Bathsheba Barrett married Samuel Oxford Jr, His date of birth, contrary to what appears on the internet, isn't certainly known. Documentation, meaning his appearance on a tax record with his father, Samuel Oxford Sr., in 1768, proves only that he was born by NO LATER THAN 1756.
A 1771 church petition, showing him with two "souls" in his family, suggests, but ONLY SUGGESTS, he and Bathsheba were married by 1771, but MAY NOT have yet had children. Census records INDICATING the ages of their children SUGGEST this was the case.
Bathsheba and Samuel were seperated at an unknown date, but certainly between 1790 and 1800. The 1790 census shows them with six sons and three daughters. In his will, written more-or-less twenty years later, he namnes six sons and three daughters. (A grandson, in a family history, written long after his death, names eight sons, but their identity hasn't been certainly proven.)
The 1800 census shows Bathasheba's two yougest children, a daughter and a son, were born between 1784 to 1790. She is over forty-five in 1800, giving her a birthdate of by, or before, 1755.
Bathsheba's Barrett Oxford's daughter, Bathsheba Oxford Byler, left a family Bible to a son, Aldred Tyra Byler. It gives Samuel Oxford's date of death as 24 March 1811, and Bathsheba's as 22 August 1816.
The date at which Samuel Oxford's Jr.s' will was written, and probated, proves he did die in 1811. He doesn't name Bathsheba in his will, or leave her anything, suggesting they may have been divorced, and she may have received what was due her from his estate at the time the divorce was granted. However, no record of a divorce exists, and the fact she was able to sue the estate, contesting the selling of personal property to Molly Fox, and did so as Bathsheba Oxford, strongly suggests, if not proves, she was still married to SAmuel
As for Abel and Edieth Rogers Oxford, I'm descended from them. THere's no proof, or even evidence other than the name, Rogers, and the marriage of Abel's brother to a daughter of this couple, that Edieth was a daughter of George and Elizabeth Lawsoon Rogers. In fact, although no proof of this exists either, a grandaughter claimed Edieth was the daughter of Cherokee Chief, John Rogers, This has been disproven though, and no proof found to support a claim another Cherokee, also named John Rogers, was her father.
I was interested though to read some of the Kuykendalls ended up in places in Texas where Abel and Edieth Rogers Oxford's descendents did. They may simply have been following the same migration paths, but, then again, it could indicate a connection between the famiies.