Henry Osborne 1795. Illogan

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  1. Genie1

    Genie1 Well-Known Member

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    I decided to go back with this family.
    If I am right:
    I have Henry Osborne born/baptised 1795. Where I got that from I have no idea.He had died by 1830 at Illogan Highway.He married Elizabeth Rogers (born 1804) on 30 July 1820. I have their 5 children.
    I would like to see who his ancestors were but it will be difficult with the spelling of this family. Osborne.Osborn etc.
     
  2. Londoner

    Londoner Will always roll up her sleeves and dig around

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    Opc has Henry son of Henry and Elizabeth baptised at Redruth 14 Jun 1795.
    Henry Osborn/e married Elizabeth Paul at Illogan 29 Mar 1783
    Possible candidate for Henry is baptised at Redruth 3 Aug 1755, son of Henry and Constance Brown jnr who married at Redruth 29 Aug 1754 with consent of her parents, witnesses Leonard Brown and Nicholas Paul.
    Leonard Brown married Constance Paul in 1718 plenty there for you to check and add to....
     
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  3. Londoner

    Londoner Will always roll up her sleeves and dig around

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    It looks like some of the names your Henry used for his children, eg William and Andrew, were the names of his brothers.
     
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  4. janetbooth

    janetbooth Top Dog Stalwart

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    Henry OSBORN buried at Illogan Highway on 20 March 1830, aged 35, so that is where the birthdate of c1795 came from, and the two posts from Londoner above seem to sort you out as regards possible parents and grandparents.

    Janet
     
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