Rogers or Dover Cemetery

Fannin County, Cemeteries of Texas

Submitted by Susan Hawkins

Cemeteries of Texas Coordinator: Dolores I. Bishop

For questions concerning Fannin County contact Susan Hawkins, CC Fannin County.

This cemetery location is named for the Rogers family and also known as Dover or Dover Schoolhouse Cemetery.

Rogers Cemetery also known as the Dover Cemetery is a tiny cemetery located on CR 4210 southeast of Ector on a dirt road. You can go Hwy 121 to CR 4210. There are no signs but it is right on the road. It is very vandalized and overgrown. Be careful of deep animal holes (skunks!). Only a few stones are left and a few could not be reached due to downed trees. The whole cemetery is only about 50 by 70. Susan Hawkins has a long record of people buried there thanks to family records given to her and research records available. Stones that could be read have been added.

Last Name First Name Birth Death Comments

Baker

Ann

?

1894?

Badly Broken

Baker

David

Jul 12 1815

--- -- 1899

-

Baker

Bryan

-

-

-

Cockrill

Lutitia?

1841

1909

Unsure of spelling of name

Hange

Martha A.

Jun 18 1846

Jan 14 1892

-

Hawkins

Serepta Baker

1849

1899

W/o Joseph M.  D/o David & Mary Ann Barnett Baker

Hooper

Robert

1890

1892

S/o W.P. & Isabella

McDonald

Charles A.

Jun 09 1845

Aug 12 1901

-

McDonald

Matilda Gardiner

Mar 08 1849

Mar 04 1892

W/o Charles

Middleton

Abbe Cole?

-

-

D/o J.W. & M.C.  Broken Stone

Middleton

Rebecca

1892

-

D/o J.W. & M.C.

Middleton

Victoria

Mar 09 1876

Nov 24 1894

W/o or D/o J.W.? hard to read

Rigdon

Catherine

1826

1927

W/o Wm.

Rigdon

Lilly

1893

1902

D/o Wm. & Catherine

Rigdon

William

Jun 21 1824

Feb 21 1896

-

Rogers

Elbert Edwin

Mar 13 1877

Jan 11 1902

-

Rogers

Kenneth W.

Mar 15 1918

May 02 1918

-

Rogers

Nellie

Mar 09 1894

Jan 21 1895

-

Rogers

Newt

-

1902

S/o Dr. Edwin Rogers

Rogers

Ruby Jo

Sep 09 1922

Sep 17 1924

-

Thompson

Mattie A.

Apr 14 1891

Jun 07 1892

D/o J.A. & B.