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E:394 OSMUN, John of Lansing (supposedly born Orange Co., New York ca 1773) died Lansing, N.Y. 25 April 1845 buried Asbury M. E. Church Cemetery dated: 19 April 1845 - proved: 29 April 1845 wife: Mary good horse, good carriage & harness,2 cows,10 sheep & household furniture 1/3 farm and buildings I now reside on. died 15 May 1850 buried Waterford Village Cemetery, Oakland Co., Michigan. sons: Jacob L., $400, and notes held against him John notes held against him Israel notes held against him Ezekiel Abram Isaac (also $100 over & above for improvements made on certain pc of land leased to him.) William H. last four all the remainder of lands, money and dues equally divided daus: Betsey GREEN $200 pd by Ezekiel out of his portion Almira HOWSER $300 including notes and accts held against her husband Polly BUZZARD $300 including notes held against her husband wit: didn't copy that page ex: four sons: Ezekiel, Abram, Isaac and William H. the family owned 2301 acres in Oakland Co., Michigan 1830-1850 ************* 2. Jacob Linderman OSMUN (John) born, contrary to history in Genoa, Cayuga Co.*, NY (c) 7 December 1793 and bapt. Hopewell Pres. Ch. Thompson Ridge, Orange Co. NY 15 June 1794 and married ca 1814, Sally, pro. d/o Benoni INGLEY. She was born in Otsego Co.*, NY (c) 13 April 1792 (ed note: Benoni alias for Benjamin * 1850 FC Census LDS 186,428/9 Orange Co. NY) A prominent man in Lansing, he was a farmer, veterinary surgeon, county politician, a democrat, spoke fluent german and in later years he turned his hand to lumbering along with his son Ira. (all the family were active in politics up to our children's generation and were taught from the beginning that voting was the inherit right of all the people in America and to vote was a privilege you had to vote for the man or woman of your own choice.) On the 12th of October 1835 he received a patent for 160 acres of land in Oakland County, Michigan Town 3 North Range 9 East Section 2 of Waterford Township, but it is thought that he never came here since he neither appears as an absent taxpayer nor paid taxes or appeared in the 1845 census. The land was probably bought in his name and farmed by his brothers. The land records for this property has not been researched by this author. His worth in 1850 shows personal property at $4800 (FC Lansing pg 192r 28 Sept 1850). Jacob died in Lansing 13 June 1857 age 63yrs 6mo 6da and Sally died there 13 February 1862 age 69yrs 10mo. They are both buried in the North Lansing Cemetery. (ts) 15. i: Maria OSMUN (c)11 Oct 1815 - 7 Feb 1844 28yrs 3mo 17da m. Llewelyn s/o Samuel and Margaretha (BAUER/BOWER) DAVIS 16. ii: Alvira OSMUN (c) 2 Dec 1820 - 25 Feb 1844 23yrs 2mo 13da, bur. Lansingsville Cem., m. Moses P. s/o Hosea BREESE (will dated 13 Aug-21 Sep 1852 Tioga Co., NY) 17. iii: Abby Ann OSMUN 1821 - ca 1872 no evid. of marriage 18. iv: Elmira OSMUN (c)1823 - m. Charles HOWSER (c)1820 - (FC pg 194 Lansing b. Pa.)nfr. 19. v: Ira W. OSMUN (h)28 Dec 1825 - 1901 m. 19 Feb 1851 Mary d/o Morris and Rachel (L[E]ARNED) DECAMP d.s.p. (1832 - 1920) buried N. Lansing (history says born 1827 ts.says 1832) 20. vi: Jeremiah I. OSMUN 1828 - 1885 m. Angeline d/o Morris and Rachel (L[E]ARNED)DECAMP. (1830 - 1923) buried N. Lansing 21 vii: Emily OSMUN 1831 - 1880/1900 no evid.of marriage ************* 3. Catharine OSMUN (John) ca 1794 - 29 September 1842 married ca 1810 Noah, s/o Ichabod and Sarah (GALPIN) BEARDSLEE/LEY. Noah was born either in Stratford or Bridgewater, Conn. 30 November 1790 and died in Newfield, Tompkins County, New York 4 January 1868. He was a lumberman, shingleman, blacksmith. He married, after the death of Catharine, a woman named Deborah and 3rd a woman named Polly, last names unknown. Where he and Catharine are buried is unknown but possibly in Schulyer County. In the 1810 census living in Tioga County as BARDSLEY, by 1820/25 they were in Newfield, Tompkins County prior to becoming part of Tompkins. 