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Subject: Re: [NCGRANVI] Rose Family of Colonial Granville Co., NC
Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2007 23:55:55 -0400
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Hi there. I do not know much. What I do know is there is book written on
the Roses and my line ties there. I do want to say they were in Norlina.
Time frame was late 1800s. Where my Rose line begins is Annie Marvin Rose, b
1876 died 1929, buried at Warren Dale Cemetery. She married edgar P Allen.

On 10/11/07, <> wrote:
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> Katie wrote:
>
>
> > Are you related to the Roses that connect with the Allens?
> > Katie
>
> Dear Katie:
>
> I am descended from the Rose family who were clustered around Knap of
> Reeds
> area/Tar River area of colonial Granville Co., NC. However, I do
> not recn Allen family.
>
> My ancestor, William Rose, who died testate..... was married to Amy
> Langston. Others in the neighborhood were Langstons, Merrills,
> Washington, etc.
> They probably all were Baptists, as Rev. William Washington is recognized
> as an
> early Baptist preacher in Granville Co.,NC.
>
> When you post a query, it is helpful if you throw in a few dates--and, if
> you know it, the neighborhood and some of their associates.
>
> What time period are you referring to?
>
> My ancestor, Frederick Rose (wife Mary Washington) and his father in law
> William Washington migrated to Georgia after the American Revolution.
>
> A brother, William Rose, is reported to have moved to Kentucky. Another
> brother, Howell Rose (after helping produce a base-born child)
> married another
> lady and was in adjoining Virginia county.
>
> E.W.Wallace
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