Major Robert Rogers

OVERVIEW[edit | edit source]

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Vita[edit | edit source]

  • Born: November 7, 1731
  • Birth Place: Methuen, Essex, Massachusetts
  • Married: About 1760
  • Died: May 18, 1795
  • Burial Place: Elephant & castle, London, Great Britain

Ancestry[edit | edit source]

Robert is the son of James Rogers (1706-1753) and Mary McFactridge (1705-1772)

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Family History[edit | edit source]

Robert Rogers spies the fires of St Frances before the early morning attack. By Gary Zaboly

Military Service
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Robert was in command of his famous Rogers Rangers in the french and Indian War. He survived small pox and several wounds including a bullet that grazed his head. The movie Northwest Passage staring Spencer Tracy as Robert Rogers depicts the famous attack on the Abinaki village in 1759.

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Contributors[edit | edit source]

William Gorman (5th Great Grandnephew)

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