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bullet Henry A ROSE was born on 22 Nov 1871 in Laomi, Sangamon, IL. He died about 1943 in Dallas, Dallas, TX. He was buried about 1943 in Forest Grove, Tanglewood, Lee, TX. Parents: John Dorcus [Dorsey] ROSE and Caroline BACK.


bullet Hester Amelia (Ester) ROSE was born on 31 Jan 1842 in Mt. Carmel, Illinois. She died on 15 May 1895 in Mt. Carmel, Illinois. She was buried on 17 May 1895 in Rose Hill Cem, Mt.Carmel, Wabash, IL. Parents: Charles ROSE and Diana [Lake] PENSON [PENSTON].


bullet Isabell J ROSE was born in 1862 in Laomi, Sangamon, IL. She died before 1962 in Wilderville, Falls, TX. Parents: John Dorcus [Dorsey] ROSE and Caroline BACK.


bullet Jack ROSE Parents: Harry E. ROSE and Hardy WARREN.


bullet James E. ROSE was born on 26 Jun 1899 in Lick Prairie Precint, Wabash County Illinois. Parents: Richard Tilton ROSE and Rebecca Jane DEISHER.

He was married to Lela MCGUIRE on 13 Mar 1927. Children were: Betty ROSE.


bullet John Dorcus [Dorsey] ROSE was born about 1836 in Mt. Carmel, Illinois. He died on 16 Feb 1900 in Lick Prairie Precint, Wabash County Illinois. He served in the military in Civil war Vet. Parents: Charles ROSE and Diana [Lake] PENSON [PENSTON].

He was married to Caroline BACK on 13 Jun 1857 in Laom. Children were: George Washington ROSE, Charley R ROSE, Isabell J ROSE, Harvey C ROSE, David ROSE, Henry A ROSE, Ola ROSE, Anna Rose ROSE, Thomas Franklin ROSE.


bullet Josephine Nora ROSE was born on 15 Aug 1890 in Friendsville, Illinois. She died on 11 Nov 1973 in Mt.Carmel, Illinois Wabash County. She was ill with coronary thrombosis cause of death on 11 Nov 1973 in Monticello Nursing Home. She was buried on 13 Nov 1973 in Highland Mem. Park Cemetary Mt.Carmel, Illinois. She had Social Security Number 311-09-7946 D. She was in First Church of God. This story was told to me by Charles Eddie Collins.
My wife Dorothy and I were living in Vincennes, IN., when we were married. Probably a year or two afterward, we visited your Grandmother and Grandfather [Josie & Tom], it's fairly late in the evening and your grandmother insisted we stay overnight, we did, but it was a little crowded. Dorothy and I slept in your mother's room, your mother was maybe 13 or 14 so she slept on a day cot which partically blocked the bedroom door.
The next morning Dorothy got up early and was talking to your grandmother and I was still in bed. Your grandmother asked your mother to get up, told her she was blocking the door. Ruby, I guess was a sleepy head like myself, she didn't get up. While Aunt Josie was still carrying on a conversation with Dorothy she got a hair brush and used it on Ruby's behind without missing a word in her conversation with Dorothy. The brush strokes were pretty hard. Ruby came out of the cot alright! Your grandmother, Aunt Josie was never provoked at all. Dorothy was surprised, she had never seen anyone so calm while spanking someone.
Dorothy and I both really loved Aunt Josie and Uncle Tom.
Charles Eddie Collins Parents: Richard Tilton ROSE and Rebecca Jane DEISHER.

She was married to Jesse Thomas MCRAVEN on 4 Jul 1908. Children were: Gladys Marie MCRAVEN, Jessie Lela MCRAVEN, Bessie Elizabeth MCRAVEN, Bonnie Fern MCRAVEN, Joseph Lester MCRAVEN, Rubie Lea MCRAVEN, Billie Joan MCRAVEN, Eva Lucille MCRAVEN, Thomas Junior MCRAVEN.


bullet Linda ROSE Parents: Walter F. ROSE and Margaret KEEPES.


bullet Lois ROSE Parents: Walter F. ROSE and Margaret KEEPES.


bulletMarjorie ROSE. Parents: Walter F. ROSE and Margaret KEEPES.


bulletMelva ROSE. Parents: Harry E. ROSE and Hardy WARREN.


bulletMildred ROSE. Parents: Samuel Keagy ROSE and Margaret HALBIG.


bulletMinnie ROSE was born on 29 Aug 1878 in Wabash Co., IL. She died on 15 May 1961 in Wabash Co., IL. Parents: Richard Tilton ROSE and Dora GARD.

