Sir John Rogers, 1st Baronet
He was the eldest son and only surviving child of John Rogers and his wife Elizabeth Payne, daughter of Sir Robert Payne. Rogers entered the English House of Commons as Member of Parliament (MP) for Plymouth in 1698, representing the constituency for the next two years. He was created a baronet, of Wisdome, in the County of Devon on 21 February 1699, and was appointed High Sheriff of Devon in 1701.
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