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Clergyman

Arthur Rogers, American clergyman.

Background

Rogers, Arthur was born on October 26, 1864 in Providence, Rhode Island, United States. Son of Horatio and Lucia (Waterman) Rogers.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Brown U., 1886, Doctor of Divinity, 1909. Bachelor of Divinity, Cambridge Theological School, 1889.

Career

Samuel G. Arnold, Newport, Rhode Island, June 16, 1892. Children—Samuel Greene Arnold, Arthur Waterman, Paul Curtis, Horatio Rodman. Ordained priest Protestant Episcopal Church, 1889.

Rector St. George’s Church, Central Falls, Rhode Island, 1892-1899, Holy Trinity Church, West Chester, Pennsylvania, 1899-1913, St. Mark’s Church, Evanston, Illinois, 1913-1930 (emeritus). Bohlen lecturer, Philadelphia, 1909. Lecturer St. George’s School, Newport, Rhode Island, since 1932.

Chaplain Rhode Island Society of Cincinnati. Author: Men and Movements in the English Church, 1898. Prophecy and Poetry; Studies in Isaiah and Browning, 1909.

Home: Newport, R.I.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Men and Movements in the English Church, 1898. Prophecy and Poetry

Connections

Married Cornelia, daughter. Children: Samuel Greene Arnold, Arthur Waterman, Paul Curtis, Horatio Rodman.

father:
Horatio Rogers

mother:
Lucia (Waterman) Rogers

spouse:
Cornelia

child:
Samuel Greene Arnold Rogers

child:
Arthur Waterman Rogers

child:
Paul Curtis Rogers

child:
Horatio Rodman Rogers