Oxford Resident Expires Following Sudden Heart Attack
Mrs. Mary E. Rogers, 76 years, died suddenly at her residence, 49 Hovey Street, Thursday, Dec. 28th, following a heart attack.
She had been in poor health for over a year but had been active. On Wednesday she retired at night and after failing to make an appearance at the usual hour the next morning her son, Lee, went to her room where he found her dead in bed.
She was born in Independence township, Sept. 14th, 1858, the daughter of Cornelius and Elizabeth Sutton. At the age of 18 years she was married to William H. Rogers, who passed away May 31, 1914.
From 1900 until 1927 she lived on a farm in Addison township and on May 30th, 1927 came to Oxford and located at her home on Hovey Street.
Surviving are four sons, Claude Rogers, of Linwood, Calif.; Roy Rogers, of Detroit; William and Lee Rogers, of Oxford; two daughters, Mrs. Lester Winters, of Croswell; Mrs. C.B. Stone, of Minneapolis, Minn.; a brother, Marion Sutton, of Oxford; three sisters, Mrs. Frank Thurston, Mrs. William Schoff, both of Orion; Mrs. Manley Brodt, of Marlette, and 15 grand children.
Burial will be made in Oxford cemetery. As we go to press, no definite arrangements for funeral services have been made.
Source: Oxford Leader, December 29, 1933.