22. i: Mary Ann BEARDSLEY 19 Oct 1812 - died same day. 23. ii: John BEARDSLEY 20 Aug 1813 - 27 Mar 1899 Laurence Cem. m. Martha, d/o Charles MCCORN - 5 Feb 1835 Schuyler Co. N.Y. (Martha BEARDSLEY BOWEN widow of Clark BOWEN Whitestone, Va. a descendant) 24 iii: Ichabod BEARDSLEY 14 Sep 1815 - 19 May 1900 83yrs11mo 23da m. Sally A. (-) 15 Oct 1819 - bur. Laurence Cemetery Cayuta Lake Road, Schuyler County, New York 3 sons 2 daus 25 iv: Polly BEARDSLEY 23 Mar 1818 - 19 Oct 1839 18yrs 6mo 26da 26 v: Sally Ann BEARDSLEY 25 Nov 1820 - nfr. 27 vi: Louisa BEARDSLEY 26 Dec 1822 - 26 Apr 1892 m. ca 1843 Egbert WILLIAMS. Egbert, called Eaglust, born Dutchess Co.,NY 10 June 1817 - June 1889. Buried East Lansing Cem. 28 vii: Catharine BEARDSLEE 12 Mar 1825 - 19 Mar 1908 m. William N.(elson) s/o Israel and Fanny (STAPLES) OSMUN, they were first cousins. Buried Drayton Plains Cemetery (dc: 3:157 OC Mi) 29 viii: Abigail BEARDSLEE 30 May 1827 - m. ca 1844 Norman STOWELL. They are probably buried somewhere in Wisconsin or Minnesota. (Norman 7th gen, Moses (5),Israel 4-3-2,Samuel 1) had six known children. Jon Totten, a descendant from Seattle, Washington) 30 ix: Emeline BIRDSLEY 15 Sep 1829 - 17 May 1857 27rs 8mo 2da m. Waterford, OC 21 October 1856 (mc) William V. s/o John and Elenor (VLIET) ROBBINS. 7 Jul 1812 - 11 Jun 1887 Oakhills Pontiac, Mi. William married second 11 April 1860 Lucy O'BRIEN 31 x: William H. BEARDSLEY 11 Nov 1831 - nfr. 32 xi: Martha Ann BEARDSLEY nfr. twins 30 Jan 1836 - 33 xii: Margaret Ann BARDSLEY - 30 Jan 1880 Kent Co., Mi (dc) m. lst: - Horton (dy? CW?) 2ch Jay and Meta HORTON lived Kent County, Michigan ************* 4. Elizabeth, called Betsey OSMUN (John) born ca 1799, married sometime before 1815 Samuel, s/o Morris GREEN. Morris GREEN might have been born 15 May 1750 bpt. 28 April 1771 lst Pres. Church in New York City, son of Richard and Eleanor (Demont) GREEN. Samuel born ca 1786, supposedly in Green Point, New Jersey and Betsey settled Sec 7 W½ NE¼ SE½ 120acres and Sec. 8 SW¼ of SW½ of Holly Township, Oakland County before 1837. His will dated 10 May 1842 probated 28 March 1848. The appraisers for his estate were Betsey's brothers John and Israel taken 28 March 1848. Listed as a soldier of War of 1812 but this could not be confirmed. Betsey married 2nd: 13 February 1847 by Henry W. HORTON J.P. in Holly, Nicholas Yorton who had come to Holly Township from Madison County, New York. Nicholas, a widower, was 43 and Betsey was listed as 46. Census and marriage fixed the year of her birth as between 1799 and 1801. We know that Betsey died after the 1860 census and before the 1870. They are both buried in Lakeside Cemetery, Holly, without dates on the old stones with Alice, Arthur and George GREEN, possibly grandchildren? 34. i: Rebecca GREEN 3 Nov 1816 - 29 Jan 1912 m. 24 Jan 1839 by Oliver ERLES, in Pontiac, Oakland Co., Mi., Abram W. s/o John and Martha (WOOD) LINDERMAN. Martha, d/o Abraham and Martha (BREESE) WOOD whose parents were married in New Jersey. Abram, one of 14 children, was born in Tompkins County, NY l March 1817 and his father born in Orange County, NY. 35. ii: John GREEN 1820 - before 1895 (Ellis Hist. Gen. Co.) m. Elizabeth d/o Israel and Fanny (STAPLES) OSMUN. 