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|Os17. Richard Osborne
m Elizabeth Fyldene
|Os16.||Richard Osborne of Ashford, Kent
m Jane Broughton dau of John Broughton of Broughton
Edward Osborne, Lord Mayor of London d 1591
m Anna Hewett dau of Sir William Hewett, Lord Mayor of London
Hewett Osborne of Kiveton bpt 13.03.1566-7, d 09.1599
m Joice Fleetwood dau of Thomas Fleetwood of The Vache
|a.||Sir Edward Osborne, 1st Bart of Kiveton bpt 12.12.1596, d 09.09.1647|
|m1 13.10.1618 Margaret Belasyse d 07.11.1624, dau of Thomas Belasyse, 1st Viscount Fauconberg|
|1||Edward Osborne dvpsp 31.10.1638|
|m2 Anne Walmesley bur 20.08.1666, dau of Thomas Walmesley of Dunkenhalgh|
|2||Sir Thomas Osborne, 1st Duke of Leeds b 20.02.1631/2, d 26.07.1712|
|m 1651/3 Bridget Bertie bpt 06.06.1629, d 07.01.1703/4, dau of Montagu Bertie, 2nd Earl of Lindsey|
|A||Edward Osborne, 'Viscount Latimer' b 1655, dvp 01.1688-9|
|m before 03.1676 Elizabeth Bennet bpt 27.03.1659, d 01.05.1680, dau of Simon Bennet of Beechampton|
|i+||2 sons d infant|
|B||Peregrine Osborne, Viscount Dunblane, 2nd Duke of Leeds b 1659, d 25.06.1729, Vice Admiral|
|m 25.04.1682 Bridget Hyde b 1662, d 08.03.1733, dau of Sir Thomas Hyde, 2nd Bart of Aldbury|
|i||William Henry Osborne, 'Earl of Danby' b 31.07.1690, dvp unm 16.08.1711|
|ii||Peregrine Hyde Osborne, 3rd Duke of Leeds b 11.11.1691, d 09.05.1731|
|m1 16.12.1712 Elizabeth Harley d 20.11.1713, dau of Robert Harley, 1st Earl of Oxford|
|a||Thomas Osborne, 4th Duke of Leeds b 06.11.1713, d 23.03.1789|
|m 26.06.1740 Mary Godolphin d 03.08.1764, dau of Francis Godolphin, 2nd Earl of Godolphin|
|1||Thomas Osborne, 'Marquess of Carmarthen' b 05.10.1747, dvpsp 15.08.1761|
|2||Francis Godolphin Osborne, 5th Duke of Leeds b 29.01.1751, d 31.01.1799|
|m1 29.11.1773, div 05.1779 Amelia D'Arcy, Baroness Conyers b 12.10.1754, d 26/7.01.1784, dau of Robert Darcy, 4th Earl of Holderness|
|A||George William Frederick Osborne, 6th Duke of Leeds b 21.01.1775, d 10.07.1838|
|m 17.08.1797 Charlotte Townshend b 16.03.1776, d 30.07.1856, dau of George Townshend, 1st Marquess Townshend|
|i||Francis Godolphin D'Arcy Osborne, 7th Duke of Leeds b 21.05.1798, dsp 04.05.1859|
|m 24.04.1828 Louisa Catherine Caton d 08.04.1874, dau of Richard Caton of Maryland|
|ii||Conyers George Thomas William Osborne b 06.05.1812, d unm 16.02.1831|
|iii||Charlotte Mary Anne Georgina Osborne d 17.01.1186|
|m 22.05.1826 Sackville Lane Fox d 18.08.1874|
|The barony of Conyers passed to their elder son along with a claim to the barony of Darcy de Knayth.|
|B||Francis Godolphin Osborne, 1st Lord Godolphin of Farnham Royal b 18.10.1777, d 15.02.1850|
|m 31.03.1800 Elizabeth Charlotte Eden d 17.04.1847, dau of William Eden, 1st Lord Auckland|
|i||George Godolphin Osborne, 2nd Lord Godolphin of Farnham Royal, 8th Duke of Leeds b 16.07.1802, d 08.08.1872 had issue|
|m 21.10.1824 Harriette Emma Arundel Stewart b c1800, d 28.10.1852, natural dau of Granville Leveson-Gower, 1st Earl Granville|
|ii||William Godolphin Osborne of Tuylliallan Castle b 29.03.1804, dsp 28.12.1888|
|m1 1832 E. Smith|
