Margaret Rose

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

Margaret Rose

(say 1650 - before 16 January 1699/0)
     Margaret Rose was born say 1650 in Cockfield, Suffolk.
     Margaret Rose married Thomas Seaton as his second wife, on 8 September 1674 or 1694? In Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     Margaret died before 16 January 1699/0 in Rushbrooke, Suffolk. She was buried on 16 January 1699/0 in Rushbrooke.

Children of Margaret Rose and Thomas Seaton

Margaret Rose

     A contract for the marriage of Margaret Rose and Murdoch MacKenzie was signed on 13 June 1599. She was the daughter of William Rose X, of Kilravock.

Maria Rose

(circa 1830 - )
     Maria Rose was born circa 1830 in Cockfield, Suffolk.
Maria Rose married Horatio Cocksedge, son of John Cocksedge and Mary Carter, on 22 October 1856 in Bradfield Combust, Suffolk.
     Maria Rose and Horatio Cocksedge were recorded on the 1861 census in Bradfield Combust. Horatio Cocksedge, 37, ag. lab., born Gessingham, Essex with his wife Maria aged 30, born Cockfield and children Charles aged 3 and Henry aged 1, both born at Bradfield Combust.

Children of Maria Rose and Horatio Cocksedge

Mary Rose (Pratt)

     Mary Rose (Pratt) was the daughter of Hickman Rose and Elizabeth Pratt.

Mary Anne Rose

     Mary Anne Rose was the daughter of Hickman Rose and Jane Handy.
     Mary Anne Rose was mentioned in the will of Capt Jonas Rose dated before June 1820.
Mary Anne Rose married Michael Daniel before 1823.

Norman Stanley Rose

     Norman died in Cape Town, South Africa. He was the son of Thomas Archer Rose and Violet Unknown (Rose).

Percy Harry Rose

(October - )
     Percy died in Bradfield St George, Suffolk. He was born in October in Thingoe RD, Suffolk.

Sarah Jane Rose

(circa 1841 - 1 June 1882)
     Sarah Jane Rose was born circa 1841 in Inverness, Scotland.
Sarah Jane Rose married Alexander Forbes, son of Alexander Forbes and Isabella Horne, in 1867 in Victoria, Australia. She was the daughter of Angus Rose & Sarah Fisher, and was born in Inverness.
     Sarah died on 1 June 1882 in Eddington, Victoria. She was buried circa 3 June 1882 in Eddington.

Children of Sarah Jane Rose and Alexander Forbes

Sidney Rose

(circa 1650 - )
     Sidney Rose was born circa 1650.
Sidney Rose married Thomas Dunbar, son of Sir John Dunbar and Katherine Graham, on 2 September 1667 in Inishmacsaint, Fermanagh, Ireland. I am unsure whether this is the same Thomas.

Susannah Rose

(circa 1850 - )
     Susannah Rose married William Bland. Susannah Rose was born circa 1850. Susannah was present at Alice Louisa Bland's christening on 25 August 1867 in Holbrook, Suffolk, England.

Child of Susannah Rose and William Bland

Thomas Rose

     Thomas died in Suffolk, England. He was born in Suffolk.
Thomas Rose married Thomasine Bland, daughter of Thomas Bland and Susan Lukyn.

Thomas Rose

(before April 1839 - 6 July 1884)
     Thomas Rose was born before April 1839 in Kettering, Northamptonshire. Thomas was a minister & missionary.
Thomas Rose married Joanna Bowker James, daughter of William James and Elizabeth (Eliza) Bowker, on 16 August 1860 in Baptist chapel, Kettering, Northamptonshire.
     Thomas Rose and Joanna Bowker James were recorded on the 1871 census in Market Square, Long Buckby, Northamptonshire. Thomas G Rose, head, 32, Baptist minister of L Buckby, born Kettering, his wife Joana B, 31, born Kettering; children Enid 8, born Pershore, Alfred H 6, born Buckby Wharf?, Ada M 4, born L Buckby, Thomas A 1 month, ditto, Naomi James, visitor, unmarried 43, annuitant, born Kettering and a general domestic servant.
     Thomas died on 6 July 1884.

