Anson Jones, installed in fall is gone. So is Lamarque, also planted in the fall. (Parade - from that same fall planting group - seems to be going great Guns. I still have hope for White Maman Cochet and Ducher.) All three French Lace are decidedly dead. Also planted in August. Celine Forestier planted a year and a half ago, is gone. And It looks like Gardenia will be leaving soon, too. Just too fragile for our yo-yo weather, I believe.
I thought Europeana was dead, but just as I was preparing to shovel prune it, it set a new leaf. So it got a brief reprieve. It was planted in a brutally sunny location in adobe soil, so there were good reasons for it to be unhappy.
Thinking of shovel-pruning Monsieur Tillier. In two seasons it produced three buds and no flowers. It looked healthy through fall, but it lost one of its two canes to frost this winter.
Jude the Obscure is dead and gone. Moved once too often, I suppose. Victim of repeated nibbling is Paul's Lemon Pillar which has grown shorter every year and is now about two inches tall. So it's pretty close to the edge right now.
As a side-note, Blush Noisette, Hermosa, Cardinal Hume, and Rise 'n' Shine had foliage all winter and seem to be coming through fine. I think Baltimore Belle did, too, but it's still not quite the thickness of a ballpoint pen cartridge, after a full year of "growth" so I did not see it much of the time. Lady Hillingdon put out the occasional leaf through the winter and continues testing the waters.
At this point I'm pretty happy with how well the roses seem to have survived winter weather. Now that most of them are leafing out, I really have to concentrate on fertilizing and mulching. I suppose a spray of antifreeze might help them through some chilly nights.