Samuel W. Rose was counted in the census on 17 Jun 1880 in Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina, USA, as a 13-year-old, male, single, white, son. Also in the home was his father, John W Rose; his mother, Mary E. Rose; and his siblings, Samuel W. Rose, Emma Rose, Anna M Rose, Johnnie Rose, and Minnie Rose.
On August 12, 1914, S. W. Rose was listed in the newspaper article “Visitors to Jubilee.”
On January 1, 1928, Mr. S. W. Rose was listed in the newspaper article “Blaney.”
1930 Census Information:
According to the United State census recorded on May 9, 1930, Walter S Rose (63), owned a home in Wateree, Kershaw, South Carolina with his wife; Elizabeth Rose (63), his son, Stanley N Rose (26), his daughter, Elise G Rose (22), his daughter-in-law, Josephine T Rose (19) and his granddaughter, Gladys J Rose (1). It was reported the family members were all born in South Carolina. Walter S. Rose and Stanley Rose were farmers on a general farm.
On April 20, 1931, S. W. Rose was mentioned as a living son in the obituary of John W. Rose.
On September 8, 1936, S. W. Rose was mentioned as a pallbearer in the obituary of Edward M. Flaherty.
On January 20, 1937, S. W. Rose was mentioned as the living brother in the obituary of Mrs. Annie M Nelson.
On January 24, 1939, Samuel W. Rose was mentioned in the newspaper article “Seen Here and There.“
1940 Census Information:
According to the US Census recorded on May 12, 1940, Stanley Norman Rose (36), owned a home on U.S. Highway No. 1, in Blaney, Kershaw, South Carolina, with his wife Josephine Thornton Rose (29) and their children, Gladys June Rose (11), and Gerald Stanley Rose (9 months), and his father Samuel Walter Rose (73). It was reported the family members were all born in South Carolina and lived in the same house on April 1, 1935. Stanley Norman Rose was employees as a truck driver for a lumber mill, Josephine Thornton Rose kept house, Gladys June Rose was a student, Gerald Stanley Rose was to young to attend school, and Samuel Walter Rose was a farmer.
On January 25, 1941, Samuel W. Rose, was listed in the newspaper article “Seen Here and There.”
On September 5, 1941, S. W. Rose, was listed in the newspaper article “Blaney School To Open Fall Term On Sept. 10.“
On January 24, 1941, S.W. Rose, was listed in the newspaper article “Seen Here and There.”
Samuel Walter Rose, 82, passed away on July 3, 1949. He was buried in Union Baptist Church Cemetery, Elgin, South Carolina.
He was predeceased by his wife, Lizzie Percival Rose and son Arlin Chester Rose.