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John Rogers
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Birth: Dec. 6, 1800
Clark County
Kentucky, USA
Death: Jan. 5, 1867
Mason County
Kentucky, USA

John Rogers was one of the earliest gospel preachers of the Restoration Movement. He, along with "Raccoon" John Smith, traveled throughout the land to tell the brotherhood about the merging forces of the Campbell Disciples and the Stone Christian movements. Rogers was the editor of the autobiography of Barton W. Stone. He was a prolific writer, and capable minister of the gospel. He came from a family of Gospel Preachers. His brother Samuel Rogers was also a great gospel preacher, and greatly beloved by all who knew him. Also, his nephews, John I. Rogers and W.C. Rogers were preachers. For a more lengthly bio, go to Scott Harp's Website.

He was baptized by Barton W. Stone. His parents were Ezekiel Rogers (1768-1810) and Rebecca Williamson (1764-1842).
Sacred to the memory of
John Rogers
After A Faithful
Advocacy of the truth as
it is in Jesus for 49 years.
He fell asleep while engaged
In the work at Dover, Mason
Co, KY, Jan. 5, 1867 in the 67 year
Of his age. His abundant and Suc-
cessful labors had earned for
him the esteem of all the
They that turn many to
righteousness shall
shine as the stars
forever & ever
Carlisle Cemetery
Nicholas County
Kentucky, USA
Created by: Tom Childers
Record added: Dec 22, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 45696628
John Rogers
Added by: Tom Childers
John Rogers
Added by: Tom Childers
John Rogers
Added by: Tom Childers
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 Added: Jan. 24, 2012

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