Surname: Rogers

1867 Plymouth County Massachusetts Directory, Oil and Candle Manufacturers to Pump Makers

Oil and Candle Manufacturers  Judd L. S., Marion Organ Manufacturers Reynolds P., N. Bridgewater Marston A. B. Campello, Bridgewater Oysters and Refreshments (See Eating Houses) Nash J. E. Abington Douglas W. East Abington Gilman A. N., Bridgewater Fuller John, Bridgewater Hull J. C., Bridgewater Tripp B. F., Middleboro Union Saloon, Middleboro Grover R. B., No. Bridgewater Washburn and Richardson, No. Bridgewater Ballard S. D., Plymouth Dodge J. E., Plymouth Painters Carriage  Peirce Wm. M., Abington Ford B. F. East Abington Bates Asa, South Abington Hersey David A. Hingham Sprague Joseph T., Hingham Eldridge David, Kingston Boomer B. L., Middleboro Southworth Rodney E., Middleboro Sparrow J. G., North Bridge water Jones John B., North Bridge water Sargent Samuel, Bridge water Thomas William E., Bridge water Jones Charles L., Plymouth Young Charles, Scituate Young Edw., Scituate Painters (House and Sign) Davis W. H.. Abington French Joseph, Abington Ford B. F., East Abington Gilson L. C., East Abington Lawrence Thomas R., East Abington Lincoln S. B., North Abington Harding J. S., South Abington Beed Philip, South Abington Alden James S., Bridgewater Braman H. F. & J. G., Bridgewater Chandler Alden, Duxbury Hathaway Joshua W., Duxbury Sampson Alfred, Duxbury Grow & Wentworth, East Bridgewater Bonney E. P., Halifax Cook John, Halifax Bailey Melzer, Hanover Bryant Snow, Hanover Corbin Frank, Hanover Eells John P., Hanover Sturtevant George, Hanover Roberts John C., Hanson Cobb David, Hingham Cross and...

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Biographical Sketch of Miss Mary K. Rogers

(See Cordery and Daniel) Henry Curtis Rogers, born in 1825. Married Louisa Jane Thompson nee Blackburn, born in 1823. She died November 30, 1883 and he died February 3, 1896. They were the parents of: Mary Kinney; Catherine who married Isaac Newton Strickland; Lucy P. who married William Ridge Rogers; Eugene Overby who married William Rufus Greer; William Henry, elected Treasurer of Rogers County 1907 and 1910 and County Commissioner of the same county; and Stonewall Jackson Rogers. Miss Mary Kinney Rogers is a graduate from the Moravian School of Salem, N. C. Mrs. Eugenic Oglesby Greer was President of the East Oklahoma Woman’s Missionary Society for three years. She is still actively engaged in missionary...

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Biographical Sketch of Mrs. Andrew L. Rogers

(See Oolootsa, Duncan and Halfbreed)-Andrew Lewis, son of Andrew Lewis and Cherokee America (Morgan) Rogers, was born July 3, 1860; and was educated in the Cherokee Public schools and the Male Seminary. He married May 19, 1909, Josephine Landrum, daughter of Frank and Josephine (Landrum) Howard, born November 23, 1879. She graduated from the Female Seminary May 30, 1901. They are the parents of the following children: Andrew Lewis, born June 7, 1910; Paul Sevier, born Sept. 20, 1912 (died June 27, 1915 ); Patricia, born March 17, 1915; Josephine Landrum, born April 18, 1917 and Kenneth Howard, born Nov. 19,...

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Biographical Sketch of James F. Rogers

(See Rogers)-James Foster, son of Lewis and Elizabeth J. (Lisenbe) Rogers was born in September 1881. Educated in the Cherokee public schools and Male Seminary. Married at Vinita 1893, Josephine, daughter of John D, and Jennie Marker, born June 9, 1877. They are the parents of: Flora E. born February 16, 1894; James Foster, born July 13, 1899; Nellie Bell, born June 9, 1900; Mary J. born April 5, 1902; Annie L., born March 12, 1904 and Lewis T. born August 8, 1907. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers have adopted and are raising Talala Buchanan Rogers, born Oct. 18, 1912, a Cherokee girl. Mr. Rogers is a prosperous farmer and...

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Genealogy of the Cherokee Rogers Family

Instructions on how to interpret this information 11 John Rogers. Tiana Foster. 1112 Hilliard Rogers. Martha Fields. 2 James Rogers.* OK 3 Thomas Rogers. Susan Cochran. 4 Lewis Rogers. Elizabeth J. Lisenbe, Sarah Fields and Saphronia Main nee Scrimsher. 5 Mary Rogers. Thomas Childers. 6 Sallie Rogers. Larkin McGhee 7 Martha Rogers. Joseph A. Henry. 8 Susan Rogers.* 9 Rachel Rogers, George Washington Walker 19 Elizabeth Rogers, Jesse...

