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Re: Hannah Osborn/Osborne/Ausbourn ca 1765
Posted by: Charles Austin Date: June 13, 2001 at 06:54:14
In Reply to: Re: Hannah Osborn/Osborne/Ausbourn ca 1765 by Charles Osborne of [an error occurred while processing this directive]

The following was obtained, on-line, from Stephen's RW Pension Application I presume. No other information was given, and I did not persue it since Stephen, as Hannah's father, is a shot in the dark except that she named her first son Stephen Ausborn.Stephen Osborn Rev. War Pension Papers

1753 Born in Somerset County, New Jersey His parents' names are not given.
1776 While a resident of Somerset County, New Jersey he enlisted in the spring or summer of 1776 and served as private in Captain Silas Howell's Company, Col Ogden's 1st New Jersey Regiment. He was in the battles of Long Island, White Plains, Trenton, and Short Hills where he was wounded by a musket ball near the hip in the right thigh and was discharged 1/31/1781.

After the Rev., moved to that part of Rowan Co. which later became Davidson County,NC.
5/16/1833 Allowed pension on his application execute 5/16/1833 while a resident of Davidson County,NC.
7/11/1840 Died.

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