I spent a little time this morning on Ancestry trying to figure out your missing links and came up with this:
Johannes had 6 daughters and two sons. The son who had sons is
Elisha (Elias) Roosa (b.30 Jul 1769 Shawangunk, Ulster, NY)…"
I do not belong to the Rose Family Assn., but I've visited that web site often. There is also a Roosa family group that meets annually. Don't belong to that one either as they seem to be east coast oriented and I live in…"
"Thanks for replying Carolyn.
I have not been on Ancestry for a few years. Thanks for the offer.
I will put my REED lineage on the REED site. My earliest is Moses bn 1789 MA. He is my brick wall.
Do you belong to the…"
Yes, it's the same family, but I'm sorry to say I can't help you with your brick wall. Do you have a membership with ancestry.com? If not, I'd be happy to do some digging and see what I can find. I will…"
"Dear Jim and Carolyn,
I'm your cousin, Don Rose. I have the same problem as you, Jim. I was pleased, after many years of research, to find my ROSE roots through DNA testing by Family Tree DNA.
I discovered that I am a descendant of…"
"Hi Jim, sorry I've taken so long to get back to you, but I just have to figure out how this site works. My Peter Rose is buried in Corning, Steuben, NY at Hope Cemetery. My email address is email@example.com."
"Very interesting. I believe Philip B. was buried next to a Peter Rose. I haven't seen the stones to be sure but they are both listed in the same cemetery in Brunswick and those dates look pretty close. I'm not sure how to send you…"
"Jim, my mother was a Rose and the 8th g-grandaughter of Aldert Heymanse Roosa of Hurley, Ulster, NY. My line goes from Aldert to Arien (Ary) Heymanse Roosa (1645-1725), Evert Roosa (1679-1728), Arie Roosa (1703-1742), Petrus Roosa (1737-1796),…"
I've been trying to find the "Missing Link"! I've got records going forward from Aldert Heymanse Roosa of the Netherlands up to Cornelius Roosa who moved to Schaghticoke NY around 1780. Then, I've got solid documenation going back to Philip B. Rose in Schaghticoke in 1830. It's the gap I'm trying to figure out. I am pretty confident about the connection with Cornelius because I did a DNA test. If anyone is looking at the same stuff I'd love to compare notes.
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