|Birth: ||Mar. 7, 1797|
South Carolina, USA
|Death: ||Mar. 12, 1893|
Son of Major James Rogers and Nancy Ann Camp.
Husband of Martha Matilda McWhorter.
Father of Ann Rogers Williams, Sarah Caroline Rogers, John Bailey Rogers, Hugh M. Rogers, Margaret Elizabeth Rogers Mack, Samuel Edward Rogers, William Divers Rogers, Martha Louise (Matt) Rogers, Cicero Franklin Rogers.
A blacksmith, farmer, and postmaster of Ada, AR postoffice 1858-1867.
The Civil War Battle of Prairie Grove, AR took place on the ridge where his home, and the homes of his children William Divers Rogers, and Sarah Caroline Rogers Borden stood. They hid in the cellar of neighbor, William Morton.
Section S, Row 25, Grave 65.
Martha Matilda McWhorter Rogers (1800 - 1873)*
Ann Rogers Williams (1820 - 1899)*
Sarah Caroline Rogers Borden (1821 - 1880)*
John Bailey Rogers (1823 - 1896)*
Hugh M. Rogers (1829 - 1852)*
Margaret Elizabeth Rogers Mock (1831 - 1930)*
Samuel Edward Rogers (1834 - 1912)*
William Divers Rogers (1836 - 1924)*
Prairie Grove Cemetery
Created by: Leigh Williams Kitchens
Record added: May 21, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 19478329