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Re: Rogers, mid 1800's, PEI
Posted by: Cheryl Crowell Date: July 31, 2001 at 08:02:49
In Reply to: Re: Rogers, mid 1800's, PEI by Wilson Compton of 1052

Hello!
Thank you for responding to my Rogers query on genforum,any help is DEEPLY appreciated! I have stopped with my WIlliam James, born 1842, son of James and Elizabeth.
There is a large family of Rogers that originated in Wales and went to PEI, I could never fit my line in there. This is the first that I have heard of a William Rogers on the Island being from Ireland. I will look at what I can here and will come back to you. I am from the Boston, Massachusetts area. You haven't any idea where on the Island these were from, would you? Where did you get the information on William and his family?
Kindest regards, Cheryl


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