Children of Thomas Rose and Joanna Bowker James

Thomas Rose

     Thomas Rose married Maria Maude Bennett, daughter of William Bennett and Frances Bullett or Austin, in 1871.

Thomas Archer Rose

(March 1871 - )
     Thomas Archer Rose was born in March 1871 in Long Buckby, 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.
Thomas Archer Rose married Violet Unknown (Rose).

Children of Thomas Archer Rose and Violet Unknown (Rose)

Lady Margaret E H P Roseberry

     Lady Margaret E H P Roseberry married Robert Offley Ashburton Milnes Marquis of Crewe, son of Richard Monckton Milnes Lord Houghton and Hon Annabel Hungerford Crewe. They had issue.. Lady Margaret E H P Roseberry was born. She was the daughter of the 5th Earl of Roseberry..

Marie Evelyn Rosenberg

     Marie Evelyn Rosenberg married William John Francis Black, son of Alfred Joseph Black and Vera Greacen.

(?) Rosier

( - before 1681)
     (?) Rosier married Sarah Cocksedge, daughter of John Cocksedge.
     (?) died before 1681.

Child of (?) Rosier and Sarah Cocksedge

Edmund Rosier

(before 1681 - )
     Edmund Rosier was born before 1681. He was the son of (?) Rosier and Sarah Cocksedge.

Alice Rosling

(1878 - )
     Alice Rosling was born in 1878 in Oakleigh, Victoria. She was the daughter of Thomas Rosling and Frances Elizabeth Dunbar.

Annice Dunbar Rosling

(1880 - )
     Annice Dunbar Rosling was also known as Anne Dunbar in records.
     Annice died in New South Wales. She was born in 1880 in Dandenong, Victoria. She was the daughter of Thomas Rosling and Frances Elizabeth Dunbar.
Annice Dunbar Rosling married Frederick Arthur Hollinshead in 1899 in Perth, Western Australia.
     Annice resided at Sydney, New South Wales, 1911.

Child of Annice Dunbar Rosling

Emily McLean Rosling

(1895 - 19 June 1973)
     Emily McLean Rosling was born in 1895 in Perth, Western Australia. She was the daughter of Thomas Rosling and Frances Elizabeth Dunbar. Emily was a type-setter according to her father an unknown date , in Perth.
Emily McLean Rosling married Thomas Millar Guthrie in 1919.
     Emily died on 19 June 1973 in East Perth, Western Australia.

George Dunbar Rosling

(1875 - 1949)
     George Dunbar Rosling was born in 1875 in Dandenong, Victoria. He was the son of Thomas Rosling and Frances Elizabeth Dunbar.
George Dunbar Rosling married Olive Beatrice Neal in 1901 in Perth, Western Australia. George was a businessman an unknown date .
     George died in 1949 in Brunswick/Berwick, Victoria.

Children of George Dunbar Rosling and Olive Beatrice Neal

Harold George Rosling

(1905 - 1971)
     Harold George Rosling was born in 1905 in Perth, Western Australia. He was the son of George Dunbar Rosling and Olive Beatrice Neal.
     Harold died in 1971 in Footscray, Victoria.

Herbert Lester Rosling

(1914 - 23 May 1964)
     Herbert Lester Rosling was born in 1914 in Perth, Western Australia. I have no idea who his parents are. He was the son of George Dunbar Rosling and Olive Beatrice Neal.
     Herbert died on 23 May 1964 in East Cannington, Western Australia.