36. iii: Morris GREEN 1820 - 17 Dec 1902 82yr 6mo 27da * m. lst: 24 February 1842, Elizabeth LOUTES, 21 yrs both of Independence Twp. by Peter Voorhies J.P. She died 19 August 1850 age 29yrs and is buried in Sashabaw Plains, Oakland County, Michigan. He married 2nd: Isabella SHERRICK 830 - 1903 and both are buried Lakeview Cemetery, Holly, Oakland Co. Mi. (ts.dc) 37. iv: Reuben R. GREEN (c) 7 Apr 1822 - 28 Feb 1904 71yrs 10mo 21da * m. Catharine or Caroline J. d/o Nicholas YORTON (c)15 Mar 1829 - 6 Oct 1908 79yrs 6mo 21da both buried Lakeside Cemetery, Dixie Hwy. Oakland Co. Mi.(t.s.) 38. v: Abram Voorhies GREEN 18 Aug 1822 - 23 Apr 1909 m. Mary CRONKHITE 2 May 1832 Saratoga Co.N.Y. - 20 Mar 1904 They are both buried in the Bristol Road Cemetery Flint, Michigan (DAR of Mi Rec. of Bristol Road Cem. Flint Library) 39. vi: Oliver H.P. GREEN 20 May 1825 - 8 Jan 1913 (dc 1913:4:29 OC) m. lst: Louisa J. THOMAS 17 Aug 1831 - 26 May 1881 d/o Abel and Ruth m. 2nd: Mrs. John wd (Mary E.) GIBBONS. d/o John and Martha FOOTE. All buried Lakeside Cemetery. Oliver, a mininster, performed many family marriages. 40. vii: Jacob GREEN 1826 - ca 1852 - 1858 (h) m. 14 March 1844 Eliza A. HERRICK age 16 in Groveland, OC by F. Filer, J.P. 41. viii: Jackson GREEN 1827 - 1903 (dc OC 1903:3:35) m. Ruth I. --- lived in Hazelton Twp. Shiawassee Co. Mi. 1895 (h) 42. ix: Sarah GREEN ca 1828 - 1895 m. lst: 3 July 1844 George HUNT in Holly Twp. by Franklin Hurlburt J.P. She was 18 he was 22. (most girls lied in early yrs. and proof was not asked for) 2nd: --- FLEETHAM lived Detroit, Wayne Co., Mi. 1895 (h) 43. x: Ruth Jane GREEN (c)15 May 1833 - 3 Mar 1917 (1917:4:199 83yr2mo19da) m. 30 November 1853 James s/o Marcus and Katharine (SHOONOVER) RIKER James RIKER 1829 - 22 Jul 1916 (1916:4:129 86yrs) 44. xi: Joshua W. GREEN 4 Jan 1836 - 27 Jan 1868 d. Green's Pinery 33y 45. xii: Katharine GREEN 18 Apr 1838 - 27 Apr 1918 m. James F. LESTER lived in Pontiac 1895 (Ellis Hist of Gen Co,Mi) 46. xiii: Mary GREEN m. ---- LOTT bef. 1843 last living in Lansing, Mi. 1895 47. xiv: Israel A. GREEN 1840 - m. liv.in Portland,Mi ************* 5. John OSMUN (John) ca 1800 - after 1852 m. in Tompkins County sometime before 1819, Margaret, youngest daughter of Henry and Maria (KUGLEVIN) NEWMAN was born ca 1800 probably York County, Pennsylvania and died sometime after the 1860 census of Montcalm County, Michigan census where she was living with her children, in Greenville. She moved with John to Michigan after the death of their three children. No burial place has been found. John and Margaret lived in Waterford Township sometime after 1830 and John was in business with his brother Israel OSMUN was an active politician and business man, they raised one daughter and seven sons. They settled Sec. 1 and 2 Twn 3 N. Rgn 9 E of Waterford Twp. OC 4 June 1836 when they purchased 198.32 acres. Exception of their children, we know nothing of what became of these two people. The last record we have of John OSMUN, he and Margaret signed a deed over to O(rigen) G. RICHARDSON in Shiawassee County, Michigan in 1852. 47. i: Lucy M. OSMUN - 28 Jul 1820 ae 2mo 3da 48. ii: Fanny OSMUN - 10 Nov 1822 ae 2mo 49. iii: William OSMUN - 9 Aug 1825 ae 3 mo All buried in Wilcox Cemetery, Genoa Township, Cayuga County, NY.(t.s) 50. iv: Alson OSMUN 22 Mar 1845 - 2 Jun 1852 7yrs 2mo 11da buried: Shasabaw Plains Cemetery, Oakland County, Michigan.( t.s.) ??? 51. v: Isaac OSMUN 25 Feb 1826 - 25 Jun 1883 m. 22 February 1847 Charity VANCAMPEN 3 Apr 1832 - 2 Jul 1905 Mont.Co 52. vi: William Henry OSMUN 1830 - 1908 m. 3 July 1854 Mary/Martha GRIFFITH 1838 - 1918 Mont.Co. 53. vii: Ezekiel J. OSMUN (c) 1835 - 2 Oct 1895 69yrs (dc B78:5:1685)Mont. Co. Mi. m. 2nd: 6 May 1873 Emma E. FORCE 54. ix: Jacob OSMUN - 28 Dec 1893 53yrs 8mo 0da m. 30 August 1873 Sarah ALLEN 1839 - 25 May 1920 75yrs. bur. Lakeside Cemetery Nashville, Barry County, Michigan Jacob ran the hotel and died Barry Co. Mi. of liver disease. 