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Thomas Rogers, pilgrim, and some of his descendants

Elizabeth S. Daniel

Thomas Rogers, pilgrim, and some of his descendants

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Published by Gateway Press for the Thomas Rogers Society in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rogers family.,
  • Rogers, Thomas, -- d. 1621.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled andedited by Elizabeth S. Daniel and Jeanne E. Sawtelle.
    ContributionsSawtelle, Jeanne E.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.R73
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 662 p. ;
    Number of Pages662
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21817849M


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Thomas Rogers, pilgrim, and some of his descendants by Elizabeth S. Daniel Download PDF EPUB FB2

Thomas Rogers, was a signer of "The Mayflower Compact" that arrived in Plymouth in That the descendants of Thomas Rogers shall keep his memory alive so that he may have his Thomas Rogers place in the history of America with the other Pilgrims who came to this country on the Mayflower.

Get this from a library. Thomas Rogers, pilgrim, and some of his descendants. [Elizabeth Saeger Daniel; Jeanne E Sawtelle] -- Thomas Rogers (d) was born beforeprobably in England, and was a Pilgrim in Leiden, Holland in He immigrated to Plymouth, Massachusetts in Descendants lived in New England, New.

Thomas Rogers, a Mayflower Pilgrims|Pilgrim and one of forty-one signatories of the Mayflower Compact was among those who did not survive that first harsh Plymouth, Massachusetts winter of Thomas Rogers was accompanied by his son, Joseph, but not his wife or other children, who had stayed behind in Leiden.

To establish a Memorial Fund through which the memory of Thomas Rogers, Pilgrim shall be perpetuated. To support the publishing and distribution of a book to be named "Thomas Rogers, Pilgrim, and Some of His Descendants", in which all known descendants of Thomas Rogers, insofar as possible, are authenticated and made a matter of Record.

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Daniel and Jeanne E. Sawtelle] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Thomas Rogers, Pilgrim, 5/5(1). Thomas Rogers, pilgrim, and some of his descendants by Elizabeth Saeger Daniel,Gateway Press for the Thomas Rogers Society edition, in EnglishPages: Thomas Rogers was born in Watford, Northampton, England, the son of William and Eleanor Rogers.

He married Alice Cosford in All his children were baptized and/or buried in Watford. He brought his wife and family to Leiden, Holland, where he became a citizen of Leiden on 25 June Pilgrim Thomas Rogers (and some of his descendants) [Dolly Minshall Silva] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

We have added the Thomas Rogers volume to the searchable database of authenticated Mayflower Thomas Rogers genealogies, Mayflower Families Fifth Generation Descendants, This addition adds pages, 6, records and o searchable.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Thomas Rogers, pilgrim, and some of his descendants by Elizabeth Saeger Daniel; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Pilgrim, Mayflower, Thomas Rogers, Plimoth, Plymouth; Places: Plymouth Massachusetts; People: Rogers family.

Thomas Rogers (d) was born beforeprobably in England, and was a Pilgrim in Leiden, Holland in He immigrated to Plymouth, Massachusetts in Descendants lived in New England, New York, Michigan, Minnesota and elsewhere. Also available on microfilm. Thomas Rogers (c.

– Janu ) was a Leiden Separatist who traveled in with his eldest son Joseph as passengers on the historic voyage of the Pilgrim ship Mayflower. Thomas Rogers was a signatory to the Mayflower Compact, but perished in the winter of /His son Joseph, who traveled with Thomas on the Mayflower, but was too young, at to sign the Mayflower.

Mayflower Descendants, Clifford and some of his descendants book English Ancestry of the Pilgrim Thomas Rogers and His Wife,Alice (Cosford) Rogers.”The Genealogist –,published A collaboration between PLIMOTH PLANTATION and the NEW ENGLAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY® A Genealogical Profile of Joseph RogersFile Size: 86KB.

Thomas Rogers, Mayflower Passenger, was born circa at Watford, co. Northamptonshire, England. He died in Plymouth Colony in the winter of /21 "in and some of his descendants book first sickness." He did not die aboard the Mayflower. He died exactly two months after landing. Parents: son of William Rogers (ca ) of Watford, and Eleanor Rogers Lyne (d.

