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Thomas Osborne

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Thomas Osborne
Born in Ashford, Kent, Englandmap
Husband of — married in Ashford, Kent, Englandmap
Husband of — married in Ashford, Kent, Englandmap
Died in Easthampton, Livingston, New York, United Statesmap
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Observations

We have among the Children here, several apparent duplicates. The first one is Stephan Osborne-533. If you click on him, you find his dates are 1616-1698. He had a wife, Sarah Stansborough-5 1635-1705. The other was Stephen Osborne-366, 1634-1698. This one has three different Sarah Stansborough-2, -3, -24. #3 and #5 are orphaned. #2 is managed by Linda James,#24 by Harry Maltby. John Osborne-72, -347 and -1423 have similar problems, i.e. similar dates and -347 has two wives named Miriam Hand-1656 and -1659. Increase Osborne-364 and Increase Osborn-949 have the same day and date of birth but one year apart. They have NJ & CT as place of birth. Josiah Osborne-361 seems to have been born two years before Thomas and Mary were married. - John Akard (http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Akard-1)

Birth

Birth:
Date: 1595
Place: Ashford, Kent, England[1][2]
Birth:
Date: 4 APR 1595
Place: England, UK
Birth:
Date: 4 Apr 1594
Place: Ashford, Kent, England[3][4]

Marriage

Husband: Thomas Osborne
Wife: Mary Goatley
Child: John Osborne
Marriage:
Date: 1621
Place: Ashford, Kent, England[5]
Husband: Thomas Osborne
Wife: Mary Goatley
Child: John Osborne
Marriage:
Date: 18 JAN 1619
Place: Ashford,Kent Co., England
Event:
Type: Family[6]
Husband: Jeremy Osborne
Wife: Joan Wybourne
Child: Thomas Osborne
Marriage:
Type: Family[7]

Death

Death:
Date: 26 Nov 1677
Place: Easthampton, Livingston, New York[8][9]
Death:
Date: 26 NOV 1677
Place: New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut[10]
Death: East Hampton, Long Island, New York, USA
Date: 1677[11]
Death:
Date: 1689
Place: Ashford, Kent, England

Bur: Place: New Haven, New Haven County, Connecticut

Event

Event:
Type: Arrival
Date: 1639
Place: New Haven, Connecticut[12]

Notes

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Note N1523http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=pili354&h=1613216&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt
Note N1524http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=worldmarr_ga&h=911153&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt
Note N1525http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=millind&h=103411743&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt
Note N1526http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=worldmarr_ga&h=912716&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt
Note N1527http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=millind&h=10664292&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt
Note N1528http://trees.ancestry.com/rd?f=sse&db=millind&h=108213825&ti=0&indiv=try&gss=pt

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2. Our Osborn Heritage, Geraldine “Jerri” Thorpe McCoy, December 2000, Geraldine “Jerri” Thorpe Mc Coy, Page 11. 10. Our Osborn Heritage, Geraldine “Jerri” Thorpe McCoy, December 2000, Geraldine “Jerri” Thorpe Mc Coy, Page 14. 24. Our Osborn Heritage, Geraldine “Jerri” Thorpe McCoy, December 2000, Geraldine “Jerri” Thorpe Mc Coy. 38. Our Osborn Heritage, Geraldine “Jerri” Thorpe McCoy, December 2000, Geraldine “Jerri” Thorpe Mc Coy, Page 20.

3; 4; 6; 9; 13; 15; 16; 19; 26 Donald Lee Osborn, “Y-DNA - Matches - Family Group 4 Probable Descendants of Thomas Osborne and Mary Goatley of Ashford, County Kent, England,” dosborne@consolidated.net

5. Transcripts of the Parish Registers of Ashford, Kent, in the Diocesan Registry at Canterbury, Obtained by Miss Lydia M. Marshall of Newbury, Berkshire, England, Baptisms, Ancestry.com, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/991352/person/-524501814/story/e2367296-80c7-4b66-baf1-55440d56b1e0?src=search, 1621[2] Jan. (Ft. b) 18 Thomas Osborne and Mary Goatly both of this parish.

