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Note for:   Elizabeth "Betty" ROGERS,   ABT 1738 -          Index

CHAPTER 24

George ROGERS and Elizabeth “Betsy” MINTER

1718-1794

WARNING: This may not be accurate information Too much guessing! Need more
Documentation
1a. George ROGERS would have been born about 1692 probably in Lancaster County, Virginia appears to
        have died before 1740 probably in Lancaster County, Virginia.

        We have two records that indicate that George ROGERS who married Elizabeth MINTER was the
        son of George ROGERS.

        Abstracts of Virginia’s Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys Dunmore, Shenandoah, Culpeper,
        Prince William, Fauquier, & Stafford Counties 1710-1780 by Peggy Shomo Joyner
        Page 126 (Prince William) George Rogers, late from Lancaster; 27 Oct 1739 - 15 Apr 1740; 227
        acres on Glady Branch, adjoining, Thomas Barton, Val Barton, Bradley Garner across the branch.
        Chain Carrier Thos Barton & John Siers. Marker - Daniel Diskin Surv. James Thomas Junior
   
        Sally ROGERS married Robert MATTHEWS 10 May 1787 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Sally is listed as the daughter of George ROGERS Junior

Family of George Rogers of Lancaster County, Virginia

Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800 by Ida J. Lee, The Deitz Press, Richmond, Virginia, 1959.
ROGERS, Wm., of St Mary’s White Chappell Parish. 29 Apr 1728. recorded 14 Jun 1728.
Wife: Elizabeth. Sons: Jno, Wm., Rich’d, Daughters Elizabeth and Anne Exors: Wife and brother, Geo. Rogers, Witnesses Jno Rogers, Bryan Pullen and Chas Sanford. Will Book 12, page 65.

Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800 by Ida J. Lee, The Deitz Press, Richmond, Virginia, 1959.
ROGERS, Eliz. Widow of Wm R. of White Chappell. 17 Sep 1728. Rec 13 Nov 1728.
Sons: Wm Dodson. Dau: Ann Rogers. Others Thos, Robt, and Reuben Young, Chas Dodson. Exor: Thos. Young. Witnesses: Abraham Dale, Jos Rogers and Jno Roach. Will Book 12 page 76.

Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800 by Ida J. Lee, The Deitz Press, Richmond, Virginia, 1959.
ROGERS, William Estate. Recorded 11 Aug 1738.
George, Rogers, guardian OF Richard Rogers, orphan of Wm Rogers, deceased. Will Book 13 page 111. George Rogers, guardian of Richard, orphan of Wm Rogers, deceased 10 Oct 1740, dec 10 Oct 1740 Will Book 13 page 187

George ROGERS son of George ROGERS

        2a. George ROGERS Junior was born about 1718 probably in Lancaster County, Virginia Senior
        married Elizabeth “Betty” MINTER daughter of Joseph MINTER and Mary TRAUBE

        George ROGERS father came from Lancaster County, Virginia and settled on Glady Branch (at
        least his father’s Warrant is there (27 Oct 1739 - 15 Apr 1740)

        George Rogers before his death was one of the tax Commissioners for Fauquier County. His
        tax district was that section of Fauquier that bordered Rappahannock and Culpeper County.

        George ROGERS’s will was written 4 Sep 1792 and was proved 24 Sep 1792 in Fauquier County,
        Virginia

        Northumberland County, Virginia
        George ROGERS (son of Edward ROGERS) was born 15 Sep 1740 in St Stephens Parish,
        Northumberland County, Virginia. With all this guessing should not stop here. Is this our George
        And is our ancestor Edward ROGERS???

Children of George ROGERS and Elizabeth MINTER

        3a. Betty ROGERS born about 1738 in Lancaster County, Virginia. Betty married Henry NEWBY
        about 1758 probably in Prince William County, Virginia.

        Henry NEWBY was born about 1736 probably in Lancaster County, Virginia. Henry NEWBY
        married Elizabeth Betty ROGERS before 1758 probably in Prince William County, Virginia.
        Elizabeth was born about 1738 probably in Lancaster County,
        Virginia
       
HENRY NEWBY & Elizabeth Betty ROGERS

        . Henry NEWBY was born about 1736 probably in Lancaster County, Virginia.
        Henry NEWBY married Elizabeth Betty ROGERS before 1758 probably in
        Prince William County, Virginia. Elizabeth was born about 1738 probably in
        Prince William County, Virginia.
   
        Doct’r Richard HALL charged him rent. The widow NEWBY was paying the rent with the
        assistance of George ROGERS Senior in 1781. Soon after Henry NEWBY died in 1782 in
        Fauquier County, Virginia some of the family moved to Bullitt County, Kentucky.

        It seems that Henry died in early 1782 and perhaps his rent was due only every 2 years. His
        widow, Betty Newby, is found only once in the Per. Prop tax list for Fauquier: in 1782 when she
        was taxed on Horses and cattle only. Betty was summoned to Court in 1784 to administer her
        husband’s estate.
       
        A Betsy NEWBY is living in the 1810 Census of Bullitt County, Kentucky a widow with three
        children. Is this our Elizabeth? See note below , her daughter Betsy Sanders is found in Bullitt
        County, Kentucky

        The Fauquier County personal property tax lists after 1782 do not show male Newby’s in Fauquier
        after Henry’s death.

        Children of Henry NEWBY and Elizabeth Betty ROGERS

        4a. Hannah NEWBY was born about 1758 married Joseph BAILEY Joseph BAILEY was born
        about 1755 in Prince William, Virginia. He died in Mar 1826 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Joseph BAILEY married Hannah NEWBY on 9 Aug 1777 in Fauquier County, Virginia Va.
        Hannah was born about 1755 in Virginia.
        4b. Nancy NEWBY was born about 1760 married William BAILEY 11 Feb 1782 in Fauquier
        County, Virginia William born 1757 Prince William d 28 Jun 1832 Culpeper County VA
        married Nancy was alive 1743 in Culpeper County, Virginia. This William is the one found in
        the American Revolution. He enlisted 1776 served at battles Brandywine and Germantown as
        well as wintering in Valley Forge. He served the latter part of his 3 year enlistment at Fort Pitt.
        He served in Simon Morgan’s Co under Capt Russell
        NOTE: The 2 oldest daughters of Henry and Betty were evidently over 21
        when they married since there is no consent with their marriage
        4c. Milly NEWBY was born about 1765 married Thomas SANDERS. Thomas was born in
        Culpeper County, Virginia or Fauquier County, Virginia. Thomas SANDERS died 14 Aug
        1813 in Bullitt County, Kentucky
        4d. Elizabeth Betsy NEWBY was born about 1770 married Gabriel SANDERS 20 Feb 1800 in
        Bullitt County, Kentucky Elizabeth died in 1851 in Bullitt County, Kentucky. Gabriel died in
        Bullitt County, Kentucky in 1808.
4e. Sinah NEWBY was born in 1771 (per affidavit in Rev War Bounty Application of uncle,
        Edward Rogers married Robert GIBSON 7 Dec 1790 in Fauquier County, Virginia. Robert
        GIBSON witnessed the will of George Rogers in 1792.

        We do see a notation in 1790 when Sinah married Robert Gibson(interesting notation here in
        1788 tax list for Fauquier Robert Gibson is found in the home of George Rogers, Jr. who paid
        his tax for that year only) that she was the daughter of Betty

        NOTE: Gabriel SANDERS and Thomas SANDERS were the sons of the Rev Robert SANDERS
        and Ann NASH

        NOTE: There were Newby’s living in close proximity if not in Fauquier as early as 1767 There is
        also a reference in deed books that Oswald was a Witness to a deed in 1767, we also note
        that Whaley Newby had assigned something of Value to William Allason in 1767.
   
        3b. Mary “Molly” ROGERS was born 5 Dec 1758 in Prince William County, Virginia married
        Thomas. SANDERS 2 Jun 1785 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Thomas SANDERS was born 22 Jun 1752/1753 Thomas died 3 Jan 1832 in Bullitt County,
        Kentucky . Mary Jane SANDERS died 13 May 1836.
        Thomas SANDERS served in the Virginia Line R9216
        4a. Harriot SANDERS was born 13 May 1787. Harriet married A GORE 21 Dec 1835
        4b. John Winal SANDERS was born 28 Feb 1789
        4c. George SANDERS was born 12 Dec 1790. George married Elizabeth HANSBROUG 20 Apr
        1814. George SAUNDERS died 13 Oct 1822. Elizabeth died 23 Apr 1830
        4d. Joseph B SANDERS was born 28 Mar 1793. Joseph married Susan W. SUMMERS 29 Mar
        1821
        4e. Sally SANDERS was born 8 Aug 1795 married Abner GORE 11 Feb 1821. Sally GORE died
        19 Nov 1834

        Mary Jane SAUNDERS died 13 May 1836 (relationship unknown)
        John T. SANDERS born 1819 grandson of Thomas SANDERS and Mary Molly ROGERS

        3c. Edward ROGERS was born about Feb 1764 in Fauquier County, Virginia married Elizabeth
        HATHAWAY 23 June 1790 in Fauquier County, Virginia. (witness to marriage Robert GIBSON)
        Edward died at Floyd’s Farm, near Louisville, Kentucky. Served in a Virginia Regiment in the
        Revolutionary War. Elizabeth HATHAWAY was the daughter of James HATHAWAY.
        Edward ROGERS died in 1813. ucky.
        4a. George Lawson ROGERS
        Edward his son is not found after 1795 I could not find any Rogers in the tax list by 1797, so it
        seems that by that time the entire family had migrated to KY, certainly in time for the last daughter
        of Henry and Betty, Betsy to marry Gabriel Sanders in 1800 in Bullitt.
     
        3d. George ROGERS was born in Feb 1764 in Fauquier County, Virginia George died 28 Nov 1858
        in Wayne County, Kentucky. George married Elizabeth Betty RANDALL 27 Oct 1791. George
        ROGERS served as A Naval Officer in the Revolutionary War. Edward served as a Private in
        The Fauquier County Militia. ROGERS, George (W.10240 1764-1856. Pvt., Francis Triplett’s Co
        Fauq Mil., 1780 Pvt John Combs Co., Fauq. Mil., at Cowpens, Jan 1781, Pvt Thomas Helms Co.,
        Col Wm Darke’s 4th Va Regt, Aug 1781, discharged May 1782 George died in 28 Nov 1858 in
        Wayne County, Kentucky.

