Major Robert Rogers


Robert Rogers was born in 1731 in Methuen, Massachusetts. He moved to New .Hampshire. when he was 8 years old. He died in 1795 in London, England.  He died when he was 63 years old.  He was penniless when he died. He had parents who wanted him to be a farmer. He didnít go to school because there were no schools in the wilderness. The Rogers family had a farm and the Indians burned it down. Robert liked to hunt, explore and build trails, but he couldnít make enough money doing this, so when Robert got older, he became a soldier. He was the Leader of the Rogerís Rangers and taught soldiers how to fight.

In the British Army, he was a Captain. He was the most famous colonial soldier. By Cristian


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