8. Transcripts of the Parish Registers of Ashford, Kent, in the Diocesan Registry at Canterbury, Obtained by Miss Lydia M. Marshall of Newbury, Berkshire, England, Baptisms, Ancestry.com, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/991352/person/-524501814/story/e2367296-80c7-4b66-baf1-55440d56b1e0?src=search, 1621[2] Jan. (Ft. b) 18 Thomas Osborne and mary Goatly both of this parish. 12. Transcripts of the Parish Registers of Ashford, Kent, in the Diocesan Registry at Canterbury, Obtained by Miss Lydia M. Marshall of Newbury, Berkshire, England, Baptisms, Ancestry.com, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/991352/person/-524501814/story/e2367296-80c7-4b66-baf1-55440d56b1e0?src=search, 1622 Nov 24 Thomas son of Thomas Osborne. 22. Transcripts of the Parish Registers of Ashford, Kent, in the Diocesan Registry at Canterbury, Obtained by Miss Lydia M. Marshall of Newbury, Berkshire, England, Baptisms, Ancestry.com, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/991352/person/-524501814/story/e2367296-80c7-4b66-baf1-55440d56b1e0?src=search, 1624[5] March 20 Jeremy son of Thomas Osborne. 28. Transcripts of the Parish Registers of Ashford, Kent, in the Diocesan Registry at Canterbury, Obtained by Miss Lydia M. Marshall of Newbury, Berkshire, England, Baptisms, Ancestry.com, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/991352/person/-524501814/story/e2367296-80c7-4b66-baf1-55440d56b1e0?src=search, 1627 Jul 15 Richard son of Thomas Osborne. 32. Transcripts of the Parish Registers of Ashford, Kent, in the Diocesan Registry at Canterbury, Obtained by Miss Lydia M. Marshall of Newbury, Berkshire, England, Baptisms, Ancestry.com, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/991352/person/-524501814/story/e2367296-80c7-4b66-baf1-55440d56b1e0?src=search, 1631 Jul 31 John son of Thomas Osborne. 34. Transcripts of the Parish Registers of Ashford, Kent, in the Diocesan Registry at Canterbury, Obtained by Miss Lydia M. Marshall of Newbury, Berkshire, England, Baptisms, Ancestry.com, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/991352/person/-524501814/story/e2367296-80c7-4b66-baf1-55440d56b1e0?src=search, 1633[4] Feb 24 Stephen son of Thomas Osborne. 35. East Hampton History, Judge Henry P. Hedges, 1897 and Jeanette Edwards Rattray, 1953, GS974.725 R23, East Hampton, N. Y. 1953, Jul 1698 Elizabeth, Union County, New Jersey. 37. Transcripts of the Parish Registers of Ashford, Kent, in the Diocesan Registry at Canterbury, Obtained by Miss Lydia M. Marshall of Newbury, Berkshire, England, Baptisms, Ancestry.com, http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/991352/person/-524501814/story/e2367296-80c7-4b66-baf1-55440d56b1e0?src=search, 1636 Dec 4 joseph son of Thomas Osborne & Mary his wife.

7. The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, ““The Thomas Osborn Family”,” Cook, Richard W., Genealogical Society of New Jersey, Vol. 47, No 1, Whole No 175, Jan 1972, Volume 47 #1 Page 2 Marr Jan 18, 1621/2. 11. The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, ““The Thomas Osborn Family”,” Cook, Richard W., Genealogical Society of New Jersey, Vol. 47, No 1, Whole No 175, Jan 1972. 14. The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, ““The Thomas Osborn Family”,” Cook, Richard W., Genealogical Society of New Jersey, Vol. 47, No 1, Whole No 175, Jan 1972, Page 628. 20. The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, ““The Thomas Osborn Family”,” Cook, Richard W., Genealogical Society of New Jersey, Vol. 47, No 1, Whole No 175, Jan 1972, Volume 47 #1 Page 2. 31. The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, ““The Thomas Osborn Family”,” Cook, Richard W., Genealogical Society of New Jersey, Vol. 47, No 1, Whole No 175, Jan 1972, Ashford, County Kent, England. 36. The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, ““The Thomas Osborn Family”,” Cook, Richard W., Genealogical Society of New Jersey, Vol. 47, No 1, Whole No 175, Jan 1972, 20 Jul 1698 in Elizabethtown, Union County, New Jersey. 40. The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, ““The Thomas Osborn Family”,” Cook, Richard W., Genealogical Society of New Jersey, Vol. 47, No 1, Whole No 175, Jan 1972, Abt 1668 Elizabethtown, Union County, New Jersey. 44. The Genealogical Magazine of New Jersey, ““The Thomas Osborn Family”,” Cook, Richard W., Genealogical Society of New Jersey, Vol. 47, No 1, Whole No 175, Jan 1972, Volume 47 #1 Page 2 East Hampton, Suffolk County, New York.

17; 29. SweetBriar Press, “Doran-Osborne Family Tree,” http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/4861965/person/1088202881, Christ Church, Ashford, England.

18; 23; 27. ‘Families of Ancient New Haven’, Donald Jacobus, American Ancestors - New England Historic Genealogical Society - on line, http://search.ancestry.myfamily.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=48027, Vol. VI Page 1323.

