Family:Giles Rogers and Sarah Iverson (2)

Facts and Events
Marriage[2][3][4] abt 1672 England
Children
BirthDeath
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1673 England
 
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1677 England
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abt 1683 Virginia
 
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Note: It is not certain that Sarah Iverson was the wife of Giles Rogers. Others claim she was his mother.[3] If Sarah was not his wife, there does not appear to be another contender, as the theory that Rachel Eastham was his wife is part of a debunked theory that his son married Mary Byrd (see talk page of John Rogers and Rachel Eastham, section John Rogers and Mary Byrd: A Theory Debunked).

References
  1.   Early immigrants to Virginia : another Researchers publication. (Indianapolis [Indiana]: Researchers, 1984?), Secondary quality.

    ROGERS, GILES, (Born 1653) Edinburgh, Scotland) Died 1730 King and Queen Co. VA.Married 1672 Rachel Eastham in England. Having been in VA. previously, he returned in 1680, arriving in his own ship.

    This information is part of a debunked theory (see talk page of John Rogers and Rachel Eastham, section John Rogers and Mary Byrd: A Theory Debunked).

  2. Aldridge, Anna Martha. Jacob Stucker Sr. and his kinfolks, 1700-1956. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971), pp. 27-28, Secondary quality.

    Giles Rogers married Sara Iverson, 1672
    (Information apparently from records and/or descendant members of Daughters of the American Colonists.)

  3. 3.0 3.1 Anderson, William Kyle. Donald Robertson and his wife Rachel Rogers of King and Queen County, Virginia: their ancestry and posterity : also a brief account of the ancestry of Commodore Richard Taylor of Orange County, Virginia, and his naval history during the War of the American Revolution. (Detroit, Mich.: unknown, 1900), p. 205.

    'Probably [Giles'] mother was Scotch. Her name is said by some to have been Sarah Iverson. Others claim that Sarah was the wife of Giles. We are inclined to believe the latter is the fact.'

  4. #1, in Rogers, Hopewell L. Rogers: some of the descendants of Giles Roger, an immigrant to Virginia in 1664... (Louisville, Kentucky: H.L. Rogers, 1940), p. 9.

    'GILES ROGERS (1643-1731)m.1672 Sarah Iverson?'