ROGERS, Beverley Huntington




Author Tags: Law

Beverley Huntington Rogers was born in Shanghai, China in 1929. Prior to the invasion of the city, she moved with her parents to Canada, to the property of her mother's family in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. There she attended a one-room school, and later graduated from Netherwood School for Girls and Dalhousie University, where she met her future husband, Douglas Rogers. He became a professor of Physics at the Royal Military College. Their three children were raised in Kingston, where she also obtained an MSc from Queen's University. The couple retired to Bowen Island, B.C., and between extensive travels they have become happily immersed in island life, gardening, and raising their small pack of Japanese Chins. DATE OF

ARRIVAL IN CANADA: 1936

ARRIVAL IN BRITISH COLUMBIA: 1984

ANCESTRAL BACKGROUND: English & Scottish

EMPLOYMENT OTHER THAN WRITING: Scientist with the Addiction Research Foundation of Ontario, then a Community Consultant with them, presently retired.

BOOKS:

An Indelible Decade: E.R. Huntington, Apprentice Under Sail & Arctic Constable, 1908-1918 (MudScout Media, 2006)

[BCBW 2006] "Law"