Last name: Rogers
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I am a Rogers that dropped the Ro"d"gers when my family came to New York, but our family is of German descent. I have found several places saying it is an English name derived from German language. But nowhere am I seeing German decent Rogders, or a history of the Surname. Any one have anything on that?
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Hi my dad is Patrick Joseph Rogers he was born in Monaghan in 1945 he has a brother Kevin he did have a brother Eugene but passed away a sister Margaret she has passed and a sister Mary some where in Ireland.She did have a post office years ago there.Please let me know if anyone here thinks or know we could be related please.I have for a cousin in Birmingham.
Sam Sandilla Jr.
Looking for any relatives oh John Rogers (unsure of wifes name) his children who came to the States would have been George, John, Emma, and Moses or also known as Edward
English born n bred know another Rogers family too
Thomas Rogers came over on the 2nd trip of the Mayflower
My grandfather is named William Rogers and I can't find him ANYWHERE.