Horatio Rogers Edit Profile
Graduate Brown U., 1855. Doctor of Laws, Trinity College, 1896.
Studied law in office of Honorary Thomas A. Jenckes, Providence, and at Harvard Law School. Admitted to Rhode Island bar, January 1858. Served in Civil war, First lieutenant to major, 3d Rhode Island heavy artillery.
Colonel 11th Rhode Island vols. Colonel 2d Rhode Island vols., and bvtd. brigadier general United States vols. Successively justice police court, Providence, member and part of time president common council, Providence.
Member general assembly of Rhode Island, 1864-1867 and 1888-1889. Attorney general of Rhode Island. Justice Supreme Court Rhode Island, 1891-1903.
Chairman Record Commission, city of Providence. Author: Private Libraries of Providence, 1878. Mary Dyer of Rhode Island, the Quaker martyr, 1896.
Edited Hadden’s Journal and Orderly Books, 1884. Address: Providence, R.I.
Member general assembly of Rhode Island, 1864-1867 and 1888-1889.
Married Lucia Waterman, January 28, 1861. Married second, Emily P. Smith, October 6, 1869.