John Rogers

b. 1 December 1648
     John Rogers was born on 1 December 1648 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, America.1 He was the son of James Rogers and Elizabeth Rowland. On Friday, 17 October 1670 in New London, in New London, Connecticut, America, John Rogers married Elizabeth Griswold.1 John Rogers was (an unknown value.)
Converted his parents and siblings to the Rogerenes, the religious sect he founded. They were constantly persecuted and fined for their failure to adhere to the Congregational religion.1 John was divorced from Elizabeth Griswold in New London, New London, Connecticut, America, on 12 October 1676.1 John Rogers was an heir in the will of James Rogers on 11 September 1683 in New London, Connecticut, America.1 On Saturday, 6 June 1699 in New London, in New London, Connecticut, America, John Rogers married Mary Ransford.1 John was divorced from Mary Ransford in New London, New London, Connecticut, America, in 1703.2 On Wednesday, 4 July 1714 in New London, in New London, Connecticut, America, John Rogers married Sarah Cole.1

Citations

  1. [S334] James Swift Rogers, James Rogers of New London, Ct. and his descendants.
  2. [S357] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Volumes I-III.

Ephraim Jones

b. 1 April 1649
     Ephraim Jones was born on 1 April 1649 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts, America. He was the son of Thomas Jones and Mary North.

Joseph Loomis

b. 15 July 1649, d. 1740
     Joseph Loomis was born on 15 July 1649 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, America.1 He was the son of Joseph Loomis and Sarah Hill. On Thursday, 10 April 1681 in Windsor, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Joseph Loomis married Lydia Drake, age 20, daughter of John Drake and Hannah Moore.1 On Sunday, 11 February 1702/3 in East Windsor, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Joseph Loomis married Abigail Gillett, age 39, daughter of Cornelius Gillett and Priscilla Kelsey.1 Joseph Loomis made a will on 5 October 1739 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, America.2 He died in 1740 in Windsor, Connecticut, America.

Children of Joseph Loomis and Lydia Drake

Children of Joseph Loomis and Abigail Gillett

Citations

  1. [S328] Elias Loomis, Descendants of Joseph Loomis in America, and his antecedents in the Old world.
  2. [S240] John Warner, Early Connecticut Probate Records.

Elizabeth Elmer

b. 15 July 1649
     Elizabeth Elmer was baptized on 15 July 1649 in Hartford, Connecticut, America.1 She was the daughter of Edward Elmer and Mary (?)

Citations

  1. [S322] Lucius M. Boltwood, Births, marriages, and deaths at Hartford Connecticut.

John Barber

b. circa 1650, d. 21 October 1690
     John Barber was born circa 1650. On Sunday, 24 January 1677 in Windsor, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, John Barber married Joanna Miller, age 17, daughter of Obadiah Miller and Joanna (?).1,2 John Barber died on 21 October 1690 in Springfield, Massachusetts, America.2

Citations

  1. [S319] New England Historic Genealogical Society, Early Cogans English and American.
  2. [S168] Springfield (Massachusetts). City Clerk (Main Author), Vital records of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1638-1887.

Thomas Howard

b. circa 1650
     Thomas Howard was born circa 1650.

Child of Thomas Howard

Mary Boltwood

b. circa 1650, d. before 1679
     Mary Boltwood was born circa 1650. In 1667 in New London, in New London, Connecticut, America, Mary Boltwood married James Beebe, son of John Beebe and Rebecca Ladd.1 Her married name was Mary Beebe (Boltwood). Mary Boltwood died before 1679 in New London, Connecticut, America.1

Citations

  1. [S310] Clarence Beebe, John Beebe of Broughton, a record of genealogical descent.

Ruth Cogan

b. circa 1650
     Ruth Cogan was born circa 1650 in Taunton, Bristol, Massachusetts, America. She was the daughter of Thomas Cogan and Joanna (?) On Monday, 24 June 1675 in Springfield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, Ruth Cogan married Samuel Taylor.1 Her married name was Ruth Taylor (Cogan).

