The Hidden Rose Seed

My grandfather, Frank (Royal) Rosamond, claims his great grandmother was the daughter of “Captain Issiac Hull” which is misspelled. This is Sally Hull. Andrew Westbrook, Sally Westbrook (born Hull) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isaac_Hull

https://www.geni.com/people/William-Rose-of-Surry-County/6000000002144936843#

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Over a year ago I was sent information on the unmarked burial ground of my great grandmother, Ida Rose. Her child, Dollie Rosamond, was buried with her mother. I assume they died in childbirth. Dollie is Royal Rosamond’s sister. What a loss for a young boy about nine. Ida married William Thomas Rosamond on February 16, 1888. Here lie a Hidden Rose.

The woman in charge of the graves went out and put a stick in the ground where the Rose mother and daughter were buried. I was reminded of a spliced rose. My kindred were too poor to purchase a marker.

Everything points to me being the Hidden Seed. I will go by the name JOHN ROSE. Ida’s father is John Wesley Rose who died in 1910, and is buried in the same cemetery. Edward Rose is Ida’s grandfather.

Sir Lewis Clifford, Kt. is William Thomas Rosamond’s 13th great…

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