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I. Mabel R.3 Mar. Wallace Boyden, Principal of the Girls' Normal School, Boston. Resides at Newton.
II. Blanche G.3 Assistant teacher in one of the High Schools of Boston. III. Alice B.3 Mar. Sam'l C. Moorhouse, a lawyer in New Haven, Conn., where they reside. IV. Charles G.3 Mar. Retta Winslow. Resides at Newton Highlands, is teacher in a Boston Grammar School. V. George H., Jr.3 Mar. Clara G. Symonds, resides in Braintree, and follows the pursuit of civil engineering.
The Rogers' Colonial Ancestor was
John Rogers,1 who came from England to Barbadoes in April, 1635. His first entrance to America was in Scituate, Mass., but he removed to Marshfield in 1647, where he remained a permanent resident until the date of his decease, 1661.
II. Timothy,2 son of John, b. Apr. 23, 1650, d. 1728, and mar. Eunice Stetson, dau. of Cornet Robert Stetson.
III. Samuel,3 son of Timothy,2 b. about 1670. Mar. Dec. 1697, Jael Huet, dau. of Ephraim and Elizabeth (Foster) Huet.
IV. Samuel,4 son of Samuel.3
V. Simeon,5 son of Samuel,4 b. May 18, 1737.
VI. Luther,6 b. Aug. 21, 1778. Mar. Abigail L. Tilden.
I. Luther.7 II. Wales.7 III. Clift. IV. Abigail.7 (died at 8 years of age). V. Sarah L.7 VI. Avery.7 VII. Betsy (died in infancy). VIII. Alvin.7 IX. Sophia T.7 X. William T. (died in infancy). XI. Abigail Frances.7 XII. Daughter, no name, d. in infancy. XIII. Ann Maria,7 died at 2 years of age.
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