Rose was born in 1637 in Armagh, Ireland and died in 1688 in Kennett, Chester, Pennsylvania.
She married Henry Dixon (also spelled Dickson, Dixson) in Ireland, before 1660.
Rose came to America as a widow with two of her daughters (Dinah and Rose) and her son William when he "joined the Quaker emigration from Ireland and came again to America, to William Penn's Colony of Pennsylvania, in that portion which now is Delaware" in 1688.
Newark Monthly Meeting (MM) was renamed Kennett Monthly Meeting in 1760. A Friends Meeting in Christiana Hundred (located in New Castle County) would have been in Newark MM prior to 1760.
Note - The maiden name of Rose, wife of Henry Dixon, is not known. She was a widow when she immigrated to America (her son William had apparently immigrated first, and returned to bring her and his sisters, Dinah and Rose to America).
↑ Her Meeting in Ireland was probably Lurgan Monthly Meeting, Armagh
↑ Ancestry Family Trees (Family Tree files submitted by Ancestry members), source citation for WikiTree profile Harlan-121 created through the import of AustinMoserJohnsonStover Tree.ged on Oct 16, 2011 by Ken Austin. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Ken and others.
↑ Mary Belle Lontz, Our German, Pilgrim, and Quaker Ancestors, Milton Pennsylvania, page 30 (published October, 1968 by M.B. Lontz; dead link, moved to http://www.heritagepursuit.com/, but Lontz not found - Feb. 12, 2015). See also Kendall, Hazel May (Middleton). This book records the descendants of John Gregg, Anderson, Ind: H.M.M. Kendall, 1946 (p. 24, 27). They settled in Anson Co., (then South, but now North) Carolina, where John purchased 244 acres on Fair Forrest Creek in 1753.
↑ 1671 death given by some profiles would mean she died in Ireland, as immigration from Ireland was 1688
Following were included as sources for information footnoted "included as of July 27, 2014" (which profile had which information/source was lost to an earlier edit, but can probably be determined by searching through the details of edits, starting here)
"Kennett, Chester" is probably referring to Kennett Monthly Meeting, Chester County, which is probably where records for her Meeting House would be found. See the category page for Newark Monthly Meeting for more info.
The WikiTree profile Harlan-121 had Rose's maiden name as Harlan and was attached as daughter of William Harland and Deborah Elizabeth Seamon. She has been detached from William and Elizabeth (Seamon) Harland. In August 2016, the information in their profiles had Rose born after Elizabeth died, and her father born/died in England (she's born Ireland). ~ Noland-165 00:36, 26 August 2016 (EDT)