15731652, Sep 16
an English nonconforming clergyman and religious writer. He is now best known for his conduct book Matrimoniall Honour. He graduated B.A. in 1595-6, and M.A. in 1599, and was fellow from 1600 to 1608. On leaving the university Rogers officiated as minister at Haversham, Buckinghamshire. After being harassed for various acts of nonconformity, he was suspended by the archbishop in 1629. Conforming clergy in North Essex presented a memorial to the bishop on his behalf, but he apparently left Essex for a time.
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