The Lusk Herald
June 27, 1929
S. A. Rogers Dies Suddenly Near Manville
S. A. Rogers, while mowing at the C. Burkett ranch, near Manville, on Tuesday afternoon, suffered an attack of heart trouble and died almost instantly.
Mr. Rogers and his wife came to Wyoming about ten years ago and have made their home near Manville since that time.
He is survived by his widow, two daughters, mesdames R. F. Burns and Frank Swisher, both of near Manville, and 11 grandchildren.
Funeral services, with Mrs. Wilcox of Manville in charge, will be held on Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, at the church at Manville, and interment will be made in the Douglas cemetery. Arrangements are in the hands of the Midwest Mortuary, with Herman Houston in charge.
Mr. Rogers was born in Marion, Tenn., in 1861, and was married in Colorado in 1885.
The Lusk Herald
July 4, 1929
OBITUARY - Stephen A. Rogers
Stephen A. Rogers was born at Maryville, Tenn., November 30, 1860, where he grew to manhood. Later he moved to Illinois, where he was united in marriage to Lady Katherine Tedrow at Carrollton, Illinois, on August 7, 1884. The family moved to Colorado in 1906, where he resided until 1918, when they came to Wyoming where he has since made his home. His death occurred June 25, 1929, at 3:00 p.m., aged 68 years, 6 months and 25 days. Two daughters preceded him in death. The wife and two daughters, Mrs. Robert Burns and Mrs. Frank Swisher, and other relatives, are left to mourn the death of a loving husband and father.
I may not know the reason why
Dark clouds so often veil the sky,
But tho' my sea be smooth or rough,
The Lord knows why, and that's enough.
I may not know why death should come
To take the dear ones from my home,
But tho mine eyes, with tears be dim,
The Lord knows why--I'll trust in Him.
So, tho I may not understand
The 1eadings of my Father's Hand,
I know to all, He has the key,
He understands each mystery.
CARD OF THANKS
Our heartfelt thanks are extended to the many friends and neighbors for the words of sympathy and acts of kindness following the death of our beloved husband, father and brother. Also for the very many beautiful flowers.
Mrs. Rogers, Wife,
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Burns,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swisher,
Margaret Wertenberger, Sister
Gussie Pauline Black (May 5, 1889 - June 19, 1963)Roger Clark Burns (January 18, 1920 - October 30, 1997)Velma Ann Burns (December 25, 1913 - October 3, 1992)Conrad Carlson (February 28, 1905 - March 17, 1984)Genevieve Alvira Heine (September 16, 1937 - October 14, 1992)Richard James Heine (September 14, 1915 - January 1, 1991)Nina Belle Keister (December 30, 1885 - November 20, 1929)Walter Lee Keister (October 20, 1888 - November 9, 1955)Ira A. Lamb (April 19, 1907 - March 29, 1989)Neva Lenore Lamb (February 27, 1911 - December 6, 2002)Nancy Rogers (March 27, 1862 - March 23, 1936)
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