Jefferson Rogers was an enslaved worker at Tuckahoe during the Randolph and Wight period. His mother (who had been owned by the Wilson family) would have come to Tuckahoe likely with the first wife of Thomas Mann Randolph III, Harriot Wilson. Jefferson would have been born sometime after Harriot and Thomas Mann married in 1813. After Tuckahoe was sold to the Wight family, Jefferson appears on the 1840 account listed explicitly as a house servant (though there is evidence to suggest that he had been working in the house during the Randolph period as well). It is unknown what became of him after this point for he does not appear on any later account records.