Wells Family Genealogy

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Dec 8, 2010 – Newspaper articles Fox, Rogers and Vincent December 8, 2010

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Here is a death notice I found in the Connecticut Herald for Dr. William Vincent, my 5th Great Grandfather (1762 – 1841)…. Vincent – William Vincent Dr Connecticut Herald Jul 28th 1807

Here is a death notice for Prudence Turner Fox (1732 – 1823), wife of Samuel Fox. in the Connecticut Gazette…. Connecticut Gazette Jan 1st 1823 Death of Prudence Turner Fox  Prudence is buried in the Fox Cemetery, Oakdale, New London Co., CT.  Here is a picture of her headstone:

Here is a cool little advertisement in the Connecticut Gazette in December 1824.  A farm to let in Waterford (Great Neck) of 180 acres of land that is 4 miles from New London and one half mile from the sea shore.  Says to inquire on the premises of James Rogers, Waterford … Connecticut Gazette Dec 22nd 1824 James Rogers Waterford house for let

If you have any idea which James Rogers this is, I’d like to know.  James was a very popular name in the Rogers family and there are a few candidates of who this James could be.

Here is another advertisement in the Connecticut Gazette.  This one from February on 1832.  A house, barn and land for sale in New London, CT on the river in “Green’s Harbor” that previously belonged to the then deceased Deacon Henry Harris.  Says to inquire on Henry Harris Jr. or Daniel Rogers.  Right below it is another ad that says inquire of Daniel Rogers or Asher Pember.  … Connecticut Gazette Feb 8th 1832 Daniel Rogers  This may be my 3rd Great Grandfather, Daniel Rogers (1790 – 1874) son of Alexander Rogers and husband of Sally Newbury.  Again, Daniel was another popular name with the Rogers Clan so I can’t be sure.

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