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Edward F. RODGERS: South Carolina to Georgia to Alabama Updated July 22, 2010
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After 6 years and countless hours of query I found my RODGERS Roots in Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia. I am trying to locate the Rodgers family who lived in the Barnwell District of South Carolina until my g-g-grandfather left in 1830 (coming to Georgia). His Civil War records indicate the district and the the time he came to Georgia. He was born in 1834, South Carolina, married in 1851 in Muscogee County, Georgia and died there in 1902. Some family names used for sons are: Edward Franklin, John Henry, William, Lewis F. (Louis), Thomas C., John (J.J.), Charles Demic and John William. Please feel free to contact me with any information; especially if you feel we have American Indian back- ground. Please enjoy the fruits of my RODGERS/ROGERS research.