William Rosamond and Ida Rose

William Thomas Rosamond

Birthdate: circa 1860
Birthplace: Mississippi
Death: (Date and location unknown)
Immediate Family: Son of Samuel Rosamond and Frances C. Morrison
Husband of Mildred A. Rosamond and Ida Rose
Father of <private> Rosamond; <private> Rosamond and Frank Wesley “Royal” Rosamond
Brother of Laura Rosamond; Benjamin F. Rosamond; John J. Rosamond; Nonimus Nathaniel Rosamond and Frances J. Rosamond

Ida Rose

Birthdate: estimated between 1823 and 1881
Birthplace: Louisiana
Death: Died 1890
Immediate Family: Wife of William Thomas Rosamond
Mother of Frank Wesley “Royal” Rosamond

Frank Wesley “Royal” Rosamond

Birthdate: December 18, 1881
Birthplace: Missouri
Death: Died November 26, 1953 in Prob Oklahoma
Place of Burial: Sunny Lane Sec. 13, lot S13-RN-7, Del City, Oklahoma
Immediate Family: Son of William Thomas Rosamond and Ida Rose
Husband of Mary Magdalene Weineke
Father of <private> Rosamond; <private> Rosamond; <private> Rosamond and <private> Rosamond
Half brother of <private> Rosamond and <private> Rosamond
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Last Updated: November 26, 2014


William Rose (b. Abt. 1715, d. Abt. 1803)William Rose (son of Hill Rose) was born Abt. 1715 in England, and died Abt. 1803 in Bedford County, Pennsylvania..He married Sarah Gardner on Abt. 1739 in Maryland.
 Includes NotesNotes for William Rose:
William Rose, at about nine years of age and a son of a Hill Rose of England, was sent with a note by his father to sea captaineither in Liverpool or London , England.The captain locked the boy up in a cabin of his ship and there he stayed until well out to sea. he was released and allowed to roam the ship until landing at Annapolis Maryland USA.The Captain sold the lad for a head of tobacco to a tobacco farmer as a
indentured servant.here he remained until he was 21 years old when he was released as a indentured servant and made his way toThis information obtained from Danial Haney Rose affidavit he executedNovember 25,1875, while owning land in Douglas County, Illinois.Reason for sending note unknown.
The above information also obtained from Christine Rose (No Relation), ROSE FAMILY ASSOCIATION, 1474 Montelegre Drive, San Jose, California, 95120.Frank Preston Rose, Jr. 9 / 18 / 2007
More About William Rose and Sarah Gardner:
Marriage: Abt. 1739, Maryland.
Children of William Rose and Sarah Gardner are:

  1. Louise Rose, d. date unknown.
  2. +Allen Rose, b. 1740, d. Abt. 1803, Bedford County, Pennsylvania..
  3. Sarah Rose, b. February 06, 1739/40, d. July 01, 1788.
  4. +Edward Rose, b. May 17, 1743, Bedford County, Pennsylvania., d. February 23, 1834, Sumerset,Perry County, Ohio.
  5. Rachel Rose, b. 1750, d. date unknown.
  6. Nancy Rose, d. date unknown.

Drusilla Pierpoint (b. January 11, 1749/50, d. December 25, 1824)Drusilla Pierpoint was born January 11, 1749/50 in Maryland, and died December 25, 1824 in Perry County, Ohio..She married Edward Rose on March 12, 1768 in Maryland, son of William Rose and Sarah Gardner.
More About Drusilla Pierpoint:
Burial: December 1824, Perry County,, Ohio..
More About Drusilla Pierpoint and Edward Rose:
Marriage: March 12, 1768, Maryland.
Children of Drusilla Pierpoint and Edward Rose are:

  1. +Allen Rose, b. November 1770, Bedford County, Pennsylvania., d. 1846, Gallia County, Ohio..
  2. Edward Rose, d. date unknown.
  3. Samuel Rose, d. date unknown.
  4. John Rose, b. June 16, 1787, d. date unknown.
  5. Sarah Rose,Simpson, b. September 28, 1772, d. May 01, 1847.
  6. Rosane Rose, d. date unknown.
  7. Drusilla Rose, d. date unknown.
  8. Mary Rose, d. date unknown.
  9. Nancy Rose, d. date unknown.
  10. Elizabeth Rose, d. date unknown.