Fauquier County in the Revolution by John K Gott & T. Triplett RUSSELL Page 473
ROGERS, Edward 1763-1813, Pvt., Fauq. Mil (DAR-PI)
ROGERS, George (W.10240 1764-1856. Pvt., Francis Triplett’s Co Fauq Mil., 1780 Pvt John Combs Co., Fauq. Mil., at Cowpens, Jan 1781, Pvt Thomas Helms Co., Col Wm Darke’s 4th Va Regt, Aug 1781, discharged May 1782
ROGERS, James, Pvt., Wm Triplett’s Cav Co., Fauq Mil 1781
ROGERS, Reuben, Pvt., Wm Triplett’s Cav Co., Fauq Mil 1781

        3e. Sally ROGERS married Robert MATTHEWS 10 May 1787 in Fauquier County, Virginia.
        Sally is listed as the daughter of George ROGERS Junior

Fauquier County, Virginia Will Book 2
Page 213: George Rogers Will Date: 4 May 1792 Wife: Betty Rogers - all real and personal estate during her natural life Son: George - slave Sons: George and Edward - the land I now live on - 1/5 part each of estate Dau: Betty Newby - 1/5 part after her death "her proportion of Negroes be sold and equally divided among all my other children." Dau: Mary Sanders - 1/5 part Dau: Sally Matthews - 1/5 part of estate in trust to "my Trust friends Ambrose Barnett, George Rogers and Edward Rogers" for her and her children during her natural life, the 1/5 part shall be equally divided by the said Barnett, George and Edward Rogers among the children of my said daughter Exors: Sons George and Edward Signed: George Rogers Wit: Samuel Steele, Henry Steele, Robert Gibson Proved: 24 September 1792
Fauquier Will Book 2 page 256 George Rogers Senior (Inventory)
Date 10 Jan 1793 Approved by Samuel Steele, Thos Ransdell, James Hathaway.
Total Evaluation L564.1.0 Returned 28 Jan 1793

Saint Paul’s Parish 1715-1798
Mary Rogers married William Colclough 30 Dec 1741
Rice son of William and Frances Rogers born 17 Jun 1746
Behethlem, daughter of William and Frances Rodgers born 13 Mar 1747/8
Joseph Rogers married Ann BURGESS 24 Oct 1749
Ann, daughter of Grigsby and Grace Rogers born 11 Oct 1750
Mary, daughter of Grigsby and Grace Rogers born 30 Mar 1752
Robert, son of William and Frances Rogers born 9 Oct 1753
Margaret, daughter of William and Frances Rogers born 17 Aug 1756
Winifred, daughter of William and Frances Rogers 21 Mar 1759
Benjamin Rogers married Jane Moss 27 Jan 1761
Behethland Rogers married John CHANDLER 17 Sep 1767
James Rogers son of Benjamin and Jane Rogers born 10 May 1768
Sarah Rogers married Benjamin Clift 6 Dec 1772
Margaret Rogers married John Gordon Junior 22 Nov 1776
Ann Rodgers married John Clift 29 Sep 1779
Susanna Rogers married Daniel Beattie 2 Aug 1781
Hosea Rogers married Caty Clift 22 Jan 1783
Anne Rogers married John Curry 25 Dec 1783
(Blank) rogers and (blank) Wiggins 12 Aug 1787
Issac RODGERS married Clarinda LEWIS 11 Dec 1791

Lancaster County, Virginia marriages
George ROGERS married Olivia NORRIS 7 Dec 1827 in Lancaster County, Virginia

Overwharton Parish 1720-1760 Old Stafford County, Virginia
William ROGERS son of Rachel born 1 Jun 1742
William ROGERS son of Richard and Mary born 13 Oct 1741

Fauquier County, Virginia Marriage Bonds: 1759-1854 and Marriage Returns 1785-1848 by John
K. Gott Heritage Books, 1989.

Ann ROGERS James DEARING 29 Mar 1801 d/o Joanna
Betsy ROGERS Thomas JETT 22 Dec 1817 d/o Henry
Cathrine ROGERS Benjamin F SHORT 15 Feb 1847 bdsmn Alfred Cable d/o N.W.
Edward Rogers Elizabeth HATHAWAY 21 Jun 1790 bondsman dau of James
Eleanor ROGERS Martin WEAVER 6 Jun 1829 d/o William
Eleanor ROGERS Fredrick WOOD 28 Dec 1825 William P ROGERS
Eliza ROGERS Williamson THOMPSON 19 Dec 1831 John D. THOMPSON
        22 Dec 1831 Marriage Record
Elizabeth ROGERS John H. CHANCELLOR 26 Aug 1816 d/o Joanna
Frances ROGERS James DEARING 1 Jun 1793 d/o Matthew
Frances ROGERS George DEARING 1 Jun 1793 Robert ROGERS
George ROGERS Ann RATCLIFFE 27 Dec 1809 bondsman B. Ward
Henry ROGERS Sally JETT 23 Mar 1789 bondsman Wm Jett
        8 Apr 1789 Marriage Record
James ROGERS Hannah JETT 25 Aug 1823 d/o Francis
John ROGERS Lucy SMITH 11 Dec 1814 bdsmn John B. Smith
Lucy ROGERS Wm TOMLIN 23 Mar 1789 bdsmn Richard NORRIS
Margaret ROGERS Colbert MASON 25 Mar 1786 bdsmn Stephen ROGERS
Mary ROGERS Thomas NEALE 1 Feb 1837 Gabriel ROGERS
Mary Jane ROGERS Benj F. BRADFORD 27 Jan 1833 d/o Notty W.
Molly ROGERS Thomas SANDERS 1 Jun 1785 bdnsman James SANDERS
Notley W. ROGERS Nelly WALTER 24 Jan 1814 s/o Joanna d/o R C
Peggy ROGERS Lewis DEARING 23 Jan 1806 d/o Robert & Joanna
Polly ROGERS Joseph G. DOWNING 5 Mar 1810 d/o Joanna
Rachel Ann ROGERS Alex G GREEN 28 Dec 1840 d/o N. W.
Rhodam ROGERS Anna REYNOLDS 29 Jan 1798 bdsmn Cornelius REYNOLDS
        Anna RUNNELS 1 Feb 1798 Marriage Record
Robert ROGERS Lucy OWENS 28 Apr 1806 bdsm John Tucker
Sally ROGERS Jeremiah DEARING 30 Oct 1802 d/o Joanna
Sally ROGERS Robert MATHEWS 10 Jan 1787 d/o George Jr
Stephen ROGERS Frances C. JETT 4 Sep 1832 d/o William
Wm P ROGERS Arian SMOOT 14 Dec 1830 d/o Edward
        Acetan SMOOT
Moses LACEY Henrietta PRATT 3 Mar 1787 bdsmn Stephen ROGERS
        Henretta PRATT 6 Mar 1787 Marriage Record
Sarah RICHARDSON James TURNER 27 Dec 1813 bdnsman N W ROGERS
John REDMAN Cathrine CARTER 23 May 1842 bdsm: James ROGERS
Mary Ann Margaret Larkin D JENNINGS 9 May 1838
ROGER
Frances SMITH James HALEY 26 Jan 1818 bndsman: John ROGERS

Northumberland County, Virginia
Anthony ROGERS married Tomsey T. KELLEY daughter Mary Kelley 20 Jun 1795
        Con. Of Mary Kelley states “Anthony Rogers an Etalian Countryman” Thomas Betts sec.
Edward ROGERS married Sally BALL WARD OF Richard Ball 5 Jun 1804, Richard Ball
        Sec.
Joseph ROGERS married Mary Jones 25 May 1796, Loftis Jones sec.
William ROGERS married Nancy COTTRELL 10 July 1820 John Cottrell sec.
William ROGERS married Elizabeth Jones 11 Jan 1843 Linsey Jones sec.

Fauquier County in the Revolution, T. Triplett RUSSELL and John K. GOTT, Willow Bend Books 1998.

Page 80
However Samuel Baker was already beginning to tire of soldering and worrying about his nestlings in Fauquier. His tour of duty was three months but, according to his friend Robert Rogers Sr. he hired one John Dickerson to finish it for him and trotted off home.

Page 123
65 Robert Rogers, 1732-1795 of Concord, New Hampshire. A frontiersman with unusual talent for recruiting, he was Captain of an independent ranger company I 1756 which served with distinction during the French and Indian War and in Pontiac’s War. A notoriously and unprincipled and dissipated trouble-maker, he was soon removed from command of the Queen’s Rangers and died in poverty in London.

Page 240
….Captain Charles Chilton…Martin Pickett, the third executor, declined probably feeling that two were enough. Charles Morehead, James Hathaway, Ambrose Barnett and George Rogers were asked to appraise the estate. The inventory returned in September 1778, gives no total but the estate was apparently relatively large.

Page 242
Charles Chilton, Gent. 1st Lieutenant; James Hathaway, 2nd Lieutenant and George Rogers, Ensign, are recommended…to be appointed to the said offices in Captain James Bell’s company.

Page 352
49. George ROGERS, 1764-1858, was a son of Henry and Elizabeth (LANKFORD) Rogers of Somerville, Fauquier Co., He married 27 October 1791, Elizabeth, 1772-1861. His father is listed among those who furnished supplies to the army.

Page 363
8. James Rogers, 1760-1840, had served as a guard under Lt John Combs of Fauquier escorting Hessian prisoners taken at Trenton from Noland’s Ferry to Albemarle Barracks. He volunteered as a horseman under William Triplett and was with him 20 Aug 1781. About 1783 he moved to Franklin Co. then called “New Virginia”.

Page 366
Another was Samuel Sands, one of Captain Tate’s men. He remembered the day vividly when he and his mounted companion were old men content to sit by the fireside. George Rogers, not quite sixteen, and his brother, James had brought his own horse down with Major Triplett with the intent of joining William Triplett’s company; George was from Francis Triplett’s own company of foot. Together they rode to Rugeley’s Mill on James horse and had a perfectly splendid time. Lord Cornwallis was, however, not amused. “Rugeley” he wrote grimly to Tarleton, “will not be made a brigadier.” Tarlton Memoirs.

Page 378
Peter Bashaw said that he accompanied them as far as Charlotte North Carolina and was discharged there. Most of the others took them as far as Salisbury, some forty miles further north. At Salisbury on the last day of February, with reluctance but with gratitude for what they had done, Francis Triplett signed discharges for James Emmons. John Fishback, Spencer Withers, George Rogers and Thomas O’Bannon. The last named was to continue on and take the sick and wounded Americans to Richmond.

Page 421 James Rogers volunteered again as a horseman under Captain William Triplett. He alone mentions that Francis Triplett was Colonel of the regiment only part of the time, and that his command was taken over by Colonel James Innes. His discharge was signed by Colonel Innes and Captain Triplett.

Page 422
George Rogers woke up in the middle of August with the firm conviction that he had been drafted and that his company had gone off without him. Accordingly he raced after them and caught up with them between Fredericksburg and Bowling Green. They told him he was mistaken about the draft, but it would be nice to have him along. He mentions that his Lieutenant was named Bradley, but he probably meant John Bradford. Who had taken the oath on the 23 of July. Armstead and Berryman Shumate also apparently served with Captain Thomas Helm, but their records are deficient in detail.

