Person:Seth Rogers (1)

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Seth Rogers
b.Est. 1734-1744
 
m. abt. 1731
  1. Martha Rogersest 1731 - 1785
  2. Robert RogersEst 1732-1742 -
  3. Seth RogersEst 1734-1744 -
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Name Seth Rogers
Gender Male
Birth? Est. 1734-1744

Seth Rogers was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 305.--9th December, 1766. Robert Rogers, of Augusta County, and Robert Wallace, of Hanover Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and Mary ( ) to Seth Rogers, of the same County and Colony, £200, 135 acres in Beverley Manor conveyed from Daniel Kidd to George Rogers, 20th September, 1763. and by George to Robert Rogers and Robert Wallace above, on 22d September, 1763, oak in George Hutcheson's line at Christie's Creek. Teste: James Cooper, Thomas McNeal. Delivered: Seth Rodgers, 5th April, 1774.

Records of Seth Rogers in Augusta County, VA

  • Page 136.--19th November, 1766. Thomas Craige, of Charlotte County, to John Craig, his brother, of Augusta, £27, 178 acres in Beverley Manor, by the Middle River of Shanandore, Kenney's low grounds, Patterson's line. Teste: John Patterson, Robert and Seth Rodgers.
  • MARCH 23, 1773. - (81) Highway surveyor: Seth Rodgers, vice William Hutchison.
  • MARCH 18, 1783. - (9) On motion of George Moffett, Colonel of County, judgment granted versus following Collectors of Districts: John McKemy, Richard Madison, George Sholtz, Seth Rodgers and Richard Buchanon.
  • Book 1 - Single Papers - Note dated 25th March, 1820, by Henirick Jordan (signed in German) to John Gochenour:
Having sew I, Constable one year, do now return Seth Rodger, Thos. Petterson, and John Allison for the ensuing year. (Signed) John Dickson.