Sir William de Ros

(circa 1192 - 1264)
     Sir William de Ros was born circa 1192 in England. Generations missing here - needs more work!!. He was the son of Sir Robert de Ros Fursan and Isabel Avenal of Scotland.
Sir William de Ros married Lucy FitzPiers, daughter of Reginald or Piers FitzPeirs or FitzHerbert. Rosie Bevan wrote: That William de Ros of Helmsley was married to Lucy fitz Piers identified, ( CP (XI : 94) as you say, citing Dugdale), as daughter of Piers fitz Herbert, lord of Brecknock, would appeare to be borne out by the names of their children - Robert, William, Alexander, Herbert, John, Piers, Lucy and Alice, as listed in CP XI p. 94 note (l) and supported by about ten references.
He paid homage for his inheritance 23 Dec 1226; he was included with his father in the special bull of excommunication Jan 1215/6, and remained an active partisan of Prince Louis till the final battle of Lincoln 19 May 1217, in which he was captured; he paid 20 marks to be delivered from prison, and was handed over to his father in Oct 1217. In May 1224 he was sent to Poitou in the King's service, and in August took part in the siege of Bedford Castle. He witnessed the promulgation of the Forest charter Feb 1224/5 and accompanied Henry in his expedition to France 1230.

SIR WILLIAM DE Ros, S. and h., did homage for his inheritance as above; he was included with his father in the special Bull of excommunication, Jan. 1215/6, and remained an active partisan of Prince Louis till the final battle of Lincoln, in May 1217, in which he was captured; he paid 20 marks to be delivered from prison, and was handed over to his father in Oct. 12 1 7.(g) In May 1224 he was sent to Poitou in the King's service and in Aug. took part in the siege of Bedford Castle.(a) He witnessed the promulgation of the Fore charter, Feb. 1224/5, and accompanied Henry in his expedition to France, 1230.(b) In Jan. In 1235/6 he attested the confirmation of Magna Carta at Westminster, and in 1237 was of the escort of the King of Scots to his meeting with Henry at York, attesting the agreement, between the two Kings.(c) In 1242-43 his lands were seized for his failure to attend, with his peers, the muster at Rhuddlan, Aug 1241, and the King's expedition to France, May I242. (d) In 124-. he witnessed King Alexander's letter to the Pope.(e) He went on pilgrimage to Santiago in 1262; was sum., with his son Robert, for service in Scotland, I2S7/8; for service against the Welsh, 1258 and later; to London, with all his service due, 1260 and 1261; in Mar 1263/4, for service in Wales, with attendance first at a Council a Oxford.(f) He seems to have taken no part in the Barons' War, and was reputed to be loyal.(g) He m. Lucy.(h) He died, probably, in 1264, and was buried at Kirkham.(i) His widow was living in Mich. term, 1266.(j)
(g) Gervase of Cant., Chron., Rolls Ser., vol. ii, p. i i i ; Pipe Roll, 2 Hen. III, WiltS; Patent Rolls, 12 16-25, P. i o6.
(a) Idem, PP. 441, 465.
(b) Statutes of the Realm, vol. i, p. 27; Patent Ro11s, 1225-32, P. 359; C10 Rolls, 1227-31, P. 413.
(c) Statutes of the Realm, vol. i, p. 28; Close RollS, 1234-37, P. 56o; Farder, vol. iy P. 234.
