A English Rose Born To America

My ancestor, William Rose, sailed to America with William Penn, and helped establish the Restoration Colonies that were decreed by King Charles, the great grandfather of William and Harry Windsor, via their mother, Princess Diana, ‘England’s Rose’.

I will be launching a campaign to have William be the King of England, so that his brother may be Heir to a Ritual and Historic Monarchy in the United States.  I will be contacting the Getty Family who were illustrious Anglophiles.

Jon Rose Presco

Immigrant on the ship Canterbury:

Name: William ROSE 1
Sex: M
Change Date: 05 APR 2001
Note:
William Rose and his wife Jane boarded the ship, Canterbury,
under the command of Captain Fryers, to sail with William Penn
on his second voyage to America. They landed in Philadelphia 3
Dec 1699, taking lodging with Edward Shippen. 1
Birth: ABT 1680 in England 1
Burial: Philadelphia, Montgomery Co, Pennsylvania 1
Immigration: 03 DEC 1699 Philadelphia, Montgomery Co, Pennsylvania 1

Father: Sir Hill ROSE b: 1650

Marriage 1 Jane
Married:
Children
William ROSE
Susanna ROSE
Peter ROSE b: BEF 1725
Robert ROSE b: ABT 1731

The Canterbury, or Canterbury Merchant, is the ship that transported William Penn and James Logan from England to Philadelphia in 1699.[1][2][3] The Canterbury set sail from the Isle of Wight on September 3, 1699, reaching Philadelphia on December 3, 1699.[1][4] The captain of the Canterbury is recorded as either “Henry Tregeny” or “Hen. Weagene”.[5][6] During the voyage the Canterbury reportedly survived an attack by pirates.[7]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canterbury_(ship)

http://www.hallvworthington.com/Penn/PennBiography-4.html

Next day Penn returned to the Canterbury and sailed on up to Philadelphia. Here he landed, paid a short visit to Markham, the deputy governor, and then went to the Quaker meetinghouse, where he preached to a great congregation. He brought with him to Philadelphia a young man named James Logan, who acted as his secretary; in time Logan became Penn’s chief representative, and one of the wisest of those who helped to govern the province.

Penn had no house of his own in Philadelphia, so he, with his wife, his daughter Letitia, and James Logan, stayed for a month at the house of Edward Shippen, and then moved to one of the largest houses of the town, then known as “the slate-roof house”; it stood on the east side of Second Street between Chestnut and Walnut. There his son John was born, and the boy was always affectionately known as “John the American.”

Edward Haney Rose is the grandfather of Ida Rose, and father of John Wesley Rose.

To be born by a mother born Rosemary Rosamond, who named me John, not knowing her great grandfather was named John Rose, is a genealogical wonder. I will be recording my findings with the Rose Family Association.

Penn founded Pennsylvania as a bastion of religious freedom. It was one of two colonies, along with Rhode Island, that tolerated Quakers . Penn wanted to establish a colony where people could live harmony:

Ferris, J. L.(1680). The Birth of Pennsylvania.

Ferris, J. L.(1680). The Birth of Pennsylvania.[6]

Consequently, on June 24, 1680, Penn asked King Charles II (1660-1685) for a charter for land in America. The only available tract in eastern North America lay west of New Jersey, north of Maryland, and south of New York, an area that England had conquered from the Dutch in 1664 and which the King had given to his brother James, the Duke of York. After appropriate discussions the King granted Penn’s request on March 4, 1681.[7]

Charter of Pennsylvania

Charles II was committed to expanding England’s overseas possessions. His policies in the 1660s through the 1680s established and supported the Restoration colonies: the Carolinas, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. All the Restoration colonies started as proprietary colonies, in other words, the king gave each colony to a trusted individual, family, or group.

