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Margaret Rogers (Hubbard)

Also Known As: "Scott"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: of, Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts
Death: after June 22, 1678
of, Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
Immediate Family:

Daughter of William Hubbard, of Essex & Ipswich and Judith Hubbard
Wife of Thomas Scott, of Ipswich and Ezekiel Rogers
Mother of Margaret Snelling; Thomas Scott, lll; Mary Scott; Nathaniel Rogers; Martha Woodbridge and 4 others
Sister of Mary Knight; John Hubbard; Rev. William Hubbard; Nathaniel Hubbard and Reverend Richard Hubbard
Half sister of Martha Eyre

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About Margaret Rogers

MARGARET HUBBARD, daughter of William & Judith Knapp, was born say 1636 in Ipswich MA & died after June 1678 of Boston or Ipswich.

Married

  1. by about 1656 to Thomas Scott (1628-1657), son of Thomas Scott & Elizabeth Strutt
  2. by about 1661 to Ezekiel Rogers (1638-1674) son of Nathaniel Rogers & Margaret Crane.

Children of Thomas Scott (d 1657) & Margaret Hubbard:

  • 1. Margaret; m. (1) William Rogers, merchant, of Boston; m. (2) by Jan. 30, 1676/7, William Snelling of Boston.
  • 2. Thomas; "went into old England and dyed ther"; his mother had been executrix of his estate when she made her will in 1678.
  • 3. Mary, b. March 24, 1657; d. April 1, 1658.

Children of Ezekiel Rogers (d 1674) & Margaret Scott, née Hubbard:

  • (36) I., MARTHA5, b. about 1661; (99) m. 20th May, 1686, Joseph Woodbridge, (son of Rev. John W. 1st minister of Andover, Mass., and Mercy, dau. of Gov. Thomas Dudley) They were of Lynn, Mass., 1694-5, and afterwards of Newbury.
  • (37) II. NATHANIEL5 , b. at Ipswich, Aug. 14, 1664, was a merchant of Boston, 1685.
  • (38) III. JOHN5, b. June 12th, 1666.
  • (39) IV. "Capt." EZEKIEL5, b. at Ipswich, June 4 1667, was of Lynn, Mass.,
  • 1694 -5 ; m. Sept. 20, 1694, widow Lois Bligh, whose maiden name was Ivory, (103) daughter of Thomas I. of L, She afterward, in 1708, M. Mr. Joseph Bass, of L. Mr,Rogers, as appears in an ancient deed, from "his widow," died as early as 24th Feb. 1707-8.
  • (40) V. TIMOTHY 5.
  • (41) VI. SAMUEL5 I of Lynn, March, 1694-5.

Notes

From Subject: Re: Judith (Knapp) Hubbard and her children Date: 3 May 2006

vii MARGARET HUBBARD, b. say 1636; m. (1) by about 1656 Thomas Scott (he d. in 1657 leaving two children and a third who was born posthumously on 24 March 1657[/8] [Phoebe Tilton Anc 119-20; EPR 1:258-59]); m. (2) by about 1661 Ezekiel Rogers (eldest known child b. about 1661 [EQC 6:345; NEHGR 5:316-17]). (In her will of 22 June 1678, Margaret Rogers, widow, referred to the estate of "my son Tho[mas] Scott to which I am executrix" [EQC 9:227-28]. On 15 April 1684, in a dispute over the estate of Thomas Scott, son of Thomas and Margaret (Hubbard) Scott, "William Hubbard and Mary Hubbard testified . that they saw the will and Thomas had left everything to his mother, who was at the time the widow of deponent's brother Ezekiel Rogers" [EQC 9:224].)


  • Ancestors of Malu Del & Tahlia Elphia McDonald
    • from Clarence Almon Torrey, New England Marriages Prior To 1700 (Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Company, Inc., 1985). SCOTT, Thomas (1628-1657) & Margaret [HUBBARD], m/2 Ezekiel ROGERS; Ipswich/Stamford, CT {EIHC 4:25 had Margaret & Thomas; Davis: Anc. of Phoebe Tilton 119; Warner-Harrington 561; Scott (1906) 13; Fowler 28-9; White (#10) 175; Hubbard 169-170; Haynes Anc. 100; Salisbury Fam. 210; Essex Ant. 16:132; EIHC 12:299}
  • Ezekiel Rogers,4, from NEHGR Vl, 5

from "The Ancestry of Phoebe Tilton, 1775-1847, Wife of Capt. Abel Lunt of Newburyport, Massachusetts" page 269-270:

Chidren of Thomas Scott & Elizabeth Strutt:

iii. THOMAS, bapt in Rattlesden June 15, 1628; m. Margaret Hubbard, sister of Rev. William Hubbard of Ipswich, author of History of New England and a Narrative of Troubles with the Indians. He died in Ipswich Sept. 6, 1657. His widow Margaret m. secondly Ezekiel Rogers, son of Rev. Ezekiel Rogers of Rowley, and died, his widow, in Boston in 1678.

