Ann Mary Rogers

(1683 - 1689)

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Ann Mary Rogers
1683 - 1689
Born
May 8, 1683
New London, New Londin, Connecticut
Death
July 26, 1689
New London, New Londin, Connecticut
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Ann Mary Rogers was born on May 8, 1683 at New London, New Londin, Connecticut. She died on July 26, 1689 at New London, New Londin, Connecticut at age 6.
Updated: February 06, 2019
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Ann Rogers was born on at New London, New Londin, Connecticut
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Ann Rogers died on at New London, New Londin, Connecticut
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Ann Rogers was born on at New London, New Londin, Connecticut
Ann Rogers died on at New London, New Londin, Connecticut
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Ann Mary Rogers passed away on July 26, 1689 at New London, New Londin, Connecticut at 6 years old. She was born on May 8, 1683 at New London, New Londin, Connecticut. There is no information about Ann's immediate family.

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