James Rogers III was born 22 November 1764 in Dunbarton, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, United States to James Rogers (1728-1791) and Margaret McGregor (1740-1793) and died 22 December 1841 Ontario, Canada of unspecified causes. He married Mary Ann Allen (1775-1852) 1791 .
|Offspring of James Rogers III and Mary Ann Allen (1775-1852) ¢|
|Mary Rogers (1798-1849)|
|Timothy Rogers (1799-1874)|
|Elza Rogers (1801-)|
|Nancy Rogers (1802-)|
|James Rogers (1804-1874)|
|David Rogers (1805-1880|
|Child Rogers (1807-1807)|
|Hannah Rogers (1807-1807)|
|Fanny Rogers (1808-1889)|
|Mary Ann Rogers (aft1808-)|
|Betsie Rogers (aft1808-)|
|Charles Rogers (aft1808-)|
|George W. Rogers (1811-aft1879)|
|Robert Rogers (1819-1890)|
|Anne Wilmot Rogers (1820-1878)|
- Born: November 22, 1764
- Birth Place: Dunbarton, Merrimac, New Hampshire
- Married: About 1791
- Died: December 22, 1841
- Burial Place: St Georges Anglican Church Grafton, Northumberland, Ontario, Canada
- Mary Rogers (1798-1849)
- Timothy Rogers (1799-1874)
- Elza Rogers (1801-?)
- Nancy Rogers (1802-?)
- James Rogers (1804-1874)
- David Rogers (1805-1880+)
- Child Rogers - September 12, 1807 died on birthday.
- Hannah Rogers - August 15, 1807 to August 25, 1807
- Fanny Rogers (1808-1889)
- Mary Ann Rogers (1809+-?)
- Betsie Rogers (1809+-?)
- Charles Rogers (1809+-?)
- George W. Rogers (1811-1880+)
- Robert Rogers (1819-1890)
- Anne Wilmot Rogers (1820-1878)
It seems unlikely that a woman would produce a child on August 15 1807 then another on September 12 1807.
In 1795 James petitioned the State of Vermont for the return of his father's lands that were taken after the Revolution and was granted the unsold lands in Londonderry Township. In 1797 he petitioned the State for his father's lands in Windham Township and was granted the unsold lands. Both townships had an area of 69 square miles. The family left Vermont in 1817 and moved to Grafton, Northumberland, Ontario, Canada where James and Mary lived out their lives. James had sponsored several relatives' educations with the sale of his father's lands.
James served in the Queens Rangers with his father in the American revolution. They mainly protected the Canadian border during the war.
William Gorman (4th Great Grandson)