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  • Jack Rose
    ... Very interesting. The next generation of my Rose s worshiped at Presbyterian Meeting houses. After the revolution, my forerunner, Jesse Rose, was a
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      --- In ScottishWarPrisoners@yahoogroups.com, "bloodtrail44"
      <bloodtrail44@y...> wrote:
      > Sorry
      > what does SAR stand for?
      > Indentured servents as they were, were not allowed to
      > become "MEMBERS"of any church. However it still was manditory to go
      > to one and to pay the sallery of the minister.
      > My ancesterial Highlander sent to Amercia had been locked up along
      > with his father-in-law for not paying the ministers fee. When they
      > got out it was a force payment by way of their gardens.
      > cliff

      Very interesting. The next generation of my Rose's worshiped at
      Presbyterian Meeting houses. After the revolution, my forerunner,
      Jesse Rose, was a founder of the First Presbyterian Church in the
      Western Reserve 1802 (now Ohio). Unreconstructed Scots?

      SAR=Sons of the American Revolution.
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