55. x: Morris OSMUN Dec 1840 - 20 Oct 1911 m. Hannah BIGLER 1850 - 1934 Montcalm Co. Mi ************* 6. Israel OSMUN (John) born (c)11 May 1802, m. 17 January 1822,(h) in Lansing, Tompkins County, Fanny d/o John and Catharina (CONRAD) STAPLES. Veronica, called Fanny born 7 July baptized 19 August 1803 in Hamilton Union Ref. Ch in Northampton, now Monroe County, Pennsylvania. sponsors: Melchior and Veronica (Heller-Conrad) BOSSERT, her grandmother. Fanny died l9 March 1869 in Waterford Twp. and Israel m. 2nd: 18 October 1869, in Marysville, St. Clair County, Susanna FENNER, widow of Philip BUZZARDS, who had been the next door neighbors of Fanny's brother George. The Buzzards were both born in Pennsylvania. Susan was 58 in the 1870 FC of Pontiac. After selling the homestead to son, Abijah,in 1869, moved into Pontiac were he died 4 February 1878. Susanna received the family bible in the will of Israel but the where-abouts of that bible is unknown. She died probably in Waterford, 9 Oct 1878. Where she and husband Philip BUZZARD are buried is unknown at this time. (Probated 14 Oct 1878 cost of probate $717.20) Israel and she had no children. Who her first husband was the son of, is not known, but chances are that Joseph and Philip were brothers and possibly listed under of the other names in the intestate of Joseph BUZZARD, father Philip in Cayuga County. 56. i: John OSMUN 5 May 1822 - 30 May 1901 78yrs obit m. 1 November 1849 Catherine d/o John VANHORN, John died at his son Israel's in Mt. Morris, Genesee County, Michigan Buried Fenton Oakwood Cemetery. Catharine died in Lapeer Co., Mi. 57. ii: William Nelson OSMUN 24 Sep 1824 - 6 Aug 1901 Myocarditis m. Catherine d/o Noah and Catharine (OSMUN) BEARDSLEE. ae 88yrs. Bur. Drayton Plains Cemetery. 58. iii: Oliver H.P. OSMUN 29 Jan 1826 - 28 Feb 1907 m. Rebecca d/o John and Elinor (ADDIS) GREEN buried Drayton Plains Cem. They had one daughter Mary Ellen who married George RICHMOND. 59. iv: Catharine OSMUN 17 Dec 1828 - 23 Jul 1902 m. 1st 16 May 1846 John F. CHURCH, 24 Sep 1818 - 28 May 1881 OCo. Mi. m. 2nd: 16 Jun 1884 Daniel V(liet) ROBBINS, widower of Elizabeth MOON buried in Oakhills Cemetery Pontiac lot 3-156 60. v: Adeline OSMUN 15 Mar 1831 - 26 May 1897 m. 5 December 1856, James C. DEWITT, supposedly in Marysville, St. Clair County, (no cert.) They, with some of their children buried Drayton Plains Cemetery. 61. vi: Abijah OSMUN 5 May 1833 - 2l Apr 1909 ae 75yr llmo 16da Fenton Twp. Gen. Co. Mi. from general disablity, a farmer. m. Elizabeth d/o John NEWMAN born Tompkins County, New York 1836 - 1929 both buried Oakwood Cemetery, Fenton, Mi. (obits Fenton paper) 62. vii: Elizabeth OSMUN 5 Oct 1835 - 21 Jul 1911 74yrs 9mo 16da m. 1st: 25 Dec 1856 John s/o Samuel and Betsey (OSMUN) GREEN, at Railroad Exchange Pontiac Vill. by Joseph R. Bowman, R. Bowman, Esq. 2nd: 1894 Shiawassee Co. Mi, Rev. R. C. LANING, Shia. Co., Mi. wdr/o Clarissa PHILLIPS. Robert C. 3 May 1818 - 21 Mar 1901 (dc 1901:2:219 83yrs 10mo 18da., mc 1971, Eliz dc 1911:3:380 died of Myocarditis) John and Elizabeth are buried in Pontiac, Oakhills Cemetery. 63. viii: Israel OSMUN Jr. 28 Jan 1844 - 29 Jan 1919 m. Clarissa - both buried Gracelawn Cemetery, Flint, Michigan. Israel and Fanny lost two children George and Mary. ************* 7. Ezekiel OSMUN (John) was born in Genoa, now Lansing, Tompkins County, NY 30 May 1804 and married there Catharine, called Caty, daughter of Jacob and Dorothy (STORM) SHOEMAKER. Caty born 1 June 1802 was baptized at the home of George and Catharine ROTH. (Evangelical United Congregations). Their value FC $14660 pg 195 1 October 1850 town of Lansing. Katie, died intestate in Ithaca 31 January 1878 78yrs 8mo.