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11 Thomas Cordery. Susannah nee Sonicooie
1112 Sarah Cordery. John Rogers
2 Lucy Cordery. Robert Rogers
OK 3 Nannie Cordery. Parker Collins
4 Charlotte Cordery. Henry Vickery
5 David Cordery. Charlotte Goss
6 Hettie Cordery. Henry Vickery and John Vance
7 Early Cordery. Charlotte Berryhill
8 Susan Cordery. John Mosley
111213 Robert Rogers. Mary Ann Baptiste and Mary Scott Jones
2 William Rogers. Mary Vann Neely nee McNair and Louisa Reedy
OK 3 Johnson K. Rogers*  Octavia Ann Mount
4 Joseph Rogers. Hannah Foster
5 Lovely Rogers
6 Mary Rogers. Nicholas Byers McNair
7 Jackson Rogers. Sarah G. Blackburn.                     |A42
8 Cynthia Rogers. John Lowe
9 Annie Chapel Rogers  John Wilson Lenoir
10 Henry Curtis Rogers  Louisa Jane Thompson nee Blackburn
11 George Rogers. Polina Phillips
12 John Pendergrass Rogers. Martha Crawford and Mary Eugenia Eliza Spencer nee Garland
112213 Catherine Rogers. Alexander McDaniel.
2 Nannie Rogers. Alexander Jordan and John Anderson
OK 3 Robert Rogers. Sallie Vann
4 John Rogers. Hettie Mosely and Catherine Vann
5 James Rogers*
113213 Ira Rogers. Charlotte Wickett
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2 Sallie Collins. Charles Harris
3 Jennie Collins. Charles Harris
4 Eliza Collins. Bird Harris
5 Susan Collins. William Harris
6 Catherine Collins. William Harrison Autry
7 Mary Collins*
8 Martha Collins*
9 Lucinda Collins. Henry Sutton
10 Nannie Collins. John Mimms
11 Joseph Collins. Mary Miller
12 Parker Dickson Collins. Mary Treble
114213 Annie Vickery. John finder, ____ Ratliff, John Forbison and Archibald Wilson
2 Jennie Vickery. George Freeman

A42. Jackson Rogers born October 12, 1816. Married February 7, 1844 Sarah G. Blackburn, born June 3, 1821. He enlisted in Company B, First Georgia Infantry under Colonel William Dabney. He was captured in July 1864 and held at Camp Douglas, in Chicago, until he was paroled on June 16, 1865. He was elected a member of the Georgia legislature in 1875. He died May 14, 1899.

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