Henry M. Rogers
Henry Martyn Rogers was born October 14, 1837, at Ware, Massachusetts. He received his preparatory training at Monson Academy, Monson, Massachusetts, and entered Dartmouth College at the beginning of the Fall term, August 24, 1860. He left our class in the Winter of 1860-1, and entered Amherst College. Immediately after leaving college, he became Principal of the Academy at Andersonville, Pennsylvania. He remained here for one year, when he entered the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Selin's Grove, Pennsylvania. A year later, he received and accepted an invitation to preach for the Congregational Church at Dana, Massachusetts. He was subsequently ordained, and installed as pastor of the Congregational Church at Glastonbury, Connecticut, after which he accepted a call to the Congregational Church at Webster, Massachusetts, where he remained until 1876. He then went to Holden, Massachusetts, where he preached as regular supply for the Congregational Church until 1879.
He was married December 17, 1862, to Miss Marion F. Browning, of Monson, Massachusetts. They have had four children: Nellie M., born December 12, 1863; Herbert A., born December 30, 1865; Rupert B., born August 29, 1868, and Harry Cutler, born March 27, 1872. Harry Cutler died May 23, 1872.
Source: "Memorialia of the Class of '64 in Dartmouth College" compiled by John C. Webster, Shepard & Johnston, Printers, 1884, Chicago
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