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Loyalist Directory: James (brother of John) Lindsay (Lindsey)

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Surname : Lindsay (Lindsey)
Given name : James (brother of John)
Rank : Private
Where Resettled : Fredericksburg Township, Upper Canada
Status as Loyalist : Proven
Proof of Loyalty : Upper Canada Land Petition, 1797 and on UEL List RG 1, L 7, Volume 52A
Notes (Expunged, Suspended, Reinstated) :  
Regiment : (Rogers) King's Rangers
Enlistment Date :  
Date & Place of Birth : born abt:1760 New York Province
Settled before war : New York Province
Date & Place of Death : 20 April 1838, Kingston, Frontenac Co. Upper Canada
Place of Burial : Kingston Frontenac Co. U. C.
Wife Name : Married 1st: Losina Wright dau. of Simeon and Sarah Wright, Fredericksburgh. No issue .
Married 2nd: Anna Hannah Wager, b. 30 Jan, 1767 Athens, Green Co., New York Province, m. 25 Jul, 1788 Fredericksburgh Twp, Lennox/Addington Co, U. C. , d. Kingston U. C. 20 Apr, 1836; d/o J. Everhart Wager UE & Magdalena Carver;
Children : 1. John m. Mary Brants
2. Thomas m. Hannah Woodcock
3. Margaret m. William Rodgers
4. Elizabeth m. Andrew Huffman
5. Catherine m. Gideon Rodgers
6. James m. Rachel Slater
7. Ephraim m. Elizabeth Richardson
8. Jane m. James Matthew Rodgers
9. Sarah m. Henry Sinclair
10. Everhart
11. William m. Jane Rogers
12. Ralph B.
13. George
Biography : James' brother, John, fought with the King's Rangers, Major Jessup's Corp and died at St. Johns. James apparently was also with the Kings Rangers, but I don't know if he was serving in the same corp as his brother.
Proven Descendants : Carl Rodgers of Bay of Quinte on 1983.04.05;
Connie Bailey of Chilliwack in 1995.09.05;
Kawartha 1997.10.23;
Peter Eves ROGERS , MB Branch Cert MC 11412- 08, 25 August 2008,
Craig Sheldon ROGERS, MB Branch Cert MC 11510-08, 28 Nov 2008
Marlene Rodgers Kerr, and Scott, Erin and Adam Kerr of Bay of Quinte Br. on 2009.01.19;
Military Info :  
Loyalist Genealogy : See the Loyalist Certificate application submitted by Marlene Rodgers Kerr.

From Peter Rogers: 1) James Lindsay b abt 1760 US d 20 April 1838 Kingston UC m. 1788 at Fredericksburg Twp UC Hannah Wager b. 30 Jan 1767 Athens NY d. 30 April 1863 Kingston, CW;
2) Jane Lindsay b abt 1801 d 13 Feb 1877 Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., ON m. 1816 at Kingston, Frontenac Co., UC James Matthew Rogers b 19 March 1794 Poughkeepsie, Dutchess Co., NY, d 01 Feb 1883, Hungerford Twp., ON;
3) Matthew Patrick Rogers b 14 Feb 1816 Kingston, Frontenac Co., UC, d 06 Feb 1904 Denbigh, ON m. abt 1839 at Kingston Lucinda Ann Thompson b. 20 Sept 1817 Kingston, ON d 30 March 1901;
4) Matthew Alexander Rogers b 06 Aug 1857 Hungerford Twp., Hastings Co., CW d 07 April 1942 Ernestown Twp., Lennox Co., ON m. 07 April 1879 at Denbigh Margaret Arsula Thompson b 20 Sept 1860 Denbigh, Lennox/Addington Co., CW d 13 April 1941 Ernestown Twp., Lennox/Addington Co., ON
5) Everett Theodor Rogers b 14 Sept 1888 Denbigh, Lennox/Addington Co., ON d 27 Dec 1969 Ottawa ON m 18 Feb 1915 at Kingston, Frontenac Co., ON Teresa Eves b 25 Oct 1889 Simcoe Island, Frontenac Co., ON d 05 Aug 1949 Kingston, ON;
6) Gerald Rogers b 31 Jan 1926 Van Kleek Hill, ON d 09 Feb 2001 Arnprior, ON m 02 Sept 1950 at Van Kleek Hill Anna Catherine Brown b 9 Feb 1926 Cornwall, ON d 9 Mar 2010 Arnprior, ON.
Family History :  
Family Genealogy : Father of James Lindsay was Derby Lindsay b abt 1712, Ireland, lived at Little Nine Partners, Duchess Co., NY, Farmer, settled at Sorel, Quebec after the war, died August 1786 at Sorel, Quebec. Married to Margaret (unknown) b abt 1714, died 1797 at Sorel, Quebec. Two known children: James, and John who married Abigail Holmes.
James' brother, John, fought with the King's Rangers, Major Jessup's Corp and died at St. Johns. James apparently was also with the Kings Rangers,
Sources : Information first submitted by Peter Rogers. Supplemented by Marlene Kerr UE of Bay of Quinte Branch and by Alice A. Walchuk, Manitoba Branch Genealogist (on behalf of Peter Rogers).
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