Following the Battle of Culloden, Fergus continues to live at Lallybroch, and Jenny Murray tutors him with the rest of her children. He sometimes brings food to Jamie, who lives in a cave near the estate.
Fergus apparently knows Claire is a time traveler in Outlander. Diana Gabaldon mentions now and then on social media that Fergus knows Claire is a time traveler. This is something that happens off-book in the series. Fergus and Marsali have both learned the truth, which is important for later books.
In the books, he does remain part of the story. We check in with him and his family now and then, first in New Bern and then in other parts of the country they head to. This is how things could play out in the show. In the books, Fergus has to leave New Bern for Philadelphia.
For now, though, it appears both Fergus and Marsali aren't time travellers with actors Lyle and Domboy addressing this in an Instagram live Q&A from earlier this year.
In the fifth episode, she decided it was best to move her family to New Bern for a fresh start and to keep Fergus far from its negativity. After hearing about a vacant print shop, Fergus decided to occupy it meaning the family will likely stay in New Bern for the foreseeable future.
We learn that Fergus (Romann Berrux) is not getting drunk and beating Marsali.
Henri-Christian is born as the fourth child of Fergus and Marsali. He is a dwarf and some of the residents of Fraser's Ridge believe he is a punishment for his parents' sins. Henri-Christian is placed in a basket and put into a stream by some boys. Roger saves him and baptized him.
Well, Fergus is believed to be the son of the comte and Amelie Beauchamp.
In early 1779, pregnant Marsali, Fergus and their daughters Joan and Félicité settle in Wilmington. Their eldest son, Germain, returns to Fraser's Ridge with his grandparents, Jamie and Claire, as Fergus and Marsali think that it is dangerous for a boy Germain's age to live in a large city in time of war.
Some think Jamie's spirit (but not his body) traveled to through time to guide Claire to him; others suggest Jamie had a near-death experience after the Battle of Culloden, and that's why his ghost is 25 when he appears to Frank.
He accompanies the Frasers back to Scotland after Jamie is released from the Bastille, and after living with them briefly at Lallybroch, he is brought along when Jamie joins the Highland army and Claire accompanies him as a medic.
Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) was able to save him just in time. He was able to talk Fergus around and told him not to blame himself for the family's misfortunes. Fans will be pleased to hear Fergus survives through to Diana Gabaldon's novels.
After the drama of the shorter series six, which was scaled back in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, many viewers are searching elsewhere for their fix of Scottish history. And it has fans wondering why producers replaced the original Fergus actor Romann Berrux, writes the Express.
William loses both his mother Geneva, who dies during childbirth, and his supposed father the Earl (killed by Jamie), shortly after his birth, from there he ends up in the care of Jamie's friend and close confidant Lord John Gray - who had married Geneva's sister Isobel.
Jamie has a son named William Ransom with Geneva Dunsany, who died during William's birth. Jamie also has two stepdaughters, Marsali MacKimmie Fraser and Joan MacKimmie, from his marriage to his second wife, Laoghaire MacKenzie.
Despite everything he is currently going through, he was there when she needed him the most. Marsali did survive childbirth. The baby also survived.
As if he hadn't committed enough evil acts already, it was revealed in the season 2 episode "Faith" that Black Jack Randall had raped Fergus (which was the reason why Jamie had challenged him to a duel for a second time).
Fans will be pleased to hear that Marsali is still alive in the world of Outlander. She appears in Gabaldon's latest novel titled Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone. At the end of the last book, Marsali is pregnant with her fifth child.
Fergus is 17 years older than Ian and 15 years older than Marsali.
The simple answer is no. Claire and Jamie don't have any more children after Brianna. Claire heads through the stones while pregnant with Brianna at the end of the second season/book. She spends 20 years in the 20th century, and she and Frank don't have any children together.
Claire tells the entire family her true identity of being a time-traveller from the future, but Jenny still views her as a 'witch' or 'faery-woman'. Later in the hen coop Jenny confronts Claire and begs her to cure Ian's illness and prevent him from dying, believing her to have the power to do so.
Throughout her journey of love and war, she met Marsali Fraser (Lauren Lyle), who according to the actress may be splitting from her husband Fergus Fraser (César Domboy) in the upcoming season six.
Surprise! Jamie also has two step-daughters, Marsali MacKimmie Fraser and Joan MacKimmie. They became his step-daughters when he married their mother, Laoghaire MacKenzie. If that name sounds familiar, it's because Laoghaire is the same woman who orchestrates Claire being put on trial for witchcraft.
The killer is in fact Malva's brother, Allan Christie (Alexander Vlahos). He is also the father of her baby, having raped and abused Malva since she was a child. Malva had decided to tell the truth, which is why Allan killed her.