Here are some distinguishing characteristics of the Luster family locations versus the Rogers family locations:

Here are some distinguishing characteristics of the Luster family locations versus the Rogers family locations:

Luster locations:
– Higher concentration in Scotland (Glasgow, Paisley, South Lanarkshire, Renfrew)
– Locations in Ireland and continental Europe (Netherlands, Belgium)
– English locations clustered in Midlands pottery regions (Staffordshire, Worcestershire, Derbyshire)

Rogers locations:
– More widespread across England, northeast US colonies and New England
– Concentration in East Anglia, Essex, Hertfordshire regions of England
– Fewer locations in Scotland, Ireland, mainland Europe
– American locations span New England, Mid-Atlantic and Southern colonies

Additionally:

– Luster locations include pottery industry centers like Cranfield and Stoke-on-Trent
– Rogers locations include ports and trading centers like London, Amsterdam, Boston
– Placenames unique to Lusters: Abbey Cl, Paisley; Putney, London not for Rogers
– Placenames unique to Rogers: Mackerye End; North Walsham; Uffington

So in summary, the Lusters appear more centered in pottery areas and linked to Scotland/Ireland/Europe, while Rogers had broader geographical roots across England and the early American colonies as merchants/traders likely rather than potters. The location origins differ between the two surname groups.

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