).Children: Lt. Joseph Rogers, "Mayflower" P, Elizabeth Rogers, John Rogers, Thomas Rogers, Margaret Rogers. There is some contention about which Thomas Rogers arrived in Plymouth on the Mayflower. This is a different rendition indicating that this Thomas, as opposed to his father was the Mayflower passengerThomas Rogers, the eldest of Thomas Matthew Rogers and the 9th generation member of the Rogers family, was born circa /7.

Joseph Atwood Ordway () is a descendant of Mayflower passenger Thomas Rogers—and he thought so much of that genealogical fact, it was included in his obituary.

Springfield Republican (Springfield, Massachusetts), 6 Maypage This is a detailed obituary that gives us a lot of family history information about Joseph.

BIBLIOGRAPHIC NOTE: InClifford Stott demonstrated the English origin of Thomas Rogers [TG ]. In the Five Generations Project of the General Society of the Mayflower Descendants published a revised edition of the Thomas Rogers volume, originally compiled by Alice A.

Westgate and revised by Ann T. Reeves. Birth: Thomas Rogers was born by aboutbased on his date of marriage. Death: He died in Plymouth in the first winter,/1. Ship: Mayflower, Life in England:Thomas Rogers was born in Watford, Northamptonshire, northwest of London, son of William and Eleanor Rogers.

He married there in and left sometime. Thomas Rogers, Vol 2nd Edition. A “Mayflower Families” GSMD Publication, part of the Silver Books. Five generations through the birth of the sixth. Originally compiled by Alice Westgate; revised by Ann T. Reeves in This 2 nd edition revised in by Peggy M.

Baker. To establish a Memorial Fund through which the memory of Thomas Rogers, Pilgrim shall be perpetuated. To support the publishing and distribution of a book to be named "Thomas Rogers, Pilgrim, and Some of His Descendants", in which all known descendants of Thomas Rogers, insofar as possible, are authenticated and made a matter of : Alice Cosford, Alice.

Descendant of Pilgrim John and Elizabeth (Tilley) Howland. ♦ Daniel Leonard (–): Lawyer from colonial Massachusetts and a Loyalist in the American Revolution; Chief Justice of Bermuda ( – ); and in revealed himself to be "Massachusettensis." Descendant of Pilgrim Thomas Rogers.

Some have speculated that Walter married Elizabeth Rogers, the daughter of Thomas Rogers of the "Mayflower." Elizabeth Daniel, authoress of Thomas Rogers, Pilgrim and Some of His Descendants,states, "Whether Thomas Rogers really had a daughter Elizabeth at all is a matter of theory.

Click to read more about Thomas Rogers, pilgrim, and some of his descendants by Elizabeth Saeger Daniel. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for bookloversAuthor: Elizabeth Saeger Daniel. Thomas Rogers was born in the year in Watford, Northampton, England, son of William Rogers and Eleanor.

He was married on Octo in Watford, Northampton, England to Alice Cosford, they had 6 children. He died on Janu in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, Verenigde Staten.

This information is part of by on Genealogy : Alice Cosford, Alice. Pilgrim Thomas Rogers (and Some of His Descendants) by Dolly Yminshalll Silva,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. George Bowman and His Descendants. FHL Film Item 4.

[Bowman] Mottern, Hugh H. The Family of Jacob Bowman and Susannah Milhous of Rockingham Co., VA and Washington Co., TN. [Bowman] Bowman, G.

Ralph. Some Descendants of Jacob and Susannah Milhous Bowman of Rockingham Co., VA and Washington Co., TN. Ancestor charts showing the family relationships of Thomas Rogers (c–c/21) to other famous people.

Includes citations for all sources. (#). Thomas Jefferson Pilgrim (Decem – Octo ) started the first school in Texas. The town of Pilgrim, Texas is named for Thomas J. Pilgrim. Thomas was born to Thomas and Dorcas Pilgrim, in East Haddam, Connecticut.

Thomas attended the Hamilton Literary and Theological Institute at Colgate University. InPilgrim heard about the settlements in Texas and left school in. John Rogers of Marshfield and some of his descendants Item Preview remove-circle John Rogers of Marshfield and some of his descendants by Drummond, Josiah H.

