Person:Sarah Rogerson (1)

  1. Sarah Ann Rogerson1807 - 1844
  2. Benjamin Charles Rogerson1810 -
  3. Emma Sophia Rogerson1825 -
  • HThomas Taberabt 1806 - 1879
  • WSarah Ann Rogerson1807 - 1844
m. 30 Jan 1830
  1. Sarah Taber1830 - aft 1875
  2. Emma Taber1832 - 1838
  3. Thomas Taberabt 1834 - before 1837
  4. Thomas Biggars Taber1837 - after 1875
  5. Emma Taber1839 - 1906
  6. Benjamin Charles Taber1840 - 1919
Facts and Events
Name[2] Sarah Ann Rogerson
Married Name Taber
Gender Female
Birth[1][3][5] 23 Jun 1807 Surrey Quays, Greater London, EnglandKingston upon Thames
Marriage 30 Jan 1830 Camberwell, Surrey, EnglandSt Giles by H W C Hyde, curate
to Thomas Taber
Residence[8] 4 Sep 1831 Camberwell, Surrey, EnglandDaughter, Sarah Taber's baptismal
Emigration[1] 7 Nov 1831 New York, New York, United StatesShip: Cambria - arrival date
Religion[9] Feb 1834 Manhattan, New York, New York, United StatesEighth Presbyterian Church Member
Death[3] 24 Jan 1844 Manhattan, New York, New York, United States15 Watts Street, Cause of Death: Phthisis Pulmonary, Age 34 (Correct Age 37), Nativity: England
Burial[3][6][7][10] after 24 Jan 1844 Manhattan, New York, New York, United StatesGerman Lutheran Cemetery, Carmine Street, Rev C.F. Hobe; Remains removed in 1869 to the Lutheran All Faiths Cemetery, Queens, NY
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 New York Passenger List, Sarah Taber, in New York, United States. New York, 1820-1850 Passenger and Immigration Lists.

    Name: Sarah Tabor
    Arrival Date: 7 Nov 1831
    Age: 20
    Gender: F (Female)
    Port of Arrival: New York
    Place of Origin: England
    Destination: United States of America
    Ship: Ship Cambria
    Microfilm Serial Number: M237
    Microfilm Roll Number: 15
    List Number: 398

    Sarah's age was incorrectly reported as three years younger than her correct age on the ship's passenger list and on her death certificate.

  2. Codicil, in Will and Codicil of Thomas Taber]], pg 2, 6 Mar 1875.

    Sarah my eldest Daughter
    Thomas Biggars my eldest Son
    Emma Radcliffe
    Benjamin Charles Children of my first wife "Sarah Ann" of blessed memory

  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 NYC Municipal Archives 1844 Deaths, Box 7.
  4.   Original Letter from BC Taber & Co dated 10 July 1952, describing his grandmother.

    The death of "Eliza" Taber, age 34, Nativity, England, is reported as 27 Jan 1844 at 15 Watts Street in the NYC Municipal Archives. However, the Death Register of the German Evangelical Lutheren Church states the date of death as 24 Jan 1844, and that "Eliza" is a married woman. The address was the residence of Thomas Taber in 1843-1844. The suspicion is that this is the death of "Sarah Ann" Taber and that "Eliza," as the sister-in-law was reporting the death, when the name of the deceased was confused with the reporter. Supporting this suspicion is information in a letter written by Thomas C. Taber on 10 July 1952, "Sarah died after about fourteen married years." As she married in 1830, this would place Sarah's death in 1844. However, the N.Y. Herald and The N.Y. Evening Post were researched. No death notice was found.

    Sarah's age was incorrectly reported as three years younger than her correct age on the ship's passenger list and on her death certificate.

    Original Letter from T.C. Taber describing his grandmother Doggett's NYC Directory 1843-1844 listing Thomas Taber at 15 Watts Street German Evangelical Lutheran Church, NY, Death Register 1844
  5. .

    This baptism for Sarah Ann Rogerson seems likely as it is in the geographical area in which this Sarah Ann's marriage took place. However, the year 1807 would make Sarah Ann about three years old than as reported on other documents.

    Source Information:
    Ancestry.com. London, England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2010.
    Original data: Church of England Parish Registers, 1538-1812. London, England: London Metropolitan Archives.

    Baptism Sarah Ann Rogerson: All Saints Parish
  6. History of the Carmine Street Lutheran Cemetery http://nycemetery.wordpress.com/2011/01/08/carmine-street-lutheran-cemetery/
  7. In the 1845 Doggett's NYC Directory, the Sexton for St. Matthew's Lutheran Church and graveyard at "Clarkson opposite Varick, Ave 6 c. Fifteenth" is C.F. Hobe.
  8. Daughter Sarah Taber's baptismal record
  9. Member Eighth Presbyterian Church: Misnamed "Mary", should be "Sarah Ann"
  10. Letter from The Lutheran All Faiths Cemetery