Page 473
ROGERS, Edward 1763-1813, Pvt., Fauq. Mil (DAR-PI)
ROGERS, George (W.10240 1764-1856. Pvt., Francis Triplett’s Co Fauq Mil., 1780 Pvt John Combs Co., Fauq. Mil., at Cowpens, Jan 1781, Pvt Thomas Helms Co., Col Wm Darke’s 4th Va Regt, Aug 1781, discharged May 1782
ROGERS, James, Pvt., Wm Triplett’s Cav Co., Fauq Mil 1781
ROGERS, Reuben, Pvt., Wm Triplett’s Cav Co., Fauq Mil 1781

Fauquier County, Virginia Will Book JOHN MINTER WILL pages 322-323:
John Minter (Will) date 14 Jan 1778
Wife Mary Minter, beloved wife - 1/3 of my estate during her natural life and then divided between my children, William, Elizabeth & Jacob Anthony - my tract of land whereon I now live.
Son Anthony my tract of land whereon I now live my still and worm - shall have a good country education when he shall arrive to age of Executors to a trade that they shall think will then suite his Genius and that he shall be educated from the profit arising from my said estate. to my children; William, Elizabeth, and Jacob, the rest of my estate to be equally divided William and Jacob when they come to age, that if my executors shall think proper, that then they shall be bound out to such trade that best suite their genius's Elizabeth shall be brought up by my sisters Rogers and that she shall be maintained from my said estate.
Executors: Charles Chilton, Joseph Minter, and George Rogers, Signed: John Minter Wit : Charles Chilton, Mary X Baley and George Rogers
Proved: 23 Feb 1778 by order of Mary Bailey and William Tomlin. Charles Chilton, Joseph Minter and George Rogers made an oath and granted cert. To obtain the probate.

SANDERS SAUNDERS FAMILY

1a. Rev Robert SANDERS/SAUNDERS m Ann NASH
1b. James SAUNDERS m. Elizabeth NASH.
        2a. Elijah SAUNDERS who married Judith UTTERBACK.

1a. Ann NASH married Rev Robert SANDERS/SAUNDERS
1b. Elizabeth NASH married James SAUNDERS
1c. Elijah SAUNDERS was killed in the Revolutionary War

Note: The NASH family was from Lancaster County, Virginia.

John Gott CD provided by June on Fauquier County. List: William Hunton, Robert Sanders, James Lewis and Kimber Barton, or any 3 of them, oath to appraise the estate of Elijah Nash, dec'd.

Thomas SANDERS brother of Gabriel SANDERS married Milly NEWBY about 1813

Rogers, John. 75G, Joseph Wheatley, 77M, 81HC-94H. D 2-50, 1763. Lease in
Manor of Leeds for lives of him of CULPEPER,and sons Henry and Stephen; 1777
& 1796 RR. M 4-421,1772.John Jr, son of John, levy free. M 5-208, 1774. Good
behaviour bond especially to Augustine Jennings; see Joseph Rogers and
Joseph Wheatley. M 10-377, 1793. Levy free. W 2-354, 1794. pr M 11-259,
December 1794 & 11-272 1795, by Matthew Neale, Daniel Greenwood and James
Dennis. Children: Henry, John, Stephen & Mary Rogers, and Margaret Mason;
Henry's wife Sarah, and son John.

Rogers, Henry, 77M-78 TU, 81HC,84, 88H-99B. 1770, 1777 AND 1796 Manor rent
rolls 200 a. from 1760. MB 3 23 1789 to Sally Jett-bd William+Jett. D
14-351,1799, Voted.

ROGERS TIME LINE NORTHERN VIRGINIA

William KEENE married Elizabeth ROGERS about 1663 in Stevens Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia

Elizabeth ROGERS married Joseph BALL about 1675 in Lancaster
County, Virginia

Virginia Colonial Abstracts Series 2, Vol 2 Lancaster County, Virginia Court Orders and Deeds 1656-1680

Page 290 Edward Dale to Elizabeth my daughter now wife of William Rogers son of Capt John Rogers of Nord co. 500 acres 12 Mar 1677

Elizabeth ROGERS (widow of William ROGERS) married Thomas BANKS
8 Dec 1687 in Northumberland County, Virginia

Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800 by Ida J. Lee, The Deitz Press, Richmond, Virginia, 1959.
ROGERS, Wm., of St Mary’s White Chappell Parish. 29 Apr 1728. recorded 14 Jun 1728.
Wife: Elizabeth. Sons: Jno, Wm., Rich’d, Daughters Elizabeth and Anne Exors: Wife and brother, Geo. Rogers, Witnesses Jno Rogers, Bryan Pullen and Chas Sanford. Will Book 12, page 65.

Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800 by Ida J. Lee, The Deitz Press, Richmond, Virginia, 1959.
ROGERS, Eliz. Widow of Wm R. of White Chappell. 17 Sep 1728. Rec 13 Nov 1728.
Sons: Wm Dodson. Dau: Ann Rogers. Others Thos, Robt, and Reuben Young, Chas Dodson. Exor: Thos. Young. Witnesses: Abraham Dale, Jos Rogers and Jno Roach. Will Book 12 page 76.

Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800 by Ida J. Lee, The Deitz Press, Richmond, Virginia, 1959.
ROGERS, William Estate. Recorded 11 Aug 1738.
George, Rogers, guardian OF Richard Rogers, orphan of Wm Rogers, deceased. Will Book 13 page 111. George Rogers, guardian of Richard, orphan of Wm Rogers, deceased 10 Oct 1740, dec 10 Oct 1740 Will Book 13 page 187

Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800 by Ida J. Lee, The Deitz Press, Richmond, Virginia, 1959.
ROGERS, John. 13 Feb 1750/1. Recorded 19 June 1752
Son: John Land purchased of John Aldridge in Northumberland. Wife Jane. Daughers: Eunice BAILEY, Ellen Rogers and Hannah Rogers. Son Charles. Exors: John Baile and Son Charles ROGERS. Witness, James Ball, Jr. Will Book 15, page 96.

Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800 by Ida J. Lee, The Deitz Press, Richmond, Virginia, 1959.
Rogers, Jane. 31 Jun 1760. recorded 10 Jun 1760.
Son Charles Rogers, Daughter Eunice Bailey, Ellen Carter, Hannah Chwning. Ex Son Charles. Witnesses, James Ball. Will Book 16, page 92

Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800 by Ida J. Lee, The Deitz Press, Richmond, Virginia, 1959.
ROGERS, john 11 Mar 1760. recorded 18 Apr 1760.
Mother Jane Rogers. Brother Charles Rogers. Sisters Names not given. Ellen Bailey, Cousin John Bailey. Ex Brother Charles Rogers. Witnesses: William Stamps, Sam’l Murphy. Will Book 16, page 84.

1a. William ROGERS and Elizabeth
        2a. Elizabeth ROGERS was born in 1704
International Genealogical Index

Northumberland County, Virginia
George ROGERS was born 19 Mar 1713 in Northumberland County, Virginia
.
1a. William ROGERS
        2a. Edward ROGERS was born about 1713 in Northumberland County,
        Virginia.
        International Genealogical Index

Northumberland County, Virginia
George ROGERS (son of Edward ROGERS) was born 15 Sep 1740 in St Stephens Parish, Northumberland County, Virginia

Edward ROGERS married Katherine EDWARDS 1 Sep 1750 in Lancaster
County, Virginia.

1a. Henry ROGERS married Elizabeth
        2a. George ROGERS was born 16 Feb 1764
International Genealogical Index

Elizabeth ROGERS married Joseph BALL in 1675 in Lancaster County, Virginia

1. Joseph ROGERS married Lucy BURGESS
2a. Elizabeth ROGERS was born about 1727 in Culpeper County, Virginia

Abstracts of Virginia’s Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys Hampshire, Berkeley, Loudoun, Fairfax, King George, Westmoreland, Richmond, Northumberland & Lancaster Counties 1697-1784 Volume IV Peggy Shomo Joyner
No Rogers Listed

    King George County, Virginia Will Book A-1 1721-1752 by George Harrison Sanford King
Will of William Berry mentions daughter Margaret ROGERS will dated 5 Feb 1720

King George County, Virginia Will Book A-1 1721-1752 by George Harrison Sanford King
Will of William STROTHER witnesses by R. Rogers dated 20 Nov 1732

King George County, Virginia Will Book A-1 1721-1752 by George Harrison Sanford King
Will of John NAYLOR “Item I give unto William Rogers the worth of seven pounds in clothing.

King George County, Virginia Will Book A-1 1721-1752 by George Harrison Sanford King
Will of Edmund DONAHUE “Lastly I do hereby appoint my good friends, Frances Thorton, John McCormack and John Rogers.

Abstracts of Virginia’s Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys Dunmore, Shenandoah, Culpeper,
Prince William, Fauquier, & Stafford Counties 1710-1780 by Peggy Shomo Joyner
Page 126 (Prince William) George Rogers, late from Lancaster; 27 Oct 1739 - 15 Apr 1740; 227 acres on Glady Branch, adjoining, Thomas Barton, Val Barton, Bradley Garner across the branch. Chain Carrier Thos Barton & John Siers. Marker - Daniel Diskin Surv. James Thomas Junior

Wills of Richmond County, Virginia 1699-1800 Robert K. Headley 1993 Clearfield Company
Page 34 William Rogers, verbal Will 19 Feb 1717, 4 Jun 1718 all
Estate to daughter Rebeckah; no executor: Witnesses Charles Snead, Thomas Turner, William Hunt.

Prince William County, Virginia Records
George ROGERS voted for Major Blackburn in the 1741 election of Burgesses for Prince William County, Virginia Source: Deed Book E, 1740-41, page 524 cited in the abstract by Sparacio, page 104.

Index of Western Dettingen Parish, Prince William County, Virginia
NO ROGERS

Prince William County, Virginia records provided by J.M. PADEN

Prince William County, Virginia Records
George ROGERS was a witness on 24 August 1748 to the indenture between
Charles BARTON of the Parish of Dettingen in the County of Prince William and Thomas HOGAN of the Parish of Hamilton & Co. of Prince William Source: Deed Book K, pp 69-71, cited by Sparacio, page 67

A list of Taxpayers for Hamilton Parish 1751
Rogers, George
NEWBY - none listed
BAILEY, James

Prince William County, Virginia Records
Property of George ROGERS was mentioned in a 28 Oct 1751 deed between
Thomas BARTON of PW and Jacob HOULSCLAW (probably HOLTSCLAW) of PW
County. Neighboring landowners to the tract involved were John MERCER and George ROGERS. Source: Deed Book M. pp. 187-188, cited p. 53 by Sparacio

Prince William County, Virginia Records
On 27 Nov 1752 George ROGERS, William CREEL, Joshua DODSON and Benjamin
NEALE were ordered to inventory and appraise the estate of Mary DAWKINS. Source: P.W. Minute Book 1752-53, page 75, cited by Sparacio on page 57.

Prince William County, Virginia Records
George ROGERS was among those ordered to inventory and appraise the estate of Henry WATKINS. (date not recorded by me.) Source: Prince William Order Book 1754-55, page 179, cited by Sparacio on page 51.

Prince William County, Virginia Records
George ROGERS appointed to grand jury on 26 May 1755. Source: Order Book 1754-55, page 225; cited by Sparacio, page 62

Prince William County, Virginia Records
        George ROGERS appointed to inventory and appraise estate of Agatha THORNTON. Source: Order Book 1754-1755; page 305; cited by Sparacio, page 77.

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories and Accounts 1759-1800, John Gott, 1972
Will Book 1 page 41-43 Bryan O’Bannon will dated 4 Sep 1760 proved 25 Feb 1762 by order of Elias Edmonds, Sam’l Earle, Jas Rogers.