(d) Close Rolls, 1237-42, P. 453; 1242-473 P. 91; 1251-53, P. 498; M. Pari, op. cit., vol. iV, Pp. 228, 23o. A list of the fees held b him at this time is in Book of Fees, pp. 1099, 1120.
(e). Paris, op. cit., vol. iv, P.'383.
(f) Cal. Patent Rolls, 1247-58, P. 133; Close Roll$, 1256-59, pp. 2901, 299 1259-61, pp. 158, 498; 126164, PP. 303, 378.
(g) Idem, 126 1 -64, P. 37 0.
(h) Rievaulx Chartulary, P. 36o. She is said by Dugdale (Baronage, vol, i, p. 54.7), citing Glover, Somerset Herald, to have been daughter of "Reginald Fitz-piers of Blewlebeny in Wales." If she belonged to this family, she was presumably sister of Herbert FitzPiers and of his br. and h. Reynold FitzPiers, and da. of Piers FitzHerbert, lords of the Honour of Brecknock, whose castle was at Blaenllyfni. Piers FitzHerbert m. in 1203, his son Reynold not till 1249 (Curia Regis Rolls, vol. iii, p. 6; Close Rolls, 1247-51, p. 200).
(i) Rievaulx Chartulary, P. 36o. He had yr. sons, William (see Ros of Ingmanthorpe), Alexander, Herbert and John, Knights, and Piers, and daughters Lucy, who married Robert, s. of Robert de Plumton, and Alice, who m. Sir John Comyn, lord of Badenoch (Yorks Deeds, Yorks Arch. Soc., vol. v, no. 273; Gervase of Cant., Chron., vol. ii, p. 234; Gray's Register, p. 50 note; Cal. Patent Rolls, 1258-66, P. 334; Close Rolls, 1259-61, p. 478; Hist. MSS. Com., Rutland Papers, Vol. iv, P. 84; Lines. N. and Q., vol. iX, p. 250, citing De Banco Roll, Mich. 9 Edw. 111, m. 353, and Harl. Chr., 48 G. 37; Cal. Charter Rolls, vol. ii, p. 124; Gen. Harrison's Indexes (P.R.O.), citing De Banco Roll, Easter 6 Edw III, mm. 171,295). He was a benefactor of the monasteries of Kirkham, Rievaulx and Meaux, and of the Templars (Lancaster, Bridlington Chartulary, P. 232; Cal. Charter Rolls, vol. i, p. 146; Chroff. de Melsa, Rolls Ser., vol ii, P. 34; Yorks -4reh. 7journal, vol. vii, p. 441).
He occupied Helmsley Castle from 1227 to 1258 without much altering his father's buildings, though he did build a new chapel which was consecrated in 1246. This replaced a chapel in the east tower.
In Jan 1235/6 he attested the confirmation of Magna Carta at Westminster, and in 1237 was of the escort of the King of Scots to his meeting with Henry at York, attesting the agreement between the two Kings.
In 1242-43 his lands were seized for this failure to attend, with his peers, the muster at Rhuddland, Aug 1241, and the King's expedition to France, May 1242. In 124? he witnessed King Alexander's letter to the Pope.
He went on pilgrimage to Santiago in 1252; was summoned with his son Robert, for service in Scotland 1257/8; for service against the Welsh 1258 and later; to London, with all his service due 1260 & 1261; in Mar 1263/4 for service in Wales, with attendance first at a Council at Oxford. He seems to have taken no part in the Baron's War, and was reputed to be loyal. He was a benefactor of the monasteries of Kirkham, Rievaulx & Meaux and of the Templars. Sir William de Ros was buried in 1264 in the choir before the altar, Kirkham Priory, Kirkham, Yorkshire.
     William died in 1264 in Helmsley, Yorkshire. He probably died in 1264, and was buried at Kirkham. His widow was living in Mich. term 1266. He was a benefactor of the monasteries of Kirkham, Rievaulx & Meaux and of the Templars.