She was married to Lincoln Ephriam DEISHER on 28 Nov 1897. Children were: Sam DEISHER, Emma DEISHER, Lorena DEISHER, Mary DEISHER, Viola Reth DEISHER, Liola Ruth DEISHER, Irvin DEISHER, Rosa Maybell DEISHER, Hazel DEISHER, Melvin DEISHER.


bullet Minnie Margaret ROSE was born on 13 Feb 1915 in Wabash County Mt.Carmel, Illinois. She died on 9 Mar 1915 in Wabash County Mt.Carmel, Illinois. Parents: Samuel Keagy ROSE and Margaret HALBIG.


bullet Nellie E. ROSE was born on 9 Dec 1887 in Lick Prairie Precint, Wabash County Illinois. Parents: Richard Tilton ROSE and Rebecca Jane DEISHER.

She was married to Clarence COLLINS on 13 Jan 1909. Children were: Rosa COLLINS , Bertha COLLINS, Charles Edward [Eddie] COLLINS.


bullet Neva Fern ROSE was born on 12 Feb 1922. She died on 12 Apr 1923 in Wabash County Mt.Carmel, Illinois. She was buried on 12 Apr 1923 in Sandhill Cemetary Mt.Carmel, Ill. She was ill with measles. Parents: Samuel Keagy ROSE and Margaret HALBIG.


bullet Ola ROSE was born on 28 Dec 1874 in Laomi, Sangamon, IL. She died in 1974. Parents: John Dorcus [Dorsey] ROSE and Caroline BACK.


bullet Paul Ray ROSE was born on 9 Jun 1926 in Wabash County Mt.Carmel, Illinois. He died on 14 Sep 1926 in Wabash County Mt.Carmel, Illinois. Parents: William ROSE and Rosa MADDOX.


bullet Pauline Fay [blurred, could be wrong] ROSE Parents: William ROSE and Rosa MADDOX.


bullet Reuben Grant ROSE was born on 2 Nov 1901 in Lick Prairie Precint, Wabash County Illinois. Parents: Richard Tilton ROSE and Rebecca Jane DEISHER.

He was married to Nellie Lorinia ROYER on 6 Jan 1919.


bullet Reuben Grant ROSE was born on 20 Apr 1840 in Mt.Carmel, Wabash, IL. He died on 16 Nov 1887 in Thayer, Missouri. [photo] Parents: Charles ROSE and Diana [Lake] PENSON [PENSTON].

He was married to Mary RICE on 11 Mar 1859.

He was married to Martha NEALEY on 27 Oct 1866.


bullet Richard ROSE was born in 1844 in Of Salem', New Jersey. Parents: Charles ROSE and Diana [Lake] PENSON [PENSTON] .


bullet Richard Tilton ROSE [photo of Richard & Rebecca young] was born on 30 Mar 1857 in Wabash County Mt.Carmel, Illinois. He died on 14 Aug 1917 in Hoopston, Vermilion, Illinois. He died on 14 Sep 1917 in Hoopston, Illinois. He was a died of accident on 14 Sep 1917 in Iliff- Bruff Chemical Co. Hoopeston. He was buried in Sandhill Cemetary Mt.Carmel, Ill. ROSE, R.T.
b. 30-mar-1863, d. 14-sep-1917, a. 53y 5m 15d


1910 covered wagon trip
Grandpa Rose had nieces and a nephew in Texas he wanted to visit. They were children of Grandpa's brother Rueben. Rueben had died in Thayer Mo. 11\16\1887 at the age of forty. His son Lewis, and two daugthers, Mrs. Stinson and Mrs. Nunnally were in Texas. Grandpa Rose had another brother Dorsch, John Dorcus born 1836 and married Caroline Back in Sangamon Co. Ill 6-13-1857 and died in Walbash Co. Ill 2\16\1900, who lived in Indiana.

