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  2. Amazon.com: Samuel Osgood: Books, Biography, Blog, Audiobooks ...

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    The New Hampshire Book: Being Specimens of the Literature of the Granite State May 1, 2019. by Samuel Osgood Charles James Fox. $7.95. This is a reproduction of a classic text optimised for kindle devices. We have endeavoured to create this version as close to the original artefact as possible. Although occasionally there may be certain ...

  3. Samuel Osgood (1741–1816) • FamilySearch

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    When Samuel Osgood was born on 6 October 1741, in Andover, Essex, Massachusetts, United States, his father, Samuel Ezekiel Osgood, was 27 and his mother, Dorothy Wardwell, was 26. He married Hannah Phelps on 22 November 1768, in Andover, Essex, Massachusetts Bay Colony, British Colonial America.

  4. Samuel Osgood (1788–1868) • FamilySearch

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    The Life Summary of Samuel. When Samuel Osgood was born on 15 July 1788, in Thornton, Grafton, New Hampshire, United States, his father, John Osgood III, was 40 and his mother, Rachel Lindsay, was 30. He married Rachel Crane before 1828, in Quebec, Quebec, Canada. They were the parents of at least 5 sons and 2 daughters.

  5. Rev Samuel Osgood (1784-1862) - Find A Grave Memorial

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    Pastor of the First Church in Springfield

  6. Samuel Osgood was born March 30, 1749, in Epping, New Hampshire, the son of Ruben Osgood and his first wife, Mary Brown. Samuel was a veteran of the American Revolutionary War, and DAR Ancestor #: A084669. He enlisted in Captain John Moody's company, Badger's Regiment to reinforce the army in New York, 1776.

  7. Family tree of Samuel OSGOOD - Geneastar

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    John Osgood came to Massachusetts from Andover in England in 1638. In 1646 he started a new settlement there and named it Andover for his home town. Four generations later, Captain Peter Osgood lived there and in 1748 he had a third son whom he named Samuel. Samuel attended Dummer Academy (now The Governor's Academy), and then Harvard College, where he studied theology and graduated in 1770 ...

  8. To John Adams from Samuel Osgood, [14 January 1784]

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    From Samuel Osgood. Annapolis Decr , Start deletion, 7, End, 14th. 1783 [14 January 1784] 1. Sir.—. I had the Pleasure of seeing M r. Thaxter your late Private Secretary at Philadelphia.—. Congress were then on their Way to this Place— He being anxious to return to Mass tts. it was not tho’t expedient for him to come on here, as he ...

  9. Samuel Osgood, 73 - Belmont | Free Public Reputation Profile

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    Samuel Osgood is 73 years old today because Samuel's birthday is on 03/12/1949. Before moving to Samuel's current city of Belmont, MA, Samuel lived in Cambridge MA.Samuel also answers to Samuel P Osgood, Peter S Osgood, Peter Samuel Osgood, Peter Sgood and Samuel Peter Osgood, and perhaps a couple of other names.

  10. Samuel Osgood Stamp Club

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    When: 1st & 3rd Wednesdays at 7:30 pm : Where: Sutton Hill Center 1801 Turnpike Street (Route 114) North Andover, MA : Contact Info: Mike Rivet at (978) 474-4674

  11. According to family tradition, Franklin gave the gold watch to Samuel Osgood upon Osgood's visit to France in 1785. Samuel Osgood (1748-1813) was born in Andover, Massachusetts and attended Harvard College, graduating in 1770. Upon his return to Andover, Osgood began his career as a merchant and joined the local militia.