|1864 in Pitminster, Somerset, England (as Rosa Ellen Downton Williams).|
|23 August 1917 at Sydney, NSW.|
|24 August 1917 at Gore Hill Cemetery, NSW.|
|James Downton Williams (1835-1867)|
|Mary Bellamy Thorne (1835-1884)|
|Alfred Kraushaar (1860-1945) on 14 August 1884 at RG’s Office, Elizabeth St, Sydney, NSW. Consent of Rosa’s Guardian was given.|
|Conrad Crawshaw (1885-1966)|
|Mignonette Kraushaar (1886-1969)|
|Percy Thorne Crawshaw (1889-1978)|
|Carey Crawshaw (1891-1980)|
|Beatrice Mary Kraushaar (1895-1963)|
|Eva Lucy Kraushaar (1897-1977)|
|Winifred Rose Kraushaar (1900-1942)|
|Jessie Gwendoline Kraushaar (1902-1968)|
|Alfred B. Kraushaar (1904-1906)|
|Hazel May Kraushaar (1907-1976)|
Milliner & Mantle Maker.
Pitminster is a village and a parish, in the Taunton district, Somerset. The village stands under Blackdown hills, near the boundary with Devon, 4½ miles from Taunton station on the G.W.R. The parish includes the tithings of Blagdon, Duddlestone, Fulford, Leigh, Pitminster, and Trendle, and its post town and money order and telegraph office is Taunton. Acres, 5,120. Pop., 1,572. Houses, 334.
Rosa left England on 13 May 1884, about 4 months after her mother died, and arrived in Australia aged 20 on 6 July 1884 aboard the Abergeldie.
Alfred paid not only Rosa's fare but that of Jane Ann Hartnell who travelled on the same ship as Rosa. Rosa is listed as Dressmaker and Plymouth Brethren, Jane as Nurse and C of Eng. Both girls are recorded as able to read and write. Both married later in 1884. Almost certainly, Jane (aged 26) acted as Rosa’s guardian in giving permission for her marriage.
Rosa is said to have been c. 150 cm tall, walked with limp and to have died of “TB of the hip”. She had lost sight in one eye as child in an accident with scissors wielded by her brother.