George Rogers Net Worth, Age, Height, Weight, Career

George Rogers

George Rogers was a Virginia surveyor, soldier, and militia commander who rose to become the highest-ranking American patriot military officer in the American Revolutionary War’s northern frontier. Throughout most of the conflict, he was the commander of the Kentucky militia. Know more about George Rogers Net Worth, Bio, Age, Nationality, Wife, Height, Weight, Career

Quick Facts

Full Real NameGeorge Rogers
Famous NameGeorge
Date of BirthNovember 19, 1752
Age 71 years old.
Place of BirthAlbemarle County, Colony of Virginia
Net worth$250 k
Zodiac SignCancer.
Height (approx.)5 feet 8 inches
Weight (approx.)58 Kg
Hair ColorWhite.
Eye ColorBlack

George Rogers Age & Early Life

George Rogers was born on November 19, 1752, in Albemarle County, Virginia, near Charlottesville, Thomas Jefferson’s birthplace. He was the second of ten children born to Anglicans of English and Scottish heritage John and Ann Rogers Clark. Clark had minimal formal schooling. He stayed with his grandpa to attend Donald Robertson’s school, where classmates included James Madison and John Taylor of Caroline.

Height & Weight

George Rogers is 5 feet 8 inches tall. He weighs approximately 58 kg (121 lbs). He has lovely warm black eyes and white locks. His body measurements are 36-28-34 inches.

George Rogers
George Rogers (Source: Google)

George Rogers Net Worth 2024

How much is George Rogers’s net worth? George Rogers’s net worth is between $250 k as of  March 2024. His excellent profession as a Soldier is his primary source of money. 


  • Clark’s military career started in 1774 when he joined the Virginia militia as a captain. When hostilities broke out between the Shawnee and settlers on the Kanawha border, he was prepared to lead an expedition of 90 men down the Ohio River; this battle ultimately resulted in Lord Dunmore’s War.
  • Clark volunteered his services to Edmond-Charles Genêt, the notorious ambassador of revolutionary France, on February 2, 1793, with his career apparently finished and his chances for success uncertain, seeking to earn money to preserve his land.
  • Clark was made “Major General in the Armies of France and Commander-in-Chief of the French Revolutionary Legion on the Mississippi River” by Genêt. Clark started organizing a campaign to capture New Madrid, St. Louis, Natchez, and New Orleans, enlisting the help of old allies like Benjamin Logan and John Montgomery and gaining the tacit backing of Kentucky Governor Isaac Shelby.

George Rogers Wife & Marriage

Who is George Rogers’s Wife? He is a married man, but there is no further information regarding his wife. He does not disclose his previous relationships or dating history in the public domain. George keeps his private life hidden from the paparazzi. He was not the subject of any rumors or controversies. He has kept his distance from rumors that could jeopardize his career. However, He has a clean record and has never been involved in controversies.