- Born: 14 Mar 1841, Camborne, Cornwall
- Married: Abt Sep 1858, Redruth District, Cornwall
- Died: 24 Aug 1895, Gallitzin, Cambria, PA, USA
In 1851, Rosina Eustis (10) of Camborne, was with her parents in Centenary St., Camborne.
THE JOHNSTOWN TRIBUNE (Johnstown, Cambria, Pennsylvania) Monday, 26 August 1895, p. 5, Mrs. Rosina Rodda, wife of William Rodda, died at an early hour Saturday morning at her home in Gallitzin, in the fifty-fifth year of her age, her death being caused by Bright's disease. She is survived by her husband, one son, and five daughters, namely: W. H. Rodda, of Gallitzin; Mrs. W. Watkins, of Punxsutawney; Mrs. James Dehaven, of Altoona; Mrs. Frank Havener, of Dunlo; Mrs. Thomas Blackstock, residing in the State of Colorado, and Miss Laura, at home . Mrs. Rodda was an exemplary Christian lady, being a devout member of the Methodist Episcopal Church for thirty-five years. The funeral took place at 3 o'clock this afternoon, after services in the Gallitzin M. E. Church, interment being made in the Protestant Cemetery at that place. (cited in Rootsweb database roddacampbell.)
Rosina married William RODDA, son of Edward RODDA and Margaret EUSTICE, during the 3rd Quarter of 1858 in the Redruth District, Cornwall. (William RODDA was born about 1841 in Crowan, Cornwall and died on 18 May 1897 in Gallitzin, Cambria, PA, USA.)