Children of Sir William de Ros and Lucy FitzPiers

Sir William de Ros (of Ingmanthorpe)

( - before 28 May 1310)
     Sir William de Ros (of Ingmanthorpe) was born in England. ...presumably 3rd son of Sir William (son of Robert) de Ros of Helmsley, who d. c1264...
married Eustache FitzHugh, widow of Nicholas de Cauntelo, a footnote (h) on p. 118:
"...Eustache d. in his lifetime. He left a younger son Thomas...and several
daughters: Margaret..., Mary..., and apparently Lucy, wife of Sir Robert de Plumpton (Yorks. Deeds, Yorks Rec. Ser., vol. v, no. 273), who had a da.
named Eustache(Idem, no. 306)...". He was the son of Sir William de Ros and Lucy FitzPiers.
He was of Ingmanthorpe. Served in Scotland 1257-8 and in Gascony 1294.
Sir William de Ros (of Ingmanthorpe) married Eustace Fitzralph. She was the daughter of Ralph FitzHugh, widow of Nicholas de Cauntelo/Cantilupe.
     William died before 28 May 1310 in Ingmanthorpe, Yorkshire. He was buried on 28 May 1310 in Grey Friars church, Yorkshire.

Children of Sir William de Ros (of Ingmanthorpe) and Eustace Fitzralph

Sir William de Ros 2nd Baron

(circa 1255 - 1316)
     Sir William de Ros 2nd Baron was born circa 1255. He was aged 30 at his father's Inq. P.M. He was the son of Sir Robert de Ros 1st Baron and Isabel D'Aubigne.
He was summoned, 28 June 1283, to the Assembly at Shrewsbury, as was (presumably his son) William de Ros.
He was titled Lord Ros of Helmsley and Belvoir. He inherited Helmsley Castle in 1285 and continued his father's work at Helmsley with what amounted to a wholesale remodelling of the Castle's defences and its domestic accommodation. The Lordship of Helmsley remained in the direct de Roos line until 1478 when Edmund de Roos sold the property to Richard, Duke of Gloucester, later Richard III. Following Richard's death in 1485 at the Battle of Bosworth, Helmsley was restored to Edmund who then held it until his death in 1508. As he had no direct heir, Helmsley passed to his cousin Sir George Maners of Etal in Northumberland who became the 12th Lord Ros of Helmsley.

Cokayne: BARONY BY WRIT 1. 1299
I. William de Ros, s. and h., aged 30 and more did homage, and had a writ for livery of his father's lands, 27 June 128S.(f) In 1277, 1281 and 128- (in the last year being a knight), he did part of the service due from his father in Wales.[e) He was summoned to a military council at Gloucester 1287; and agains the Scots in 129- and later years to May 1316 (h). In 1291 he was, for a short time, among the candidates for the throne of Scotland.(a) He received an urgent summons to a Council upon Gascon affairs at Westminster, June 1294. (b) He was sum., 24 June 1295, to a council of magnates, peers and officials at Westminster, and to Parl., 6 Feb. (129 8/ 9) 2 7 Edw. I (c) till 16 Oct.. (1h31 5) 9 Edw. II, by writs directed Willelmo de Ros de Hamelak' W ereby he is considered to have become LORD ROS OF HELMSLEY.(d) After the rebellion of Robert de Ros of Wark, who held Wark of him (see Ros of Wark), that castle was granted to him, Dec. 1301, for good service in Gascony and elsewhere.(e) In Nov. 1307 he was. app. joint Warden of Northumberland; and, 21 June 1308, joint Lieutenant and Warden in Scotland.9e) Sum. to the King's Coronation, Feb. 130718. In Aug. 1309 he joined in the Barons' letter to the Pope about abuses in England.(g) He was among those ordered to remain in the North against the Scots, Feb. 1312/3 .(h) He m. Maud, yr. da. (and in 1287 coh.) of John DE VAUX, S. of Sir Oliver DE VAUX.