John ROSE, b. 1740 CT,
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1. John ROSE, b. 1740 CT, d. 1818/22 Broome Co., NY, m1. c1760
Lucy BOARDMAN, b. 12 Jul 1742, d. bef 1780. m2. Catherine WHEELER.
Children-m1. WILLIAM, Salmon M., Albin, Leonard B.; m2. Lucey, John H., Elijah,
Dennison R., Sally, Darmas, Aldah H. , Sarepta, Polly.
NOTES-"Boardman Genealogy 1525-1895" by Charlotte Goldthwaite. On page
277 it mentions Lucy married John Rose who "was of New Canaan Co. of
Albany, Province of New York, in 1768".
-Amer Rev Svc Pension File#S-43967 Continental Line BLWt
1584-150* Sgt in Warner's Cont'l Line Reg't 1 JAN 1777 Ensign
13 NOV 1778-Retire 20 FEB 1780
-Another entry for a John Rose--Conn BLWt 1804-400, Surgeon issued
2/24/1797-No papers *
-* Index Of Revolutionary War Pension Applications, Wash., D.C., NGS, 1966
-Listed in Francis B. Hietman,"Historical Register of Officers of the
Continental Army during the War of the Revolution" , April 1775 to December
1783, Reprint of 1914 version, Balti., Genealogical Printing Co., Inc.,
-Report by Christine Rose, CG, FASG, Compiler, "John Rose Family,
Co., NY" for MG HFT Hoffman, Jr. 26 Sep 1991.
Revolutionary War pension file #S43967
-Biographical Review of Livingston and Weoming Counties, NY, biography of
Norman W. Rose (p 514)
-Lisle, Broome Co., NY 17 DEC 1822-Will Book B (P. 249) John Rose, late of
Lisle, Exec- Salmon M. Rose [a son]
-Source of other ROSE family information: Christine Rose , "Descendants of
Robert Rose of Wetherfield And Bradford Ct", San Jose, Ca 1983
Braum Brumfield, Ann Arbor, MI
2. William ROSE, b. 17 Nov 1763 Litchfield Co., CT, d. 23 Jan 1849, Broome
Co., NY, m. 1773 Hartford, CT Susan Dinsmore/North?. Children: HORACE B..,
Hiram, Elisha, Alanson, Wiliam Jr., Martha..
NOTESAmer Rev War svc file #S-11324 [CR #S 111324]Entered servive as a
musician as a substitute for Azias Boardman of Canaan, Litchfield Co.,
CT William-in Capt Monson's Co, 8th CT Regt Svc from 7 Jul 1778 to 9 Dec 1780
Later used title: "Colonel". as he was appt Lt. Col of militia
later years also a physician/doctor Could have known Timothy ( 8th Regt) or
Jabez PERCIVAL during Rev War svc. and their families. Could be that
Elvira, Jabez's daughter, was known to the Roses in CT. + = probably parent
lived in Litchield until 1785 when he move to Chenango River Was an early
pioneer of the area. d. at Nimmonsburg which is near Binghampton, Broome Co., NY
Had wife, Susannah Densmore, also a Susan North they may be one and the same.
Death year given as 1849 and 1844, the latter more likely base on age at
death, 81, b. 1763
3. Horace Boardman ROSE, b. 15 Jun 1786 Hartford, CT, d. 7 Jan 1840
Roseville, AR, m.1. Lottie Phillips, m2. 16 Dec 1807 Dearborn Co., IN Elvira
PERCIVAL b. 20 Jun 1790 Middlesex Co., MA, d. 25 Jul 1836 Roseville, AR.
Children:- m1. Horace , Jr. m2. Mary Eliza, EUDORA ELVIRA, Corinna Susan
NOTES-Middle Name also "Bordman"
Described as from NY in Jabez Percival's bible. Resided in NY before going
to Indiana where married;. Went to Louisiana in Dec 1807. Was customs
official until he left for AR. Roseville in Fayette Co. AR was established
in his honor. Does not exist today. Graves of Horace and wife,
moved to Paris, AR. Used the title "Major"; was in New Orleans
battle, Jan 1815 , could have been in militia, no mil record found on visit
to New Orleans library.
There is a record of a Horace Rose in NY whose grandmother was a Boardman
married to a John Rose, Ens of CT militia in ARW. Their son, William,
in ARW, moved to NY where it is believed his son, Horace, married
left his pregnant wife, Lottie Phillips, for the west (he disappeared down
river) c1806. Upon birth the child was named Horace, Jr A shot
comes to mind.
4. Eudora Elvira ROSE, b. 25 Nov 1825 New Orleans, LA, d. 17 Nov 1901 Van
Buren, AR, m. 12 Mar 1842 Little Rock, AR George Washington KNOX, b. 5 May 1811,
louisville. KY, d. 12 Aug 1854 Van Buren, AR. Children- Fannie Rose Georgia
Lydia, Eudors Percival, Martha W.
NOTES-"Some Old Graves in Van Buren, Arkansas Fairview Cemetery."
Carselowey is ONLY interested in Cherokees, part-Cherokees, & Cherokee
history, you may be sure that this cemetery is chock full of them..:]
Given as listed on page, these three, one right after the other:
GEORGE W. KNOX 5-5-1811 - 8-12-1854
EUDORA E. KNOX 11-25-1816 - 11-17-1901
HUGH F. THOMASON, 2-22-1826 - 7-30-1893