Allen Rose (b. November 1770, d. 1846)

Allen Rose (son of Edward Rose and Drusilla Pierpoint) was born November 1770 in Bedford County, Pennsylvania., and died 1846 in Gallia County, Ohio..He married Elizabeth Haney in ., daughter of Patrick Haney.
Notes for Allen Rose:
Allen Rose, son of Edward and Drusilla(Pierpoint) Rose, born November 1770, In Bedford County Pennsylvania per Daniel Haney Rose, Affidavit.He Died in Gallia County, Ohio, 76 Years of age.Allen Rose married Elizabetr Haney, daughter of Patrick Haney, place and date unknown.The date of birth of Elizabeth is unknown.Her maiden name proved by 1850 deed book2,page 79, Bedford County, Pennsylvania.She died in 1856 Athens County, Ohio.Their first child Margaret was born in 1792, she married a Jos Wigton or ( Wigdon ) 15 June 1830,in Perry County, Ohio.Margaretis birried in the Roseville Cemetery, Clay township, MuskinguCounty, Ohio. Second Child Elenor, year born unknown, Elenor married Jacob Wooley June 12,1821 in
Perry County, Ohio.She and Jacob traveled the Oregon Trail To Oregon around the year1843 +- 3.Jacob
Wooley died May 25, 1865 in Portland, Oregon.The year Elenor died is unknown.However Elenor and Jacob
are burried in the Buxton Cemetery, Hillsboro, Washington County, Oregon.Third child Elizabeth born August
15, 1797. She died March 09, 1880. burried also in Roseville Cemetery, Roseville, Ohio.Elizabeth married
Henry Gordon, December 11, 1821 in Perry County, Ohio.They lived for a time in Muskingum County, Ohio.
Fourth child Rosanna born unknown .Married February 26, 1835 in Perry County, Ohio, to Franklin Allen and
lived 1849 in Hocking County, Ohio.Fifth child Edward Haney born October 30, 1799. He ran away from home
at age 17. Was first married in Connecticut to a Miss Clark, they moved to Michigan, had a daughter.Miss
Clark died and the daughter ws sent to grand parents. whicn grand parents is unknown.Edward Haney married second time to Martha Westbrook, she daughter of John Westbrook who later gave two pieces of property to his daughter.Sixth child Daniel Haney born May 10, 1811, Muskingum County, Ohio.Daniel married Catherine RussellApril 11, 1833 in Muskingun County, Ohio. She born August 23, 1812, in Athens County, Ohio.This family moved to Gallia County, Ohio in 1841. Catherine died June 07, 1967 in Gallia County, Ohio.After her death Daniel moved to Douglass County,Illinoisa. Here we loose track of Dniel. not knowing where he moved or where he died. Seventh child Marry ( Polly ) she married William Christy August 1818.
Not known what year she was born.Eight child Patrick, died when seventeen years old. Year not known.
More About Allen Rose and Elizabeth Haney:
Marriage: ..
Children of Allen Rose and Elizabeth Haney are:

  1. Eleanor Rose, d. date unknown.
  2. Mary Rose, d. date unknown.
  3. Patrick Rose, d. date unknown.
  4. Rosanna Rose, d. date unknown.
  5. Margaret Rose, b. 1792, d. 1874.
  6. Elizabeth Rose, b. August 15, 1797, d. March 09, 1880, Roseville Cemetery, Roseville, Ohio..
  7. +Edward Haney Rose, b. October 30, 1799, d. Bef. 1875, Navada, Vernon County, Missouri..
  8. +Daniel Haney Rose, b. May 10, 1811, Muskingum County, Ohio., d. date unknown.