In some cases, the term Anglophilia represents an individual’s appreciation of English history and traditional English culture (e.g. William Shakespeare, Jane Austen, Samuel Johnson, Gilbert and Sullivan). Anglophilia may also be characterized by fondness for the British monarchy and system of government (e.g. the Westminster system of parliament), and other institutions (e.g. Royal Mail), as well as nostalgia for the former British Empire and the English class system. Anglophiles may enjoy English actors, films, TV shows, radio shows, comedy, musicians, books, magazines, fashion designers, cars, traditions (e.g. British Christmas dinner) or subcultures.[4]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Paul_Getty_Jr.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anglophile

William Penn.–Among the greatest Englishmen of that time was William Penn. He was a Quaker and was also a friend of Charles II and James, Duke of York. He wished to found a colony in which he and the Quakers could work out their ideas in religious and civil matters. It chanced that Charles owed Penn a large sum of money. As Charles seldom had any money, he was very glad to give Penn instead a large tract of land in America. In this way Penn obtained Pennsylvania. James, for his part, gave him Delaware.

 

A restoration colony was one of a number of land grants in North America given by King Charles II of England in the later half of the 17th century, ostensibly as a reward to his supporters in the Stuart Restoration. The grants marked the resumption of English colonization of the Americas after a 30-year hiatus. The two major restoration colonies were the Province of Pennsylvania and the Province of Carolina. The founding of the Carolinas is described thusly:

In 1663, three years after he was restored to his father’s throne, England’s Charles II granted a vast territory named Carolina to a group of supporters during his years of exile. Its boundaries extended from Virginia southward to central Florida and eastward to the Atlantic Ocean. Within this potential empire, eight London-based proprietors, including several involved in Barbados sugar plantations, gained governmental powers and semifeudal rights to the land. The system of governance planned for Carolina had both feudal and modern features. To lure settlers, the proprietors promised religious freedom and offered land free for the asking. But onto this generous land offer they grafted a scheme for a semimedieval government in which they, their deputies, and a few noblemen would monopolize political power. Reacting to a generation of revolutionary turbulence in England, they designed Carolina as a model of social and political stability in which a hereditary aristocracy would check boisterous small landholders.[1]

 

English rose is a description, associated with English culture, that may be applied to a naturally attractive woman or girl of traditionally fair complexion who is from or is associated with England.

The description has a cultural reference to the national flower of England, the rose,[1] and to its long tradition within English symbolism.

 

English rose is a description, associated with English culture, that may be applied to a naturally attractive woman or girl of traditionally fair complexion who is from or is associated with England.

The description has a cultural reference to the national flower of England, the rose,[1] and to its long tradition within English symbolism.

 

Family

William married twice, and had a large family … 7 children with his first wife, and 8 with the second.

He first married Gulielmas Marias Springetts, daughter of William S. Springett and Lady Mary Proude Penington. They had the following children:

  1. Gulielma Maria (1671/2 – before 1685)
  2. Maria Margaret (born and died 1673/74)
  3. Springett (1674/5 – 1696)
  4. Letitia (1678 – 1746) m. William Awbrey (Aubrey)
  5. William, Jr. (1679/80 – 1720)
  6. Unnamed child (born and died 1682)
  7. Gulielma Maria (1685-1689)[2][8]

BORN OF TWO ROSES

A half hour ago I talked to Deborah Cryder at the Forestvale Cemetary. She is going to send me information on Ida Rose who died when she was 28 years of age of dropsy. Twenty days later, Ida’s daughter, Dollie Rosamond, dies. She is less then one year old. Royal Rosamond lost his mother and baby sister in one fail swoop. He must have been traumatized. Then, his father gets remarried to a Mildred, who may not have wanted Frank around, and he is “bound” out to his uncle, James Taylor, who married Ida’s sister, Laura Rosamond. Frank will call William Scott Spaulding his father. Did William adopt Frank? If so, when? I believe there is a typo, in regards to the Reese name. John Wesley Rose buried here. Is this where Frank got his middle name? This would make three generations of the Rose Family buried in Montana.

Edward Haney Rose is the grandfather of Ida Rose, and father of John Wesley Rose.

To be born by a mother born Rosemary Rosamond, who named me John, not knowing her great grandfather was named John Rose, is a genealogical wonder. I will be recording my findings with the Rose Family Association.

http://www.rosefamilyassociation.com/html/Rose-Family-DNA-Project.html

https://www.ancestry.com/genealogy/records/edward-haney-rose_131956025

https://www.ancestry.com/genealogy/records/j-wesley-rose_131953322

Deborah went out to where Ida and Dollie are buried side by side. She drove a stick in the ground, and took a picture that she is going to send me. I thanked her profusely, for I saw roses take bloom, and thorns.

