John Habermehl is my earliest record, his children are Margaret, John Lewis/Ludwig, Frederick, John Christian, and Elizabeth. Some of his childrens' descendant charts are below:
John Habermehl/Hovermale married Mar. Magdl. in Germany, where both were born in the early 1700s. No proof of their arrival in America is not known at this time. They were here in 1785 and lived in Sharpsburg, Maryland, in 1790, bought land from William Lemmon in 1798 or 1799, as he paid taxes on the land in 1799. This land is in the southern part of what then was Berkeley Co., Virginia, now Morgan Co., West Virginia. John and Mar. Magdl. died on this land. Mar. Magdl. apparently died sometime prior to John since her name does not appear in his will. John died between 13 Dec. 1815, date of will, and 11 Mar. 1816, when his will was probated. John and Mar. Magdl. were industrious and resourceful. He kept records, as shown by the inventory of his estate. Reprinted from Descendents of Johann Christian Habermehl by Kathern Allemong and Sylvia Clark, 1993.
My paternal grandmother was a Ferguson, the information here is very incomplete. My earliest record is Noah, son Eli m. Custer, son Noah B. Ferguson:
Noah B.'s son, Allie, first to come to Montgomery Co., Ohio to farm, living with Robert Dillon, Lutheran Church road. Dillon family came from Roanoke, Virginia. Allie married in Montgomery Co., later William (Noah's son) came also to farm, living with Mary Weaver, Havermale road. Married in Montgomery Co., to Martha Catherine Smith, niece of Mary Smith Weaver. Bertha and Pearl (Noah's daughters) lived in Indiana their adult lives. Above information provided by Inez Ferguson Hawvermale.