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William Rose was born 1757 in Granville County, NC and was son of William and Amy Langston. His SAR Patriot # is: P-281825 and his DAR Ancestor # is A098164.
He was married to Elizabeth Merritt (1758-1857). They were parents of eleven children: William, Christena, Hudson, Ilied, Ann, Ephraim, Nancy, Mary, Benjamin, Amy, and Elizabeth.
William served as an Ensign in the North Carolina Militia under his uncle Lt. Joseph Langston and brother-in-law Captain Stephen Merritt.
His widow, Elizabeth Merritt Rose applied for a Widow’s RW pension # S.W.8554. William died on 12 Feb. 1835 and is buried in the William Rose/Partin Cemetery in White Ash, Whitley County, Kentucky.
by Compatriot William T. Siler
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Now, over one hundred and twenty years later, we can act as Compatriot Grant described. In collaboration with the Patriot and Grave Index found at National web site, we are able to attach a biography, supplied by Compatriots, to our ancestor's in that database. The goal of the Committee is not to validate/verify the stories submitted; it is to share and provide a repository of those scattered bits of history.
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