John Rodgers

John Rodgers

John Rodgers may refer to:

* John Rodgers (naval officer, War of 1812) (1772–1838), U.S. Naval officer during the War of 1812
* John Rodgers (naval officer, Civil War) (1812–1882), U.S. Naval officer during the Civil War, son of the first John Rodgers
* John Rodgers (naval officer, World War I) (1881–1926), U.S. Naval officer during World War I, great-grandson of the first John Rodgers.
**Six ships, three USS John Rodgers and three USS "Rodgers", were named for the above officers.
* Sir John Rodgers, 1st Baronet (1906–1993), British Conservative MP for Sevenoaks
* John Rodgers (musician), Australian composer and musician.

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*John Rogers

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