Grandpa had been married before he married Grandma and had a daughter Minnie who lived with him. This Nephew Frank would visit them and tease Minnie and then tell Grandpa to make him hug and kiss her to make up. That was Grandpa's way to punish kids who have been fighting. Grandpa had a married sister named Martin. Grandpa's mother was Diana (Lake) Penson. Dr. Utter was a cousin to Grandpa.

grandpa was a great one to take a notion to go places, and would sell a cow to get the money to go on. He sold a cow to get the money to go to Texas. Jesse Thomas McRaven sold a small place he owned on third and sycamore in Mt.Carmel Ill to get money for their fare.Later a Mrs. Papers lived there.

After Grandpa got to Texas he sent money for Grandma, the four single boys, Harry, William, James, and Rueben, Aunt Nellie, Aunt Maggie, and Uncle Sam to come to Texas. It was a two day trip on a train. You got off at night and spent the night at a hotel. Grandpa McRaven had his money in gold pieces. There were people that were snooping around where they had their rooms, so they all spent the night in one room. The next morning they all got back on a local train which had frieght cars and only one or two passenger cars, this caused it to take a long time to get to Rosebud, Texas.

Grandpa met them at the station and took them out to the country where his nieces and nephew lived. He had a small house and they all stayed there. From there Grandpa moved out on Tom Killan's farm. He had a small tennant house one room, shed bedroom, and shed kitchen. This is where Sam and Maggie lived. Grandma and Grandpa McRaven went on to New Mexico to visit Grandpa's sister Leona Williams. They intended to stay there thinking they could get a homestead, so they were not in Texas that first year.

Sam sharecropped for Mr. Killan, and cotton was the main crop. This was in Mesquite Co. Sam and Maggie's daughter, Frances, was a baby between three and four months old on the train trip there.

Sam put in his second year, then Grandma and Grandpa McRaven came back to Texas.For the second year Grandpa Rose got a place in Sand Co. and Grandma and Grandpa McRaven lived in a big house with Sam and Maggie for a while. Grandpa Rose was 3/4ths of a mile through the woods in another house. Then Sam and Maggie moved to a house across from the woods on a public road. Beyond the woods there was another house, made of logs that Grandma and Grandpa McRaven lived in. It had one big room and a shed kitchen. Their address was Regan, Tex. This is where Gladys Marie was born 8-15-1910. Sam didn't have water on his place so they dug a tile well at McRaven's. This was small in diameter. They used a long bucket, about 20 inches and 8 inches wide, with a valve at the bottom. WWhen you let it down the valve would open up and fill with water. As you raised it the valve would close. Grandpa McRaven tried to clear some land there. Sam's main crop was cotton, using one horse. Grandpa raised some cotton too. There was a well at Grandpa Rose's, but the water tasted terrible, probably a mineral taste.

Sam and Maggie had a dog, goat, heifer, and a pony. They didn't have water so one night they brought all their animals to Grandpa's and spent the night. They watered all their animals, and the next night Grandpa would go spend the night at their house. This went on all summer until the babies were born, Marie and Walter.

On Grandpa Rose's ground there were some springs. He raised the best garden, vegetables, tomatoes, and watermelon. He peddled his vegetables in Marlin, Tex. , on the streets. This wasm't a big town, but everything was rooming houses or hotels. This area had mineral wells, and people came here for their health. These people used greens a lot, but were not used to the vegetables Grandpa raised. He had to send off for fresh seed.

Aunt Nellie had gone along to Texas, but she already knew Clarence Collins, although they weren't married. After they got to Texas the Collins family sent Aunt Nellie some money. One evening she told the family she was spending the night with cousins, but she didn't return the next day. She had returned to Illinois and married Clarence Collins 1-13-1909. The summer of the same year they both came out to Texas. While the rest of the family was working hard chopping cotton, Nellie and Clarence would walk to the mailbox, about 1/2 mile every day. One day they didn't come back. They had gone back to Illinois without a word to anyone.

Where the family lived that first year, the people were Bohemian, and spoke with a different accent. When Grandpa Rose was selling tomatoes, a lady came out pinching and bruising the tomatoes. Then she would select different ones to buy. The next time she was around he hid the tomatoes and told her he didn't have any. While Grandpa Rose sold tomatoes and other vegetables, Grandpa McRaven and Uncle Sam's only livelihood was cotton. After the cotton crop was finished they were finished.