1a. George ROGERS married Frances POLLARD about 1761 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        2a. Joseph ROGERS was born 3 Mar 1755 in King and Queen County, Virginia
        2b. William ROGERS was born 19 Mar 1760 in King and Queen County, Virginia
        2c. Lucy ROGERS was born 3 Jul1760 in King and Queen County, Virginia
        2d. Edmund P. ROGERS was born 5 Mar 1762 in King and Queen County, Virginia
        2e. William ROGERS was born 30 Sep 1763 in King and Queen County, Virginia.
        2f. George ROGERS was born in 1764 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        2g. Ann ROGERS was born in 1 Nov 1764 in King and Queen County, Virginia
        2h. Mary ROGERS was born in 1766 in King and Queen County, Virginia.
        2i. Thomas ROGERS was born in Mar 1766 in King and Queen County,
        Virginia.
        This is one mixed up family. - International Genealogical Index

Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 3 page 155-159 25-26 Mar 1768
Lease & Release. Between George Rogers & Elizabeth his wife, William Flourence, Jr. of Prince William County & Dittingen Parish…tract on Branches of Broad Run of Occoquan;;;granted 18 Nov 1740 to George Rogers…survey made by James Thomas, the Younger…west side of a Branch falling into the branch called fornicating Branch, called the Glady Branchland Corner to the land for Thomas Barton…side of Fornicating Branch opposite to land of Bradly Garner…227 acres…L50 Signed George Rogers, Betty(B) Rogers. Witness John (I) Siers, Henry Herryford, John Chilton 24 May 1768 acknowledged by George Rogers

King George County, Virginia Deed Book 1753-1773 Antient Press
Page 904-905
Indenture made 1st Apr 1771 between Margaret Rogers of one part and John Rogers …for sum five shillings…nature love and affection which she hath and beareth unto her son John Rogers…hath given him a tract of land in King George County with all appurtenances
Presence of Horatio Dade David Jones, William Bryan Margaret ROGERS
Court held 5 Sep 1771
1a. John ROGERS married Margaret
        2a. John ROGERS

Abstracts of Virginia’s Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys Dunmore, Shenandoah, Culpeper, Prince William, Fauquier, & Stafford Counties 1710-1780 by Peggy Shomo Joyner
Page 126 (Prince William) George Rogers, late from Lancaster; 27 Oct 1739 - 15 Apr 1740; 227 acres on Glady Branch, adjoining, Thomas Barton, Val Barton, Bradley Garner across the branch. Chain Carrier Thos Barton & John Siers. Marker - Daniel Diskin Surv. James Thomas Junior

Abstracts of Virginia’s Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys Dunmore, Shenandoah, Culpeper, Prince William, Fauquier, & Stafford Counties 1710-1780 by Peggy Shomo Joyner
Page 91(Prince William County) Thomas BARTON, 26 Oct 1739-15 Apr 1740; 491 acres on Hungar Run adjoining George Rogers, Joseph Gibson, John Glasscock. From Wart-survey to be made for John Siers. CC - George Rogers & John Siers. Marker Samuel Farmer. Surv. James Thomas Junr.

Abstracts of Virginia’s Northern Neck Warrants & Surveys Dunmore, Shenandoah, Culpeper, Prince William, Fauquier, & Stafford Counties 1710-1780 by Peggy Shomo Joyner
Page 121 (Prince William County) Simon Miller, no wart, survd 17 Mar 1755; 575 acres on Goose Creek. In Prince Wm & Fairfax Cos. On Cromwell’s Run adjoining Burgess, John Grant, Triplet, Nicholas Thon
CC Robert Bolt & Mallikey Comens. Marker Wm Furr. Surv. W. West. Filed in Oversize Box

Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 2
Pages 50-55 28 July 1763. Lease Between Thomas Lord Fairfax and John Rogers of Culpeper County…tract in manor of Leeds….225 acres… Beg..Neal’s lott line…corner to Jett’s Lott crossing Thumb Run ….. Norman Lott Line… corner ….. line of George’s lott, cornerner to Neal Ju’r’s Lott….during his natural life and lives of Henry Rogers and Stephen Rogers his sons. Yearly rent of 45s ster. Sgined Fairfax recorded 29 July 1763, acknowledged by Lord Fairfax.

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories and Accounts 1759-1800
Will Book 1 page 118-120 George ROGERS appraised the Inventory of Robert Mattis. Other appraiser were James Bayley and John Tomlin 22 Jun 1767

Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 3
Pages 155-159 25-26 March 1768 Lease & Release. Between George Rogers and Elizabeth, his wife, William Flourence, Jr. of Prince William County and Dittingen Parrish…. Tract on branches of Broad Run of Occoquan granted 18 Nov 1740 to George Rogers……survey made by James Thomas, the Younger….west side of a Branch falling into the branch called Fornicating Branch, called the Glady Branchland Corner to the land surveyed for Valentine Barton and John Sias…corner to land surveyed for Thomas Barton…sied of Fornicating Branch opposited to land of Bradly Garner….227 acres ….L 50 Signed George Rogers, Betty (B) Rogers, Witness: John Seirs, Henry Herryford, John Chilton, recorded 24 May 1768, acknowledged by George Rogers.

Yates and William Rogers were acting exors. of last will and testament of William Conner, late, of
Caroline Co., dec'd. 1/20 1769

28 July 1763. Lease. Between Thomas Lord Fairfax and John Rogers of
Culpeper Co. ...tract in Manor of Leeds ... 225 acres...Beg. ... Neal's lott line
... corner to Jett's Lott crossing Thumb Run ... Norman's Lott line ... George's
Lott ... corner to Neal Ju'r's. Lott ...during his natural life and lies of
Henry Rogers and Stephen Rogers, his sons ... yearly rent of 45s. ster.
Signed: Fairfax. Recorded 29 July 1763, ack. by Lord Fairfax

Fauquier County Deed Book 3 page 370-373 20 Jan 1769 Between James Allan and James Hunter, Gentleman surviving exors of the last will and testament of John Allan late of the Town of Fredericksburg
Merchant deceased… and George Yates and William ROGERS acting exors of the last will and testament
Of William CONNER, late of Caroline County deceased 24 Apr 1769

Fauquier Will Book 1 page 181-182 George Rogers was an executor in the Will of Carr Bailey dated 6 Oct 1770

1770 Rent Roll, Fauquier County, Virginia George Rodgiers George Rogers Henry Rogers (Leeds Manor)
Fauquier CountyDeed Book 3 23 May 1771 (B&S) and John Tomlin…141 acres corner to Morris..corner to Morris and Hedges to Rogers..hickory in Wm Chilton’s line signed
And witnessed by John Tomlin

Fauquier County Deed Book 3 page 331-334 23 May 1771 B & S Between as above and George Rogers …. 131 arcres …part of Kettle Run tract..L65.10 with patent line and Debutts line.

Fauquier Page 140 (Fauquier) John Leechman 20 Nov 1771 - 19 May 1772; same land James Seirs got wart for 10 July 1769 and did not renew; 83 acres on branch of Broad Run adjoining George ROGERS (NOW Wm Florence), John Glasscock, Thomas Barton (now Holtzclaw) Bradley Garner (now Baxter’s) CC John & Wm Leachman. Surv. John MOFFETT

Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 4
Pages 275-277. 28 Oct 1771. B & S Bet Archibald Allen & Abigail his wife and Wharton Ransdell..L52tract…on east side of branch of the North Fork of Cedar Run…line of marked trees of Rev Laurence Debutts and corner tree to John Blowers…Rev Mr James Scott;s line..corner to Thomas Barber and John Blowers…108 acres. Signed: Archibald Allen, Abigail Allan. Witness Jas Scott, Jr., Randolph Spicer, George ROGERS recorded 28 Oct 1771 by order of witnesses.

Fauquier County Pages 329-331 Book 4 23 May 1771 B & S Landon Carter and Charles Carter AND john Tomlin … 141 acres…Corner to Morris…corner to Morris and Hedges. Corner to Rogers..south branch of Broad Run in the Broad Run Patent Line..Signed

Fauquier County Deed Pages 329-331 Book 423 May 1771 B & S Landon Carter and Charles Carter and George ROGERS ……131 acres ….. part of Kettle Run Tract…L65.10 with patent line and Debutts line signed wit, recorded

1773 Rent Roll, Fauquier County, Virginia Edward Rogers (Landholders Names) John Rogers
Fauquier Will Book 1 page 215-216 Chas ROGERS appraised the inventory of John BALL who died in Lancaster County, Virginia Inventory dated 19 July 1773

Deed Book 6 9 Feb 1774 Bill of Agreement between Walker Taliaferro of Caroline county and Samuel Love of Loudoun County witness Catesby Woodford and Joseph Rogers 24 Oct 1774

Fauquier Will Book 1 page 243-245 Edward ROGERS name appears in the Estate Account of Nimrod Ashby dated 20 Apr 1774

Fauquier County Deed Book 6 page 180-182 Mortgage Between William Lane and John Likely ….. horse
Bought of Henry ROGERS…. 28 Aug 1775

Fauquier Will Book 2 page 35-37 George Rogers mentioned in the Estate Account of Capt George Neaville dated 25 Sep 1775.

Fauquier Will Book 2 page 162 Peter Carter Inventory no date appraised by Wm Hunton, John Rogers Junior, Thomas Sanders.

Fauquier Will Book 1 page 288-289 George Rogers, John Tomlin and Ambrose Barnett appraised the Inventory of William CHILTON dated 26 Aug 1776

