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Husband: William Rogers
Born: 1799 in Marion Dist, SC
Married: before 1829 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: 1874 in Marion Co, SC
Father: Lot Rogers
Mother: Nancy Ann Bethea
Spouses:
Wife: Mary Berry
Born: 1801/1802 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1874 in Marion Co, SC
Father: Henry Berry
Mother: Hayes
Spouses:
Children
01 (M): Charles Rogers
Born: in Marion Dist, SC
Died:
Spouses:
02 (M): Evan A Rogers
Born: in Marion Dist, SC
Died: 01 OCT 1854 in Marion Dist, SC
Spouses: Anna Legette
03 (M): Francis Rogers
Born: 1828/1829 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1850 in Marion Dist, SC
Spouses:
04 (F): Elizabeth Ann Rogers
Born: 1829/1830 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1850 in Marion Dist, SC
Spouses: E Wilson Hays
05 (M): Phillip B Rogers
Born: 1830/1831 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1850 in Marion Dist, SC
Spouses:
06 (F): Mary Ann Rogers
Born: 1832/1833 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1850 in Marion Dist, SC
Spouses: Mastin C Stackhouse
07 (F): Nancy Ann Rogers
Born: 1836/1837 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1860 in Marion Dist, SC
Spouses: Daniel F Berry
08 (M): Lot B Rogers
Born: 1837/1838 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1850 in Marion Dist, SC
Spouses:
09 (F): Margaret Rogers
Born: 1841/1842 in Marion Dist, SC
Died: after 1850 in Marion Dist, SC
Spouses: Ivey
Additional Information

William Rogers:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1800;

!CENSUS:1810;

!CENSUS:1820;

!NAMED-PROBATE ROLL # 684 Lot Rogers Marion Co., SC
Will 28 Mar 1829 pr 7 Apr 1829
Wife Ann
Sons: Elisha, David, Timothy, Robert, Noah, William and Phillip Rogers
dau Sally Legett
gr-ch now living: Martha and David Rogers
gr-ch William, Nathan and Elizabeth Ann Evans
...;

!CENSUS:1830 Marion Dist., SC pg 44
William Rogers age 30-39 (1790/1800)
220001-100001, slaves=000000-110000;

!CENSUS:1840 Marion Dist., SC pg 141
Willm Rogers Sr age 40-49 (1790/1800)
0100001-110001;

!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist., SC # 1436/1442
William Rogers 50 Farmer $4000 Marion
Mary 48
Francis 21 m "
Phillip 19 "
Ann 13
Lot 12
Margaret 8;

!REFERENCE: A History of Marion County, South Carolina From Its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, by W. W. Sellers, Esq., of the Marion Bar. 1902. pp. 148-157
...
- Henry was a man of family, and had lands granted to him on Little Reedy Creek in 1786; he married a Miss Hays, and settled on said Reedy Creek; he raised two sons, Dennis and Slaughter, and four daughters. Dennis and Slaughter married sisters, two daughters of David Miles, an old citizen of upper Marion. Of the four daughters, Elizabeth married Bryant Jones; Fama married Nathan Tart; Martha, called Pattie, married John M. Miles; and Mary married William Rogers. The father, Henry Berry, was a capital man and intelligent for his day and time; he served as Justice of the Peace for some years, evidenced by his official signature to the probate of deeds for record seen by the writer he accumulated a good property for his time; he founded or built the Catfish Baptist Church, not where it now stands, but back from its present location on Little Reedy Creek. In his old age he divided out his property among his children, and then lived among them himself till his death, about 1853 or 1854; he was over ninety years of age at his death. ;

!REFERENCE: A History of Marion County, South Carolina From Its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, by W. W. Sellers, Esq., of the Marion Bar. 1902. pp. 178-183
...
Of the Dothan family, one Lot Rogers, from Virginia, came to South Carolina about the close of the Revolutionary War; he married a sister of old Buck Swamp John Bethea, named Nannie, whether before his arrival in South Carolina or after, is not now known; he settled and lived and died just above Dothan Church, on the road leading from Dothan to Little Rock, formerly called Harlleesville ; he raised a large family-think, mostly sons ; of these, only Timothy and William were known to the writer ; others of them went West ; one daughter only known to the writer; she became the wife of Nathan Evans, and the mother of the late General William and Nathan Evans, as hereinbefore mentioned.
...
Old Lot Rogers' youngest son, William, and perhaps his youngest child, born in 1799, inherited the old homestead of his father, and is now owned by his youngest son, our good fellow-citizen. Lot B. Rogers; he married the youngest daughter (Mary) of old Henry Berry, as hereinbefore stated; he and wife lived and died on his father's homestead at an old age—not many years ago; the fruits of the marriage were sons, Charles, Evan, Frank, Philip B. and Lot B., and daughters, Elizabeth Ann, Mary Ann, Nancy and Margaret.
...
William Rogers died in 1874, at the age of seventyfive years ; his wife survived him a few years and she died. ;

