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    1. [ROSE] William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose and Louisa Rose all of England around 1831
    2. Bret Busby
    3. Hello. My paternal great-great-grandfather is Michael Horton Busby. He married Louisa Rose, and they had a number of children, before migrating to New Zealand, where they both eventually died and were buried. Some of their children migrated to Australia, and have descendants in Australia. I am from the part of the family that migrated to New Zealand, and I migrated to Australia. I have, after decades of research that stopped in the Busby line, at the information after the wedding of Michael Horton Busby and Louisa Rose, found a copy of the wedding record of Michael Horton Busby, via ancestry.com. The wedding was a wedding by Banns, at St Mary's in Islington, London, England, on 16 July 1831. The witnesses at the wedding, from what I can make out of the writing, are William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose. At familysearch.org, a Louisa Rose is ahown as being christened at St Lukes in Finsbury, London, England (which church features in christenings of the children of Michael and Sarah), on 20 January 1808, having been born 23 December 1807 to William and Sarah Rose. Does anyone have any of these people in their family tree, and any information about the people? Thank you in anticipation. -- Bret Busby Armadale West Australia .............. "So once you do know what the question actually is, you'll know what the answer means." - Deep Thought, Chapter 28 of Book 1 of "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: A Trilogy In Four Parts", written by Douglas Adams, published by Pan Books, 1992 ....................................................

    03/12/2018 11:39:42
    1. [ROSE] Re: William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose and Louisa Rose all of England around 1831
    2. Colin
    3. Brett, I have an unrelated line of Busby in my very large genealogy tree. The couple at the top are Thomas Busby and Mary Ann Grimley married 8/7/1855 St Marks Warwick, Warwickshire, England. Their son Thomas and wife Jane Lacey married 31/12/1881 also at St Marks came to Queensland and had 11 children leaving numerous decendants that resided in Queensland. Would they be connected? I notice you follow the surname of Rose, I also have lots of Rose surnames in Queensland that I may be of assistance to you also. There is a Sarah Rose and John Giles and 2 Louise Rose Queensland born. Regards Colin Hello. My paternal great-great-grandfather is Michael Horton Busby. He married Louisa Rose, and they had a number of children, before migrating to New Zealand, where they both eventually died and were buried. Some of their children migrated to Australia, and have descendants in Australia. I am from the part of the family that migrated to New Zealand, and I migrated to Australia. I have, after decades of research that stopped in the Busby line, at the information after the wedding of Michael Horton Busby and Louisa Rose, found a copy of the wedding record of Michael Horton Busby, via ancestry.com. The wedding was a wedding by Banns, at St Mary's in Islington, London, England, on 16 July 1831. The witnesses at the wedding, from what I can make out of the writing, are William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose. At familysearch.org, a Louisa Rose is ahown as being christened at St Lukes in Finsbury, London, England (which church features in christenings of the children of Michael and Sarah), on 20 January 1808, having been born 23 December 1807 to William and Sarah Rose. Does anyone have any of these people in their family tree, and any information about the people? Thank you in anticipation. -- Bret Busby Armadale West Australia .............. "So once you do know what the question actually is, you'll know what the answer means." - Deep Thought, Chapter 28 of Book 1 of "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: A Trilogy In Four Parts", written by Douglas Adams, published by Pan Books, 1992 ....................................................

