Daniel T. Rogers(b. 1943) - all my relatives - pafc4963 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File

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

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Joseph Macy

1Silvanus Jenkins Macy, Genealogy of the Macy Family from 1635-1868, p. 90 (1868).
"38 JOSEPH MACY,4 married Hannah Hobbs.
(THOMAS,3 JOHN,2 THOMAS1).
CHILDREN, FIFTH GENERATION.
MARY, b. at Nantucket, July 15, 1729, d. at Guilford Co., N. C., Oct. 13, 1808 115
THOMAS, b. at Nantucket, March 1, 1731; d. at Guilford Co., N. C., 116
BETHIAH, b at Nantucket, April 3, 1733; d. Guilford Co., N. C., 117
JOSEPH, b. at Nantucket, Oct. 4, 1735, d. at Guilford Co., N. C., 118
HENRY, b. at Nantucket, Nov. 4, 1737; d. at Guilford Co., N. C. , April 13, 1816 119
PAUL, b. at Nantucket, May 3, 1740, d. at ,Ohio 1832 120
ENOCH, b. at Nantucket, May 11, 1743, died at Guilford Co., N. C., 121
Hannah Hobbs was daughter of Benjamin Hobbs and born at ---; married at Nantucket, 1728; died at ---.".


John Worth

1William Richard Cutter, Historic Homes and Places and Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Middlesex Co., Massachusetts, Vol. 1, pp. 95-96 (1908).
"(III) John Worth, son of Richard Worth (2), was born at Nantucket Island, in New England, May 19, 1666. He succeeded his father on the homestead at Nantucket. He married (first), September 22, 1684, Miriam Gardner, daughter of Richard and Sarah (Shattuck) Gardner. She died 1701, and he married (second), September 5, 1704, Ann Sarson. He married (third), Dorcas Smith, daughter of Benjamin Smith. She died August 4, 1730. Children of John and Miriam: 1. Jonathan, born at Nantucket, October 31, 1685. 2. Nathaniel, September 8, 1687. 3. Judith, December 22, 1689. 4,John 1690, died young. 5. Richard, May 27, 1692, mentioned below. 6. William, November 27, 1694. 7. Joseph, married Lydia Gorham, daughter of Shubael and Puella (Hussey) Gorham. 8. Mary. Child of John and Ann: 9. Sarah, July 15, 1708, died young. Children of John and Dorcas: 10. John, September 14, 1725. 11. Sarah, November 5, 1727. 12. Dorcas, February 11, 1730 (?).".