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I'm doing research on my partner's, Jerry Osborne, family who came from Glasgow, KY. So, far I've managed to link them back to Thomas Osborne in VA, one of the first settlers there.

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Looking for Thomas b Osborne went from Mississippi to ? We are at a dead end

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Hello,
William Osborn (1764) is my 4th Great Grandfather.
I am looking for information on his father.
Any help would be appreciated
thanks


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Thomas Osborne Jr is my 10th great grandfather, born 1615 in England, immigrated to Henrico, VA 1619.

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I am a 5th great grandson of Christopher Osborne of Mecklenburg Co, VA (d. 1789), through his daughter Pherby Ingram Osborne.

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I am a descendant of Fannie Osborn (daughter of William Osborn) who married Tavner Branham in Scott County, Kentucky

Added: December 18, 2016
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My great-great Grandmother was Sarah E Osborn(e) and John Cooper. Sarah's father is supposed to be Joseph Osborn(e) 1784-1870.

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My heritage is from the Osborne Family. :)

Added: October 30, 2016
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According to a 1948 historical compilation of articles titled "Echos of Lusby's Mill" by the Lusby's Mill Homemakers, the Osburn/Osborne's were one of the first four families to settle that area of present day Owen County, Kentucky just before the dawn of the 19th century. The other three family surnames were Cobb, Clifton, and Perkins. The community was first called Cobb's Station for Samuel Cobb, a Revolutionary War veteran who was the patriarch of the Cobb family that first arrived in this area. I am researching these families as well as the Lusby family for whom Lusby's Mill was eventually renamed. I appreciate Lee Osborne's (the owner of this website and with whom I share a common ancestor) research and dedication to the accuracy and preservation of the Osborne family genealogical and historical data.

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