    03/12/2018 03:49:38
    1. [ROSE] Re: William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose and Louisa Rose all of England around 1831
    2. Bret Busby
    3. On Tue, 13 Mar 2018, Colin wrote: > Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2018 05:49:38 > From: Colin <larter22@bigpond.com> > Reply-To: rose@rootsweb.com > To: rose@rootsweb.com > Subject: [ROSE] Re: William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose and Louisa Rose all of > England around 1831 > > Brett, I have an unrelated line of Busby in my very large genealogy tree. > > The couple at the top are Thomas Busby and Mary Ann Grimley married 8/7/1855 > St Marks Warwick, Warwickshire, England. Their son Thomas and wife Jane > Lacey married 31/12/1881 also at St Marks came to Queensland and had 11 > children leaving numerous decendants that resided in Queensland. > > Would they be connected? > > I notice you follow the surname of Rose, I also have lots of Rose surnames > in Queensland that I may be of assistance to you also. There is a Sarah Rose > and John Giles and 2 Louise Rose Queensland born. > Regards > Colin > > Hello. > > My paternal great-great-grandfather is Michael Horton Busby. > > He married Louisa Rose, and they had a number of children, before migrating > to New Zealand, where they both eventually died and were buried. > > Some of their children migrated to Australia, and have descendants in > Australia. > > I am from the part of the family that migrated to New Zealand, and I > migrated to Australia. > > I have, after decades of research that stopped in the Busby line, at the > information after the wedding of Michael Horton Busby and Louisa Rose, found > a copy of the wedding record of Michael Horton Busby, via ancestry.com. > > The wedding was a wedding by Banns, at St Mary's in Islington, London, > England, on 16 July 1831. > > The witnesses at the wedding, from what I can make out of the writing, are > William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose. > > At familysearch.org, a Louisa Rose is ahown as being christened at St Lukes > in Finsbury, London, England (which church features in christenings of the > children of Michael and Sarah), on 20 January 1808, having been born 23 > December 1807 to William and Sarah Rose. > > Does anyone have any of these people in their family tree, and any > information about the people? > > Thank you in anticipation. > > -- > Bret Busby > Armadale > West Australia > .............. > > "So once you do know what the question actually is, > you'll know what the answer means." > - Deep Thought, > Chapter 28 of Book 1 of > "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: > A Trilogy In Four Parts", > written by Douglas Adams, > published by Pan Books, 1992 > .................................................... > > Hello, Colin. Thank you for your response. Are any of the Busby line in Queensland, still alive? If so, they may be interested in the web page at www.busbygenealogy.net , if they are interested in genealogy. You may also be interested in visiting the web page, as it describes a few resources that apply to genealogists who are not limited by interests in Busby genealogy. Many years ago, I occasionally got telephone calls from people in Queensland, who thought I was a Busby person from Queensland, who had the same initials as me. Regarding the names Sarah and Louisa, if you go to the web page at http://busby.net/bret/genealogy/MichaeleHortonBusby_det_descendant_report-3g3n-20160318-01.html (hopefully, that URL fits on a single line, to facilitate copying and pasting) you will see the names Sarah and Louisa, flow down through the descendants of the Louisa Rose who is my great-great-grandmother, in both the Australian and New Zealand lines of descendants. Regarding the lineages, and, the question about possible links, whilst, from the limited information that I have, about my Busby ancestry, no link is shown (as yet) to your Warwickshire Busby line, have you considered genealogical DNA analysis? I have received an email newsletter from familytreedna.com, today, advising that they have a "St Patrick's Day Sale" until 2359 18 March PST (the email messages (2) about the sale, do not include the UTC difference for the PST timezone, which I assume to be somewhere around 19 hours behid Westerne Australia, so about 21 hours begind Queensland), with the sale apparently including a 20USD discount for the Family Finder Test, which, I believe, can show probable links going back five generations (I willingly accept correction on that point, if I am wrong in my understanding). That test could perhaps help you find probable links, if you are interested in undergoing the test. And, if the descendants of the Warwickshire Busby line, are interested, they could perhaps undergo Y-DNA testing, as mentioned on the www.busbygenealogy.net web page. With genealogical DNA testing, I thing the "the more, the merrier" definitely applies. -- Bret Busby Armadale West Australia .............. "So once you do know what the question actually is, you'll know what the answer means." - Deep Thought, Chapter 28 of Book 1 of "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: A Trilogy In Four Parts", written by Douglas Adams, published by Pan Books, 1992 ....................................................

