Allie Mae Rose

1901

Allie Mae was born June 23, 1901 in Kershaw, South Carolina, a daughter of Adolphus Kennedy Rose and Roxie Christmas Rose.

1910 Census Information:

According to the United States Census recording on April 18, 1910, Adolphus Rose (46) owned a farm in Wateree Township, South Carolina, also in the home was his wife, Roxie Rose (38) who was the mother of 10 children all of whom still survived. They shared their home with children, Maud Rose (17), Amelia Rose (15), Boykin Rose (13), Eva Rose (10), Allice Rose (8), Mamie Rose (6), Lena Rose (4), Norman Rose (3), Lillie Rose (5 months) and Clelly Rose (5 months). It was reported the family members were all born in South Carolina. Adolphus Rose was a farmer on a general farm.

1920 Census Information:

According to the United States Census recording on January 7, 1910, Adolphis K Rose (55) owned a farm in Wateree Township, South Carolina, also in the home was his wife, Roxie Rose (47), and children; Mellia Rose (24), Boykin Rose (23) Eva Rose (20), Allie Rose (18), Mamie Rose (16), Lena Rose (14), Norman Rose (12), Lellie Rose (10), Clelye Rose (10) and Louise Rose (7). It was reported the family members were all born in South Carolina. Adolphis K Rose was a salesman in a grocery store, Mellia Rose was a clerk in a dry goods store, and Boykin Rose was a mail carrier for rural delivery.

1927

On January 10, 1927, Miss Allie Rose was listed as a living sister in the obituary of “Mamie I Rose Ross.”

1928

On September 23, 1928, Miss. Allie Rose was listed in the newspaper article, “Blaney.”

On September 23, 1928, Miss Allie Rose was listed in the newspaper article,”Blaney.”

1930

According to the United States Census recording on May 9, 1930, Adolphus K Rose (66), owned a farm in Wateree Township, South Carolina, also in the home was his wife, Roxie A Rose (47). They reported themselves as having been married when he was 29 and she was 20. They shared with home with children; Allie M Rose (27), Norman K Rose (23), Clelye C Rose (20), Lely V Rose (20), Louise H Rose (17) and Lena B Ward (24) who was divorced; and grandchild, Randolph W Ward (2). It was reported the family members were all born in South Carolina. Adolphus K Rose was a farmer on a general farm, and Norman K Rose was a clerk at a grocery store.

On September 7, 1930, Allie Rose was listed in newspaper article “Children’s Party Is Given At Blaney.”

1940 Census Information:

According to the United States Census recording on May 12, 1940, Adolphus Kennedy Rose (76), owned a farm in Balney, Kershaw, South Carolina, also in the home was his wife, Roxie Christmas Rose (68) and daughters; Allie Mae Rose (38) and Lelye Virginia Rose (32). It was reported the family members were all born in South Carolina. The reported living in rural, Kershaw County, South Carolina on April 1, 1935. It was also reported that none of the family members worked.

1987

Miss Allie Mae Rose died Sunday, September 6, 1987.

Born in Kershaw County, she was a daughter of the late  Adolphus K. Rose and Roxie Christmus Rose. She was retired from the U. S. Postal Service and was a member of First Baptist Church and Fidales Sunday School Class.

Surviving are sisters, Mrs. Ben F. (Louise) Whaley and Mrs. David (Lelye) Harrison, both of Columbia; nieces; and nephews.

Services were held today at Dunbar Funeral Home, Devin Street Chapel, conducted by the Rev. Hugh Garrell and the Rev. Dr. James W. Alter. Burial was in Blaney Baptist Church in Elgin.

Pallbearers were Kershaw Rose and Kenny Rose, Frank Whaley, Luther Kelly, Richard Render and Jimmy Woods.

Memorials may be made to charity of one’s choice.

Obituary Information:

September 8, 1987  Columbia Record (published as THE COLUMBIA RECORD)  
Columbia, South Carolina
Page 8
September 8, 1987  State (published as The State)  
Columbia, South Carolina
Page 23
September 8, 1987 State (published as The State)
Columbia, South Carolina Page 23

Tombstone Information:

Located in Blaney Baptist Church Cemetery
Elgin, Kershaw County, South Carolina, USA
Photo added by Yvonne Miller Vaughn
Located in Blaney Baptist Church Cemetery
Elgin, Kershaw County, South Carolina, USA
Photo added by Yvonne Miller Vaughn

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