Elizabeth Rogers was baptized December 26, 1609 in Watford, Northamptonshire, England. She stayed behind in Leiden when Thomas and Joseph Rogers came over on the Mayflower. A poll tax in 1622 records the family, including Elizabeth, living in the Over 't Hoff quarter of Leiden.
It is thought that Elizabeth came to the Plymouth Colony with her mother, sister and brother John about 1629 or 30, as Governor Bradford said that "the rest of Thomas Rogers's came over and are married and have many children". However, Bradford failed to name these "others" and there are no records, other than John's, in New England proving who these "others" were. We know that John Rogers came. The possible others besides Alice his wife, were his two daughters Elizabeth and Margaret.
Who did she marry?
Samuel Eddy? "It has been speculated that the daughter Elizabeth came to Plymouth and married Samuel  Eddy, since the latter was granted land at Plymouth on 3 June 1662 reserved for “the firstborn children” of the colony or their parents. As Samuel did not in his own right qualify on either count, it is possible that his wife Elizabeth was a daughter of Thomas  Rogers," but there also some points against this determination, mainly that Samuel was the brother-in-law of Thomas Savory.
Robert Rodway? Watford was the parish of Elizabeth's birth. There was a marriage recorded there. "1635 -- Jul Robertus Rodwai and Elizabetha Rogers."  Did Elizabeth return to England and marry or is this just a convenient coincidence?
↑Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Volume Nineteen: Thomas Rogers, Edition: Ann T. Reeves, Volume: 19, by Alice W.A. Westgate (General Society of Mayflower Descendants, 2000) p. 2.
↑ Robert Charles Anderson, Pilgrim Migration: Immigrants to Plymouth Colony 1620-1633 Robert Charles Anderson (New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, 2004) Vol. III, p. 1598. "v ELIZABETH, bp. 26 December 1609; living at Leiden in 1622, perhaps came later to New England and married there [TAG 52:110-13; Bradford 446]." p 397. Thomas Rogers entry
↑The American Genealogist 52:110-13; New England Historical and Genealogical Register 154:432-33.
↑ William Bradford, History of Plymouth Plantation, Now first printed from the original manuscript for The Massachusetts Historical Society, (Boston: LIttle, Brown, and Company, 1856) Apendix, No. I. Passengers of the Mayflower. p. 449. "2. Thomas Rogers, and Joseph, his sone. His other children came afterwards." and p. 453, "6. Thomas Rogers dyed in the first sickness, but his sone Joseph is still living, and is married, and hath 5. children. The rest of Thomas Rogers [children] came over, & are maried, & have many children." [Available on Google Books]
↑ Clifford Stott, "The English Ancestry of the Pilgrim Thomas Rogers and His Wife Alice (Cosford) Rodgers", The Genealogist, Vol. 10, No. 2, 1989. (On line at: Thomas Rogers Society website) Citing Stratton: Plymouth Colony.
↑ Statton, Eugene A. Plymouth Colony: Its History & People (Salt Lake City, Utah, 1986), pp. 287-88. Stratton gives a much more in depth explanation and includes the problems