douglas, Marion, Gladys, Dorothy, Aileen and Jack. Two
children ,Billy and Hazel Jean ,died while very young. Wilber died in 1967and Emily died in 1978. They were buried in
HAROLD 1911-1962 married Dorothy Umphrey no family
DOUGLAS 1913-1987 married Helen Stone daughter Ruth Waite-m.Herbert Waite(deceased 2002) son Douglas Waite
m.Susan Ryan Bailey , Jeremy, (deceased) Madison, Clancy, Dylan, Tayler
MARION 1915-1996 married Wilbert(Babe) Raby Bruce m. Anne McCreary daughter Samantha Raby Brian m. Diane
Hewitt Melissa Raby Stephen Raby
GLADYS 1918 married Laverne Farrow no family
DOROTHY 1921 married Walter Clark Gordon m. Gail Glover Rodney, Stephen , Bradley and Cameron Ronald m.
Shirley Edgar Jason , Travis and Darla Marilyn m. James Friar (divorced) James , Janet and Jeannie
AILEEN 1926 married Moreton Henderson Edward Henderson Janice m. Marc Durand Lucas and Emily
JACK 1929 married Jean Gardiner Marilyn m. Duncan Reid Neil and Kelsey Donald m.Carol Brazeau Ryan and Ian
93S. Orange Munrow Ogden
"Hi Jan, haven't communicated for a long time. Just wanted to mention to you that you have Jane Ferguson born 1811
married to Orange O. Ogden. Orange's actual middle name was Munrow. It should read Orange M. Ogden. I know that it
was listed in the Sons and Daughters of UEL as Orange O, but I know for sure that the middle initial was M, and not O.
In fact Orange went by the name of Munrow. Take care and keep up the good work.
John Schneider" Feb 12 2002
94. Jacob Ferguson
Of Hallowell and Thurlow. Son of UE Dec 1835
94S. Ann Eliza
Spouse of a Jacob Ferguson
Don't know who this is:
1881 Anna FERGUSON W Female German 64 Ontario Weaver Methodist Canada
Census Place Marysburgh South, Prince Edward, Ontario
Family History Library Film 1375873 NA Film Number C-13237 District 119 Sub-district F Division 1
Page Number 14 Household Number 60
there is this in 1901 Alnwick census:
56 Ferguson Eliza A F Head W Sep 19 1816 84
56 Ferguson George M Son S Sep 10 1846 54
95. Maria Ferguson
Daughter of UE Jan 9 1836
96S. John Brooks Sr
98S. William Bell
Descendants of William Bell
1 William' "Col." BELL b: 12 Aug 1758 Co Tyrone Ire src: "Hist. of Prov. of ON" (reissue "Hist. of Sett. of U. C.") d: 28
Mar 1833 Thurlow Tp (Bell's Creek, E of Belleville?) src1: Queen's Archives, src2: Sharon Cadieux, src3: Dot Lewis
- +Rachael' HARE src: "Hist. of Prov. of ON" (reissue "Hist. of Sett. of U. C.") b: c. 1772 US src: 1851 census m: Aft.
1790 Hastings Co? d: Bef. Jun 1853 Thurlow Tp Hast Co src1: Queen's Archives, src2: Bill Smith, src3: Dot Lewis
-- 2 William Beatty BELL src: 1851 census b: c. 1795 ON src: 1851 census d: Aft. 1853 (See mother's notes) OR d. 1878
in Mi? src: Dot Lewis
----- +Henrietta? SILLS? src: Dot Lewis b: 1820 m: ??? (marriage uncertain) d: 1878
------ 3 Margaret? A.? BELL src: Dot Lewis b: 1837 d: 1946 (1846?) Burial: Victoria Cem Plainfield ON
------ 3 James? BELL src: Dot Lewis b: 1838
------ 3 Gilbert? BELL src: Dot Lewis b: 1840 d: 25 Aug 1915 MI
------ 3 Jacob? BELL src: Dot Lewis b: 10 Oct 1842 d: 10 Apr 1905
------ 3 John? BELL src: Dot Lewis b: 1843 d: 1917
------ 3 Thomas? BELL src: Dot Lewis b: 1845
------ 3 Annette? BELL src: Dot Lewis b: 1848
------ 3 Rachael? BELL src: Dot Lewis b: Jul 1850 d: 26 Dec 1928 Bay City MI