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Slave Narrative of Rosaline Rogers

Interviewer: Anna Pritchett Person Interviewed: Rosaline Rogers Location: Indianapolis, Indiana Place of Birth: South Carolina Date of Birth: 1827 Age: 100 Place of Residence: 910 North Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana Federal Writers’ Project of the W.P.A. District #6 Marion County Anna Pritchett 1200 Kentucky Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana FOLKLORE MRS. ROSALINE ROGERS-EX-SLAVE-110 YEARS OLD 910 North Capitol Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana Mrs. Rogers was born in South Carolina, in 1827, a slave of Dr. Rice Rogers, “Mas. Rogers,” we called him, was the youngest son of a family of eleven children. He was so very mean. Mrs. Rogers was sold and taken to Tennessee at the age of eleven for $900.00 to a man by the name of Carter. Soon after her arrival at the Carter plantation, she was resold to a man by the name of Belby Moore with whom she lived until the beginning of the Civil war. Men and women were herded into a single cabin, no matter how many there were. She remembers a time when there were twenty slaves in a small cabin. There were holes between the logs of the cabin, large enough for dogs and cats to crawl through. The only means of heat, being a wood fireplace, which, of course, was used for cooking their food. The slaves’ food was corn cakes, side pork, and beans; seldom any sweets except molasses. The slaves...

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Slave Narrative of Della Fountain

Person Interviewed: Della Fountain Location: McAlester, Oklahoma Age: 69 I was born after de war of de Rebellion but I ‘member lots o’ things dat my parents told me ’bout slavery. My grandmother was captured in Africa. Traders come dere in a big boat and day had all sorts of purty gew-gaws — red handkerchiefs, dress goods, beads, bells, and trinkets in bright colors. Dey would pull up at de shore and entice de colored folks onto de boat to see de purty things. Befo’ de darkies realized it dey would be out from shore. Dat de way she was captured. Fifteen to twenty-five would pay dem for de trip as dey all brought good prices. I was born and raised in Louisiana, near Winfield. My mother’s Master was John Rogers and his wife was Miss Millie. Dey was awful good to deir slaves and he never shipped his grown niggers. I ‘member when I was a child dat we didn’t have hardly anything to keep house wid, but we got along purty well I guess. Our furniture was home-made and we cooked on de fireplace. We saved all our oak-wood ashes, and would out a barrel on a slanting scaffold and put sticks and shucks in de bottom of de barrel and den fill it wid de ashes. We’d pour water in it and let it drip. Dese...

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Slave Narrative of Chaney Richardson

Person Interviewed: Chaney Richardson Location: Fort Gibson, Oklahoma Age: 90 I was born in the old Caney settlement southeast of Tahlequah on the banks of Caney Creek. Off to the north we could see the big old ridge of Sugar Mountain when the sun shine on him first thing in the morning when we all getting up. I didn’t know nothing else but some kind of war until I was a grown woman, because when I first can remember my old Master, Charley Rogers, was always on the lookout for somebody or other he was lined up against in the big feud. My master and all the rest of the folks was Cherokees, and they’d been killing each other off in the feud ever since long before I was borned, and jest because old Master have a big farm and three-four families of Negroes them other Cherokees keep on pestering his stuff all the time. Us children was always afeared to go any place less’n some of the grown folks was along. We didn’t know what we was a-feared of, but we heard the Master and Mistress keep talking ’bout “another Party killing” and we stuck close to the place. Old Mistress’ name was Nancy Rogers, but I was a orphan after I was a big girl and I called her “Aunt” and “Mamma” like I did when I...

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Biographical Sketch of Charlotte S. Rogers

Rogers, Charlotte S., Ferrisburgh, was born in Ferrisburgh, Vt., in 1828. She was married in 1849 to Thomas R. Robinson, of Ferrisburgh, Vt. He died in 1854, leaving two children — William G. and Sarah R. William G. is a graduate of the medical department of the University of Vermont, also of the Bellevue Medical College of New York. Sarah married W. H. Harmon. Mrs. Charlotte Robinson was married the second time, in 1860, to R. Rogers. She was a daughter of Captain Isaac and Sophia (Marsh) Satterly, of Ferrisburgh,...

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Biographical Sketch of Henry Rogers

Rogers, Henry, Ferrisburgh, was born in Ferrisburgh, Vt., in 1804, and died on September 16, 1876. He was prominent in establishing the post-office at the Center, and was its first postmaster. He was a large dealer in, and shipper of butter and cheese, and an active man in all town affairs. He was married in 1835 to Susan Martin. They had one daughter born to them — Phebe Holmes, born in 1836. Henry Rogers was a son of Joseph and Jemima (Holmes) Rogers. who were natives of Danby, Rutland county, Vt. Susan Martin was born in 1814, and was a daughter of Edward and Elizabeth (Chase) Martin, who settled in Ferrisburgh, Vt., in 1794, and were married there the same year. They had a family of thirteen children born to them, of whom Susan is the only one now living. Edward was an early farmer and hotel...

