John Rogers was born 6 April 1606 in Watford, Northamptonshire, England to Thomas Rogers (1572-1621) and Alice Cosford (1572-1618) and died circa 1691 Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts of unspecified causes. He married Anna Churchman (1619-1664) 16 April 1639 in Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.
John Rogers: Baptized April 6, 1606 and appeared on the Leiden poll tax list of 1622.
Per author Eugene Stratton, the 1622 Leiden poll tax listed the family of Thomas Rogers residing there in poverty, but apparently without his wife Alice. Instead of Alice, this family included a possible second wife named Elizabeth – or the Dutch variant Elsgen, and with the children of Thomas Rogers – son John and daughters Lysbeth (Dutch for Elizabeth) and Grietgen (Dutch for Margaret).
He came to Plymouth from Leiden sometime after 1627 – possibly in 1630. On the Plymouth tax list for 1633 and the 1643 Able to Bear Arms List for Duxbury he was listed with his brother Joseph. He married Anna Churchman in Plymouth on April 16, 1639 and had four children. He died in Duxbury between August 26, 1691 and September 30, 1692.
Marriage & Family
Anna married John Rogers on 16 April 1639 at Plymouth, Plymouth Colony. They had children:
- Anna about 1640 she died 8 Jun 1704
- John about 1640 married Elizabeth Pabodie he died 28 June 1732
- Abigail about 1640 married John Richmond she died 1 August 1727
- Elizabeth about 1652 married Nathaniel Williams she died 7 March 1703
|Offspring of John Rogers and Anna Churchman (1619-1664)|
|John Rogers (1640-1732)||1640 Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts||28 June 1732 Barrington, Bristol County, Rhode Island||Elizabeth Pabodie (1647-1677)|
|Hannah Rogers (1640-1704)|
|Abigail Rogers (1641-1727)|
|Elizabeth Rogers (1652-1703)|
- Thomas Rogers - Wikipedia
- Joseph Rogers - Mayflower Historical Society
- Thomas Rogers Historical Society - Genealogy