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Mrs. Hazel O’Brate
Syracuse – Funeral for Mrs. Hazel V. O’Brate, 83, will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at the First Christian Church, Syracuse, the Rev. Clyde Spaulding officiating.
Burial will be in Syracuse Cemetery.
Mrs. O’Brate died Saturday at the Hamilton County Hospital, Syracuse.
Born Sept. 21, 1892, at Eureka Springs, Ark., she was married to Anthony O’Brate in 1956 at Los Angeles. He died in 1959. She had lived in Syracuse since 1956.
Mrs. O’Brate was a member of the First Christian Church, Syracuse.
Survivors include a son, Norval Ogden, San Diego, Calf.; two step-sons, Larry O’Brate, Bowie, Md., and Howard O’Brate, 1711 Mike’s Dr., Garden City; three daughters, Mrs. Lucille Hart and Mrs. Dorothy Eastman, both of Sand Diego, and Mrs. Jessie Ashley, Phoenix, Ariz.; a step-daughter, Mrs. Helen Christeansen, Walsh, Colo.; 18 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday at McFadden Mortuary, Syracuse.
|Reed, Hazel Vivian (I279)
|2||"After the death of Nathaniel Merrill his widow married Stephen Jordan (or Jourdain)."||Wilterton, Susanna (I572)
|3||"BIGELOW. (Biglow, Biglo, Bigulah, &c.)|
JOHN BIGELOW, a blacksmith, of Wat., took the oath of fidelity, 1652, and was selectman 1665, '70, '71. He m., Oct. 30, 1642, MARY WARREN. [Warren, 3.] [This is the earliest marriage found in the town records.] She d. Oct. 19, 1691. and he m. (2d), Oct. 2, 1694, SARAH BEMIS. (Bemis, 2.] He d. July 14, 1703, aged 86. Inventory, (in pounds) 627, 12. His will was dated Jan. 4, 1702-3, and proved July 28, 1703."
SOURCE: Book Title Page: Genealogies of the Families and Descendants of the Early Settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts, including Waltham and Weston; to which is appended The Early History of the Town. With Illustrations, Maps and Notes. By Henry Bond, M. D. Second Edition. With a memoir of the author, by Horatio Gates Jones, A. M. Two Volumes in One. Boston: Published by the N. E. Historic-Genealogical Society, For the benefit of the "Bond Fund." 1860. (Page #29).
|Bigelow, John (I591)
|4||"Of Samuel's seventeen children, thirteen at least grew up, and ten married. Most of them lived in Upper Canada."||Merrill, Samuel (I507)
|5||1930 US census Charles A. Guernsey, age 75, married. A lodger in a large boarding house. Occupation is mining.||Guernsey, Charles Arthur (I170)
|6||23 Feb 1882||Robinson, James Brim (I276)
|7||A Merrill Memorial: An account of the descendants of Nathaniel Merrill, an early settler of Newbury.|
Nathaniel Merrill (7 Feb 1748-1 Mar 1820) West Hartford, New Hartford and Litchfieldo, Conn., and Cherry Valley, Otsego County, N.Y. f and Hannah Belden (5 Apr 1744-25 Mar 1809). Nathaniel served 3 years in the Revolution.
xvi. Candance, b.12 Nov, 1790, in West Hartford; d. 24 Nov 1875; m.22 Mar 1812, John F. Marks (1790-1872); lived Roseboom, Otsego Co., N.Y.; thirteen children.
|Merrill, Candace (I319)
|8||A Noted Methodist Dead.|
The Rev. Thomas H. Sinex moral and prudential manager of the town of Pacific Grove, under the Pacific Grove Retreat Association, and also secretary of that body, died Feb. 1st at his residence in the Grove. He had been suffering from an affection of the heart for the past eight months.