|m2 07.06.1843 Caroline Montague dsp 10.11.1867, dau of Matthew, 4th Lord Rokeby|
|m3. 10.05.1870 Georgina Henrietta Elphinstone d 21.09.1892, dau of George Elphinstone, Viscount Keith|
|iii||Sydney Godolphin Osborne b 05.02.1808, d 09.05.1889, rector of Durweston had issue|
|m 29.05.1834 Emily Charlotte Grenfell d 19.12.1875, dau of Pascoe Grenfell of Taplow House|
|iv||D'Arcy Godolphin Osborne b 20.10.1814, dsp 12.05.1846|
|m 07.04.1845 Anne Katharine Douglas d 04.11.1851, dau of W. Douglas, prebendary of Westminster|
|v||Charlotte Godolphin Osborne d 01.12.1838|
|m 29.08.1829 Sir Theodore Henry Lavington Broadhead, later Brinkman, 1st Bart b 17.01.1798, d 09.02.1880|
|C||Mary Henrietta Juliana Osborne d 21.10.1862|
|m 16.07.1801 Thomas Pelham, 2nd Earl of Chichester b28.04.1756, d 04.07.1826|
|m2 11.10.1788 Catherine Anguish d 08.10.1837, dau of Thomas Anguish|
|D||Sidney Godolphin Osborne b 16.12.1789, d 15.04.1861|
|E||Catherine Anne Sarah Osborne d 23.12.1878|
|m 1819 John Whyte Melville of Bennochy and Strathkinness d 16.07.1883|
|m2 17.09.1719, sps Anne Seymour d 27.11.1722, dau of Charles Seymour, 6th Duke of Somerset|
|m3. 09.04.1725 Juliana Hele b c1705, d 20.11.1794, dau of Roger Hele of Holwell or Halewell|
|m _ Williams Prebendary of Winchester|
|iv||Mary Osborne dsp 04.02.1722|
|m1 14.09.1711 Henry Somerset, 2nd Duke of Beaufort b 02.04.1684, d 24.05.1714|
|m2 15.10.1715 John Cochrane, 4th Earl of Dundonald b 04.07.1687, d 05.06.1720|
|m1 Robert Coke of Holkham d 16.01.1678-9|
|m2 Horatio Walpole dsp 17.10.1717, of family of Houghton|
|D||Bridget Osborne d 09.05.1718|
|m1 12.09.1678 Charles FitzCharles, Earl of Plymouth b 1657, dsp 1680, natural son of King Charles II|
|m2 1705 Philip Bisse, Bishop of St. David's|
|m James Herbert of Kingsey grandson of Philip, 4th Earl of Pembroke|
|m1 Edward Bayntum|
|m2 sp Charles Granville, 2nd Earl of Bath d 08/9.1701|
|G||Sophia Osborne d 08.12.1746|
|m1 Donough O'Brien, Lord Ibrackan dsp|
|m2 05.03.1691/2 Sir William Fermor, 1st Lord Leominster b 03.08.1648, d 07.12.1711|
|m Christopher Wandesford of Kirklington d 03.12.1640|
|Os14-2.||Edward Osborne BP1934
shows this Edward as "d. unm."but Visitation Bedfordshire, 1582+1634,
Osborne of Northill shows that he being "of Norrell in com. Bedfford
and of the Inner Temple a Bencher" had the following family.
m1 Alice Butler dau of William Butler of Bidenham
m William Buckby or Buckley
m Ellis Yong
|c.+||other issue - Edward of Northill a 1634, William|
|m2 Frances Harvey dau of James Harvey of Dagenham|
|e.+||other issue d young - James, Elizabeth, Elizabeth|
|Os14-3||Anne Osborne b c 1565
m Robert Offley of London b 1561 d 1625 son of Robert Offley and x Brackin wid of Nicholas Rose
|-1 Robert OFFLEY bap 8 Feb 1590 in St. Dionis Backchurch, London, d 1591 in London
-2 Anne OFFLEY bap 3 Jan 1591 and died Mar 1650 m Robert HAYES b 1591 in London, d Feb 1650 Norfolk VA
-3 Robert OFFLEY bap 12 Mar 1592 in St. Dionis Backchurch, London d 1593 in London m Elizabeth MOORE b 1613 in London d 29 Oct 1678 in St. Pancras, London
-4 John OFFLEY bap 5 Mar 1593 and died 28 Aug 1667.
