Family Group Sheet data from: Emery Hovermale Hovermale2000@aol.com / Pat Combs O'Dell - genpat@netins.net ; Carol McKenzie, York, Ne
husband
John Rose
birthdate and birthplace
Va
death date, place
06 Aug 1868 Page Co, Ia
burial
 
1st marriage
Tenn
2nd marriage
17 May 1859 Page Co, Ia: Rebecca Goodwin
father
 
mother
 
wife
Rebecca Goodwin
birthdate and place
Jan 1841 Morgan County, Oh [birthdate from 1900 census]
deathdate and place
12 Aug 1935 Wray, Yuma County, Colo
burial
Grandview Cemetery, Wray, Yuma County, Colo
father
Henry Goodwin
mother
Lucinda Luellen/Lewellen
CHILDREN
#1 Isaac Henry Rose born 31 Aug 1860 Page Co, Ia
married 15 Jun 1904: Nettie May Logan
died 03 Jan 1929 Wray, Yuma Co, Colo
buried Grandview Cem, Wray, Yuma County, Colo
#2 [Elvie] Lucinda Rose born 20 Aug 1862 Page Co, Ia
married 14 May 1880 Taylor Co, Ia: William M. Helmick
married 24 Feb 1885 Page Co, Ia: John Loy Weaver
died 28 Jan 1943
buried  
#3 Nettie Jane Rose born 03 Apr 1864 Page Co, Ia
married 01 Jan 1880 Taylor Co, Ia: George Gray
died 09 Dec 1955 Richland, Pulaski Co, Mo
buried 13 Dec 1955 Mountain View Cem, Rapid City, Pennington Co, SDak
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1850 Census Ray County, Missouri, #1335
Zadoc Luellen, 65, m, Pa, farmer
Sarah Luellen, 56, f, Ohio
James Luellen, 20, m, Ohio
Zadoc Luellen, 16, m, Ohio
John Luellen, 19, m, Ohio
Sarah Luellen, 15, f, Ohio
Rebecca Goodwin, 8, f, Ohio
 
1856 Census Page County, Nebraska Twp, Ia #61.65
John Rose, 58, m, widower, 5 yr in Ia, Va, farmer
Elizabeth Rose, 16, f, 5 yr in Ia, Ill
Rebecca Goodin, 15 f, 3 yr in Ia, Oh
Lenard Logan, 35, m 5 yr in Ia, Ind
 
1860 Census Page County, Nebraska Twp, Ia #342
John Rose, 58, m, Va, farmer
Rebecka Rose, 18, f, Oh
Elizabeth Rose, 21, f, Ill
John L. Lewallen, 7 m Ia
Lenard Logan, 50, m Ind, farmer
 
1870 Census Page County, Nodaway Twp, Iowa
Magby Richard, 45, Tenn, farmer
Elizabeth Richard, 30 f Ill
Rebecca Rose, 28, f Oh
Isaac A. Rose, 9 m Ia
Lucinda Rose 7 f Ia
Nancy Jane Rose 6 f Ia
Joseph R. Shroff, 28, Md, photographer
 
1880 Census Taylor County, Dallas Twp, Ia #39.40
John Aid 65, married in year, Va Va NJ
Rebecca Aid 37, married in year, Oh Ky Oh
Stillman Aid, 15, son Ks Va NY
William Aid, 9, son Ks Va NY
 
1900 Census Arapahoe County, Idalia Precinct, Colorado
Isaac Rose, Aug 1853 46, single, Ia Pa Oh
Rebecca Aid, Jan 1841, 59, widow, mother, Oh unk Oh
Minnie B. Aid, Jan 1883, 17, sister, Ia Oh Ky
 
1910 Census Arapahoe County, Idalia Precinct, Colorado #447
Isaac Rose, 50, married once / 6 yrs, Ia Tenn Oh
Nettie Rose, 37, married once / 6 yrs, Ks Ia Ia
Vesta M. Rose, 5, dau Colo
Mabel Rose, 3 dau Colo
Henry Rose, 1 4/12 Colo
Ada Rose, 68, mother, widowed, 8 children/5 living, Oh Oh Oh
 
 
1935 Sep
New Market Items - Mrs Rebecca Aid of Ray [Wray], Colo., passed away at her home September 12, at the age of 96 years. Five generations were living up until the time of her death. She is the step-mother of S.B. Aid of New Market and lived in New Market about 35 years ago.
 
1935 - MRS REBECCA AID LONG TIME RESIDENT EXPIRED THURSDAY

Mrs Rebecca Aid, a pioneer mother and long time resident of this community, expired last Thursday at the home of her daughter, Mrs Wm Benson, at the age of 96 years, 8 months and 6 days.

Rebecca Goodin was born at Guthrie, Mo., January 6, 1839, and departed this life August 12, 1935. She was baptized and joined the Christian church at the age of 12 years in Hollyville, Ia., and continued in that faith until the end. While living in Hollyville she was united in marriage to John Rose and to this union six children were born, three dying in infancy.

Mr Rose passed away in 1868. After remaining alone almost 10 years, she was again united in marriage to Mr John Aid in 1877, at Bedford, Ia. Two children were born to this union. Mrs Aid moved to Yuma County, Colo., in 1892 and lived at Idalia until 23 years ago when she moved to Wray where she has since made her home. The last five years she has made her home with Mrs Mary Benson and family.

She leaves to mourn her departure four daughters--Mrs Benson and Mrs Lucinda Weaver of Wray, Mrs Nettie Gray of Bend, S.D., and Mrs Belle Cook of Denver, Colo. Her only son, Ike Rose, departed this life January 3, 1928. She had four step-children, three of them still living. They are Will Aid of Shenandoah, Ia., Stillman Aid of New Market, Ia., Louisa Perry of Emmett, Calif. She also leaves 32 grandchildren, 65 great grandchildren and 13 great great grandchildren. Many of her loved ones came from far and near to pay their last respects to the departed.

Mrs Aid has continued in quite good health for one of her age, although she has not been able to go far from home for some time. She was able to be up and around until a few days before her death. Recently she expressed a desire to go. Whether sick or well, she was always anxious to have prayer and, with tears in her eyes would thank those who called to encourage her.

The Hitchcock Mortuary was in charge of the funeral arrangements, services being held Sunday, September 15, at 2 pm from the Nazarene Church in Wray. The services were conducted by Rev Mrs Haug of Brush, Colo., and Rev J.E. Coe of Wray. She was laid to rest in Grandview cemetery.

Just beyond the river Jordan, / Just beyond the chilling tide, / There is rest and life eternal, / Through its vale sweet waters glide, / We will meet you some brith morning, / Resitng by the tree of life so fair, / Just beside the River Jordan, / In the upper garden, there.