For many years Dr. Sinex was a prominent member of the Methodist clergy of California. He came to this state in 1850 and for many years was president of the University of the Pacific at Santa Clara. He was also Presiding Elder of the Stockton District, pastor of the Bush-street Methodist church in San Francisco and for the past fifteen years Superintendent of the town of Pacific Grove. He built the large Methodist Episcopal Church and Assembly Hall there and was the promoter of many other public improvements.
Dr. Sinex was born in New Albany, Ind., seventy-four years ago and entered the ministry at the age of nineteen. - Gonzales Tribune.
|Sinex, Thomas Henry (I183)
|9||Abigail baptized 02 Nov 1690; living 1714 when she receipted for her share of father's estate; married, unknown date, Joseph SACKETT. Resided Westfield, MA.||Bigelow, Abigail (I633)
For more information see page 16 of The English ancestry of Abraham Belknap,who settled in Lynn, Mass., 1635.
|Belknap or Beltoft, Abraham (I467)
|11||Abraham is named in his grandfather Richard's will. "Item I: Give to Abraham Beltofte son of Bennett Beltoft my Godchild Ten shillings to be paid him with one year next after my decease."||Belknap or Beltoft, Abraham (I467)
|12||Abraham Merrill was a weaver and lived in the north part of the town (now West Newbury, near the mouth of Artichoke River. He was a deacon of the Congregational Church in Newbury, Mass.||Merrill, Abraham (I576)
|13||After her husband John C. Harker died, she left Dover, NH to live with their daughter Harriet Amanda Osgood (nee Harker) in Rochester, NH. She then married Luther Wentworth - no children from that marriage. After Luther died, she and Charles Robert Harker, her youngest son, lived with her daughter once again. The entire family moved to California in 1888. Wilfred Hudson Osgood, zoologist and past curator of the Field Museum, is her grandson. Harriet is the daughter of Daniel and Mary Watson from Dover, NH.||Watson, Harriet Amanda (I304)
|14||After his wife's death in January 1850, census records list Hudson in his brother Peltiah Osgood's household in August 1850. In 1870 he is in the household of Redman Woodman.||Osgood, Hudson (I312)
|15||After Jonathan Bigelow's death, Mary (Benton) married 19 March 1713 to Deacon John Shepard, a brother of Jonathan's first wife.||Benton ???, Mary (I590)
|16||Alabama deaths and burials index|
Name: John Lighter
Birth Date: abt 1875
Death Date: 7 Jan 1946
Death Place: Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama
Death Age: 71
Marital status: Married
Father Name: George Lighter
Mother Name: Armelia Hamilton
Spouse Name: Emma Brewer Lighter
FHL Film Number: 1908803
John D. Lighter's occupation:
1910 census: Lawyer
1020 census: Lawyer
1930 census: Laborer in pipe shop
1940 census: minister
|Lighter, John D. (I79)
|17||Alice, bapt. at Sawbridgeworth 16 Sept. 1561; d., probably s.p., not later than 1594; m. 5 Oct. 1578 Edward Lyndesell, perhaps s. of Peter and Joan of Sawbridgeworth (see Feet of Fines in Herts Genealogist and Antiquary, vol. 3, p. 322, although, if the reference here is to the Alice of this pedigree, she did not die until after 1600).||Beltoft or Belknap, Alice (I485)
|18||Alice, bapt. at Sawbridgeworth 16 Sept. 1561; d., probably s.p., not later than 1594; m. 5 Oct. 1578 Edward Lyndesell, perhaps s. of Peter and Joan of Sawbridgeworth (see Feet of Fines in Herts Genealogist and Antiquary, vol. 3, p. 322, although, if the reference here is to the Alice of this pedigree, she did not die until after 1600).||Lyndesell, Edward (I488)
