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Genealogy and History of the Family ROGERS

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13 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Ezekiel Rogers (1764-1811) : a soldier of the Revolution and his descendants Chicago, Ill.: Captain John Whistler Chapter D.A.R., Leppert, Ruth Patton, 178  pgs. 
                 
2.  The Rogers-Turfler family : a search for ancestors Bradley Beach, N.J.: C.W. Smith Press, Williams, I. Newton, 121  pgs. 
                 
3.  Rogers: some of the descendants of Giles Rogers, an immigrant to Virginia in 1664, including descendants of William Rogers of Kentucky, who married Ann Johnson : Joseph Hale Rogers of Bryan's Station, Kentucky : Giles Rogers, who married Sarah Iverson Lewis : and his daughter Frances, who married Samuel Twyman : George Rogers, who married Frances Holmes Pollard : Ann Rogers, who married John Clark (the parents of George Rogers Clark) : their son, Governor William Clark of Missouri, and their daughter Elizabeth Clark, who married Lt. Col. Richard Clough Anderson : Byrd Rogers, who married, first, Mary and, second, Martha Trice and Rachel Rogers, the second wife of Donald Robertson including the family names of Barksdale, Croghan, Gatewood, George, Gwathmey, O'Fallon, Temple, Thruston, Tyler, Underwood, etc. Louisville, Ky.:  Rogers, Hopewell L., 128  pgs. 
                 
4.  Genealogical memoir of the family of Rev. Nathaniel Rogers : of Ipswich, Essex Co., Mass., who came from Old to New England, A.D., 1636, son of Rev. John Rogers, of Dedham, Essex, Old England, who was a grandson of Rev. John Rogers, Prebendary of St. Paul's, Vicar of St. Sepulchre, the Proto-Martyr in Queen Mary's reign, abt 1851, 48  pgs. 
                 
5.  The two James Rogers : James Rogers of Londonderry and James Rogers of Dunbarton : a genealogical research Manchester, N.H.: Drummond, Josiah H., 1902, 15  pgs. 
                 
6.  Rogers genealogy : Charles Thomas Rogers and descendants Santa Rosa, Calif.: Rogers, Lewis G., 15  pgs. 
                 
7.  Lineage of the Rogers family, England : embracing John Rogers the martyr, emigrant descendants to America and issue New York: Press of W.E. Rudge, abt1911, Underwood, John Cox 50  pgs. 
                 
8.  The ancestors and descendants of Dr. David Rogers, De Beixedon, Edward Francis Frémaux, 136  pgs. 
                 
9.  John Rogers of Marshfield and some of his descendants West Hanover, Mass.: R.B. Ellis, 1898, Drummond, Josiah H 192  pgs. 
                 
10.  John Rogers : the compiler of the first authorised English Bible, the pioneer of the English Reformation, and its first martyr : embracing a genealogical account of his family, biographical sketches of some of his principal descendants, his own writings. London: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1861, Chester, Joseph Lemuel, 468  pgs. 
                 
11.  The John Rogers families in Plymouth and vicinity Portland, Me.: Drummond, Josiah H. 1895, 26  pgs. 
                 
12.  The Rogers family of Georgetown, Drummond, Josiah H., abt1897, 37  pgs. 
                 
13.  Genealogy of Rogers of Dowdeswell, in the county of Gloucester, : Priv. print., 1869, 11  pgs. 

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