Cyrus Osborne1

M, #2308, b. 17 July 1750
Last Edited=22 Nov 2007
     Cyrus Osborne, son of James Osborne and Jane Hughes, was born on 17 July 1750 at Baltimore County, Maryland.1 Cyrus Osborne was the son of James Osborne and Jane Hughes.1

Cyrus Osborne began military service on 31 October 1775 at Harford County, Maryland. Cyrus Osborne was an Ensign, Capt. Doresy's Co. No 8..2

He ended military service in 1778 at Harford County, Maryland. Cyrus Osborne was a signer, Oath of Allegiance to Maryland..2

Cyrus Osborne witnessed the death of James Osborne between 6 April 1779 and 23 March 1780 at Harford County, Maryland; AJ-2-496 James Osborn
6 Apr 1779/28 Mar 1780
To: Eldest son, James OSBORN - tract 60 a. Common Garden Corrected, all my lands E of Rumney Creek; Negro fellow Harry
Second son, William OSBORN - tract part of Common Garden Corrected
Second (third?) son, Cyrus OSBORN - tract part of Common Garden Corrected; Negro boy George
Fourth son, Benjamin OSBORN - tract part of Common Garden Corrected; Negro boy George
Daughter, Mary OSBORN - Negro boy Jack
Second daughter, Martha OSBORN - Negro girl Bess
Patty Greenfield
Ex: Son, James OSBORN
Wt: William HANSON; Benjamin CHAUNCEY, John HANSON; James WETHERALL.3

Citations

  1. [S136] Robert W. Barnes, Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759 (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1989). Hereinafter cited as Baltimore County Families.
  2. [S205] Henry C., Jr., Secretary, Maryland Society, 1982-1984, Sons of the American Revolution Penden, compiler, Revolutionary Patriots of Harford County, Maryland 1775 - 1783 (Bel Air, Maryland 21014: Bel Air Copy Center, 1985), Page 160. Hereinafter cited as Revolutionary Patriots of Harford County.
  3. [S201] Ralph H., Jr. Morgan, compiler, Harford County Wills 1774-1800 Harford County, Maryland (Silver Spring, Maryland: Family Line Publications, 1990), Page 60.. Hereinafter cited as Harford County Wills.