The struggle I have had in finding these Rose Names, and gathering them in our Family Vase, is epic, and poetic. To reunite these roses, is a wonder and delight. There was laughter between Deborah and I. This caretaker is happy when people care. All our time, is enchanted.

Jon Presco

https://rosamondpress.com/2016/06/15/william-rose/

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mtlcgs/Forestvale/forestvale-r.html

 

John Wesley Rose

Died August 1o, 1910. Born in Michigan, USA on 24 Jul 1834 to Edward Haney Rose and Marriage Martha Westbrook. J Wesley married Julia Calcoat.

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 Rosamond

 

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Birth: unknown
Death: Sep. 5, 1891
Burial:
Forestvale Cemetery
Helena
Lewis and Clark County
Montana, USA
Plot: GLENDALE 132

https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=rosamond&GSfn=Ida&GSiman=1&GScid=641025&GRid=122178788&#038;

Edward Haney Rose is the grandfather of Ida Rose, and father of John Wesley Rose.

https://www.ancestry.com/genealogy/records/edward-haney-rose_131956025

https://www.ancestry.com/genealogy/records/j-wesley-rose_131953322

Edward Haney Rose

Deceased

Birth name:

Edward H. Rose

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1808

  Pennsylvania, United States

Residence:

1850

  Mason county, part of, Mason, Virginia

Residence:

1860

  T 15 N R 8, Douglas, Illinois, United States

Residence:

1865

  Tuscola, Douglas, Illinois

Residence:

1870

  Missouri, United States

Parents:

Allen RoseElizabeth Rose (born Haney)

Wife:

Martha Rose Rose (born Westbrook)

Children:

Charles W. RoseWesley RoseBertha Jane Meredith (born Rose)Marcus C RoseLaura RoseAlbert Edward RoseIda Louisiana Rosamond (born Rose),Sheldon Rose

Siblings:

Daniel Haney RoseMargaret Wigton (born Rose)Mary Polly Cristy (born Rose)Patrick RoseElizabeth Gorden (born Rose)Ellenor Rose Wooley (born Hoover)Rosanna Allen (born Rose)

Born of Two Roses

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rosegraveYesterday I believe found my Rose kindred. I had recently located Royal Rosamond’s little book ‘At Matha Healey’s Grave’ that I published in 1998 under Royal Rosamond Press Co. I had got a copy of this book from a library, and took it to a printer. I gifted the University of Oregon with a copy of just twenty books. I was too poor to afford more. I intended this copy for my freind Edwin Corbin, but, realized I had no copy for myself, and kept it.

On the first page we have a ‘Pictorial Biography’ of my mother’s father, born Frank Wesely Rosamond. Royal is a pen name. Royal appears to be about one and half years of age. He and my grandson, Tyler Hunt, look like brothers. The caption reads’

“If my parents hada knowed it – that one so serious would turn out to be a humorist – they never would have growed it.”

This book of nine pages is part of Royal’s ‘Humor Of The States Series’. I think the reason Frank is looking glum, is, his folks put him in a dress!
On the inside back of the cover we find a ‘Thumbnail Biography Of Royal Rosamond’ that reads;

“John Rose, R.R.’s grandfather, a saw-mill man, settled with his daughter, Ida Lousisiana Rose, in Butler Missouri, right after the Civil War. Later, Mr. Rose bought a farm four miles west of Butler, on the Miami.

Mr’s Rosamond, a widow, migrated to Butler from Mississippi, with her four sons and a daughter. Her youngest son, William Thomas, met and fell in love with Ida. Married, they were provided with a cabin on a corner of the John Rose farm, where Royal, on December 18th. 11881, was born.”

Royal does not give the name of his grandmother, the widow of William Thomas, whose surname was Rosamond, but she is Frances Morrison. As for the name Ida Lousiana Rose, my Rosamond kindred might hold a record for odd names befitting backwoods folk, such as Fanny Lou Rosamond. But, when you ask what is in a name, you discover the name Fanny means “from France”. Does Lou stand for Louisiana?