-5 Edward OFFLEY bap 29 Apr 1594 in St. Dionis Backchurch, London d 11 Mar 1650 in London
-6 Hewitt OFFLEY bap 2 Nov 1595 in St. Dionis Backchurch, London d Oct 1610 in London bur 23 Oct 1610 in St. Benet Gracechurch, London
-7 Katherine OFFLEY b 1597 m John Baker of mayfield Suffolk b 1592 Middle Temple Middlesex son Thomas Baker of Battle
-8 Robert OFFLEY bap 23 May 1599 in St. Benet Gracechurch, London d Jan 1614 in London bur 6 Jan 1614 in St. Benet Gracechurch, London
-9 Susan OFFLEY bap 26 Oct 1600 m Henry Hastings b 1591 Woodlands Dorset
-10 Thomas OFFLEY bap 14 Feb 1602 in St. Benet Gracechurch, London,
-11 Abigail OFFLEY bap 4 Oct 1602 in St. Benet Gracechurch, London d 7 Mar 1650 in Stokesby, Norfolk, Engl m Ed Windham
-12 Stephen OFFLEY b 1605 m Ursula Clark b 1612 Chesterfield Derbyshire
-13 Elizabeth OFFLEY bap 12 Feb 1607 m 9 Nov 1631 St Antholin Bridge Row London William Clark b 1605 London to Benoni Honeywell
-14 Sarah OFFLEY bap 16 Apr 1609 d Aug 1657 Princess Anne VA m 18 Jul 1627 St Ann Blackfriars London Capt Adam Thoroughgood m2 John Gookin m3 Francis Yeardley
-7-1 John Baker of Elizabeth City Va
-14-1 Elizabeth THOROUGHGOOD b 1628 d 1675 m John MICHAEL b 1625 in Graft, Noord-Holland, NL d Jan 1679 Northampton VA
-14-2 Lt Colonel Adam THOROUGHGOOD b 1630 d 1 Feb 1686 m Frances YEARDLEY b 1631 in Lynnhaven, Norfolk VA dau of Gov George Yeardley
-14-3 Anne THOROUGHGOOD b 1632 Norfolk, Va m1 Job Chandler m2 Col Gerrard Fowke
-14-4 Sarah Offley THOROUGHGOOD b 1634 d 9 Oct 1658 Simon OVERZEE b 1627 England d 1660 Norfolk VA he m2 Elizabeth WILLOUGHBY b 1635 Norfolk, VA d after Apr 1672
-14-1-1 Capt John Michael
-14-1-2 Sarah Michael m Argoll Yeardley Jr son Argoll Yeardley and Anne Custis
-14-1-3 Margaret Michael m Col John Custis III
-14-2-1 John Thorogood m Mary Lawson
-14-3-1 Col William Chandler b 1652 Portobacco Charles Co MD d there 18 May 1685 m Mary Sewell dau of Henry Sewell of Warwick and St Mary's and Jane Lowe wid Calvert she m2 George Brent
-14-3-2 Richard Chandler
-14-3-3 Anne Chandler
-14-3-4 Adam Fowke
-14-3-5 Col. Gerrard Fowke, II (1662-)
-14-3-6 Jean Fowke
-14-3-7 Ann Elizabeth Dent (Fowke)
-14-3-8 Mary Sarah Mason
-14-3-9 Frances Fowke
-14-3-10 Thomas Fowke
-14-1-2-1 Frances Yeardley b c 1677 d c 1718 m Maj John West Jr b c 1685 d 1719 son of Col John West b 7 Apr 1638 d 27 May 1703 and Matilda Scarburgh b 1644
-14-2-1-1 John Thorogood (d by 1695 m Ann Stringer grandau of John Stringer
-14-3-1-1 Richard Chandler b c 1675 Charles Co MD d there 7 Oct 1714 m Elizabeth Harrison
-14-3-1-2 Jane Chandler d 19 Jan 1700 m1 Giles Brent m2 Joshua Green
-14-3-1-3 Anne Chandler
-14-3-1-4 Mary Chandler
-14-3-1-5 William Chandler, Jr
-14-1-2-1-1 Argoll Yeardley West b c 1704 m Comfort x
-14-3-1-1-1 John chandler b c 1695 m Ann Penn b c 1695 Charles Co MD d 1740 Charles Co she m2 Henry Acton
-14-1-2-1-1-1 Sarah Yardley West b c 1729 m Americus Scarburgh b 1723 son of Mitchell Scarburgh b 13 Aug 1695 d 21 Jun 1763 and Dorothy Wainhouse grandson of Capt Edmund Scarburgh b c 1648 and Elizabeth Wainhouse
-14-1-2-1-1-1-1 Capt Americus Scarburgh Jr b c 1750 d 1818 m Rachel Watson b c 1765 d 14 Sep 1840
-14-1-2-1-1-1-1-1 Americus Scarburgh III b 9 Apr 1799 d before 1856 m Mary Turlington b c 1809 d after 1850 dau of Asa Turlington b c 1780
-14-3-1-1-1-1 Sarah Chandler b c 1720 m John Hamill
-14-3-1-1-1-1-1 Catherine Chandler Hamill b 1745 Charles Co MD d there 1773 m Joseph Shaw
m 09.06.1580 Sir John Peyton, 1st Bart of Iselham d c 1617
|Os14-5||Jane Osbornementioned by Visitation but not by BP1934
m John Welby of Tidd St. Giles
Main sources: BP1934 Leeds, TCP Leeds
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by Jane A. Leavell
Miscellaneous Osbornes listed in St. John's and St. George's Parish Registers 1696-1851 by Henry C. Peden Jr.:
Aquila and Martha Osborne had Sarah, 15 January 1805
Sarah Osborne and James Holles had a marriage license 8 April 1798
Aquila Osborne and Patty Michael had a marriage license 19 Nov. 1801
Martha Osborne and Cornelius Cole had a marriage license 14 June 1808
Mary Osborne buried 19 November 1800
Elisha Osborne married Hannah Reckhead 30 July 1804
Dover United Methodist Cemetery, Baltimore Cem. Vol. 3 has:
Mordecai C. Osborn 3. 21 October 1846 age 4
Abigale Osborne d. 13 August 1881 age 79
Susan Osborne d. 16 July 1881 age 64
Susan Osborne 7 June 1858-17 March 1871 14 y 9m 10d
William L. Osborne d. 8 May 1880 50y 8m
Sarah E., widow of Larkin Osborne, born 4 September 1838, died 28 Nov. 1914 age 77y 2m 24d
Dorsey G. Osborne died 16 February 1894 age 81
Mary A. Osborn died 11 January 1880 age 68
Alethia W. Osborn died 13 April 1863 age 18
Benjamin M. Osborn d. 5 November 1862 age 9
