Daniel T. Rogers(b. 1943) - all my relatives - pafc145 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File

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


Richard Moore +

1Ethel Stanwood Bolton, Some Descendants of John Moore of Sudbury, Mass., NEHGR Vol. 57, pp. 303-304 (Jul. 1903).
"8. RICHARD3 MOORE (Jacob,2 John1) was born in Sudbury, Sept. 12, 1670. He married Mary, daughter of Samuel and Mary Collins of Middletown, Conn. He lived for a time in Needham, but on June 6, 1714, he sold his farm of two hundred and sixtty acres in the south part of the town, and in August bought a house and land in Oxford, of Samuel Hagburn (Worcester Co. Deeds, Vol. I., pp. 33, 35). and finally became the largest landowner in the southern part of that town. He was the second licensed inn-holder, the first Justice of the Peace, and also the first Representative. He was also Town Clerk, Selectman and treasurer. His wife died July 12, 1760; and he died November 19, 1767, aged 96.
i. SYBILLA, 4 b. Sept. 2, 1694, in Sudbury; m. Ebenezer Chamberlain of Oxford. There is an interesting letter in the History of Oxford from Sybilla Chamberlain.
ii. ABIGAIL, b. July 23, 1696.
29. iii. COLLINS, b. Oct. 17, 1698.
30. iv. ISAAC, b. June 11, 1700.
31. v. ELIJAH, b. Mar. 14, 1701-2.
vi. SUSANNA, b. Dec. 26, 1703.
32. vii. ABIJAH, b. Dec. 22, 1705.
33. viii. RICHARD, b. Jan. 10, 1708.
ix. MARY, b. May 15, 1710.".

Nathaniel Woods +

1Henry Ernest Woods, The Woods Family of Groton, Mass., NEHGR Vol. 64, pp. 35-36 (Jan. 1910).
"4. NATHANIEL2 WOODS (Samuel1), born at Groton 25 Mar. 1667-8, died there 20 June 1738.
He married four times: first ELEANOR --------; SECONDLY Alice --------, born about 1673-4, died Jan. 1717-18 in her 45th year; thirdly, 3 July 1721, SARAH BROWN, born at Sudbury, Mass., 20 May 1680, died at Groton 3 Mar. 1724-5, daughter of Jabez and Deborah (Haines) of Sudbury and Stow., Mass,; and fourthly, 14 Sept. 1725, Mrs. MARY (BLANCHARD) DERBYSHIRE, who survived him, daughter of John of Dunstable, and widow of John of Groton.
Children, all born at Groton:
9. i. NATHANIEL,3 b. 19 Oct. 1694.
ii. DANIEL, b. 10 Aug. 1696; killed in Lovewell's Fight at Pigwacket (Fryeburg, Me.) 8 May 1725.
10. iii. JOHN, b. 3 Mar. 1697-8.
11. iv. ISAAC, b. 20 Feb. 1699-1700.
v. BATHSHEBA, b. 5 Apr. 1702; m. (1) 2 May 1923, COLLINS MOORE of Oxford, Mass.; m. (2) 11 Aug. 1743. SAMUEL TOWN of Oxford; m. (3) 20 Dec. 1760, JOSEPH PHILLIPS of Oxford; d. at Charlton, Mass., in 1773.
vi. HANNAH, b. 16 Mar. 1704; m. 27 Apr. 1725, JOHN FARMER of Billerica, Mass.; d. before 1738.
vii. PHEBE, b. 13 jan. or Feb. 1705-6; d. young.
12. viii. AARON, b. 26 May 1707.
13. ix. MOSES, b. 6 July 1709.
14. x. REUBEN, b. 11 Apr. 1711.
Children by second wife:
xi. PHEBE, b. 6 Mar. 1713; m. Oct. 1733, JAMES TUFTS of Medford, Mass.; living in 1770.
15. xii. JONATHAN, b. 4 June 1715."

According to Groton Vital records, Alice (not Eleanor) is the mother of Bathsheba.

