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USS Roselle has been the name of more than one United States Navy ship, and may refer to:

USS <i>Roselle</i> (SP-350)

The first USS Roselle (SP-350) was a minesweeper that served in the United States Navy during 1917. Roselle was built as a commercial steam harbor tug of the same name in 1903 by Neafie and Levy at Philadelphia. On 10 May 1917, the U.S. Navy acquired her from her owners, the Central Railroad Company of New Jersey, for use as a minesweeper during World War I. She was commissioned on 22 September 1917 as USS Roselle (SP-350) with Ensign L. N. J. Thomas, in command. Assigned to the 3rd Naval District, Roselle was based at Tompkinsville, Staten Island, New York. She conducted minesweeping patrols in Long Island Sound.

USS Roselle (AM-379) was an Auk-class minesweeper acquired by the United States Navy for the dangerous task of removing mines from minefields laid in the water to prevent ships from passing. She was the second United States Navy warship to be so named.

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