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Funeral of Commandant Rogers, RIC - Freeman's Journal 19 April 1911

Last afternoon the remains of Assistant-Inspector-General Henry Annesley Coxwell Rogers, Commandant of the R.I.C. Depot, Phoenix Park, who met with a fatal accident last Saturday, were removed from the Depot to Knightsbridge railway terminus, whence they were conveyed for internment in the family burial ground, Cheltenham. The funeral was of a deeply impressive character and spoke eloquently of the high and widespread respect in which the deceased gentleman was held.
Amongst the many wreaths sent as tributes to the memory of the deceased gentleman was one from the Lord Lieutenant and Lady Aberdeen.


Owner/SourceFreemans Journal 1763 - 1924; 19.Apr.1911; Pg3
Date1911
PlaceRoyal Irish Constabulary Depot, Phoenix Park, Dublin, Ireland
Latitude53.3558823
Longitude-6.329813300000069
Linked toFamily: Coxwell-Rogers/Waller (F40)

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