Scott Co. KY Order Book G 1851-1855 p. 310 releases J.M. Osborne from levy
Permelia F. Osborn and William B. Griffith were married by Minister R.C. Rice 3 March 1842 Scott Co. KY
Stamping Ground Masonic Cemetery, p. 220 of vol. 2 of Echoes of the Past, lists Osborn, John T. 1852-1926 and Osborn, George R. 1907-1978
The 1850 Scott Co. KY census has a:
Jane Osburn, 48, born KY
James, 16, born KY, laborer
Frances, 15, born KY
Eliza, 13, born KY
Benjamin, 11, born KY
David, 9, born KY
Jesse Osborn enlisted as a private 8-15-1812 in company commanded by Joseph Redding in the KY Militia. Discharged 3-4-1813. 1-13-1859 declaration for minor America Osborn, born 10-5-1838, dau. of Jesse Osborn, given in Daviess Co. MO. Witnessed by James Owings and Abner Osborn of Daviess Co. MO. A Biography of Fountain Co. IN has W.M. Osborn, native of IN born 3-9-1823, son of Jesse and Margaret Orr Osborn, who settled in Troy township in Fountain Co. in 1824. In 1839, Jesse moved to MO, where he died in 1845. Mrs. Osborn died in 1847. W.M. returned to Fountain Co. and in 1845 married Mary E. Dickens, dau. of Abraham and Elizabeth Dickens. They have seven children: Margaret, wife of A. DeHaven; Effie, wife of I.M. Brown; Homer; America; Josephine; Edward; and Emma. His father was a soldier in the War of 1812 and probably the only survivor of the American troops that were engaged in the battle of River Reason. History of Fountain Co. IN says Abner DeHaven is the son of Jacob and Susan Osborn De Haven, whose settlement in Fountain Co. dates to 1828. In 1868 he married Miss Margaret Osborn; I deduce that to be the daughter of W.M. and Mary Dickens Osborn. Jacob DeHaven married Susan Osburn 19 August 1830; Susan was born 8 January 1810 to William Osborn born 10 January 1764 and his wife, Elizabeth Redden, whom he married 20 February 1800. She was born 20 March 1783. Siblings to Susan include: Peggy, born 14 Jan. 1801, married James Sherrill 17 June 1819; Abner, born 11 Dec. 1802, m. Eliza Glass 3 Aug. 1826; Ipsley, born 1 Dec. 1804, married Granville Adkins 13 July 1828; Katharine, born 30 August 1806; William, born 6 Nov. 1807; John Taylor, born 21 Sept. 1811, married 1 May 1834 to Permelia DeHaven; Ruben Lyle, born 17 March 1813; Martha Ann, born 8 Dec. 1815; Eliza Curnela, born 19 Dec. 1819, married George Glascock 21 January 1840. According to Quarterly Boulder Genealogical Society Vol. 19, #1, Feb. 1987, Wm. Osborn was 69 and living in Fountain Co. IN when he applied for pension 13 March 1833, claiming he volunteered in 1779 Burke Co. NC as a mounted militia man under Capt. Wm. Adams and Lt. Wm. Simpson; at the end of three months he was discharged. In 1780 he was drafted as a private militia man in the company of Capt. Wm. Faber under Col. MOffitt and discharged after serving two 3-month terms. He was stationed at Turkey Cove at the head of Catawba River in Burke Co. and lived in Burke until 1801, when he moved to Scott Co. KY, then moved to Fountain Co. in 1827. Bennett Osborn which see above supported his claim and he was given a pension. James Adkins testified he lived next door to the family for about 25 years in Scott Co. and that he moved to Fountain Co. in the fall of 1829 and recognized Elizabeth as the widow of William. Another descendent of Jesse appears in History of Daviess and Gentry Cos. MO: W.T. Osborn born 11-14-1862 around Gallatin. His parents were Thomas J. and Susan A. Peniston Osborn. Thomas J. Osborn was born in Fountain Co. IN and came to Daviess Co. in the 1840's. His parents, Jesse Osborn and his wife, settled at Winston at the same time that Thomas J. Osborn came to Daviess Co. Thomas J. Osborn was married the first time to Miss Owen and they had four children: James, dec'd; Robert O., now a res. of Los Angeles, CA; Homer A., dec'd; and Alice, now Mrs. Harvey of St. Louis. The second marriage was to Susan A. Peniston. She was born 1838 to William P. and Miss Walls Peniston, both of KY. Thomas J. and Susan A. had the following children: W.T.; Mrs. Frank Casey; Jesse B.; Mrs. W.W. Armentrout; H.C.; Mrs. W. S. Townsend, dec'd; and Mrs. Iva Schofield. Thomas J. died in 1876 at the age of 52. Still another relative appears in Brant & Fuller's History of Daviess Co. MO 1888: Robert S. Osborn is a native of Boone Co. MO, born 10-31-1826. In April 1841 he went to Daviess Co. with his parents, natives of Scott Co. KY, both dead. Mr. Osborn married Maria Osborn 3-14-1850 and had five children: Mary E. 3-11-1851, 11-22-1856, Parmelia E. 1-30-1856, Richard J. 1-8-1859, Ruth A. 2-6-1863, Stella L. 5-28-1866, 1-13-1867. Mrs. Osborn died 4-15-1872 and was bur. in Victoria Cemetery. On 2-2-1873 he married Mrs. Agnes Reid, producing Dudley C. 12-9-1873 and Clay 9-28-1879.
