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Marriage: Children:
  1. Jacob Rosenberger: Birth: ABT NOV 1773 in (Prob.) New York. Death: 14 OCT 1848 in Philipsburg, Brome-Missisquoi Regional County Municipality, Quebec, Canada

  2. Peter Rosenberger: Birth: 18 JUN 1776 in (Prob.) New York. Death: 15 SEP 1838 in St. Armand W. (Philipsburg), Brome-Missisquoi Regional County Municipality, Quebec, Canada

  3. HENRY ROSENBERGER: Birth: 21 SEP 1784 in Brunswick, Rensselaer Co., New York. Death: 29 MAR 1845 in St. Armand W. (Philipsburg), Brome-Missisquoi Regional County Municipality, Quebec, Canada

  4. Rakena Rosenberger: Birth: 26 JUL 1791 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Death: 14 AUG 1861 in Bedford, Brome-Missisquoi Regional County Municipality, Quebec, Canada


Sources
1. Title:   The Loyalists of the Eastern Townships of Quebec (Missisquoi Historical Society, 1984 & 1992)
2. Title:   Jones, Henry Z., Jr., Even More Palatine Families, Vol. 1 (Rockport, ME: Picton Press, 2002)
3. Title:   Missisquoi Historical Society Reports
4. Title:   Canadian Census of 1825
5. Title:   Day, C. M., History of the Eastern Townships (John Lovell, St. Nicholas Street, 1869)
6. Title:   Bailey, Diana Hibbert, editor, Across the Border
Page:   vol. 2: no. 1: 17 (Fall 1989)
7. Title:   History of Greene County, New York (NY: J.B. Beers & Co., 1884)
8. Title:   Quebec National Archives Microfilm #124.5
9. Title:   Cemetery visit
10. Title:   Birch, Brenda Wilson, St. Armand Twp., Cemeteries, Missisquoi Co., Quebec (Private Publication, 2003)

Notes
a. Note:   From the Internet: "Early Canadian records provide the following names in the account books of John and Philip Rutier at Missisqupoi Baie ( Philipsburg) John Bockus-1792, Peter Rosenberger-1793, Frederick Primerman, Mathias Cammel- 1795, Christopher and John Katebock ( Catchpaugh/Catchpaw/Catchpazin) -1797. As these family names are found aligned with the Creller family either through marriage, or association ( business, neighbor, military) it has been assumed that the Creller family had settled in the area at about the same time period. While recorded evidence of the exact date of arrival of the Creller has not been discovered ( as of the year 2005), much evidence of their births, marriages, deaths and burials permits one to accept the above mentioned assumption that the Creller were in the area as early as 1795." History of the Eastern Townships by C. M. Day; Page 305 "township named Stanbridge, September 1st of the same year (1801), granted to Hugh Finlay and his associates, viz, John Cutting, Hannah Kellar, Clark Reynolds, Edward Martindale, Solomon Dunham, Adam Schoolcraft, John Bockus, Willard Smith, David Partolo, Calab Tree, James Martindale, Mathew Kemble, John Bomhower, Luke Hitchcock, Jacob Bomhower, Griffin Reynolds, Benjamin Reynolds, Frederick Whaler, Thomas Wrightman, Mathew Saxe, Joseph Smith, John Ruiter the younger, Stephen Lampman, Adam Clapper the elder, Moses Westover the elder, Peter Cutler, Peter Rosenburgh, Adam Clapper the younger, Henry Clapper, Peter Krans, Michael Lampman, Christopher Cartright, John Hogel the elder, Philip Kruller, John Ferguson the younger, Fredrick Kemmerman, Almond Cartright and Thos. Douglas."


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