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Hugh Churchman

Birthplace: Brommehall, Sussex, England
Death: Died in Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of John Churchman and Alice Churchman
Husband of Anne Mary Churchman
Father of Hannah Annis Witter; Anna Rogers and Josiah Churchman

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About Hugh Churchman

Children of Thomas1 Rogers

John2 Rogers (Thomas1), married Ann(a) Churchman.

Joseph2 Rogers married Hannah _____

Lysbeth, living 1622, and may have come over, but no further record

Grietgen (or Margaret) living 1622, may have come over, but no further record.

Children of John2 and Ann(a) Churchman Rogers

John3 Rogers, married, 1st, Elizabeth Pabodie3 (Elizabeth2 Alden, John1); married, 2d, Hannah (Hobart) Brown; married, 3d, Marah (---) Browning, a widow.

(H)Anna3 Rogers, married, 1st, John Tisdale; married, 2d, Thomas Terry; married 3d, Samuel Williams (Taunton Family)

Abigail3 Rogers, married John Richmond as his second wife. .

Elizabeth3 Rogers, married Nathaniel Williams.(Taunton Family)

Joseph2 Rogers (Thomas1), and Hannah _______. (She may not have been his only wife, nor the mother of his children MF5G V2:157) A copy of his will is written in the Plymouth Colony Record Book.

John2 ROGERS (Thomas1) was born before 6 Apr 1606. He was baptized on 6 Apr 1606 Watford, Northampton, England.2 Conflicting evidence indicates he was born in 1614 England or Holland.4 He married Anna CHURCHMAN, daughter of Hugh CHURCHMAN, on 16 Apr 1639 Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.5,6,2 He wrote a will on 26 Aug 1691.7 He died before 20 Sep 1692 Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts.5 His will was probated on 20 Sep 1692.7

He was living in Leyden, Holland, with his mother and two sisters. No further records have been found. She may have come to New England and married.1 He came to New England about 1630 with the last of the Leyden Pilgrim community, and was first taxed in Plymouth Colony 25 Mar 1633.5 On 20 Oct 1634 he bought a lot of land "on Duxbery side." He first served on a jury 7 Dec 1641, was admitted a freeman as early as 1 Mar 1641/2, and was appointed a highway surveyor 5 Jun 1644. He served as a deputy at court on 3 Jun 1657. On 3 Jun 1662, he was one of the "ancient freemen" who was given land on the northerly side of Taunton.

-------------------- According to the Thomas Rogers Society, Anna Churchman Rogers' parentage is unknown:

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Hugh Churchman's Timeline

Brommehall, Sussex, England
Age 24
Broomehall, Sussex, England
Age 25
Probably Huntington, Herefordshire, England
July 9, 1644
Age 52
Lynn, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Week/Peters Marland, Devonshire, England