Ursula Ann Weekly



Children with: Innis E Rose, b. 1845, New York - d. Apr 1920

Louis / Lewis E. Rose b.1874 in Coos Co, OR
Guy C. Rose b. 1877 in Coos Co, OR
Creed Flood Rose b:1879 in Coos Co, OR
Innis Rose
Ivan Rose
Sarah F Rose (Murray, later Stewart)
Unknown daughter (died in infancy)
Cleo R (Denton)


15 Dec 1852, Born in Benton Co, Missouri

In 1870, Ursula married Innis E Rose (parents: Abraham or Abram Rose, born about 1802 in Duchess County, New York, and Eliza VanWagner, born about 1805 in New York.  Abraham is buried at the Myrtle Point Pioneer Cemetery.)

24 April 1915, Ursula died in Myrtle Point, Coos County, Oregon

Ursula and Innis are buried at Myrtle Point Pioneer Cemetery  (click to see Cemetery Transcription - names only) as are two of their sons, Guy and Creed.  See Cemetery Survey - names and dates - here.

Transcription of Ursula's obituary:

Mrs. I. E. Rose, who suffered of lung trouble for several years, in fact has spent the last 6 winters at Needles, Calif. on account of her health, died at her home in the southeast part of the city last Saturday, Apr. 24th. 

Ursula Ann Weekly was born Dec 15, 1852, in Benton Co, Missouri.  When but a little child, she came with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Weekly, to Oregon to settle at Portland.  They later moved to Douglas County and for several years conducted the Eighteen Mile House near Roseburg, when in 1870 the subject of our sketch was married to Innis E. Rose, who survives his wife.  Mr. and Mrs. Rose are the parents of 8 children: a daughter who died in infancy; Creed Flood Rose, who died about 5 years ago; Guy L. C. Rose who lost his life in a railroad wreck 3 years ago; Lewis E Rose, Mrs. Sarah F. Murray and Ivan and Innes Rose of this city and Mrs. Cleo R. Denton of Klamath county.  The surviving children were all here at the time of her death and burial. 

The family came to Coos County in 1886 and located on a farm on the East Fork of the Coquille, where they resided till 24 years ago when they moved to Myrtle Point. 

The funeral service was held at 2:00 o'clock on the afternoon of Sunday, Apr. 25, at the Brethren church in charge of Elder A. A. Baker, of the Latter Day Saints church and Elder Thomas Barklow of the Church of the Brethren.  The service at the grave was in charge of Elgin Chapter No. 24, O.E.S. of which the deceased was a member.  The service was largely attended by folks from all parts of Coquille valley. 
- Myrtle Point Herald, April 29, 1915

Notes on Innis E Rose:

Nephew of the founder of Roseburg, OR

Transcription of obituary:

Innis E Rose passed away at the home of E. E. Weekly [probably Edmond, his wife's brother] near Bridge, Tuesday, age 78 years.  Interment will be in the Odd Fellow cemetery.  Mr. Rose was a native of New York state, but was a pioneer resident of Myrtle Point, came to the Coquille valley in 1868. 

For many years was city recorder of Myrtle Point.  Some years ago he lost a son, Creed and later his wife. whose maiden name was Ursula Weekly, and one of his sons, Guy died in a logging accident.  Three sons, Louis E., Innis and Ivan and 1 daughter, Mrs. Sarah Stewart, survive.  Louis lives in Montague, Calif.; Mrs. Stewart lives in Hillsboro, Oregon; Innis and Ivan make their home here.
- Southern Coos County American, Apr 29, 1920
From Pioneer History of Coos and Curry Counties - Orvil Dodge, 1898:

ROSE, INNIS E., was born in Duchess Co, N. Y., Jan. 14, 1845, and came to Oregon August 11, 1862.  He settled in Coos Co, the summer of 1868, at Randolph, but is now living at Myrtle Point.  His wife's maiden name was Ursula Weekley [sic], born Dec 15, 1852, in Benton Co., Mo.  Their children are Lewis E., born June 5, 1874; Guy, Oct 22, 1876; Creed, Feb.6, 1879; Cleopatra, June 2, 1881; Sarah F., Oct 9, 1883; Aaron I and Abraham I, twins, Aug. 18,1889.