The Ferguson/Pincombe Family of Casnovia and Onaway, Michigan

The following information and photos courtesy of David D. and Linda Dankert

                                                       ddave65 "at" chartermi.net

Perry Ferguson was born in New York and married Martha Barry 3 July 1866. They lived in Casnovia, Michigan, which is in Muskegon County.  This couple had daughters; Hilda Ferguson married Richard Pincombe, Ester (nicknamed Rita) Ferguson born 1872 married Rand Collins, Edythe Ferguson married Charles Henry Pincombe, Libbie Ferguson born 1875.  Perry and Martha Ferguson also had two sons.

Charles and Edythe Pincombe lived in Onaway, Michigan and had a daughter Dorothy Pincombe who was born 5 March 1917. Later they are found on the 1930 census living in Gratiot County, St. Louis, Michigan.

Dorothy Pincombe married 1st Dankert and 2nd to Lee Dolloff.

There were three Pincombe boys; Charles, Arthur, and Richard Pincombe.

Richard Pincombe married Hilda Ferguson and lived in Onaway, Michigan

Arthur Pincombe married Sarah and lived in Saginaw on 1930 Census.

Photos and data courtesy:  David Dankert, 417 Washington Avenue, Alma, Michigan 48801

(Below) Postcard to Miss Edythe Ferguson
with Tower, Michigan postmark.

Charles Ferguson and Martha Barry 3 July 1866.

Edythe Ferguson Pincombe   

Charles Henry Pincombe 

Arthur Pincombe 

Martha Barry Ferguson and sister, name unknown.

(Below) Edythe Ferguson Pincombe

(Below) Libbie and Rita Ferguson-1885

(Below) Hilda Ferguson, Martha Barry Ferguson, Rand Collins
Edythe Ferguson Pincombe, Ester "Rita" Ferguson

(Below) We believe this is Martha Barry Ferguson, Perry's Ferguson's wife.

(Below) Forest Lumber Company's new mill - Tower, Michigan.

(Below) Postcard of Log Float with Richard Pincombe-1908

(Below) back of Log Float Postcard-1908

(Below) Men on a Log Pile-Onaway, Michigan 1911

(Below) Deer Hunters-Onaway Michigan 1912.

(Below)  Three Hours Hunt (cottontails?) near Black Lake, Michigan

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