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|Linda Lee||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 62144769|
He is my GGGrandfather. I added the photo of him.
|Linda Lee||Find A Grave Memorial# 62144769|
I request to transfer management of Milton Travis to me. Thanks.
|Debra Bowers ||61890292 Leatherman|
Ollar son Ray Wilson never legally changed his name when his mother Olive remarried to Sam Wilson. I saw the ??? behind the name. Ray's son said that their grandfather, Sam Wilson told his father,Ray that everyone in his house had to go by the name Wilson. All Ray's children were legally born Leatherman. I always knew him as Uncle Ray Wilson. And his son and daughters grew up using the name Wilson. This has continued with his grandchildren and great grandchildren.
|Edie||Theresa Meaney Firch|
I have corrected her place of birth - thanks! ;-)edie
Added by Edie on Jul 22, 2017 4:24 PM
|Jennifer Hatfield||Lois Noble Badger #39999871|
If you are not a relative, I ask that you turn this memorial over to me.
|Carol Hermann||Hanna Magdalena Determan|
Thank you for creating this memorial and updating it to include her maiden name.
|David Williamson||Jesse E.Rose|
As per your request, I believe you should remove all the Penn pedigree remaining on the Jesse E. Rose site – from 3rd-great grandson William James Penn through great-grandson James Penn. According to Penn biographer, Howard M. Jenkins, (The Family of William Penn: founder of Pennsylvania, ancestry and descendants, 1899 available online), there was no “William James Penn” son of William Penn, Jr., and grandson of William Penn, the Founder. The last surviving son of William Penn, Jr., and Mary Jones was named William Penn, the Third. He married Christian Forbes in 1732. Christian died in childbirth but the child, Christiana Gulielma, survived and married Peter Gaskell. Jenkins claims that “through her…all the Penn descendants of the elder line are derived.” (229) William, the Third, married again to Ann Vaux and had one son, Springett, but he died unmarried in Dublin in 1766. (237) See Jenkins’ pedigree of William Penn, the Third on p. 251.
Rhoda Penn Jenkins and her daughter, Hannah, wife of Eli E. Rose, Sr., appear to be from an unknown collateral Penn line.
I would still like to hear from Ms Weaver or Mr Cox.
Please correct the parents of Uriah McKay (Memorial #39302147) IAW PA Death Certificate No 10862 dtd 7 February 1915. (Copy attached to memorial)
Thank you, Bob Todd
Added by Bob Todd on Jul 13, 2017 7:17 AM
|David Williamson||Jesse E. Rose|
I appreciate your desire for accuracy and your assistance in helping to get answers to my questions.
For starters, the problem with the claim that William Penn, son of William Penn, Founder of Pennsylvania, fathered an illegitimate child with a woman named Lady Jenko McPherson during his brief stay in the Philadelphia area in 1704 is the lack of proof. Unfortunately, my attempts to reach your source Vlenda Bramble via email have failed due to a “problem with the recipient’s mailbox.” Nevertheless, I should point out that while the Jenko McPherson claim is not impossible, it is highly unlikely and has been debunked for lack of verifiable evidence by genealogists familiar with the real pedigree of William Penn, the Founder.
Lack of verifiable evidence, of course, eliminates Rhoda Penn from any direct connection to William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania. In my opinion, unless and until verifiable evidence is produced you should remove the pedigree that connects Jesse Rose and Rhoda Penn Jenkins with William Penn. If you choose to leave Ms. Bramble’s Penn pedigree on the Jesse Rose site, you should at least include the genuine Penn pedigree with William Penn, “Jr’s”, wife (nee Mary Jones) and their three children (Gulielma Maria, Springette, and William) along with a caveat about Ms Bramble’s unproven and most likely bogus claim.
Regarding Jane Weaver’s claim that Eli “Eber” Rose is descended from Samuel Rose (I), Samuel Rose (II), and Charles Rose, the records I have seen indicate that Charles Rose had five children by his first wife, Sybella (Mary, Andrew, Eber, Nathan, and Francis Bodine) and three by his second wife, Ann Headley (Mary Ann, Cordelia, and Charles.)
As you can see, there is no Eli mentioned. I would like to know what proof Ms Weaver has of Eli E. Rose being the son of Charles and Sybella Rose or why his middle name would be “Eber” when Charles and Sybella already had a son by that name. Again, unfortunately, Ms. Weaver has not responded to my email request and I do not know how to contact Martin Michael Cox who apparently supplied her with information about Agnes Rose Cox. Some of the Rose information is correct and I would like to talk to Mr. Cox about it.
Are you by any chance a fellow Rose descendant?
|David Williamson||Jesse E. Rose|
I am a descendant of Eli E. Rose, Sr. and Hannah Jenkins and am interested in the source(s) of your information on Charles Rose and Sybella and Samuel Rose and Ann Duckworth as well as for Eli’s middle name “Eber”.
I am also interested in your source(s) for Jesse’s connection to William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania, through his mother, Hannah Jenkins Rose, especially regarding Lady Jenko McPherson.
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