Does anyone have information of Reuben Osborn born about 1753 & died in 1813 in Attica, NY?

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Rev. Reuben Osborn was married to Hannah Osborn, the daughter of Benjamin Osborn.   In 1809 Rev. Reuben Osborn became the settled pastor and continued his labors until 1813 when he died. Page 136 Town of Attica in History of Wyoming County, New York.

Wills and Probate records

Genesee County Surrogate’s Court, Batavia, New York - October 18, 2010

Reuben Osborn

“This is to Certify, that a search of the records of this office regarding above stated person was performed and resulted in no records being found.

Michele A. Westfall-Owens Chief Clerk



 Berkshire County, County, Massachusett Probate Vol 6 Page 89 Transcribed:

     “An invenotry of all the real estate of Benjamin Osborn lte of Mount Washington toward -tapin and kinled revis to the heir of P. Benjamin that is to say Number one - laid out to Reuben Osborn and Hannah his wife beginning at the northeast corner of P land and south-east corner of Charles Paterion’s lot thience next three degrees south one-hund and thirty four w/m/15 links to a stake and heap of stones to the southwest ditto, thence south four degrees thirty minutes west twenty four rods to thirds of a rod to a stake and back of stones east nine degrees north to the north of south-line to a stake and heap of stones thence north twenty four rods two thirds of a rod to the boundary begun. It contains twenty one acres and half value at thirty four pounds lawful money.”

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Hi Sheila,

I see you are still looking for looking for Reuben's records & parents.  I moved from Los Altos to Lincoln so am continuing my research up here.  I'm working on a douzy of a brick wall in Virginia/Maryland.

Say hi to everyone at class and I'll keep Reuben in mind as I scour the internet.  It was fun to see you on Wikitree!

Pat Kinzie
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Five years later ... I took the opportunity to link Rueben's profile to Hannah, adding her and her immediate predecessors based on info available on the internet (including something it looks like you posted on the old Rootsweb). Going back, there was some evident confusion around Ephraims, which I think I cleared up some of - but others should review.
by Don Osborn G2G6 (9.5k points)

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