John Fergus, 
Revolutionary War Soldier

JOHN FERGUS of Haywood County, North Carolina was born in 1752 Berks County, Pennsylvania, and was a Patriot Soldier and State Legislator in the "New Acquisition District", South Carolina during the American Revolution, a Justice of the Peace in Wilkes County, Georgia and Haywood County, North Carolina, and one of the founding fathers of Waynesville, North Carolina. He also lived in Monroe and Blount Counties, Tennessee, where he left his last will and testament. This is a fully referenced article on John and his family.
Index to Biographies And Documents
Primary Individual Associated Surnames
FERGUS, JOHN. A fully referenced article, John Fergus And Associated Families: Fergus, Melton, Battle, Welch & Stiles, including brothers James Fergus and William Fergus of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania and New Acquisition District, South Carolina.Battle, Cabe, Clunie, Groves, Melton, Stiles, Robinson, Welch
FERGUS, John : Last Will & Testament, Blount County, TennesseeWelch, Stiles
FERGUS, John : Revolutionary War Pension Application, Monroe County, TennesseeGhormley, Roddy, Russell, Siler, Welch
MELTON, Milly : Ahnentafel Chart of Mildred "Milly" Melton, wife of 1) David Alexander Welch and 2) John FergusBattle, Bell, Catron, Elbert, Farr, Fergus, Jones, Kebble, Lewis, Martin, Marshall, Melton, Pharr, Stiles, Welch, White
MELTON, Milly: Documents concerning widow's support from John Fergus' Revolutionary War PensionCrisp, Fergus, McGee, Melton, Sawyer, Siler, Welch 

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