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Posted by: Elizabeth Posted on: 20. Jan 2008 at 14:53
I'm looking for any information available on my great great aunt Irmgard Rogers, wife of George Carl Rogers.

George was born in Springhill in 1923 to Margaret Ann (Scott) and Cecil Vanderbilt Rogers.  He met Irmgard (known to our family as Immie) while stationed in Germany in the 50s.  They moved to Canada before May of 1964 (probably between 1958 and 1964) because they were already here when my G-grandfather passed away.  George and Immie eventually divorced.

I know that Immie lived in Toronto until she died in the early 1990s.  I am looking for any information on her at all - in particular, a maiden name, date of birth, and some idea of where she came from in Germany would be ideal starters.  If anyone happens to have the obituary for George Rogers or Irmgard Rogers, they would be appreciated as well.

With much thanks in advance,
Elizabeth