(Josiah Hayden), Publication date Topics Ers family, genealogy Publisher West Hanover, Mass.: Pages: Please note: The ancestor reports on this website have been compiled from thousands of different sources, many over years old.

These sources are attached to each ancestor so that you can personally judge their reliability. As with any good genealogical research, if you discover a link to your own family tree, consider it a starting point for further research.

Thomas Rogers, pilgrim, and some of his descendants Author: Daniel, Elizabeth Saeger, Published: () John Rogers of Marshfield and some of his descendants Author: Drummond, Josiah H.

Published: (). Thomas Rogers was one of the passengers that left England in on board the Ship 'Mayflower', bound for the 'New World' (now the United States of America).

He was born in Watford, Northamptonshire in to an established Watford Family and married Alice Cosford (10 May - ) on the 24th of October at the church of St Peter & St Paul in Watford. Thomas Rogers( – winter /21) Rogers and his oldest son travelled on the Mayflower in and signed the Mayflower Compact.

Thomas Rogers was born near Watford, was the son of William and Elanor Rogers. The family moved to Leiden Netherlands from England after because they were Separatists areligion which became illegal in England. Akins, Thomas B.- Selections from the Public Documents of the Province of Nova Scotia- Charles Annand Pub., Halifax, Daniels, Elizabeth S.

& Sawtelle, Jeanne E.- Thomas Rogers, Pilgrim and Some of his Descendants, Thomas Rogers Society, Baltimore, Daniels.

Her will refers to Thomas Rogers as "son in law" (I.e., stepson) indicating she was not his birth mother and there must have been an earlier wife of John Rogers; she was the mother of Susan) "Thomas Rogers of the hamlet of Mulsham in the County of Essex, shoemaker, 23 May, 1st Charles (I.), proved at Chelmsford 14 Janary !SOURCE: Joseph Rogers Pilgrim and Some of his Descendants by the Thomas Rogers Society.

Harwich VR History of Harwich by Josias Paine Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Vol. 6, Stephen Hopkins, by the General Society of Mayflower Descendants, spouse: Cole, Elizabeth ( -) - m.

17 Mar in Harwich,Barnstable,MA. Joseph Rogers was born in /3 in Watford, Northampton, England. He and his family came to Leiden, Holland, where they are first recorded in Bythe family had sold its house, and Joseph came with father Thomas on the Mayflower to Plymouth.

His mother Alice, brother John, and sisters Elizabeth and Margaret remained behind in Leiden. John Rogers’ birth date is uncertain, but was probably about His parents were John Rogers and Margaret Wyatt. He was born near Birmingham at Deritend in the parish of Aston, Warwickshire.

Education. John Rogers studied at Pembroke Hall (now Pembroke College), Cambridge, gaining a BA degree in / Priest. Thomas ROGERS Mayflower Passenger (William Father of Thomas Rogers Mayflower Passenger 1) was born about in Watford, Northamptonshire, England and died 11 Jan /21 in Duxbury, Plymouth Co., MA about age ADDED NOTES.

Thomas married Alice COSFORD, daughter of George COSFORD and Alice (COSFORD) UNKNOWN, 24 Oct in Watford, Northamptonshire. per THOMAS ROGERS, PILGRIM, AND SOME OF HIS DESCENDANTS by Elizabeth S. Daniel and Jeanne E. Sawtelle, "Pilgrim Thomas Rogers was born, probably in England, before The first certain reference to him was inwhen he became a citizen of Leiden, Holland, sponsored by two of the Pilgrim community who had come from Worksop, Notts.The Mission of the Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants is to gather together to honor and perpetuate the memory of our Mayflower Ancestors and the ideals of American freedoms and democracy, which have evolved from The Mayflower Compact signed by the Pilgrim Fathers when they reached Cape Cod shores in November, James Rogers of New London, Ct: And His Descendants.

James Swift Rogers Oct died Sept Ebenezer Eliza Elizabeth Ellen Emma Esther Eunice Fanny first Frances George Hannah Harriet Harris Henry Hopkinton Ichabod James Rogers James,3 James Jane John Rogers John,3 John Jonathan,3 Jonathan Joseph Joshua Julia July James Rogers of New London.