We even have a Homer Rosamond which might make the Rosamond family the quintessential American Family, especially when my kindred were named after Francis Marion ‘The Swamp Fox’ who parents were Huguenots, as was the progenitor of the Rosamond family who may have come from Rougemont Switzerland, a city that was once a part of France. Frank Wesely Rosamond was named after Francis, and descends from James Rosamond, who allegedly fought alongside Samuel Rosamond, who served as a Captain in the Revolutionary War under Marion. Charles Rose, the ancestor of John Rose, also fought the British in the War of Independence. John E. Rose and his wife Eiiza, are buried in Butler. His ancestor, William Hemry Rose married Hanna Gowens, a famous family from Cornwall.

William Rose

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Alas I have traced my grandfather’s mother, IDA LOUISIANA ROSE, to WILLIAM ROSE, who sailed for Cowes Isle of Wight, with William Penn. William and his wife, Jane Sarah Ridgway, landed in Philadelphia in December 3, 1699. They sailed on the Canterbury, perhaps the most important ship that sailed the waters of the Isle of Wight.

Alas, the TWO ROSES are joined in my ROSY FAMILY TREE. This makes my family one of the foremost PATRIOTIC AMERICAN FAMILIES  in history. We fought off pirates to arrive here, so we could practice RELIGIOUS FREEDOM.

In my mother’s name ROSEMARY ROSAMOND, the FAMILY ROSES are united. Here is a TRUE ROSELINE that I will design a cote of arms for, and get registered. This English Rose were Quakers. ROYAL ROSAMOND married MARY MAGDALENE. whose kindred fled religious persecution in Germany.

Jon Presco

President: Royal Rosamond Press Co.

Copyright 2016

https://rosamondpress.com/2015/06/08/briarcliff-rose-2/

 

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http://www.kellscraft.com/OldPhiladelphia/OldPhiladelphiaCh01.html

Descendants of Sir Hill Rose

Sir Hill Rose was born 1650, and died 1720.  He married ? (Rose).

Child of Sir Rose and ? (Rose) is:

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William Rose was born December 3, 1699 in Immigrant on the ship Canterbury England, and died in Bedford Co, Pa.  He married Jane ? (Rose).  She was born in England.

Child of William Rose and Jane (Rose) is:

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Robert Rose was born Abt. 1731 in Bedford Co, Pa, and died 1784 in Westmoreland Co, Pa.  He married Johanna Crawford Abt. 1755, daughter of John Crawford and Mary Campbell.  She was born Abt. 1735, and died 1788 in Va.

Child of Robert Rose and Johanna Crawford is:

The Canterbury, or Canterbury Merchant, is the ship that transported William Penn and James Logan from England toPhiladelphia in 1699.[1][2][3] The Canterbury set sail from the Isle of Wight on September 3, 1699, reaching Philadelphia on December 3, 1699.[1][4] The captain of the Canterbury is recorded as either “Henry Tregeny” or “Hen. Weagene”.[5][6] During the voyage the Canterbury reportedly survived an attack by pirates.[7]

http://www.hallvworthington.com/Penn/PennBiography-4.html

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~millersomers/1715.html

https://journals.psu.edu/wph/article/viewFile/3747/3565

Ezekiel Rose was a soldier in the Revolutionary War, a surveyor, and a farmer. He was apparently from a town of Milford, for his son named New Milford, Ohio in honor of his father, Captain Ezekiel Rose.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crawford%27s_Defeat_by_the_Indians

 

  • Name: William Rose 1 2

  • Sex: M

  • Birth: 1680

  • Birth: in Source: Tesha Tredwell Rose, GenCircles 2

  • Birth: 3 DEC 1680 in England 2

  • Death: in Bedford County, Pennsylvania 2

  • Note:

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Immigrant on the ship Canterbury:
Source: Lee Kreider <lkreider@earthlink.net> taken from David Rose <SBWN43A@prodigy.net>
Name: William ROSE 1
Sex: M
Change Date: 05 APR 2001
Note:
William Rose and his wife Jane boarded the ship, Canterbury,
under the command of Captain Fryers, to sail with William Penn
on his second voyage to America. They landed in Philadelphia 3
Dec 1699, taking lodging with Edward Shippen. 1
Birth: ABT 1680 in England 1
Burial: Philadelphia, Montgomery Co, Pennsylvania 1
Immigration: 03 DEC 1699 Philadelphia, Montgomery Co, Pennsylvania 1

