Name: John Rogerson
Prefix: Rt Hon
Birth: ABT 1676 in Dublin, Ireland
Death: 24 AUG 1741 in Dublin, Ireland
EMPL: Chief Justice of the King?s Bench (I)
Occupation: Chief Justice of the King's Bench, 1727
Education: Gonville and Caius, Cambridge. Middle Temple.
Change Date: 4 JAN 2010
The Hanoverian succession in 1714 led to a clear-out of Tories in high positions: in December 1714 John Rogerson was appointed Solicitor General in place of his Tory brother-in-law, Francis Bernard.
Son of Sir John Rogerson, M.P. for Dublin, 1695
?Sir John Rogerson, Knight, was a merchant of Dublin, Ireland. He was granted estates in Ireland forfeited under the Williamite Confiscations in 1688.?
Rogerson, John: son of John Rogerson, merchant, of Dublin.
Born Dublin. Private tuition, at home, a year and a half, under Mr Bondelaney: afterwards in London, four years, under Mr Bonwicke. Age 14. Admitted pensioner to the bachelors' table, Oct. 22, 1690. Surety, Mr Ellys.
Admitted at the Middle Temple, June 1690. Barrister, 1699.
Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench, Ireland, 1727.
M.P. for Granard, 1713: for City of Dublin, 1715.
Died Aug. 24, 1741.
Brother of Richard, 1704.
(Biographical History of Gonville and Caius College, 1349-1897 by Fiona Booth - 1998)
Father: John Rogerson
- Hannah Rogerson