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The case of Mr. John Ferguson, of Argyleshire in Scotland

who hath lived above eighteen years only on water, whey, or barley-water : together with observations thereon : wherein are laid down the possibility of the truth of the said case, attested to the Royal Society, on Thursday the 9th day of December 1742 : supported by cases of the like nature from authors, reasons why such slender diet hath been able so long to support life : with some curative intentions and remedies for this person recovering his pristine state of health

by Thomas Umfreville

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Published by Printed for W. Reason ... in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Thomas Umfreville ...
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRA784.U4 C3 1743
The Physical Object
Pagination[2], vi, 7-44 p. ;
Number of Pages44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24654052M

The book of the all-round angler: a comprehensive treatise on angling in both fresh and salt water / (London: L. Gill, []), by John Bickerdyke (page images at HathiTrust) Birch bark from the Adirondacks or, From city to trail [electronic resource] / ([New York]: Adirondack Railway Co., ), by Frank H. Taylor and Adirondack Railway. John mused aloud, once they were in a cab heading back to Baker street. It was a cool, damp afternoon and Sherlock was studying the passers-by with detached interest. He glanced over at John with a raised eyebrow, his fingers idly worrying at one of the buttons on his coat.

Is this your ancestor? Compare DNA and explore genealogy for Donald Ferguson born Comrie,, Perthshire, Scotland including ancestors + DNA connections + more in the free family tree community. He went over again into Scotland in , and having the command of a company of Argyleshire men, served with reputation under his Royal Highness, the Duke, against the rebels. He went back to America in , and not long after died of a broken heart.

  An inventory and appraisal of the estate of John Fergison was made 18 Aprill by John Haile, Henry Shackelford, and Bryant Edmondson. Returned by Anne her ce mark Fargison Exec on 17 September [Essex County, Virginia, Will Book 3, pages 48?] WILL Essex County Court, Will Book 5, pgs , Will of Ann Stubbleson Fargeson. 4. Alexander FERGUSON was born on 27 Mar in Denhead, Kirriemuir, Forfarshire, Scotland and died young.. 5. John FERGUSON was born on 22 Jun in Kirriemuir, Forfarshire Scotland and died on 3 Sep in Beulah Park S.A. at age General Notes: John was educated in Scotland and on leaving school followed agricultural pursuits. Arrived in South Australia on the 'British Lion' in


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The case of Mr. John Ferguson, of Argyleshire in Scotland by Thomas Umfreville Download PDF EPUB FB2

The case of Mr. John Ferguson: of Argyleshire in Scotland, who Hath lived above Eighteen Years only on Water, Whey, or Barley-Water ; together With Observations thereon: Wherein are laid down The Possibility of the Truth of the said case, attested to the Royal Society, on Thursday the 9th Day of December The case of Mr.

John Ferguson, of Argyleshire in Scotland, who hath lived above eighteen years only on water, whey, or barley-water ; together with observations thereon: By Thomas Umfreville, M.D.

Full text of "The Ferguson family in Scotland and America" See other formats. The place The case of Mr. John Ferguson origin of the Clan Lamont (Lamond) was probably Co. Argyllshire, Scotland. The name itself comes from the Norse "lagamadr" The case of Mr. John Ferguson lawman or lawyer. The Gaelic name was Macerchar, q.v.

and the Lamont name itself might have come from the fact that their Chief had judicial powers. John Ferguson (–), was a Scottish businessman and philanthropist. He was the founder of the Ferguson Bequest Fund. Ferguson was born at Irvine, Ayrshire, 28 February His father, William Ferguson, was a shipmaster of that port, and his mother, Mary, was the only daughter of John Service of Holms of Caaf, a small property near Dalry, Ayrshire.

*Mary wife of Robert Ferguson, Sr. married about Scotland (end of information) children: *Robert Ferguson, Jr. born Scotland died Long Sr, North Carolina Andrew born circa Scotland spouse (2nd) Sarah Sims born Pennsylvania died 7 June Lincoln County, North Carolina married children (from 2nd marriage): John.