Virginia/West Virginia Genealogical Data from Revoluntionary War Pension and Bounty Land Warrant Records, Vol 4. [Many abbreviations were used - I have spelled out the words to make reading easier. I used the abbreviation legend from the from of the book] Rogers, Edward, entered service 1776 in VA regiment; died 7/25/1813; married 6/23/1790 Elizabeth Hathaway (marriage bond 6/21/1790, signed by Robert Gibson, witnessed by Francis Brooke0 Fauquier Co, VA, per certificate by that County clerk of court William H. Jennings 1849; widow pensioned age 75 Bullitt Co., KY 1849; Sinah Gibson Aff then Mason Co., KY, age 78 she knew soldier and wife in Fauquier Co., VA, before they married, Sinah widow of Revolutionary War soldier Robert Gibson; query letter in pension file says soldier died on his farm on Floyd's Fork about 12 miles from Louisville, KY; query letter from 1928 from great granddaughter Mrs. J. R. Holsclaw, Sheperdsville, KY, says soldier's widow died 11/12/1850, and querier granddaughter of soldier and widow's son, Reverend George L (born 1793, died 1892), also soldier and widow buried in the old home burial grounds at Sheperdsville, KY; query letter from 1927 from great great granddaughter Ada C (Mrs. C.S.) Shuford, Norfolk, VA, says she is great granddaughter of soldier's son George L who lived for a number of years in Bullitt Co., KY, near Zoneton and died there in 1892.
        History of the Utterback Family in America, by William I. UTTERBACK 1937.
        Page 49
        66. Judith UTTERBACK born March 31, 1777, in the Old Germantown district, Fauquier County,
        Virginia. (daughter of Harman UTTERBACK and Elizabeth CRUMP Died Dec 4 1853, in northern
        Culpeper County, Virginia. Married 22 Dec 1801 to Elijah SANDERS born Aug 4, 1772 in
        Northumberland County, Virginia; was the son of Capt Edward SANDERS of the Revolution and
        the great grandson of Old Edward SANDERS, a Knight of the Golden Horsehoe died Jan 20, 1839
        on his large estate near Jeffersonton, Culpeper County, Virginia
178.          Adeline SANDERS born 1802 married Captain Elias EDMONDS
179.          Mildred SANDERS born 1803 in Culpeper County, Virginia died 15 Feb 1842
180.          Gustavus SANDERS born July 19, 1804 in Culpeper County, Virginia
181.          William SANDERS born 1805 died Aug 1, 1843 in Culpeper County, Virginia
182.          Mima SANDERS BORN 1806 died Nov 29, 1844 in Culpeper County, Virginia
183.          Addison H. SANDERS born Mar 19, 1807 in Culpeper County, Virginia died Mar 1849 (an indefinite report that he had a son, Richard, who married Mary GRAYSON
184.          Edward Ned SANDERS born October 29, 1808 in upper Culpeper County, Virginia. Died Mar 1, 1866 near Bromley, Culpeper County, Virginia
185.          Esther SANDERS born 1809 in Culpeper County, Virginia died October 3, 1846.
186.          Octavia M. SANDERS born Sep 21, 1812 in upper Culpeper County, Virginia
187.          John A. SANDERS born 11 Apr 1816 in Upper Culpeper County, Virginia
188.          Elijah Coleman SANDERS born Oct 3, 1817 in upper Culpeper County, Virginia
Died Oct 12 1900, Near Bromley, Virginia buried in the Thornton Utterback Burial Ground; his “call Name” Coleman was taken from his near kinsman, Robert Coleman founder of the town of Culpeper, whose daughters, Gill, Ann, Lucy, and Sarah, married respectively these eminent Virginians: Gen Edward Stevens, Major Samuel Clayton, Col John Slaughter and his son Capt Philip Slaughter of the Revolution; E. Coleman Sanders married Mildred M. WALLIS born 1820 died Dec 8, 1875; no issue.
NOTE: Jim Burgess descended from Harman UTTEBACK and Elizabeth CRUMP.

Fauquier County, Virginia Court Records 1776-1782 by John K. Gott, Heritage Books. 1993

November Court 1777 (24 November)
Page 25 Charles Chilton, Gent., First Lt., James Hathaway, 2nd Lt, and George Rogers , Ensign are recommended.. to be appointed to the said offices in Capt James Bell’s Company.
Fauquier County, Virginia Court Records 1776-1782
February Court 1778 (23 Febr)
Will of John Minter, deceased proved by order of Mary Bailey and William Tomlin, witnesses Joseph Minter, Charles Chilton, and George Rogers exors. Granted certificate for obtaining a probate.

"Thomas or Thomas Sanders, Mary VA Line R9216, sol m Mary "Molly" Rogers June 2, 1785 in Fauquier Co. VA, sol was born 22 Jun 1752 or 1753 & his wife Mary "Molly" was b. 5 Dec 1758, sol d 3 Jan 1832 in Bullitt Co. KY & his wid appl there 7 Jan 1846, on 30 Mar 1852 a John T Sanders aged 33 (he was oldest child of his father who was not named) stated his grandmother Mary Sanders had d leaving only 3 child John W. & Joseph Sanders & Harriot Gore & in 1852 only Joseph & Harriot were alive, ren; family data of sol's children; Harriot b. 13 May 1787 & she m. A. gore 21 Dec 1835, John Winal b. 28 Feb 1789, George b. 12 Dec 1790 & m Elizabeth Hansbroug 20 Apr 1814, Joseph b. 28 Mar 1793 & he m. Susan W. Summers 29 Mar 1821, & Sally b. 8 Aug 1795 m. Abner Gore 11 Feb, 1821, deaths shown were; George Saunders d 13 Oct 1822, Elizabeth wife of George Saunders d 23 Apr 1830, Sally Gore d 19 Nov 1834, Mary Jane Saunders d 13 May 1836"
Provided by Mary Sanders Louks Abstracts of Rev. War Pension files under SAUNDERS pg 3022 sol=soldier
Rogers, George, born February 1764 Fauquier Co, VA, where he enlisted from in 1780 in VA Company; he pensioned in 1832 in Wayne Co., KY, where he died 11/28/58; married 10/27/1791 Elizabeth, who pensioned at age 88 in Wayne Co., KY in 1860, and granted bounty land warrant 10240 there then; children mentioned but not named; James Rogers (no kinship given) County Justice of the Peace there in 1850; query letter says George Rogers/Rodgers of VA served as a naval officer in Revolutionary War, wife Betty, their children: Sally married Robert Matthews, Edward married Elizabeth Hathaway, Molly married Thomas Sanders, and George Jr married Elizabeth Randall.
1777 Rent Roll, Fauquier County, Virginia George Rogers Henry Rogers (Leeds Manor) John Rogers (Leeds Manor)
Fauquier County, Virginia Court Records 1776-1782
June Court 1778 (22 June 1778)
B&S John Hall and Elizabeth his wife, George Grubbs and Elizabeth his wife to Henry Griffin. Proved by order of George Rogers, a witness.
Fauquier County, Virginia Court Records 1776-1782
September Court (1778 28 Sept)
Charles Chilton, Capt., Hamilton Parish, and Betty or Elizabeth his wife and Francis McMeekin, tract adjoining George Rogers, Ambrose Barnett, and said Chilton east side of Rogers Spring Branch 15 acres signed Charles Chilton abd Betty James Hathaway, 1st Lt George Rogers, 2nd Lt, and William Warren, Ensign are recommended to His Excellency the Governor as proper persons to be appointed to the said offices in the Militia of this County.
Fauquier County, Virginia Court Records 1776-1782
June Court (1779 28 June)
Benjamin Ball a 1st Lt., and George Rogers a 2nd Lt in the Militia of this county and the oath administered to them.
Fauquier County, Virginia Court Records 1776-1782
Court 25 July 1780
Thomas Obannon, Plt ag. Joseph Rogers, deft. In Case. Agreed the Deft paying the costs.
Fauquier County, Virginia Court Records 1776-1782
June Court 1782 (24 June)
Report of a Jury on an acres of land pet. For by Williams Edmonds, Gent. In order to erect a Water Mill…the same being the property of the heirs of James Scott, deceased have valued the same… to L3 1 June 1782. James Bell, George Carter, John Coppedge, John Cooke, James Hathaway, Obadia Pettitt, William Russell, James Stewart, William Stewart, Robert Layton, George Rogers, Wharton Ransdell order that the said acres of land be condemned for that purpose.

Fauquier Will Book 1 page 322-323 George Rogers , Mary x Bailey and William Tomlin witnessed the Will of John MINTER 14 Jan 1778

Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 5
Pages 545-547 28 Sep 1778 B & S between Charles Chilton of Hamilton Parish and Betty (or Elizabeth) his wife and Francis McMeckin. L230 tract adjoining Geoge Rogers, Ambrose Barnett & said Chilton. East side of Rogers Spring Branch…15 acres… Signed Charles Chilton, Betty Childon.. Recorded 28 Sep 1778 acknowledged by grantors

Lancaster Elizabeth ROGERS married Edw BLAKEMORE 8 May 1778 in Lancaster County, Virginia

Fauquier Will Book 1 page 357-358 George Rogers, Jas Hathaway, Ambrose Barnett appraised the Inventory of John Chilton 28 Sep 1778

Fauquier Will Book 2 page 29-30 Edward Fielding (inventory) appraised by Ambrose Barnett, George Rogers Junior No Date.

Fauquier Will Book 2 page 30-31 Doctor Richard L. Hall (Estate Account) received of the widow Newby Rent for 2 years 1781-1782 by the hands of Mr Geo. Rogers……Eliza Newby for rent for the year 1783.
1782 Dodd, Jordan R, et. al. Early American Marriages: Virginia to 1850. Bountiful, UT: Precision Indexing Publishers, 19xx. Pullen, Henry married Rogers, Hannah on 11 Dec 1782 in Lancaster County, Virginia
Fauquier County, Virginia Deed Book 8 page 77-81 24 Nov 1783 B &S between Francis McMeekin of Hamilton Parish and Ambrose BARNETT l21 tract…adjoining the land of George Rogers, Charles Chilton and the said Barnett…Rogers spring branch. 15 acres…except one square acres including the house now built beginning in the said Barnett’s line in the road that leads to Broad Run Meeting house….signed Francis McMeekin, Mary McMeekin Witness Richard Fisher, Joseph Minter recorded 25 Nov 1783, acknowledged by grantors.

Culpeper County, Virginia Elizabeth ROGERS married Benjamin SMITH 30 Sep 1784 in Culpeper County, Virginia

Fauquier Will Book 2 page 198-199 George Rogers mentioned in the Administrator Account of Bryant Thornhill Dated 24 Ma y 1790

1a. George ROGERS married Elizabeth REYNOLDS 27 Oct 1791 in Fauquier County,
        Virginia
        2a. James ROGERS was born in 1792 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        2b. George ROGERS was born in 1793 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        2c. William ROGERS was born in 1795 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        2d. Josiah ROGERS was born in 1797 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        2e. Nancy ROGERS was born 6 May 1799 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        moved to Wayne County, Kentucky
        2f. Rhoda ROGERS was born in 1799 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        2g. Ann ROGERS was born in 1801 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        2h. Elizabeth ROGERS was born in 1803 in Fauquier County, Virginia
        2i. Janetta ROGERS was born in 1805 in Fauquier County, Virginia
    International Genealogical Index

Fauquier Will Book 3 page 289 William Chilton (Inventory) date 2 Jan 1792 divided by Ambrose Barnett, Thos Ransdell, George Rogers Junior.

