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Rodgers, Booth, Cooper, Huggins, Yocom families

William W. Merk
Merk, William Wallace (Main Author)
Books/Monographs
English
Trona, California : W.W. Merk, 1991
48 p. : ill., facsims.

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Ancestors of Edna Genevieve Rodgers (1880-1961), daughter of Samuel D. Rodgers and Emma Yocom. She was born in Riverton, Illinois. She married 1911 in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, William W. Merk. She died in Great Falls, Montana. Catherine Ann Huggins (1800-1864), daughter of John Huggins and Catherine Stailey, was born in Liverpool, Perry Co., Pa. She married Robert B. Rodgers (1793-1862) ca. 1813. He was born in Westmoreland Co., Pa., a son of William Rodgers. The Yocom ancestor, Jacob Yocom (1787-1848), was born in Bourbon County near where the city of Lexington, Ky. now stands. He married 1810 Mary Booth (1791-1864). Family lived in Sangamon Co., Ill. in 1828. Mary Booth Yocom died in Yamhill Co., Oregon.

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