(ts.) After the death of his wife, Ezekiel married second, Diana, daughter of James PATTERSON of Ithaca and died there 30 August 1886 82yrs 3mo (ts.) Caty and Ezekiel are buried North Lansing Cemetery. 64. i: John D. OSMUN 1827 - m. Jennette Webley. Their dau. Mary Belle m. Percy WOOD and her papers are in the Dewitt Historical Society Ithaca. nfr. 65. ii: Jacob S. OSMUN 1829 - 1894 m. 4 March 1852 Helen A. d/o Roswell and Isabelle (CONRAD) BEARDSLEY 29 Apr 1832 - 27 Nov 1919 bur. North Lansing Cem. 66. iii: Dorothea Ann OSMUN 1837 - m. aft 1878 - bef 1887 Charles WILCOX. 67. iv: Abram OSMUN 7 Nov 1837 - 7 Jun 1875 m. 16 Dec 1862 Pontiac, Oakland Co. Mi., Martha, d/o of George PEARSALL. A brick mason, he died there of cancer. Bur. Oakhills Cem. 68. v: Charles D. OSMUN 1846 - 26 Dec 1842 2yrs 69. vi: Mary E. OSMUN 23 Nov 1848 - 3 May 1848 lyr 4mo 8da both children buried Asbury M.E. Church Cemetery. (t.s) ************* 8. Sarah, called Sally, OSMUN (John) born ca 1806/8 in that part of Lansing, that was then called Genoa, Cayuga County, New York married before 1826, Isaac, son of Samuel and Margaretha (Bauer/Bower) DAVIS. Isaac, one of nine children, born 15 Oct 1803, was baptized at the home of George ROTH sponsors: --- (probably Henry) NEWMAN and wife 9 September 1850 FC pg 168, Isaac and Sally had a value of $15,150. Isaac, who was in business with his brother Samuel, died intestate 30 November 1856. Sally died 26 January 1879 buried at Lake Ridge Cem.(ts) 70. i: Armintha DAVIS died young 71. ii: Louisa DAVIS 1827 - m. Horatio P. BOWER. 72. iii: William DAVIS (c)13 Mar 1831 - 31 Mar 1877 45yrs 2mo 21da m. before 1860 Annette ----. She died 6 Oct 1914 74yrs 73. iv: Mary Margaret DAVIS 1834 - m. 1852 William A. J., s/o William and Catharine (NEWMAN) OZMUN 5ch. 74. v: Almira M. DAVIS 1839 - m. William Lamar s/o Wilson Lamott and Eunice (MEAD) GREEN ************* 9. Abraham, called Abram OSMUN (John) born in the same place 6 February 1807, married Anna, d/o Jacob and Dorothy (STORM) SHOEMAKER. Anna born 12 February 1808, died in Lansing, 3 January 1906. Abram died 20 June 1884. They are buried North Lansing Cemetery. (t.s) Abram, the one to inherit most of his father's estate, had a value of $16,500 in 1850. (FC pg 194 family 1128) see his will. 75. i: Betsey OSMUN (c)15 Mar 1831 - 21 Feb 1870 38yrs 11mo 6 da m. John s/o Gilbert CONKLIN bur. North Lansing. 76. ii: Jacob S. OSMUN 13 Aug 1833 - 26 Feb 1904 2ch. m. Elnora, d/o Morris and Rachel (L(e)arn) DECAMP 12 Jan 1838 - 18 Apr 1914 bur. North Lansing Cem. (ts.) 77. iii: Charles H. OOSMUN 22 Feb 1846 - 15 Oct 1925 see his will m. Mary E. PIERCE 21 Jun 1864 - 1 Feb 1942 d.s.p. bur. North Lansing (ts.) 78. iv: Mary I. OSMUN 1843 - 13 Aug 1844 1yr23da bur. Asbury ************* 11. Mary, called Polly OSMUN (John) ca. 22 October 1811 m. ca 1826, Joseph, son of Philip and Maria (KELLER) BOSSART/BOSSERT. (The rec. says Heller but, Maria d/o Christopher and Christina [BOSSART] KELLER is most likely the wife. Joseph born, according to history, 5 February 1804 in Cattargus Co. N.Y. and there is a gap in the church records between 1802-1810 of Philip and Maria's children. The name has been changed to BUZZARD. Joseph and Mary came to Oakland County ca 1832 and settled in Pontiac Township on property bought by Mary's father John, since his will said Joseph owed him money. Mary died 21 April 1889 78yrs 6mo. Joseph died 25 July 1884 80yrs 2mo. Buried Case Burying Grounds. 