------ 3 Ruth? Ellen? BELL src: Dot Lewis b: 3 Dec 1853 d: 29 Aug 1890 Burial: Victoria Cem Plainfield ON
-- 2 Rachael Catharine BELL b: Bef. 19 Mar 1798 Mohawk Village Tyen Tp Hast Co src: "Anglican Registers" 1787-
1814 d: Aft. 1881
----- +Jacob FORD src1: Queen's Archives, src2: Ancestry.com/RootsWeb b: 11 Apr 1793 Salisbury Herkimer NY d: 12
------ 3 Helen S. FORD src: 1881 census b: c. 1821 Trenton ON d: 21 May 1914 Toronto ON
------ 3 Henry FORD src: Ancestry.com/RootsWeb b: Aft. 1821 src: Uncertain date
-- 2 Margaret Ann BELL src: V. Roy Beals b: 1 Feb 1800 Belleville ON src: Dot Lewis d: 17 Dec 1886 Belleville ON
Burial: Belleville ON
----- +Joseph Peter HUYCK src1: Queen's Archives, src2: Dot Lewis b: 14 Mar 1793 Albany NY src1: Dot Lewis, src2:
1871 census m: 1820 src: Dot Lewis d: 29 Jan 1889 Belleville ON Burial: Belleville ON
------ 3 Rachel Marie HUYCK src: Dot Lewis b: 14 Jun 1820 Albany NY d: 1837
------ 3 Melissa M. HUYCK src: V. Roy Beals b: 12 Jul 1822 Hast Co d: 17 Jul 1892 Belleville ON Burial: Belleville
--------- +WEESE b: c. 1822
------ 3 Matilda S. HUYCK src: Dot Lewis b: 21 Apr 1825 Albany NY src1: V. Roy Beals, src2: Dot Lewis
------ 3 Almira J. HUYCK src: Dot Lewis b: 26 Oct 1827 Hast Co
--------- +John CAMPBELL src: V. Roy Beals b: c. 1825
------ 3 Isabella Ann HUYCK src: Ancestry.com/RootsWeb b: 28 Apr 1830 Hast Co ON d: 10 Jun 1906 NY
--------- +Simeon CRYSDALE b: 15 May 1826 Hast Co ON m: 19 Nov 1851 src: "Marr. Regs of UC/CW" d: 5 Jul 1887
Red Creek Wayne Co NY src: V. Roy Beals
------ 3 Margaret Ann? HUYCK src: 1851 census b: c. 1833 d: Bef. 1886 src: Dot Lewis
------ 3  Catherine Ann HUYCK src: Dot Lewis b: c. 1836 ON
--------- +Charles PRETTY src: V. Roy Beals
------ *2nd Husband of  Catherine Ann HUYCK:
--------- +John MILLER src: "Hast. & P. E. Cos Loy. Fams" b: c. 1839 m: 5 Nov 1860 (7 children in Bruce Co?) src:
------ 3 Rachel HUYCK src: 1851 census b: c. 1839
------ 3 Helen A. HUYCK src1: 1851 census, src2: "Hast. & P. E. Cos Loy. Fams", src3: Dot Lewis b: 13 Feb 1842 Hast
Co src: Dot Lewis d: 18 Jul 1919 Winnipeg MB Burial: Belleville ON
--------- +Stephen VIVIAN src1: "Hast. & P. E. Cos Loy. Fams", src2: V. Roy Beals b: 10 Feb 1832 Cornwall Eng m: 19
Dec 1864 Hastings Co src: V. Roy Beals d: 29 Jul 1896 Hastings Co src: V. Roy Beals
------ 3 Sarah HUYCK src: 1851 census b: c. 1844 ON
-- 2 Stephen F. BELL src1: Queen's Archives, src2: "Men of U. C. Militia Rolls" vols 1 & 2 b: c. 1802 src1: "Men of U.
C. Militia Rolls" vols 1 & 2, src2: "Hast. Co Militia" 1799-1899 d: Bef. Apr 1854 src: Queen's Archives
----- + m: (1 child only)
------ 3 Rachel Catherine "Black Mary" BELL b: 8 Apr 1829 Thurlow Tp Hast Co src: Mattie McCurdy d: 11 Jan 1904
Rawdon Tp C2L2 src: "ON Death Cert." Burial: Stirling ON Cem
--------- +Gordon' MCCURDY b: 21 Feb 1823 Williamsburg ON m: 2 Jul 1849 Belleville ON src1: "Marr. Regs of UC/
CW", src2: "ON Marr. Not. 1830-56" d: 28 Aug 1890 Huntingdon Tp Burial: Stirling ON Cem
[NOTE: THESE ARE THE PARENTS OF JONATHON BELL MCCURDY (1851) ABOVE]
-- 2 Sarah Maria BELL b: Bef. 30 Jan 1803 Thurlow Tp? Hat Co src1: "Marilyn Adams Research Centre" Ameliasburg,
src2: Uncertain date
----- +Daniel PRINGLE src1: Sharon Cadieux, src2: "Len. & Add. Co Loy. Fams" b: 1798 m: Bef. 1833 d: 1900 (???)
