Doing a genealogy takes years, and is painstaking. I found the family of James Taylor, my grandfather’s uncle. Jon Presco
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.
Here is the message of a third cousin whose surname is Taylor. The odds we are related to Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, is very high.
Let me look through my stuff. I just started my tree yesterday. If you go to rootsweb.com, family trees, and put in Taylor (space) Bloxom, then scroll down til you see Crippen Taylor, click on him, it shows the Taylor family tree back to about year 1403. your picture freaked me out. you look very similar to my Father!!
Name: Crippen Taylor
- Sex: M
- Birth: LAND B 1785
- Death: 15-DEC-1826 in Guilford, Accomack Co., Va.
- Burial: TAYLOR PLOT (I) Accomack Co., Va.
- Event: ROBERT L. MEARS awmiles-519
- Reference Number: w-1197 UA-260
Marriage 1 ??????
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