Citations

  1. [S319] New England Historic Genealogical Society, Early Cogans English and American.

Rebecca Carrington

b. circa 1650
     Rebecca Carrington was born circa 1650 in Wethersfield, Hartford, Connecticut, America. She was the daughter of John Carrington and Joanne (?) Circa 1670 in Waterbury, in New Haven, Connecticut, America, Rebecca Carrington married Abraham Andruss, son of Thomas Andruss. Her married name was Rebecca Andruss (Carrington).

Children of Rebecca Carrington and Abraham Andruss

Citations

  1. [S337] Henry Bronson, History of Waterbury CT.

Daniel Birge

b. circa 1650, d. circa 1700
     Daniel Birge was born circa 1650. Circa 1683 in Windsor, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Daniel Birge married Abigail Gillett, daughter of Cornelius Gillett and Priscilla Kelsey. Daniel Birge died circa 1700 in Windsor, Connecticut, America.

Joseph Lewis1

b. circa 1650, d. 1706
     Joseph Lewis was born circa 1650. He died in 1706 in Windsor, Connecticut, America.1

Children of Joseph Lewis

Citations

  1. [S337] Henry Bronson, History of Waterbury CT.

Sarah Bell

b. circa 1650
     Sarah Bell was born circa 1650 in Lancaster, Virginia, America. She was the daughter of Henry Bell and Margaret Cobb. Circa 1670 in Lancaster, Virginia, America, Sarah Bell married Thomas Ball. Her married name was Sarah Ball (Bell).

Child of Sarah Bell and Thomas Ball

Daniel Shelton

b. circa 1650, d. 1728
     Daniel Shelton was born circa 1650 in England. In 1680 Daniel Shelton lived in Huntington, Connecticut, America. From May 1686 Daniel Shelton was employed as "a big league shipping merchant" in Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut, America. He was engaged for many years in the rum trade. On Friday, 4 April 1692 in Stratford, in Fairfield, Connecticut, America, Daniel Shelton married Elizabeth Welles, daughter of Captain Samuel Welles and Elizabeth Hollister.1,2 Daniel Shelton died in 1728 in Ripton Parish, in Stratford, Connecticut, America.

Child of Daniel Shelton and Elizabeth Welles

Citations

  1. [S421] BHD, Shelton of Connecticut.
  2. [S422] Lemuel Aiken Welles, The English Ancestry of Governor Thomas Welles of Connecticut.

Elizabeth Hollister

b. circa 1650, d. circa 1671
     Elizabeth Hollister was born circa 1650. She was the daughter of John Hollister and Joanna Treat. Before 1660 in Wethersfield, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Elizabeth Hollister married Captain Samuel Welles, son of Governor Thomas Welles and Alice Tomes. Her married name was Elizabeth Welles (Hollister). Elizabeth Hollister died circa 1671 in Wethersfield, Connecticut, America.

Child of Elizabeth Hollister and Captain Samuel Welles

David Ensign

b. circa 1650
     David Ensign was born circa 1650. He was mentioned in a lawsuit or legal action on 23 July 1681. Having been found guilty of adultery with Thomas Long's wife, Sarah, David Ensign pledges his house and property to meet the fine of 400 pounds and pledges to forbear going into or keeping company with Sarah.1 Circa 1682 in Hartford, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, David Ensign married Sarah Wilcox, daughter of John Wilcox Jr and Sarah Wadsworth.

Citations

  1. [S833] Colony of Connecticut Court of Assistants,.