Fauquier County, Virginia Will Book 2
Page 213: George Rogers Will Date: 4 May 1792 Wife: Betty Rogers - all real and personal estate during her natural life Son: George - slave Sons: George and Edward - the land I now live on - 1/5 part each of estate Dau: Betty Newby - 1/5 part after her death "her proportion of Negroes be sold and equally divided among all my other children." Dau: Mary Sanders - 1/5 part Dau: Sally Matthews - 1/5 part of estate in trust to "my Trust friends Ambrose Barnett, George Rogers and Edward Rogers" for her and her children during her natural life, the 1/5 part shall be equally divided by the said Barnett, George and Edward Rogers among the children of my said daughter Exors: Sons George and Edward Signed: George Rogers Wit: Samuel Steele, Henry Steele, Robert Gibson Proved: 24 September 1792
Fauquier Will Book 2 page 256 George Rogers Senior (Inventory)
Date 10 Jan 1793 Approved by Samuel Steele, Thos Ransdell, James Hathaway.
Total Evaluation L564.1.0 Returned 28 Jan 1793

22 Dec 1794 in Fauquier County, Virginia
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN I John Rogers of ye County of Fauq'r & in ye State of Virginia in perfect sense and sound memory, duly weighing ye uncertainty of human affairs, do make and ordain this my Last will & Testament in manner and form following Imprimis I give my Immortal part to ye blessed devine Author and my body in ye earth to be enterd in such desent sort as my hereafter Excr's shall think propper. Item I give and bequeath to my beloved son Henry Rogers my Lot & Lease of Land that I now live on in during his life & to his wife Sarah Rogers in during hir Widowhood, provided she the sd. Sarah Rogers should out live hir husband & after their death I give ye above said Lease to my grand son John Rogers ye son of Henry Rogers for ye term of the tenor of ye Lease of Land aforesaid, & I also give unto my son Henry Rogers two pewter dishes & eight pewter plates & one pair of iron wedges. Item I give and bequeath to my grand son John Rogers ye son of Henry Rogers one small Cow & calf & one Green Rugg Item all yes rest of my Estate both within and without doors I give and bequeath to my four Children to wit, Stephen Rogers & John Rogers and Mary Rogers & Margrett Mason after my Lawfull debts is paid of & my burring Expenses is paid of also Lastly I do ordain and appoint my loving son Henry Rogers my whole & sole Excr. of this my last will & testament hereby revoking all other wills by me before made whereby I do hereby set my hand and seal this Eight day of August One thousand seven Hundred & Ninety four. his John X Rogers (SEAL) Sig'n Sealed & delivered mark in presents of us Dan'l Greenwood James Dennis Matthew Neale At a Court held for Fauquier County the 22'd day of December 1794. This will was proved by the oath of Matthew Neale a witness thereto and ordered to be Certified; And at a Court held for the said County the 23'd day of February 1795 the same was further proved by the oaths of James Dennis and Daniel Greenwood Witnesses thereto and ordered to be recorded. And on the motion of Henry Rogers the Executor therein named who made oath and together with Augustine Jennings his Security entered into and acknowledged bond in the penalty of One thousand dollars conditioned as the law directs, Certificate is granted him for obtaining a probate thereof in due form. Teste: F. Brooke, C.C.

Will Book 3 page 354-355
John Rogers Will dated 8 Aug 1794
Son Henry - my lot and lease of Land that I now live on in during his life and to his wife Sarah Rogers in during her widowhood…after their death to my grandson John Rogers ye son of Henry ROGERS ….also
    2 pewter dished and eight pewter plates and one pair iron wedges.
Grandson John Rogers ye son of Henry, one small cow and calf and one green rug
Children: All ye rest of my estate both within and with out doors I give to my four children to wit Stepehn Rogers, John Rogers, Mary Rogers and Margarett Mason
Exor son Henry Rogers
Signed John x Rogers
Wit Dan;l Greenwood, James Dennis, Matthew Neale
Proved 22 Dec 1794 by order of Matthew Neale; 23 Feb 1795 proved by order of James Dennis and Daniel Greenwood. Henry Rogers executor made oath with Augusting Jennings, his sec., with bond of $,000 with Augustine Jennings, his security with bond of $1,000 granted certificate to obtain probate.

Will Book 3 page 359-360 John Rogers Inventory date 13 Mar 1795 appraised by John Dearing, Clement Norman, Joseph Morgan, no total returned 27 Apr 1795

Fauquier Will Book 3 page 375-376 Robert Rogers Inventory dated 23 July 1795 appraised by Wm Clarkson, Aquila Davis, Matte Neale details: a small parcell of books returned 23 Sep 1795.

Fauquier Will Book 3 page 38-39 John Tomlin Senior (Inventory) appraised by James McClanahan, George Rogers, Thomas Chilton, Ambrose Barnett 26 Dec 1796

Fauquier Will Book 3 page 4142 John Tomlin (Division of Estate) Date 27 Jan 1797 details Joseph Minter, John Tomlin, William Tomlin and Joseph Tomlin division by Thomas Chilton, Ambrose Barnett, James McClanahan, George Rogers dated 27 Feb 1797

Fauquier Will Book 3 page 48, 50 George Parnach Inventory dated 24-25 Feb 1797 appraised by William Bradford, James Hunton, George Rogers, William Hunton Junior also page 9395 division of Personal estate 10 July 1797. also page 103-104 George Rogers listed in Administrator’s account of George Parnach

Fauquier Will Book 3 page 295 William Sanford Picket (Account of Sales 12 Sep 1798 Hugh Rogers

Fauquier Will Book 3 page 206 James Hathaway (inventory) appraised by Thomsa Chilton, Ambrose Barnett, George Rogers 28 Jun 1799

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1800-1865 Dee Ann Buck
Fauquier County, Virginia
ROGERS, George - Apprmt-14 Nov 1825, value of estate $831.64 for household items, plantation utensils, stock & slaves, Prince $1, Lettice $0 & Sawney, $300, report prepared by Eppa Nash, Wm Stewart & Philip s. Johnson received by John A.W. Smith, Book 9 328.

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1800-1865 Dee Ann Buck
Rogers, George-Amin.Acct 22 Sep 1828-28 Nov 1828, administer M.A. Chilton Balance of estate
$59.31, report reviewed by John A.W. Smith, Book 9 page 328

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1800-1865 Dee Ann Buck
ROGERS, Hugh (of Loudoun Co., Va= Will-9 Dec 1845, 22 Jan 1855, All property (except slaves) sold and put into a trust fund controlled by Hamilton Rogers and William Rogers, slaves divided among wife and children, none to be sold out of stat, unless for misconduct, Wife: not named to receive 1/3 of trust paid
Quarterly, rest divided among the Children: Elizabeth Swart, Ann, McIlhany, Martha Sowers, Mary Rogers, Sarah Davidson &Susan Spillman, Exrs: Hamilton Rogers & Wm Rogers, Witness H.B. Powell, Lloyd Noland & H.H. Hamilton; Book 25 page 39

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1800-1865 Dee Ann Buck
ROGERS, Mary-Guardian acct-29 Oct 1828, 26 May 1832 guardian Mark A. Chilton, her siblings
Elizabeth and George were also named in this report, Book 12, 325.

Fauquier November 26, 1835 Court page 387
The Administration of William Rogers deceased formerly an Officer in the Revolutionary Army, is granted to Thomas Fisher

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1800-1865 Dee Ann Buck
ROGERS, Susannah-Will-9 Nov 1858, 2 Dec 1858, Sister: Frances Bennet (her husband Alex H. BENNETT) to receive real & personal during their life time, at their death following slaves to the children: Niece Laura Robert Bennett to received Mary & her children Anna, Ada & Ginnett, Niece: Mary E. Bennett to received Slave, Niece Isabella C. Bennett to receive slave Wallace (boy), Niece: Almira J. BENNETT to received slave Cornelia, Nieces Virginia E. Triplett, Ann M. Walker and Amy J. GREEN, to receive $500 each, Nephews, Samuel C. Bennett * Henry T. Bennett $500 each, Rest of estate divided between 3 Nephews: Wm D Bennett, Oscar A. Bennett &* Marshall Clay Bennet & 4 nieces; Mary E. Bennett, Isabella c. Bennett, Almira J. Bennett & Laura Roberta Bennett, extra gifts to Isabella C. Bennett & Laura Bennett of 2 beds & furniture, Exrs Alex H Bennett, friend, Wit: D.W. Allan, J W. Allen & M.L. Allan; Book 28, page 16

Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1800-1865 Dee Ann Buck
ROGERS, Susannah-Appraisement 26 Jan 1859, 27 Jan 1859, value of estate $9700 for household items & slaves: Hannah $1000, Lemuel $900, Frank $500, Cornelia $200, Mary (disease) $500, Anna $800Gennette $425, Ada $650, Sandy $1200, Jeff $1000, Sarah $1000, Julia $300, Wallace $150 & Emily $1000, report prepared by E.W. Eastham, James T. Colbert & W. H. Wheatley Book 28, page 64

Following Information on John ROGERS prepared by Ruth Patrignani
John Rogers of Stafford County, Virginia

1a. John ROGERS           died 11 Jun 1760 in Stafford County, Virginia. John ROGERS
        married Mary NEWTON who was the daughter of Benjamin NEWTON and Mary
        GRIGSBY
        Mary NEWTON GRIGSBY married Mr MEES after Benjamin NEWTON died
        Stafford County, Virginia Will Book M page 513 Will proved 9 Jun 1747 the
        following is mentioned grandson, William TRAVERSE; grand daughter, Margrett
        TRAVERSE; grand daughter, Lettice TRAVERSE; grandson, William ROGERS;
       Mary COULGHCLOUGH, the wife of William CLOUGHCLOUGH; grandson
       Grigsby ROGERS; She names Grigsby ROGERS her executor.)
       
       Stafford County, Virginia Will Book O page 379 The will lists son, Grigsby
       ROGERS; daughter, Mary COLCLOUGH, and son, William ROGERS - William
       ROGERS was the executor.
       2a. Grigsby ROGERS married Grace
        3a. Anne ROGERS was born 11 Oct 1750 in Saint Paul’s Parish, Stafford County,
        Virginia
        3b. Mary ROGERS was born 30 Mar 1752 in Saint Paul’s Parish, Stafford
        County, Virginia

William COLCLOUGH and Mary ROGERS
    
       2b. Mary ROGERS married William COLCLOUGH 30 Dec 1741 in Saint Paul’s
        Parish, Stafford County, Virginia. William COLCLOUGH died before 12 Jun
        1783 in Warren County, Virginia
        3a. John COLCLOUGH
        3b. Rice COLCLOUGH
        3c. William COLCLOUGH
        3d. Margaret COLOUGH married Mr SHEARIN
        3e. Jean COLCLOUGH married Mr. MOSELY
        3f. Ann COLCLOUGH married Mr. MITCHELL
        4a. Seley MITHCEL
        3g. Elizabeth COLCLOUGH married Mr SHEARIN
        3h. Mary Frances COLCLOUGH
        3i. Bethland COLCLOUGH
   
        William COLCLOUGH will was proved proved 12 Jun 1783 Warren County,
        North Carolina Will book 2 p12 Warren Co, NC - names Mary, executrix; sons
        John, Rice and William; daughters, Margaret Shearin, Jean Mosely, Ann Mitchell,
        Elizabeth Shearin and Mary, Frances and Bethland; granddaughter Seley Mitchell.
        Wit: John Colclough, Rice Colclough and Newton Foote.

