1850 Census - George Rogers 7, James Rogers 27, Jeremiah Rogers 6, Martha Rogers 23, Oliver Rogers 1, William Rogers 4
1870 Census - George W 27, Milley 27, James F 8, Sarah J 4, William 2, George W 7 mo
1880 Census - George W. Rogers 37, Milley Rogers 37, James F. Rogers 18, Sarah J. Rogers 14, Wm. W. Rogers 12, Mary E. Rogers 8, Nancy M. Rogers 6, David O. Rogers 3, Drusilla M. Rogers 1
1900 Census - W W Rodgers 32, M M Rodgers 25, Virgie A Rodgers 9, Claude D Rodgers 6, Verlie L Rodgers 3, Coda B Rodgers 10.12, Sarah L Elkins 44
1910 Census - John 29, Courtney 24, Amos 5, Millie (widowed) 65
1910 Census - Walker Rogers 42, Mary Rogers 35, Virgie Rogers 18, Claude Rogers 16, Burlie Rogers 13, Codie Rogers 10, Vasta Rogers 7, Sarah Elkins 52
1920 Census - William W Rogers 52, Mary M Rogers 44, Verlie L Rogers 22, Coda B Rogers 20, Vasta B Rogers 17, Ida I Rogers 8, Sarah L Elkins 64 (mother-in-law)
James Rogers & Martha (Nicholson) were the parents of 10 children. GEORGE WASHINGTON being thier oldest.
George William Rogers - son to James & Matha Rogers - George & Millie (Taylor) Rogers were the parents to 8 children - 24 SEP 1842~11 MAR 1890
Millie (Taylor) Rogers - Married to George W Rogers
2 MAR 1845~17 MAY 1919
Walker and Coda owned and operated a small switch board. They swong the wires and kept the poles and wire in good repair. The switch board was in the family living room. Where each family member took turns operating it.
It is said the Walker could walk to Pocahontas before Joe Decker could drive his old car.
William "Walker" was a son to George & Millie (Taylor) Rogers - Walker & Mary McAda "Mac" (Elkins) Rogers were the parents of 8 children.
Sarah Elkins had to give permission for Mary Mac to marry since she was only 14.
Marriage Certificate for Walker and Mac (Elkins) Rogers
Mac & Walker Rogers
Walker & Mac's "Babies" L-R Claud, Ivora, Verlie, and Coda, Seated - Vasta (Claude Denton was born 1894~1967)
WWI Draft - Claude
Virgie Ann (Rogers) & Tom Lane
8 JAN 1891~23 DEC 1938
Virlie Lee (Rogers) Lane - 12 Jan 1898~16 AUG 1983
Daughter to Walker & Mac Rogers
The family of Arthor and Virlie (Rogers) Lane. L-R Dr. John W Lane, his wife Louise, Virlie, Arthor and Jerry
Coda Benton & Easter (Hand) Rogers - Coda is a son to Walker & Mac Rogers - 27 JUN 1899~21 OCT 1982
Daughters of Coda & Esther Rogers - Juanita - Coleen - Pauletta
WWI Draft - Coda
Colon & Vasta (Rogers) White - Vasta is a daughter to Walker & Mac (Elkins) White - 29 JUN 1902~14 JUL 1991
Grandma (Vasta) and her Sunday School Class - Recognize Danny - Mellisa - Kay
Ida Ivora (Rogers) & Tom Johnson -
3 APR 1911~20 OCT 1977
AUNT VORA COMES TO VISIT! - L-R Colon White holding Donna Kay, Tom Johnson with wife Ivora (Rogers) in front, Rava Nell, Loran & Sarah, & Wayne - Grandma told me once that they called Ivora "Vora" because she was the only girl not named with a "V"
James F Rogers - oldest son to George & Millie - 15 MAR 1862~1 NOV 1946
Nancy Minerva (Rogers) Feltnor - daughter to George & Millie Rogers - 3 MAR 1874~22 FEB 1964
Sarah (1 Apr 1866~October 2, 1930) Parris & her mother Millie Rogers
OD (Oscar David) Rogers - son to George & Millie Rogers -
12 NOV 1877~14 FEB 1942
John R Rogers - son to George & Millie Rogers -
25 APR 1881~6 SEP 1961
Sewing Machine belonging to Millie (Taylor) Rogers full view
Sewing Machine belonging to Millie (Taylor) Rogers
sewing machine bobbin. While the wheel turns this bobbin moves from the front to the far back.
threading the bobbin. The left knob pulls out and the bobbin sets inside. The belt goes over the Right end,
Bobbin Set. The bobbin slides inside the casing, the thread is then ran up the "V" slit and up towards the pointed end of the case.
Bobbin Holder for 5 bobbins
end view with original belt. Notice how the black color has worn away from pull starting the machine.
These knitting needles belonged to Grandma White. She taught me how to knit with these and gave them to me when I got the hang of it. I believe she is where I get my love for crafts.
Chair built by George William Rogers for Walker & Arkie Rogers as a wedding gift.
Chair Seat. Looks like it had alot of use!
This chair is made of 100% wood (Minus little nails along the slats)