79. i: Adeline BUZZARD 1825 - 29 Jun 1894 69yrs (dc 2:137) m. 2 July 1848 Almon STANLEY (c)10 Jun 1833 - 24 Feb 1918 84yrs 8mo 14da buried Oakwood Cem. Fenton, Michigan (1870 FC Holly OC pg 285) 80. ii: Almira BUZZARD 4 Dec 1827 - 4 Jan 1864 nfr. 81. iii: Israel BUZZARD 11 Jul 1831 - 3 Feb 1905 m. 2 Jan 1854 Rosella PERRY - 9 Jun 1887 53yrs Oakwood Cem. Fenton, Genesee Co., Mi. 82. iv: John BUZZARD 4 Apr 1834 - 30 Mar 1835 11 mo 26da 83. v: Eli BUZZARD 23 Mar 1836 - 12 Jan 1862 see intestate m. Effie d/o Jno and Catharine (PHILLIPS) PETTY died Dec 1906 67yrs at home dau. Mrs. Frank ABBY. Eli buried Sashabaw Plains Effie bur.Oakwood Fenton, Michigan. 84. vi: Jacob BUZZARD 8 May 1838 - nfr 85. vii: Elizabeth BUZZARD 29 Jul 1840 - nfr. 86. viii: Edwin J. BUZZARD 5 Jan 1842 - m. 25 Dec 1866 Bay City, Mi. Eleanor C. MOON nfr. 87. ix: George M. Buzzard 6 Nov 1845 - 5 June 1920 m. lst: Mary E. CUMMINS (4ch) - 19 Dec 1905 m. 2nd: Caroline (BENNET) TILL - 24 Aug 1938 90yrs all buried Oakwood Fenton. 88. x: Isabel BUZZARD 9 Nov 1846 - nfr. 89. xi: Ardy BUZZARD 4 Jan 1850 - 24 Jul 1854 4yrs 6mo 20da 90. xii: Charles BUZZARD 10 Jul 1852 - 19 Jul 1858 6yrs 9da 91. xiii: William BUZZARD 9 Nov 1854 - nfr. Most of their family, known as the "Infamous Buzzard Boys" settled in Livingston County, Michigan. This family has a history of suicides. ************* 12. Isaac OSMUN (John) 14 Feb 1814 married 25 December 1834, Julia, d/o William DOUGLASS, was brought up by stepfather Revolutionary War Soldier. John LINDERMAN who married Mary, widow DOUGLASS. Mary born in Scotland died after 1850 in Huron Co. Ohio where she was staying with her daughter Prudence who had married Chas. NIVER. Isaac and Julia moved to Pontiac Township, Oakland County, Michigan and settled on Section 18. They had a value of $20,000 (FC 1870 24 Sep Pontiac Twp.) Ironically, Julia died on OSMUN property that now belongs to Oakland County and in the Asylum built with brick made by Isaac's nephew, Abram, son of Ezekiel OSMUN, 23 October 1879, of paralysis 64yrs 6mo.dc 1:279 Julia was born in Cayuga Co., New York 24 Mar 1815. (Bible record) Isaac died at the home of his nephew Oliver H.P. OSMUN, son of his brother Israel, 11 October 1884 age 72yrs 5mo 16da. of cancer of the throat. (obit will 48B:4818) They lay, along with most of their family, buried in Oakhills Cemetery Pontiac. (Their bible records in Michigan DAR vol 4) 92. i: William H. OSMUN 18 Nov 1835 - 8 Mar 1852 93. ii: Ezekiel I. OSMUN 10 Dec 1837 - 30 Apr 1910 m. Sarah J. d/o Benj. IRISH 2 Feb 1839 - 22 Oct 1916 94. iii: James H. OSMUN 11 Jan 1841 - 7 Jul 1906 age 65yrs d.s.p unm 95. iv: Mortimer D. OSMUN 8 Jan 1842 - 22 Nov 1929 Allegan Co.Mi m. 1st: 13 April 1864 Frances d/o George and Mary (-) PEARSALL m. 2nd: 7 October 1867 Elizabeth JUDSON 1846 - 1909 buried Oakhills Pontiac 3rd: Tompkins Co. Anna TAYLOR divorced 96. v: Abram OSMUN 25 Oct 1841 - Dec 1921 m. 26 April 1871 Ella LEONARD 97. vi: Sarah Armintha OSMUN 19 Mar 1846 - 19 Feb 1925 m. John VOORHIES 98. vii: Luria A. OSMUN 15 Jan 1848 - 8 Sep 1907 Kalamazoo Asylum m. 27 April 1870 Charles L. SEELEY. 99. viii: Mary Julia OSMUN 30 Mar 1850 - 21 Mar 1850 ************* 13. William H.H., called, Uncle Billy OSMUN (John) born 18 June 1816 (obit) came to Pontiac with his family in April 1836. He went back to Cayuga County, NY and having been one of the executors of his father will, had value of $50,000 in 1850. Married 11 January 1837 Mary Ann, daughter of John and Martha (WOOD) LINDERMAN, a sister to Abram who married Rebecca GREEN. Mary Ann born in TC 14 May 1820. Coming back to Michigan in 1867, a Republican, formerly a whig, active in politics, he died in Pontiac, 15 January 1905. Mary Ann died March 1900. Buried in a mausoleum in Oakhill Cemetery with most of their children and their spouses. Lot 10 Block 1. 100. i: Abram OSMUN 7 Nov 1837 - 25 Feb 1841 (ts) 101. ii: Wm. H. H. OSMUN Jr. 27 Oct 1841 - m. Frankie d/o Stephen and Meletiah (LEONARD) CHAFFEE natives of Vermont. 