Frank Rosamond – 1900 Census Record Helena Township Helena city Ward 3, Lewis and Clark County, Montana, United States

Frank Rosamond lived in Lewis and Clark County, Montana in 1900. He was an employee of the household, 19 years old, and identified as white. Frank was born in Missouri around 1881, and both of his parents were born in Missouri as well. In 1900, Frank was not married.

More About Frank Rosamond and Mary Weineke:
Marriage: Abt. 1911, California4

Children of Frank Rosamond and Mary Weineke are:
i. June E Rosamond, born Abt. 1914 in California.
ii. Bertha M Rosamond, born Abt. 1916 in California.
1 iii. Rosemary Rosamond, born 26 Sep 1922 in California.
iv. Lillian J Rosamond, born Abt. 1924 in California.

Generation No. 3

4. William Thomas Rosamond5,6,7,8,9, born 1860 in Mississippi10. He was the son of 8. Samuel Rosamond and 9. Frances C. Morrison. He married 5. Ida Rose 16 Feb 1881 in Bates County, Missouri11.
5. Ida Rose, born in Louisiana; died Abt. 1890.

More About William Thomas Rosamond:
Name 2: William Thomas Rosamond12,13
Date born 2: Abt. 1860, Mississippi
Residence: 1900, Duke, Greer, Oklahoma14

More About William Rosamond and Ida Rose:
Marriage: 16 Feb 1881, Bates County, Missouri15

Child of William Rosamond and Ida Rose is:
2 i. Frank Wesley “Royal” Rosamond, born 18 Dec 1881 in Missouri; died Abt. 26 Nov 1953 in Prob Oklahoma; married Mary Magdalene Weineke Abt. 1911 in California.

Generation No. 4

8. Samuel Rosamond16, born 1815 in Abbeville District, SC. He was the son of 16. Benjamin Rosamond and 17. Susannah Hill. He married 9. Frances C. Morrison.
9. Frances C. Morrison17, born Abt. 1822 in South Carolina.

More About Samuel Rosamond:
Occupation: Farmer

Children of Samuel Rosamond and Frances Morrison are:
i. Benjamin F. Rosamond, born Abt. 1844 in Mississippi.
ii. John J. Rosamond, born Abt. 1846 in Mississippi.
iii. Frances J. Rosamond, born Abt. 1852 in Mississippi.
iv. Nonimus Nathaniel Rosamond, born Jul 1854 in Lowndes County, Mississippi; died 01 Jan 1908 in Lurton, Newton County, Arkansas; married Rosalie A. Bennett Abt. 1875 in Chicago, Illinois.

More About Nonimus Rosamond and Rosalie Bennett:
Marriage: Abt. 1875, Chicago, Illinois

4 v. William Thomas Rosamond, born 1860 in Mississippi; married (1) Ida Rose 16 Feb 1881 in Bates County, Missouri; married (2) Mildred A. ? Abt. 1898.
vi. Laura Rosamond, born Abt. 1862.

Generation No. 5

16. Benjamin Rosamond18, born Abt. 1790 in South Carolina19; died Bet. 1850 – 1860 in Attala County, Mississippi. He was the son of 32. James Rosamond and 33. Lettice Tillman. He married 17. Susannah Hill.
17. Susannah Hill, died 20 Oct 1828 in Abbeville County, South Carolina20. She was the daughter of 34. John Hill Sr. and 35. Susannah ?.

Notes for Benjamin Rosamond:
Benjamin Rosamond, R255, M. Born in 1790 in South Carolina. Was on the census for Attala County, Mississippi in 1850. Benjamin died in Attala County, Mississippi bef 16 May 1859, he was 69.

