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Re: Information on decedants of Jacob Kogers
Posted by: Stella Darby (ID *****8188) Date: June 19, 2004 at 14:01:14
In Reply to: Information on decedants of Jacob Kogers by Teri Rogers of 468

Jacob Koger is found in History of Henry County VA as coming first to Pennsylvania. 4 brothers, Jacob, Nicholas, Joseph and Peter.
Jacob married Lucinda Crum(b) and had the following children: Michael, Henry, Peter, Nicholas, Joseph and Mary.
Henry, born in 1742, later settled in Henry County. He married Mary King and their children were: John, Catherine, Betsy, Polly, Sallie, Joseph, Henry, Abraham, Jacob and Billy.
John Koger born 1784 married Gillie C. Napier.
I'm skipping a lot of info.
Henry Koger Jr born in 1790, married Lucinda Thomas
Do you have any information, or do you need families of others?
On the 1880 census for Henry Co John S. Koger born in 1827 and wife Susan had several children listed. Jacob W. Koger, born 1828 and wife Elizabeth also several children; Joseph H. Koger born 1834 and wife Mary Turner have several children and also listed is Joseph's father, Joseph born in 1793 and children. John H. Koger born 1836 and wife Lydia with several children.
If you think you can use this and other information I have, I could send it on e-mail, or regular mail.
Stella H. Darby
imauu2@netzero.net
Lakeland, Fl.


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