John Rogers

First Name: John
Last Name: Rogers
Co. E, 12th Alabama Infantry
Residence (County): 
Dekalb County, AL

John Rogers (1841-1864) resided in DeKalb County, Alabama. He and his two brothers, Jacob and James, served in the Confederacy. John and Jacob enlisted in Co. E, 12th Alabama Infantry on June 13, 1861. John Rogers eventually rose to the rank of Captain, was wounded at the Battle of Spotsylvania Court House, and died of his wounds on May 17, 1864.

Authored Letters

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ID Letter Date Author Recipient From To
11679 Rogers1 June 24, 1861 John Rogers William Rogers Lynchburg, VA Dekalb County, AL
11685 Rogers6 January 17, 1863 John Rogers Serena Rogers Guinea Station, VA Dekalb County, AL
11687 Rogers8 May 4, 1863 John Rogers Reece Rogers Fredericksburg, VA Dekalb County, AL
11688 Rogers9 August 20, 1863 John Rogers Jacob J. Rogers Orange Court House, VA Dekalb County, AL
11690 Rogers11 April 17, 1864 John Rogers Serena Rogers Orange Court House, VA Dekalb County, AL

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