Age: 21, credited to Greensboro, VTVITALS
Birth: abt 1841, Greensboro, VTADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Alias?: None notedDESCENDANTS
Died in Virginia
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Stephen, Peter and Robert Rogers
STEPHEN B ROGERS, age 22, son of W. Rogers, deceased, born in Greensboro; enlisted at Barton, Aug. 20, '62, Co. D., 4th Reg., mustered in Sept 20th, remained with the company until he re-enlisted, Dec. 15, '63, when home on 35 day's furlough; reported at Brattleboro at its expiration. Being sick with consumption sent to the hospital, remained until about June 1, and returned to the company at Cold Harbor, Va.; with it until taken prisoner at Weldon Railroad, June 23, '64, and sent to Andersonville, remained there until April, 1865, when taken to Annapolis, Md.; died April 13, '65, and was buried there.
He was a faithful and devoted soldier, and participated in the Battle's of Lees's Mills, siege of Yorktown, Williamsburgh, Golden Farm, siege of Richmond, Savage Station, 2d Bull Run, Crampton Pass, Antietam, Fredericksburg, St. Marie's Heights, Banks Ford, Gettysburg, Funkstown, Rappahannock Station, Cold Harbor, and Petersburg.
PETER ROGERS, age 22, son of W. Rogers, born in Greensboro, enlisted at Irasburg, June 9, '62, mustered at Brattleboro, July 9, '62, in Co. E., 9th Reg. (in the engagement at Harpers Ferry, Sept. 14th & 15th, '62) until sent to the hospital at Chicago, sick with erysipelas, March 10, '63; returned to company, April 10, '63, and was with it 'till mustered out at Burlington, June 13, '65.
ROBERT ROGERS, age 21, son of W. Rogers, born in Greensboro, enlisted at Irasburg, June 2, '62, an original mamber of Company E, 9th Reg.; mustered with the company at Brattleboro, July 9; remained with the company until taken sick with inflammatory rheumatism, at Winchester, last July.'62; returned home, re-enlisted in Co. D, 4th Reg. Dec 11, '63, mustered Jan 6, '64, joined the company at Brandy Station; with it until wounded in the arm by a Minnie ball, at the Battle of the Wilderness, May 5, '64; sent toward Fredricksburg, but died from the loss of blood before reaching there, May 7, '64, and was immediately buried.
Hemenway's Historical Gazetteer, 1877, iii:238
Submitted By Deanna French.