Roderick Nevers (April 30, 1808 - August 13, 1888) was an American printer and publisher. Born in Springfield, Massachusetts, Nevers worked in Hartford in the printing and publishing world from at least 1841 until 1887. He was a partner in the firm Case, Nevers, and Company, with Lucius Case and Alfred R. Skinner from at least 1841 until April 10, 1843. He was a partner in the firm Case and Nevers until 1849, when he opened his own firm, which he operated until 1887. Per his obituary, 'For nearly fifty years he was engaged in the business of engraving and plat printing, and a generation ago had no superior in that profession. He was a man of genial manners, and was universally esteemed. His death was in part the result of injuries received last winter by falling on an icy sidewalk.' He married Melissa Sykes Nevers (1812 - 1897) on October 6, 1835, with whom he had four children.