|Birth: ||Jun. 29, 1897|
|Death: ||Feb. 17, 1943|
Henry, born on June 29, 1897, was the son of Edson Ogdon & Effie Melinda (Sparks) Rose.
On June 13, 1900, Henry & his sister, Alice, ages 5 & 2, lived with their parents, Edson O. & Effie M., ages 32 & 22, in Klickitat Precinct, Lewis Co, WA, on a farm located beside the farm of their grandparents, Charles & Mary Rose.
Alice - born April 1895
Henry - June 1897
Their parents were divorced in May 1905.
On April 21, 1910, Henry, age 12, lived on a farm with his father, Edson, 41, and his grandparents, Charles & Mary Rose, ages 72 & 70, in Klickitat Precinct, Lewis Co, WA.
Henry, age 26, married Myrtle A. Silva, 16, in Lewis Co, WA on October 15, 1924.
"Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Rose and Henry Rose of Mossyrock spent Sunday visiting at the J.H. Butts home."
The Chehalis Bee Nugget
Friday, Aug. 16, 1929
On April 12, 1930, Henry M. & Myrtle A., ages 32 & 22, were renting a farm on National Park Highway in Klickitat Precinct, Lewis Co, WA. Henry's uncle, George Reynolds, single, age 58, a logger, lived with them.
Forty-two head of livestock, mostly cows in milk, were cremated yesterday when fire destroyed a barn near Mossyrock, owned by Henry Rose. The animals were beyond rescue when the blaze was discovered. His loss was estimated by Rose at between $7,500 and $10,000."
Centralia Daily Chronicle
Thursday, March 3, 1932
"Breakfast for Draftee Held
Twenty-seven Men Entertained Before Departure for Fort Lewis to Enter Army
Twenty-seven Centralia men, their parents, wives and friends were honored early today at a sendoff breakfast at the Elks' temple, the event being sponsored by the Grant Hodge Post, American Legion, the Chamber of Commerce and the Elks' lodge.
Following the breakfast, the men left for military service. Toastmaster for the sendoff was Ed S. Mayes, vice-presidnet of the chamber, and the principal speaker was Mayor Ray W. Sprague. The program included prayer by Rev. C. Walberg; community singing, led by Don Van Doren and accompanied by Melvin Hanson; a few words by George Ellsbury; trumpet solo by Byron Miller, accompanied by Melvin Hansen; piano solos by Charlotte Halgren and the introduction of the inductees and those who accompanied them to the breakfast.
Kits Are Presented
On behalf of the Elks, M.L. Countryman, exalted ruler, extended the best wishes of the organization and introduced Harold Kern, one of the inductees, a past exalted ruler of the order. On behalf of the organization, Fred Hartley presented each inductee a s small service kit.
The work of preparing and serving the breakfast was done by members of the American Legion axillary and several Legion and Elk members.
Following the affair, the men left by bus for service. They included... Henry M. Rose..."
Centralia Daily Chronicle
Wed. August 19, 1942
A report was published in Centralia Daily Chronicle on June 27, 1946, listing Henry M. Rose as one of the 111 men from Lewis County who gave their lives for their country.
Edson Ogden Rose (1868 - 1956)
Effie Melinda Sparks Grimes (1876 - 1964)
Alice Adaline Rose Stringham (1896 - 1986)*
Henry M Rose (1897 - 1943)
George Alfred Rose (1900 - 1934)*
Mountain View Cemetery
Maintained by: Virginia Brown
Originally Created by: Piper
Record added: Jan 26, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 24176448
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In honor of Henry, one of the 111 men from Lewis County, WA, who gave their lives for their country during WWII.|
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