This talk takes place in Tramore Library on Saturday 17th August from 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM.
Congreve Rogers was 107 years of age when he died in Tramore in 1896.
Landlord, sportsman, magistrate and High Sheriff of Waterford to name but a few of the positions he held during his life.
This is a free event for booking and further information please contact Tramore Library at 0761 10 2594.
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