12/29/1829 - 05/18/1909

ROGERS, Lucius, a Representative from McKean and Potter Counties; born, December 29, 1829 in Genesee, Livingston County, NY; attended, Jamestown Academy, NY; colonel, Company F, 58th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry (1861-1863, Civil War); printing apprentice, Jamestown Journal; typesetter; editor and reporter, Warren Mail; elected, treasurer, Warren County (1855-1856); elected, transcribing clerk, Pennsylvania State Senate (1857); elected, transcribing clerk, Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1858-1862); owner, editor and reporter, McKean Citizen (1858-1860); editor and reporter, McKean County Miner (1863-1870, 1884-1885); elected, prothonotary, McKean County (1869-1870); elected, journal clerk and assistant clerk, Pennsylvania State Senate (1865-1872); secretary, Republican State Committee; elected as a Republican to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 1872 term; not a candidate for reelection to the House for the 1873 term; elected, first assistant clerk, Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention (1872-1873); elected, deputy secretary of Internal Affairs, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (1879-1883); builder and operator, steam saw mill (1885-1889); elected, treasurer, McKean County (1889-1890); elected, president, Smethport school board; elected, council, Smethport; owner, Kane Daily Republican (1892-1900); postmaster, United States Postal Service, Kane (1898-1909); died, May 18, 1909 in Kane, Warren County, Pennsylvania; interred, Rose Hill Cemetery, Smethport, McKean County, Pennsylvania.

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