Administration on the estate of Thomas Scott was granted to his wife Margaret on Sept. 29, 1657. It was small, containing no real estate, and was insolvent. Thomas Patch and Abigail Bosworth on Sept. 25, 1683, petitioned for the administration on the estate of their brother Thomas Scott, deceased.

Margaret Rogers made her will in Boston on June 22, 1678. Her estate in Ipswich was was bound to make good £200 to her children and, when it cleared of that obligation, £40 from it was to be given to her son and daughter Snelling's two children. The estate of her son Thomas Scott of which she was executrix she left to her own executrix to be disposed of in accordance with Thomas's will. .... etc.

On January 9, 1694, William Rogers addresssed a petition to the Probate Court saying: "Thomas Scott my Grandfather dyed in Ipswich about thirty and eight yers agoe . . . he left my Grandmother with onely two Children viz margerett Scott my mother and thomas Scott . . . my sd uncle thomas Scott went unto old England and dyed ther . . . when I was about four yers old my mother dyed and in a short time after my Grandmother about sixten yers agoe . . . my sd Grandfather dyed sezed of agood Considerable estat in land in Ipswich . . . I am the onely surviving person descended from my sd Grandfather and now I am come to the age of twenty one yers doe humly Crave that your Honnour will Grant administration to me of the estat of my sd Grandfather that hath not bien leagally disposed of."

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  • ROGERS, Ezekiel
  • b. 1636 England
  • d. 5 JUL 1674 Ipswich, Essex, Mass.
  • Parents:
  • Father: ROGERS, Nathaniel
  • Mother: CRANE, Margaret
  • Family:
  • Marriage: ABT 1660
  • Spouse: HUBBARD, Margaret
  • b. ABT 1641
  • d. 1678
  • Children:
    • ROGERS, Martha
    • ROGERS, Nathaniel b. 14 AUG 1664 Ipswich, Essex, Mass.
    • ROGERS, John b. 12 JUN 1666 Ipswich, Essex, Mass.
    • ROGERS, Ezekiel
  • From: http://www.genealogyofnewengland.com/f_1ad.htm#12

