Jessye RogersOwned art supply storeJessye Liddell Rogers...

October 01, 1994

Jessye Rogers

Owned art supply store

Jessye Liddell Rogers, who co-owned an artist supply store in Baltimore, died Tuesday of heart failure at Christiana (Del.) Hospital. She was 92.

She and her husband, Robert E. Rogers, whom she married in 1935, had owned Rogers Artist Supply Co. on Mulberry Street. He died in 1971.

She was born and reared in Lapidum, Harford County, where her father, John Henry Liddell, was a farmer and cannery operator. She graduated in 1920 from the Tome School in Port Deposit and was a 1922 graduate of the Goldey Beacom School in Wilmington, Del.

Services will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow at West Nottingham Presbyterian Church, Jacob Tome Highway and Firetower Road, Colora, Cecil County, where she was a member for many years.

She is survived by several nephews and nieces.

Memorial donations may be made to West Nottingham Presbyterian Church, c/o Crouch Funeral Home, 127 S. Main St., North East 21901.

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