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Rodgers--Roger--Rogers

compiled for George Thomas Rodgers ... Richard Denny Parker ... John H. Pierce ; compiled by Leonardo Andrea, 1951
Manuscript/Typescript Photocopy on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1975
on 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

Notes

Microfilm of typescript (photocopy?, 47 leaves) at the Polk County Historical Library, Bartow, Florida.

With: Durant / Leonardo Andrea, 1961.

"This data on Rodgers, on Roger, and on Rogers, had been compiled from the data on file in the South Carolina State Archives in Columbia, S.C., plus some data sent to me by the clients and some data from Fairfield and Chester Counties, S.C. ... Early in S. C. were immigrants from France by name of Roger and also by name of Rodgers and Rogers from Ireland -- Also immigrants came to S.C. from Pennsylvania, from Virginia and Maryland, and from North Carolina by name of Rodgers, Roger, and Rogers, but these latter families do not show in S.C. immigrant lists."

Contains: Information from clients, including the family of Thomas J. Rodgers (1806-1885), who moved from Spartanburg County, South Carolina to Mississippi -- The line of descent from Giles Rogers (b. ca. 1650) of Scotland and Virginia to the author, Leonardo Andrea -- North Carolina data : wills, etc. -- Bible of Joseph Rogers (1764-1833) of North Carolina and Tennessee -- South Carolina land records -- South Carolina immigrants -- Royal land grants -- Colonial memorial tax returns -- Land grants after Revolution -- S.C. Marriage records -- Revolutionary index -- Revolutionary pensions -- S.C. church records -- Other information on the Rodgers/Roger/Rogers families, chiefly of South Carolina.

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