Person:Jennet Rogers (1)

m. 19 Oct 1836
  1. Albert Clark Rogers1850 - 1923
Facts and Events
Name Jennet Rogers
Gender Female
Birth[1] 29 Nov 1817 Preston, Chenango, New York, United States
Marriage 19 Oct 1836 to Clark T. Rogers
Death[1] 26 Oct 1905 Brookfield, Madison, New York, United States
  1. 1.0 1.1 The Sabbath Recorder . (New York City, New York; later Plainfield, N. J.)
    61:45:717, November 6, 1905.

    Janet F. Rogers was born in Preston, N. Y., Nov. 29, 1817, and died in Brookfield, N. Y., Oct. 26, 1905.
    The first twelve years of her life she spent in Preston with her parents. In Dec. 1829, she went to live with her sister, Mrs. Sarah A. Williams in Sangerfield, Oneida Co., N. Y., and remained with her until Sept. 1839, when she returned to her home in Preston. On Nov. 13, 1830, she, with six others, was baptized by Elder Wm. B. Maxson, and united with the Seventh-day Baptist Church of Preston. This church disbanded Dec. 27, 1831, and from that date until Sept. 1836, she lived part of the time with her parents in Preston and the remainder of the time with her brother, Clark Truman Rogers, and her sister, Mrs. Sarah A. Williams, and attended the Seventh-day Baptist church of Brookfield, N. Y.
    She was married in Oct. 1836, to Clark T. Rogers of North Stonington, Conn., where they went a little later, and made their home. The next four years were spent in Stonington, Phenix, R. I., and Mt. Pleasant, Wayne Co., Pa., and then, in March, 1841, she returned to her old home in Preston, where she lived for fifty years, a blessing to the community, ever shedding abroad the sunshine of a consecrated life.
    She finally came to Brookfield with her husband and daughter, Selina E. Rogers, in Sept. 1891, and united with the church here on Nov. 12, 1892. Her husband died a few weeks after coming to Brookfield and her daughter, Selina, passed on to the better land in 1903. One daughter, Mrs. Evaline Rogers Langworthy of Brookfield, and one son, Dr. A. C. Rogers, a physician in Los Angeles, Cal., still remain to cherish her memory.
    Funeral services were conducted by Pastor Herbert L. Cottrell at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Langworthy, on Sunday, Oct. 29. H. L. C.