Person:Ann Rogers (31)

m. abt 1716
  1. John Rogersabt 1717 - 1797
  2. Giles Rogersabt 1719 - 1794
  3. George Rogers1721 - 1802
  4. Mary Rogers1727 - 1800
  5. Ann Rogers1728 - 1798
  6. Lucy Rogers1731 - 1764
  7. Mildred Rogers1733 - 1788
  8. Bird Rogers1735 - 1800
  9. Rachel Rogers1737 - 1792
  • HJohn Clark1726 - bet 1799
  • WAnn Rogers1728 - 1798
m. abt 1749
  1. Gen. Jonathan Clark1750 - 1811
  2. Gen. George Rogers Clark1752 - 1818
  3. Ann Clark1755 - 1822
  4. Lt. John Clark1757 - 1783
  5. Lt. Richard Clark1760 - 1783
  6. Capt. Edmund Clark1762 - 1815
  7. Lucy Clark1765 - 1838
  8. Elizabeth Clark1768 - 1795
  9. Gov. William Clark1770 - 1838
  10. Frances "Fanny" Eleanor Clark1773 - 1825
Facts and Events
Name Ann Rogers
Gender Female
Birth[2] 21 Oct 1728 King and Queen, Virginia, United StatesDrysdale Parish
Marriage abt 1749 Virginiato John Clark
Death[2] 24 Dec 1798 Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States
Ancestral File Number 4Q4N-5N
Burial[2] Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United StatesMulberry Hill
Vital Records

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References
  1.   Dawson, Nelson L. Genealogies of Kentucky Families: From the Filson Club History Quarterly. (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1981), 3:268.

    '[T]he will of one John Bates, Jr., dated December 30, 1733, … [which includes] “I give and bequath unto my God daughter Ann Rogers (the daughter of John and Rachell Rogers) …” [and] “Lastly I do hereby Constitute and Appoint my loving friends John Rogers (of King & Queen County) and William Motley (of Essex County) to be my Executors …” '

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Ann Rogers Clark Memorial