Coltman-Rogers of Stanage Park
The following data is extracted from Rogers Family Records.
B110 ROBERT DE NORBURY: of North Lydbury, Salop. His great grandson,
B111 ROGER DE NORBURY: m. Margery (dau. of Thomas Schire de la Home);
became possessed of estates in Home, 1314.
B112 JOHN ROGERS DE LA HOME: took surname of Rogers from his father's
Christian name; by deed dated 36 Edward III (1363), obtained from
Philip le Mercer all his estates in Home where he settled; from that
time to present, his descendants have held the estate of Home and
resided there. From him was lineally descended,
B113 REV. EDWARD ROGERS: M.A.; of The Home; Rector of Myndtown,
Salop; m. Mary Like.
B114 THOMAS ROGERS: of The Home; 1749-1794; m. Mary Vanz”elen
B115 REV. JOHN ROGERS: Lord of Home, Wentnor, Salop; Rector of Myndtown
and Maidstone, Salop; 1789-1856; m. 1816, Marianne Bodenham.
(1) John: of The Home--B116.
(2) Edward: of Inverness Terrace, Kensington Gardens; 1818-1891;
m. 1866, Ada Deane. Ch.: Edward Thomas; Francis Bodenham.
(3) Thomas Percival (Rev.): M.A.; Vicar of Batheaston, Somerset;
b. 1821; m. (1), 1852, Kath. Mackarness; m. (2), Mary Broome.
Ch.: Percy John Mackarness; Edmund de Norbury; Arthur;
(4) Henry James Vanz”elen: b. 1833.
B116 REV. JOHN ROGERS [B115--(1)]: M.A.; of The Home, and of Stanage
Park; J. P. Cos. Hereford, Radnor, and Salop; 1817-1878; m. 1851,
Charlotte Victoria Newbold.
(1) Charles Coltman: now of Stanage Park--B117.
(2) Edward Powys: 1855-1920; m. 1881, Charlotte Williams.
(A) Charles Michael: b. 1884.
(B) Harry Powys: lieut. R. N.; lost his life in H. M. S. Monmouth,
at battle of Coronel, 1915.
(C) John Davenport: 1857-1914.
(D) Arthur de Norbury: b. 1862; d.y.
(E) George Frank Vanz”elen: 1864-1900.
B117 CHARLES COLTMAN COLTMAN-ROGERS: of Stanage Park, Co. Radnor,
and The Home, Salop; M.A.; J. P. Cos. Radnor, Salop and Hereford;
High Sheriff, Co. Radnor, 1882; Vice-lieut. Co. Radnor, 1921; M. P.,
Radnor, 1884-85; Chairman Radnor C. C. since 1896; Chairman Local
Educ. Auth. since 1896; Chairman Standing Joint Committee, since
1896; Chairman Territorial Assoc., 1910; various agricultural and
educ. associations, including Council of Royal Agric. Soc. since 1896,
Vice-Pres., 1918; assumed by Royal Licence, 1919, the surname of
Coltman (from maternal grandfather) before that of Rogers, and arms
of Coltman quarterly with his own family arms; b. 1854; m. 1888,
Muriel Augusta Gillian Chapman.
(1) Guy Coltman: Capt. Shropshire Yeo.; D. L., Co. Radnor; b. 1891;
m. 1920, Phyllis Mary Egerton; issue.
(2) Julian Coltman: late R. N.; b. 1898.
Source: Rogers Family Records