      2c. William ROGERS married Frances HOOE
        3a. Rice ROGERS was born on 17 Jun 1746 in Saint Paul’s Parish, Stafford
        County, Virginia
        3b. Bethelan ROGERS was born on 13 Mar 1747/48 in Saint Paul’s Parish,
        Stafford County, Virginia
        3c. Robert ROGERS was born on 9 Oct 1753 in Saint Paul’s Parish, Stafford
        County, Virginia
        3d. Margaret ROGERS was born on 17 Aug 1756 in Saint Paul’s Parish, Stafford
        County, Virginia
        3e. Winifred ROGERS was born on 21 Mar 1759 in Saint Paul’s Parish, Stafford
        County, Virginia.
     3f. William ROGERS
    
John CHANDLER and Betheland ROGERS
   
        3b. Betheland ROGERS b 13 Mar 1747 St Paul’s Parish, Stafford Co, VA married 17
        SEP 1767 John CHANDLER
        4a. Stephen CHANDLER b 1768
           4b. William CHANDLER b 1772

Robert ROGERS and Joanna WARREN

        3c.Robert ROGERS b 9 Oct 1753 St. Paul’s Parish, Stafford Co, VA
mar probably Charles Co, MD Joanna WARREN daughter of Notley and Sarah WARREN Robert ROGERS died 1795 in Fauquier Co, VA Joanna WARREN ROGERS died 27 Mar 1827 in Fauquier Co, VA
   
          Revolutionary Patriots of Charles County, Maryland 1775-1783 by Henry C.
        Peden, Jr. p 254 - “ROGERS, Robert. Corporal, Militia, 12th Battalion, Capt.
        John Hanson’s Company, 1777 [Ref: M-158]. Took the Oath of Allegiance in
        1778 [Ref: AA-641]. Resident of Port Tobacco East Hundred in 1778 [Ref: Q-
        I:297], Constable, 1778 [Ref: CC-709]. Rendered patriotic service by providing
        wheat for the use of the military in May 1783 [Ref: N-599]. Robert Rogers
        married Joanna Warren, daughter of Notley and Sarah Warren, prior to 1784 and
        moved to Fauquier County, Virginia after 1790 [Ref: Harry Wright Newman’s
        Charles County Gentry, p 303]

          The Maryland Militia in the Revolutionary War by S. Eugene Clements and F.
        Edward Wright p 158 - Robt. Rogers, Corpl is listed under Charles County, 12th
        Battalion - 1777/Capt Jno. Hanson’s Muster roll of Militia

          Vol V p 279 Charles Co, MD - Robert ROGERS bought a parcel of land called
        Frailty from James and Sarah MADDOCKE - 17 July 1778

          Deed Book 6 p 308 King George Co, VA - Robert RODGERS of Charles Co,
        MD sold the following slaves to John GORDON of King George Co, VA: Jude,
        Alice,little Jude, Phill, Hugh - 1778

        Charles Co, Maryland Wills, Administration Accounts, Inventories and Orphan
        Court Proceedings 1770-1780 p 75 - [p177] “Charity WARREN, daughter of
        Notley WARREN, 13 years old next Nov 9, is hereby put under the guardianship
        of Robert ROGERS and the estate of Charity to be delivered to sd ROGERS. Bond
        taken Jun 27, 1778, Ed Scott Ware & Rand Brandt, securities”
        Also page 77 [p184] “Guardian’s Bond. Charity WARREN, orphan of Notley
        WARREN. Robert ROGERS, guardian (appointed last on the 17th day of this
        instant by Orphan Court), bond Jun 27, 1778, 1000£; Edward Scott Ware, and Rand
        Brandt of CC, planters, securities. (The final settlement of Notley WARREN’S
        estate was by Sarah MADDOX, formerly Sarah WARREN, widow of Notley, the
        executrix).”

        1778 Maryland census - Port Tobacco - John CHANDLER, Robert ROGERS;
        Benedict 100 - William ROGERS
        Vol. Z p105 & 107 Charles Co, MD - Robert and Joanna ROGERS exchanged
        Frailty with Thomas HUNGERFORD for Batchelors Delight - 23 Dec 1784

        Vol D p 59 Charles Co, MD - names Robert ROGERS as attorney agent for James
        Maddocke - 19 April 1787
        Book K-4 p 6 Charles Co, MD - Robert and Joanna ROGERS sold Batchelors
        Delight - 8 March 1790

        Land Records 1786-1790 Charles Co, Maryland - p 641 - Bill of Sale, recorded at
        the request of Richard Mason. I, Robert ROGERS of CC, for 230 pounds, sell to
       Richard Mason of CC, the following Negroes: Jimmy, Phill, Ned, Isdaac, Alice, Jude,
       Jack, Sarah, Jim - signed Feb 8, 1790 Robert ROGERS Wit: Daniel Jenifer, B Fendall
       recorded Feb 16, 1790
       Book 2 p 375 Fauquier Co, VA - lists the inventory for Robert ROGERS’ estate -
       June 1795          

      Book 15 p 458 Fauquier Co, VA - “Know all men by these presents that I Joanna
      ROGERS of the county of Fauquier state of VA for and in consideration of the natural l
      love and affection I bear to my daughter, Sally ROGERS & for further consideration of
      5 shillings cash to me in hand - gave Negro girl Nance 1st day Nov 1802 - court held
      30 Sept 1803. This deed of gift was proved to be the act and deed of said Joanna
      ROGERS by oath of Elizabeth DEARING, a witness.

      Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1800-1865 Dee Ann Buck
       ROGERS, Robert - Admin Acct 18 Apr 1805, 23 Apr 1805 administer Joanna Rogers, balance of estate
       159 pounds 11 shillings, 4 pence, report by Wm Clarkson, Thomas Hughs, & James Wilson, received by
       F. Brooke: Book 4 page 76.
       
      Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1800-1865 Dee Ann Buck
       ROGERS, Robert Admin Acct-18 Apr 1805, 23 Apr 1805, administer Joanna Rogers, balance of estate
       $270.24, report reviewed by Benj R. Bradford & Stephen Chilton, received by John A. W., SMITH book
       10 page 26
   
       Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1800-1865 Dee Ann Buck
      ROGERS, Joanna-Apprmt-5 Mar 1827, value of estate $3698.19 for food stuff,
      horses, household items, stock and slaves: Mariah $270, Jane $270, Hannah $270,
      Linda $260, Judith & infant Thomspon $ $250, Charles $275, Daniel $240, Joseph
      $225, Shelton, $175, Adam $175, Alexander $110, Louisa $110, Susan Ann $70,
      Albert $80, Jack $300, & James $350, report prepared by Mason Priest, James Payne,
      & Tiffany Templeman, received by John A.W. Smith Book 10, 474
     
      Abstracts of Fauquier County, Virginia Wills, Inventories & Accounts 1800-1865 Dee Ann Buck
      ROGERS, Robert & Joanna, Appraisement 26 Feb 1831, 23 May 1831 administer
      Notley W. Rogers, balance of estate $538.31 Book 12 page 77

       Book 10 p 474 & 526 Fauquier Co, VA - lists the estate of Robert and Joanna
      ROGERS including a list of slaves - 23 June 1828
      Will Book 12 p 77 - more of the estate of Robert and Joanna ROGERS 23 May 1831

Children of Robert and Joanna WARREN ROGERS:

          4a. Frances ROGERS mar 1 Jun 1793 Fauquier Co, VA George DEARING
        4b. Ann ROGERS mar 30 Mar 1801 Fauquier Co, VA James DEARING
4c. Sally ROGERS mar 30 Oct 1802 Fauquier Co, VA Jeremiah DEARING
        4d. Margaret “Peggy” ROGERS mar 23 Jan 1806 Fauquier Co, VA Lewis
        DEARING
        4e. Robert ROGERS, Jr mar 28 Apr 1806 Fauquier Co, VA Lucy OWENS
4f. Mary “Polly” ROGERS mar 5 Mar 1810 Fauquier Co, VA Joseph (Green)
        DOWNING
4g Notley ROGERS mar 24 Jan 1814 Fauquier Co, VA Eleanor “Nelly”
        WALTER
4h. Elizabeth ROGERS mar 20 Dec 1823 Fauquier Co, VA John CHANCELLOR
        4i. William ROGERS

James DEARING and Ann Rogers

        4b. Ann ROGERS dau of Robert and Joanna ROGERS married 30 Mar 1801
        Fauquier Co, VA to James DEARING, son of William and Frances
        DEARING - James DEARING died 1812 then Ann married James
        CUNNINGHAM. Ann died 31 Nov 1853 in Fleming Co, KY
          
    On the 1810 Fleming Co, KY census -
    James Daring 2-0-0-1-0 2-0-0-1-0; William
    Daring 2-1-1-0-1 2-1-0-1-0;
    Elisha Dearing 3-0-0-1-0 1-0-0-1-0;
    Daniel Daring 2-1-0-0-1 2-1-0-1-0.
William DEARING’S will dated 14 Mar 1822 in Fleming Co, KY lists his heirs as; wife,
Frances; William, Edward, Jane, and Elizabeth children of son, James; children Elisha,
John, Lewis and Sarah Faris

Fleming County Deaths series 3 Vol 35 by Frances Terry Ingmire p 9 “Ann Cunningham,
70, female, widow, farmer’s widow, R. near Flemingsburg, b Virginia, dau. Of -Rodgers,
d. near Flemingsburg 11/31/1853, Old Age.

Court records dated 4 Apr 1814 Fleming Co, KY shows William DARING administrator
of the estate of James DARING, decd.

On the 1850 Fleming Co, KY census - p 261 Flemingsburg
#58-63 E. Jossey(?) Maddox 44 laborer KY
                 Betsey                     44                     VA
          William           17                     KY
          Ann 10                     KY
          George           6                     KY
          Amy Cunningham 65                     MD
*Betsey MADDOX was Ann ROGERS DEARING CUNNINGHAM’S daughter.

Children of James and Ann ROGERS DEARING

          5a.William DEARING b ca 1802 mar 20 Jan 1825 Fleming Co, KY Julianne
        CUNNINGHAM
        5b. Edward DEARING b14 May 1804 mar 6 Jul 1826 Fleming Co, KY LaVina
        LIGHTFOOT #2 mar 26 Jan 1843 Fountain Co, IN Hannah HENDERSON
        HESLER
        5c. Elizabeth DEARING mar 1834 Fleming Co, KY Edwin MADDOX
        5d. Jane DEARING

3f. William ROGERS - William ROGERS was a Capt during the Revolutionary
        War. In Military Records, Pension Applications and Heirs at Law of Soldiers
        from Fauquier County, Virginia Court Minute Books 1784-1840 by Joan Peters
        p125 - March 29, 1836 p 32 “It was proved to the satisfaction of the court that
       William Rogers, a Captain in the Revolution, died intestate a few years after the
       close of the Revolution in King George County, Virginia where he was born and
       raised. His only heirs and distributes were his brother, Robert Rogers, Hetty
       Rogers who married John Chandler; Winifred Rogers who married James Smith;
       and Margaret Rogers, who married John Gordon. On the motion of John Gordon,
       the Court ordered the same certified.”

From HR 25A - G19.1 Committee on Revolutionary Claims Petitions - “Petitioners Notley Rogers, John Gordon, William Gordon, Thomas Fisher and other heirs at law and distributes of William Rogers, late a Captain in the War of the Revolution, represent to your Honourable Body that the said Captain Rogers served throughout the whole of the Revolutionary War in the Virginia Line on Continental establishments and he came entitled consequently to half pay for life under the act of assembly in Virginia of May 1779, the several resolves of Congress of October the 3rd and 21st , 1780 which claims was commuted by a further resolve of Congress of March 1783 by a promise of five years full pay which commutation has never yet been _____ to said Captain Rogers in his life time or to his distributes or either representative since his death.”

Military Records, Pension Applications and Heirs at Law of Soldiers from Fauquier County, Virginia Court Minute Books 1784-1840 by Joan Peters p 123
November 26, 1835 court p 387 “The Administration of William Rogers decd., formerly an Officer in the Revolutionary Army, is granted to Thomas Fisher.

