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Herman Rose

1833 - 1909

Rose, Herman, b. 1833, d. 1909, Sec 25, Co E 20th Wis Inf


Watertown Gazette, 03 19 1909


Herman Rose, 123 Dewey Avenue, died on Friday, March 12, 1909.  Deceased was born June 11, 1833, at Wechselberg, Saxony, Germany, and in 1859 emigrated to Watertown, where he has since resided.  During the war of the rebellion he enlisted in Co. E, 20th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, serving from 1862 to 1865.  He was a member of O. D. Pease Post No. 94, G.A.R., and of Watertown Lodge No. 31, I.O.O.F. 


His funeral was held Monday afternoon under the auspices of the latter society.  Rev. H. C. Rehm, pastor of the Congregational Church, officiated at the services.  The interment was at Oak Hill Cemetery. 


Four sons and two daughters survive him, being Oscar and Max and Miss Mollie Rose, this city; Mrs. Helen Harloff, Madison; William Rose, Chicago; Otto Rose, Milwaukee. 


Mr. Rose was one of Watertown’s oldest and most esteemed citizens and his death is universally regretted here.




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