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1Title:  Some Smiths, Osborns, and allied families of New England and Ohio    
 Creator:  Watson, Estelle Clark, b. 1888 
 Publication:  Guild Press, Skokie, Ill,1964. 
 Call #:  Smith family 
 Extent:  69, [27] p. geneal. table, port. 28 cm. 
 Subjects:  Smith family | Osborne family | Osborn family
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2Title:  Osborne, Lohr, Budd and Keenan families, Monroe County, West Virginia    
 Creator:  Sell, Rose Osborne. 
 Publication:  Charleston-Kanawha, W. Va,1914. 
 Call #:  Osborne family Oversize 
 Extent:  1 sheet geneal. table 30 cm. 
 Subjects:  Osborne family | Lohr family | Budd family | Keenan family
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3Title:  Genealogy, Thompson-Spafford, 1630 to 1930: Chase-Gordon, 1788 to 1930. Osborn-Gadsby, Gadsby-Woodcock    
 Creator:  Thompson, John H. (John Henry), 1853- 
 Publication:  Thorold, Ont,[1930?] 
 Call #:  Thompson family 
 Extent:  120 p. front., plates, ports. (1 double) facsims., col. coats of arms. 24 1/2 cm. 
 Subjects:  Thompson family | Spafford family | Chase family | Osborne family | Osborn family
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4Title:  William Hendry Family Papers     
 Creator:  Hendry, William Family 
 Dates:  1819-1890 
 Abstract:  William Hendry (1807-1894) was a prominent citizen of Harpersfield, Ohio, until 1866 when he moved to Madison, Ohio. He was an abolitionist and a member of the Republican Party. While in Harpersfield, he served two terms as sheriff of Ashtabula County. Hendry also took pains to record the history of his family for his children. His father, David Hendry, had settled in Ashtabula County in 1806. His son, Francis, was a Civil War soldier. The collection consists of family histories for the Hendry family and the related families of Mirriam and Osborn, correspondence, a deed, an epitaph for David Hendry, a petition and Civil War military papers of Francis Hendry, a DAR application, and a will. 
 Call #:  MS 4196 
 Extent:  0.20 linear feet (1 container) 
 Subjects:  Hendry, William, 1807-1894. | Hendry, David, 1754-1827. | Hendry family. | Mirriam family. | Osborne family. | Ashtabula County (Ohio) -- Genealogy.
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5Title:  Edith Pearl Rennison Genealogical Papers     
 Creator:  Rennison, Edith Pearl 
 Dates:  1913-1975 
 Abstract:  Edith Rennison (born 1908) was the descendant of William Adams of Connecticut, whose son John migrated to the Western Reserve in 1810 and settled near Columbia (Lorain County), of Thomas Osborn, who settled in Columbia Station (Lorain County) prior to 1812, and of William Rennison who came to Olmsted Falls, Ohio in 1876. The collection consists of family genealogies and historical anecdotes of the Adams, Osborn and Rennison families. Also included are miscellaneous family deeds. 
 Call #:  MS 4364 
 Extent:  0.20 linear feet (1 container) 
 Subjects:  Rennison, Edith Pearl, 1908- | Renison family. | Adams family. | Osborne family. | Frontier and pioneer life -- Ohio -- Western Reserve. | Ohio -- Genealogy.
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6Title:  Hoadley and Hickox Family Papers     
 Creator:  Hoadley and Hickox Family 
 Dates:  1792-1926 
 Abstract:  The Hickox and Hoadley families were among the first settlers of Middleburg Township, Ohio (now Middleburg Heights, a suburb of Cleveland). Jared and Rachel Merrill Hickox came from Connecticut in 1809. Lemuel Hoadley came from New York in 1807. The collection consists of deeds, quit claims, a survey, a probate settlement, an order for a sheriff's sale, a copy of a lease, a copy of a will, a deed of trust, account books, certificates, correspondence, genealogies, reminiscences and a clipping relating to the Hoadley and Hickox families and to the Wilder, Vaughn, Baker, Osborn, and Parker branches of these families. 
 Call #:  MS 3603 
 Extent:  0.10 linear feet (1 container) 
 Subjects:  Hoadley family. | Hickcox family. | Wilder family. | Vaughan family. | Baker family. | Osborne family. | Parker family. | Middleburg Heights (Ohio) -- History.
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