|19||Anthony Hendricks O'Brate, son of Lawrence and Leona O'Brate, was born in Rush County, Kansas on Sept 26, 1886. When he was six years of age, his father and uncle made the run in the Cherokee Strip opening and staked a claim northwest of Enid, Oklahoma for the family. They followed by covered wagon a short time later. He was educated in a country school near the family home. On October 5, 1907, he was united in marriage to Sarah "Sadie" Elizabeth Payne, a former classmate. The family lived and farmed near Enid until 1944 when the family moved to a farm near Syracuse, Kansas. They later moved into Syracuse where on November 28, 1955, his wife died. In 1956 he married Hazel Reed Ogden, family friend of many years. They resided in Syracuse until his death November 24, 1970. Because of ill health, both he and his wife have been patients of a rest home the past seven years. According to his philosophy of life---tranquility, simplicity, kindness, patience, and generosity were supreme qualities. Surviving him are his wife, Hazel, of Donohue Memorial Rest Home; a daughter, Helen Elizabeth Christiansen of Lycan, Colorado; five sons, Larry of Bowie, Maryland; Howard of Pueblo, Colorado; and Elmer, Glen and Merrill, all of Syracuse; three step-daughters, (Living) Eastman of El Cajon, California; Mrs. Jessie Mae Ashley of Phoenix, Arizona; and Mrs. Lucille Hart of San Diego; a step-son, Norval Ogden of Imperial Beach, California; 13 grandchildren, 30 step-grandchildren, and one great great grandchild, 18 step-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews and many, many friends. |
Written by his grandchild.
|O'Brate, Anthony H. (I292)
|20||Antoinette Gay Oct 17, 1981|
Antoinette Guernsey Gay, a former Pacific Grove resident and a reporter for several years for The Herald, died in Puyallup, Wash., after a prolonged illness Oct. 17. She was 87.
Mrs. Gay was active in newspaper work for 39 years, from 1925 when she became a reporter on the then Peninsula Daily Herald until 1964 when she and her husband, Milus Gay, also a former Herald reporter, sold their interest in a weekly newspaper in Buckley, Wash., and retired. The couple published the Monterey Trader, a weekly newspaper, from 1933 to 1954.
Mrs. Gay was brought by her mother, Mary Bryant Guernsey, as a little girl from Chicago to Pacific Grove, where she attended elementary and high schools.
Mrs. Gay was a member of the Pacific Grove High girls basketball team that won a tri-county championship in 1911, and was described as a “jumping center” on the team. She also wrote the words and music for Pacific Grove High’s school song, “All Hail, Pacific Grove.”
After high school, Mrs. Gay was a social worker for the Child Welfare Society on the lower East Side of New York City. When she returned to Pacific Grove after World War I, Mrs. Gay taught a private kindergarten class, filling a need not provided then by public schools.
In 1933, she and her husband started the Monterey Trader, which got its name from the “trade warrants” issued by the city of Monterey as a means of financing unemployment relief.
In 1941, she wrote a condensed history of the Presidio of Monterey from 1770 to 1940 for the city of Monterey.
She was elected to the Monterey County Democratic Central Committee in 1936. Two years later, she was appointed to the state Democratic Central Committee.
Mrs. Gay is survived by her husband; a son, Henry G. Gay of Shelton, Wash.; and daughters, Antoinette G. Korngold of Palo Alto and Beverly Gage of Buckley, Wash.; 12 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.
A son, Air Force Maj. Bryant G. Gay, died in the crash of a B-52 bomber in 1956.
Private memorial services have been held in Buckley. Cremated remains will be buried in the family plot of her husband’s great-grandfather in El Carmelo Cemetery in Pacific Grove.
|Guernsey, Antoinette (I169)
|21||Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography, 1600-1889.|
Stratton, Henry Dwight, educator, b.in Amherst, Ohio, 24 Aug., 1824; d. in New York city, 20 Feb. 1867. He was educated in the public schools of Lorain county and at Oberlin college, but was not graduated. With Henry B. Bryant he established the Bryant and Stratton business colleges, which at the time of his death numbered more than fifty, located in the principal cities of the United States and Canada.
