was born circa 1605 at Dorset, England. Roger Mowry was born in 1610 at England. He was the son of Thomas Mowry
and Elizabeth (Unknown)
. Roger Mowry immigrated in 1631 to Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts; on the ship "Lion." On 18 May 1631 Roger Mowry was listed as a freeman; registered in Boston, after his arrival from England. He resided at at Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, between 1632 and 1634. He married Mary Johnson
, daughter of John Johnson
and Mary Heath
, circa 1633 at Roxbury, Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Roger Mowry resided at at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts, between 1635 and 1649. He was granted 40 [or 50] acres "next to Mr. Cole" in 1636 at Salem, Essex County, Massachusetts. He had fifty acres laid out on 20 February 1637. He requested a "spot of ground by Estye's" on 14 August 1637. He was granted three quarters of an acre of marsh, with a household of five on 25 December 1637. He was granted a strip of meadow of 2 and one half acres and one and a half acres of upland on 20 July 1638. He served on the Essex petit jury (from Salem) on 25 January 1641/42. He removed to at Lynn, Essex County, Massachusetts, before 1646. He removed to at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, before 1652. He resided at at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island, between 1650 and 1679. He held the position of constable in 1655 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. Land was laid out to Roger Mowry circa March 1656 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. He had a house lot laid out to him upon the hill against Robert Williams meadow on 27 August 1656 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. He bought a home and four acres from Robert Crowell on 15 January 1658 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. He sold the house and four acrece purchased in 1658 to Thomas Olney, Sr. of Providence on 19 March 1658/59. He was granted six acres of land and three acres of meadow in exchange for land that he had been prviously granted on 7 April 1660 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island. He sold ninty acres of land a mile outside of Providence to John Acres of Dorchester on 12 June 1660. Henry Neale of Braintree, carpenter, sold to Mowry everything he had in Providence, including his house, which had been purchased from Daniel Comstock on 23 November 1660. Samuel Comstock's widow, Anne Smith of Providence, sold Mowrey four acres in the row of houses in the north part of Providence, next to a parcel already owned by Mowry on 4 May 1661. He sold the right of commonage that came with the land he pruchased from Henry Neale to William Carpenter on 3 February 1661/62. He Mowry sold Robert Colwell's right of commonage to William Carpenter of Pautuxett on 22 December 1662. In the division of land on the East Side of the Seven Mile Line, Roger Mowrey drew lot #74 on 19 February 1665/66. He died on 5 January 1666/67 at Providence, Providence County, Rhode Island.