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Daniel T. Rogers(b. 1943) - all my relatives - pafc5411 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File

Daniel T. Rogers(b. 1943) - all my relatives


Jotham Horton

1J.H. Beers & Co., Representative Men and Old Families of Southeastern Massachusetts, Vol. 1, p. 441 (1912).
"(II) Jotham Horton, of Rehoboth, married (first) May 29, 1729, Hannah Martin, and (second) Penelope Rounds. He died in 1797. His children by the first marriage were: Mercy, born May 5, 1730; Nathan, Oct. 1, 1733; Sarah, Nov. 11, 1735; Hannah, Dec, 19, 1738. The children of the second marriage were: James, born July 10, 1741; Barnet, May 6, 1744 (served in the war of the Revolution); Rhode, July 10, 1747; and Jotham, July 30, 1753.".

Hannah Martin

1Vital Records of Rehoboth, 1642-1895, Part I, Rehoboth, p. 834 (1896).
"HORTON . . .
. . .
2 248 Hannah, wife of Jotham, Nov. 9, 1739.".

John Martin Jr.

1Record of Rehoboth 1642 -1895. Marriages, Intentions, Birth, Deaths. Part I. Rehoboth, pp. 671.
"Section III. Births.
MARTIN . . .
1 105 John, of John (of John, of Swanzey), and Mercy, June 26, 1709
1 105 Barbara, of John and Mercy, 2d wife, March 13, 1713-4
1 105 Mary, March 17, 1718
1 105 Hezekiah, Sept. 7, 1719
1 105 Elisabeth, Oct. 1, 1722
1 105 Anne, March 22, 1725.".

John Rodman

1J.H. Beers & Co., Representative Men and Old Families of Southeastern Massachusetts, Vol. 1, p. 384 (1912).
"The Rodman family was early settled in Massachusetts. The first name of whom there is an authentic record was (1) John Rodman, who died on the island of Barbadoes some time between Sept. 16 and Dec, 4, 1686. Rutty's "History of the Quakers in Ireland" says of him: :In the year 1655, for waring his hat on in the Assizes in New Ross, was onr John Rodman committed to Gaol by Judge Laneler, kept a prisoner for three months and then banished the country." Banishment no doubt followed because he refused conscientiously to purge himself of the contempt of court. It is probable that he went at once to Barbadoes. His will was made and approved there, where he had become a planter of prominence. His wife's name was Elizabeth, and their children were: Thomas, born Dec. 26, 1640; John, born in 1653; Annie; and Katherine.".