ROSE Chart 0800

This is a Chart for Edward Rose and Elizabeth Murden

 

married
21st April 1783
Upwood, Huntingdonshire

 
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EDWARD ROSE
born about
1756
baptised
28th March 1756
St Mary Magdalene, 
Warboys, Huntingdonshire
occupation
1783 Carpenter
died about
June 1838
buried
28th June 1838
Upwood, Huntingdonshire
 

2
ELIZABETH MURDEN
born about 
1765
baptised
15th August 1765
Upwood, Huntingdonshire
died about
January 1810


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Elizabeth
ROSE
born
about
1784
baptised
22nd
February
1784
Upwood
Hunts.

4
Hannah
ROSE
born
about
1785
baptised
26th February 1785
Upwood
Hunts.
5
John
ROSE
born
about
1786
baptised
26th March 1786
Upwood
Hunts.
died about
December
1851

married
25th
December
1805
Oundle
Hunts
Eleanor (Ellen) MOSELEY
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William
ROSE
born
about
1788
baptised
7th December 1788
Upwood
Hunts.
7
Mary
ROSE
born
about
1790
baptised
26th December 1790
Upwood
Hunts.
8
Sarah
ROSE
born
about
1792
baptised
1st April 1792
Upwood
Hunts.
died
about
October
1792
buried
17th 
October
1792
9
Edward
ROSE
born
about
1792
baptised
10th November 1792
Upwood
Hunts.
10
Sarah
ROSE
born
about
1795
baptised
19th October 1795
Upwood
Hunts.
11
Eleanor
ROSE
born
about
1799
baptised
19th May 1799
Upwood
Hunts.
  1. The 20th day of April 1783. On which day appeared personally Edward Rose (carpenter) of the Parish of Upwood in the County of Huntingdon & Diocese of Lincoln and being sworn upon the Holy Evangelists alleged and made Oath as follows, That he is of the age of Twenty one years and upwards and a Bachelor and intends to marry Eliz: Murden of the Parish of Upwood aged eighteen Years and upwards and a Singlewoman. Not knowing or believing any lawful Lett or Impediment by reason of any Pre-Contract Enterd into before the 25th day of March 1754. Consanguinity, Affinity or any other Cause whatsoever to hinder the said intended marriage & he prayed a Licence to solemnize the said Marriage in the Parish Church of Upwood aforesaid; in which said Parish or Upwood the said Edwd. Rose further made oath that the said Eliz: Murden hath had her usual Abode for the space of four weeks last past
    Edward Rose , carpenter, and Eliz. Murden 21 Apr 1783, both single, he is over 21, she is over 18, bond by Benjamin Clark of Upwood, farmer. Marriage Licence
  2. Parents of Elizabeth MURDEN Father -John MURDEN (1740-): Mother Elizabeth ASHBOLT (1745-)
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  5. On my sisters file she sent me it refers to a Removal Order for this John ROSE, however looking at the Web Site this takes me to, I have doubts as to whether this is the same John ROSE. If it is I have just one child a Mary ROSE for John who would have been 19 in 1829 and there is a Mary listed who is three.  Also why are the other children not listed.
    In looking at this Web Site however I found the above Note 1 which definitely refers to his father, references to John ROSE on this Web Site I have listed below, some or none might refer to this John, first the Removal Order
    10 Jan 1829, John Rose. To the Churchwardens and Overseers of the Poor of the Parish of Oundle in the said County [Northampton] and to the Churchwardens and Overseers of the Poor of the Parish of Winwick in the County of Huntingdon and Northampton or one of them and to each and every of them the six churchwardens and overseers 
    Upon the complaint of the churchwardens and overseers of the poor of the parish of Oundle aforesaid, in the said county of Northampton unto us, whose names are hereunto set and seals affixed, being two of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for the said county of Northampton and one us of the quorum, that John Rose and Ellen his wife and their seven children ^namely^ William aged about eighteen years, John aged about fifteen years, Edward aged about twelve years, Henry aged about ten years, Benjamin aged about eight years, George aged about six years and Mary aged about three years have come to inhabit in the said parish of Oundle not having gained a legal settlement there, nor produced any certificate, owning them to be settled elsewhere, and that the said John Rose and Ellen his wife and their said children have become chargeable to the said parish of Oundle. We the said Justices, upon due proof made thereof, as well upon the examination of the said John Rose upon oath, as otherwise, and likewise upon due consideration had of the premises, do adjudge the same to be true; and we do likewise adjudge that the lawful settlement to them the said John Rose and Ellen his wife and their said children is in the said parish of Winwick. We do therefore require you the said churchwardens and overseers of the poor of the said parish of Oundle or some or one of you, or any proper person or persons to be employed by you, to convey the said John Rose and Ellen his wife and their said children from and out of your said parish of Oundle to the said parish of Winwick and then to deliver to the churchwardens and overseers of the poor there, or to some or one of them, together with this our order, or a true copy thereof; and we do also hereby require you the said churchwardens and overseers of the poor of the said parish of Winwick to receive and provide for them as inhabitants of your parish. Given under our hands and seals the tenth day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty nine.
    Other reference to a John ROSE of Oundle
    1849 John Rose, Winwick, b. 1784, out relief 1842, certified insane 27 Aug 1849
    1843? William Wright of Thorpe to John Wadsworth of Hamerton, land at Winwick Hill in occupation of John Butterworth, about 3 acres to the south of west Hamerton Rd., north and east of John Butterworth's land. Property now occupied by Thos. Bright. Cottage occupied by John Rose with 14 poles of garden. Formerly estate of Edmund Bright deceased, to William Wright by wife Rebecca formerly Bright. [Later sold to John Wadsworth of Hamerton. Row of cottages built in 1844 by John Wadsworth, earlier house probably demolished. 1903 conveyed to Richard Nichols. 1971 in possession of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. C. Walkley.]
    Voting List - 1853 John Rose
    Oundle Union (for care of the poor) from the Hamerton Survey, Hunts Record Office
    Appendix SS - Oundle Union
    John Rose of Winwick, born 1784, OR 1842, certified insane 27 Aug 1849.
    Apprenticeship Records
    1767 John Rose to Saintury Alfrey of Warboys, Hunts, carpenter
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