In the 1910 Oklahoma census, Grady county, Rush Springs town, ED 185-11A.
John Rogers, head of household, white, male, age 34. born in Texas.His parents were both born in the U.S.He is a mason and does stone work.
Hattie Rogers, wife, white, female, age 30, born in Texas.Both her parents were born in Kentucky.
In the 1920 Oklahoma census, Grady county, Rush Springs town, Ed 185-4B.
J.F. Rogers, head of household, white, male, age 45, born in Missouri.Both his parents were born in Missouri.He is a farmer.
Hattie Rogers, wife, white, female, age 39, born in Texas.Both parents were born in Kentucky.
From the Rush Springs Gazette, Rush Springs, Grady county, Oklahoma, Thursday, August 1, 1929, front page.
Mrs. John F. Rogers died Monday afternoon, July 29, in the Patterson Hospital at Duncan after a few months illness.
She has been a resident and merchant in Rush Springs for about 20 years.She was well known throughout this city and loved by all who knew her.
She was born in Decatur, Texas, August 2, 1878.The family moved to Rush Springs, Indian Territory in 1905.She married John F. Rogers at Altus, Oklahoma, January 13, 1910.She leaves to mourn her death her husband, one brother, four sisters and a number of most devoted neices and nephews.
One brother,Mr. Everett McKinley and sister,Mrs. Luther Brown live at Altus, Oklahoma, one sister at Dodd City, Texas and the two other Mrs. Louis Leverett and Mrs. J.O. Kemp live here.
She was a member of the Methodist church and lived a devoted Christian life.We feel keenly the loss of this dear sister for she was so good and kind to every one, so faithful to her family and church,we feel sad to think that she will be with us no more, but we bow to Him that doeth all things well.
A large crowd assembled at her home Tuesday at 4 p.m. where her funeral was preached by her pastor, Rev. McReute, after which her remains were laid to rest in the Rush Springs Cemetery.
The entire community extends their sincere sympathy to the bereaved family in their hour of darkness."