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The descendants of Jonathan Osborn of Scotch Plains, New Jersey. by Robert Stanley Osborn

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Published by R.S. Osborn in [New Jersey? .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • New Jersey

Subjects:

  • Osborne family,
  • Osborn, Jonathan, 1722-1799 -- Family,
  • New Jersey -- Genealogy

Book details:

Classifications
LC ClassificationsCS71.O814 1993
The Physical Object
Pagination159 p. :
Number of Pages159
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1185859M
LC Control Number94175332
OCLC/WorldCa29676667

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  In fact, this may turn into a series of posts over the next few months. The following pictures show the work of two brothers, Henry and Jonathan Hand Osborn, who were stonecutters in Woodbridge and Scotch Plains, NJ. Their carvings include monograms, floral motifs, winged cherubs, and often signatures. Many families resided in the house in the years following the Osborn’s. In it became a museum, a testament to the rich history of the town of Scotch Plains. In order to keep the memory of the story of the Osborn- Cannonball House, the Historical Society of Scotch Plains and Fanwood have carefully restored the building. A list of Revolutionary War sites in Scotch Plains, New Jersey. The historic sites in Scotch Plains NJ include Battle of the Short Hills Monument,the Osborn Cannonball House, Frazee House, and . Research genealogy for Jonathan Ward Osborn of Scotch Plains, Essex, New Jersey, as well as other members of the Osborn family, on Ancestry®.

Jonathan Osborn was born on March 25 , in Scotch Plains, Union, New Jersey, United States, to John Baldwin Osborn and Mary Osborn. Jonathan married Amelia Osborn in , at age 24 in New York, New York, United States. 9. Martha married Jonathan Hand Osborn, son of Jonathan Osborn, of Scotch Plains. JOHN SMITH SHOTWELL, (1st son of John,) by his first wife, Miss Webster, had children: (3d Gen.) 1. John, who died unmarried. 2. William, who lived at Long Hill, near Franklin Place, and died unmarried. 3.   Explore genealogy for Abraham Bedell born died Sussex County, New Jersey, USA including ancestors + descendants + more in the free family tree community. His tombstone reads: "Cut by J. Hand Osborn". The carver was Jonathan Hand Osborn of Scotch Plains, New Jersey who signed markers from Sources. Born in Scotch Plains, Essex, NJ on to Elias Osborn and Hannah Gray. Jonathan Osborn married Hildred (Huldah) Parker and had 8 children. He passed away on 12 MAY in Union, Union, New Of Birth: Scotch Plains, Essex, NJ.