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Fergus, Loos, Snyder histories : photocopies of original publications by other authors

Adele Fergus-O'Brien
Fergus-O'Brien, Adele (Added Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
[S.l.] : A. Fergus-O'Brien, 1945, 1959, 1964
[125], [17], 28 leaves : ill., facsims., ports.

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Donor: Gift of Adele Fergus-O'Brien, 1987.

Includes bibliographic references.

Includes Snyder, Loos, Ditty, Patton, Haywoood, Shaffer and other related families.

Francis Fergus (1752-1841) was born in Tyronne Co., Ireland. He and four brothers came to America shortly before the Revolutionary War and settled near Philadelphia. Francis married Mary McCormick and then they moved to Rockbridge and Pulaski Counties in Virginia. Later, he went to White Co., Tennessee where he is buried. They were parents to nine children.

Johann Martin Loos (1835-1914) was the son of Johann Martin Loos, Sr. and (1) Maria Christine Riemenschneider in 1814 and (2) Philippine Becker, the daughter of Valentin Becker of Alsheim and Katherine Balsheuser of Guntersblum, near Oppenheim in Rhein-Hessen, Germany. They emigrated to America in 1844 and settled in Polk Twp., Washington Co., Wisconsin. Johann Jr. married (1) Julianne Laubenstein (1839-1869) in 1860. She was the daughter of Georg Laubenstein and Margaretha Albrecht. He married (2) Mathilda Selbenheim (1847-1899) of Neuenhagen, Germany. He was the father of seven children. Johann was a descendant of Velten Loos (1535-1586) of Guntersblum, near Oppenheim in Rhein-Hessen.

Casper Snyder (1799-1840) was born at Coburg, Germany. He married Margaretha Welsh in 1818 in Saxony, Germany. They emigrated to America in 1836 and first settled at Akron, Ohio. Later, they moved in 1839 to Milwaukee Co., in the Territory of Wisconsin. His wife was left a widow shortly after. They were the parents of eight children. Several generations of ancestors and descendants are given.

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