Cribbage board made by Dr. Mudd while at Fort Jefferson, Fort JeffersonDry Tortugas National Park; National Park ServiceBack: ACC 29; Cribbage board made by Dr. Mudd while at Fort Jefferson. Given by him to Engineer James Rogers. U.S.N. in charge of water condensers at Fort. (1865-1870); Now owned by Charles Rogers, Bala-Cyneryd, P Prila, Pa, son of James Rogers. (75 years age 1941) Charles Rogers lived at Fort Jefferson from the age of 6 months to 6 years.