Mary Helmer, child of Ebenezer Osgood.
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Mary Helmer, child of Ebenezer Osgood. by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Revolutionary Claims

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  • United States. -- Congress -- Private bills,
  • Bills, Private -- United States,
  • United States -- Claims

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Other titlesRevolutionary Claim of Mary Helmer, child of Eben Osgood
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FormatElectronic resource
Pagination1 p.
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Open LibraryOL15620808M

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Capt John Osgood married, Novem , Mary Clement, of Andover, born about , eighth and youngest child of Robert Clement, an immigrant from England, who came from Coventry, Warwickshire, about or She was indicted for witchcraft in , and was living in They had twelve children, among whom were sons John, Timothy, Peter and en: Lydia Frye, Clement Osgood, Lt. John Osgood, Samuel Osgood, Christopher Osgood. The child was not identified further by name, sex or age, and it's possible that David, the child she had baptized with Ebenezer Osgood in , may have been the child. 3 Almshouse: 29 March Ebenezer Osgood and Elizabeth Dana were discharged from the Almshouse in . Rare Book & Manuscript Library Archival Collections Portal > >. Christopher Osgood's first wife was Mary Everett, whom he married in St. Mary's, Marlborough, Wilts, Eng- land, Ap His first child, Mary, born , mar- ried John Lovejoy. January 1, Mary's mother died Ap , and her father married (2) .

Mary Barker () – From Andover, Massachusetts, year-old Mary Barker was accused of being a witch and imprisoned. On Aug , a complaint was filed by Samuel Martin and Moses Tyler against her, her uncle, William Barker Sr., and Mary Osgood Marston, for afflicting Abigail Martin, Jr., Rose Foster, and Martha Sprague. John's wife was a Mary-- -, presumably Mary STEVENS. In his will, made , John leaves the bulk of his property to Mary, with instruction for the care of two of their sons, who are non compos mentis, "by God's providence.” Mary, also declared to be non compos mentis in wills, died in There are only four letters of Col. James Otis, and only two of his son, James. Gay and Otis family interests intertwine during the 19th century with the marriage of Mary Allyne Otis to Ebenezer Gay, who are among the chief correspondents of this century, along with their children including Sidney Howard Gay and Winckworth Allan Gay. V. Ebenezer, b. Nov. 3, ; m. in Medway, , Bethia Lawrence; settled in HoUiston, where they had five children re- corded before He was perhaps the Ebenezer Hill who appeared in Stoughton in In , Ebenezer Hill of Med- fleld bought land of Elkanah Billings in that part of Stoughton which later was Sharon.

Thomas married Mary Osgood, the daughter of William and Elizabeth Cleer Osgood on December 9, in Amesbury, the town just west of Salisbury. They had twelve children, Hannah, Thomas, Richard, Samuel, Mary, Anne, William, John, Joseph, Benjamin, Ebenezer, and Daniel, all . Ebenezer died 12 Apr , Sutton, Worcester Co., Massachusetts. Ebenezer and Mary (Wyman) Burnap came to Sutton, Massachusetts about the year , as a record of the birth of their eldest child, Mary, had a statement she was born in “Hollis, New Hampshire,” which is prob­ably where they were living shortly before settling in Sutton. Her father was Thomas Osgood 2nd., who died "About ma " Her brother was the Rev. John Osgood, born graduated from Harvard ; his 2nd., wife was Mary Andrew. Children of Benjamin and Susannah (Osgood) Baker: Sarah, married John Winn, Aug. 17, Benjamin, 2nd., died unmarried between and Book: A Genealogy of the Descendants of John, Christopher and William Osgood: Who Came from England and Settled in New England Early in the Seventeenth Century by Eben Putnam () page Family Search Elizabeth Cleer Born abt .