(1) She probably predeceased her husband, and was bur. in Pentney Priory, Norfolk, her bowels in the wall at Belvoir.Q) He d. presumably between 12 May(k) and 16 Aug. 1V6,(l) and was bur. at Kirkham.(m) (a) In virtue of his (illegitimate) descent from William the Lion (Fodera, vol. i 763, 775, 780) ](b) Parl. Writs. His service was then probably diverted to Wales, for he witnessed a charter at CardiE, 12 May 1295 (Cal. Patent Rolls, 1292-1301, P. 140). Afterwards he served for several years in Gascony (Bemont, Roles Gascons, vol. ii. no. 2334 &c; P.R.O. Anc. Correspondence, vol. xxvii, no. 53).
(c) This was not a parliament constitutionally, but has been accepted as such for peerage purposes.
(d) His seal (3 water bougets) was attached to the Barons' letter to the Pope, 1301 (Ancestor, no. 7, P. 25o) and also to the agreement of the Competitors Sir William de Ros 2nd Baron. to abide by the award of Edward I, 1291 (Bain, op. cit., vol. ii, pp. 488, 489).
(e) Cal. Charter Rolls, vol. iii, P. 23; Cal. Chancery Warrants,
1244-1326, p. 149 (where the year is given incorrectly).
(f) CaL Patent Rolls, 1307-13, PP. 14j, 79) 83.
(g) Par]. Writs; Chron. Edw. I and II, Rolls Ser., vol. i, p. 162.
((h) Although he had been sum. to a Council at Westminster, to which he was to send a proctor (Cal. Close Rolls, 1307-13, P. 568). He was sum. by the Archbishop of York to Councils at York and Doncaster, to devise measures against Scottish invasion (Lettersfrom the Northern Registers, Rolls Ser., PP. 237, 247).
(i) Cal. Close Rolls, 1279-88, pp. 497, 530; ante, vol. ix, P. 469, note "i." The deed setting forth the division of the lands of John de Vaux between his 2 daughis printed in full in Genealogist, N.S., vol. XViii, pp. 223-25.
(j) Leland, Itin., ed. Toulmin Smith, vol. v, P. 149.
(k) When he was again sum. against the Scots (Parl. Writs).
(l) When the writs to the escheators issued (Cal. Fine Rolls, vol. ii, p. 295). No. inquisition has been found; perhaps none was returned. See p.98, note "a",below.
(m) Leland, lot. ult. cit; and see Herald and Genealogist, vol. iii, p. 112. 'He left a yr. son John (see Ros of Watton), and a da. Agnes, who m. Payn (de Tiptoft), x'sl-. Lord Tiptoft (Cal. Patent Rolls, 1292-1301, P. 346; Cal. Close Rolls, 1313-18, P. 112; Cal. Inq. p.m., vol. vii, no. 144). He was a benefactor of the religious houses of Belvoir (Rutland Papers, vol. iv, pp. 120, 162, 166, 169), Pentney (Cal. Patent Rolls, v. X1-7. He was the heir of Sir Robert de Ros 1st Baron at the Inquisition Post Mortem held on 12 June 1285.
Sir William de Ros 2nd Baron married Maud de Vaux in 1287. He married Maud, younger daughter (and in 1287 coh.) of John de Vaux, son of Sir Oliver de Vaux. She probably predeceased her husband, and was buried in Pentney Priory, Norfolk, her bowels in the wall at Belvoir
With respect to Maud de Vaux, recent research has located a lawsuit dated Easter term, 1312, involving Maud's older sister, Pernel de Vaux [Reference: W.C. Bolland, Year Books of Edward II 11 (Selden Soc. 31) (1915): 209-212]. The accounts of this suit specifically mention by name Maud de Vaux and her husband, William de Roos, of Helmsley, and indicate that both Maud and her husband, William, were living in Easter term, 1312. This information is a new addition for Complete Peerage. Sir William de Ros 2nd Baron bore arms: bore, at the battle of Falkirk 1298 and at the siege of Carlaverock 1300, gules, 3 water-bougets argent. William Roos, of Hamlake, Banneret, baron 1285. Sealed the Barons's letter to the Pope 1301. He was buried in 1316 in Kirkham, Yorkshire.
     William died in 1316.

