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Re: Bedell-From Ga to Macon Co Al
Posted by: Tina Beller (ID *****9353) Date: March 17, 2008 at 16:01:05
In Reply to: Re: Bedell-From Ga to Macon Co Al by Gerry Hill of 292

My husbands maternal line is Bedell. I stopped at ABSOLOM BEDELL as I didn't feel our family info was verified enough to really know the line further back from him but here is what I have :

ABSALOM BEDELL born 1730 in New Providence New Jersey md. unknown spouse and had David Bedell b. 1761; Euphemia b. 1763 and Daniel McFarran Bedell b. 1766. I believe there may be more than one Absalom Bedell so this might not be the same line.

By the way, my DNA 67 marker test on our William L. Rogers lines ( son of James Jr. b. abt. 1746 Anson Co. NC and Jr. is son of James Sr. b. bet. 1700-1720 ) turned out to be the closest match with the JOHN ROGERS b. 1617 England to Jamestown VA who is father to WILLIAM ROGERS who md. ELIZABETH CARTWRIGHT and their lines were in Chatham Co. NC.

We are in a DNA group of matching ROGERS who correspond often to keep up with the other DNA matches to us. So far none of us can figure out how we attach to the line of JOHN ROGERS b. 1617 who arrived in Jamestown in 1635 on ship George with his brother Thomas Rogers. It may be their fahter was an EDWARD ROGERS whom some have listed being from Somerset England to Jamestown VA in 1620. So far I haven't seen anyone verify enough on Edward Rogers to really know if he is father or grandfather to John and Thomas Rogers. Didn't you think at one time that this might be your ROGERS line too ?


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