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Hannah Salter

Also Known As: "Anna", "String", "Rogerman", "Bowne"
Birthdate: (42)
Death: circa 1687 (34-50)
Immediate Family:

Wife of John Stringer and Henry Salter
Mother of Richard Salter

Managed by: Thomas Robert Luce, Sr.
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Immediate Family

About Hannah Salter has her as: HANNAH ROGERMAN Birth 1645 in Eng, Massachusetts, United States Death 15 Feb 1768 in Isle of Wight, England

with basically same parents as her husband with an "A" after their names

John Salter A 1609 – 1652 Ann Upton A 1602 –

Dennis Gillaspie writes:

I had Richards father down as Henry Sater and his mother down as Hannah Stringer and have a marriage certificate to back that up.
I did do some research and have come up with several resources where the name Rogerman appears in different ways, both through ancestry and on google.
I find if I search ancestry Hannah Rogerman birth 1646-1650 both being married to Henry Salter and having the same parents and living in the same household as his family growing up under the name Rogerman.

I also found an article on Google about a John Stringer and his wife Hannah working with the Quaker movement and after he passed she remarried an unkown man. My honest opinion is she was only 20 when she married Henry , I think her maiden name was Stringer or possibly Rogerman and Henry was her 1st husband.

I'm fairly certain that Henry's father had more than one wife and one of them could easily have brought a daughter into the marriage with a different last name that would explain her living with the family.

Also alot of the research of the Rogerman family takes me back to Jamacia

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Hannah Salter's Timeline

November 27, 1669
Age 24
Charlestown, Middlesex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, Colonial America
Age 42