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Thomas Rogers Division

Thomas MacRory Rogers, the Division's namesake, was a native of Omagh, County Tyrone, in modern day occupied Ireland . He immigrated to the USA as a young man approx 1912 and married Teresa MacGlade, a fellow immigrant and native of Dunganamohr, outside Dungannon, County Tyrone .

He was a lifelong Hibernian active in Irish-American affairs including Clan na Gael and the Irish struggle against the British crown in the occupied counties.

Thomas MacRory Rogers served on the local, State and National level of the AOH.

The Division was named the Thomas Rogers Memorial Division after his death in the late 1940s. His sons and daughters and later his grandchildren were and continue to be active in the Division, as well as Irish American affairs. New York's Saint Patrick's Day Parade was dedicated to his son, the late Patrick Rogers in 1986.

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