Member: Rogers, Mrs. Wilbur H. '32
1928 Treasurer Book April 15th $5.00 (Listed as Mrs. Wilbur Rogers) Is Mrs. Rogers' join date incorrect? To be an Associate one must be a member five years.
1929 Treasurer Book Associate $10.00 April
1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935, 1936 Treasurer Book Associate
1932 - 1942 Address: 990 Central Avenue
1937 Treasurer Book, under Associate: Mrs. Wilbur H. Rogers 4/19/37 Pd.
1938 Treasurer Book, Associate: Mrs. Wilbur H. Rogers 3/4/38 Pd 4/15/39 Pd. 2/19/40 Pd. 1/28/41 Pd. 1/8/42 Pd. 12/29/ 42 Pd. 1/5/44 Pd. 1/3/45 Pd. 12/15/45 June 5, 1946 June 17, 1947 June 28, 1948
1949 - 1950 Treasurer Book, Associate: Rogers, Mrs. Wilbur June 23, 1949 Her name is then crossed off
990 Central Avenue
Plainfield Library Photo File
G-422 1934 Grimstead House at 990 Central Avenue 990 Central Avenue House at 990 Central Avenue, image is not available. Van Wyck Brooks
Bicylcing in Plainfield
The Daily Press at one time ran a regular column entitled "Cycling Comment." Among other accounts it made announcements such as "Mrs. Whitney Frazee, of West Fifth street, is riding a new Rugby purchased from W. H. Rogers" and "Charles H. Angleman, of West Front street returned today after a bicycle trip to Bedminster."
First Presbyterian Church of Plainfield 1888
Contributors: Henry W. Rogers
William H. Rogers
From: "Jon in Omaha" <email@example.com>
Subject: [SDB] Albert Clark Rogers 1858-1913 and Elva Marie (Benjamin)Rogers 1860-1938 and Harry Albert Rogers 1881-1903
Date: Fri, 5 Nov 2010 15:12:26 -0500
"The Sabbath Recorder", Vol 59, No 6, p 95, Feb. 9, 1903.
Harry Albert, son of A. C. and Elva Benjamin Rogers, was born in Little Genesee, N. Y., October 7, 1881, and died suddenly, near Westfield, N. J. on January 27, 1903.
His parents removed to Plainfield, N. J., in 1891, and Harry was a member of the Seventh-day Baptist Sabbath-school there for many years. In November 1896 he was baptized by Dr. A. E. Main, and united with the Seventh-day Baptist church, of which he was a member at the time of his death.
"The Sabbath Recorder", Vol 75, No 10, p 319, Sep. 8, 1913.
Albert C. Rogers, son of Henry C. and Sarah A. Enos Rogers, was born near Little Genesee, N. Y., October 23, 1858, and died in Plainfield, N. J., August 26, 1913, almost fifty-five years of age.
There were three other children in the family, all older. Two of them, a boy and a girl, died in infancy; the other, a brother, William H. Rogers of Plainfield, N. J., survives him. He was married on New Year's day, 1879, to Miss Elva Benjamin, now left a widow. Two children came to bless this home, Harry and Ethel. It is now past ten years since Harry's death in the Westfield railway wreck. Ethel, now Mrs. Edmund R. Gavitt, resides at Omaha, Neb.
Brother Rogers made a profession of religion and was baptized when a young man, and became a member of the Friendship Seventh Day Baptist Church at Nile, N. Y., where his membership remained until his death.
For a little over twenty-four years he has made his home in Plainfield, N. J., where he has followed the occupation of carpenter and contractor.
Funeral services were held at the late home conducted by the pastor, on Friday, August 29, and the burial was made in the Hillside Cemetery. Edwin Shaw.
"The Sabbath Recorder", Vol 124, No 336, p 336, May 23, 1938.
Elva Benjamin Rogers was born July 24, 1840, in Belfast, N. Y., and died May 2, 1938, in Daytona Beach, Fla.
She was married to Albert C. Rogers January 1, 1879. There were two children: Henry, who died in 1903; and Mrs. Ethel Gavitt, with whom she lived for twenty-five years after the death of her husband. Accepting the truth of the Sabbath when she married Mr. Rogers, she [joined the Friendship Seventh Day Baptist Church at Nile, N. Y. and later] became a member of the Plainfield [N J.] Seventh Day Baptist Church. She lived the Bible and was a close student of denominational history. She was a helpless invalid the last two years of her live, and was faithfully and tenderly cared for by her daughter, Ethel and husband.
The funeral was from the Daggett and Wetherby Funeral Parlors, Daytona Beach, the undersigned officiating. Burial in Plainfield. T. J. V. H.
