The Rosenweig Surname Project
There is no record of Jeremias and Bela Rosenzweig prior to 1820. They could have changed their family name, or, more likely, moved from another place. If you have any comparable ancestors from that era, from another part of the world, please let me know. Jeremias Rosenzwieg died near Hannover, Germany in 1845. His wife, Bela Catharin (b 1780), and he had three children: Juda, Levy and Frederich Wilhelm Julius (b 11 Mar 1820, in Echte, Germany). Juda had a daughter, Fanny. Levy had two children: Ida (b 1840, d 1846) and Julius (b 1846, d 1868). Frederich married Helene Dorothy Jeanette Wolf, 19 Aug 1843 in Burgdorf.d 22 Feb 1870 in Philadelphia PA Jeanette, b 11 Apr 1822 in Goslar. ] Her parents were Joel Wolf and Henriette Engle. Frederich and Jeanette converted to the Lutheran Church in 1844. They came to the United States in 1853. Two children born in Germany: Albert Harry (b 1846) and Bertha (b 1852). One child was born in Baltimore: Charles W (b 1858). The Rosenzweig name became Rossewig and Rosewig in the US. Julius became Frederick W Rosewig, and moved to Philadelphia. Janet (Jeannette) died in 1870. Julius/Fredrick married Harriet Prell (b 1844), who had two children from her previous marriage: Isiah (b 1867) and Isaac (b 1869). Charles W married Sadie Carson (b 1858) and had a son, Clarence, in 1885. Charles W (aka ?Mack?) moved to the /Newark, NJ area and married Anna Caroline Witzmann; they had a son, Charles C Rose, in 1905. Mack changed his name in 1916, to McKenzie Rose. Charles C married Marion Blomgreen in 1926 and had Charles H in 1928. I am Charles H. DNA shows me as Y-J1 and X-K2a*. Anna's parents were Lutheran, from Gehren and Eisfeld, Germany. Marion was Swedish.
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