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Interested in Osborne Family History, my mother's maiden name was Osborne, her father was Herbert Osborne, his father Horace Osborn(e), his father Ard Osborn(e).

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Added: My problem is trying to find the father of my 3rd GG Reuben Osborn (1753 - 1813). He married Hannah Osborn about 1777. She was born in 1763 and died 28 Feb 1853 in Attica, Genesse County, New York. Reuben was a baptist minister who died in Attica, New York.
There is a Reuben Osborn (1755-1830) who married Miriam Atwater (1755-1813) who is my 2nd cousin 5 times removed.
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My maternal GGGfather was Benjamin Franklin Osborne of Catahoula Co. Louisiana. He married Rachael Evangeline Wallace in 1861. He died of pneumonia prior to the birth of my GGmother, Rosalie Alice Osborne. I haven't done any research on the Osborne family.

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My fathers family originated from Ohio after Ireland and moved to California before Mississippi

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Ancestors came from Virginia, about 1700s and moved to Fairview, Md, now Boring, Maryland and settled on land which they have farmed and still do for over 200 years.

Dan was the one who settled in Maryland, Dorsey Greenberry Osborn’s parents: Daniel Osborn (1735 – 1790) and Judah Greenberry (?? - ??), His grandparents were John Osborn (1707 – 1806) and Mary Sullivan (1712 - ??)

Family tradition says when Daniel Sullivan married Judah Greenberry his Father insisted they leave the Virginia Colony, & the father helped them buy land in Maryland and move. They are buried on the old Osborn farm, about 300 yards north of Osborn Rd and Reisterstown road. Indians were not allowed in the Dover cemetery at that time. Grimes tradition says that Judah was a “Greenbeery”. She was a native Indian of the “Pamunkey” Tribe in King William, Virginia, supposedly, Pocahontas's tribe.”


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INTERESTED IN FAMILY HISTORY.

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I love that you have made this website! My 3rd greatgrandmother was Elizabeth Osborne b.1800 who married Garry Morris. I am sad there are no other researchers on this line but at least I can share what I have! Great idea to reference all sources.

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My Osborne line of descent is from Sarah Woodbury Osborne (22 Sep 1715, Boston, MA - 1773 Portland, ME) who married Thomas Oxnard in Boston, MA, on 10 Mar 1737. I'm looking for her parents on back.

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I am in the process of documenting my line of descent from John Osborn of Windsor, CT. I'm having difficulties in linking descendants of Alexander OSBORN-8608. I believe he had a son, Alexander Jr., who died in Nova Scotia. I descend from his son Elijah Carpenter Osborn who was an early settler of Western Michigan.

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