October 20, 2010 Hillside Cemetery
A tall oblesik
This pink marble oblesik was marked with several members from the Rogers family. We had some Rogers in the PGC:
Mrs. John H.G. (Jean) Rogers 1946
Mrs. Wilbur H. Rogers 1932
This was inscribed "J. Augustus Rogers" and then at the bottom "Son of Daniel and Maria S. B. Rogers"
October 20, 2010 Hillside Cemetery Tour
'Giggleswick' by Marjorie Blackman Elliott 1989
PGC Member Marjorie Blackman Elliott traces the history of the Mellick family and in particular PGC founding member Mrs. George P. (Ella Hartley) Mellick '15 and her well known estate, 'Giggleswick'
Mrs. Elliott writes that Giggleswick was briefly owned by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rogers. Relation?
June 15, 1922 New York Times
MISS BOMANN WINS EASILY
Defeats Miss Stuart, 6 and 5, in Plainfield C.C. Golf Tourney
Special to The New York Times
PLAINFIELD, N.J., June 14 – The first round for the women's championship at the Plainfield Country Club today resulted as follows:
First Eight – Miss Kate Bomann defeated Miss Florence Stuart, 6 and 5; Mrs. C. D. Boice defeated Miss Bertha Tilney, 2 and 1; Mrs R. S. Rowland defeated Mrs. C. B. Lawrence, Jr., 4 and 3, Miss Zoe Terry defeated Mrs. W. H. Rogers, 2 and 1.
Second Eight – Mrs. L. W. Hallock won from Miss Louise Patterson by default; Miss Priscilla Fraker defeated Mrs. H. R. Moyer, 5 and 4; Mrs. W. M. Alling defeated Mrs. Frank C. Ward, 2 and 1; Miss Lillie Moore drew a bye.
George T. Rogers
Mixed Golf at Plainfield
Special to The New York Times
PLAINFIELD, N. J., Sept. 28 – Only two women played this morning for the Mellick Cup on the grouns of the Hillside Golf Club. Miss Edith Tracey carried off the honors, defeating Miss Mary Whiton by one point, the net scores being 108 - 109. In the afternoon play was continued for the Golf Committee Cup. Dr. B. Vand Hedges carried off the honors of the day, winning over Robert Abbott by one point, their scores being: B. Vand Hedges, 85-8-77; Robert Abbott, 85-7-78. The same players contested for the Reinhart Cup and the same scores counted. Dr. B. Vand Hedges won the cup for the first time. To become the owner of the trophy it will be necessary to win the cup three times. In the weekly competitionn for the President's Cup on the links of the Park Golf Club Samuel Townsend and George T. Rogers shared first honors. Their scores were: Samuel Townsend, 113-24-89; George T. Rogers, 112-23-89.
Creator:Rogers, Henry J. 1811-1879
Title:Henry J. Rogers Papers, 1844-1896
Notes:Henry J. Rogers (1811-1879) was an inventor and a pioneer in the development of the telegraph
Summary:These papers include correspondence with Samuel F. B. Morse, Alfred Vail, and Matthew Fontaine Maury. Also included are patent applications, material documenting his pioneering work in nautical signal systems, a "Historical Sketch of the Electric Telegraph" by Rogers, and a certificate signed by Joseph Henry and Alexander Dallas Bache attesting to the quality of Rogers' design for an insulated wire for submarine and subterranean telegraph lines
Restrictions:Use of this record unit requires prior arrangement with the Archives staff
Topic:History of science and technology
Subjects:Bache, A. D (Alexander Dallas) 1806-1867, Henry, Joseph 1797-1878, Maury, Matthew Fontaine 1806-1873, Morse, Samuel Finley Breese 1791-1872, Rogers, Henry J. 1811-1879, Vail, Alfred 1807-1859
Form/Genre:Collection descriptions, Mixed archival materials
Local Number:SIA RU007390
1950 Check Book
Jan. 10, 1950
Flowers for Lyons
Jan. 10, 1950
Garden Club of America
in memory of
Mrs. Wilbur Rogers
contribution to Redwood Grove
Feb. 10, 1950
Beatrice P. Hendrix
Speaker at Jan. Meeting
Travel Expense 10.00
In left margin:
Dec. 30 John Scheepers 16.50
percentage of bulbs sold
Residence of Wilbur H. Rogers, 990 Central Avenue
In this illustrated book, the Courier-News has sought to present some of the representative homes of The Plainfields and adjoining territory, together with such other buildings of interest and importance as would serve to convey an idea of the physical attractioins of one of the most beautiful and healthful cities in the Metropolitan District. The homes reflect the desirability of this community as a place of residence.
The churches, schools, clubs and public buildings pictured serve to give the stranger some conceptions of the beauty of the city and its right to be termed the "Queen City" of New Jersey.
With picturesque Watchung Hills as a background, this section with all its natural advantages, plus a progressive spirit, coupled with high class local governing bodies and a live Chamber of Commerce, is pecularily adapted for home sites and, as a result, it has enjoyed a steady and healthy growth for many years.
publication circa 1917
1920 Muhlenberg Hospital Womens Auxiliary
Mrs. W. H. Rogers
990 Central Avenue