Alice Whitney +

1Coralynn Brown, copier, Groton, MA Vital Records to 1850 [Births], 974.44/GLV2e .
"WOODS (also see Wood)
Aron, s. Nathaniell and Alles [Eleonor. CR1], May 26, 1707. Bathsheba, dau Nathaniel and Alles, Apr 5, 1702.
Daniell, s. Nathaniell and Alles, Aug. 10, 1696.
Hana, dau Nathanel and Ales, Mar. 16, 1704. Hanna, dau Nathaniell and Alles, Mar. 6, 1704.
Isac, s. Nathaniell and Alles, Feb. 22, 1699-1700.
John, s. Nathaniell and Alles, Mar. 4, 1698.
Jonathan, s. Nathaniell and Alles, June 4, 1716.
Moses, s. Nathaniell and Alles [Eleanor. CR1], July 6, 1709.
Nathaniall, s. Nathaniell and Alles, Oct. 19, 1694.
Phebe, dau Nathaniell and Alles, Feb. 13, 1705-06.
Phebe, dau Nathaniell and Alles, Mar. 6, 1713.
Reuben, s. Nathaniel and Eleanor, bp. Apr. 15, 1711. CR1.
Ruben, s. Nathaniell and Alles, Apr. 11, 1711."

URL = http://www.rays-place.com/town/ma/groton/gro-birth-t.htm

Shows that Bathsheba is the daughter of Alice -- and not of Eleanor, purported 1st wife of Nathaniel Woods.
However the identity of Alice's parents is uncertain. Neither Jonathan nor Joshua Whitney are listed as her parents.

Jacob Moore Jr.+

1Ethel Stanwood Bolton, Some Descendants of John Moore of Sudbury, Mass., NEHGR Vol. 57, pp. 301-302 (Jul. 1903).
"3. JACOB3 MOORE (John1) was born in Sudbury, Apr. 28, 1645. He married, May 29, 1667, Elizabeth, daughter of Henry Looker, or Loker, of Sudbury. In 1678, Henry Looker deeded his whole estate, "for love," to his son and daughter Jacob and Elizabeth Moore (Middlesex Co. Deeds, Vol. 10, p. 93); and Jacob, in 1697, deeded the same, which consisted of one hundred and thirty acres, to his eldest son Jacob, for a like consideration (Middlesex Co. Deeds, Vol. 37, p. 517). A few months later, he also gave Jacob one half of his homestead farm (Middlesex Co. Deeds, Vol. 37, p. 521). In 1716, Jacob disposed of the rest of his property, dividing it between his other sons, Samuel, Daniel, Jonathan, James, Richard and Nathaniel (Middlesex Co. Deeds, Vol. 18, pp. 137, 138, 139, 206, 237).
i. JACOB,3 b. in 1668 (?) in Sudbury; living; living in 1697.
8. ii. RICHARD, b. Sept. 12, 1670.
iii. JOHN, b. Dec. 13, 1673.
iv. ELIZABETH, b. Feb. 4, 1675.
9. v. NATHANIEL, b. June 21, 1678.
vi. HANNAH, b. July 18, 1680.
vii. SARAH, b. Jan. 28, 1681-2; d. Feb. 9, 1682
viii. SARAH, B. Mar. 3, 1684.
10. ix. DANIEL, b. Apr. 13, 1686 or 7.
11. x. SAMUEL, b. July 15, 1689.
12. xi. JAMES.
13. xii. JONATHAN.".

Samuel Collins +

1Samuel H. Parsons, copier, Record of the Births, Marriages and Deaths of the First Proprietors of Lands in Middletown, Ct., NEHGR 14: 64 (Jan 1860).
"Samuel Collins, (brother of Rev. Nathaniel,) lands recorded Feb. 28, 1667, vol. 1, p. 59. Martha, born 3 March, 1666; Samuel, b. 21 Oct. 1668; Edward, b. 18 June, 1664; Sybilla, 24 Feb. 1670; Mary, b. 16 June, 1672; Abigail, b. 2 June, 1673; Daniel, b. 5 Oct. 1675, d. Hune 6, 1689. Mrs. Mary Collins, widow of Mr. Samuel Collins, d. March 5, 1713-14. Mr. Samuel Collins d. 10 Jan. 1696. N. B. Mary, the wife of Samuel Collins, was the daughter of John Dixwell, the Regicide of Charles 1st.".