21. “Ancestry of Thomas Osborne of New Haven, CT. To East Hampton, Long Island,” Jacobus, Donald Lines, The American Genealogist, Vol. 12 (XII) 1935-36 Pages 248-255.

25. “US and International Marriage Records ,” 1560-1900, Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900, Yates Publishing. U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2004.

33. “Some Smiths, Osborns, and Allied Families of New England and Ohio”, Watson, Estelle Clark, Guide Press, Inc. Stokie, 1964.

39. East Hampton History, Judge Henry P. Hedges, 1897 and Jeanette Edwards Rattray, 1953, GS974.725 R23, East Hampton, N. Y. 1953, Abt 1671 Elizabethtown, Union County, New Jersey.

42. American Genealogist. Vols. 11-12 Page 255 February 5 1643/44.

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Memories: 3

On December 21, 2013 Tom Bredehoft wrote:

The above biography is a direct quote from a variety of internet sources, it's authour should be recognized.


On March 21, 2013 Harry Maltby wrote:

Combination of Ancestry of Thomas Osborne of New Haven, Conn by Jacobus, Donald Lines; The Thomas Osborn Family

by Cook, Richard W. and East Hapton History Including Genealogies of Eary Families by Rattray, Jeannett Edwards. “After 1636 Thomas Osborn's family disappears from the Ashford records. Brother Richard Osborn in his 1646 will names his own children and those of his other brother Joseph, but makes no mention of Thomas or his children, probably because they had removed to America. Thomas and Richard Osborn arrived in Boston on 26 Jun 1637. They and the entire New Haven Colony stayed in Boston until the spring of 1638 when they continued on to the area where they founded the town of New Haven, Connecticut. The entire trip is described in the book "The colony of New Haven" by Edward E. Atwater. The book describes life in England at the time, why they wanted to come to American, the trip aboard ship, and the way the land in New Haven was divided up. The History of New Haven County, edited by J. L. Rockey, (1892) tells that the party of fifty men and another 200 women and children were part of the company of the Reverend John Davenport arriving on the Hector and her consort. The company was composed of men of wealth, education and influence. Almost immediately upon arrival there was civil and religious conflict with the current residents of Massachusetts. In the spring of 1638 the company moved on to settle the colony of New Haven. The History of New Haven Colony, by Edward R. Lambert (1838) indicates that Planter Thomas Osborn was responsible for six persons and had an estate valued at 300 pounds. Richard Osborn was responsible for three persons and had an estate valued at 10 pounds. About 1639 he moved to New Haven, Connecticut. He was an early but not original signer of the Covenant at New Haven. He was the Colony tanner in 1643. He moved to East Hampton, New York by 1651. In 1660 he deeded his house and tanyard in New Haven to his son Jeremiah Osborn, tanner, of New Haven. In 1677 Thomas gave his house and home lot in East Hampton to his son Benjamin. He probably lived with this son until his death. Of his children, the first six were baptised at Christ Church in Ashford Parish, Co. Kent, England, the last three in New Haven, Connecticut. He died after 1677, when his will is dated, and before 1686, when his son Thomas is called Senior. It is possible that Thomas died during a visit to New Haven rather than at his home in East Hampton.” East Hampton History by Jeanette Edwards Rattray (East Hampton, L. I.) “The first Osborn in East Hampton was Thomas of Ashford in Kent who owned land in Hingham Mass before 1635, moved to Windsor, Conn by 1637, and was one of the early settlers of New Haven, Conn in 1639. Thomas came to East Hampton in 1650 to 1651. Early American Osborns were tanners; Thomas 1, trained in that trade by his father in England, was given liberty to cut trees on the common in New Haven for his tanning…Arthur Herbert Osborn of Princeton, NJ, who has with Dr. Donald Lines Jacobus, traced his ancestry to Ashford, Kent, England as far back as 1540, says that Thomas Osborn 1, with his brother Richard, was one of the original settlers of the Colony of New Haven in 1638 coming there from Boston under the leadership of the Rev. John Davenport with a group of thirty or forty. He says that Thomas 1 was the son of John Osborn who in turn was the son of another Thomas Osborn, both of the latter born and buried in Ashford, Kent; and that he came to this country about 1634, removing to E.H. about 1648”


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On July 11, 2014 at 18:59GMT Sheila Mahler wrote:

Thomas Osborne was married to Mary Goatley on 18 Jan 1621/22 in Ashford, Kent, England. This is from the Transcripts of the Parish Register of Ashford,, Kent, in the Diocesan.

New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Author: Clarence Almon Torrey - Osborn, Thomas and Mary Goatly 18 Jan 1621.

On April 21, 2014 at 21:10GMT Robert Keniston wrote:

Osborne-2379 and Osborne-335 appear to represent the same person because: Dates, parents, spouse match.

On March 27, 2014 at 11:42GMT John Akard wrote:

I found a web site that contains 20 generations of Osborn/Osborne/Osbourne families. Thomas Osborne-335 and Mary Goatley-2 are at URL:

http://yeahpot.com/gedcom/osbornejohn/pafg06.htm

Click on the underlined text to go there. At the bottom of the page is a set of controls like you see on a VHS or DVD player. Single right goes one page forward, double right to end of document. Single left goes back one page. Thomas & Mary are in the 6th generation. From information listed here, I took management of the two Increase Osbornes and merged them. I deleted Elizabeth Wilmeth as Thomas' first wife. He would have been 3 if he had married her before her death. Will the other managers please go to this site and see that Stephen was born in 1633/34 and Josiah is not listed.

On February 12, 2014 at 16:11GMT Betty Tindle wrote:

Good morning! This profile has been identified by an Arborist as a possibld duplicate with Osborne-335. Please review the two profiles by clicking on the link on the bottom left corner of this profile. If they are the same please merge them, if more information is needed, please create a match. Have a great day!

On February 12, 2014 at 16:11GMT Betty Tindle wrote:

Good morning! This profile has been identified by an Arborist as a possibld duplicate with Osborne-1064. Please review the two profiles by clicking on the link on the bottom left corner of this profile. If they are the same please merge them, if more information is needed, please create a match. Have a great day!

On February 2, 2014 at 14:29GMT John Akard wrote:

I found an interesting site at http://webspace.webring.com/people/if/fortaleza/OSBORNE/osborn_thomas_england_ct.htm

This shows baptisms, marriages, burials and wills in Ashford, Kent Co., England from the 16th century. There might be something their that we need.

On February 2, 2014 at 14:25GMT John Akard wrote:

http://www.geni.com/people/Josiah-Osborne/6000000001880159180 shows a Josiah born 1729 son of Enoch and Jane (Hash) Osborne

http://www.geni.com/people/Josiah-Osborne/6000000003221618852 shows Josiah Osborne 1699-1754 Son of Ephraim OSBORNE and Elizabeth Osborne.

Osborne-1322 shows Josiah Osborne 1724 Son of Jonathan Osbourne and Gretta (Hollman) Osborne

Osborne-2255 shows Josiah Osborne before 1775-1845 and son of George Osborne.

I searched many sites. I could not fine a reference to Josiah Osborne as son of Thomas and Mary that was born within the range of their marriage. Does anyone have a good citation for Josiah that holds up?

On February 2, 2014 at 13:46GMT John Akard wrote:

URL http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/k/e/l/Tonette-L-Kellett/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-0195.html

says that Josiah was born in 1620 in Edgecomb, NC. Again out of Thomas and Mary's marriage range.

On February 2, 2014 at 13:43GMT John Akard wrote:

In a web site called "Some descendants of John Osborn" found at URL http://www.stupakgen.net/Genealogy/Beahm/07814_osbr.htm#ephraim4

I found 2 Josiah Osborns. One was the great grandson of Thomas & Mary, the other was the GG Grandson. The first is listed this way: 7814.4.3. Josiah Osborn was born in 1697 in New York, and died Dec 1754 in East Hampton (Suffolk) New York. He married 27 Oct 1720 in East Hampton, Sarah Flint, daughter of Benoni Flint and Mary Browne. Sarah was born about 1700 in Sag Harbor (Suffolk) New York, and died on 24 Sep 1758 in East Hampton (Suffolk) New York. Josiah and Sarah had seven children (second cousins to us): The second is 7814.4.3.3

On January 26, 2014 at 23:50GMT John Akard wrote:

You have among the Children here several apparent duplicates. The first one is Stephan Osborne-533. If you click on him, you find his dates are 1616-1698. He had a wife, Sarah Stanborough-5 1635-1705. The other was Stephen Osborne-366, 1634-1698. This one has three different Sarah Stanborough-2, -3, -24. #3 and #5 are orphaned. #2 is managed by Linda James,#24 by Harry Maltby.

John Osborne-72, -347 and -1423 have similar problems, i.e. similar dates and -347 has two wives named Miriam Hand-1656 and -1659.

Increase Osborne-364 and Increase Osborn-949 have the same day and date of birth but one year apart. They have NJ & CT as place of birth.

Josiah Osborne-361 seems to have been born two years before Thomas and Mary got married.

We need to get these things resolved. Good luck.



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