1875 Jun 2. Born Liverpool, Lancs. Son of William and Maria Rogers
The name is too common to get accurately in censuses. He may have been in an Orphanage as a child of the right details fits
1896 Apr 21. Enlists in Lancs Fus. in the 3rd Militia Battalion. He is a warehouseman
1896 Jul 3. Discharged to join Lanc Fus as a regular
1896-1898 Sudan Medal
1911 census He is a sergeant in Lanc Fus at Wellington Barracks, Bury.
1915 Jul 15 Landed in France
1915 Aug 12. DCM gazetted
1916 May 8. Commissioned 2nd Lt
1917 Nov 10 . Labour Corps. Temp . 2nd Lt. J . H..Rogers, from Lanc. Fus., to be temp. 2nd Lt . (with seniority 8 May 1916 ) and actg. Capt . while comdg. a Co .
1918 May 10 Labour Corps. Temp . Lt . (actg . Capt. ) J.H. Rogers , D.C.M., to be temp. Capt.
1919 Aug 13. Labour Corps. Temp. Capt. J. H. Rogers, D.C.M, relinquishes his commission on completion of service, and retains the rank of Capt .
1920 Oct 23. Joined ADRIC with service no 833. Posted to I Coy "No Papers". Wife at 16 Reuben Street, Dublin
1921 Jun 10 to 22 Jun on Leave
1921 Jun 29. Posted to Depot
Fined £1 by Coy Commander
1921 Aug 12 to 10 Sep on Leave
1922 Jan 16. Discharged on demobilisation of ADRIC
1922 Dec 14. Question in Parliament Lieut.-Colonel Sir J. NORTON-GRIFFITHS asked the Minister of Pensions if he will make inquiries into the case of Captain John H. Rogers, D.C.M., late Lancashire Fusiliers, of 19, Swaby Road, Karlsfield, Wandsworth, who has been informed by the Ministry of Pensions that his retired disability pay of £41 6s., composed partly of service and partly of disability payments, will not be paid to him until June, 1923, and will then be subject to deductions leaving him £8 2s. 1d. in debt to the State?