Child of Sir William de Ros 2nd Baron and Maud de Vaux

William de Ros 3rd Baron

( - 16 February 1342/43)
     William de Ros 3rd Baron was the son of Sir William de Ros 2nd Baron and Maud de Vaux.
     William died on 16 February 1342/43. As 3rd Baron de Ros of Hamlake, Werke, Trusbut & Belvoir, he was summoned to Parliament during the reigns of Edward II and Edward III of England. In 1321 he completed the religious foundation which his father had begun at Blakeney. He was created Lord Ross of Werke. He was appointed Lord High Admiral and was one of the commissioners with the Archbishop of York, and others, to negotiate peace between the king and Robert de Bruce, who had assumed the title of king of Scotland.
He married Margery De Badlesmere (1306-1363), the eldest sister and co-heir of Giles, Baron Badlesmere of Leeds Castle, county of Kent. She survived her husband by many years and was one of the very few English people present at the Jubilee, at Rome, in 1350; the king had tried to prevent the attendance of his subjects at this ceremony on account of the large sums of money usually taken out of the kingdom on such occasions.

Children of William de Ros 3rd Baron

William de Ros 4th Baron

     William de Ros 4th Baron was the son of William de Ros 3rd Baron.

William de Ros 7th Baron

     William de Ros 7th Baron was the son of Thomas de Ros 5th Baron.
His older brother died heirless in Pathos, Cyprus during 1394. William was already a Knight and inherited the rank and privileges of his deceased brother. He was first summoned to the Parliament of England on November 20 of the same year. He would reguraly attend sessions till 1413.
His first assignment from Richard II of England was to join Walter Skirlaw, Bishop of Durham, Henry Percy, 1st Earl of Northumberland and others in negotiating for a peace treaty with Robert III of Scotland.
Richard favored William with a position in his Privy council. In 1396, William accompanied the King to Calais for his marriage to his second Queen consort Isabella of Valois, daughter of Charles VI of France and Isabeau of Bavaria.
When Henry of Bolingbroke started his revolt against Richard II, William was among the first to support him. He was present for the abdication of Richard II and the declaration of Henry IV as the new King. He retained his position in the Privy council for the rest of his life.
He seems to have been a special favourite with the first monarch of the House of Lancaster and was employed him in various civil affairs of great importance. He served as Lord Treasurer of England from 1403 to 1404. He was created a Knight of the Garter in 1403 along with Edmund de Holand, 4th Earl of Kent and Richard Grey, 4th Baron Grey of Codnor.
William was in charge of investigating the activities of Lollards in Derbyshire, Middlesex and Nottinghamshire from 1413 to his death.
William was married to Margaret Fitzalan on October 9, 1394. She was daughter to John Fitzalan and Eleanor Maltravers. They were parents to eight children:
John de Ros, 8th Baron de Ros (1396 - 1421).
Margaret de Ros (c. 1398 - after 1423). She married James Tuchet, 5th Baron Audley.
Thomas de Ros, 9th Baron de Ros (1403 - 1431).
Elizabeth de Ros. She married Robert Morley, 6th Baron Morley.
Sir Robert de Ros (1412 - 1481).
William de Ros (d. 1421).
Beatrice de Ros. A nun.
Alice de Ros.

Children of William de Ros 7th Baron

Cornelius Rosbotham

     Cornelius Rosbotham married Deborah Ashby, daughter of George Ashby and Dorothy T Nusum, on 30 March 1730 in St Phillip, Barbados.

Mary Anne Rosbrook

(circa 1874 - circa 1 March 1917)
     Mary Anne Rosbrook was born circa 1874 in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. She was the daughter of Bejamin Rosbrook(e) adn Mary Ann Snell.
Mary Anne Rosbrook married William George Bullett, son of George Bullett and Eliza Gardner, in 1894.
     Mary Anne Rosbrook and William George Bullett were recorded on the 1901 census in Small Green, Bradfield St George. William Bullett, 31, farm labourer, born Hessett, with his wife Mary A, 23, and children Dorithe 6, Olive M 4 & Edith 1, all born at Bradfield.
     Mary died circa 1 March 1917 in Suffolk.

Children of Mary Anne Rosbrook and William George Bullett

Harriet Rosbrooke

(circa 1840 - )
     Harriet Rosbrooke was born circa 1840.
Marriage banns for Harriet Rosbrooke and Amos Catchpole were published before 24 January 1859 in Hessett.
Harriet Rosbrooke married Amos Catchpole, son of John Catchpole and Miriam Austin, on 20 March 1859 in Felsham, Suffolk.

Children of Harriet Rosbrooke and Amos Catchpole

Sarah Ann Rosbrooke

(circa 1840 - before 1 April 1870)
     Sarah Ann Rosbrooke was born circa 1840.
     Sarah Ann Rosbrooke married Elijah Catchpole as his second wife, after 6 February 1859 in Hessett, Suffolk. Elijah Catchpole, widower & Sarah Ann Rosbrooke, both of this parish, banns called 23 & 30 January, 6 February 1859. Banns for Amos Catchpole and Harriet Rosbrooke were also called on these dates.
     Sarah Ann Rosbrooke and Elijah Catchpole were recorded on the 1861 census.
     Sarah died before 1 April 1870 in Hessett, Suffolk. She was buried on 1 April 1870 in Hessett.

Children of Sarah Ann Rosbrooke and Elijah Catchpole

Ada M Rose

(1867 - 5 December 1936)
     Ada M Rose was born in 1867 in Long Buckby, Northamptonshire. She was the daughter of Thomas Rose and Joanna Bowker James. Enid, Alfred, Ada and Thomas were listed as the children of Thomas Rose in the 1871 census in Market Square, Long Buckby, Northamptonshire. Ada M Rose were listed as Joanna Bowker James's adult children in the 1901 census in 4 Hanger Lane, Ealing, London.
     Ada died on 5 December 1936 in Tangier, Morocco.

Agnes Rose (Davis)

(circa 1751 - before 28 December 1829)
     Agnes Rose (Davis) was born circa 1751. She was the daughter of Hickman Rose and Elizabeth Pratt.
     Agnes died before 28 December 1829 in Cork. In Cork, Mrs Agnes Davies, aged 78, wife of Lt Simon Davies and daughter of the late Hickman Rose of Limerick, Esq.

