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Our Snell / Fergeson family tree

compiled by Johnnie Lea Moffitt
Books/Monographs
English
Arlington, Texas : J.L. Moffitt, 1988
iv, 490 leaves : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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"Selected bibliography:" leaves 460-463; also includes bibliographic references as well as many photocopies of documents (interspersed throughout).

Includes indexes (of full names, of pictures, of documents).

Includes Ayres, Bondurant, Heck, Littlejohn, White and related families.

Henry Schnell/Snell Sr. (d.1763) and family immigrated in 1735 from Germany to Orangeburg Township, South Carolina. Joseph Ryal Fergeson (1795-1871), the oldest Fergeson ancestor traced, was born in Virginia and served in the War of 1812. He married Jane Ayres in 1822 in Buckingham County, Virginia, and they moved to Havana, Yell County, Arkansas. Direct descendants Pleasant Simmie Snell (1884- 1969) married Willie Ophelia Belle Fergeson (1888-1959) in 1910 in Portales, Roosevelt County, New Mexico. Snell and Fergeson descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, South Carolina, Arkansas, Texas, New Mexico, California and elsewhere.

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