In “Greenwood County Sketches” Benjamin, Susannah and son Thomas are mentioned as members of the Walnut Grove Baptist Church located near Ware Shoals in 1834. Before 1850, Benjamin had remarried to Jane Rogers Mays.

Marion Francis Rosamond

Addison “Adam” Rosamond[32],[33],[34], R255, M. Born on 25 Apr 1825 in South Carolina. Addison “Adam” died on 17 May 1879, he was 54. Buried in Crowley, TX. Occupation: Farmer, Shoe Maker.

Addison served in the Civil War from Mississippi. After the war, he moved his family in ox drawn carts to current day Tarrant County, TX and settled about twelve miles south of Fort Worth. Only one of his and Julia Holands married.




By 1850 Benjamin had sold his South Carolina property whoich was located somewhere near the Mulberry Creek/Saluda River area. He divided the profit with his sons and was living near his brother Samuel in Atalla County, Mississippi. In the same time period his other brother Thomas and all his sons except Thomas and Joseph were also in Mississippi. In 1850 Benjamin was listed in the Mississippi census as owning 9 slaves and being married to Jane. Census Ed. 126, 495/495.


in Rosamond Jr., R255, M. Born ca 1814 in South Carolina. Occupation: Farmer.

According to tBenjamhe birth dates of the children, Benjamin and Elizabeth probably came to Mississippi between 1837 and 1839. In 1850 they were living next door to Richard and Mary Hodges. Ruth Menhel speculates that Elizabeth was a Hodges.

In 1850 census they are listed in Choctaw County, MS. In 1860 they are shown on the census for Pontotoc County, MS.


William and Canzada came to Mississippi sometime between 1847-1849. Theya re listed on the 1850 census as living near William’s father Benjamin Rosamond and his uncle Samuel Rosamond. In 1860 they are listed in the Choctaw County, MS census. William served in the Confederate Army during the Civil War (1861-1865). After the war they moved briefly to Arkansas, they went on to Texas around 1866 according to a letter I (Jimmy D. Rosamond) received from Myrtle Beatrice Rosamond Tanner Hyde in 1995. The story as told in this letter is repeated below. Myrtle is the granddaughter of William and Canzada.

“William A. Rosamond and his wife Canzada (Coleman) Rosamond and their six sons and other members of the Rosamond Family came from Kosciusko, Attala County, Mississippi, where his parents owned a plantation on Big Black River. They came here in covered wagons in 1866 and experienced all the hardships on the way – wild animals and other threats to their lives.

about 23 years old at the tme.

“Dress as well as conduct came to church attention as shown by the April 1834 report. ‘Three of our yong members, Thomas Rosamond, M. Henderson and Charles Hodges were seen at an election ground and among the mixed multitude with coats off and sleeves rolled, and in hostile array, a sorowful sight to see Emanuel’s soldiers parading in and enemy’s camp, they being the case. The three brothers came forward and confessed their sorrow for such conduct, stating that they had no design in being stripped but to get their friends, whom they were afraid would be abused, out of the fray and that they had no intention of fighting, only to save their friends. The moderator arose and gave them a friendly admonition and retained them in full fellowship.'”

James C. Taylor

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Feb. 14, 1857


Jan. 15, 1932

Family links:
Laura Alice Rosamond Taylor (1862 – 1930)

Crescent Hill Cemetery
Bates County
Missouri, USA

Created by: Richard Parker
Record added: Sep 19, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 58913192

William Thomas Rosamond

Birthdate: circa 1860
Birthplace: Mississippi
Death: (Date and location unknown)
Immediate Family: Son of Samuel Rosamond and Frances C. Morrison
Husband of Mildred A. Rosamond and Ida Rose
Father of <private> Rosamond; <private> Rosamond and Frank Wesley “Royal” Rosamond
Brother of Laura Rosamond; Benjamin F. Rosamond; John J. Rosamond; Nonimus Nathaniel Rosamond and Frances J. Rosamond



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