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Manie Payne Ferguson

(1850 1932)


Manie Payne Ferguson (1850 8 June 1932) was a pioneer leader in the American Holiness Movement, a Christian evangelist and social worker who co-founded the Peniel Mission, and the author of several hymns, most notably "Blessed Quietness".

Ferguson was born Manie Payne in 1850 in the town of Carlow in County Carlow,  On 7 June, 1883, she married Theodore Pollock Ferguson (born January 10, 1853 in Mansfield, Ohio in Richland County, Ohio; died July 12, 1920 in Los Angeles), a former minister in the United Presbyterian Church.

Ferguson, along with her husband, Theodore, founded the Los Angeles Mission on November 11, 1886.


Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manie_Payne_Ferguson

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2001 County Carlow Irish Genealogy Project. IGP

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