PIONEERS AND IMMIGRANTS
George Rogers

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Collection Rogers Family
Description Albumen print mounted on white card stock and has a gold border of George Rogers.
MARKS: Back: "J. WILKINS,/PHOTOGRAPHER,/Oshkosh, Wis."
Year Range from 1862
Year range to 1866
Notes Full standing view of George Rogers. Mr. Rogers wears a long suit coat with velvet lapels, the coat is unbuttoned, he also wears a vest, bowtie and a watch chain is also visible. He is posed with his right hand resting on Jason Wilkins' distinctive studio prop railing (the photographer's name is painted at the bottom).
George Rogers was born in 1815 in Pennsylvania. His family moved to Crawford County Ohio in 1837. He taught shool there for 14 years. He married Susanna Kirk, March 17, 1841 and the couple had two sons: Henry K. and Thomas A. She died April 18, 1847. On February 9, 1848 he married Content E. Blake of Green County, PA. The couple had six children: Clara E.; Olive J.; Orville J.; Hallie L. Alva B.; George B. M.. In 1853 the family moved to Winnebago County, Oshkosh Township where George owned a 400 acre farm north of the present site of Riverside Cemetery along Lake Butte des Morts. In 1864 he moved into the City of Oshkosh.
Object ID P2000.30.2
Object Name carte de visite
People Rogers, George
Place Oshkosh, WI
Print size H=4 W=2 1/2 in
Subjects Portrait photographs
Male
Farmers
Cheese makers
Dairy farming
Dairy products industry
Pioneers
Title George Rogers
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