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the ROSE in Archer St Cemetery, Masterton

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the ROSE in Archer St Cemetery, Masterton, New Zealand as at 1-11-2010:
- some birth dates may be based on age at death -

ALBERT MURDOCH Rose
- married Annie Katherine Goldsmith in 1902
- born 1871
- died 30-12-1928 aged 57

ALMA Rose
- born 1888
- died 25-6-1948 aged 60

ANNIE KATHERINE Rose (nee GOLDSMITH)
- married Albert Murdock Rose in 1902
- born 1876
- died 7-9-1954 aged 78

ELSIE ROSE Rose (nee LAWTON)
- married Percival Guy Rose in 1913
- born 1887
- died 9-9-1938 aged 51

ERNEST JOHN Rose
- born 1867
- was Vice President and one of the 'famous four' oar crew, of the Wellington Rowing Club. The
other crew members were: Tom SULLIVAN (became a professional sculler in England), Mr McKAY (went
to Australia) & Mr BRIDSON
- died 11-2-1933 aged 66

FLORENCE ERNESTINE Rose
- born 1877
- died 12-12-1931 aged 54

JOHN Rose
- born 1844
- died 12-2-1919 aged 75

LORRAINE DORIS MARGA Rose
- born 1941
- died 21-8-1941 aged 10 weeks

MARION BEATRICE Rose
- born 1917
- died 16-12-2007 aged 90
- buried with Grace Annie FALLOON

MARY Rose (nee DAGG)
- born 1872
- married Ernest John Rose in 1899
- died 21-10-1956 aged 84

PERCIVAL GUY Rose
- married Elsie Rose LAWTON in 1913
- born 1881
- died 13-4-1943 aged 62

WILLIAM Rose
- born 1884
- died 9-9-1950 aged 66

Surnames: BRIDSON DAGG FALLOON GOLDSMITH LAWTON MCKAY ROSE SULLIVAN
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