Hubert Rosling

(1886 - 9 April 1963)
     Hubert Rosling was commonly known as Bertie. He was born in 1886 in Warrnambool, Victoria. He was the son of Thomas Rosling and Frances Elizabeth Dunbar. Hubert was an artist.
     Hubert resided at 26 Rathay Sr, Victdoria Park, Western Australia, 1953.
     Hubert died on 9 April 1963 in Victoria Park, Western Australia. He was buried in Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth.

Jessie Linton Rosling

(1884 - after 1911)
      In 1911 her father described her as being employed in Fremantle for years. Jessie Linton Rosling was born in 1884 in Warrnambool, Victoria. She was the daughter of Thomas Rosling and Frances Elizabeth Dunbar.
     Jessie died after 1911 in Fremantle, Western Australia.

John Linton Rosling

(1888 - 1892)
     John Linton Rosling was born in 1888 in Warrnambool, Victoria. He was the son of Thomas Rosling and Frances Elizabeth Dunbar.
     John died in 1892 in Malvern, Victoria.

Robert Thomas Rosling

(1882 - 21 July 1962)
     Robert Thomas Rosling was born in 1882 in Dandenong, Victoria. He was the son of Thomas Rosling and Frances Elizabeth Dunbar.
     Robert resided at Hamelin Pool, Western Australia?, July 1911.
     Robert died on 21 July 1962 in East Perth, Western Australia. He was buried in Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth.

