JAS. ROGERS, SR. is my 5th G. Grandfather listed below on the 1779 Montgomery Co. NC Voters list, and JAS. ROGERS may be his son JAMES ROGERS, JR. of same county in 1779. But who are the NATHL. ROGERS and ISOM ROGERS also listed ?
Our JAMES ROGERS, Sr. line has been DNA Tested and we have some of the test results now, but the remainder of the 67 markers will not be in until Nov. 23 or later. It now apppears we have several ROGERS groups who do match us in some markers, and we are in process of sorting out our different genealogies, as some are in NC/ SC / GA / TX/ and others states. So far the one remaining match to us all seems to be JOHN ROGERS b. 1617 ENGLAND who married MARY ATKINS and came into JAMESTOWN VA in about 1635 with his brother THOMAS ROGERS. JOHN ROGERS later lived in SURRY CO. VA and the records verify his line but so far we don't see how our JAMES ROGERS, Sr. line fits into this family. It is not our closet DNA match but our EXACT MATCHES all had the same match with this John Rogers and Mary Atkins group and are as much in the dark as we are as to how we might be interrelated, even if distantly.
Any help appreciated and our exact matches were :
EDMUND ROGERS b. 1809 SC
WILLIAM JACKSON ROGERS b. abt. 1822 possibly born in TN. but lived in MO.
ISAAC ROGERS b. abt. 1750 and his son JOSEPH ROGERS b. abt. 1788 in SC.
If anyone has more data on these lines please post, as they did match our DNA of our JAMES ROGERS, Sr. b. bet. 1700-1720 and who signed the 1774 Anson Co. NC Petition with his son JAMES ROGERS, Jr. ( b. abt. 1746 NC ) and a JOHN ROGERS. John Rogers is unknown to us but is probably related to both James Sr. and Jr. as he signed the petition with them to build a road across their property.
JAMES ROGERS, Jr. had children listed below :
1. FREDERICK ROGERS b. bet. 1760-1765 NC
2. Unknown Daughter
3. Unknown Daughter
4. WILLIAM ( L. ) ROGERS b. abt. 1770 NC
5. Unknown Daughter
6. JOHN ROGERS b. 1775 NC md. SARAH BILES
7. ZACHARIAH ROGERS b. bet. 1775 - 1785 NC md. SARAH CHESHER in Rowan Co. NC.
JOHN ROGERS and SARAH BILES had daughters in Stanly Co. NC who married HATLEYS and out of those lines are many of the STANLY CO. NC families.
ZACHARIAH ROGERS left an 1837 Rowan Co. NC will naming his son SAMUEL ROGERS as heir to his plantation and if anything happened to SAMUEL ROGERS then the estate would go to ALLIN / ALLEN ROGERS the son of RANDAL ROGERS.
WILLIAM L. ROGERS b. 1770 sold his ROGERS lands along Long Creek on Feb. 18, 1823 to MATHIAS BARRINGER and William's son BASIL ROGERS signed the deed as witness as did E. McLESTER also a witness to this 1823 Montgomery Co. NC Land deed to Barringer. E. McLester is thought to be son of DANIEL McLESTER of same county. William L. Rogers, his son Basil and all his siblings and their spouses and children moved then to CARROLL CO. TN by 1823 or thereabouts. William Rodgers is listed as jury member in Carroll Co. TN in Nov. 1823.
FREDERICK ROGERS b. bet. 1760-1765 is on the 1800 Montgomery Co. NC and is no longer in NC after that ; it appears he may be same person as the FREDERICK R. ROGERS b. bet. 1760-1765 NC who moved to HAMILTON CO. OHIO and had children named WILLIAM ROGERS who md. ELIZABETH MARKLAND and lived in Hamilton Co OHIO and daughter FRANCIS ROGERS who md. BENJAMIN MARKLAND. So they were sibling ROGERS marrying sibling MARKLANDS. ( Markland surname is on the CHESHIRE/ CHESSER family marriage records in Rowan Co. NC who are thought to be cousins of these MARKLANDS in HAMILTON Co. OHIO. HEARNES families of Montgomery Co. NC moved to Hamilton Co. OHIO about the same time and later intermarried with these same MARKLAND/ ROGERS.
The THREE UNKNOWN DAUGHTERS may have resided in Stanly Co. NC after marrying or may have moved to TN with the rest of their ROGERS famlies -- so far we haven't a clue as to their names. But our ROGERS females had names of PURITY, DRUCILLA, CELIA, MARTHA, FRANCIS, ISABELL and NANCY that repeated from generation to generation.
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