Person:Rosalia Stansell (1)

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Rosalia D Stansell
m. ca 1851
  1. Rosalia D Stansell1851 - 1914
m. 13 Feb 1866
  1. Louisa Ramsbeck1869 - 1931
  2. Frederick William Ramsbeck1870 - 1936
  3. Florence Ethylynn Ramsbeck1874 - 1952
  4. Rosalia Delphine Ramsbeck1879 - 1964
  5. Raymond Stansell Ramsbeck1887 - 1978
Facts and Events
Name Rosalia D Stansell
Alt Name Rosalie Stansell or Taylor
Alt Name Luciana Ramsbeck
Gender Female
Birth[1] 5 Nov 1851 Michigan, United States
Census? 1860 Robinson, Ottawa, Michigan, United Statesas "Rosalie Taylor" with George C Rice
Marriage 13 Feb 1866 Lamont, Ottawa, Michigan, United Statesto Frederick William Ramsbeck
Census 1870 Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United Stateswith Frederick William Ramsbeck
Census 1880 Manistee, Manistee, Michigan, United Stateswith Frederick William Ramsbeck
Census? 1900 Ludington, Mason, Michigan, United Statesas "Luciana Ramsbeck" with Chloe Taylor (mother)
Census? 1910 Milton, Pierce, Washington, United Statesas "Rosalia Ramsbeck" with Raymond Ramsbeck (son)
Death[1] 1 Jan 1914 Pierce, Washington, United States
Burial[1] Tacoma, Pierce, Washington, United States

Like her mother Chloe Stansell, Rosalia appears with several different names.

Unlike her siblings who reported that Chloe was born in New York, Rosalia consistently reported that her mother was born in Vermont in an apparent attempt to mislead about her mother's background.

Rosalia's mother married newly widowed James Taylor before Rosalia was yet 3 years old. She was living with the Rice family in 1860 before she was yet 9 years old.

Apparently Rosalia had a difficult relationship with the Taylor family as there is no mention of her in surviving Taylor family records which do include Chloe's other children and some elsewhere adopted children.

Like her step-sister of the same age, Ezubah Taylor, Rosalia married before she was yet 15 years old.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Tacoma Mausoleum, Tacoma, Pierce County Washington [1].

    "Ramsbeck | Rosalia D | 11/5/1851 | 1/1/1914 | 2"