Grandma McRaven's first child Gladys Marie was born on her bithday 8-15-1910. Aunt Maggie stayed with her and took care of her. Four weeks later Maggie's son Walter was born 9-12-1910. Walter was one month and two days old when the family started back in three covered wagons.

Maggie and Grandma McRaven didn't recall exactly why the family decided to go back. Grandpa Rose had a big wagon with side boards. Grandpa McRaven and Uncle Sam each had a spring wagon, not as big. When they went to Texas they had gotten wooden boxes with rope handles to carry their baggage on the train. Aunt Maggie had kept hers, so she was able to bring her dishes and quilts back with her.. All their things went in the bottom of the wagon bed, a cotton mattress was put over that. The cotton was in little pieces, and you could stir it up like a feather bed.The boys slept in the big wagon at night, and Grandma and Grandpa Rose on the ground under the wagon, or in a tent. Grandpa Rose would hunt for a camping spot before dark, so it would be by a creek and they would have water. They did a little washing each night, and Grandma Rose would cook soup beans all night so they would have them for the next day. Sam helped with the cooking by keeping the fire going. For breakfast they had corn pancakes and, runny, muscatine grape jelly.In the big woods between Grandpa Rose's and Uncle Sam's in Texas there were big grape vines with big blue grapes on them. They looked delicious, but once you put them in your mouth they had a certain Wang to them. Grandma Rose must of known someway we were going back because she had made a lot of jelly. She didn't have anything to make it gel so it was runny. This is what they all used instead of syrup

Aunt Maggie got so hungry for a taste of someting else, and although they had very little money, she asked Sam to get her some bologna. He did, and she said it tasted so good.

Uncle Bill had brought along two dogs, and they were very sickly. He had always liked dogs and had at least one. Sam's team was a matching pair of strawberry Jennies. They had an extra jenny jackass along, and he would bray and carry on. One of the boys had to ride him, I believe it was Harry. Grandpa McRaven had a mule team and a big horse. Big horses also pulled Grandpa Rose's wagon. While they were traveling Grandma Rose would ride in the back on a bed in Sam's wagon. She had a pair of new hightop shoes loose on the top of the bed. Frances pasted the time away stringing the laces in the shoes, just back and forth, hour after hour, she wasn't yet three. While they rode Walter and Gladys Marie slept. When they stopped for meals the babies cried and the young mothers had to hold them. The boys couldn't understand why they had to do chores instead of Grandma an Aunt Maggie. Aunt Maggie didn't remember much of taking care of Frances on the trip except Frances lacing and unlacing Grandma Rose's shoes.

They stopped along the way at a clay pit. The men worked there for a couple of weeks or so. They came through Texarkana, Texas, and Texarkana, Arkansas, but neither Grandma or Aunt Maggie could remember where the clay pit was. Grandma said it was a brick kiln.

They didn't have any road maps, so they tried to follow the railroad. Grandpa Rose had made the trip several times by train. He knew which direction to keep heading.. Grandpa Rose was a big talker and would talk to everybody. There was quite a crowd of people, three big men, four young boys, and some women. These people gathered around to see who they were and where they were going. Grandpa would quizz the people like he was trying to find some farm or something. One man told him,"I don't want every Tom, Dick, and Harry on my farm." They really laughed at that one. After the man left, Grandpa Rose laughed and said,"Here is Tom, Dick, and Harry."

When they came to Lewisville, Arkansas they stayed quite a while.That is where Aunt Hardy lived. (Note; could this be Hardy Warren, who married Harry, Grandma McRaven's brother?) Grandma and Grandpa McRaven along with Aunt Maggie and Uncle Sam had a little farm house in Lewisville, Arkansas. Grandpa Rose lived in a big house. The tennent house had a fireplace in the big room, and Maggie cooked in the fireplace with a dutch oven. Grandma and Grandpa McRaven had the side room. Grandma probably came in and cooked at the same fireplace. Sam stayed until January when Maggie's Dad sent them money to come home on. They came by train. The rest of them stayed longer. Grandma McRaven said it was nice weather all the time they were in Lewisville. Maggie said that on the train home Frances caught the measles from a sick child. They went to their Grandfather Halbig's house on Oak street, and Frances would cry for her train.