John Price

b. circa 1650, d. 1711
     John Price was born circa 1650 in Henrico, Virginia, America. Circa 1685 in Henrico, Virginia, America, John Price married Jane Pew, daughter of Henry Pew Jr and Jane Milner.1 John Price made a will on 15 December 1710. 'John Price....to daughter Mary Cannon, three ewes; son John Price, 7 head of cattle that is two cowes, three heifers and two yearlings, one feather bed and bolster, one rug and one blanket, and the bed steed it lyeth on, coutch called the red coutch and one iron pott, called the midling pott, with pott racks and pott hooks, two pewter dishes and two plates and one paile, and one large chest which was called his chest; to son Daniel Price, one chest called the linnen chest, one horse colt which goeth along with the one eyed mare, one small gun, 1 three year old heifer call Primrose; to son Pew Price, one feather bed and bolster, one red yard sett rugg, one blanket; and the bed steed it lyeth on, one large chest, 1 greate pott with pott racks and pott hooks, two pewter dishes and two plates, one large iron spitt, 1 large brass kettle, 1 large dripping pan, one pied cow named Pye and 1 yearling and one white coutch and 1 ovil table, to daughter Eliza Price, one large tirkey leather trunck with drawers, two pewter dishes and two plates, one stew pott and cover lid, one cow called Mottley with her increase. All the rest to dear and living wife Jane Price.1' He died in 1711 Virginia, America. In June 1711 John Price's will was inventoried.1

Children of John Price and Jane Pew

Citations

  1. [S665] The Virginia Geneologist, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009.

Hugh Ligon

b. circa 1650
     Hugh Ligon was born circa 1650. Circa 1711 in Henrico, Virginia, America, Hugh Ligon married Jane Pew, daughter of Henry Pew Jr and Jane Milner.1 On 7 Dec 1713 Hugh Ligon and Jane his wife "relict of John Price, Sr, late of Henrico - gave to John Price, the son of Jane and John Price, 1/2 of the land where Henry Pew, father of Jane formerly lived.1

Citations

  1. [S665] The Virginia Geneologist, New England Historic Genealogical Society, 2009.

Joanna (?)

b. circa 1650
     Joanna (?) was born circa 1650 in New London, Connecticut, America. Her married name was Joanna Williams (--). After 24 September 1705, Joanna (?) married Samuel Rogers, son of James Rogers and Elizabeth Rowland. Her married name was Joanna Rogers (--).

David Lombard

b. 16 October 1650, d. 17 August 1716
     David Lombard was born on 16 October 1650 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America.1 He was the son of John Lombard and Joan Pritchard. On Wednesday, 17 April 1675 in Springfield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, David Lombard married Margaret Philley, age 23, daughter of William Philley and Margaret (?).2 David Lombard died on 17 August 1716 in Springfield, Massachusetts, America at age 65.

Children of David Lombard and Margaret Philley

Citations

  1. [S168] Springfield (Massachusetts). City Clerk (Main Author), Vital records of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1638-1887.
  2. [S420] Clarence Almon Torrey, Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700.

Bathsheba Rogers

b. 30 December 1650
     Bathsheba Rogers was born on 30 December 1650 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, America.1 She was the daughter of James Rogers and Elizabeth Rowland. On Tuesday, 4 March 1669/70 in New London, in New London, Connecticut, America, Bathsheba Rogers married Richard Smith.1 Her married name was Bathsheba Smith (Rogers). After 1682 in New London, in New London, Connecticut, America, Bathsheba Rogers married Samuel Fox.2 Her married name was Bathsheba Fox (Rogers). Bathsheba Rogers was an heir in the will of James Rogers on 11 September 1683 in New London, Connecticut, America.1

Citations

  1. [S334] James Swift Rogers, James Rogers of New London, Ct. and his descendants.
  2. [S357] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Volumes I-III.

Joseph Stephenson

b. January 1651, d. 10 July 1652
     Joseph Stephenson was born in January 1651 in Boston, Bristol, Massachusetts, America.1 He was the son of John Stephenson and Sarah (?) Joseph Stephenson was baptized on 23 March 1651 in Boston, Massachusetts, America.1 He died on 10 July 1652 in Boston, Massachusetts, America at age 1.1

Citations

  1. [S179] Boston births, baptisms, marriages, deaths 1630-99, Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah,,.