Thomas Rosling

(circa 1837? - 25 August 1914)
     Thomas Rosling was born circa 1837? In Peterborough. The marriage index states born at Peterborough but is this England or Victoria?.
Thomas Rosling married Frances Elizabeth Dunbar, daughter of George Killigrew Dunbar and Anne Potter Watt, on 17 June 1874 in St James, Dandenong, Victoria.
     Thomas Rosling in Flemington, Victoria, sent a letter dated 7 March 1907 to John Thomas Killigrew Dunbar. "Yarramau", Flemington, 7/3/07
Dear Jack,
I am very sorry to hear of your ill health. You have certainly been a martyr to Rheumatism. What I want, send me all the correspondence you had (years ago) from those Dublin lawyers, and prepare me a "Power of Attorney", and get it sworn before a Justice of the Peace, in Penshurst, and any letters you may have referring to the property, and enclosed in the Power of Attorney giving agreement to allow me 5 per Cent & Execs on all (or any) monies, you may secure out of the "Great Expectations" from this Chancery Court, where George K. Dunbar as advertised for. Fannie has the family pedigree, she is well and the children like-wise, but I can't earn enough to keep the pot boiling, so Wally wrote me to come over.
"Thomas Rosling, Publican" is "wanted in Claimants for property in Chancery".
Wally sent 20/- over to London, and ask for information supplying my Pedigree too. Give my love to Maggie, & family by Inile [This word is difficult to decipher] write at once, I hear of what Tommy Lloyd said "Who says you enquired of him about this biz. years ago"
Yours faithfully,
T. Rosling
     Thomas Rosling in Flemington, Victoria, sent a letter dated 18 April 1907 to John Thomas Killigrew Dunbar. "Yarramau", Ascot Vale Rd, Flemington, 18/4/07
Dear Jack,
I have been working at your business constantly, and mention to Tommy Lloyd often. He asks me for your address, a forthright buck! and I saw him yesterday. He said he had written to England about your business, and expected a reply. He seems to have very sanguine hopes of your success. It could not come at a better time. I am homeless, and can't get anything, though I wont go back to Fanny until I can give (or send) her money. She says it is no good as she can struggle on better without me, than with me -- I am confident of getting into business. Harry Pockling (very hard to decipher .. author was a shocking writer .. jor) tho' has about £18,000 he expects from Chancery. He has promised me 5 per cent for any I get -- given me a letter, with power to deal.
Remember me to your family,
Yours faithfully,
T. Rosling
     Thomas Rosling in Flemington, Victoria, sent a letter dated 25 May 1907 to John Thomas Killigrew Dunbar. "Yarramau", Ascot Vale Rd, Flemington,
Dear Jack,
I was very pleased to get your letter, I went to Tommy Lloyd same day, shewed him your letter. He says he has written Home about your business -- expects an answer back in about two months, he speaks very favourably of your
Poor old Fannie: she says I may as well come and spend the little time I have left with her. I have got such a splendid boy in Bertie, he wrote me such a touching letter, he says that he fears that I left home with the thought that he didn't think much of me, but he wished me to disabuse my mind -- (If I harbor) such feelings, as he considered me a hero to battle with such opposing circumstances as he had witnessed. Wait, said he, my star is in its ascendancy, I will see you are taken care of.
He is a most brilliant "Black & White" artist, he often gets cheques from Sydney for his sketches -- he will make his mark in the world. You know my dear Anice married a Flash Fellow named Hollinhed. Well, they have been staying for some weeks with Tottie at Curtains Hotel Elgin St. Carlton. Anice and her two little girls gone to Sydney to an aunt of Fred's whom she never ever met and left Mr. Flash Holinshed behind. Sponging on Tot. sort of barman and bookkeeper (just about fit him, plenty of cheap drinks and no work) I think Tot. is a fool --- people will talk.
I am glad today, Jack, I have left drink and its company behind for ever -- God helping me, its as much as I can expect, to find bread and a bit of tobacco. I am not sure I shall escape public charity before I die -- I have found one Friend who has promised never to forsake me -- "We are but horses along life's scene driven Time is, to us, a big probation given --- To fix us for a dread eternity"-----
I am sorry to hear you are such a martyr to the rhumatia I am suffering from diabetes, and at times it acts like blood poisoning. My head aches, heart flutters and a weary depression -- make you long for death -- Fanny says she doesn't consider me capable of work, suppose I could get it to do. What can I expect? I am 70 in July -- If we are lucky enough to get this money, there will be more than enough for us all. Jack Linton would not receive any if you were to offer it to him -- Anice visited them -- Jessie insisted upon silence -- never mention the name of Dunbar in Jack's presence. He never ask her if I was alive - charging his son when leaving for New Zealand - "Remember, you, are a Linton! If you disgrace the name, never darken my door again."
I say, "Proud line of earth, I scorn thy words and thee" I should like to have enough to own my house, a pony and phaeton drive my dear old girl, & my daughters Effie (??) & Emily -- about without work and anxiety. The short evening of my life.
Love to all,
Yours affectionately,
T.. Rosling
     Thomas resided at 'Yarramau', Ascot Vale Rd, Flemington, Victoria, 1907.
