|Birth: ||Apr. 14, 1878|
|Death: ||May 21, 1957|
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
1957 Utah Death Certificate
Charles Leo Rosengren age 79
Mining, restaurant owner and cook
1880 Census Omaha, Douglas, Nebraska
Ole Rosengreen 41, taylor
Johanna Rosengreen 36, housekeeping
Amanda Rosengreen 12, Sweden
Robert Rosengreen 9, NE
Jenni Rosengreen 7
Rosa Rosengreen 7y
Oscar Rosengreen 5
Charley Rosengreen 2
--[male] Rosengreen 3 months
Got Gay in Murray
And Noisy Salt Lakers Contributed $45 to the Treasury of the Smelter Town.
...They were Mabel Williams, Charles Rosengreen and Henry Thomas...
Salt Lake Tribune, May 6, 1903, Morning, p 5
1910 Census Reno Ward 6, Washoe, Nevada
Charles L Rosengreen 32, waiter, restaurant
Joseph Sensonbaugh 51, wd
Own home, 914 South Virginia Street
1920 Census Reno, Washoe, Nevada
Charles L Rosengren 41
Lillian Rosengren 40
Renting, California Avenue
1930 Census Klamath Falls, Oregon
Charles L Rosengren 52, mgr, own restaurant
Lillian Rosengren 35, born Utah
Renting, Eleventh Street
1935 Reno, Washoe, Nevada
same as reported in 1940 census
1940 Census Reno, Washoe, Nevada
Charles L Rosengren 61, guest, M, cook restau.
1957 Salt Lake City, Utah
Jean's Rest Home
2300 So State
In SLC two years
Father Ole T Rosengren, a taylor
Mother Johanna born c1845 Sweden-1880 NE
Spouse Lillian Parker
Robert John Rosengren 1871-1898
Jenni Rosengren Williams 1873-1932
Rosa Rosengren Jun 1875-
Oscar Tilbert Rosengren 1875-1939 IL
Alice Selma Johnson Claridge 1903-1931
C. L. ROSENGREN SOUGHT IN RENO
A letter inquiring after the present whereabouts of Charles L. Rosengren, who was last heard from years ago as the proprietor of a lunch counter at 32 West Second street in Reno, was received by the chamber of commerce from Rosengren's brother in Chicago.
Oscar T. Rosengren wrote that his brother had settled in Reno thirty-five years ago, but that none of the family had heard from him in the past twenty years. The brother said Rosengren's business card carried the nickname "Slatts."
The missing man is a native of Omaha, Neb., where his father, ninety-nine years old, still resides. Charles Rosengren is now sixty-two years old, the brother stated.
Reno Evening Gazette, July 22, 1940, p. 14
LOST BROTHER IS FOUND BY GAZETTE STORY
A news story which appeared in the Gazette last Monday afternoon resulted in re-establishing by correspondence family relations which were severed twenty years ago.
Oscar T. Rosengren of Chicago wrote the chamber of commerce asking and in locating his brother, Charles L. Rosengren who last had been heard of in Reno as the proprietor of a lunch counter on West Second street.
Since the story appeared, C. L. Rosengren has been reported by former acquaintances to be in various parts of Nevada and at Klamath Falls, Ore., by letters and telephone calls to the Gazette and the chamber of commerce. Today, Rosengren wrote to the chamber of commerce from Winnemucca where he is employed asking the address of his brother in Chicago or his father in Omaha. He said he had read the news report in the Gazette.
Reno Evening Gazette, July 27, 1940, p. 16
contributor: phillipsp (#47611520)
Ole Tobias Rosengren (1840 - 1943)
Lillian Parker Rosengren (1876 - 1959)
Robert John Rosengren (1871 - 1898)*
Jennie Rosengren Williams (1873 - 1932)*
Charles Leo Rosengren (1878 - 1957)
Elmer F. Rosengren (1886 - 1956)*
Olger A Rosengren (1888 - 1948)*
Agnes A Rosengren Higgins (1892 - 1972)*
Ruth Rosegren Groesbeck (1894 - 1974)*
Myrtle May Rosengren Lipp (1895 - 1925)*
Arthur Rosengren (1897 - 1926)*
Clement Thomas Rosengren (1900 - 1965)*
Mount Olivet Cemetery
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
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Originally Created by: Utah State Historical So...
Record added: Feb 02, 2000
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