Person:Lemuel Rogers (1)

  1. Rebecca Rogers1784 -
  2. Naomi Rogers1786 -
  3. Ruth Rogers1786 -
  4. Crandall Rogers1789 -
  5. Henry Rogers1792 -
  6. Lemuel Douglas Rogers1794 - 1879
  7. Phineas Rogers1796 -
  8. Mercy Rogers1798 -
  9. Hannah Rogers1801 -
  10. Lucy Rogers1804 -
  11. Elias Rogers1806 -
  1. Ethel P. Rogers1830 - 1913
  2. Orrin Crandall Rogers1840 - 1926
Facts and Events
Name Lemuel Douglas Rogers
Gender Male
Birth[1] 16 Oct 1794 Montville, New London, Connecticut, United States
Military[4] War of 1812
Death[2] 18 Sep 1879 Richburg, Allegany, New York, United States
Burial[3] Richburg, Allegany, New York, United States
  1. Montville Vital Records, in Connecticut, United States. The Barbour Collection of Connecticut Town Vital Records

    ROGERS, Lemuel Douglass, [s. Phinehas], b. Oct. 16, 1794

  2. The Sabbath Recorder
    35:45:3, November 6, 1879.

    In Richburg, N. Y., Sept. 18th, 1879, of hemorrhage of the bowels, after a brief illness, Lemuel Rogers, in the 85th year of his age.

    Bro. Rogers was born in Waterford, Conn., Oct. 10th, 1795, and embraced religion in his eighteenth year. His Christian life was a long one of fifty-seven years, in which we believe his walk was not only with God's people, but with God. If conspicuous for anything, it was for his quiet, even, and consistent way of life. In 1822, he moved to this place from Waterford, and married the wife (Hannah Steward) who now, by his death, is left in her aged widowhood.

    In his death, the church loses one of the few constituent members, who were here in the olden days when as yet, it was an unsolved problem whether there should be a Seventh-day Baptist Church in Richburg. His name stands among the early standard bearers of those early times. Over fifty years he has been identified with the cause we love, and now he lays down his armor and his sword for the victor's crown.

    In the church, his vacant seat will long remind us of our loss, and his aged widow, as the chief mourner, with his children find their only comfort in the religion which was so long his stay and support, and which in death is his inheritance and reward.

    His pastor being absent, Eld. W. B. Gillette, of Nile, and old and intimate friend of the deceased, preached his funeral at Richburg, on Sabbath day, Sept. 19th.
    J. S.

  3. Find A Grave
    Lemuel Rogers.
  4. War of 1812 Pension Application Files Index, 1812-1815