Father: Sir Hill ROSE b: 1650

Marriage 1 Jane
Married:
Children
William ROSE
Susanna ROSE
Peter ROSE b: BEF 1725
Robert ROSE b: ABT 1731

Mary Magdalene Rosamond (born Wieneke)

Frank Wesley Rosamond
Gender: Male
Birth: Dec 18 1881

 Montana, United States

Marriage: Spouse: Mary Magdalene Wieneke

Dec 27 1911

 Los Angeles County, California
Residence: 1930

 Ventura, California
Death: Nov 23 1953
Burial:
 Sunny Lane Cemetery Del City Oklahoma County Oklahoma, USA
Parents: William Thomas Rosamond, Ida Louisiana Rosamond (born Rose)
Wife: Mary Magdalene Rosamond (born Wieneke)
Daughter: June E Rice (born Rosamond)
Siblings: Dollie Rosamond, Ida C Rosamond

Dollie Rosamond

Gender:

Female

Birth:

1891

  Helena, Lewis and Clark, Montana, United States

Death:

Sep 25 1891

  Helena, Lewis and Clark, Montana, United States

Burial:

  Forest Vale Cemetery, Lewis and Clark, Montana, United States

Parents:

William Thomas RosamondIda Louisiana Rosamond (born Rose)

William Thomas Rosamond

Deceased

Birth name:

William Thomas Rosamond

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1860

  Mississippi, United States

Marriage:

Spouse: Ida Louisiana Rose

Feb 16 1881

  Bates, Missouri, United States

Father:

Samuel Rosamond

Wife:

Ida Louisiana Rosamond (born Rose)

Children:

Dollie RosamondFrank Wesley RosamondIda C Rosamond

Siblings:

Benjamin F. RosamondNonimus Nathaniel Rosamond,Nonimus Nathaniel RosamondLaura Rosamond,Frances J. RosamondJohn J. RosamondWilliam Thomas Rosamond

Samuel Rosamond

Deceased

Birth name:

Samuel Rosamond

Gender:

Male

Birth:

Circa 1815

  Abbeville District, South Carolina, United States

Marriage:

Spouse: Frances C. Morrison

Mar 31 1842

  Lowndes,Mississippi

Parents:

Benjamin Franklin RosamondSusannah Rosamond (born Hill)

Wife:

Frances C. Rosamond (born Morrison)

Children:

Benjamin F. RosamondNonimus Nathaniel Rosamond,Nonimus Nathaniel RosamondLaura Rosamond,Frances J. RosamondJohn J. RosamondWilliam Thomas RosamondWilliam Thomas Rosamond

Siblings:

John R. RosamondMarion Francis RosamondWilliam Addison RosamondJoseph RosamondMr. Rosamond,Lucretia RosamondNancy Narcissus Bowie (born Rosamond)Thomas Henry RosamondJames RosamondJantha RosamondBenjamin Rosamond,Daniel RosamondTillman Jasper Rosamond

Benjamin Franklin Rosamond

Birth names:

Benjamin Rosamond
Benjamin Franklin Rosamond

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1790

  Abbeville, South Carolina, United States

Marriage:

Spouse: Susannah Hill

Circa 1810

  Abbeville, South Carolina, United States

Marriage:

Spouse: Jane Rogers

1843

  Edgefield, South Carolina

Residence:

1850

  Attala, Mississippi, United States

Death:

To May 16 1859

  Attala, Mississippi, United States

Parents:

James RosamondLettice Rosamond (born Tillman)

Spouses:

Susannah Rosamond (born Hill)Jane Rogers

Children:

John R. RosamondSamuel RosamondMarion Francis RosamondWilliam Addison RosamondJoseph RosamondMr. RosamondLucretia RosamondNancy Narcissus Bowie (born Rosamond)Thomas Henry RosamondJames RosamondJantha Rosamond,Benjamin RosamondDaniel RosamondTillman Jasper Rosamond

Siblings:

Mary Elizabeth Pyles (born Rosamond)Samuel E RosamondThomas A RosamondNathaniel Jones RosamondJames Doharty Rosamond

James Rosamond

Birth names:

James
James Roseman
James Rosemond
James Rosamond

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1754

  Augusta, Virginia, United States

Marriage:

Spouse: Lettice Tillman

1778

  of Abbeville, Abbeville, South Carolina

Marriage:

Spouse: Mary Doharty

1795

  Abbeville, Abbeville, South Carolina, United States

Death:

July 10 1806

  Abbeville, Abbeville, South Carolina, United States

Parents:

John RosamondSarah Rosamond (born Wilson)

Spouses:

Mary Rosamond (born Doharty)Lettice Rosamond (born Tillman)

Children:

Mary Elizabeth Pyles (born Rosamond)Benjamin Franklin RosamondSamuel E RosamondThomas A RosamondNathaniel Jones RosamondJames Doharty Rosamond

John Rosamond

Birth names:

John “The Highway Man” Rosamond
John Rosemond
Mr. Rosemond

Gender:

Male

Birth:

Between 1709 and 1711

  Leitrim, Ireland

Christening:

Sep 11 1715

  London St Botolph without Aldgate, London, England

Marriage:

Spouse: Sarah Wilson

May 10 1748

  Augusta, Virginia, United States

Death:

1790

  Abbeville, South Carolina, United States

Parents:

James RosamondAnn Rosamond (born D’Orr)

Wife:

Sarah Rosamond (born Wilson)

James Rosamond

Birth names:

James Or Jacob
James Or Jacob Rosemond
John Rosamond
James Jacob Rosamond

Gender:

Male

Birth:

Jan 1 1654

  Basel, Switzerland

Marriage:

Spouse: Ann D’Orr

1678

  Of,Ire

Death:

  County Leitrim, Ireland

Title of Nobility:

Sergeant James Rosemond

1690

  “Battle of the Boyne” (1690)

Father:

Hans Ulrich Rosemond

Wife:

Ann Rosamond (born D’Orr)

Children:

James Washer RosamondNathaniel RosemondJohn Rosamond

Hans Ulrich Rosemond

Deceased

Birth name:

Hans Ulrich Rosemond

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1623

  Basel,Basel,Switzerland

Marriage:

Between 1652 and 1653

Parents:

Hans RosemondMrs Hans Rosemond (born Rosamond)

Son:

James Rosamond

Hans Rosemond

Deceased

Birth name:

Hans Rosemond

Gender:

Male

Birth:

Between Jan 11 1581 and Jan 10 1582

  Basel, Basel-Stadt, Switzerland

Occupation:

Weaver

Father:

Fred Rosamond

Wife:

Mrs Hans Rosemond (born Rosamond)

Son:

Hans Ulrich Rosemond

Fred Rosamond

Deceased

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1552

  Basel, Basel-Stadt, Switzerland

Parents:

Hans RosamondMrs. Hans Rosamond

Son:

Hans Rosemond

Hans Rosamond

Deceased

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1531

Marriage:

Spouse: Mrs. Hans ROSAMOND

1553

Father:

Erhart DeRougemont

Wife:

Mrs. Hans Rosamond

Son:

Fred Rosamond

Erhart DeRougemont

Deceased

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1495

  Basle in the Freiestrasse

Son:

Hans Rosamond

Frank Wesley Rosamond

Gender:

Male

Birth:

Dec 18 1881

  Montana, United States

Marriage:

Spouse: Mary Magdalene Wieneke

Dec 27 1911

  Los Angeles County, California

Residence:

1930

  Ventura, California

Death:

Nov 23 1953

Burial:

  Sunny Lane Cemetery Del City Oklahoma County Oklahoma, USA

Parents:

William Thomas RosamondIda Louisiana Rosamond (born Rose)

Wife:

Mary Magdalene Rosamond (born Wieneke)

Daughter:

June E Rice (born Rosamond)

Siblings:

Dollie RosamondIda C Rosamond

Source:

Click here to view record on FamilySearch

Ida C Rosamond

Gender:

Female

Birth:

Jan 1886

  Helena, Lewis and Clark, Montana, United States

Death:

June 18 1887

  Helena, Lewis and Clark, Montana, United States

Burial:

  Benton Avenue Cemetery, Lewis and Clark, Montana, United States

Parents:

William Thomas RosamondIda Louisiana Rosamond (born Rose)

Siblings:

Dollie RosamondFrank Wesley Rosamond

Source:

Click here to view record on FamilySearch

Additional information

LifeSketch:

Birth: Jan., 1886 Helena Lewis and Clark County Montana, USA Death: Jun. 18, 1887 Helena Lewis and Clark County Montana, USA Ida C. Rosamond was born in January 1886 and lived in the Sixth Ward, Helena. On June 18, 1887, Ida died from measles at age 17 months. The attending physician was Kellogg. Herrmann & Co. provided the following: child’s gloss white case and outside box $15.00, digging of grave by Schmidt $3.00, carriage of McComas $6.00, total $24.00.

https://www.geni.com/people/Ida-Appleton/6000000035634008730

Ida Louisiana Rosamond (born Rose)

Birth name:

Ida Louisiana Rose

Gender:

Female

Birth:

1860

  Louisiana, United States

Marriage:

Feb 16 1881

  Bates, Missouri, United States

Residence:

1870

  Missouri, United States

Death:

Sep 5 1891

  Helena, Lewis and Clark, Montana, United States

Burial:

  Forest Vale Cemetery, Lewis and Clark, Montana, United States

Parents:

Edward Haney RoseMartha Rose Rose (born Westbrook)

Husband:

William Thomas Rosamond

Children:

Frank Wesley RosamondIda C RosamondDollie Rosamond

Siblings:

Charles W. RoseWesley RoseBertha Jane Meredith (born Rose)Marcus C RoseLaura RoseAlbert Edward RoseSheldon Rose

Edward Haney Rose

Deceased

Birth name:

Edward H. Rose

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1808

  Pennsylvania, United States

Residence:

1850

  Mason county, part of, Mason, Virginia

Residence:

1860

  T 15 N R 8, Douglas, Illinois, United States

Residence:

1865

  Tuscola, Douglas, Illinois

Residence:

1870

  Missouri, United States

Parents:

Allen RoseElizabeth Rose (born Haney)

Wife:

Martha Rose Rose (born Westbrook)

Children:

Charles W. RoseWesley RoseBertha Jane Meredith (born Rose)Marcus C RoseLaura RoseAlbert Edward RoseIda Louisiana Rosamond (born Rose),Sheldon Rose

Siblings:

Daniel Haney RoseMargaret Wigton (born Rose)Mary Polly Cristy (born Rose)Patrick RoseElizabeth Gorden (born Rose)Ellenor Rose Wooley (born Hoover)Rosanna Allen (born Rose)

Source:

Click here to view record on FamilySearch

Martha Rose Rose (born Westbrook)

Birth name:

Martha Rose Westbrook

Gender:

Female

Birth:

May 10 1811

  London, Middlesex, Ontario, Canada

Residence:

1850

  Mason county, part of, Mason, Virginia

Residence:

1860

  T 15 N R 8, Douglas, Illinois, United States

Residence:

1870

  Missouri, United States

Death:

Apr 15 1895

  Missouri, United States

Burial:

  Hazelwood Cemetery, Springfield Township, Greene, Missouri, United States

Parents:

Andrew WestbrookSally Westbrook (born Hull)

Husband:

Edward Haney Rose

Children:

Sheldon RoseIda Louisiana Rosamond (born Rose),Wesley RoseBertha Jane Meredith (born Rose),Marcus C RoseAlbert Edward RoseCharles W. Rose,Laura Rose

Siblings:

Nancy Kimball (born Westbrook)Martha Or Henrietta WestbrookJohn Hull WestbrookHenrietta Westbrook,Euphemia Peer (born Westbrook)Ebeneser Wesbrook,Oliver WestbrookHannah Jane Comstock (born Westbrook)William Thorn WestbrookAndrew Hull Westbrook

Source:

Click here to view record on FamilySearch

 

Allen Rose

Birth name:

Allen Rose

Gender:

Male

Birth:

Nov 1770

  Bedford, Bedford, Pennsylvania, United States

Marriage:

