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From the Collection of Uniting Church Archives - Synod of Victoria 54 Serrell Street Malvern East Victoria

B & W studio photograph of Rev James Rogers, Mrs Agnes Rogers (nee Caldwell) and their children. The images of two men in uniform (presumably absent overseas) have been superimposed on the photograph to complete the family group.
100 x 140 mm
Object Registration
james rogers, agnes rogers, agnes caldwell, methodist, primitive methodist, eaglehawk, minister, first world war
Historical information
James Rogers was born in Wallaroo, South Australia, but came to Sailor's Gully, Eaglehawk with his family as an infant. He was converted in a Salvation Army meeting at Bendigo. He became a member of the Primitive Methodist Church at Eaglehawk. He was stationed at:
1888 Murtoa; 1889 Hamilton; 1892 Melbourne, Collingwood; 1892 Beaconsfield; 1894 Penguin; 1900 Castlemaine; 1905 Dimboola; 1909 Geelong, Yarra St.; 1913 Kilcunda & Powlett River; 1917 Kyabram; 1920 North Melbourne; 1923 Brighton; 1928 Prahran; 1932 Supernumerary Hawthorn. Gaol Chaplain 1909 - 1912; Hospital Chaplain 1935 - 1936Died 2nd September 1937
Agnes Rogers (nee Caldwell) was born in 1867, married James Rogers in 1892 and died in 1951.
The children in the photograph are:
James Stanley (born 1893), John David (born 1895), Agnes Pricilla (born 1897), Robert Leslie (born 1899), Jean (born 1900), Ethel Margaret (born 1903), Amelia Florence (born 1905) Lois Susan and Ella (twins born 1908).
When Made
Undated c.1914 - 1918
Last updated
5 Apr 2018 at 2:36PM