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Hiram FERRIER of indiana co. and Celarfield co.PA

Hiram FERRIER of indiana co. and Celarfield co.PA

Posted: 19 Nov 1999 8:44PM GMT
Edited: 26 Jul 2001 2:48AM GMT
We are searching for any information on Hiram Ferrier born abt 1831 in PA. We think his parents were Thomas FERRIER and Mary SNAILS but er are not sure. We Believe he had brothers; William, and Thomas, Possibly James and John. Thank You for your interest. Beverley Hogan. Please reply to GramieSnooks@ AOL.com.

Ferrier Family Research

Martin Ferrier (View posts)
Posted: 11 Jun 2000 7:37AM GMT
I have been researching the name Ferrier/Farrier/Ferrar variations for the last 30 years and have a large database of about 226,000 ferriers. I am more than willing to share information and see what we can fit together.

My own branch of Ferrier started out life as Ferrar in Aberdeen in Scotland about 1700.

As far as I can figure it the majority (about 80%) of the Ferriers come
from an area of Scotland called Angus. They got the name Ferrier because they
ferried people across rivers. There were definately parts of that source
which moved locally to Edinburgh and Aberdeen. Another source was Normandy
in France where early on a de-Ferriere/de-Ferrar came over to England with William
the conqueror. This family later changed their name to deFerrer and there
are several towns in england with the part of their name being De Ferrer.
There is a branch of that Family it is believed, (although never definitively traced) in the Norfolk area of England. There are also significant pockets of the name which came from France, Ireland, Portugal, and Italy. Naturally there are many corruptions of the name and one which is poularly quoted is a corruption of Farrier
a person who shoes horses. Several Ferriers emigrated to the US, Canada, and Australia. There are many in Australia mainly from Scottish descent. There are several in Ontario who come also from Scotland. There was a large family in the Orange county area of NY which came from an Irish Ferrier.
There is also a large family around Mifflin County Pennysylvania who, came from Scotland. I know that some of the Ontario Ferriers came via the US and also went back to the US and I believe that some of those were, from Missouri but have never found anyone, who had much information about them.

I have a lot of fragmented information on US Ferriers from Census records, death records telephone records. Where I can trace someone back to england/wales or scotland I have a lot of information on birth/death/marriage census information.

My own antecedents come from Aberdeen in Scotland, then to London via the north of england, following the docks. They have been in London area since about 1850. I am trying to trace other parts of the Ferrier family to
eliminate irrelevant branches of the family.

regards
Martin Ferrier
martinlf@ntlworld.com

Ferrier, Farrier of AR., MO., TN.

Posted: 12 Jul 2000 1:54AM GMT
Edited: 23 Jul 2001 12:39PM GMT
My great grandmother was Celia Ann Farrier b.26Aug. 1879 Sharp CO. AR. Her Father was William Farrier b. Feb.1822 IZ. CO. AR. d. 20 March 1903 IZ. CO. AR. Father of Willian, I believe is Thomas Ferrier, b. TN. since he is the only Ferrier listed in 1830 State Census, listed him in IZ. CO. 1850 Census both were living in Marion CO. AR. All Counties are in Northern AR. Thomas Ferrier was kin to the Ferriers of Calaway CO. MO., but I don't know the connecting All of them came from Summer CO. TN. Any help would be greatly appreicated . Thanks, Geraldine

ferrier family history

Posted: 16 Jul 2000 12:44PM GMT
Edited: 11 Oct 2001 4:42PM GMT
I don't know if this will fit but the dates places are close. my great-great grandfather
john thomson ferrier,b. 1810 in tn. great grandfather, charles o ferrier,b. 1853 in mo.
grandfather, lawrence ferrier,b. 1899 in mo.
I have more info. email, gferrier@aol.com

Re: Hiram FERRIER of indiana co. and Celarfield co.PA

Lindsay King (View posts)
Posted: 4 Aug 2001 5:14PM GMT
Surnames: Ferrier, Hirst
I believe that I have part of your line. My records show a Hiram Ferrier (b. 1830 d.1913). He married a Sophia Fridley and had six children one of which was Jacob my gggrandfather. We know that Hiram had a father Thomas but are not positive of anything past that. Your help would be greatfully appreciated. Thank you!

Re: Ferrier, Farrier of AR., MO., TN.

Posted: 16 Jan 2002 12:19AM GMT
Classification: Query
My ggrandmother was Malinda Jane Farrier, married to Jabez Gist. I believe they lived in Independence Co., Arkansas. Malinda was his second wife. They had 6 children. One of them, William Thomas, was my grandfather. I have no information on Malinda Jane. Can you help me?

Re: Ferrier Family Research

Posted: 1 Mar 2002 11:08PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am researching family of Margaret Ferrier Arbroath Angus - d/o David Ferrier and Barbara Gray..

Heather

Re: Ferrier Family Research

Posted: 26 Dec 2002 6:22PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Ferrar
I am researching my own family of Ferrars, who lived in London in the 19th C. Do you have any relevant information?
Incidentally, did you know that the word Ferrar exists in Catalan, meaning "To bind with iron"?
Yours sincerely, Roger Ferrar.

Re: Ferrier, Farrier of AR., MO., TN.

Posted: 8 Apr 2003 8:13PM GMT
Classification: Query
I have William Farrier married to Virgina Farrier. So far, 2 children listed are Sara Jane and John L. Sara Jane was born in Barren Fork, Izard, Arkansas in 1859. Are we related?

Re: Ferrier, Farrier of AR., MO., TN.

gary ferrier (View posts)
Posted: 7 Aug 2003 11:43PM GMT
Classification: Query
I have Malinda Jane Ferrier b. 1847 m. Jubus Gist b. 1824 Tn.

Gary
gferrier@aol.com
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