Bookmark embroidered with the initials of Edward Joseph Rose; travelling expenses for 1839; address to Edward Joseph Rose and Mary Ellen Rose, née Parker, from the parishioners of Weybridge commemorating their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary and E. J. Rose's twenty five years as minister (25 Sep 1880); report of this address and a presentation in the Surrey Advertiser and County Times (2 Oct 1880); The Bells of Weybridge, by J. S. B. M[onsell], commemorating their dedication on 14 Apr 1875; In Memoriam Edward Joseph Rose, The Guardian (12 Jul 1882); incomplete letter [Edward Harold Browne, Bishop of Winchester, to Jonathon Branston, Dean of Winchester?] on the death of E. J. Rose; press cutting describing memorial to E. J. Rose at Selwyn College, Cambridge.
Letter, 17 Jan 1882, from Edward Joseph Rose to Frances Parker re an 'examination on Miss Austen's Emma' set by Edward Joseph Rose and Arthur Hamilton Smith, with: question paper: examiners' report and marks; letter to the examiners signed by the candidates, including Henry Babington Smith, Grace Mary Conybeare, George Edward Smith.
Letter from Edward Joseph Rose to his uncle Joseph Babington. Extracts from letters from Edward Joseph Rose to Philip Bartlett re the curacy of Weybridge. Letter from Edward Joseph Rose to his sister Mary Vaughan, with additional note from his mother Lydia, née Babington, to her daughter Mary. Letters from Edward Joseph Rose to his wife Mary Ellen, née Parker, fragments and transcripts only.
Letter from W. Clarke to Edward Joseph Rose, Oct 1825.
Letter from Eliza Rose (later Conybeare) to her aunt Mary Babington, soon before Mary's marriage to James Parker. With additional note from Lydia Rose, née Babington, to her sister Mary.
Letters from Lydia Rose, née Babington, to her mother Jean Babington, née Macaulay. Additions and enclosures as follows: note from her father Thomas Babington to his wife Jean; note from her daughter Lydia Price to Jean; letter from her daughter Eliza Conybeare, née Rose, to Jean.
Letters from Lydia Rose, née Babington, to her brother John (four written before her marriage to Joseph Rose in May 1809). Letter from Lydia Rose, née Babington, to her sister-in-law Sarah Anne Babington, née Pearson.
Letters from Lydia Rose, née Babington, to her father Thomas Babington; one with a note from her daughter Lydia Rose (later Price) to Thomas; one originally written in pencil then over-written by Thomas Babington.
Letters from Lydia Rose, née Babington, to her sister Mary, seventeen written after Mary's marriage to James Parker. Additions and enclosures as follows: poem, 'Beth-Gellert'; note from Lydia Rose to her father Thomas Babington; lock of hair from Mary's god-daughter [Lydia's daughter Mary Rose, later Vaughan, b 1816?]; poem, 'Wandering Thoughts'.
Letter from Lydia Rose, later Price, to her grandfather Thomas Babington. Three letters from Lydia Rose to her aunt Mary Babington, and three written after Mary's marriage to James Parker.