    03/13/2018 02:36:24
    1. [ROSE] Re: William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose and Louisa Rose all of England around 1831
    2. Colin
    3. Bret.........There are 65 Busby listed in the telephone book in Queensland as shown in the link below https://www.whitepages.com.au/residential/results?name=busby&location=Queens land and 10 commercial https://www.whitepages.com.au/business/results?name=busby&location=Queenslan d&expand=true Regards Colin On Tue, 13 Mar 2018, Colin wrote: > Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2018 05:49:38 > From: Colin <larter22@bigpond.com> > Reply-To: rose@rootsweb.com > To: rose@rootsweb.com > Subject: [ROSE] Re: William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose and Louisa Rose all of > England around 1831 > > Brett, I have an unrelated line of Busby in my very large genealogy tree. > > The couple at the top are Thomas Busby and Mary Ann Grimley married > 8/7/1855 St Marks Warwick, Warwickshire, England. Their son Thomas and > wife Jane Lacey married 31/12/1881 also at St Marks came to > Queensland and had 11 children leaving numerous decendants that resided in Queensland. > > Would they be connected? > > I notice you follow the surname of Rose, I also have lots of Rose > surnames in Queensland that I may be of assistance to you also. There > is a Sarah Rose and John Giles and 2 Louise Rose Queensland born. > Regards > Colin > > Hello. > > My paternal great-great-grandfather is Michael Horton Busby. > > He married Louisa Rose, and they had a number of children, before > migrating to New Zealand, where they both eventually died and were buried. > > Some of their children migrated to Australia, and have descendants in > Australia. > > I am from the part of the family that migrated to New Zealand, and I > migrated to Australia. > > I have, after decades of research that stopped in the Busby line, at > the information after the wedding of Michael Horton Busby and Louisa > Rose, found a copy of the wedding record of Michael Horton Busby, via ancestry.com. > > The wedding was a wedding by Banns, at St Mary's in Islington, London, > England, on 16 July 1831. > > The witnesses at the wedding, from what I can make out of the writing, > are William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose. > > At familysearch.org, a Louisa Rose is ahown as being christened at St > Lukes in Finsbury, London, England (which church features in > christenings of the children of Michael and Sarah), on 20 January > 1808, having been born 23 December 1807 to William and Sarah Rose. > > Does anyone have any of these people in their family tree, and any > information about the people? > > Thank you in anticipation. > > -- > Bret Busby > Armadale > West Australia > .............. > > "So once you do know what the question actually is, you'll know what > the answer means." > - Deep Thought, > Chapter 28 of Book 1 of > "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: > A Trilogy In Four Parts", > written by Douglas Adams, > published by Pan Books, 1992 > .................................................... > > Hello, Colin. Thank you for your response. Are any of the Busby line in Queensland, still alive? If so, they may be interested in the web page at www.busbygenealogy.net , if they are interested in genealogy. You may also be interested in visiting the web page, as it describes a few resources that apply to genealogists who are not limited by interests in Busby genealogy. Many years ago, I occasionally got telephone calls from people in Queensland, who thought I was a Busby person from Queensland, who had the same initials as me. Regarding the names Sarah and Louisa, if you go to the web page at http://busby.net/bret/genealogy/MichaeleHortonBusby_det_descendant_report-3g 3n-20160318-01.html (hopefully, that URL fits on a single line, to facilitate copying and pasting) you will see the names Sarah and Louisa, flow down through the descendants of the Louisa Rose who is my great-great-grandmother, in both the Australian and New Zealand lines of descendants. Regarding the lineages, and, the question about possible links, whilst, from the limited information that I have, about my Busby ancestry, no link is shown (as yet) to your Warwickshire Busby line, have you considered genealogical DNA analysis? I have received an email newsletter from familytreedna.com, today, advising that they have a "St Patrick's Day Sale" until 2359 18 March PST (the email messages (2) about the sale, do not include the UTC difference for the PST timezone, which I assume to be somewhere around 19 hours behid Westerne Australia, so about 21 hours begind Queensland), with the sale apparently including a 20USD discount for the Family Finder Test, which, I believe, can show probable links going back five generations (I willingly accept correction on that point, if I am wrong in my understanding). That test could perhaps help you find probable links, if you are interested in undergoing the test. And, if the descendants of the Warwickshire Busby line, are interested, they could perhaps undergo Y-DNA testing, as mentioned on the www.busbygenealogy.net web page. With genealogical DNA testing, I thing the "the more, the merrier" definitely applies. -- Bret Busby Armadale West Australia .............. "So once you do know what the question actually is, you'll know what the answer means." - Deep Thought, Chapter 28 of Book 1 of "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: A Trilogy In Four Parts", written by Douglas Adams, published by Pan Books, 1992 ....................................................