     Thomas Rosling in Subiaco, Western Australia, sent a letter dated circa 1910 or 1911 to John Thomas Killigrew Dunbar. 73 Jersey St, "Jolimont" via Subiaco. WA
Dear Jack,
Yesterday, in Perth, I saw -- "Tommy Lloyd", coming with his wife, back from a trip to London. I asked him about the Dunbar in Chancery. "Oh!" he said, "I enquired when at the Chancery Court. They told me an aunt of the claiments (Mother thinks a Mrs. Carpenter drew all the available funds, out of the Court, the Claiment not forwarding his signature (Mrs. Carpenter; had followed up the case for years, believing her son was the next in line. "Lloyd says he will write me an official explanation.
Mother and Bettie have both a lovely little home here, with a good garden and it is so "trooly zoozal" - - no traffic disturbing the serenity -- good roads, streets. Lit with electricity, 10 minutes to Subiaco rail, 3d (penny) return to Perth, scrub and tree planted bays -- purchase price ú175. Soon in fact off, with the deposit paid and 12/6 per week. They are all well. I have been expecting to "depart" for 2 years, but this zoozal life seems to have resucitated me.
See Bert's work in the "Bulletin", "Truth", "Golden West", "The Mirror", and other papers. Bob is at Hamelin (??) Pool. George at Perth, Anice in Sydney. She has been confined to her bed (by sickness) for part. For 4 weeks. I hope she is better. I have been superannuated for 3 years -- no work. No pay'
Kind Regards from us all,
Thos. Rosling
     Thomas Rosling in East Perth, Western Australia, sent a letter dated 29 July 1911 to John Thomas Killigrew Dunbar. 29-07-1911.
7 Nash St, East Perth, WA
Dear Jack,
Your Aunt and myself were very delighted with your telegram of Congratulations, yesterday, we were puzzled to know how you knew our address? as we have but recently removed to this house. My sons, one in Melbourne (William) & George, in Perth, forgot. I was passing another milestone on my long ---- journey. Mother had but recently said that she desired to hear from you, we have not heard from your "people". My son (Bob) is at Hamelin Pool, Cablegram Officer, George in business at Perth, Anice and her two girls in Sydney, Jessie has been employed in Fremantle for years, Emily a type setter (?????) in Perth.
Mother hears wonderfully well, she is young looking for her (nearly) 58 years, she is keeping splendid health, & works hard. I have been afflicted for past five years with "Diabetes", given up by two Doctors. Thank God I am better than I was. I sometimes walk 6 or 7 miles in a day. I have long ceased business. I'm boycotted by reason of age, although my faculties are as keen and vivid as ever. I could still sail around most of the Auctioneers I hear around me, and my business capacity is as keen and as active as ever, only I have committed two unpardonable offenses against society. Lost my "shekels" and my hair grown white. When you last saw me, I was in receipt of ú4,000 per year. Now my sole income is the Old Age Pension.
Bobby Burns lament has overtaken me, "Age & Poverty, ill assorted pair. "Still I have one Friend sticks closer to me than a brother. I would counsel you, in the morning of your life to take Him to your heart, Jesus, the sinner's friend. What would I do without him now in the eventide of life ?
We shall be so glad to hear from you often & if you ever come to Perth, make our house your home.
Mother joins with me in love to you,
Believe me,
Your affectionate uncle,
Thos. Rosling
P.S. I omitted my son "Bertie" fine young man in your employ. I think he is 6 foot and a very artistic and good son. I think in his 23rd year. TR
     Thomas died on 25 August 1914 in East Perth, Western Australia. The Dandenong journal 15 Jan 1931 published: The early days of Dandenong... [his wife's brial in Karrakatta] the name of Thomas Rosling at once conjures up memories of Dandenong in the years of long ago. He it was who, during the early seventies, founded the first Dandenong market, and established a flourishing auctioneering business and stock and station agency there. He also owned a valuable station property at Berwick, and was reputed to be a very wealthy man. Some years later he removed to Warragul, while that town was in its infancy, and may be termed one of its earliest business men. During the period that he was resident in Dandenong, Mr. Rosling built a magnificent residence, surrounded by many acresof well-kept grounds, traces of which are to be seen even to the present day. The materials used in the construction of this mansion were all carted from Melbourne over an atrocious road and through the then notorious “glue pot,” of which many of the early pioneers used to tell ome harrowing stories. His carriage and pair were a familiar sight in the
district for many miles around Dan denong, and he himself was financially interested in numerous properties and
other investments over a very large area of country. Like many other different gentlemen of that period, how-
ever, he became a victim of the disastrous land boom, and as a result of heavy losses was forced to relinquish the greater part of his fortune. Leaving Warragul he removed to Melbourne, where for the remainder of his life he was the lessee of the old saleyards, the Victoria Horse Bazaar and Kirk’s Bazaar. In 1874 Mr. Rosling espoused Miss
Dunbar, the eldest daughter of George and Anne Dunbar, both of whom now sleep peacefully in the Dandenong
cemetery, and it is thus a link is formed between the grave in the Karrakatta cemetery and the earliest history of Dandenong.

Children of Thomas Rosling and Frances Elizabeth Dunbar