My earliest ROGERS is Aaron N ROGERS in Stanly County, North Carolina. I do not know his parents, but he was married to Nancy UPCHURCH in this same county. Aaron was born around 1825 or so but not sure where -- probably North Carolina. They had several children my 3rd Great Grandfather among them. His name was Ruben Capers ROGERS and he married Mary Jane YORK (Wood) in 1878 in Searcy County, Arkansas. They moved a great deal but my 2nd Great Grandmother, Fannie Luella ROGERS was born there…See More
Researching the YORK Family in NC and Polk County, TN. My ancestor was Pleasant Andrew YORK, child of John and Rachel LEE YORK. Pleasant married Mary Barbara FULCHER/FETZER (still not sure of her maiden name) and apparently related to Alvin C YORK (a cousin.) Anyone else working on these particular YORKs?See More
I am trying to find the following people: Leucreacy SCOTT (?) LEE -- it has been suggested that she is a Scott descendent. She was in the 1800 Census for Furtherford County, NC Hillery SCOTT (also North Carolina) who may have married her daughter Sara(h)/Sally LEE, also in North Carolina. I believe they were all in the Rutherford County, area, but can not swear to that.Any help would be appreciated as I am hoping it will lead to my Rachel LEE's siblings and family thru her mother Leucreasy…See More
"Another brick wall is in Stanly County...parents of Aaron N. ROGERS. Found in the census for Stanly (as well as my 2nd great-grandfather Ruben Capers ROGERS) but am unable to fund his father's father or mother. Ruben's mother was…"
"I am still trying to break thru my major LEE brick wall. I am trying to find the parents of Rachel and Sara(h) LEE. Rachel married John YORK in 1805 Randolph County (she was roughly 12 years old????) and Sara(h) married a Hillery…"
"Have you been able to find anything else out about Rachel LEE? Who was Rachel's daughter which led to you, as my line comes down through her daughter Martha, to John WOODS, to Ruben ROGERS, thru their daughter Fanny Luella ROGERS to William…"
"That is a cunundrum, isn't it Jim? It has been said, that DNA doesn't lie, so perhaps you should track the PERRYs for a while and see where that leads. My ex has a similar situation -- on the wagon train west, a son of a family got sick…"
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No, rest assured it wasn't anything you said. However, there are "some" (only a few) people in chat I refuse to associate with any longer because of their ________ (fill in the blank: attitude, lack of respect,…"
"Hi William -- I miss you in Gen-Chat...come back, we all need your expertise, and it's just not the same without you. Hope you're doing well...and I hope it wasn't someone said that chased you away - that would a darn shame if…"
There are early York graves at the historic Sandy Creek Baptist Church Cemetery, Liberty, Randolph County, North Carolina. For some reason, I took a photo of them when I visited there. I will share them with you.
No, rest assured it wasn't anything you said. However, there are "some" (only a few) people in chat I refuse to associate with any longer because of their ________ (fill in the blank: attitude, lack of respect, insensitivity, POV, immaturity, lack of "growth", etc.). While for some people it is easy enough to ignore others in a social situation, it is not so for me personally. As you know I prefer to engage with everyone all the time. I won't be returning to the chat room, but anyone can contact me on my page or otherwise and I'll still be posting to my blogs here, etc.. Be well and my best to those cousins and the ones I still consider friends