Spouse: Elizabeth Haney

Circa 1804

  Pennsylvania

Death:

1846

  Gallia, Ohio, United States

Parents:

Edward RoseDrucilla Rose (born Pierpont)

Wife:

Elizabeth Rose (born Haney)

Children:

Daniel Haney RoseEdward Haney RoseMargaret Wigton (born Rose)Mary Polly Cristy (born Rose),Patrick RoseElizabeth Gorden (born Rose)Ellenor Rose Wooley (born Hoover)Rosanna Allen (born Rose)

Siblings:

Drucilla Gardner (born Rose)Edward RoseRosane RoseNancy Mullick (born Rose)Elizabeth RoseJohn RoseSarah Simpson (born Rose)Samuel Rose,Roseanne Cumings (born Rose)

 

Edward Rose

Birth names:

Edward
Edward Rose

Gender:

Male

Birth:

May 17 1743

  Bedford, Bedford, Pennsylvania, United States

Marriage license:

1771

  Pennsylvania, United States

Marriage:

Spouse: Drucilla Pierpont

1762

  Pennsylvania

Death:

Feb 23 1834

  Somerset, Perry County, Ohio

Burial:

  Somerset, Perry, Ohio

Parents:

William RoseJane Sarah Rose (born Ridgway)

Wife:

Drucilla Rose (born Pierpont)

Children:

Drucilla Gardner (born Rose)Allen RoseEdward RoseRosane RoseNancy Mullick (born Rose),Elizabeth RoseJohn RoseSarah Simpson (born Rose)Samuel RoseRoseanne Cumings (born Rose)

Siblings:

Nancy RoseRachel RoseRobert RoseAllen Rose,Sarah Rose CessnaLouise Lesiria Twin) (born Rose (),Susanna RosePeter Rose

Source:

Click here to view record on FamilySearch

 

William Rose

Birth names:

William ROSE
Father Rose
Willaim Rose

Gender:

Male

Birth:

1696

  Tyrone, England

Marriage:

Spouse: Jane Sarah Ridgway

1723

  United States

Marriage:

Spouse: Sarah Ridgeway

Feb 12 1745

  Talbot, Maryland, United States

Immigration:

  Ship Canterbury With William Penn

Death:

1790

  Philadelphia, Montgomery, Pennsylvania, United States

Source:

Click here to view record on FamilySearch

The link to John E. Rose is not proven. I am going to contact the Butler Historic Society. I just tlaked to Peggy Buhr at the Bates County Museum and she told me about Order 11. Frances Rosamond came to Butler after this order.

When I talked to Elizabeth at the Miami Museum she set me straight about the city of Butler. The Meyer family historyis beautiful, a real gem.

In his history of the Rosamond family family (1938) Leland Rosemond mentions, and then dismisses Fair Rosamond as being key to our family and our name. However, with my resent discovery about the true Rose Lineage, the Holy Grail has come to America. Rosamond had a graal cup entwined in vines on her tomb. She is the sleeping beauty that will soon awaken and behold her Family Tree that spring from my late sister, Christine Rosamond Benton.

The United Roses of the World

The Two Rosy Branches – unite!

Jon Presco

https://rosamondpress.com/2016/06/21/elizabeth-rosamond-and-taylor-camp/

“I am looking for descendants of Philip Rosemond and Moses Morton Rosemond
who lived in Guernsey County, OH in the mid-1800s. This family descended from a James Rosemond who lived in County Leitrim, Ireland in the early 1700s. Other members of this same family settled in Lanark, Ontario, Canada.The southern Rosamond family is also said to be descended from this same family, as are the Rosamond families in Australia and New Zealand. I am trying to tie all the branches of the family together. The information on
the family in Guernsey County, OH is shown below. I’d appreciate hearing from anyone who has any information regarding this family.”

http://www.timesreporter.com/news/20160214/local-history-century-old-home-has-colorful-history

“A famous descendant of this line of the Rosamond family is the artist Christine Rosamond who signed her paintings simply as Rosamond. Christine was actually born Christine Rosamond Presco. Her mother’s maiden name was Rosemary Rosamond, the daughter of the writer Royal Rosamond.”

About Royal Rosamond Press

I am an artist, a writer, and a theologian.
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