102. iii: Martha Jane OSMUN 27 Jan 1845 - 16 Mar 1925 m. Welcome H., s/o Ephraim and Phebe (BURROW) YOUNG 1844- 22 Feb 1917 72y Buried in the Oakhill Cemetery in Pontiac, lot 1-035 103. iv: Chas. Wesley OSMUN 29 Apr 1848 - m. 13 October 1867 Orcelia MCGREGOR 104. v: Mary Eliz. OSMUN 27 Jun 1855 - 11 Dec 1918 63yrs 5mo 14da m. Lewis H. s/o Ephraim and Phebe (BURROW) YOUNG - 15 Nov 1924 87yrs buried Oakhill Cemetery in Pontiac lot 4-626 105. vi: Carrie Belle OSMUN 25 May 1862 - 1917 m. Charles BARLETT 1856 - 1925 ************* 14. Almira OSMUN (John) 24 September 1818 - 9 July 1897 m. about 1836, Henry, son of Christian and Catharina (-) HOWSER born 16 January 1814. sponsors: John Adam and Sarah (CONRAD) BAUER. (Evang. United Cong. TC). They settled Sec. 35 of Brandon Twp. Oakland County, Michigan before 1836. FC 2 July 1850 pg 339r their value was $3,000. Henry died 11 August 1896 82yrs 7mo 5da and Almira, who had been declared incompent died 9 July 1897 77yrs 2mo 14da. Their stones bear their birthdates and they lay buried in the Eastern division of Oxford Township Cemetery lot 9 along with some of their children. 106. i: Catharine Mary HOWSER Jun 1837 - 22 Sep 1855 died young 107. ii: Maryette HOWSER 1851 - 6 Dec 1908 55yrs 7mo 9da m. 16 October 1866 Capt. Cornelius s/o Philip & Mahala (PREXIMIRE) LOSEY. 30 Nov 1905 65yrs 9mo 26da (not sure if Maryette died 1906/8) 108. iii: John D. HOWSER 1840 - 26 Sep 1923 m. 28 Nov 1861 Angeline HART 1837 - 5 Oct 1916 109. iv: Isaac David HOWSER 24 Sep 1843 - 26 Sep 1927 m. Susan ---- 1848 - 1920 Oxford Village Cemetery 110. v: Margaret Louisa HOWSER m. 7 Dec 1862 Arkela HART We have several more generations for this family
Intestates Tompkins County, New York ROWE, Semantha P.L. of Ithaca died 20 February 1866 husband: Jerome ROWE SINCEBAUGH, Catherine of Danby died 28 August 1871 sons: Solomon (adm), Jonah of Ithaca, Alpheus S. of Newfield, Isaiah of Newfield, Noah of Horseheads, New York and Simeon of Newfield daus: Sarah w/o John MCFALL of Danby. Deceased was pensionere at $8.00 a month. SINCEPAUGH, David of Newfield died 15 January 1871 probate 17 March 1871. Widow: Antionette sons: Henry 15yrs, William 13yrs, Franklin 10yrs daus: Catherne w/o Simeon VANDUSER, Harriet SINCEPAUGH 17yrs, Eleanor 8yrs, Mary Ann 1¼ yrs, Brother: Alpheus SINCEPAUGH adm. SINCEPAUGH, Joseph of Newfield died 13 July 1866 Mother: Catherine S. 82yrs. Brothers: Jonah 43yrs,(Adm.), Isaiah 43yrs, Alpheus 50yrs, David 47yrs, Solomon 40yrs, Noah 45yrs, Simeon 35yrs. All named SINCEPAUGH Sister: Lana MCFALL 30yrs, dec'd sister named KIRKENDALL left: Jane 16yrs, William 22yrs, Susan 25yrs, Catherine 18yrs and Elizabeth OLTZ, 30yrs. BICKLE, Charles F. of Lansing died 24 December 1872 probate 4 February 1873. Mother: Philinda BICKLE brothers: James H., Lester and Andrew BICKLE (note: buried German Cemetery near Lansingville s/o Adam and Philinda BICKLE age 21yrs 3mo. Adam died 16 November 1864 age 42yrs 5mo. ************* Jacob SHOEMAKER born in Pa. 15 April 1763 (c), son of Adam (Aaron 1) and Eva (WEAVER) SHOEMAKER. He married ca 1799 Dorothy, the probable d/o John STORM. They moved from Hamilton Twp., Northampton, now Monroe County, Pennsylvania about 1810 to Tompkins County where they raised a family of at least 8 children. Jacob died 17 July 1848 and Dorothy died 5 December 1853 age 87yrs 1mo 20da. Dorothy's birth calculated to be ca 16 October 1766. Both buried in the Asbury M. E. Church Cemetery. Dorothy's stone is almost buried and our thanks to Walt and Mary TEETERs for her death date. i: Betsey SHOEMAKER 27 Dec 1787 Pa. - m. Michael s/o Nicholas BOWER 7 ch. ii: John SHOEMAKER l Dec 1789 Pa. - m. Mary, called