------ 3 Sarah Jane PRINGLE src: "Len. & Add. Co Loy. Fams" b: 1831
--------- +George Hoffnagel DAVEY b: Bef. 1807 m: 1845 d: Bef. 1881
------ 3 Janet PRINGLE b: 1837
------ 3 Henrietta PRINGLE src: "Len. & Add. Co Loy. Fams" b: c. 1842 Richmond Tp
--------- +Nicholas VAN ALSTINE b: c. 1841 Fredericksburg Tp L&A Co m: 17 Jun 1865 L&A Co src: Mary Crandall's
------ 3 Helen Amelia PRINGLE src: "Len. & Add. Co Loy. Fams" b: c. 1843 Napanee ON d: Aft. 1880
--------- +Edward WALKER b: c. 1834 Dumfies Scot m: 20 Sep 1866 Napanee ON src: "Rev. John Scott's Pres. Marr.
Reg." d: Aft. 1880 src: Uncertain date
------ 3 Charlotte Elizabeth PRINGLE src: "Len. & Add. Co Loy. Fams" b: c. 1846 Napanee ON
--------- +Robert WEBSTER b: c. 1841 Napanee ON m: 16 Mar 1865 Napanee ON src: Mary Crandall's website
-- 2 Amelia Jane BELL src: Dot Lewis b: c. 1805 d: 23 Oct 1831 Haldimand ON src: "Death Not. of ON"
----- +John C. HOGABOOM' src: Dot Lewis
------ 3 Harriett HOGABOOM b: 1820 - 1830
------ 3 Helen HOGABOOM b: 1821 - 1831
--------- +Simon? MACDONALD? m: c. 1845 src: Uncertain date d: Toronto ON?
-- 2 Mary Sophia BELL b: Bef. 17 Apr 1808 Thurlow Tp Hast Co src: "Marilyn Adams Research Centre" Ameliasburg d:
Aft. 1893 Thomasburg? src: ""Quinte Persons Over 80 Years Old""
----- +George? EMERSON m: 6 Oct 1847 src: "Marr. Regs of UC/CW"
-- 2  Julian S. Isabella BELL b: 6 Jun 1812 Thurlow Hast Co src: ""Quinte Persons Over 80 Years Old"" d: Aft. 1893
src: ""Quinte Persons Over 80 Years Old""
----- +MINDIFF m: Bef. 1833 d: Bef. 1835
-- *2nd Husband of  Julian S. Isabella BELL:
----- +William SAGER src: 1851 census b: 1804 Canada src1: Dot Lewis, src2: 1851 census m: 26 Nov 1835 Thurlow
Tp Hast Co src: Dot Lewis d: 1879 src: ""Quinte Persons Over 80 Years Old""
------ 3 James Ferguson SAGER b: 25 Mar 1836 Thurlow Tp Hast Co src: Dot Lewis
--------- +Adaline? ??? b: c. 1832 US src: Uncertain date
------ 3 William Bell SAGER src: Queen's Archives b: c. 1838 Thurlow Tp Hast Co d: 1881 - 1893 src1: 1881 census,
src2: Queen's Archives
------ 3 Sophia SAGER b: c. 1840 Thurlow Tp Hast Co
------ 3 Julia SAGER b: c. 1842 Thurlow Tp Hast Co
------ 3 Rachael Catherine? SAGER b: c. 1844 Thurlow Tp Hast Co d: Aft. 1893
--------- +Charles ADDISON b: c. 1843 ON d: Aft. 1893
------ 3 Martha SAGER b: c. 1848 Thurlow Tp Hast Co
-- 2 TOM b: 1809
99. Philemon Ferguson
31. CHARLES6 FERGUSON, (Farrington5, Richard4, Thomas3, John2-1), was probably born ca. 1765 and married
Mary ___, perhaps DeLong. He lived in Beekman where he was listed on the 1790 census at 1-1-2 between Stephen
Burtis and Baltus Harris. He probably died by 1800, and his presumed widow Mary Ferguson was in the 1800 Beekman
census at 1-1-0-0-0 and 2-0-0-1-0 between Charles DeLong and Jeremiah Johnson. (Near Sylvan Lake). William Radcliff
Jun. offered a $20 reward for the capture of C. Ferguson who escaped from the DC prison on the evening of the 13th
instant. (Feb. 1798). Ferguson was late of the town of Beekman, a farmer, and was in prison “because he was indicted by
sundry indictments for having passed several counterfeit Notes on the bank of the United States. He was about 5’ 10”