John Moore +

1Ethel Stanwood Bolton, Some Descendants of John Moore of Sudbury, Mass., NEHGR Vol. 57, pp. 300-301 (Jul. 1903).
"MANY Moores from England, Scotland and Ireland came to New England, and among the earlier of these settlers was John Moore of Sudbury, the father of numerous descendants. These have settled, as a rule, in middle and western Massachusetts, though two branches have left the State, one to go to Maine and one to Connecticut.
The name was spelled in various ways by various members: Moore, Moor, More and Moors, never Mooar, but for the sake of uniformity the spelling Moore will be retained throughout this article.
1. JOHN1 MOORE bought a house and land of Edmund Rice in 1642, in that part of Sudbury which afterwards became Wayland. He took the oath of fidelity on July 9, 1645. He married, in Sudbury, Elizabeth, daughter of Philemon Whale, who oulived him. On August 25, 1668, he made his will, in which he refers to his "age." He died Jan. 6, 1673-4, and his will was probated April 7, 1674 (Worcester Co. Probate, 10921). He mentions his sons John, of Lancaster, William, Jacob, Joseph, to whom he leaves his house, and Benjamin; also his daughters Elizabeth, wife of Henry Rice, Mary, wife of Daniel Stone, and Lydia, wife of James Cutler. His widow Elizabeth was named as Executrix. The inventory of his estate showed a valuation of £804:7:0. She died Dec. 14, 1690.
2. i. JOHN.2
ii. WILLIAM. In 1664 he bought land in Sudbury of Thomas Beesbeech of Marshfield (Middlesex Co. Deeds, Vol. 3, p. 87), and in 1679 he sold forty-eight acres in four pieces to his brother Benjamin (Middlesex Co. Deeds, Vol. 10, p. 92).
iii. MARY, m. (1) Sept. 8, 1661, Richard Ward, who was drowned March 31, 1666; m. (2) Dea. Daniel Stone.
iv. LYDIA, b. June 24, 1643; m. (1) May 3, 1664, Samuel Wright, who d. Aug. 21, the same year; m. (2) June 15, 1665, James Cutler.
3. v. JACOB, b. Apr. 28, 1645.
4. vi. JOSEPH, b. Oct. 21, 1647.
5. vii. BENJAMIN, b. perhaps Dec. 13, 1648.
viii. ELIZABETH, b. Jan. 10, 1649.".

Henry Loker Jr.+

1Andrew H. Ward, Sudbury Records, NEHGR Vol. 17, p. 314 (Oct 1863), Vol. 18, p. 139 (Apr 1864).
"Hannah, wife of Henry Loker, . . . . . . dyed 14 Feb. 1679
Henry Loker, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .dyed 14 Oct. 1688.".

Henry Loker +

1Miss Elizabeth French, Genealogical Research in England, NEHGR Vol. 63, p. 280 (Jul 1909).
"The Will of HENRIE LOKER of Bures St. Mary in the County of Essex, glover, 22 Feb. 1630. Body to be buried in the churchyard of the parish of Bures aforesaid. To wife Elizabeth £12 and all household stuff during the term of her life if she continue single, but if she marry, eldest son Henrie, son John, daughter Bridgett, and youngest daughter Ann to have certain household goods [enumerated]. . . .
[The above Loker or Looker family appear early in Sudbury, Mass. Elizabeth Looker, widow, died there 18 (3) 1648. Henry was proprietor in 1639, freeman in 1643, married Hannah Brewer 24 Mar. 1647, and died 14 Oct. 1688. . . .".

Edward Collins +

1James Savage, John Farmer and Orlando Perry Dexter, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England: A-C, Vol. 1, p. 434 (1860-2).
"COLLINS, EDWARD, Cambridge 1638, freem. 13 May 1640, was deac. rep. 1654-70, exc. 61, liv. many yrs. on planta. of Gov. Craddock at Medford, and at last purch. it, sold to Richard Russell 600 acres, and other parts to others. Mather, Magn. IV. 8, in his whole chap. on the tw. s. John and Nathaniel, does not equal in value the few lines of Mitchell, from wh. we learn, his w. was Martha, and ch. Daniel. a. 9 yrs. old when his parents unit. with his ch. possib. f. of Phebe, wh. d. at c. 5 Jan. 1654; liv. at Konigsburg, in Prussia; John H. C. 1649; Samuel, liv. in Scotland for some yrs.; and Sibyl, w. of Rev. John Whiting, all b. in Eng.; beside these, Martha, b. Sept. 1639; Nathaniel, 7 Mar. 1643, H. C. 1660; Abigail, 20 Sept. 1644; and Edward, 1646, all bapt. here. Abigail m. prob. in 1663 John Willet, s. of capt. Thomas, wh. d. 2 Feb. 1664; and Martha it is thot, m. Rev. Joshua Moody. The patriarch d. at Charlestown, 9 Apr. 1689, aged a. 86.".