    03/13/2018 03:02:40
    1. [ROSE] Re: William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose and Louisa Rose all of England around 1831
    2. James Andrews
    3. Thanks for your information. All of my ROSEs are from Hyde Co North Carolina. Rose C. Andrew \ -----Original Message----- From: Bret Busby [mailto:bret@busby.net] Sent: Monday, March 12, 2018 1:40 PM To: ROSE@rootsweb.com Subject: [ROSE] William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose and Louisa Rose all of England around 1831 Hello. My paternal great-great-grandfather is Michael Horton Busby. He married Louisa Rose, and they had a number of children, before migrating to New Zealand, where they both eventually died and were buried. Some of their children migrated to Australia, and have descendants in Australia. I am from the part of the family that migrated to New Zealand, and I migrated to Australia. I have, after decades of research that stopped in the Busby line, at the information after the wedding of Michael Horton Busby and Louisa Rose, found a copy of the wedding record of Michael Horton Busby, via ancestry.com. The wedding was a wedding by Banns, at St Mary's in Islington, London, England, on 16 July 1831. The witnesses at the wedding, from what I can make out of the writing, are William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose. At familysearch.org, a Louisa Rose is ahown as being christened at St Lukes in Finsbury, London, England (which church features in christenings of the children of Michael and Sarah), on 20 January 1808, having been born 23 December 1807 to William and Sarah Rose. Does anyone have any of these people in their family tree, and any information about the people? Thank you in anticipation. -- Bret Busby Armadale West Australia .............. "So once you do know what the question actually is, you'll know what the answer means." - Deep Thought, Chapter 28 of Book 1 of "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: A Trilogy In Four Parts", written by Douglas Adams, published by Pan Books, 1992 ....................................................

    03/13/2018 09:47:35
    1. [ROSE] Re: William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose and Louisa Rose all of England around 1831
    2. All my Roses are from Hyde County NC as well James! I'm just trying to find out how they got there and where they came from. Can you be of any help? I've hit a brick wall! > On Mar 13, 2018, at 10:47, James Andrews <ncjim@suddenlink.net> wrote: > > Thanks for your information. All of my ROSEs are from Hyde Co North > Carolina. > Rose C. Andrew > \ > -----Original Message----- > From: Bret Busby [mailto:bret@busby.net] > Sent: Monday, March 12, 2018 1:40 PM > To: ROSE@rootsweb.com > Subject: [ROSE] William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose and Louisa Rose all of > England around 1831 > > Hello. > > My paternal great-great-grandfather is Michael Horton Busby. > > He married Louisa Rose, and they had a number of children, before migrating > to New Zealand, where they both eventually died and were buried. > > Some of their children migrated to Australia, and have descendants in > Australia. > > I am from the part of the family that migrated to New Zealand, and I > migrated to Australia. > > I have, after decades of research that stopped in the Busby line, at the > information after the wedding of Michael Horton Busby and Louisa Rose, found > a copy of the wedding record of Michael Horton Busby, via ancestry.com. > > The wedding was a wedding by Banns, at St Mary's in Islington, London, > England, on 16 July 1831. > > The witnesses at the wedding, from what I can make out of the writing, are > William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose. > > At familysearch.org, a Louisa Rose is ahown as being christened at St Lukes > in Finsbury, London, England (which church features in christenings of the > children of Michael and Sarah), on 20 January 1808, having been born 23 > December 1807 to William and Sarah Rose. > > Does anyone have any of these people in their family tree, and any > information about the people? > > Thank you in anticipation. > > -- > Bret Busby > Armadale > West Australia > .............. > > "So once you do know what the question actually is, > you'll know what the answer means." > - Deep Thought, > Chapter 28 of Book 1 of > "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: > A Trilogy In Four Parts", > written by Douglas Adams, > published by Pan Books, 1992 > .................................................... > > > >

    03/14/2018 07:52:15
    1. [ROSE] Re: William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose and Louisa Rose all of England around 1831
    2. James Andrews
