Daniel T. Rogers(b. 1943) - all my relatives - pafc4382 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File

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

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Roger Eastman

1Rev. Lucius Root Eastman, Genealogy of the Eastman Family, NEHGR Vol. 21, p. 229 ( Jul. 1867).
"1. ROGER EASTMAN was born in Wales, Great Britain, in 1611, and died in Salisbury, Mass., British Colony, Dec. 16, 1694, a. 83 years. He married, 1639, Sarah -------, who was born 1621, and died March 10, 1698, a. 77 years. They had:---(2) John,2† b. March 9, 1640. (3) Nathaniel,2† b. May 18, 1643. (4) Philip2† b. Dec. 20, 1644. (5) Thomas,2† b. Nov. 16, 1646. (6) Timothy,2+ b. Nov. 29, 1648. (7) Joseph,2+ b. Jan. 8, 1651. (8) Benjamin,2† b. Feb. 12, 1653. (9) Sarah,2† b. Sept. 25, 1655; m. 1st, June 13, 1678, Joseph French; 2nd, Aug. 4, 1684, Solomon Shephard, both of Salisbury, and d. Dec. 1, 1745, a. 93. (10) Samuel,2† b. Nov. 20, 1657; and (11) Ruth2† b. March 21, 1662; m. May 23, 1690, Benjamin Heard, of Dover, N. H. Many traditions have been handed down. But Roger Eastman seems to have been the sole ancestor of the Eastmans in this country. The name has been written in some cases Easman. He sailed from Southampton, Eng., April, 1638, in the ship Confidence of London, John Jobson, Master--settled in Salisbury, Mass. In 1650 his minister's tax was 8s. 3s. Of his ancestry we can find no account. It is believed that for political reasons his registered name and occupation were lower than his true rank.".