Sam and Maggie didn't get acquainted with Hardy's folks, but the rest of them did. Grandma and Grandpa McRaven came home later by train and lived on oak street right below Blair's house somewhere. This is where Gladys Marie got sick and died 7-7-1911.She is burried at sandhill cemetary. Then Uncle Sam and Grandpa McRaven moved to fourth street, Mrs. Long's house. They each had half. That fall the rest of the Rose's drove the wagon on through. Harry had married Hardy, and they all came to the house on fourth street. Grandma McRaven commented that Aunt Hardy had such long hair, they all had a fit over it.

After the folks got home they all moved to a big house on poplar street called Hubley House, two story and long. Grandma McRaven had a room upstairs, and so did Uncle Harry. And they all cooked for themselves. Sam had a back bedroom and cooked with Grandma Rose. Grandma Rose had the rest of the house. Grandma McRaven remembered that Sam got a big Carbuncle under his arm while they lived there. After he had gotten better, his father-in-law had fattened some hogs, and had Sam come over to help butcher them. This would have been 1-1912. Mr. Halbig, Sam's father-in-law, worked in the switchyards. He never wore a cap. He always folded a big handkerchief tthree-cornered and tied it around his ears in winter. Then he wore a black hat. When a Sunday hat got old, he took it for every day and got another one for Sunday. On February 21-1912, he walked down oak street to the railroad,which wasn't far, went up the tracks, There was a big snow storm, and before he got to the seventh street railroad crossing he was run over by a switch engine. They said every bone in his body was broken. They took his body to Walter's Funeral Home. They came and got Sam and Maggie to see him. They had a building in the back where they kept him until the funeral. After this got all straightened up the family moved to Maggie's home on Oak street. Harry and Hardy had a front bedroom. Grandma and Grandpa Rose, and the boys went upstairs.Willie was a young man now so he slept in a little back bedroom. This left the front room and kitchen for Aunt Maggie and Uncle Sam. Grandma Rose cooked upstairs for the lot of them. Later Aunt Nellie moved in with them, and lived in a little smokehouse out back.

At this same time Grandma and Grandpa McRaven moved to a little Hargrave house on Division street. Harry lived on the west side of this house when Bud was born. After Maggie sold her place on oak street in March of 1916, Sam and Maggie moved in a house on Division street beside the Berkley house. They had a hog ready to kill and someone had to take care of this hog.

In 1916 Sam and Magie, along with their children Frances and Walter, took a train to Rector, Arkansas to visit Grandma and Grandpa Rose. Grandma and Grandpa McRaven were already there. TThat is where Aunt Bessie was born 12-1-1915. They just stayed a couple of weeks and came back to move to third street next to what was Uncle Jim's house. They lived there until after Wilma was born 12-31-1916. The next summer Sam and Maggie moved to where Mrs. Anderson lives.

On a Sunday in the the summer of 1917 in August, Uncle Will Rose came, Grandpa Rose's brother, and they all gathered in Grandma and Grandpa McRaven's yard to take the family picture.This was at 925 west third street, Mt.Carmel, Ill. Grandma and Grandpa McRaven lived there until Grandpa died 4-25-1969. It was some time after that, that Grandma went into a nursing home. Grandma McRaven died 11-11-1973. They are both burried at Highland Memorial Cemetary in Mt. Carmel, Ill.

Rosie and Willie stayed with Aunt Maggie when Wilma was born, and 9 months and 9 days after Wilma was born, William was born.

In September of 1917 Grandpa Rose went to Hoopston, Illinois hunting a job in canning season. Maggie thought they had a corn canning factory there. Maggie thought that is what his job was, but the newspaper article said he had a different job. He had written home that he had a job and he had worked one day. Every place was full of people so he had rented something like a smokehouse. He had to sleep on a cot. The landlady told them he was out in front visiting with people, and a woman went to her smokehouse and left the cellar door up. When Grandpa went in and shut the door, he had about half a dozen steps and then fell headlong down the steps. The woman hollored and went out there and he was alive but soon died 9-14-1917. Sam went with Short's in a hearse after him and saw where he roomed. His wife and children believe he was robbed and murdered, because no money was found on his body and he had just gotten paid. He was burried in Sandhill Cemetary in Mt.Carmel,Ill.