Phoebe E. Osborn, daughter of Abner, took out a marriage license with George Thomason 22 October 1849 Scott Co. KY
According to Henry C. Peden, St. John's and St. George's Parish Registers, 1696-1851 for Baltimore Co. MD, an Amos and Elizabeth Osborne had John Osborne on 9 November 1796 and Mary Ann Osborne 4 March 1802. An Amos and Susanna Osborne had Susanna, born 4 June 1808, and Amos Osborne, born 2 November 1810.
F. Edward Wright's Inhabitants of Baltimore Co. MD 1692-1763 1987 lists various Benjamin Ozbourn/Orsbrown/Osborn/Osbourn/Osbornes in Baltimore tax lists for Spesutia hundred 1737, Baltimore Co. Levy Court Allowances 1739, Baltimore Co. Levy Papers 1737 for Squirrels Head, and the Baltimore Co. Debt Book 1754, which has Benjamin Osborn--pt. of Chas. Den Brad Neck; pt. of St. Martin's Ludgate; pt. of Beadly Resurvd.; pt. of Scotsmans Generosity; and Benjamin Osbourn--pt. Baddors reserve, pt. Robinshoods forrist, pt. Drisdale's Habitations.
According to Tracey & Dern's Pioneers of Old Monocacy 1987, a Benjamin Osborn appears in a list of petitioners seeking the creation of All Saint's Parish in 1742 through division of Prince George's Parish.
Barnes' Baltimore County Families 1659-1759 lists as unidentified Benjamin Osborne who m. Elizabeth and died by 28 Nov. 1758 when admin. bond was posted by admnx Elizabeth, with George Chauncy and Henry Wetherall; Elizabeth conv. prop. to her ch. Catherine and William in 1761 and mentioned son Samuel Groome Osborne.
Also a Benjamin Osborne who died by 6 December 1762 when admin. bond was posted by John Treadway with Joseph Lusby; est. was admin. 1 March 1763 by Treadway, who stated that the dec. left three children.
A Benjamin Ozborn left a will in 1760 in liber 30, folio 823, according to Raymond Clark in Index to Baltimore Co. MD Wills 1660-1777.
A Benjamin Osborn on 8 April 1781 in Maryland married Elizabeth Garrison 3 HA-3, per Maryland Marriages 1778-1800.
In the 1820 Scott Co. KY census on page 138 is a Benjamin Osburn with one male 26-45 and one female 45 and over.
In the 1840 Scott Co. KY census on page 50 is a Benjamin Osburn with one male 5-10, one male 20-30, one male 50-50, one female 15-20, and one female 60-70.
In the 1820 Scott Co. KY census on page 100 is a Bennett Osburn with one male under 10, one 16-26, one female under ten; one female 16-26. On page 139 is a Bennett Osburn with two males 10-16, one male 45 and over, two females 16-26, one female 45 and over. In 1840, there is a Bennet Osbourn on page 60 of the Scott Co. KY census with one male 5-10, one male 15-20, one male 70-80, one female 30-40, and one female 60-70; on page 153 is a Bennett with three males under five, one male 5-10, one male 20-30, one female 10-15.
B. O. Gaines, History of Scott Co. KY, Vol. 2, p. 348 mentions a Kitty Osborn, daughter of Bennet, marrying James Yateman Kelly in 1857, and a Bennett Osborn dying July 1873 at Main Street
A Cyrus and Martha Osborne had Harriot Hosborne 7 December 1796; Mary Osborne on 7 April 1799.
A Cyrus Osborne took out a marriage license with Martha Oldfield dated 26 November 1796 in Baltimore Co. MD
A Cyrus Osborne took out a marriage license with Sarah Nelson 24 Dec. 1805 in Baltimore Co. MD
Daniel Osborn married Mary Lansey or Tansey 2 February 1715 2AA-356, per Maryland Marriages 1634-1777.
According to Abstracts of Wills, Vol. 4, A Daniel Osborn 6-29-1790 names children Joseph, Daniel, Sarah, Ruth, Rachel, Clair, John, Thomas. Son Joseph is executor. Filed 11-8-1790.
A Daniel Osborn married Rebecca Coplan 4 Dec. 1797 2 FR-1158, per Maryland Marriages 1778-1800.
Baltimore Cem. Vol. 3 has a Daniel Osborn born 25 July 1846, died 4 February 1917
Baltimore Co. Wills has a Daniel Osborn for 1790 4-501
Edward Osbond married Hannah Hurst 16 October 1749 3AA-113 per Maryland Marriages 1635-1777.
