Most Worshipful Brother
Reginald Heber Rogers, PGM
Grand Lodge of
Prince Edward Island, A.F. & A.M.;
Grand Master 1941 – 1942

Reginald Heber Rogers was born at Alberton, Prince Edward Island, the youngest son of the late Hon. Benjamin Rogers, sometime Lieutenant Governor of the Province. M.W. Brother Rogers received his early education at the Alberton Grammar School, later attending the Prince of Wales College at Charlottetown. In 1898 he graduated at McGill University, Montreal, as Master of Arts and Bachelor of Civil Law. For some years he practiced law in Vernon, British Columbia, returning Vo his native town in 1914. From 1920 to 1924 he held the office of Superintendent of Education, and for the past twelve years has been the Prothonotary of the Supreme Court and Clerk of the Crown.

While residing in British Columbia, M. W. Brother Rogers was married to Anna Elizabeth, daughter of the late Win. M. Fraser of Vancouver, formerly of Pictou and Charlottetown. They have had three children of whom two are living, Evan Benjamin, M.Sc., (Lond.), Secretary to the High Commissioner for Canada in Canberra, Australia, and Catherine Gwynneth, in the service of the Royal Bank of Canada at Charlottetown.

M. W. Brother Rogers is a member of the United Church of Canada. At the present time he is Vice President bf the Rotary Club of Charlottetown and Honorary Secretary of the Prince Edward island Division of the Canadian Red Cross Society.

He was brought to light in Masonry in Zetland Lodge No. 7, Alberton, in 1915 and presided over that Lodge as Worshipful Master in 1918. on coming to reside in Charlottetown he affiliated with Victoria Lodge No. 2. He was elected Senior Grand Warden of this Grand Lodge in 1939, Deputy Grand Master in 1940, and Most Worshipful Grand Master in June, 1941. M. W. Brother Rogers is a Past High Priest of Alexandra Chapter Ne. 11, Royal Arch Masons, of Charlottetown, and in June, 1941, was elected Grand Scribe of the Grand Chapter of Nova Scotia.

From the Proceedings of the 66th Annual Communication of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Prince Edward Island A.F. & A. M. (1941).