History - John Rogers Society
List of References
1 Americans of Royal Descent, 1891, Browning
2 Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography
3 British Family Names, Barber
4 Burke's General Armory
5 Burke's Landed Gentry
6 Burke's Peerage and Baronetcy, 1925, 1926
7 Dictionary of English and Welsh Surnames, Bardsley
8 Dictionary of National Biography, London, 1887
9 Directories, City and Telephone
10 English Surnames, Bardsley
11 Heraldic Illustrations, 1853
12 Miscellaneous Sources
13 Officers of the Continental Army, 1775-1783, Heitman
14 Pat rony mica Britannica, Lower
15 Private Collections of Family Data
16 Revolutionary Records of the Respective Colonies
17 Surnames of the United Kingdom, Harrison
18 U. S. Postal Guide
19 Who's Who (British)
20 Who's Who in America, 1926-27
21 Miscellaneous Writings of Nathaniel Peabody Rogers, Manchester, N. H., 1849
22 Memoirs of Rev. Nathaniel Rogers of Ipswich, Essex County, Old England, Boston, 1851
23 Genealogy and Biography Sketches of John Rogers, Joseph Lemuel Chester, London, 1861
24 Rogers of Dowdeswell, County of Gloucester, George Harrison, London,
25 Scottish House of Roger, Rev. Charles Rogers, Edinburgh, 1875
26 Descendants of Rev. Daniel Rogers of Littletown, Mass., John Ward Dean, Boston, 1885
27 Rogers Family of County of Essex, England, Henry F. Waters, Boston, 1887
28 Four Perthshire Families, Rev. Charles Rogers, Edinburgh, 1887
29 John Rogers Family in Plymouth, Mass., Josiah H. Drummond, Portland, Me., 1895
30 James Rogers of Londonderry and James Rogers of Dunbarton, Hon. Josiah H. Drummond, Manchester, N. H., 1897
31 Rogers Family of Georgetown, Me., Josiah H. Drummond
32 John Rogers of Marshfield and Descendants, Josiah H. Drummond, West Hanover, Mass., 1898
33 Hope Rogers and His Descendants, James S. Rogers, Boston, 1901
34 James Rogers of Londonderry and James Rogers of Dunbarton, Josiah H. Drummond, Manchester, N. H. 1902
35 History of Family of Rogers of Westmeon, Julian C. Rogers, London, 1902
36 James Rogers of New London, Conn., and Descendants, James Swift Rogers, Boston, 1902
37 Biography and Genealogy Tables, Jonathan J. Rogers and Descendants of Ezra Earll, C. H. Weygant, Newburgh, N. Y., 1905
38 Descendants of Luke Rogers and Sarah Wright Brown, Ethel Brigham Leatherbee, Boston, 1907
39 Rogers Family of England, embracing John Rogers, the Martyr, and Descendants, John Cox Underwood, NewYork, 1911.
(1-39 from J. Montgomery Seaver's Rogers Family, 1929, pp. 66-67.)
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