|Birth:||16 March 1852|
Wapello, Iowa, USA
|Death:||30 August 1962|
Selden, Kansas, USA
|Age:||110 years, 167 days|
Matilda Rogers (née Standley; 16 March 1852? – 30 August 1962) was an American supercentenarian claimant.
Rogers was born as Matilda Standley in Wapello, Iowa as the daughter of William and Matilda Ausmus Standley. The family moved to Illinois shortly after her birth and later moved to Missouri.
Matilda married Jacob C. Rogers in Missouri in 1871 and the couple had six children. The family moved to Nebraska in the mid-1880s and in 1894 settled in Selden, Kansas.
Matilda Rogers was widowed in 1935. She broke her hip shortly before her 100th birthday and was featured on televison at the age of 104.
Matilda Rogers died in Selden, Kansas on 30 August 1962, supposedly aged 110 years, 167 days.