|Stratton, Henry Dwight (I216)
|22||April 8, 1879, the court appointed M. Knight, A. A. Brodie, William Marrs, F. M. Sams, F. O. Massie, John F. Proctor, N. G. Heflin and W. A. Gage commissioners to select a site for a new court-house. The lot, then vacant, adjoining the public square on the north was favored by many, but the commission failed to agree, and the old site was chosen by the county judge. G. N. Heflin was appointed building commissioner January 5, 1881, but declined; John R. Simpson was appointed in April, 1881. The contract was awarded to W. A. Gage May 24, 1881, at his bid of $3,000. February 6, 1882, S. P. Jackson contracted to finish and furnish the interior for $1,000. The building is built of brick, 40×50 feet, and is twenty-six feet high from the foundation to the roof.|
There are four doors, and two halls crossing in the center of the lower floor, thus giving convenient access to four rooms, each 12×27 feet. The entire upper story is used as a court-room. The building was formally accepted by the county court October 4, 1882, and constitutes the present court-house.
Huntsville Lodge No. 364, F. &. A. M., was instituted January 16, 1879, with James Gilliland, W. M.; C. K. Polk, S. W.; John A. Proctor, J. W.; W. A. Gage, J. E. Plummer, P. W. Newton, F. M. Sams, G. T. Berry, C. B. Sanders, John Bowen, William Stotts and Neal Dorsey, as members and officers.
|Gage, William Andrew (I31)
|23||baptized 10 Mar 1589/90||Belknap or Beltoft, Abraham (I467)
|24||Benjamin Harrington, son of Robert and Susan (George) Harrington, born at Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts 26 January 1661/62, died at Weston, Middlesex, Massachusetts 27 March 1724. He married at Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts 10 December 1684, Abigail Bigelow, daughter of John and Mary (Warren) Bigelow of Watertown. Abigail Bigelow Harrington was born at Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts 4 February 1663/64, died in Weston, Middlesex, Massachusetts 12 January 1754 aged 90 years.|
Children of Benjamin and Abigail (Bigelow) Harrington, born in Watertown, Middlesex, Massachusetts (The part of Watertown now Weston)
1. Benjamin Harrington, Jr., born 2 October 1685
2. Abigail Harrington, born 2 March 1688/89, married John Merrick. Jr. on 17 July 1718
3. Isaac Harrington, born 2 February 1692/93
4. Thankful Harrington, born 29 September 1701, married Lieut. Jonathan Livermore 27 March 1723
Source: "Early Generations of the Famly of Robert Harrington of Watertown, Massachusetts 1634 and Some of His Descendants" by Frederick Lewis Weis, ThD. (1958) Page 19.
|Harrington, Benjamin (I644)
|25||Beverly Gay Gage passed away peacefully on November 28, 2021 in her home overlooking South Prairie and Mt. Rainier that she designed sixty years ago. Beverly was born July 15, 1928 in Wheatland, Wyoming to Milus and Antoinette Gay. The youngest of four children, she grew up in Monterey and Pacific Grove, California, and graduated as Valedictorian from Monterey Union High School in 1946. While attending the University of California at Berkeley, she met and married Louis Gage in 1948. They moved to Buckley, Washington in 1952, where Louis was co-owner and editor of the Buckley News Banner. In 1965, they started Buckley Real Estate Service, and she worked as the business bookkeeper until they retired in 1986.|
During those years, Beverly was active in the community as a member of the Ida Marge Orthopedic Guild, the Women’s Musical and Literary Society, and the Buckley Library Board. In 1972, she was appointed to the Pierce County Library Board of Trustees and advocated for partnerships with municipal libraries to build new facilities and expand and improve services, resulting in new library buildings in Buckley, Bonney Lake, Sumner and many other communities. In 1986, Beverly was appointed to an exploratory committee formed to plan expansion of the University of Washington into downtown Tacoma. That effort resulted in the opening of the Tacoma branch campus (UWT) in 1997.
