War of 1812
Below is the Bounty Land Application
filed by ELIZABETH (EVANS) ROSE, widow of JOSEPH ROSE of Vanderburg
County, Indiana. They were
the ancestors of most of the Rose families in White and Hamilton Counties,
Illinois who intermarried often with the Taylor family.
James Taylor gave a deposition in this application.
Contributed by LaVelda Faull. Thanks, LaVelda!
ROSE, War of 1812
50-80 WW 14542
On this 17th day of December AD 1850
personally appeared before me a Notary
Jos(?) Jno? R. GARRIN
ELIZABETH (her O mark) ROSE
Sworn to and subscribed before me the
day and year above written, and I further certify that the said ELIZABETH
ROSE is of the age aforesaid as I believe.
Witness my hand and notorial seal at Evansville, Indiana.
E. GARRIN, Notary Public
State of Indiana
Personally appeared before me a Notary
Public in and for said county on this 17th December A.D. 1850 JAMES TAYLOR
a worthy and credible citizen of said County who being duly sworn deposes
and says that he was acquainted with JOSEPH ROSE dec'd from the year A.D.
1813 up to the time of his death in 1844, that he was in the same Company
and Regt with said ROSE - that the facts set forth in the within
application of his widow ELIZABETH ROSE as to the time of his entering the
service, names of officers, term of service, war, time of discharge &c
are true as therein stated. This
affiant further states that the said ROSE died at said County in the year
A.D. 1844, and that he left the above named applicant ELIZABETH ROSE his
widow, with whom he is also acquainted from having known her from the year
1813 up to this time - that during the whole of the time up to the death
of said ROSE, they lived together as man and wife, that they represented
themselves as such and were looked upon and regarded by the community in
which they lived and by all to whom they were known - affiant further
states that he is disinterested.
Witness my hand and official seal
JAMES (his+mark) TAYLOR
THOS E GARRIN Notary Public
J_(?) R GARRIN(GARVIN?)
State of Indiana
On the 17th day of December A.D. 1850
personally came before me THOMAS E. GARVIN a Notary Public of said County,
MARY HUTCHINSON who being duly sworn on her oath says that she is
acquainted with ELIZABETH ROSE the within applicant, and has known her for
about 20 years last past and that she is widow of JOSEPH ROSE with whom
she was also acquainted, that the said JOSEPH and ELIZABETH lived together
during that time as husband & wife, that they represented themselves
to be suc, and were so reputed and considered by their friends & the
Witness my hand & notorial seal
Commissioner of Pensions
Washington City, D.C.
We herewith send application of ELIZABETH ROSE for Bounty Land for
services o her late husband JOSEPH ROSE, Private Capt Medcalf's Co. 2d
Regt Tennessee Vol. Mil. Col.
Coffee - War of 1812. You
will please send warrant to
BAKER & GARVIN
Dec 18th 1850.
Dec 27/50 (substitute)
3 April (illegible)
W. GALLAHER for 3rd Auditor
A__ 80 acres, DCK
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