1. Land records of York Co., Penn. states that Andrew Rodgers received his land
in Newberry twp. of York Co. Pa. the 27th of Sep 1743.
2. Quaker Records of Newark Monthly Meeting reported Jan. 1. 1735, that Rebecca
Garretson "has married out of ye unity of friends by a Priest, therefore we
appoint Sarah Grave and Esther Wilson to speak to her concerning ye same and
make report to ye next meeting."
3. Film: 389399, Newark Monthly Meeting (Quaker) reported that "The Friends
that were appointed to speak to Rebekah Garretson, now Rogers, report they were
with her and she appeared here and gave some lines to condemn her disorderly
actions, which was received and ordered to be published in Centre first days
meeting." Though it was the custom to excommunicate members for marrying out
of the faith, Rebecca apparantly was not, as she was requesting permission
three years later to move to the Sadsbury meeting, when they moved to York Co.,
4. There are several other children that probably belong to this family, such
as Laban, Joseph, Mary, Jasper, James, William, and possibly John. These
people are acting as witnesses to the marriage of Ann Rodgers, dau. of Andrew
at her Quaker wedding.