high of a light complexion, light short hair, slender built. Has on a light colored coat and waistcoat, homespun overalls
and boots. It is expected he rode off on a bay gelding about 15 hands high, thin in flesh. He is exceedingly fond of
exchanging horses & racing & may probably be found at such places.” [PJ 20 Feb. 1798]. On 14 Feb. 1798 Nelly Losee
of Beekman, spinster, Elias DeLong and Nathan Myers were bound before the local court. Nelly Losee was charged with
“aiding, assisting and affecting the escape of Charles Ferguson, a prisoner.” [AD #14512]. Mary Ferguson was arrested
for assisting her husband Charles escape indictment. He had passed four counterfeit notes on the bank of the US. [AD
#14950]. Previously Isaac Weeks had posted surety for Charles Ferguson. [23 Jan. 1790, CP]. On 1 Sept. 1798 Mary
Ferguson and Nelly Losee were indicted for assault and battery and pleaded not guilty. George Losee and Richard
were bound in appearance bonds of $200. [Oyer & Terminer Court].
Charles Ferguson and Farrington Ferguson Jr. were subscribers to the horse protection society in Beekman in 1795.165
Children: (As named in will of his mother Rachel Ferguson).
i. Pileman. Philamon (sic) Ferguson, age 33, was on a Muster Roll at Hallowell of the 2nd Regiment of Prince Edward
Militia in 1822. He was listed next to Ferrington Ferguson, age 20.166 He was also in a Muster Roll of the 3rd
Company in Northumberland 5 Dec. 1828 and was age 39. Other Fergusons in this Company were Jacob, age 19, John,
age 30 and Richard, age 34. An Ira Ferguson, age 25, was in the 2nd Company, same year.167
ii. John. A John Ferguson, age 23, was also in the 2nd Regiment at Prince Edward in 1822. He was in the
Northumberland Militia in 1828, aged 30.
Our Corbeil Ancestors and Allied Families
Entries: 1850 Updated: Thu Jan 16 11:55:08 2003 Contact: Karin Corbeil Home Page: Our Corbeil Ancestors and
Ahnentafel, Generation No. 1
1. Farrington FERGUSON was born 22 JUN 1831, and died 1920. He was the son of 2. Philomen FERGUSON and 3.
Elizabeth PURDY. He married Jane JOHNSTON. She was born 22 AUG 1837, and died 1929.
Child of Farrington FERGUSON and Jane JOHNSTON is: i. John S. FERGUSON was born 2 MAY 1865. He married
Henrietta ?. She was born 23 JAN 1865.
Ahnentafel, Generation No. 2
2. Philomen FERGUSON was born 23 DEC 1787 in Canada, and died 26 FEB 1855. He was buried in Bowmanton
Cemetery, Northumberland Co, Ont, CAN.
3. Elizabeth PURDY was born ABT. 1799 in New York, and died 24 SEP 1886 in Haldimand Twp, Northumberland Co,
Ont, CAN. She was buried in Bowmanton Cemetery, Northumberland Co, Ont, CAN. She was the daughter of 6. Daniel
PURDY and 7. Polly ?.
Children of Elizabeth PURDY and Philomen FERGUSON are:
i. Maria FERGUSON was born ABT. 1827. She married Stephen SMITH 4 SEP 1849. He was born ABT. 1820.
ii. Belinda FERGUSON was born 4 MAY 1829 in Canada, and died 2 NOV 1898 in Osakis, Douglas Co., MN. She
married Jacob BOWMAN 17 APR 1856 in Haldimand Twp, Northumberland Co, Ontario, CAN. He was born 4 DEC
1834 in Canada, and died 19 JUL 1909 in Osakis, Douglas Co., MN.
iii. Farrington FERGUSON was born 22 JUN 1831, and died 1920. He married Jane JOHNSTON. She was born 22