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Osgood family

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Works: 81 works in 107 publications in 1 language and 284 library holdings
Genres: History  Records and correspondence  Personal narratives  Church history  Genealogy  Account books  Almanacs  Diaries 
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by Osgood family( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Family and business correspondence, account books, autobiography, deeds, diaries, inventories, ships' papers, estate records, genealogical materials, wills, and other papers, of John Osgood (1758-1826), merchant and shipmaster; and other family members including John B. (1783-1853) and William H. (b. 1821) Osgood, shipping merchants and masters, Nathaniel (1714-1799) and Christopher (1748-1828) Osgood, shoemakers, Joseph B.F. Osgood (b. 1823), judge, mayor, and state legislator, John F. Osgood (1825-1894), and Charles S. Osgood (1839-1897). Subjects include shipping; international trade; privateering and shipping vessels owned by family members; Salem Iron Factory; Salem Female School; financial affairs of Russian count Basile Apraxin and his mother, chiefly concerning a visit to the U.S. (1802-1807); properties owned in Vandalia, Ill.; Joseph B.F. Osgood's activities as guardian of West family members at McLean Asylum for the Insane; trips taken by women relatives; and worldwide voyages on ships Paris, Ann Maria, and Valparaiso, and other vessels owned by family members
by Nathan Webb( )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Chiefly correspondence, diaries, wills, estate papers, litigation materials, deeds, tax records, accounts, and other papers, relating to Webb's personal, business, and legal affairs; together with military papers (1863-1864) of his brother, Charles D. Webb, documenting his service as quartermaster with 12th Maine Volunteer Regiment during the Civil War. Includes information reflecting Nathan Webb's membership in Maine House of Representatives (1864-1865), duties as county attorney for Cumberland County and U.S. attorney for the federal district of Maine, private practice with Thomas H. Haskell, and activities as judge of U.S. District Court of the District of Maine; correspondence of Webb and Usher family members; legal documents of William Collagan, the Osgood family, and Daniel Winslow; and records of the town of Dresden, Me. Correspondents include Thomas Brackett Reed, U.S. representative and speaker of the house
Price-Osgood-Valentine papers( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Valentine family papers consist of Maryann (Price) Valentine's correspondence with her sister, Olivia (Price) Hall and her family and friends. Lawson Valentine's correspondence pertains maily to his merchant business in Boston. The collection also includes papers of Elizabeth (Bull) Price concerning her claim to her father, Jonathan's (d. 1729) estate, Bull's Wharf in Boston. In 1750 the administration of the estate was turned over to Roger Price, and the Bull estate became Price family property. In 1821 Andrew Price sold Bull's Wharf to Lawson Valentine
Osgood-Storrs-Sumner family papers by Osgood family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection contains papers from members of the Osgood, Storrs, and Sumner families of Pomfret, Connecticut. It includes sermons written and preached between 1838 and 1844 (author unknown), wills and deeds of William Osgood, and the settlement of his estate. The Storrs family is represented particularly in correspondence. Also in the collection is a copy of Storrs Putnam Sumner's application to the Sons of the American Revolution. Other items include receipts, shares in the Connecticut and Rhode Island Turnpike Company, and some family history of the Kinne family
Osgood family Bible records by Osgood family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Includes title page (Boston imprint, 1819) and ms. records of the Osgood family and the Mansfield family written on end pages
Osgood Family by Osgood (Family)( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This collection consists of letters written to and by members of the Osgood family of Pomfret Landing, Conn. Members represented are: Scarborough (1787- 1863) and Elizabeth (Wood) Osgood ( -1863) and two of their three children: Mary S. (1815- ) and John S. (1823-18149). Many of the letters were generated by John S. Osgood, who became a school teacher in Charlestown, Mass., in 1848. Included are numerous letters from his former schoolmate and friend, John Cotton (1826-1848), an 1847 Yale graduate. These letters detail Cotton's life and sentiments while in New Haven. In addition, there are several letters from another school friend, George Hale Warner (1828-1850), a student at Amherst College. Other letters addressed to John S. Osgood in Charlestown came from his father. Following John's death there are several eulogizing letters. The letters in this collection generally relate to family news and local events
Hassam Family Papers by Hassam family( )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Boston, MA lawyer and his family. Collection consists of correspondence, diaries, scrapbooks, receipts, memorabilia, genealogy, and more
Osgood Family Papers by Osgood family( )

in English and held by 0 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This collection documents five generations of the Osgood family in Salem (Mass.) The John Osgood Papers contain correspondence, financial, legal, and estate papers that reflect John's activities as a shipmaster and shipping merchant, and briefly describe his other business concerns. The Family Papers, contain a wide variety of materials documenting numerous Osgood family members and relatives
 
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Alternative Names
Ossgood family

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