Benjamin Jones

b. 31 July 1651, d. 25 June 1718
      L. N. Parker: "History and Genealogy of the Ancestors and Descendants of Captain Israel Jones," pp. 1-12·) Benjamin Jones, son of Thomas and Mary (North) Jones, was born July 31, 651, at Gloucester, Massachusetts, and died June 25, 1718, at Enfield, Connecticut. On June 24, 1676, the treasurer of Massachusetts Bay Colony paid him L1-16s. for service at Marlborough Garrison under Captain Samuel Brocklebank, and on August 24, 1676, he was credited by Gloucester with service in King Philip's War in the amount of L1-4s. For these services he was also entitled to a grant of land. He was granted lands in Enfield on November 8, 1686, and in 1687 was elected surveyor of highways. Benjamin Jones married, on January 23, 1678, married Elizabeth Wild, daughter of John Wild. The eldest of their nine children was Thomas.1 Benjamin Jones was born on 31 July 1651 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts, America.2 He was the son of Thomas Jones and Mary North. Benjamin Jones was in military service on 24 August 1676 in Enfield, Massachusetts, America. He served in King Philip's War in Capt. Brocklebank's company, which was stationed at Marlborough, and received one pound, four shillings for this service on August 24, 1676. On Saturday, 22 January 1678 in Gloucester, in Essex, Massachusetts, America, Benjamin Jones married Elizabeth Wildes, daughter of John Wildes and Priscilla Gould.2,1 Benjamin Jones recorded a deed on 18 December 1682 in Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts, America. Vol. 43 p.162 of Essex Co., MA Register of deeds. Salem. Old Norfolf County records. Benjamin Jones of Gloucester, yoeman, and wife elizabeth Wild, sell to Anthony Bennett, Carpenter, an "island of upland" and the marsh on Squam River, in Gloucester. Signed by marks of ben. and Elizabeth jones, Dec. 18, 1682, and acknowledged by both on May 15, 1685; recorded in 1726." He recorded a deed on 8 November 1686 in Enfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America. 40 acres.1 He made a will in June 1718 in Enfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America. The value of his estate was 7 pounds 10 shillings; Northampton Probate Records, Page 100, book 4.1 He died on 25 June 1718 in Enfield, Massachusetts, America at age 66.1

Children of Benjamin Jones and Elizabeth Wildes

Citations

  1. [S317] L. N. Parker, History and genealogy of the ancestors and descendants of Captain Israel Jones.
  2. [S180] Topsfield, Massachusetts : Topsfield Historical Society, Vital records of Gloucester, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849.

Margaret Philley

b. 3 August 1651, d. 15 March 1713
     Margaret Philley was born on 3 August 1651 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, America. She was the daughter of William Philley and Margaret (?) On Wednesday, 17 April 1675 in Springfield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, Margaret Philley married David Lombard, age 24, son of John Lombard and Joan Pritchard.1 Her married name was Margaret Lombard (Philley). Margaret Philley died on 15 March 1713 in Springfield, Massachusetts, America at age 61.2

Children of Margaret Philley and David Lombard

Citations

  1. [S420] Clarence Almon Torrey, Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700.
  2. [S168] Springfield (Massachusetts). City Clerk (Main Author), Vital records of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1638-1887.

Benjamin Dorchester

b. 9 August 1651, d. 29 May 1676
     Benjamin Dorchester was born on 9 August 1651 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America. Eigth month, ninth day, 1651.1 He was the son of Anthony Dorchester and Martha Chapman. On Monday, 22 April 1675 in Deerfield, in Hampshire, Massachusetts, America, Benjamin Dorchester married Sarah Ruth Burt, age 18, daughter of Deacon Jonathan Burt and Elizabeth Lobdell.2 Benjamin Dorchester died on 29 May 1676 in Springfield, Massachusetts, America at age 24.

Child of Benjamin Dorchester and Sarah Ruth Burt

Citations

  1. [S168] Springfield (Massachusetts). City Clerk (Main Author), Vital records of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1638-1887.
  2. [S420] Clarence Almon Torrey, Torrey’s New England Marriages Prior to 1700.