Biographical Record of Harford and Cecil Counties MD p. 345 has an entry on Louis H. Osborne, native of Kent Co. MD, born 1852 on anniversary of George Washington's birthday. His parents were Edward L. and Christina J. Hall Osborne of MD and NJ respectively, had: Charles T., deceased; Mary F.; Edward L., deceased; Louis; Emma. Paternal grandfather, Groom Osborne, born MD, followed mercantile pursuits. Louis married Grace Hopkins; their only child Mary died age 11 mos. Democrat. Was this Groom Osborne related to Samuel Groom Osborne, below?
Henry Osborne, age established at 30, deposition in 1657 mentions Basil Little and Robert Mackey. Maryland Archives xli,6, per Peden's Maryland Deponents 1634-1799.
Henry J. Osborn married Susan Prents in Scott Co. KY on 19 October 1841, by minister Evan Stevenson
List of Taxables in Spesutia Lower Hundred 1737: William and James Osband, 3 slaves/5
A James Osborn age 43, in 1754 mentions an unnamed father per Peden's More Maryland Deponents 1716-1799.
Chosen as vestrymen and warders of St. George's Parish, 6 October 1750:...James Osbourne...
Baltimore Co. Debt Book 1754: James Osburn--pt. of Covent Gardin; Parkers lot; pt. of Covint Gardin; pt. of Osburn's Add n.
In the court hearings held 23 March 1779, James Osborne was on the Grand Jury, per Preston's History of Harford Co. MD.
James Osborn married Eleanor Haley 9 April 1786 11 BA-9, per Maryland Marriages 1778-1800.
St. John's and St. George's Parish Registers 1696-1851 lists a James and Amelia Osborne having John Hanson Osborne 19 March 1795; a James Osborne buried 15 December 1805; a James Osborne buried 11 Nov. 1810.
Abstracts of Wills Vol. 6 has a James Osborn deceased 7-17-1799 left inheritance to Elijah Merryman. Will dated 3-1-1797 left all estate in England or Great Britain to children Mary Ginge, Charlotte Butcher, Martha and Ruth Osborn. He had wife Elizabeth.
Abstract of Wills Vol. 5 has James Osburn 9-11-1793 who leaves dau. Sarah, son James
Baltimore Co. Wills: James Osborn 1798 6-97 and James Osborn 1793 5-123/4
1776 Harford Lower Hundred, Harford Co. MD lists:
Osborn, James Jr. age 31
Osborne, James Sr., 64; Gean, 55; Martha, 18; 4 blacks
James Osburn Jr. took the oath of fidelity from Samuel G. Osborne in 1778, per Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh's Maryland Records, Vol. II, published in 1928.
A John Osburn married Mary Sullivan 24 December 1732 3BA-150, per Maryland Marriages 1634-1777.
Robert Barnes' Baltimore County Families lists as unidentified a John Osborne who married Mary Sullivan on 24 December 1732 and had Daniel Sullivan Osborne; further, a John Osborne, with Edward and Susana Stevenson, conv. 50 acres Friendship to James Kelly in August 1748.
Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vol. V, page 103, has Osburn, Jno. Kent Island, Queen Anne's Co. 1 January 1746\7. He mentions wife Rachel, four nephews/nieces: Rebecca Derochburn, Samuel Osburn, Susanna Legg, and William Osburn, son of my brother Samuel Osburn.
A John Osborn took the oath of fidelity in Prince George's Co. MD before Osborn Sprigg, per Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh's Maryland Records, Vol. II 1928.
Henry Peden Jr.'s More Maryland Deponents 1716-1799 mentions a John Osborn, age 26 in 1786; and a John Osbourn, age 38, in 1796.
A Jn. Osborn Jr. married Mary Armigost 19 May 1785 11 BA-8, per Maryland Marriages 1778-1800.
A John Osborn married Elizabeth Stewart 27 October 1794 3HA-24, per Maryland Marriages 1778-1800.
According to Henry C. Peden Jr.'s St. John's and St. George's Parish Registers 1696-1851, John and Elizabeth Osborne had James Hervey Osborn 18 October 1795 and Ann Osborne 30 June 1799.
Abstracts of Wills Vol. 4 has John Frazier, 5-20-1778, mentions grandson John, son of John and Ruth Osburn 12-7-1785.
On 8 October 1802 in Scott Co. KY a John Osborn received "my wife's full part" of the estate of Spencer Neale, deceased, "she being his widow."
Baltimore Cem. Vol. 3 has a John H. Osborn 28 February 1863-28 October 1921; Elizabeth his wife 2 February 1875-28 October 1953; John I. Osborn 14 April 1917-16 December 1937.
Barnes mentioned in Baltimore County Families a Joseph Osborne, who in 1750 owned 135 acres Turkey Cock Hall.
According to Baltimore Co. Debt Book 1754, Joseph Osbourn was at Turkey Cock Hall.
A Joseph Osborne married Urath Bond 25 January 1761 4 BA-73, per Maryland Marriages 1634-1777.