    3. My gr grandfather was John Edward Rose, born 1851 and died 1878 in Hyde Co NC. He is my brick wall. He married Nancy Carawan. They had one child, Tina Rose, my grandmother. Rose -----Original Message----- From: nuclearsailor@gmail.com [mailto:nuclearsailor@gmail.com] Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2018 9:52 AM To: rose@rootsweb.com Subject: [ROSE] Re: William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose and Louisa Rose all of England around 1831 All my Roses are from Hyde County NC as well James! I'm just trying to find out how they got there and where they came from. Can you be of any help? I've hit a brick wall! > On Mar 13, 2018, at 10:47, James Andrews <ncjim@suddenlink.net> wrote: > > Thanks for your information. All of my ROSEs are from Hyde Co North > Carolina. > Rose C. Andrew > \ > -----Original Message----- > From: Bret Busby [mailto:bret@busby.net] > Sent: Monday, March 12, 2018 1:40 PM > To: ROSE@rootsweb.com > Subject: [ROSE] William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose and Louisa Rose all > of England around 1831 > > Hello. > > My paternal great-great-grandfather is Michael Horton Busby. > > He married Louisa Rose, and they had a number of children, before > migrating to New Zealand, where they both eventually died and were buried. > > Some of their children migrated to Australia, and have descendants in > Australia. > > I am from the part of the family that migrated to New Zealand, and I > migrated to Australia. > > I have, after decades of research that stopped in the Busby line, at > the information after the wedding of Michael Horton Busby and Louisa > Rose, found a copy of the wedding record of Michael Horton Busby, via ancestry.com. > > The wedding was a wedding by Banns, at St Mary's in Islington, London, > England, on 16 July 1831. > > The witnesses at the wedding, from what I can make out of the writing, > are William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose. > > At familysearch.org, a Louisa Rose is ahown as being christened at St > Lukes in Finsbury, London, England (which church features in > christenings of the children of Michael and Sarah), on 20 January > 1808, having been born 23 December 1807 to William and Sarah Rose. > > Does anyone have any of these people in their family tree, and any > information about the people? > > Thank you in anticipation. > > -- > Bret Busby > Armadale > West Australia > .............. > > "So once you do know what the question actually is, you'll know what > the answer means." > - Deep Thought, > Chapter 28 of Book 1 of > "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: > A Trilogy In Four Parts", > written by Douglas Adams, > published by Pan Books, 1992 > .................................................... > > > >

    03/14/2018 11:37:16
    1. [ROSE] Re: William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose and Louisa Rose all of England around 1831
    2. James, my GE grandfather was John Edward Rose but, he was born in 1866 and died in 1961. Also born in Hyde County. I'm guessing you and I are related in some way. Have you had you Y-DNA tested? > On Mar 14, 2018, at 12:37, James Andrews <ncjim@suddenlink.net> wrote: > > My gr grandfather was John Edward Rose, born 1851 and died 1878 in Hyde Co > NC. He is my brick wall. He married Nancy Carawan. They had one child, > Tina Rose, my grandmother. > > Rose > > > > -----Original Message----- > From: nuclearsailor@gmail.com [mailto:nuclearsailor@gmail.com] > Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2018 9:52 AM > To: rose@rootsweb.com > Subject: [ROSE] Re: William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose and Louisa Rose all > of England around 1831 > > All my Roses are from Hyde County NC as well James! I'm just trying to find > out how they got there and where they came from. Can you be of any help? > I've hit a brick wall! > >> On Mar 13, 2018, at 10:47, James Andrews <ncjim@suddenlink.net> wrote: >> >> Thanks for your information. All of my ROSEs are from Hyde Co North >> Carolina. >> Rose C. Andrew >> \ >> -----Original Message----- >> From: Bret Busby [mailto:bret@busby.net] >> Sent: Monday, March 12, 2018 1:40 PM >> To: ROSE@rootsweb.com >> Subject: [ROSE] William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose and Louisa Rose all >> of England around 1831 >> >> Hello. >> >> My paternal great-great-grandfather is Michael Horton Busby. >> >> He married Louisa Rose, and they had a number of children, before >> migrating to New Zealand, where they both eventually died and were buried. >> >> Some of their children migrated to Australia, and have descendants in >> Australia. >> >> I am from the part of the family that migrated to New Zealand, and I >> migrated to Australia. >> >> I have, after decades of research that stopped in the Busby line, at >> the information after the wedding of Michael Horton Busby and Louisa >> Rose, found a copy of the wedding record of Michael Horton Busby, via > ancestry.com. >> >> The wedding was a wedding by Banns, at St Mary's in Islington, London, >> England, on 16 July 1831. >> >> The witnesses at the wedding, from what I can make out of the writing, >> are William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose. >> >> At familysearch.org, a Louisa Rose is ahown as being christened at St >> Lukes in Finsbury, London, England (which church features in >> christenings of the children of Michael and Sarah), on 20 January >> 1808, having been born 23 December 1807 to William and Sarah Rose. >> >> Does anyone have any of these people in their family tree, and any >> information about the people? >> >> Thank you in anticipation. >> >> -- >> Bret Busby >> Armadale >> West Australia >> .............. >> >> "So once you do know what the question actually is, you'll know what >> the answer means." >> - Deep Thought, >> Chapter 28 of Book 1 of >> "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: >> A Trilogy In Four Parts", >> written by Douglas Adams, >> published by Pan Books, 1992 >> .................................................... >> >> >> >> > > > >