John Loomis

b. 1 October 1651
     John Loomis was born on 1 October 1651 in Windsor, Hartford, Connecticut, America.1 He was the son of Joseph Loomis and Sarah Hill.

Citations

  1. [S328] Elias Loomis, Descendants of Joseph Loomis in America, and his antecedents in the Old world.

Hannah Upson

b. circa 1652
     Hannah Upson was born circa 1652 in Waterbury, New Haven, Connecticut, America.1 She was the daughter of Thomas Upson and Elizabeth Fuller. Circa 1667 in Farmington, in Hartford, Connecticut, America, Hannah Upson married Samuel Hickocks, son of William Hickocks and Elizabeth (?).2 Her married name was Hannah Hickocks (Upson).

Children of Hannah Upson and Samuel Hickocks

Citations

  1. [S337] Henry Bronson, History of Waterbury CT.
  2. [S323] Charles Nelson Hickok, The Hickok genealogy : descendants of William Hickoks of Farmington, Connecticut : with ancestry of Charles Nelson Hickok.
  3. [S339] Communicated by Daniel Goodwin and Copied by the late Hon. Nathaniel Goodwin of Hartford, Records of Farmington in Connecticut.

Elizabeth Griswold

b. 1652, d. July 1727
     Elizabeth Griswold was born in 1652. Her married name was Elizabeth Rogers (Griswold). On Friday, 17 October 1670 in New London, in New London, Connecticut, America, Elizabeth Griswold married John Rogers, age 21, son of James Rogers and Elizabeth Rowland.1 Elizabeth was divorced from John Rogers in New London, New London, Connecticut, America, on 12 October 1676.1 Elizabeth Griswold died in July 1727 in New London, Connecticut, America.1

Citations

  1. [S334] James Swift Rogers, James Rogers of New London, Ct. and his descendants.

James Rogers

b. 15 February 1652
     James Rogers was born on 15 February 1652 in Milford, New Haven, Connecticut, America.1 He was the son of James Rogers and Elizabeth Rowland. On Monday, 5 November 1674 in New London, in New London, Connecticut, America, James Rogers married Mary Jordan.2 James Rogers was an heir in the will of James Rogers on 11 September 1683 in New London, Connecticut, America.1

Citations

  1. [S334] James Swift Rogers, James Rogers of New London, Ct. and his descendants.
  2. [S357] Robert Charles Anderson, The Great Migration Begins: Immigrants to New England 1620-1633, Volumes I-III.

Elizabeth Burt

b. 29 October 1652
     Elizabeth Burt was born on 29 October 1652 in Springfield, Hampshire, Massachusetts, America.1 She was the daughter of Deacon Jonathan Burt and Elizabeth Lobdell.

Citations

  1. [S168] Springfield (Massachusetts). City Clerk (Main Author), Vital records of Springfield, Massachusetts, 1638-1887.

Elizabeth Wildes

b. 1653, d. after 1718
     Elizabeth Wildes was born in 1653 in Topsfield, Essex, Massachusetts, America. She was the daughter of John Wildes and Priscilla Gould. On Saturday, 22 January 1678 in Gloucester, in Essex, Massachusetts, America, Elizabeth Wildes married Benjamin Jones, age 26, son of Thomas Jones and Mary North.1,2 Her married name was Elizabeth Jones (Wildes). Elizabeth Wildes was an heir in the will of Benjamin Jones in June 1718 in Enfield, Massachusetts, America; The value of his estate was 7 pounds 10 shillings; Northampton Probate Records, Page 100, book 4.2 Elizabeth Wildes died after 1718 in Enfield, Massachusetts, America.

Children of Elizabeth Wildes and Benjamin Jones

Citations

  1. [S180] Topsfield, Massachusetts : Topsfield Historical Society, Vital records of Gloucester, Massachusetts, to the end of the year 1849.
  2. [S317] L. N. Parker, History and genealogy of the ancestors and descendants of Captain Israel Jones.