Kilkerran Graves Book Index Condition of Cemetery Please be patient, this is a large file and will take some time before it shows. Go to the SURNAME SEARCH page. Adam Ferguson () from Logierait is regarded as the "father of sociology" and Sir Charles Ferguson was Governor of New Zealand from His son, Brigadier Sir Bernard Ferguson, was also Governor General of New Zealand, from The Fergusson motto is "Dulcius ex asperis" - literaly, "Sweeter after difficulties".

Lookup searches – Access records in Scottish archives for ancestors in this parish (e.g. Kirk Session Records). Available from £1 a name a year. Poor Law appeals – Indexed Poor Law appeals with the option to order images of records.

Asylum records – Index to the General Register of Lunatics in Asylums. School records – Index to School Leaving Certificate Examination results. Full text of "Records of Argyll; legends traditions, and recollections of Argyllshire Highlanders, collected chiefly from the Gaelic, with notes on the antiquity of the dress, clan colours, or tartans, of the Highlanders" See other formats.

People Connected with Addresses, Places or Other People in Scotland: D-F Important Note: For further advice about this List, please see the List Advice Page TO MAXIMISE EASY USE OF THIS DATASET PLEASE USE THE SEARCH ENGINE PROVIDED.

Search in statutory registers for death of a Mr. McCartney, parents John & Jane Boyd. McCASKILL 10 pages Search in many old records pertaining to Scotland - mainly negative.

McCAUL AYR C 4 pages Dealing with the ancestry of Gilbert McCaul. Extract from IGI. McCAW IRL 2 pages. JOHN STEWART OF MOUNT STEWART By Tom Woodman Stewart John Stewart, the second son of Chief Justice Peter Stewart, was born in in Campbelton, Kintyre, Argyleshire, Scotland and died at age 76 on J at Mount Stewart, PEI.

He is one of my third great grandfathers. Wife Hannah. John’s first wife was Hannah Turner (my father, H.R. Stewart and his. William Wallace: Guardian of Scotland Hardcover – by James Fergusson (Author) See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ $ Paperback "Please retry" — $ $ Unknown Binding Author: James Fergusson.

Howard L. MURCHISON of Spring Lake, born works for Walmart as a district manager. Murchison is descended on his father's side from Isac Murchison, and on his mother's side from Levy King.

In the early s, Mr. Murchison's ancestors on both the Murchison and King sides were slaves on Kenneth McKenzie Murchison. 22 May Barny Ferguson tent.

in Brea & Henrietta Fraser – Henrietta 6 Mar Barry Ferguson Brea & Heny Fraser – John. I also have seen church records where he is named Barrie, Barnabas and Barandine. We have an early story regarding Barrington Ferguson, from tales about the famous minister of Resolis, Hector McPhail (–).

These works were established inby Mr. Bailey, the present proprietor having acquired them in Mr. McDonald was born in Argyleshire, Scotland, inand arrived in Wellington with his parents inby the ship “Blenheim.” As soon as he was old enough he became a cadet on a station.

Volume 1 of The Register of the Great Seal of Scotland, A.D. [], John Maitland Thomson Authors Scotland, Sir James Balfour Paul, John Horne Stevenson, William Kirk Dickson. Re: Fergusons of Lairg/Clyne early s «Reply #2 on: Monday 18 December 06 GMT (UK)» From the Census, this is the closest matching entry for John Ferguson.

James Ferguson (RIN: ).He married Jean Fleming Aug in Cumbernauld,Dunbarton,Scotland. Jean Fleming (RIN: ). The destruction of Scottish agriculture: a statement of facts respecting the present position of agriculture in Scotland, especially in East Lothian, with some particulars of the case of Mr.

James M. Russell, and an appeal to the farmers, the Christian ministers, the politicians, the journalists, and the general public of Scotland, in relation.He was born at Colonsay, Argyleshire, Scotland.

Malcolm did not come to North America. He died in Scotland. Mary died in Canada. Mary was a daughter of Duncan and Bell (CURIE) McMILLAN. The family is listed in the and censuses of Riskbuie on Colonsay.

S* John BLUE (b), m Ann CAMPBELL (). Mr. McDonald was born in Argyleshire, Scotland, inand arrived in Wellington with his parents inby the ship “Blenheim.” As soon as he was old enough he became a cadet on a station.

Having qualified as a manager, Mr. McDonald was in charge of Horsley Downs estate for about eighteen years, and settled at Waikuku in