Captain David Rose, Jr.


From the book The Refugees of 1766 from Long Island to Connecticut, by Fredric Mather, 1913

ROSE DAVID, JR., 6. CAPT. (David 5, 4, John 3, 2, Robert i)-From Southampton to North Branford; from whence, on Aug- 4, 1779, he wrote to Samuel Barker recommending a pass to L. I. for Isaac Smith. (E. 28) He signed the Association, in 1775. (H. 12) He was probably a private in Col. Smith's Regt. (G. 7, 3o) His title, Capt., came in the War of 1812. David Rose, Sr.--Census of 1776: Males-above 5o years,1 above 16, 1; under 16, x. Females-above 16, 1; under 16, 1. (A. 53) The son above 16 was probably Capt. David, Jr., who was b. in 1753, d. July 23, 1836. He m. (i) Mary, dau. of Stephen Rogers (See Rogers), who d. in 1800, aged 44; M. (2) Widow Nancy Jessup, who died Apr. 22, 1845, aged 66. His children were: Hannah 7, m.- Capt. Herrick Rogers, son of Capt. Zephaniah Rogers (See Rogers); Nancy 7, in. Micaiah Herrick; Emma 7, m.- Capt. Edward White; David Rogers 7; Harriet 7, in. Silas Riggs; John 7, b. in 1802, d. July 16, 1854, s. p-; Mary 7, in. Jacob Drake; and Austin 7. David R. 7, b. in 1798, m. Mary White b - in 1800 His children were: Capt. Jetur R. 8; Emma 8, m. John Rickard; and David Harold 8. Capt. Jetur R. 8, b. in 1823; m. Cardin: dau. of John Benedict; and had, Emma 9, b. in 1856. David Harold 8, b. in 1840 m. (i) Mary, dau. of Henry Halsey, M. (2) Eleanor, daughter of Albert Hildreth-a daughter, Mary 9, by first marriage, and two sons and a daughter., by second marriage. (Howell, as above. Also Mr. Addison M. Cook)
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