Alfred Henry Rose

(25 October 1864 - 1945)
     Alfred Henry Rose was born on 25 October 1864 in Buckby Wharf?, Northamptonshire. He was the son of Thomas Rose and Joanna Bowker James. Enid, Alfred, Ada and Thomas were listed as the children of Thomas Rose in the 1871 census in Market Square, Long Buckby, Northamptonshire.
Alfred Henry Rose married Maud Thompson.
     Alfred died in 1945 in Totnes, Devon.

Alicia Rose

     Alicia Rose was the daughter of Henry Rose.
     Alicia Rose was mentioned in the will of Capt Jonas Rose dated before June 1820.

Anna Rose

     Anna Rose married Alexander Dunbar, son of James Dunbar and Beatrix Kinross/Kinloss.

Child of Anna Rose and Alexander Dunbar

Catherine Rose

(say 1605 - 30 June 1633)
     Catherine Rose was born say 1605.
Catherine Rose married John Jacob, son of John Jacob, on 19 October 1623 in Buxhall, Suffolk.
     Catherine died on 30 June 1633 in Buxhall, SFK. She was buried on 31 August 1633? In Buxhall. Rose Jacob, wife of John, 31st Jun (sic).

Elizabeth Rose

     Elizabeth Rose was the daughter of Hickman Rose and Jane Handy.
     Elizabeth Rose was mentioned in the will of Capt Jonas Rose dated before June 1820.
Elizabeth Rose married John Dick before 1823.

Elizabeth Rose

     Elizabeth Rose was the daughter of Henry Rose.
     Elizabeth Rose was mentioned in the will of Capt Jonas Rose dated before June 1820.

Elizabeth Rose

     Elizabeth Rose was the daughter of Hickman Rose and Elizabeth Pratt.
Elizabeth Rose married Robert Molesworth before 22 May 1770 in Limerick. In Limerick, Capt Robert Molesworth of the 38th Regiment to Miss Rose.

Children of Elizabeth Rose and Robert Molesworth

Enid Eliza Rose

(29 January 1863 - )
     Enid Eliza Rose was born on 29 January 1863 in Pershore, Worcestershire. She was the daughter of Thomas Rose and Joanna Bowker James. Enid, Alfred, Ada and Thomas were listed as the children of Thomas Rose in the 1871 census in Market Square, Long Buckby, Northamptonshire. Enid Eliza Rose were listed as Joanna Bowker James's adult children in the 1901 census in 4 Hanger Lane, Ealing, London.

Gertrude Rose

     Gertrude Rose was the daughter of Hickman Rose and Elizabeth Pratt.

Henrietta Rose

( - September 1795)
     Henrietta Rose married Sir William Dunbar 2nd Bart of Hempriggs as his third wife, on 21 October 1749. She was the second daughter of Hugh Rose of Kilravock.
     Henrietta died in September 1795.

Henry Rose

(between 1740 and 1741 - before 1799)
     Henry Rose was born between 1740 and 1741. He was the second son of Hickman Rose and Elizabeth Pratt. He was the son of Hickman Rose and Elizabeth Pratt.
Henry Rose, of Patrick's Well, Co. Limerick m. October 1775, Alice, dau. of Alexander Hoops, of Tipperary, and died before 1799. Her will dated 10th Oct. 1825, was proved 20th Dec. 1828. The Shine family of Ballymacrease, Co. Limerick, were descendants of this marriage.
     Henry died before 1799.

Children of Henry Rose

Hezekiah Rose

(circa 1851 - )
     Hezekiah Rose was born circa 1851.
Hezekiah Rose married Eliza Bullett, daughter of Charles Bullett and Mary Ann Cocksedge, on 26 October 1872 in Drinkstone, Suffolk.

