Mary Rose

F, (July 1844 - 12 June 1907)
Father-Biological*Eleazer Rose1
Mother-Biological*Leonara ______1
Family Lines
Whelpley Line
Last Edited=3 May 2022
Gravestone of Mary Seymour
     Mary Rose was born in July 1844 at Williston, Vermont.1,2 She was the daughter of Eleazer Rose and Leonara ______.1

Mary Rose, age 22, married Charles Seymour, age 23 , son of Isaac Seymour and Rachel Louisa ______, on 8 June 1867 at Manchester, New Hampshire.1,2 Mary, age 25 years, and Charles, age 25 years, appeared on the US Census of 1870 at Manchester, New Hampshire.3 Mary, age 35 years, and Charles, age 35 years, appeared on the US Census of 1880 at Berlin, Washington County, Vermont.4 Mary, age 55 years, and Charles, age 55 years, appeared on the US Census of 1900 at Berlin, Washington County, Vermont.2 Mary's obituary of 12 June 1907, reads:

Had Been Resident of Berlin 40 Years

Mary, wife of Charles Seymour, died at her home near Brown's mills at 4.45 o'clock this morning, after, several weeks' illness with what appeared at first to be peritonitis, but which later developed into pneumonia.

She was born to Wllllston 63 years ago, the 26th of next month, and was a daughter of Eleeier and Leanora Rose. At an early age she came to this city to live and received her education in this city and Berlin, where she lived until 1867 when she was married June 8 of the same year to Mr Seymour in Manchester. N. N, where they lived for several years, later coming to Berlin and have since made their home in that town.

No children were born to them but thev adopted a son of his brother. The deceased is survived among other relatives bv her husband, their adopted son, Frink, of Boston, a brother, Frank Rose, of Rutland, and three sisters, Emily, Aeries and Mary, in New Hampshire.

The' funeral will be held at 2 o’clock Friday afternoon from the house with burial in West Berlin.5

She died on 12 June 1907 at Berlin, Washington County, Vermont, at age 62 from peritonitis and pneumonia.6 She was buried at West Berlin Cemetery, West Berlin, Vermont.7

Child of Mary Rose and Charles Seymour


  1. New Hampshire Bureau of Vital Records. New Hampshire, U.S., Marriage and Divorce Records, 1659-1947. Provoi, Utah: Operations, 2013.
  2. Census Bureau. 1900 U.S. Federal Census. Provo, Utah: Operations, 2004.
  3. Census Bureau. 1870 U.S. Federal Census. Provoi, Utah: Operations, 2009.
  4. Census Bureau. 1880 U.S. Federal Census. Lehi, Utah: Operations, 2010.
  5. Montpelier Evening Argus, "Mrs. Seymour Dead" Montpelier, Vermont, 12 June 1907.
  6. New England Historic Genealogical Society. Vermont, Vital Records, 1720-1908. Provo, Utah: Operations, 2013.
  7. Find-a-Grave. Online
  8. The Burlington Free Press, "Northfield Man Dies In Burlington Hospital Polisher In Stoneshed" Burlington, Vermoont, 26 August 1933.