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Sarah S. (Rogers) Lagenour (1824 - 1891)

Sarah S. Lagenour formerly Rogers
Born in Indianamap
Wife of — married 31 Jan 1851 in Washington County, Indianamap
Descendants descendants
Died at age 66 in Indianamap
Profile last modified | Created 23 Apr 2015
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Sarah Rogers was born about 1824. She passed away about 1891.[1][2]
Sarah married Francis M. Lagenner on 31 Jan 1851 in Washington, Indiana.[3]
Sarah is "married, keeping house, and white", living with three sons, in Lost River, Martin, Indiana in 1880.[4]
Sarah died in 1891[1] and was buried at Waggoners Chapel Cemetery, Lost River Twp, Martin County Indiana.[5][6]

Research Notes

Parent is possibly Jeramiah Roger 1870 Census indicated they lived next door.[7]
"History of Dubois County" describes the period of French and Indian activity in Dubois County.[8]


  1. 1.0 1.1 First-hand information as remembered by Terri Butterfield, Thursday, April 23, 2015. Replace this citation if there is another source.
  2. Find A Grave. Sarah S Rogers Lagenour. BIRTH 18 Aug 1824. DEATH 7 Aug 1891 (aged 66). BURIAL: Waggoner's Chapel Cemetery, Shoals, Martin County, Indiana, USA. MEMORIAL ID: 113802848· (Accessed 28 Oct 2021)
  3. "Indiana Marriages, 1780-1992," database, FamilySearch ( : accessed 19 April 2016), Francis M. Lagenner and Sarah Rogers, 31 Jan 1851; citing reference v F p 176; FHL microfilm 549,461.
  4. "United States Census, 1880," database with images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 19 April 2016), Sarah L Lagenour in household of Francis Lagenour, Lost River, Martin, Indiana, United States; citing enumeration district ED 152, sheet 318A, NARA microfilm publication T9 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.), roll 0298; FHL microfilm 1,254,298.
  5. Waggoners Chapel Cemetery.
  6. Gravestone.
  7. "United States Census, 1870," database with images, FamilySearch ( : accessed 19 April 2016), Sarah Fegman in household of Fran Fegman, Indiana, United States; citing p. 18, family 122, NARA microfilm publication M593 (Washington D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.); FHL microfilm 545,809.
  8. Wilson, George R., (1863-1941). History of Dubois County from its primitive days to 1910 : including biographies of Capt. Toussaint Dubois and the Very Rev. Joseph Kundeck : to which are added the military, school, and church history of the county, geological observations, natural history and plant life and the county's pioneer, political and institutional life. Mount Vernon, IN : Windmill Publications Public Domain Mark 1.0. Reprint. Originally published: [S.l.] : G.R. Wilson, 1910. 437 pages. (Accessed 29 Oct 2021)
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From my mtDNA profile, I know that this woman is of Native American ancestry. Does anyone have any family stories or further information on this woman?
posted by Russ Dill

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