Dear Sally in No.CAR.,
Aren't you glad that some rain is falling there this
week,Sally? I live in California-So.Cal. to be specific -and we are
in a fire-storm mess following our second year of extreme drought
here. BAD,BAD. The nearest fire to me is about 25 miles. So-O.K. for
Two weeks ago I was researching in the Delaware Co.
Historical Museam in DELHI,NYS.The name I was researching in
particular was EVERETT.A great-grandmother of mine was widowed
twice--then married a ROGER's. I do not yet know his first name and
think that marrieage occured in Broome County anyway but this is NOT
the first time that ROGERS has surfaced in my EVERETT research.
However--when I saw some papers in Delhi with a ROGERS-
EVERETT connection, I simply decided to copy them in case of a future
connection. You are in luck because, Sally--there are mention of TWO
named Rufus! plus some other connective information. Isn't that great?
ROGERS,Rufus---NO data but married to Polly [CUNNINGHAM ].No parents
listed for these two people and NO SOURCE CONTRIBUTER NAMED,either.
Sorry.But, seems to have perhaps been an EVERETT descendant.
ROGERS,Rufus M.--Born in Sidney,NY 1822 and married to Margaret L.
[DAVIS]. She was born in Unadilla in 1831.There is more info. on the
[ROGERS], Margaret--born in Sidney in 1875. She married a Ralph S.
EVERETT born in Castle Creek,Chenango TWP.,Broome Co.,NY.There is
some more info on the EVERETT family.It DOES connect to 'my'
EVERETT's--BUT THROUGH A LINE OF COUSINS.
There is some cemetery-plot information also.
Sally-- if you write to HELEN at the Delhi Museum--she has some more
on this ROGERs family, I think. No other children are mentioned in
what I copied to bring home from my trip.THEY CHARGE .25 A PAGE AND
WHAT I HAVE was six pages. That will give you some idea of charges.
Let me know if this info. is helpful, will you,please. I
happen to think that these kinds ofunexpected 'happening' are 'meant
to be--for some reason.
Yours,Charlotte J. Sheldon