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Roy mentioned how much he missed his mom's lemon pies, and a short time later a call came in to the station saying that if he would sing "The Swiss Yodel" the caller would bake him a pie. He and Roy and Tim were confident they'd developed a good vocal blend, had some fine original songs, and had come up with a unique trio yodel.
I will truly miss her. Praying for you all. I buried my mother this year, and its tough. Visitation Thursday, September 21, Funeral Thursday, September 21, Anniston — Funeral service for Mrs. Linda Lou Rogers, 77, will be held on Thursday, September 21, at 1 p. Daniel Harper officiating with burial to follow at Forestlawn Gardens. I mean, how cool is that? It's our legacy and our history. So really, we were the perfect entity to give it to, because we're going to be such good stewards of that. Because it's important to us that that part of our history is preserved.
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They were married from and had two children Cheryl Darlene and Roy, Jr.
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Grace died during child birth. He was married to actress Dale Evans from until his death.
Three years after their marriage, their daughter, Robin Elizabeth, was born. She was born with Downs Syndrome and died at the age of two. They adopted 7 children together. Rogers died of congestive heart failure on July 6, in California and three years later his wife Dale Evans also passed away.
He is buried at the Sunset Hill Cemetery. It is said that they were emotional about the social welfare of young children because of the sad demise of their young daughter. Their house stood about where second base now is at Riverfront Stadium, where the Cincinnati Reds play baseball. The family was of modest means. Rogers used to say, ''I hardly wore shoes until I was almost grown.
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Once he became a star, much was made of Mr. Rogers's Choctaw Indian blood from his mother's side. Indians basked in his accomplishments and in he was named ''outstanding Indian citizen of the year'' by a group of Western tribes. Rogers admired cowboy stars from the silent-screen era, he did not envision himself galloping across the prairie. His ambition was to become a dentist, a profession, he reasoned, that everyone needed.
However, his absorption with the culture of the West began to grow inwhen Andrew Slye moved his family from the city to a small farm in Duck Run, Ohio. Rogers learned to ride a mule, acquired the ranch-hand skills and gained the familiarity with animals that he would eventually apply to the Hollywood range. Later, the family returned to Cincinnati.
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To ease Andrew Slye's money problems, Mr. Rogers quit school to work with his father in the shoe company.
Inas the stock market was poised to crash, Mr. Rogers moved again, this time to California to pick fruit.
Rogers spent many evenings playing the guitar and singing for fellow farm workers. To supplement his meager income, Mr. Rogers formed a singing duo with a cousin, Stanley Slye, and they performed at parties and square dances.
View all New York Times newsletters. Rogers made his radio debut in as a member of Tom Murray's Hollywood Hillbillies. For awhile, he was known as Cactus Mac. Rogers assembled another group. A radio announcer got their name mixed up and called them ''the Sons of the Pioneers. Beginning inthe Sons of the Pioneers began to show up in the movies.
Legacy of Roy Rogers and Dale Evans' daughter lives on at Robin's Corner Museum at Dale Rogers Training Center
Filling the Boots Of Gene Autry. Cowboys with musical abilities were the rage in the Depression years and none outshone Mr. Autry made clear to Republic Studios that he wanted a hefty raise, the studio began searching for another cowpuncher.
Rogers auditioned for the star role in a movie called ''Washington Cowboy,'' landing the part that had been written for Mr.