Beverly was preceded in death by her husband Louis, their daughter, Laurie Richardson, her brothers Bryant Gay and Henry Gay, and her sister, Antoinette Gay Korngold. Beverly is survived by her children Nancy Chennault (Jim), Cliff Gage (Debbie), Tim Gage, and Wendy Shook (Pete), thirteen grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren.
A memorial service will be held this summer when her garden is in bloom.
|Gay, Beverly (I295)
|26||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||Notes, Notes (I293)
|27||Billerica births: STERNE, John [dup. Sternes, second dup. Stearns] s. John and Sara [dup. and second dup. Sarah] [Sarah. MR], May "the seconde weeke," 1654.|
Billerica deaths: STEARNS, John, Capt., Oct. 26, 1728. [a. 74. GR1].
|Stearns, Lieut. John Jr. (I641)
|28||Biography included in The History of Madison County, Arkansas published by Goodspeed Publishing Company in 1889.|
On December 25, 1833, there settled eleven miles east of Huntsville, on King’s River, John Gage and his wife. They entered land among the very first in that neighborhood, and on January 19 following their first child, Rhoda, was born. They lived there to rear a family of eleven children, all of whom but one lived to manhood and womanhood. John Gage was a farmer, and in 1859 went to Shawnee County, Kas., which place he left in 1866 to reside in Greenwood County, where he is now living at the age of eighty-one. He was born August 5, 1807 in Hardman County, Tenn., and when a boy went to Pulaski County, Mo., where he married Lydia Clement, who died December 14, 1871, in Kansas. Eight of the children are now living, all residents of Kansas except William A.
|Gage, John Andrew (I41)
|29||Biography included in The History of Madison County, Arkansas published by Goodspeed Publishing Company in 1889. |
William A. Gage.
On December 25, 1833, there settled eleven miles east of Huntsville, on King’s River, John Gage and his wife. They entered land among the very first in that neighborhood, and on January 19 following their first child, Rhoda, was born. They lived there to rear a family of eleven children, all of whom but one lived to manhood and womanhood. John Gage was a farmer, and in 1859 went to Shawnee County, Kas., which place he left in 1866 to reside in Greenwood County, where he is now living at the age of eighty-one. He was born August 5, 1807 in Hardman County, Tenn., and when a boy went to Pulaski County, Mo., where he married Lydia Clement, who died December 14, 1871, in Kansas. Eight of the children are now living, all residents of Kansas except William A. He was born January 9, 1836, and grew to manhood beneath the paternal roof. After his marriage he engaged in farming upon the home place until the close of the war, when he purchased a place a short distance above, upon which he lived until 1874. Being then elected county clerk, he sold his place and came to Huntsville, and has since served in the same office four consecutive terms. His farm, which is located one-half mile north of Huntsville, is one of the nicest in the neighborhood. Mr. Gage served some time in the third Arkansas Infantry during the war, but was discharged on account of disability, but afterward served as orderly-sergeant in John Carroll’s company. He is now engaged in stock raising in connection with his farming, and for five year did a mercantile business in Huntsville. April 12, 1860, he married Angelina Hargis, who was born April 19, 1839, in Georgia, and accompanied her parents to this State in 1859. Her mother is still living. Mr. and Mrs. Gage have five children: James T. and Joseph A., editors of the Madison County Democrat; Lydia E., Kate and Ella. Two children, John W., the oldest and Maggie B., the youngest, are deceased. Mr. Gage is a leading Democrat of the county, and for many years was chairman of the Democratic County Central Committee. He is a Royal Arch Mason and a highly esteemed citizen.
|Gage, William Andrew (I31)
|30||Birth date is from the Massachusetts, Town Clerk, 1626-2001 records.||Bigelow, Abigail (I622)
|31||Birthdate of 14 June 1657 in Genealogy of the Wells Family||Flagg, Mary (I661)
|Brewer, Emberson Green (I47)
|33||Buried on homestead land|
|Vesey, Sarah (I98)
|34||California county birth, marriage, and death records, 1849-1980.|
Entry for Horace G. Gay.
