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Ezekiel Rogers, 1764-1811 : a soldier of the Revolution and his descendants

research and compilation by Ruth Patton Leppert, 1970 ; copied from the original manuscript by Theresa Blackberg, Genealogical Records Chairman, Captain John Whistler Chapter DAR, 1971
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1972
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of typescript (145 leaves) at the National Library of the D.A.R., Washington, D.C.

Includes the Fisher, Patton, Remington, and other related families.

Includes index.

Ezekiel Roger was the youngest of four brothers whose father, William emigrated from Smithfield, England, a few years before 1750, and settled in Bedford County, Virginia. At the age of fifteen, about 1778-9, Ezekiel joined a calvary unit commanded by Col. William Washington. He continued in service to the close of the Revolution and was present at the siege of Yorktown. He married Rebecca Williamson of Charlotte County, Virginia. In 1793, they migrated through the Cumberland Gap to Kentucky. In 1801, they moved to Missouri and in 1809, they returned to Bourbon County, Kentucky. Ezekiel was murdered in 1811.

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