Hickman Rose

(22 October 1752 - before 26 February 1823)
     Hickman Rose was born on 22 October 1752. He was the 7th son of Hickman Rose, sometime of Ahabeg, Co. Limerick, and afterwards of Limerick.
He is presumably the son of the Hickman Rose Esq. whose death was reported at Limerick in Faulkner's Dublin journal on Tuesday 22 July 1766 and reprinted in The Irish genealogist 9:1 (1994). He was the son of Hickman Rose and Elizabeth Pratt. Hickman Rose witnessed the marriage settlement dated 13 December 1780 between John Halahan and Mary Handy. Indented articles of agreement dated 13 December 1780 made between 1) John Halahan of the city of Dublin, surgeon, 2) Lucy Handy, widow of Samuel Handy deceased & Mary Handy daughter of the Samuel & Lucy, 3) William Speer, of the City, druggist & Thomas Fouace of Tyrrellspass, Westmeath, esq reciting that said Mary Handy was in and by the will of her father the said Samuel Handy entitled to £1000 at 21 or marriage proved if under 21 she married with consent of her mother Lucy Handy & further the will of SH £1000 the interest to be paid to his daughter Lettice during her life & after her decease the £1000 plus the £500 on the decease of Lucy to be divided between his three other daughters, Ann Wade, the said Mary Handy & Jane Handy & reciting that a marriage was shortly to be had between John Halahan and Mary Handy with consent and approbation of Mary's mother he called? the £1500 to provide for Mary Handy after John Halahan's death. Witnessed by Andrew Armstrong, Kings co., Hickman Rose, Dublin city, merchant, William Canaway, Dublin, gent, Jane Handy, Dublin city, spinster.
Hickman Rose married Jane Handy, daughter of Samuel Handy and Lucy Wallen, on 17 May 1781 in St Bride's, Dublin, Ireland. A licence was granted to solemnise the marriage between Hickman Rose of the city of Dublin, merchant & Jane Handy of the parish of St Bridget Dublin, spinster, directed to the Rev. John Lyon, clerk, doctor in divinity, minister of said parish.
The Dublin Evening Post
on 19 May announced Marriages... Hr Hickman Rose of Usher's Quay, merchant to Miss Handy, daughter of the late Samuel Handy, of Coolelough, co. Westmeath, Esq..
Hickman Rose served in the military as paymaster of the 59th Regiment.
He had a brother Jonas, a captain in the Royal Navy, whose undated will was proved 8 September 1821. The will mentioned his niece Lucy and her husband Dr Kirby; surgeon Daniel husband of his niece Many Anne, nephews Hickman B Molesworth, attorney at law; and Col. Arthur Molesworth EICS. His sister Gertrude, free of her husband, and her daughters are mentioned. Also sisters Agnes Davis & Mary Pratt, a widow. Nieces Margaret, Alicia and Elizabeth, all daughters of his brother Henry.
     Hickman died before 26 February 1823 in Dublin, Ireland. In the 71st year of his age, Hickman Rose, esq., late paymaster of the 59th Regiment.
     Hickman Rose made a will dated 18 March 1823 in Dublin.
     His will was proved on 2 April 1823 at Dublin.

Children of Hickman Rose and Jane Handy

Hickman Rose

( - July 1766)
     Hickman Rose married Elizabeth Pratt. Hickman Rose was born in Limerick. Hickman Rose was the only son of George Rose, of Ahabeg, by his first wife Jane, daughter of Thomas Hickman of Barntic, Co. Clare.
     Hickman died in July 1766.

Children of Hickman Rose and Elizabeth Pratt

Janet Rose

     Janet Rose married David Dunbar, son of Robert Dunbar. She was the daughter of Hugh Rose of Kilravock, by Catherine, daughter of Sir Alexander Falconer Halkerton..

Children of Janet Rose and David Dunbar

Capt Jonas Rose

( - before 8 September 1821)
     Capt Jonas Rose was the son of Hickman Rose and Elizabeth Pratt.
     Capt Jonas Rose made a will dated before June 1820. Jonas Rose, captain in Royal Navy. He mentions Doctor Kirby, husband of my niece Lucy, Surgeon Daniel husband to my niece Mary Ann. Newphew Hickman B Molesworth, attorney at law, and Col. Arthur Molesworth EICS. My sister Gertrude, free of her busband, has daughters. My sisters Agnes Davis and Mary Pratt a widow. My nieces Margaret, Alicia and Elizabeth, all daughters of my brother Henry. Prerog will undated. He added a codicil to his will on 6 June 1820. He was described as Post Captain. His boat to Jonas Studdert of Clonderlaw.
     Jonas died before 8 September 1821.
     His will was proved on 8 September 1821 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Lorna Rose

     Lorna Rose was the daughter of Thomas Archer Rose and Violet Unknown (Rose).

Lucy Rose

     Lucy Rose was the daughter of Hickman Rose and Jane Handy.
     Lucy Rose was mentioned in the will of Capt Jonas Rose dated before June 1820.
Lucy Rose married Dr John Kirby before 1823.