Near San Jose, March 23, 1862, Horace G., son of M.Gay, aged 13 years>
Paper: April 3, 1862.
|Gay, Horace (I182)
|35||California state roster, 1909 goverment and military records:|
Given Name: Milus H.
Position: Member of the Assembly
City: Santa Clara
Death Date: 18 Mar 1894
Page #: 616
|Gay, Milus Harvey (I179)
|36||California, U.S., Death Index, 1940-1997|
Name: Alice M Gay
[Alice Maud Osgood]
Birth Date: 12 Apr 1878
Death Date: 16 Dec 1964
Death Place: Alameda
Mother's Maiden Name: Harker
New Hampshire, U.S., Birth Index, 1659-1900
Name: Alice Osgood
Birth Date: 12 Apr 1878
Birth Place: Rochester, New Hampshire, USA
Father: Marion H Osgood
Mother: Harriet A Osgood
|Osgood, Alice Maud (I173)
|37||Capt. Christopher Osgood of Andover, Mass.; born 1643; died 1723; married 6 Dec. 1663, Hannah Belknap, of Lynn, Mass., who died 21 Nov., 1679; married, second, 22 May, 1680, Hannah Barker, who died 6 April, 1687; married, third, Sarah (Unknown), who died July, 1689; married, fourth, Sarah (Unknown), who survived him. After the marriage of his mother to Deacon Rowell of Andover, Mass., he sold out the estate left him by his father in Ipswich, and moved to Andover, Mass., where dwelt the children of John Osgood; there he resided till his decease, 1723. He was a millwright, as was also the William Osgood of Salisbury. He built Frye's mills in Andover. He was Captain, and Representative from Andover 1690.||Osgood, Captain Christopher (I416)
|38||cause of death: paralysis||Stevens, Varnum (I348)
|39||Cemetery name comes from death certificate. I can find no entry for her on Find a Grave to confirm location.||Shook, Alice (I270)
|40||Christopher Osgood and wife Margaret [elsewhere Margery] came to New England in the "Mary and John" from London, 24 March, 1633-34. On this vessel were also the parents of Margaret [elsewhere Margery] Osgood, Philip and Mary Fowler. They all settled in Ipswich, being among the earliest there. His grants of land there in 1635 adjoined those of his father-in-law.||Winslow, Mary (I450)
|41||Christopher Osgood and wife Margaret [elsewhere Margery] came to New England in the "Mary and John" from London, 24 March, 1633-34. On this vessel were also the parents of Margaret [elsewhere Margery] Osgood, Philip and Mary Fowler. They all settled in Ipswich, being among the earliest there. His grants of land there in 1635 adjoined those of his father-in-law.||Fowler, Philip (I449)
|42||Christopher Osgood and wife Margaret [elsewhere Margery] came to New England in the "Mary and John" from London, 24 March, 1633-34. On this vessel were also the parents of Margaret [elsewhere Margery] Osgood, Philip and Mary Fowler. They all settled in Ipswich, being among the earliest there. His grants of land there in 1635 adjoined those of his father-in-law.||Fowler, Margery (I448)
|43||Christopher Osgood and wife Margaret [elsewhere Margery] came to New England in the "Mary and John" from London, 24 March, 1633-34. On this vessel were also the parents of Margaret [elsewhere Margery] Osgood, Philip and Mary Fowler. They all settled in Ipswich, being among the earliest there. His grants of land there in 1635 adjoined those of his father-in-law.|
In the parish church of St. Thomas in Salisbury, Wilts, occurs the following:
"1599. October. X. pofer Osgood married to Eliz. Brockwell, the 30."
