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Hugh Agnew Rogers

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Hugh Agnew Rogers

Birth
Saint Vincent Township, Grey County, Ontario, Canada
Death
29 Oct 1955 (aged 81)
Dauphin, Dauphin Census Division, Manitoba, Canada
Burial
Manson, Western Manitoba Census Division, Manitoba, Canada Add to Map
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Gospel preacher listed in Preachers of Today, Vol. 1, 1952, 294. In 1951, he was living in Dauphin, Manitoba. Birth: Meaford, Ontario. Canada. Sept. 10, 1874. Wife: Sara Melissa Smith. Children: Four. Baptized by: Brother Roberts, 1892. Began preaching: Manitoba, 1899. Training: Bible School, Carman, Manitoba. Churches: Evangelistic work; Papers: Gospel Advocate, Gospel Light, Western Monthly Review Religious Debates: Rogers-Long, "Latter Day Saint," "Baptism of Holy Spirit," 1921, Rogers-Ruskjer, Seventh Day Adventist, "Sabbath," 1926. Other Facts of Interest: Spent many years conducting meetings in western Canada, much of the time being the only gospel preacher in that vast area. Baptized many people and established many congregations. "I have been a real visitor and mixer; wore good clothes; kept myself as respectable as possible; ever tried to be logical in my preaching: tried never to show conceit but humility. I seldom opened my Bible during my discourse, but quoted very many Scriptures. Used more than eighty charts." Memorized nearly half the New Testament. Has a book, Some Evangelistic Work and Experiences, nearly ready for publication. --Preachers of Today, Vol. 1, 1952, 294.
Gospel preacher listed in Preachers of Today, Vol. 1, 1952, 294. In 1951, he was living in Dauphin, Manitoba. Birth: Meaford, Ontario. Canada. Sept. 10, 1874. Wife: Sara Melissa Smith. Children: Four. Baptized by: Brother Roberts, 1892. Began preaching: Manitoba, 1899. Training: Bible School, Carman, Manitoba. Churches: Evangelistic work; Papers: Gospel Advocate, Gospel Light, Western Monthly Review Religious Debates: Rogers-Long, "Latter Day Saint," "Baptism of Holy Spirit," 1921, Rogers-Ruskjer, Seventh Day Adventist, "Sabbath," 1926. Other Facts of Interest: Spent many years conducting meetings in western Canada, much of the time being the only gospel preacher in that vast area. Baptized many people and established many congregations. "I have been a real visitor and mixer; wore good clothes; kept myself as respectable as possible; ever tried to be logical in my preaching: tried never to show conceit but humility. I seldom opened my Bible during my discourse, but quoted very many Scriptures. Used more than eighty charts." Memorized nearly half the New Testament. Has a book, Some Evangelistic Work and Experiences, nearly ready for publication. --Preachers of Today, Vol. 1, 1952, 294.


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