The following data is extracted from Rogers Family Records.
(1825-1890); Scottish author; in 1855 was chaplain of the garrison at Stirling Castle; while there was a member of the town council; in 1863 went to London to devote himself to literary work; his earliest efforts were journalistic, but Scottish history, literature and genealogy were throughout his life the chief studies of his leisure; his researches along these lines proved of value; as early as 1854 Columbia Coll., N. Y., had given him the degree of LL.D.; was made a D.D., 1881, by the Un. of St. Andrews; a member, fellow or correspondent of numerous learned socieites, British, foreign and colonial, and an associate of the Imperial Archaeological Society of Russia.
Source: Rogers Family Records