Polly, d/o Abraham and Sarah (JORDAN) OZMAN. They moved to Summit County, Ohio. iii: Maria SHOEMAKER 8 Apr 1792 Pa. - m. John DAVIS iv: Margaret SHOEMAKER 2 Oct 1794 - 13 Dec 1884 91st yr. m. John SAVACOOL wd 5 sons 1 dau. (pg 225 Marr. & Death Notices) v: Jacob SHOEMAKER Apr 1800 - Dec 1890 90 yrs 8mo m. Christina d/o William OZMUN see his will (gr.ch. named in Wm. OZMUN will) (Jacob first child born in New York.) vi: Henry SHOEMAKER 16 Jan 1803 - m. Elizabeth d/o Thomas DUTCHER - 3 Dec 1843 36yrs10mo2da Asbury m. 2nd: Frances vii: Catharine SHOEMAKER 1 Jun 1805 - 3l Jan 1878 sponsors: George and Catharine ROTH baptized at their home for last two children. Evangelical United Congregations of Milton and Scipio m. Ezekiel s/o John and Polly (LINDERMAN) OSMUN viii: Anna SHOEMAKER 13 Feb 1808 - 3 Jun 1906 m. Abra(ha)m s/o John and Polly (LINDERMAN) OSMUN ************* Evangelical United Congregations. SHOEMAKER, Henry and Susanna (FENNER) i: Charles SHOEMAKER 15 Mar 1818 - ii: Henry SHOEMAKER - twins 24 Feb 1823 - iii: Elizabeth SHOEMAKER - iv: Enson SHOEMAKER 30 Mar 1825 sponsors: Felix and Elizabeth ( ) FENNER v: Susanna SHOEMAKER 5 Feb 1827 - vi: Mary Jane SHOEMAKER 31 Aug 1831 - sponsors: Charles and Catharine ************* Intestates Tompkins County, New York DAR printed 1966 DUTCHER, Thomas of Dryden died 17 August 1852 will dated 10 August 1852 - probated: 12 August 1861 Widow: Abigail (died by the time of probate) sons: John of Ithaca, Charles of Hornellsville (Steuben Co.), Thomas of Sparta, Monroe Co., Wisc. Wesley, Freeman, Burton DUTCHER dec'd left: Fanny w/o James FERRIS of Madison Co. N.Y. of full age, Adelia w/o Charles BACON of Madison Co. NY. of full age; Jerome B. and Thomas J. DUTCHER of Ithaca under 21, Henry DUTCHER of Madison Co. N.Y. daus: Abigail DUTCHER, Elizabeth SHOEMAKER, dec'd left: Eliza Jane w/o Eleazer HARRING of Groton, Abigail SHOEMAKER of Lansing both of full age, Fanny SHOEMAKER dec'd left minor dau: Mary F. of Lansing, dec'd dau. Jerusha Ann HUNT left Clarence Alphonso HUNT of Corning, New York. REYNOLDS, George W. of Hector died 31 March 1851 widow: Lurinda sons: Samuel H. and George H. daus: Olive J. Emily A., Helen E., Isabella J. and Lydia w/o Moses SHOEMAKER, dec'd left: Olive L. SHOEMAKER all of Hector. DEREMER, Abraham of Ulysses died 21 July 1849 probate 23 April 1850 widow: Polly sons: Aaron of Painted Post, NY, Thomas, James Edward, and Albert last three under age. daus: Margaret BUSH of Newfield, Mary Jane, and Elizabeth last two under age. RYDER, Latham of Ithaca died in Honolula 12 Jan 1862 probate 14 December 1865 Father: John Mother: Lucy widow: Fanny V. since married and lives in Ct. and now Fanny V. HEMINGWAY adm. renounced by widow signed by Willis B. HEMINGWAY of North Haven, Ct. ************* Tombstones Asbury M.E. Church Cemetery Elizabeth w/o Henry - 3 Dec 1843 36yrs 10mo 2da Central Chapel town of Caroline SHOONMAKER, Catherine - 3 Sep 1866 68yrs SHOONMAKER, Benjamin - 16 Jan 1828 17yrs 6mo 29da SHOONMAKER, Moses D.P. - 15 Oct 1815 41yrs SHOONMAKER, Jemima w/o Moses D.P. - 21 Jan 1836 58yrs 6mo 2da SCHOONMAKER, Mary - 13 Jul 185_ 22da SCHOONMAKER, J. D. - 1 Mar 1887 90yrs SCHOONMAKER, Eleanor w/o J.D. - 17 Feb 1886 82yrs SCHOONMAKER, Philip s/o J.D. - 20 Nov 1854 29yrs ************* "Marriages and Death Notices from Tompkins Co., NY. Newspapers" Mary Smith Jackson Macedon, NY. 1993 96 Mrs. H. Amelia SHOEMAKER of Hector, NY Hector, NY Benjamin J. ERWAY of Hector NY. 12 Mar 1879 206 Mrs. Jacob SHOEMAKER 66 (died) in S. Lansing NY 11 Apr 1874 Tompkins Co. NY. Church Records Jean Worden pg 182 Jacob SHOEMAKER of Lansing 1 May 1878 Alice PARSONS of Lansing
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