1870's Julia Barrows Rogerson CDV Photo, Bristol County Massachusetts
On reverse: "Julia B. Rogerson" is handwritten in old fine pencil. Photo Type: CDV Carte de Visite Photograph, circa 1870’s. Photographer: Unmarked, Unknown.
Found in Public Genealogy Records:
Julia Read Barrows 1842–1886 born in Norton, Bristol County, Massachusetts and died in Mansfield, Bristol County, MA at age 44. She was the daughter of Albert Read Barrows 1802–1860 of Attleboro, Bristol, MA and Harriet Ide barrows 1803–1885 of Gardner, Worcester County, MA.
Her father's family goes back to the Ralf Barrowe of Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, England with spellings of their surname as Barrows, Borrow, Burrow, Burrows, Boroughe, and Borough. This is an important DAR, Daughters of the American Revolution and SAR Sons of the American Revolutionary War family.
Her siblings were:
Henry Messenger Barrows 1829–1913
Edwin Barrows 1834–1908
Harriet Newell Barrows 1837–1898
Emma Louise Barrows 1839–1905
Newell Barrows 1840–1850, died age 10
She married Alfred Vernon Rogerson 1840–1902 at the end of the Civil War in 1865. Their children were Robert Rogerson, born 1869, John Russell Rogerson 1873–1940 who married Ethel Loxby Webb Rogerson 1883–1967; Albert Barrows Rogerson 1875–1875 died as an infant, and Winifred Barrows Rogerson 1882–1955.
1880 Census records: Julia B. Rogerson (b. abt. 1842 in MA, d. before 1888), wife of Alfred Vernon Rogerson. In the 1880 US Federal Census, Alfred V. Rogerson and wife Julia B. were living in Mansfield, Bristol, Massachusetts, along with their children Robert Rogerson (b. abt. 1869) and John R. Rogerson (b. abt. 1873).
After Julia's death, her husband Alfred remarried to Caroline Rebecca Webb Rogerson 1850–1929. He died in 1902 and she lived on as his widow in census records until her 1929 death.
In this photo, Julia may be wearing mourning clothing. This family photo is slightly trimmed on edges, usually to fit into the tight Victorian paper photo album sleeves. It does not affect her actual image in any way. It was found in nearby Brimfield, Hampden County, Massachusetts in 2005.
Size: 2.5 by 4 inches
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