Last name: Ferguson
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i am from the Bahamas and i wanted to know were the last name Ferguson came from and it is very interesting for some one young like me
We're dose the spelling if Furgeson come from I can't find it anywhere, I've look and can't find anything?
We are all from the same,I have Norse blood too,only because we married Norse women when the Vikings started settling in scotland
this is so interesting iam still young and i have so much to learn abou my family ancestors i get my last name from my mom and my mom gets it from her dad and his name was charles wayne feguson but my moms mom(grandmother) last name originats from almost the same place both scotland and ireland so very cool :)
It is not accurate to say that all Fergusons are the same from each other. My DNA shows clearly that I am Norse and to date of the Fergusons tested 10 are from this group. It should be noted that at some stage all the families had Irish and/or Scottish connections.
this is amazing the James Ferguson still stand my husband name is Micheal James Ferguson.
Prince Damian Xavia Ferguson
All Ferguson's are the same & descend from each other & I am of Royal descent, as I Prince Damian Xavia Ferguson 1st, distant relation of FergusThe Prince of Galloway (Scotland) who died in 1161. This most interesting surname is of Old Gaelic origin, found in Ireland and Scotland, and is a patronymic form of "Fergus", from an Old Gaelic personal name "Fearghus", composed of the elements "fear", man, and "gus", vigour, force, with the patronymic ending "son
Ferguson crest has no boar heads. It has a bee on a thistle all proper. check the link: http://www.clanfergusonsociety.co.uk/ I beleive there was several fergus(s)on clans in the early days. Over time they have assembled under one banner
Dulcius ex Asperis means Sweeter after Difficulties. The crest has a bee on a thistle, three boar heads, and a buckle.
That's on the family crest, meaning "Sweetness from Adversity" or somesuch. The crest is a bee on a thistle.