A Joseph Osborn is in Baltimore Co. Wills dated 1823 11-558
In the court held 23 Mary 1779 at Bush, Samuel Groom Osborne was a justice, and again the next year, per Walter Preston's History of Harford Co. MD, written in 1901. Further, Samuel Groome Osborne was a second lieutenant under Alexander Cowen, captain, in 1776.
Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh's Maryland Records, Vol. II, says Cyrus Osborn took the oath of fidelity before Saml. Groome Osborn 1 March 1778 Harford Co. In another list, James Osbourn Jr. took the oath from Samuel G. Osborne around 1778, as did William Osbourn and William Osbourn listed as two separate men.
On 21 March 1790 Samuel Osburn married Susanna Akels 3 BA-227, per Maryland Marriages 1778-1800.
A Thomas Osborn, dec'd, has underage children Clery, Bennett, Hannah, Larkin. The estate managed by Thomas Osborne and Abarella Osborn. Will Book A, May 1805 From Bio. and Gen. History of Wayne, Fayette, Union and Franklin Cos. IN, Vol. 1 1899, which has an entry on a Levi Osborn, the Thomas who died was the husband of a Rachel Osborn; she moved to Quackertown,Liberty Township, Union Co. as early as 1812 and lived there until her death at over ninety years of age. Rachel's sons included Larkin, Bennett, Aaron, and Levi, who all reared families in Union Co. and lived to reach 70 years. Bennett died in Harmony township and one of his sons, Bennett, is a citizen of Dunlapsville. Larkin moved to Rush Co. and died there. Aaron lived and died in Franklin Co. Levi m. Rebecca West, who came from NJ and whose father was Thomas West. Around 1842, the family moved to Franklin Co. in the vicinity of Blooming Grove, where Levi died at age 82. Mrs. Rebecca Osborn died at age 78. Both were Methodist. Their children were: Adeline, Elizabeth, Mary Jane, Almira, Louisa, Serilda, George, and John. All married; all but Almira and Mary Jane are alive in 1899. John was born in Harmony Twp. Union Co. 1-27-1831. He married Miss Elizabeth Neptune of Franklin Co. 9-28-1854. She died 3-20-1897. Their three children are living in 1899: Albert, George, and Laura. Per Brant & Fuller's History of Rush Co. IN 1888 page. 179, an entry on Theodore Osborn, he was born 1-22-1846 in Union Co. the seventh of 8 children, four sons and four dau. born to Larkin and Mary Howell Osborn, with whom he came to Rush in 1852. The father died in October 1863. His wife is now 77. Theodore's paternal grandfather was Thomas Osborn, a native of KY. His three brothers were Aaron T., Lewis L., and Lucien B., the first of whom is dead. His four sisters were Sarah J., Mary E., Clemma A., and Julia E. Presumably part of this family is the James Osborn listed in A Biographical Directory of the Indiana General Assembly, 1816-1899, Vol. 1, p. 66: OSBORN, James, HOUSE, 1839-40 UNION. Born August 28, 1788, Georgetown, KY. Married Clemme Osborn 1 child; married Mrs. Eliza Blew. Baptist, not a church member. Indiana militia: captain. Moved to Harmony Twp., Union Co. IN ca. 1817. Farmer. Democrat. Justice of the peace in Harmony Twp. several years. Delegate, Democratic national convention, 1844, 1856. Lost for state representative, 1836. Died Sept. 3, 1859, Harmony Twp., Union Co. IN.
A Thos. Osburn married Diana Askins 25 September 1794 50 BA-395, per Maryland Marriages 1778-1800.
A Thomas Osburne, deceased, appears in Will Book A, 23 May 1803, Scott Co. KY where James Osburn, Wm. Frazer, and Richard Tiner take bond to administer his estate. Inventory is submitted in June 1803. Scott Co. Order Book A has William Ward administering estate of James Osburn deceased who was administering estate of Thomas Osburne, brother, 26 Nov. 1804
Tax list for Elkhorn Creek, Scott Co. KY 1799 has Bennit Osborn, Thomas Osborn Sr., Richard Osborn, Levy Osborn
A Thomas Osborn buys four items from James Osborn's inventory 6 Dec. 1804, Scott Co. KY Will Book A; this could be the son of Thomas Osborn husband of Elizabeth Simpson
A list of Franklin Co. IN taxpayers for 1811 includes a Thomas Osborn and Jonathan Osborn.
In the 1820 Scott Co. KY on page 95 is a Thomas Osburn with one male under 10, one male 16-26, one female 16-26.
Scott Co. KY Deed Book I, page 129, 10 April 1830 has Thomas Osburn
Grantor and Elijah Hawkins grantee for $75 cash for land attached to premises
where Osburn now lives, formerly property of Hewitt; a number of household
items now in possession of Osburn. E. Hawkins becomes security for Osburn
in bonds: one to Geo. Sweatenway and two to Stephen Breckinridge.
In the 1840 census on page 49 is a Thomas Osburn with one male under 5, one male 5-10, one male 15-20, one male 20-30, one male 40-50, one female 10-15, one female 30-40. On page 132 is a Thomas with one male 5-10, one male 10-15, one male 30-40, one female under 5, and one female 30-40.