Anne Baker August 10, 1996
BARBEE, FARGUSON, HORD, REDD, STUBBLESON - Researching THOMAS REDD BC 1670 & 1755 Caroline Co & h/w SARAH FARGUSON, dtr of John Farguson & ANN STUBBLESON of Essex Co. Thomas & Sarah lived most of their lives in King & Queen where all their children were born. (1. John Redd bc 1695 wife Mary 2. Joseph Redd m Caty/Betty & moved to SC 3. James Redd m Elizabeth (?Turner)& died 1784 Spotsylvania 4. Sarah Redd bc 1710 m John HORD, 5.Thomas Redd Jr dc 1745 King & Queen m Elizabeth BARBEE of Essex Co. 6. Samuel Redd d 1791 Caroline Co m Lucy Rogers. Thank you

Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800 by Ida J. Lee, The Deitz Press, Richmond, Virginia, 1959.
ROGERS, Noah. Inv rec. 10 July 1717 Will Book 10, p. 236

Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800 by Ida J. Lee, The Deitz Press, Richmond, Virginia, 1959.
ROGERS, Thomas, Inv 11 June 1718, rec 10 Oct 1718 Returned by Geo Light, adm Will Book 10, page 268.

Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800 by Ida J. Lee, The Deitz Press, Richmond, Virginia, 1959.
ROGERS, Wm., of St Mary’s White Chappel Parish, 29 Apr 1728 recorded 14 Jun 1728
Wife: Elizabeth. Sons: Jno, Wm., Rich’d, Daughters: Elizabeth, and Anne. Exors. Wife and brother Geo. Rogers. Wits: Jno Rogers, Bryan Pullen, Chas Sanford. Will Book 12, page 65.

Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800 by Ida J. Lee, The Deitz Press, Richmond, Virginia, 1959.
ROGERS, John. 13 Jan 1765. Recorded 18 Mar 1765
“The following was Exprest in presence of the subscribers by Mr. John Rogers on Sunday the 13th day of Jan 1765, being the day before his death and sat down in writing on Wednesday the 16th of month, Vizt” I desire that all my estate be kept together till my son Richard comes to the age of 14 years and then to be equally divided among all my children. Only I desire that my daughter Margaret should have fifty pounds less than the rest of my children she having already received the sum and at my wife’s death I desire that my land be equally divided between my two eldest sons and their heirs.” Richd Mitcel, Richd Rogers, Jonathan Pullen, Thomas Dunaway. Will Book 18, p31.
Division of estate” to William Rogers, To William Mitcell for Elizabeth Rogers part. To William rogers for Richard Rogers part: William Mitchells part in right of his wife 27 Jun 1766. Will Book 18 page 64.

Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800 by Ida J. Lee, The Deitz Press, Richmond, Virginia, 1959.
ROGERS, john. Rec 18 Mar 1765.
Presented by Richard Mitchell and Jonathan Pullen. Mary Rogers, widow reconces all benefits from will. Will Book 17, page 114

Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800 by Ida J. Lee, The Deitz Press, Richmond, Virginia, 1959.
Rogers, Wm of Christ Church Parish. 10 Jan 1768. Recorded 21 Jan 1768
Bros: Richard Rogers, john Rogers, Sisters: Betty Rogers, and Margaret Mitchell. Exors: Mr Richard Mitchell and Mr John Chinn. Witnesses Richard X ROGERS, Thomas Brannum, Lowary Oliver. Will Book 18. page 99

Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800 by Ida J. Lee, The Deitz Press, Richmond, Virginia, 1959.
ROGERS, Richard. Division 12 Apr 1771. rec 16 May 1771
Joseph Norris, administrator. James Blackerley who intermarried with Ann one of the daughter of said Richard. Susanna Stonum, and of said daughers to Hannah Rogers, Katy and Lucy Rogers and Susanna Norris. By Richard Mitchell, Thadd. McCarty, Thos Stott.
Will Book 20 page 13.

Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800 by Ida J. Lee, The Deitz Press, Richmond, Virginia, 1959.
ROGERS, William. Recorded 21 Jan 1773
Mungo Harvey, administrator of estate. Will Book 20, page 53.

Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800 by Ida J. Lee, The Deitz Press, Richmond, Virginia, 1959.
ROGERS, john 29 Nov 1787. recorded 15 Sep 1788.
Wife: Ann. Son John also other children Exors: William carpenter, john Carpenter & Edward Blackmore. Witnesses Lucy Rogers, Ann Stonum, John Bailey, William Wilson. Will Book 22, page 186.
15 Jun 1789. Appraisal. By Philip Warwick, John Dunaway, Henry Pullen, Will Book 22 page 212.

Abstracts Lancaster County, Virginia Wills 1653-1800 by Ida J. Lee, The Deitz Press, Richmond, Virginia, 1959.
ROGERS, Charles. 4 Apr 1793. recorded 17 Sep 1793
Wife: Ann, money from the estate of her father Henry Tapscott Gentleman. Sons Chas., John (land in Albemarle county) William Henry (not 21) daughter jane Rogers (not 18) estate I got by her mother or since the death of her mother. The four Children of Ann Rogers, Peggy, Hannah, Nancy & William Henry Rogers. Exors: wife Charles Rogers, James Tapscott, joseph Carter. Witnesses. James Gordon & William Biscoe Will Book 22, page 393.

Wills of Richmond County, Virginia 1699-1800 Robert K. Headley
Will Book 4 page 34 William Rogers, verbal will; 19 Feb 1717, 4 Jun 1718
All estate to daughter Rebeckah; no executor Witnesses: Charles Snead, Thomas
Turner, William Hunt.
Page 38. William Rogers , inventory at the house of Thomas Turner, William Hunt.

Wills of Richmond County, Virginia 1699-1800 Robert K. Headley
Will Book 4 page 53
Nicholas RODGERS, Sittenbourne Parish, Richmond County, Virginia will 7 Jun 1717, 6 Aug 1718
Wife Elizabeth, son in law - John Ford; no executor; witnesses; Henry Bruce, Mary Bruce (Nicholas Rodgers married Elizabeth Ford widow of John Ford Jr., in 1714 MRC page 173)

Fauquier County Marriages:

William P. Rogers and Arian Smoot
Marriage Bond: 12/14/1830
Bondsman: daughter of Edward
Minister: Cumberland George (Baptist)

Stephen Rodgers and Frances C. Jett
Marriage Bond: 9/4/1832
Bondsman: daughter of William

Eleanor Rogers and Frederick Wood
Marriage Bond: 12/28/1825
Bondsman: Wm. P. Rogers

Eleanor Rogers and Martin Weaver
Marriage Bond: 1829
Bondsman: daughter of William
Minister: Cumberland George

Margaret Rogers and Colbert Mason
Marriage Bond: 3/25/1786
Bondsman: Stephen Rogers

VA Baptist Historical Society from
the minutes of the Thumb Run Primitive Baptist Church (Leed's Manor).
In the minutes, a William P. Rogers is mentioned:

1 January, 1831, William Rogers baptized
Saturday, June 2nd, 1833, William P. Rogers appointed Messenger to the
Association
Saturday, May 3rd, 1834, William P. Rogers appointed to make an enquiry
and other entries

Also mentioned is a Stephen Rogers:
Saturday, September 5, 1835, Stephen Rogers and wife apply for letter

The 1787 Census of Virginia - Fauquier County by
Netti Schreiner - Yantis and Florene Speakman Love

TAX LIST A
Robert ROGERS SELF 0 0 0 1 0

TAX LIST C
Edward ROGERS George ROGERS
George ROGES SELF 0 5 2 6 12
George ROGERS Jr SELF 1 0 0 2 0
Hugh ROGERS John MCCONOHA
James ROGERS SELF 0 1 4 1 0
Rodham ROGERS SELF 0 2 6 5 0

Old Rappahannock Count y Deed Book 1682-1686

Page 26-27 Know all men by these presents that I Stephen Bendbridge of the parish of St Stephens in the county of New Kent……Richard Hilliard ….. land bounded Giles Rogers his line Rappa Road thence north east to Dragon Swamp. Richard Hilliard neighbor of Giles Rogers.

Northumberland County, Virginia
1a. John ROGERS
        2a. Katherine ROGERS
        2b. Elizabeth ROGERS
        2c. John ROGERS

Northumberland County, Virginia Record Book 1652-1658
Page 48 Know all men by these prsts that I John ROGERS of Northumberland in ye Colony of Virginia, Gent., for divers good causes & consideracons me hereuno moveing & especially for ye naturall love & affeccon that I holde unto my children doe freely & absolutely give unto my daughter Katherine Rogers, one cow calfe about six months old coullered redd marked a flower de luse on ye left eare & under kelled on ye right, To Elizabeth Rogers one cow calfe age five months old coullered brown marked a flower de luce on ye left ear & undr keeled & over keeled on ye right . To John ROGERS one cow calfe about three months old coullered blacke marked a flower de luce on ye ight eare & overkeeled & underkeeled on ye left: To have & to hold ye sald calves with their future increase to them ye said Katherine, Elizabeth & John Rogers respectively for ever. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand ye 20th of July 1654.
Witness hereof Tho Wilsford Noty Publk.
20 July 1654 This Deed of Gift was recorded John Rogers
Northumberland County, Virginia Record Book 1652-1658
20 Mar 1654 John Rogers & George Trewett mentioned in document dated 20th day March 1654.

John (H.) Rogers/Rodgers, son of Henry Rogers and Sally Jett, b. 1790
Fauquier Co., married Lucinda Smith 1814. About 1826 they moved to
Wilson Co., TN. A portion of Wilson Co. was taken into Smith Co., TN
and Smith Co. is where they remained.
Lucinda Smith's siblings (children of John (B) Smith and Rebecca Spicer):
Frances, b. about 1793, married James Haley. They moved to Wilson Co.,TN
Reuben B., b. about 1794. A Reuben Smith married Jane Pettit and they were in Shelby Co., KY - I believe him to be John B's son, but no absolute proof yet.
Samuel B., b. about 1799, found in 1880 census in Jefferson Co., KY
Rebecca, b. 1803, married Thornton Christie. Lived in Dekalb Co., TN until after 1849, then she is found in the 1880 census in Jefferson Co., KY
No information on Joseph Smith, b. about 1800 and NOah A. Smith, born about 1805.

PULLEN, Henry married ROGERS, Hannah on 11 Dec 1782 in Lancaster County, Virginia
ROGERS, Edward md EDMONDS, Katherine on 21 Sep 1750 in Lancaster County, Virginia

July 1763. Lease. Between Thomas Lord Fairfax and John Rogers of
Culpeper Co. ...tract in Manor of Leeds ... 225 acres...Beg. ... Neal's
Lott line ... corner to Jett's Lott crossing Thumb Run ... Norman's Lott line
...George's Lott ... corner to Neal Ju'r's. Lott ...during his natural
life and lives of Henry Rogers and Stephen Rogers, his sons ... yearly rent
of 45s. ster. Signed: Fairfax. Recorded 29 July 1763, ack. by Lord Fairfax

Deed Book H, Spotsylvania Co., VA, 1771-1774:
24 Jul 1773, John Rogers of Fauquier Co. to Thomas Blanton of Spts. Co.
L40 curr. 100 acres in St. George Parish, Spts. Co. inherited by said John
Rogers from his father Henry Rogers, Dec'd. Witnesses: Thomas Roors, Wm.
Darnaby, John McKenny. 19 Aug 1773.Deed Book H, Spotsylvania Co., VA, 1771-1774: