John Rogers was the son of Francis and Mary Rogers. He was born about 1877. John Rogers joined the army in 1894. Lieutenant (and Quartermaster) John Rogers received the Distinguished Conduct Medal (D.C.M.). He lived with his wife Mary in Glasgow. Lieutenant John Rogers was assaulted in Callander, north of Glasgow, in June 1918. Lieutenant John Rogers died at the 1st Scottish General Hospital, Aberdeen on the 13th June 1918 of ‘cut throat haemorrhage shock’. He was 41 years old. The CWGC record Lieutenant (and Quartermaster) John Rogers as the son of Francis and Mary Rogers of Cookstown, County Tyrone.
Glasgow (St Kentigern's) Roman Catholic Cemetery contains 134 scattered burials of the First World War; a small screen wall commemorates those servicemen buried in graves that are not marked by headstones. Most of the 186 Second World War burials are also scattered, but there is a small service group in the centre of the cemetery.