"In the registry of wills, at Salisbury, is that of Elizabeth Osgood, widow, dated June 18, 1612, and proved the same year. She desires to be buried in the churchyard of St. Thomas, and names her son Mathew Mayland, Margaret, wife of Edward Noble, Priscilla Hicks, son-in-law Thomas Roberts, and friends John Hicks and John Upton.
"I am indebted to Mr. Harrison, of the College of Arms, for the following copy of a pedigree in a private collection there. He says, in transmitting it, that he believes Christopher was the name of the father of Christopher, William and Mary, and as the name is an uncommon one, I would suggest that Christopher of Salisbury was father of Christopher of Marlborough and grandfather of Christopher of Ipswich.
"It would appear from the pedigree that this branch of the family is extinct in England, in the male line.
"On referring to the parish register of St. Mary's in Marlborough, Wilts, which begins in 1602, I find the following entries:
Baptized, 1632-3, March 17, Mary, daughter of Christopher Osgood.
Married 1632, April 21, Christopher Osgood and Mary Everatt.
Married 1633, July 28, Christopher Osgood and Margery Fowler.
Buried 1633, April 21, Mary Osgood."
|Osgood, Christopher (I447)
|44||Christopher Osgood, of Ipswich, Essex County, Mass.; died 1650; married, first, at St. Mary's, Marlborough, England, 21 April, 1632, Mary Everatt, who was buried 21 April, 1633; married, second, at St. Mary's, Marlborough, England, 28 July, 1633, Margery, daughter of Philip and Mary (Winsley or Winslow) Fowler, baptized 25 May, 1615, at Marlborough, Wiltshire, England; she married, second, soon after 1650, Thomas Rowell, of Salisbury, who was one of the original proprietors of Salisbury in 1639; married, third, Thomas Coleman, prior to 1670, who died in Nantucket; married, fourth, Thomas Osborne, of Nantucket.|
After the decease of Christopher Osgood, his son Christopher sold out the estate left him by his father in Ipswich, and moved to Andover, where dwelt the children of John Osgood. Thomas Osgood, brother of Christopher Osgood, also settled in Andover. These brothers in some records are erroneously called sons of John.
|Osgood, Christopher (I447)
|45||Christopher Osgood, son of Ezekiel & Rebecca||Osgood, Christopher (I405)
|46||Civil War Soldier Records:|
Name: Clarence W. P. Osgood
Enlistment Age: 18
Birth Date: abt 1843
Enlistment Date: 20 Nov 1861
Enlistment Rank: Private
Muster Date: 20 Nov 1861
Muster Place: Maine
Muster Company: A
Muster Regiment: 6th Infantry
Muster Regiment Type: Infantry
Muster Information: Enlisted
Side of War: Union
Residence Place: Dover, Maine
Notes: Detailed, Detailed, 3rd NY LA, 1863; 1864-05-08 Missing, (Spotsylvania Court House, VA), No further record
Title: Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Maine
|Osgood, Clarence Wayne Pollard (I343)
|47||Civil War, Union Army|
1 Mar 1862
Pittsburg, Hickory County, Missouri, USA
(1/4) Enlisted 1 Mar 1862 at Pittsburg, MO, aged 18, as private in Capt. Smith's Co. (later Co. C), 8th Missouri State Militia Cavalry (USA); horse valued at $43; present thru Apr 1862; absent May-Aug 1862 "In arrest in guardhouse";
|Dixon, William Madison Welshire (I4)
|48||Class:RG 9. Piece:1771. Polio:57. Page:16. GSU Roll:542865.||Vick, Mary (I596)
|49||Confederate applications for Presidential pardons, 1865-1867.|
4 October 1865.
Drewy Wall of Madison County, Missouri submitted an application to President Andrew Johnson for a pardon for his Confederate service
|Wall, Drew (I164)
|50||Connecticut Headstone Inscriptions, v.10" of the Hale Collection. Page 12|
Merells, Hannah, wife of Wilturtun, died May 8, 1730, age 48 yrs.
|Waters, Hannah (I531)