"We Cannot Walk Alone:" Images and History of the African-American Community.
Lafayette County, Mississippi. An "Open Doors Exhibition." April through August 2003.






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Rogers Family
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"He served as the clerk for the Tallahatchie-Oxford Missionary Baptist District Association. He said that he wasn't a preacher for long. He lived with the Pearson family for 13 years. He died and was buried in Yellow Leaf Cemetery.

Five generations of Will McDuff Rogers and Katie Oliver Rogers consist of eight children: Ollie, Hollie, Callie, Eddie, Edric, Sultan, William, and Alma. One child died an infant."

Rogers Family, page one
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