Baltimore Cem. Vol. 3 has Martha Ellener Osborn, dau. of Thomas/Ann, died 1863 age 36. Thomas Osborn d. 4 June 1863 age 77y 4m 26d. Ann Osborn b. 8 Dec. 1800, died 16 Jan. age 80y 1m 8d.
Baltimore Tax List 1692 in Spesutia Hundred has Will Osborne, Rich'd Perkins/1
Baltimore Tax List 1695 for Spesutia Hundred has Richard Perkins/1; William Osborne, Jno. Hall, John Howard, 1 slave/4
Henry Peden Jr.'s Maryland Deponents 1634-1799 has William Osborn of Baltimore Co., age established at 76 in 1703, in Baltimore Co. records, and William Osborn, age established at 48 in 1733, Baltimore Co., H.W.S. no. 3, 180.
Baltimore Tax List 1737 Spesutia Hundred has Benjamin Ozbourn, William Ozbourn/2
Baltimore Co. Levy Court Allowances 1739 has Benjamin and William Orsbrown
List of Taxables in Spesutia Lower Hundred 1737 has William and James Osband, 3 slave/5
In More Maryland Deponents, a William Osburne is aged 35 in 1728 QA 2:79.
Maryland Calendar of Wills, Vo. VIII, p. 108, has Osborne, William, Kent Island, Queen Anne's Co. 5 October 1740; sons William and Samuel get Martins Neck; son John gets "Addition;" dau. Rebecca and Susanna, wife Sarah.
In a 1747 deposition, a William Osburn is mentioned as deceased, and his widow has married Matthias Pooley.
A William Osborn is mentioned as deceased in a 1750 deposition by George Chancey, Jacob Hanson, and Thomas Dannower BA 1:35, per More Maryland Deponents.
Baltimore Co. Debt Book 1754 has William Osburn--Hollis Neck; pt. of Planters Neglect; Hollis Chance and Refuse
William Osborn married Ann, widow of James Bissett, 3 August 1762 aBA-358, per Maryland Marriages 1634-1777.
Per Brumbaugh's Maryland Records, "Osborn, William, of Benjamin" took the oath of fidelity before William Webb.
1776 Harford Lower Hundred, Harford Co. MD has:
Osborne, William Sr., 53. 5 blacks
Osborne, William Jr., 30; Mary, 26; Cordelia, 8; Abriler, 6; Cyrus, 4; John Cord, 11; Ann Canfield, 14; 4 blacks.
According to Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh, Maryland Records, Vol. I, 1928,
the 1776 Census for Frederick Co. MD, North West Hundred, has:
Ozburn, William, 53
Per Brumbaugh's Maryland Records, William Osborn married Hanna Hanshaw 15 September 1779 Anne Arundel Co.
William Osborn m. Ann Lytle 16 December 1781 3 HA-24, per Maryland Marriages 1778-1800; William Osborne married Nancy LLytle 19 Dec. 1780 2 CH-455 per Maryland Marriages 1778-1800. Brumbaugh's Maryland Records says Rev. George H. Worsley, Rector of Port Tobacco Parish in Charles Co. performed this marriage.
A William Osborn was on the Grand Jury in August of 1791, per Preston's History of Harford Co. MD.
Wm. Osborn m. Christiana Stonecifer 21 December 1799 3 AL-6, per Maryland Marriages 1778-1800.
St. John's and St. George's Parish Register 1696-1851 has:
William Osborne buried 19 February 1798;
William and Harriet Osborne had children James Osborne, 3 April 1810;
Mary Susanna Osbourne 16 Oct. 1811;
William Osborne and Polly Horn had Charlotte Osborne 22 Feb. 1802
Raymond Clark's Index to Baltimore Co. MD Wills 1660-1777 has William Osborne, Bush River, liber 3, folio 433, 1704/5 1-140.
Annie Walker B. Bell's Index to Rent Roll of Baltimore Co. Calvert Papers has William Osbourn on 111, 112, 120, 140, 233.
William L. Osborne died 8 May 1880 age 50y 8m, per Dover United Methodist Cemetery in Maryland
Spesutia Lower Hundred, St. George's Parish, 1756-1763, Bachelors Taxed: William Osborn, worth 300 pounds
Georgetown Cemetery, Scott Co. KY has William Osburn possibly 11481?, b. 22 July 1742, died 5 February 1832, and wife Patience, b. 10 August 1752, died 20 August 1833
The 1820 Scott Co. KY census has a Will Osburn on page 100 with one male 45 or over. On page 124 is a Will Osburn with five males under ten, one 45 or over, one female under ten, two females 10-16, one female 26-45.
Scott Co. KY Deed Book L, p. 286, has William Osbourne grantor; Benjamin W. Finnell and Wm. McDaniel, merchants of Georgetown, grantees; 18 March 1833, a mortgage secured by note and household goods.
The 1840 Scott Co. KY census has a William Osbourn and D. Gans pages
49 and 99 with two males 20-30. Page 143 has a Will age 80-90 with a female
age 60-70; and a Will age 30-40 with a female age 30-40.