Catherine Bernard Rose

  • Birth: 30 DEC 1829 Harper's Ferry, Shenandoah Valley, VA.
  • Death: 19 SEP 1902 Neosho Co KS
  • Burial: KS-Neosho-Galesburg-Mt. Hope Cemetery
  • Sex: F
  • Living: N

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F.A. Weast: “Catherine Bernard Dildine was the daughter of Daniel and Susanna (Brown) Rose, whose mother was kidnapped and brought to the colonies from Cornwall, England.

Migrated with her parents in 1849 to Indiana.

Note: FA Weast gives DOB. Conflicts with 1870 census which indicates ca. 1831.

1870 Federal Census. Age 39 living in Neosha Co., Kansas with husband Ralph, age 41 and 9 children.

Source: Anna Elsa Auwarter Dildine's book: 'daughter of Daniel Rose, (born May 16, 1781, died Nov. 19, 1869) and Susannah Brown, (born April 2, 1792, died Jan. 15, 1849) was born Dec. 30, 1829, in Virginia. Went to Blackfort Co. Indiana in 1849. Married Ralph on Nov. 7, 1850, in Blackfort Co. Died Sept. 19, 1902, in Neosho Co. Buried at Galesburg.

Source: Anna Elsa Auwarter Dildine (via Susan Zeni), wrote that much of her descendant chart information came from Lena Dildine Wolford, daughter of Ira Dildine. About Catherine Bernard Rose she wrote (I am quoting from the book): Catherine Rose was English, very prim and strict. Muzzie said she was a very cold woman. It is said that she didn't approve of hanging underwear outside on the line to dry so people could see it, although someone said it was better to show that you had underwear than none at all. With ten children, perhaps there was no time to laugh or be gay. She must have been a brave person though. One day, when Indians were prowling around the house and she was washing, she poured boiling water out of the window onto them.' (end of quote from 'Looking Back')

November 4th 1850

RALPH DILLDINE	TO	CATHARINE B.ROSE

Be it remembered that on the fourth day of November

A.D. 1350 the following marriage license was so issued as follows, To Wit:

THE STATE OF INDIANA SS: BLACKFORD COUNTY

TO ANY PERSON DULY AUTHORIZED TO SOLEMIZE MARRIAGES IN BLACKFOED COUNTY GREETINGS;

You are hereby duly authorized to join together as Husband and Wife;

RALPH DILLDINE AND CATHARINE B. ROSE

In testimony whereof I, JOHN J. COOK, CLERK OF THE BLACKFORD CIRCUIT COURT, have hereunto set my hand and applied the seal of said Court at Hartford City, Indiana this 4th day of November A. D. 1850.

John J. Cook, Clerk

(SEAL)	Blackford Circuit Court.
A TRUE RECORD

And afterwards, Towit on the 26th day of November 1350 the following certificate, Towit;

STATE OF INDIANA SS: BLACKFORD COUNTY

I, M. Black a Minister of the Gospel in said County, do certify that on the seventh day of November 1850 I bound together as husband and wife:

***RALPH DILLDINE and CATHARINE B. ROSE

Given under my hand this 26th day of November 1850.

(signed)	14. Black

John J. Cook, Clerk

	Blackford Circuit Court.

(attest)

* “Catherine Bernard Rose Photo”: * Debbie Petterson * 07/26/2005

See pic of Ralph Dildine and info about source

 
 
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