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Re: Aaron Rose b. 1813 of Roseburg Fame
Posted by: Mallory Smith (ID *****6517) Date: September 26, 2010 at 19:43:14
In Reply to: Re: Aaron Rose b. 1813 of Roseburg Fame by JoAnn McLeroy of 355

Aaron's first wife was Minerva Kellogg (Michigan marriage records, married 9 Apr 1840 Wastenaw co MI) Aaron bio is just flat out wrong. Minevera Kellogg Rose died 15 Sep 1843 in childbirth with daughter Lucy. Lucy Rose married Rufus Mallory b 1831 NY to Samuel Mallory and Lucretia Davis. Aaron second wife was Sarah Chauncy. Lucy and her sister hated Sarah....who threatened to kill Aaron if they told him of her mistreatment of them. (Oregon Journal interview with Lucy)


(7) Rep. Rufus Mallory 10 Jan 1831 Coventry, NY Alfred University, moved to New London Iowa, taught school 1855-1858, moved to Roseburg OR in 1858 Ship’s log of SS Henry Chauncey shows Hon Rufus Mallory sailing from NYC to Aspinwall on 11 Jul 1867. d 30 Apr 1914 Portland, OR cremated Oregon Cremation Association = 24 Jun 1860 Roseburg, Douglas Co. OR by Justice of the Peace Jas. L White. Lucy A Rose 15 Sep 1843 Girard Branch Co, Michigan d 3 Sep 1920 in her home in San Jose, Ca (Aaron P Rose 20/25 Jun 1813 Ulster Co NY d 1 mar 1899 Roseburg OR = Minverva Kellogg was 9 Apr 1840, Washtenaw county, Mich. Girard, Michigan Minerva Kellog c 1820 d 15 Sep 1843 childbirth with Lucy) Aaron Rose opened a tavern 23 Sep 1851 at the confluence of the Umpqua River and Deer Creek. Rose’s public house proved popular, and Deer Creek began to grow. A post office opened on Sep 28, 1852. Deer Creek changed its name to Roseburgh and in 1854 won the county seat from Winchester, partly through the support of sympathetic voters in Lookingglass Valley. Rose gave three acres of land and $1000 for the court house. Lucy Rose Mallory was a writer and corresponded with Leo Tolstoi) (Rufus was member of Congress and gave a speech in defense of Andrew Johnson 24 Feb 1868.) (Aaron Rose married (2) Sarah Chauncy and (3) Frances Arrington)


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