Names of the gentlemen returned by the judges of assizes to serve
the office of high sheriff for the ensuing year: -
Donegal. - John FERGUSON, Esq., of Castle Forward,
Londonderry; the Earl of Mount Charles, the Hall, Donegal; William WRAY, Esq.,
of Oak Park, Letterkenny.
3 June 1845, Armagh Guardian - posted to
NIR-DOWN-L@rootsweb.com by Alison Causton, 06 Oct 2002
Ulster Society For Promoting The Education Of The Deaf And Dumb,
And The Blind . At an election for the admission of pupils into the above
institution, held on Wednesday last, the following were declared the successful
deaf and dumb, and blind candidates:
Martha Ferguson, Ballynascreen, Derry
Ballina Chronicle, January 2, 1850
HIGH SHERIFFS 1850-1851 (From Thom's Almanac for 1850)
Donegal-John Fergusen, Esq. of Castle Forward,
Coleraine Chronicle as published by the Coleraine Branch of
the North of Ireland Family History Society (contributed by Stanley Nesbitt)
15 Aug 1857 At Maghera, July 27, the wife of Mr. W.J.
Ferguson of a daughter.
21 Nov 1857 At Heath Hall, Cahore, the wife of Hugh Ferguson
Esq. of a daughter.
16 Jun 1860 At Ashgrove, Cahore, Draperstown, June 5, the
wife of George Ferguson Esq. of a daughter.
12 Jan 1867 At the Farmer's Inn, Killowen St. Coleraine, on
the 30th ult the wife of Mr James Ferguson, of a daughter.
13 Feb 1864 At Killowen, Coleraine on the 8th inst Agnes,
wife of Mr James FERGUSON, aged 36 years.
21st Nov 1863 At Crunagh, Ballyrashane, on the 17th inst.
Ellen Jane, only child of the late Mr John FERGUSON, aged 14 years.
18 Jan 1868 At his residence, Pump Street, Londonderry, on
the 15th inst. Robert FERGUSON, builder, aged 70 years.
5 Sept 1868 At Coleraine, on the 25th ult. Mr Robert
FERGUSON, of Derry, aged 42 years.
30 Mar 1867 At Ipswich, Queensland, on the 24th December
last, William FERGUSON, formerly of Newtownlimavady, County of Londonderry,
aged 60 years.
3 Mar 1849 On the 27th ult in the Parish Church,
Newtownlimavady, by the Rev. Thomas OLGHERT, Mr Joseph MILLER, Edenmore, to
Elizabeth, fourth daughter of Mr John FERGUSON, Kennaught near Newtownlimavady.
15 Dec 1849 On the 4th inst at the Presbyterian Church,
Magherafelt, by the Rev. James WILSON, Mr W. FERGUSON, Ardtrea, to Margaret,
eldest daughter of William HENRY, Esq. Desertmartin.
22 May 1852 At Newtownlimavady, on Thursday last, 13th inst
by the Rev. George STEEN, Mr. Matthew FERGUSON, Sheephill House, Ballykelly, to
Miss IRWIN, Drummond, Newtownlimavady.
6 Sep 1856 At Great James Street Presbyterian Church, Derry,
on the 1st inst by the Rev. Dr. DENHAM, Mr. Robert FERGUSON, Newtownlimavady,
to Sarah, third daughter of Mr William JOHNSTON, Derry.
28 Nov 1857 At Draperstown Presbyterian Church, on the 24th
inst by the Rev. Samuel Smyth, Presbyterian Minister, George FERGUSON Esq.
Ashgrove, Cahore, to Margaret, eldest daughter of the late Robert ROBINSON Esq.
Ivy Lodge, Cahore.
17 Apr 1858 At Newtownlimavady April 15 by the Rev. G. STEEN,
Mr. Joseph FERGUSON, merchant, Newtownlimavady to Jane, only daughter of John
FITZPATRICK Esq. Moyroe.
18 Aug 1860 At Scriggan Presbyterian Church, August 21, by
the Rev. A. Magill, Mr Samuel FERGUSON of Oville, to Miss Rebecca Jane
THOMPSON, fourth daughter of Mr James THOMPSON, Derrynaflaw, Dungiven.
11 Jan 1862 At St. John's Church, Moneymore, on the 2nd inst
by the Rev. J.P. HEWITT, Frank M. McCULLOUGH Esq. Creevy House, County Down, to
Margaret FERGUSON, youngest daughter of the late Alexander EWING Esq.
Cincinnati, Ohio, and granddaughter of the late Robert GIBSON Esq. Moneymore
11 Apr 1863 At the Chapel of the Woods, Ballyronan, on the
7th inst by the Rev. G.S. GREER, Mr. Samuel TAYLOR, Salterstown, to Catherine,
third daughter of Mr William FERGUSON, Ballynagarve.
25 Jun 1864 At the Presbyterian Church, Crossgar, on the 21st
inst by the Rev. J. MacDONNELL, Mr James FERGUSON, Killowen, Coleraine, to
Sarah, daughter of Mr. William MOORE, Adverness.
The Irish Canadian
January 12, 1870, Dominick Ferguson
August 3, 1870, John Guy Ferguson
September 2, 1874, James Ferguson,
1796 Nov 1, John Fergufon, Wm. Fergufon, Ben Fergufon - amongst
the residents of the town and vicinity of Nn-Lamavady (Newtownlimavady) signing
a declaration to help preserve the peace.
1796 Nov 8 - On Wednefday laft Andrew Fergufon was elected to be
1797 Jan 31 - At a meeting of the London-Derry Troop held at
Neilson's Hotel, Lieut. FERGUSON in the chair.....resolution signed by And.
1797 Feb 7 - On Thursday last Andrew FERGUSON was sworn in to be
1797 Jul 4 - Mayor Andrew FERGUSON offers reward for information
leading to convivtion of persons stealing flags from the city walls.
1797 Jul 18 - murder of a member of the Nn-Lamavady Yeomen named
FERGUSON by his brother in law.
1797 Nov 14 - Proclamation by Mayor Andrew FERGUSON concerning
exchange rate for Spanish Silver Dollars in the city of Londonderry.
Derry Journal, Londonderry Standard & Londonderry Sentinel
June 12 1863 - June 10, at the residence of his brother in law,
MR JOHN FERGUSON, London Street, in this City [Londonderry], WILLIAM JAMES,
eldest son of MR SAMUEL SULLIVAN, Main Street, Strabane. His remains will be
removed for interment, on Friday evening, at half-past six o'clock in the new
Morris, H.F. "Births, Marriages & Deaths in Ramsey's Waterford
Chronicle, 1771" The Irish Genealogist, vol. 5, No. 6 1979 p.
No. 1946, Fri Dec 1787 - Tues 1 Jan 1788,
Dublin 29 Dec
Deaths. In Londonderry, Miss Jane Ferguson only daughter of
John Ferguson, esq.
DIED 1824 Jul 4: On the 20th inst, at the residence of his mother
the Lady Ferguson, near Londonderry, Hervey Ferguson, Esq.
FERGUSON -- Sept. 2, at Creggan Street, Londonderry, Dominick
Ferguson, aged 45 years.