When Sam and Maggie got married they went to Evansville, Ind. and stayed three weeks. Sam got a job in a furniture store. Grandma and Grandpa McRaven got married on the fourth of July after Frances was born. Josie would take Tom over to help take care of Frances. Frances would cry alot because Maggie didn't know how to get her to nurse. Josie joked and said she did her courting while sitting up with Frances. Grandma said she was married in the Free Methodist Church which was small and across the street from where it is now. Maggie said there were four cars in town when Frances was born.

In Texas Maggie stayed with Josie when Gladys Marie was born, and Josie stayed with Maggie when Walter was born. Gladys Marie would cry alot, and Josie would walk the floor with her. Frances had a real sick spell in June. She had a doll that had little teeth. Grandma Rose always told them if they would feed a little of what they were eating to the babies they wouldn't get colic. Frances would see them and put food in her doll's mouth, and walk behind her Aunt Josie, as she walked Gladys Marie.





August 15, 1972 Grandma McRaven was 82

Aunt Nellie said she was 83 but she was 84

Uncle Harry and Bud had birthdays August 3rd

Sam and daughter Ruby were born January 29th



Josie McRaven and Maggie Rose told this to Mildred Wells as they remembered it. She took it down in shorthand, then typed it, July 12th,1972. Josie was 82 August 15th Maggie was 82 March 10th. Both were living at the Shurtleff Lodge in Mt.Carmel, Ill

This has been revised somewhat by Ruth Ann Braselton, granddaughter of Jesse Thomas an Josephine Nora McRaven.














Parents: Charles ROSE and Diana [Lake] PENSON [PENSTON].

He was married to Rebecca Jane DEISHER on 9 Dec 1882 in Mt.Carmel, Illinois Wabash County. Children were: Samuel Keagy ROSE, Nellie E. ROSE, Josephine Nora ROSE, Harry E. ROSE, William ROSE, James E. ROSE, Reuben Grant ROSE.

Children were: Minnie ROSE.


bulletRuby Leona ROSE was born on 29 Jan 1913 in Wabash County Mt.Carmel, Illinois. She died on 17 Feb 1914 in Wabash County Mt.Carmel, Illinois. She was buried in Sandhill Cemetary Mt.Carmel, Ill. Parents: Samuel Keagy ROSE and Margaret HALBIG.


bullet Samuel Keagy ROSE [photo of Sam & Maggie] was born on 29 Jan 1885 in Lick Prairie Precint, Wabash County Illinois. He died on 11 Sep 1962 in Wabash County Mt.Carmel, Illinois. He was buried in Highland Mem. Park Cemetary Mt.Carmel, Illinois. Parents: Richard Tilton ROSE and Rebecca Jane DEISHER.

He was married to Margaret HALBIG on 19 Mar 1906. He was married to Margaret HALBIG on 19 Mar 1907. Children were: Neva Fern ROSE, Walter F. ROSE, Francis ROSE, Wilma ROSE, Mildred ROSE, Ruby Leona ROSE, Minnie Margaret ROSE.


bullet Thomas Franklin ROSE was born on 15 Oct 1879 in Rockdale, Milam, TX. He died on 1 Nov 1959 in Poseyville, Posey, IN. Parents: John Dorcus [Dorsey] ROSE and Caroline BACK.


bullet Walter F. ROSE was born on 12 Sep 1910 in Rosebud, Texas. He died on 3 Nov 1983 in Wabash County Mt.Carmel, Illinois. He was buried on 5 Nov 1983 in Highland Mem. Park Cemetary Mt.Carmel, Illinois. Parents: Samuel Keagy ROSE and Margaret HALBIG.

He was married to Margaret KEEPES in 1931. Children were: Lois ROSE, Marjorie ROSE, Barbara ROSE, Linda ROSE.


bullet William 'Willie' ROSE [photo] was born on 6 Feb 1895 in Lick Prairie Precint, Wabash County Illinois. Parents: Richard Tilton ROSE and Rebecca Jane DEISHER.