Mary Berry:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist., SC # 1436/1442
William Rogers 50 Farmer $4000 Marion
Mary 48
Francis 21 m "
Phillip 19 "
Ann 13
Lot 12
Margaret 8;


!REFERENCE: A History of Marion County, South Carolina From Its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, by W. W. Sellers, Esq., of the Marion Bar. 1902. pp. 148-157
...
- Henry was a man of family, and had lands granted to him on Little Reedy Creek in 1786; he married a Miss Hays, and settled on said Reedy Creek; he raised two sons, Dennis and Slaughter, and four daughters. Dennis and Slaughter married sisters, two daughters of David Miles, an old citizen of upper Marion. Of the four daughters, Elizabeth married Bryant Jones; Fama married Nathan Tart; Martha, called Pattie, married John M. Miles; and Mary married William Rogers. The father, Henry Berry, was a capital man and intelligent for his day and time; he served as Justice of the Peace for some years, evidenced by his official signature to the probate of deeds for record seen by the writer he accumulated a good property for his time; he founded or built the Catfish Baptist Church, not where it now stands, but back from its present location on Little Reedy Creek. In his old age he divided out his property among his children, and then lived among them himself till his death, about 1853 or 1854; he was over ninety years of age at his death.
...
Mary, called Polly Rogers, wife of the late William Rogers, has been dead for more than twenty years; she was the youngest daughter of old Henry Berry; she has several descendants now in the county, to the third and fourth generations. Our good citizens, Philip B. Rogers and Lot B. Rogers, are sons of hers ; and of her daughters, Mrs. Mastin Stackhouse, Mrs. D. F. Berry and Mrs. Maggie Ivey are still living. Of the dead and the living they, perhaps, number more than a hundred, among the Hays, Stackhouses, Lewis, Adams, Berrys and others, her descendants are to be found. ;

!REFERENCE: A History of Marion County, South Carolina From Its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, by W. W. Sellers, Esq., of the Marion Bar. 1902. pp. 178-183
...
Old Lot Rogers' youngest son, William, and perhaps his youngest child, born in 1799, inherited the old homestead of his father, and is now owned by his youngest son, our good fellow-citizen. Lot B. Rogers; he married the youngest daughter (Mary) of old Henry Berry, as hereinbefore stated; he and wife lived and died on his father's homestead at an old age—not many years ago; the fruits of the marriage were sons, Charles, Evan, Frank, Philip B. and Lot B., and daughters, Elizabeth Ann, Mary Ann, Nancy and Margaret.
...
William Rogers died in 1874, at the age of seventyfive years ; his wife survived him a few years and she died. ;

(01) Charles Rogers:

Notes:

!REFERENCE: A History of Marion County, South Carolina From Its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, by W. W. Sellers, Esq., of the Marion Bar. 1902. pp. 178-183
...
Old Lot Rogers' youngest son, William, and perhaps his youngest child, born in 1799, inherited the old homestead of his father, and is now owned by his youngest son, our good fellow-citizen. Lot B. Rogers; he married the youngest daughter (Mary) of old Henry Berry, as hereinbefore stated; he and wife lived and died on his father's homestead at an old age-not many years ago; the fruits of the marriage were sons, Charles, Evan, Frank, Philip B. and Lot B., and daughters, Elizabeth Ann, Mary Ann, Nancy and Margaret.
...
Of the sons, Charles emigrated West, and, doubtless, is dead ; nothing, however, is known of him by the writer.;

(03) Francis Rogers:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist., SC # 1436/1442
William Rogers 50 Farmer $4000 Marion
Mary 48
Francis 21 m "
Phillip 19 "
Ann 13
Lot 12
Margaret 8;

!REFERENCE: A History of Marion County, South Carolina From Its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, by W. W. Sellers, Esq., of the Marion Bar. 1902. pp. 178-183
...
Old Lot Rogers' youngest son, William, and perhaps his youngest child, born in 1799, inherited the old homestead of his father, and is now owned by his youngest son, our good fellow-citizen. Lot B. Rogers; he married the youngest daughter (Mary) of old Henry Berry, as hereinbefore stated; he and wife lived and died on his father's homestead at an old age-not many years ago; the fruits of the marriage were sons, Charles, Evan, Frank, Philip B. and Lot B., and daughters, Elizabeth Ann, Mary Ann, Nancy and Margaret.
...
The third son, Frank, grew up to manhood and went to Louisiana, and died there many years ago.;

