11th Vermont Infantry (aka First Heavy Artillery, Vermont Volunteers)
David Worcester Rogers
Nathaniel Sewal Rogers
The Reverend Leo E. Rogers, Jr of Wenham, Mass., is the great-grandson of David Worcester Rogers (10th Infantry), great-grandnephew of his brother, Nathaniel Sewal Rogers (11th Infantry), and great-great-grandson of their father, Nathaniel Rogers (15th Infantry). Originally from Moultonborough, NH, they moved to Newport/Derby, VT around 1845.
David W. Rogers is listed on the Civil War memorial in Derby. Nathaniel Sewal Rogers was a judge in Newport, and was also a commander of the GAR in Newport.
Rev. Rogers found the grave site of Nathaniel and Nathaniel Sewal Rogers, buried along with their spouses, in the Newport Center Cemetery.
I wish to thank all who have contributed to this website, making the information so easily available.
Contributed by Rev. Leo E. Rogers, Jr., Wenham, MA