|20||HISTORY OF MARSHFIELD.|
Wales Allen,7 son of Howland,6 b. 1826, d. Oct. 24, 1899. Mar. Sarah A. Tilden. No children.
Nathaniel C.7 (Howland,6 Thomas,5 Israel,4 Timothy,3 Timothy,2 John,1) b. 1833, d. 1875. Mar. Sarah E. Seabury. 3 children b. in Weymouth.
Philenda A. (Howland,6 Thomas,5 Israel,4 Timothy,3 Timothy,2 John,1) b. May 28, 1835. Mar. June 3, 1855, Fred'k Hatch, b. Dec. 16, 1831. He d. Nov. 2, 1897. (See children under Hatch family.)
Stephen6 Rogers (Joseph,5 John,4 Thomas,3 John,2 John,1) b. 1770. Mar. Alice Estes of Hanover. He lived on top of the "Big Hill," in the house now occupied by Rev. Henry Nelson. They left no children, but adopted a young man from Danby, Vt., named Moses Rogers, b. 1803. The estate of above Stephen and Moses contained some two or three hundred acres. Moses sold the estate and it passed out of the Rogers' family, held by them since the days of the colonists. He removed to Lynn. Stephen had two sisters. One mar. Nathaniel Phillips, the elder, and the other Ed. Little. This branch of the Rogers' family were Quakers, and attended the Quaker church in Pembroke, near the Hanover line.
Moses Rogers had one son and dau., Stephen R. and Alice. Stephen R. mar. Mary J. Little, dau. of Ed. Little. They had six children, only one, the eldest, born in Marshfield, the rest in Sandwich and Philadelphia. The latter place is where Stephen R. resides.
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