Rosewarne Genealogy Page

Published: November 30, 2005    Last modified: November 4, 2016

...A search online for 'Rosewarne' provided a link to the 'Rosewarne Genealogy Page' which includes the 'Rosewarne Family Database'. Though I have not had the time to browse all this site I did find the following marriage: Thomas 31 Jul 1851 Emily GREAVES Rotherham YKS I cannot yet be certain this is the marriage I am looking for but thanks to the small number of Rosewarnes in the Sheffield area I think there is a good possibility the maiden name of Emily ROSEWARNE is 'GREAVES'. Notes: Further research records the birth place of Emily GREAVES 1832-Deceased' as Harthill, Rotherham,...

Thomas Rosewarne 1823-1895 and Emily Rosewarne 1832-Deceased: Census 1871: Transcription

Published: November 29, 2005    Last modified: November 14, 2016

...My transcription of the England and Wales Census 1871 for the household of one Thomas ROSEWARNE 1823-1895 reveals the younger Emily ROSEWARNE 1865-1944 age 6 years. FHJ Ref: 027 Census: England and Wales Census 1871 Place: 115 King Street, Sheffield, Yorkshire, England Household: Thomas Rosewarne SURNAME FIRST NAME(S) REL STATUS SEX AGE OCCUPATION WHERE BORN REMARKS Rosewarne Thomas Head Married Male 47 Rosewarne Emily Wife Married Female 39 Rosewarne Charles Son Single Male 15 Rosewarne Henry Richard Son Single Male 12 Rosewarne Edward Son Single Male 10 Rosewarne Emily Daughter Single Female 6 To view this table full width...

Henry Richard Rosewarne: England and Wales Census 1891: Transcription

Published: January 10, 2017    Last modified: February 16, 2017

...While conducting research for my previous post, I as usual sidetracked, this time on the family name of Rosewarne. I was tracing descendants of my ggg grandparents Thomas ROSEWARNE 1823-1895 and Emily ROSEWARNE (née Emily GREAVES 1832-Deceased) through various England and Wales censuses and parish records, though as usual, my research culminated in more confusion. While carrying out on-line research I make text notes of any snippets of information that I think may be of use in future research. Many of these notes are just 'cut'n'pastes' and usually attached as text notes linked to individuals and families recorded in...

George Ellis 1860-Deceased and Emily Ellis (née Emily ROSEWARNE 1865-1944)

Published: November 29, 2005    Last modified: November 4, 2016

...Chatting with my mother about our family history, I recall her saying details of the ELLIS line of our family are few and far between. With this in mind I searched FreeBMD in order to match George ELLIS 1860-Deceased with a spouse. Eventually in Sheffield I found a likely marriage between one George ELLIS 1860-Deceased and one Emily Ellis (née Emily ROSEWARNE 1865-1944). The date of September 1882 met my expectations, and furthermore, the name ROSEWARNE seemed somewhat familiar. A few days later my mother confirmed the name ROSEWARNE and supplied some very valuable additional information regarding George ELLIS...

George Ellis 1860-Deceased and Emily Rosewarne 1865-1944: Marriage Certificate

Published: April 22, 2007    Last modified: November 14, 2016

...George Ellis 1860-Deceased This is another of the certificates I recently obtained from Sheffield Register Office. The marriage certificate of George ELLIS 1860-Deceased and Emily ELLIS (née Emily ROSEWARNE 1865-1944) provides a few clues to help further my research: The father of George ELLIS 1860-Deceased is recorded as Mark ELLIS 1831-Deceased. Having carried out little research into George ELLIS 1860-Deceased this should prove very useful. The father of Emily ELLIS (née Emily ROSEWARNE 1865-1944) is confirmed as Thomas ROSEWARNE 1823-1895. Once again I will post a full transcript of this marriage certificate when time allows. Updates: 2007-08-04 To...

George Ellis and Emily Ellis (née Emily Rosewarne): Burial Records

Published: January 11, 2017    Last modified: January 17, 2017

...George Ellis 1860-1928 During research of my family names ROSEWARNE and ELLIS, I came across, in some burial records, the name of my gg grandmother Emily ELLIS (née Emily ROSEWARNE 1865-1944). I had already established her date of birth, marriage and death but it was rewarding to find where she had been laid to rest. The burial record also provided her last known address, that of 36 Finlay Street, Sheffield. The address rang a bell, since I had already seen this address while researching ELLIS baptisms. Though I had details of Emily's important dates I had never been...

George Ellis 1860-Deceased

Published: February 5, 2007    Last modified: February 2, 2017

...George Ellis 1860-Deceased This photograph of my great grandfather George ELLIS 1860-Deceased must rank as one of the oldest in our family collection. Though I have not spent too much time investigating my ELLIS branch, I'm sure if I find time to visit the Sheffield Register Office I should be able to obtain at least his marriage certificate. George ELLIS 1860-Deceased was born at Sheffield, Yorkshire and married Emily ROSEWARNE 1865-1944 during September 1882 at Sheffield. According to my mother George was a very wealthy individual (when compared to others in the family). He owned his own factory...

Sheffield Register Office: Certificates

Published: April 3, 2007    Last modified: February 4, 2017

...I have posted off an order for the following certificates to Sheffield Register Office: Birth Certificate: Alice TURNER 1862-Deceased Marriage Certificate: George FLOWERS 1839-1891 and Harriet FLOWERS (née Harriet LAW 1836-1903) Marriage Certificate: George ELLIS 1860-Deceased and Emily ELLIS (née Emily ROSEWARNE 1865-1944) Hopefully this will provide the information I need to extend my research of these lines....