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  • Rev Nathaniel Rogers
  • Birth: 1598 Haverhill, Suffolk, England
  • Death: Jul. 3, 1655 Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
  • Nathaniel was the second son of Rev. John Rogers by his first wife Bridget Ray.
  • He was educated at Dedham grammar school and Emmanuel College, Cambridge. He preached his first sermon at Sproughton in 1619. He was given charge of a large congregation at Boking County, Essex under Dr. John Barkham, but refusing to wear the surplice, he was advised by Dr. Barkham to seek some other place. He preached for five years at Assington County, but perceived the storm of persecution was approaching. He resigned his place and resolved to move to America.
  • His marriage to Margaret Crane was on Jan. 23, 1626 in Coggeshall, Essex, England. On June 1, 1636, he sailed with his wife and family for New England, where, after a passage of 168 days, arrived in Boston on Nov. 17, 1636.
  • He was invited by some emigrants in his father's parish to settle with them in Dedham, New England, but as all could not be accommodated there, he accompanied the rest to Ipswich. There he took the place of Rev. Nathaniel Ward (a stepson of his grand uncle Richard Rogers of Weathersfield, England) whose ill health obliged him to give up his pastoral charge,... "In whose stead the church called to office this holy man of God whose labors in this western world have been very great, a very sweet heavenly minded man."
  • He was ordained in Ipswich Feb. 20, 1638.
  • Cotton Mather called him one of the greatest men that ever set foot on American land. Though usually cheerful, he had some seasons of great despondency. But during his last sickness, he was full of pleasant conversation and one of his last acts was to bless the three children of his only daughter, Margaret, the wife of Rev. William Hubbard who had been particularly dutiful to him.
  • He expired in the afternoon of July 3, 1655, aged 57 years. His last words were, "My times are in thy hands".
  • Nathaniel Rogers had six children with Margaret Crane, the last two being born in Ipswich:
    • 1. Margaret, baptised at Coggeshall on Feb. 8, 1628; d. about 1690 in Ipswich; m. Rev William Hubbard in 1646. They had three children. After Margaret's death, Rev Hubbard remarried on Mar. 15, 1694 to Mary Giddings (widow of Samuel Pearce).
    • 2. John, baptized at Coggeshall, Essex, on Jan. 23, 1630, who became President of Harvard. He married Elizabeth Denison, daughter of Gen. Daniel Denison and Patience Dudley.
    • 3. Nathaniel, (1632-1680)
    • 4. Samuel, (1634-1693), m1. Judith Appleton; m2. Sarah Wade, They had eight children.
    • 5. Timothy (1638-1638)
    • 6. Ezekiel (1638-1674) born in Ipswich, Massachusetts; m. Margaret Hubbard, widow of Thomas Scott, daughter of William Hubbard and Judith Knapp, (and brother of Rev William Hubbard). This youngest son of Nathaniel was left heir by his great granduncle and namesake Rev. Ezekiel Rogers, pastor at Rowley.
  • Nathaniel's father was Rev. John Rogers ("Roaring John") who was born in Moulsham, England in 1571; died in Dedham, England on Oct. 18, 1636. Nathaniel's mother was Rev. John Roger's first wife, Bridget Ray who was from Stradishall, Suffolk, England.
  • Nathaniel's wife, Margaret, was the daughter of Robert Crane (1574-1658) of Coggeshall, Essex, England. Margaret (Crane) Rogers died on Jan. 23, 1675, 20 years after her husband had passed away. She lived to be 75 years old.
  • Family links:
  • Parents:
  • John Rogers (1571 - 1636)
  • Children:
    • Margaret Rogers Hubbard (1628 - 1690)*
    • John Rogers (1630 - 1684)*
  • Burial: Highland Cemetery, Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
  • Plot: Grave marker not located
  • Find A Grave Memorial# 36289553
  • From: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=36289553

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Children of William Hubbard and Judith Knapp, his 2nd wife:

vii MARGARET HUBBARD, b. say 1636; m. (1) by about 1656 Thomas Scott (he d. in 1657 leaving two children and a third who was born posthumously on 24 March 1657[/8] [Phoebe Tilton Anc 119-20; EPR 1:258-59]); m. (2) by about 1661 Ezekiel Rogers (eldest known child b. about 1661 [EQC 6:345; NEHGR 5:316-17]). (In her will of 22 June 1678, Margaret Rogers, widow, referred to the estate of "my son Tho[mas] Scott to which I am executrix" [EQC 9:227-28]. On 15 April 1684, in a dispute over the estate of Thomas Scott, son of Thomas and Margaret (Hubbard) Scott, "William Hubbard and Mary Hubbard testified . that they saw the will and Thomas had left everything to his mother, who was at the time the widow of deponent's brother Ezekiel Rogers" [EQC 9:224].)

notes

From http://listsearches.rootsweb.com/th/read/GEN-MEDIEVAL/2006-05/1146671586

Checking the online database, Ancestry World Tree, I've found various people claim that Mary Hubbard, daughter of William and Judith Hubbard, married Thomas Scott and Ezekiel Rogers. That is why I thought Mary's marital history was already settled. I see the Great Migration Begins, however, indicates it was Margaret Hubbard, a younger sister of Mary, who had these two marriages. That frees Mary Hubbard to be the Hubbard daughter who married Rev. William Knight, c. 1637-1639.


  • From The Great Migration Project, sketch for William Hubbard of Ipswich (died before 19 August 1670) (also attached), who emigrated to New England on "The Defence" with his 2nd wife Judith and children: On 18 July 1635, "W[illia]m Hubbard," husbandman, aged 50, "Judith Hubbard," aged 25, "John Hubbard," aged 15, "W[illia]m Hubbard," aged 13,"Nathaniel Hubbard," aged 6, "Richard Hubbard," aged 4, "Martha Hubbard," aged 22, and "Mary Hubbard," aged 20, were enrolled at London as passengers for New England on the Defence [Hotten 106-7]).
  • Reference: MyHeritage Family Trees - SmartCopy: Feb 7 2017, 23:07:30 UTC
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Margaret Rogers's Timeline

1636
1636
Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts
1654
1654
Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts
1655
1655
Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts
1657
March 24, 1657
Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts
1664
August 14, 1664
1665
1665
Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts Bay Colony, Colonial America
1666
June 12, 1666
1667
June 4, 1667
Ipswich, Essex County, Massachusetts