First Cedar Creek Baptist to discuss Rogers Station

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The First Cedar Creek Baptist Church will host an informal discussion of the former Rogers Station on Ben Irvin Road (Ky. 2737). The discussion will be at 4 p.m., Sunday, July 20.

Named after Matthew, William, Jonathan, and James Rogers — brothers who helped build it in 1780 — the fort was a place of refuge, especially from Native Americans. Col. James Rogers, who was born 1742 in the original and current Virginia and a Baptist minister there, arrived in 1779 to present-day Kentucky. He became a lieutenant colonel in the Nelson County militia when it first organized.

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