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Selected Families and Individuals

Notes


William Fenner

A veteran of the American Revolution. Served as a soldier in North Carolina.


Sherrod McCall Fenner

Old Fenner Road
Surveyed about 1830 by John, Richard, and Sherod, sons of William Fenner. In 1837 Mt. Vernon Church built on road, which ran from junction of Cheneire Creek and Ouachita River west of Okaloosa over Indian trails.

In 1837 Mt. Vernon Church will be built on this road , which runs from junction of Cheneire Creek and Ouachita River west of Okaloosa over Indian trails.


Turner Peak Ferguson

Turner Peak Ferguson owned a plantation on the Ouachita River in Ouachita Parish near Monroe, and had several slaves. About four years after he died, his widow, Adeline, married his brother, Austin Peak Ferguson in 1846.


Adeline Lemarcus Fenner

After Austin died, Adeline had inherited two plantations and numerous slaves, estimated at 40 to 75, and was quite well off. She and a brother, Sherrod McCall Fenner, moved her family to central Texas and established another plantation. She married two more times


Austin Peak Ferguson

Austin married his brother's, Turner Peak Ferguson, widow.


Adeline Lemarcus Fenner

After Austin died, Adeline had inherited two plantations and numerous slaves, estimated at 40 to 75, and was quite well off. She and a brother, Sherrod McCall Fenner, moved her family to central Texas and established another plantation. She married two more times


Robert Windes Ferguson

At age 17, while a cavalry trooper was killed in the Battle of Mansfield, Louisiana.


Adeline Lemarcus Fenner

After Austin died, Adeline had inherited two plantations and numerous slaves, estimated at 40 to 75, and was quite well off. She and a brother, Sherrod McCall Fenner, moved her family to central Texas and established another plantation. She married two more times