William Rosenberg, Son of Confederate Official, Dies
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William Rosenberg, Son of Confederate Official, Dies

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William Rosenberg, 75, of New York, the son of David Rosenberg, who was purchasing agent in Europe for the Confederate army during the Civil War, is dead at his summer home here of heart disease. Mr. Rosenberg, who lived in New York, was born in Selma, Alabama.

While his father was in Europe, he and his mother ran the Federal blockade and settled in New York where he later helped to organize the Standard Varnish Works of which he was an officer at the time of his death. He is survived by his widow and three daughters, Mrs. Herbert L. Stern of Chicago, Mrs. Alma King of Geneva, Switzerland and Mrs. J. William Robson. The body will be taken to New York tomorrow.

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