(05) Phillip B Rogers:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist., SC # 1436/1442
William Rogers 50 Farmer $4000 Marion
Mary 48
Francis 21 m "
Phillip 19 "
Ann 13
Lot 12
Margaret 8;

!REFERENCE: A History of Marion County, South Carolina From Its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, by W. W. Sellers, Esq., of the Marion Bar. 1902. pp. 148-157
...
Mary, called Polly Rogers, wife of the late William Rogers, has been dead for more than twenty years; she was the youngest daughter of old Henry Berry; she has several descendants now in the county, to the third and fourth generations. Our good citizens, Philip B. Rogers and Lot B. Rogers, are sons of hers ; and of her daughters, Mrs. Mastin Stackhouse, Mrs. D. F. Berry and Mrs. Maggie Ivey are still living. Of the dead and the living they, perhaps, number more than a hundred, among the Hays, Stackhouses, Lewis, Adams, Berrys and others, her descendants are to be found. ;

!REFERENCE: A History of Marion County, South Carolina From Its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, by W. W. Sellers, Esq., of the Marion Bar. 1902. pp. 178-183
...
Old Lot Rogers' youngest son, William, and perhaps his youngest child, born in 1799, inherited the old homestead of his father, and is now owned by his youngest son, our good fellow-citizen. Lot B. Rogers; he married the youngest daughter (Mary) of old Henry Berry, as hereinbefore stated; he and wife lived and died on his father's homestead at an old age-not many years ago; the fruits of the marriage were sons, Charles, Evan, Frank, Philip B. and Lot B., and daughters, Elizabeth Ann, Mary Ann, Nancy and Margaret.
...
Philip B.,.the fourth son, now one of our prosperous fellow-citizens, married a Miss Gaddy, daughter of Allen Gaddy, and raised a considerable family, sons and daughters, who are among us now as citizens and wives of our citizens, and are known. Philip B. Rogers' wife died some two or three years ago; he is now a widower—I do not know how long he will remain such.* [**Philip B. Rogers has since married to a lady in North Carolina.].;

(08) Lot B Rogers:

Notes:

!CENSUS:1850 Marion Dist., SC # 1436/1442
William Rogers 50 Farmer $4000 Marion
Mary 48
Francis 21 m "
Phillip 19 "
Ann 13
Lot 12
Margaret 8;

!REFERENCE: A History of Marion County, South Carolina From Its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, by W. W. Sellers, Esq., of the Marion Bar. 1902. pp. 148-157
...
Mary, called Polly Rogers, wife of the late William Rogers, has been dead for more than twenty years; she was the youngest daughter of old Henry Berry; she has several descendants now in the county, to the third and fourth generations. Our good citizens, Philip B. Rogers and Lot B. Rogers, are sons of hers ; and of her daughters, Mrs. Mastin Stackhouse, Mrs. D. F. Berry and Mrs. Maggie Ivey are still living. Of the dead and the living they, perhaps, number more than a hundred, among the Hays, Stackhouses, Lewis, Adams, Berrys and others, her descendants are to be found. ;

!REFERENCE: A History of Marion County, South Carolina From Its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901, by W. W. Sellers, Esq., of the Marion Bar. 1902. pp. 178-183
...
Old Lot Rogers' youngest son, William, and perhaps his youngest child, born in 1799, inherited the old homestead of his father, and is now owned by his youngest son, our good fellow-citizen. Lot B. Rogers; he married the youngest daughter (Mary) of old Henry Berry, as hereinbefore stated; he and wife lived and died on his father's homestead at an old age-not many years ago; the fruits of the marriage were sons, Charles, Evan, Frank, Philip B. and Lot B., and daughters, Elizabeth Ann, Mary Ann, Nancy and Margaret.
...
Lot B. Rogers, the youngest son of William Rogers, is now a leading and successful farmer among us; he married Miss Adaline Townsend, daughter of the late Jacob Townsend, and sister of D. A. Townsend, of Union, one of the Circuit Judges of the State; by that marriage a large family resulted, of sons and daughters, and among them are four sets of twins— all the latter are living except one—some grown and some married, and some of them yet minors. Having succeeded well in life. Lot B. Rogers has so far educated his children well, and they are promising; he himself has represented his county in the State Legislature, besides holding other public positions in the county by the suffrages of his fellow-citizens, and in every one of them has discharged his duty faithfully and to the satisfaction of his friends. ;

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