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John Rogers of Marshfield and some of his descendants

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Published by R.B. Ellis in West Hanover, Mass .
Written in English

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    Statementby Josiah H. Drummond.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination194 p. ;
    Number of Pages194
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24138765M

    This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. He later moved to Scituate, where he had been invited as minister of the 2d Church of Scituate 2 Sepwhich position he would hold until his death there on 9 Apr InWilliam was critized by the Church of England and ordered to stop teaching the catechisms of William Perkins, a well-known Puritan theologian who was not approved by the Church. John and Margaret may have come from County Longford, Ireland. Can't that be verified in the Pembroke or Hanover, or Marshfield records?

    His son John, Junior Ann's brother was later a Quaker and was fined on several occasions for his Quaker beliefs, including one fine levied by John Alden. His marriage to Timothy Hatherly's niece might put him in that category. He was to hold this position the rest of his life, some of these letters are extant in the records of the second Church of Scituate. Add review Book description Trieste Publishing has a massive catalogue of classic book titles. Wing's children by Deliverance and Mercy were all born in Marshfield, but the remainder were all born in Danby. After two more ministers each of whom was an early president of the new Harvard Universitythe fourth minister was the Rev.

    Books from that period are often spoiled by imperfections that did not exist in the original. This book also reports that John Rogers may have been a friend of William Wetherell and came to Scituate and Marshfield for that reason. Haight Esther Rogers, 17 Aug md. She married 2nd John Hudson, who died aboutleaving her surviving him. Moses Rogers was a grandson of Joseph Rogersand he moved from Danby back to Marshfield when he inherited the home.


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John Rogers of Marshfield and some of his descendants by Josiah H. Drummond Download PDF Ebook

He died between and at Scituate, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Ann had come to Hingham, MA in aboard the Diligent. Briggs lived in Scituate between and Both sides were legally obligated to meet the terms, which John Rogers of Marshfield and some of his descendants book enforced by local American courts.

The name of John Rogers is given in the list of freemen of Scituate, although the date of his admission has not been found. I have always assumed they were married in Pembroke meeting. He was commissioned a Captain by the Colony Court in A few months later, Rev.

Some Church members voted to invite Rev. A grand jury inquiry into his death determined " Smith Augustus Rogers b. The Merchant Adventurers, as described on the websitewere 50 British merchants who put up the money to pay for the Pilgrims' voyage on the Mayflower in Another corroboration is a secondary source - the family record from the Barak Smith family bible.

The Wing house is a museum and is mentioned on several websites about Sandwich, MA. They would work for a fixed number of years, then be free to work on their own.

He was a tanner in New England, and learned the trade there. Alden in his later years intensely disliked Quakers and Baptists, who were trying to settle on Cape Cod. Charles Chauncy who was at the center of a controversy at Plymouth more about Chauncy and this baptism controversy below to fill that position, but several disagreed with that decision and proceeded to form a 2nd Church of Scituate, then they invited William Wetherell to be their minister.

This work was reproduced from the original artifact, and remains as true to the original work as possible. The 0. She and her first husband had two children.

Re: Wing Rogers descendants

He was also on the list of freemen that year. These large containers on the average about 12 feet square were sunk slightly, with an earthen wall to help retain the water supplied by diverting part of a stream or river.

Inthe General Court at Plymouth which had jurisdiction over this large area on the east coast of Massachusetts established the boundaries of Scituate, including setting aside a large portion in the north part of the town for the Hatherly group. He served on a number of juries, was the deputy for Scituate to the Plymouth General Court on numerous occasions between andand was Scituate constable for three years.

Robert was indentured to Walter Briggs prior towhen he complained to the court that his former master was keeping the indenture document from him to avoid complying with his obligations. His son John, Junior Ann's brother and thus a Bissell Great-Uncle was later a Quaker and was fined on several occasions for his Quaker beliefs, including one fine levied by John Alden, one of the Mayflower passengers and a leader of Plymouth.

Riley, John. Tanners produced leather for making everything from horse bridles to book covers to holders for weapons.

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John's College, Cambridge, that he had his A. Their children, part probably born in England and the others in Scituate, were in the order listed in John, Sr. It is highly unlikely that this would occur with one of our books.

The cemetery dates from the earliest days of Scituate's settlement, estimated to have been established in Buy John Rogers of Marshfield and Some of His Descendants by Josiah H. Drummond (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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