Children were: William Edward ROSE, Elsie May ROSE, Hazel Marie ROSE, Dorothy Lucille ROSE, Pauline Fay [blurred, could be wrong] ROSE, Paul Ray ROSE.


bulletWilliam C [Bill] ROSE was born in 1854.[photo] He died in 1934/35 in Vincennes, IN. Parents: Charles ROSE and Diana [Lake] PENSON [PENSTON].


bullet William Edward ROSE Parents: William ROSE and Rosa MADDOX.


bullet Wilma ROSE was born on 31 Dec 1916 in Wabash County Mt.Carmel, Illinois. She died on 24 Nov 1979 in Wabash County Mt.Carmel, Illinois. She was a Teacher [Practical Nursing] til 1977 in Chicago Public School System. She served in the military in WWII US Army. She was a nurse in WWII US Army. She was Free Methodist. Parents: Samuel Keagy ROSE and Margaret HALBIG.


bulletChristine ROSENSTINGEL died in 1871 in Macon, Missouri.

Children were: [Anna] Marie Caroline WICKENCAMP.


bulletAnn ROSKY was born on 7 Nov 1922. She died on 3 Nov 1997.

She was married to Jeffry D. BAGWELL. Children were: Mary Ann BAGWELL.


bullet Cynthiann ROSS

Children were: Mary WALLACE, Evan WALLACE, Franklin WALLACE, Margaret WALLACE, James WALLACE, William WALLACE, America WALLACE, Hiram David WALLACE, Sarah WALLACE, Martha WALLACE.


bulletElizabeth ROSS.

Children were: William Arthur WALLACE .


bulletGeorge ROSSITER.

He was married to Mae Elizabeth SCHAEFFER .


bullet ROTHEACHTA Parents: MAON.

Children were: DEIN.


bulletAbraham D ROTHERMEL was born on 1 Jun 1780 in Richmond Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Parents: Johann Peter H ROTHERMEL and Mary Magdalena DREIBELBIS.


bullet Anna Margaret ROTHERMEL was born on 28 Jan 1745 in Richmond Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Parents: Johann Peter ROTHERMEL and Sybilla HOCH.


bullet Anna Margaretha ROTHERMEL was born on 12 Feb 1712 in Hassloch, Germany. Parents: Johannes Leonard ROTHERMEL and Sybilla Magdalena ZIMMERMAN.


bullet Barbara ROTHERMEL was born on 4 Jan 1755 in Richmond Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Parents: Johann Peter ROTHERMEL and Sybilla HOCH.


bullet Catherine D. ROTHERMEL was born on 20 May 1771 in Richmond Twp, Berks County, PA. She died on 14 Sep 1823 in Richmond Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Sources:
Abbrev: John Jacob Dreibelbis Family of America
Title: John Jacob Dreibelbis Family of America - pub. 1991
Author: Harvey C. Dreibelbis
Abbrev: Rothermel Families in America
Title: Rothermel Families in America, by Joseph A. Meiser Jr., co 1989
Parents: Johann Peter H ROTHERMEL and Mary Magdalena DREIBELBIS.

Children were: John DEISHER , Abraham DEISHER, Peter DEISHER , Daniel DEISHER, Jacob DEISHER , Sarah [Sally] DEISHER, Daniel DEISHER, Cathryn [Catherine] DEISHER, Anna DEISHER, Catherine DEISHER, William DEISHER, Esther DEISHER.


bulletChristian Z ROTHERMEL was born on 24 Jan 1710 in Hassloch, Germany. Parents: Johannes Leonard ROTHERMEL and Sybilla Magdalena ZIMMERMAN.


bullet Daniel D ROTHERMEL was born on 8 Apr 1770 in Richmond Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Parents: Johann Peter H ROTHERMEL and Mary Magdalena DREIBELBIS.


bullet Daniel H ROTHERMEL was born on 21 Mar 1741 in Richmond Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Parents: Johann Peter ROTHERMEL and Sybilla HOCH.


bullet Elizabeth ROTHERMEL was born about 1746 in Richmond Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Parents: Johann Peter ROTHERMEL and Sybilla HOCH.


bullet Esther ROTHERMEL was born on 31 May 1751 in Richmond Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Parents: Johann Peter ROTHERMEL and Sybilla HOCH.


bullet Hannah ROTHERMEL


bulletJacob D ROTHERMEL was born on 13 Feb 1776 in Richmond Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania. Parents: Johann Peter H ROTHERMEL and Mary Magdalena DREIBELBIS.


bullet Johann Paul Z ROTHERMEL was born on 30 Dec 1718 in Hassloch, Germany. Parents: Johannes Leonard ROTHERMEL and Sybilla Magdalena ZIMMERMAN.

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