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Biographical Sketch of Isaac L. Rogers

Rogers, Isaac L., Middlebury, was born in Clinton county, N. Y., on June 27, 1845. His parents were Robert and Abigail (Allen) Rogers. He came with his parents to Addison county, Vt., in 1852, and settled in the town of Orwell, Addison county, Vt., where he conducted a lumber and saw-mill for some years. He afterwards came to Middlebury, Addison county, Vt. Mr. Rogers died in January 1884. Isaac L. Rogers was educated in the common schools; was brought up to farming until reacing the age of twenty, when he learned the carpenter and joiners’ trade, and also acquired some knowledge of cabinet-making,at Concord, N. H., where he worked for ten years. He was foreman in the wood department of the Concord axle shop for nearly five years. He was married in April, 1868, to Lucy M. Ford. They have had one son born to them — Charles F., born on May 13, 1880. He returned to Middlebury, Vt., in the fall of 1876, and purchased the Yale place of fifty acres, on which he has resided since. He also owns forty acres south of the town, and very nicely located in the suburbs of Middlebury, Vt. He is a successful farmer, and was instrumental in forming the Baptist Society in Middlebury, Vt.; was a member of the building committee, and has been a church official ever...

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Biographical Sketch of Jasper Rogers

(See Grant)-Jasper, the son of Joseph and Elizabeth (Carpenter) Rogers, was born January 13, 1871, in Saline District. He married November 4, 1900, Rosa Bell, daughter of David and Mary Ellen (Chouteau) Fronkier, and she was born .July 11, 1880, in the Osage Nation. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers are the parents of Cecilia M., Emmet Jasper, Maud, Flora Thadine, and Josephine Rogers. Mr. Rogers is in business at Pawhuska; and he and his wife are both members of the Osage Nation. Jean Pierre Chouteau, the founder of the City of Saint Louis, Missouri, married Pelegie Kiersereau, and they were the parents of Colonel August Pierre Chouteau who lived at Grand Saline on Grand River, and he was the father of Gesseau Chouteau, born in 1822. Gesseau Chouteau served four years in the Confederate Army, and was a brilliant interpreter and an eloquent orator. Gesseau and Mary Ann Chouteau were the parents of Mary Ellen Chouteau who married David...

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Biographical Sketch of Thomas Rogers

(See Grant and Downing)-Thomas Lewis, son of Thomas Lewis and Nancy C. (Martin) Rogers, was born near Pawhuska, September 2, 1885. He was educated in that city. He married in 1917 at Joplin, Missouri, Bessie Barrett. He is the father of Thomas Lewis, born July 28, 1911; and Nancy Rogers, born April 24, 1914. Mr. Rogers is a member of the Christian church, and a merchant at...

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Biographical Sketch of Lewis Rogers

(See Grant, Ghigau, Duncan and Halfbreed)-Lewis, the son of Nelson and Rosa (West) Rogers, was born in Saline District November 14, 1840. His first wife was Josephine Landrum, and the second was Helen Ross. Lewis and Helen Rogers were the parents of Rosa, who married Benjamin Avant; and of Lewis Rogers, Junior. Mr. Rogers is a wealthy retired businessman and a member of the Methodist...

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Biographical Sketch of Mrs. J. C. Rogers

(See Grant and Cordery)-Sallie Martin, born January 30, 1869, educated in the Cherokee public schools and Male Seminary. Married August 22, 1888 John Cicero Rogers, born September 9, 1861 in Washington County, Arkansas. They are the parents of Pearl Lottie, born June 18, 1889, Frank, born April 27, 1892; Hugh E. born June 5, 1894; Terry P., born January 14, 1897. Ethel M , born March 23, 1899; Eula May, born September 30, 1901 Ruth Martin, born June 25, 1914. Samuel Martin married Catherine Hildebrand and their son William A. Martin married Nannie Lucas nee Guinn. They were the parents of: John Brice, who married Lucinda Still; Sarah Jane, married Samuel Bryant; Almon born November 4, 1842. He was a member of Company M, First Cherokee Mounted Volunteers Confederate service under Captain O. H. P. Brewer. He married Sarah Jane Cordery. She died February 23, 1874. They were the parents of: Andrew Jackson, married Anna Belle Morrow; Sallie, the subject of this sketch; Nannie, married Riley Barnett and Mary Ann Martin, married William E....

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