    03/15/2018 07:05:23
    1. [ROSE] Re: William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose and Louisa Rose all of England around 1831
    2. James Andrews
    3. I have had my DNA tested by Ancestry.com. I have received three emails from different people and I have found three third cousins. If you have had your DNA tested by someone other than Ancestry.com, I do not know if they match up with Ancestry.com. I have Family Tree Maker and I have checked for any Edward Rose born in 1866. No luck. There are lots of EDWARD ROSEs in Hyde Co. I have been to the courthouse in Swan Quarters and also on the Hyde Co Website. The Hyde Co Website is the best that I have seen. My DNA says I am 1% Native American. The Hyde Co website states that if your surname is SQUIRES, ROSE, ETC. you probably have some Native American ancestery. I tease my husband by saying that I had ancestors in the "Lost Colony." Rose -----Original Message----- From: nuclearsailor@gmail.com [mailto:nuclearsailor@gmail.com] Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2018 9:05 AM To: rose@rootsweb.com Subject: [ROSE] Re: William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose and Louisa Rose all of England around 1831 James, my GE grandfather was John Edward Rose but, he was born in 1866 and died in 1961. Also born in Hyde County. I'm guessing you and I are related in some way. Have you had you Y-DNA tested? > On Mar 14, 2018, at 12:37, James Andrews <ncjim@suddenlink.net> wrote: > > My gr grandfather was John Edward Rose, born 1851 and died 1878 in > Hyde Co NC. He is my brick wall. He married Nancy Carawan. They had > one child, Tina Rose, my grandmother. > > Rose > > > > -----Original Message----- > From: nuclearsailor@gmail.com [mailto:nuclearsailor@gmail.com] > Sent: Wednesday, March 14, 2018 9:52 AM > To: rose@rootsweb.com > Subject: [ROSE] Re: William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose and Louisa Rose > all of England around 1831 > > All my Roses are from Hyde County NC as well James! I'm just trying to > find out how they got there and where they came from. Can you be of any help? > I've hit a brick wall! > >> On Mar 13, 2018, at 10:47, James Andrews <ncjim@suddenlink.net> wrote: >> >> Thanks for your information. All of my ROSEs are from Hyde Co North >> Carolina. >> Rose C. Andrew >> \ >> -----Original Message----- >> From: Bret Busby [mailto:bret@busby.net] >> Sent: Monday, March 12, 2018 1:40 PM >> To: ROSE@rootsweb.com >> Subject: [ROSE] William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose and Louisa Rose >> all of England around 1831 >> >> Hello. >> >> My paternal great-great-grandfather is Michael Horton Busby. >> >> He married Louisa Rose, and they had a number of children, before >> migrating to New Zealand, where they both eventually died and were buried. >> >> Some of their children migrated to Australia, and have descendants in >> Australia. >> >> I am from the part of the family that migrated to New Zealand, and I >> migrated to Australia. >> >> I have, after decades of research that stopped in the Busby line, at >> the information after the wedding of Michael Horton Busby and Louisa >> Rose, found a copy of the wedding record of Michael Horton Busby, via > ancestry.com. >> >> The wedding was a wedding by Banns, at St Mary's in Islington, >> London, England, on 16 July 1831. >> >> The witnesses at the wedding, from what I can make out of the >> writing, are William Willis Rose and Sarah Rose. >> >> At familysearch.org, a Louisa Rose is ahown as being christened at St >> Lukes in Finsbury, London, England (which church features in >> christenings of the children of Michael and Sarah), on 20 January >> 1808, having been born 23 December 1807 to William and Sarah Rose. >> >> Does anyone have any of these people in their family tree, and any >> information about the people? >> >> Thank you in anticipation. >> >> -- >> Bret Busby >> Armadale >> West Australia >> .............. >> >> "So once you do know what the question actually is, you'll know what >> the answer means." >> - Deep Thought, >> Chapter 28 of Book 1 of >> "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy: >> A Trilogy In Four Parts", >> written by Douglas Adams, >> published by Pan Books, 1992 >> .................................................... >> >> >> >> > > > >

    03/15/2018 08:44:40