Message sent in from Chuck Gibson:
Isaac Reed, b. 1752, a son of Nathaniel Reed, b. ca. 1720, was in Jackson Co., GA in 1808.
There are 3 unidentified
girls in his family, born in the time frame that your Rebecca was born. My
guess is that Rebecca was a dau. of Isaac Reed and his wife Susannah Rogers,
dau. of Daniel Rogers who d. 1809 Edgefield Dist., SC. Both Isaac and
Susannah d. 1840-50 in Hall Co., GA. KRB
Daniel ROGERS, d. 7/1809, in SC is my GGGGG-Grandfather. His wife was
Sarah UNK. Daniel Rogers, Sr. was a planter in the southern part of Colleton
Co., Granville Dist., SC and settled here bef. 1760 (see ARW war record of
Daniel Rogers, Jr.). He owned land near a Col. Ford who held in his
possession the birth record of Daniel Rogers, Jr. and possibly other Rogers
records. What became of these records after Col. Ford's death is not known.
Living in Edgefield Dist., SC, in 1779; moved sometime aft. 1768 to area
of Chapells and Saluda from deeds and plats. He has two pre-Revolutionary
plats in SC Archives. They show original land grants in 1761 and 1767. He
later bought and sold other properties as shown by plats and deeds
In other information, it appears that Daniel ROGERS, Sr., was the
immigrant for this family and came from Ireland. I have been blessed in a
large part of this research bec. of "The ROGERS Family", a book written in
the early 1960s by Eme O'Dell Bannister, a relative.
Daniel ROGERS, Jr., lived out his life in Edgefield Dist., SC, and his
son Felix ROGERS was born there. Felix ROGERS md. Cassandra PARKINS in
Edgefield Dist. and moved to Pickens Dist. around 1835 or a bit later. He
and successive generations of our ROGERS line are buried in Pickens Co., SC,
many of them at Enon Baptist Church.
Daniel and Sarah had the following children: Daniel, Jr.(md. Lucretia
HARRIS); Hannah (md. William MELTON), Elizabeth (md. Elisha NELSON), Susannah
(md. Isaac REED).