Charlotte Rose Aimee Bougere/Georges, daughter of Georges[uncertain] and Seraphine Bougere, was born circa 1795 at Louisiana.
Her name is frequently given as "Charlotte Georges" in other Hebert records. Her father is often absent in these records, suggesting that her father may have been a white man. An apparent sister, Victoire Bougere, is a witness in several records involving Charlotte. A relative, possibly a brother, Louis Georges, is present in some other records.
My working hypothesis is that her mother was Seraphine Bougere, and her father was [unknown] Georges, likely a white man who didn't claim paternity, but a lack of other records for either of these surnames makes things very difficult.
She married Francois Frilot, son of Claude dit St-Éloy Frilot and Rosette Boutte, circa 1812. Their daughter Camelise was born in Jan. 1813. 
She and Francois Frilot appeared on the census of 15 Dec. 1850 at St. Mary Parish, Louisiana.
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Rose by comparing test results with other carriers of her mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known mtDNA test-takers in her direct maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with Rose: