Margaret (Margery) Fowler, b. 1615, daughter of Philip and Mary Fowler, 1634 immigrants on the Mary & John to Ipswich Massachusetts, had four husbands, as follows:
Christopher Osgood, m. 28 Jul 1633 England, died 1650, Ipswich
Thomas Rowell, m. 24 Feb 1651 Ipswich, MA, died 1662 Andover, MA
Thomas Coleman, m. July 1670, (?location), died by 1 Aug. 1682 (date of administration) - settler of Newbury, MA, removed to Nantucket, MA
Thomas Osborne/Osburne, married by 25 Oct 1682, Nantucket
I am having difficulty finding sources for the Rev. Thomas Osborne who married the widow Margaret Coleman. He is not the man of the same name who lived in New Haven and removed to Easthampton, Long Island, and is listed in The Great Migration Directory.
Thomas Osborne is mentioned in relation to his marriage as the fourth husband of Margaret Fowler, in The Great Migration series, under entries for her father Philip Fowler, her husband Christopher Osgood, and her husband Thomas Coleman - with no further information but the marriage date of 1682. Thomas Osburne is mentioned in the will of Deacon Ralph Mousall of Charlestown, died 1657.
He is not mentioned as an immigrant, in The Great Migration series or Directory, so he must have arrived in New England after 1640, and before 1657 when he is mentioned in the will Deacon Mousall.
Aside from the letter he wrote reproduced in NEHGR Vol 16:25-26, I am not finding Thomas Osburne -- where he originated, when he arrived in New England, when he died, his previous marriages if any, etc.