William Orme

     William Orme was the son of William Orme and Dorothea Fleming. William Orme was also known as William Orme (of Ballintober) in records.
     William Orme made a will dated 23 December 1790 in Ballintober, Kilfian, Tyrawley barony, Mayo, Ireland. His will asked to be buried in Ballintubber churchyard beside his mother. Ballintubber held by my father from Earl of Arran & bought from Earl of Arran by me, to Dorothy Fleming wife of Mathew Fleming of Old Rock, co. Sligo esq for life then to said Dorothy's son in law Samuel Wesley Handy for life then to his children by his present wife. The five quarters of Moygannagh co Mayo held from the See of Killala, to my nephews Robert Orme & William Orme subject to £50 yearly to their mother Mrs Orme. £100 due by Wm Orme of Abbeytown, niece Dorothy Fleming a large legacy, Robert Polke and his daughter by his late wife Mary Orme. Executors Robert Fleming of Achonry & said Mathew Fleming.
     His will was proved on 17 January 1791 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland. William Orme, Ballintober, co. Mayo, esq.

William Orme

     William Orme married Honor Bowker, daughter of James Bowker and Elizabeth Unknown, on 4 February 1780 in St Clement Danes, London.

William Orme (of Abbeytown)

(1757 - 20 May 1813)
     William Orme (of Abbeytown) was born in 1757 in Ireland. He was the son of Thomas Orme and Elizabeth Atkinson.
     Administration of the estate of Thomas Orme was granted to William Orme (of Abbeytown), on 5 February 1780 Administration was granted to William Orme his son as both executors had died.
     William Orme (of Abbeytown) married Ann Jackson on 17 June 1785.
     William Orme (of Abbeytown) made a will dated 12 October 1807 in Abbeytown, Crossmolina, Mayo. His will had 8 codicils, 13 Oct 1808, 27 Feb 1811, 30 May 1812, 26 Jan, 10 Feb, 9 April & 10 May 1813. William Orme of Abbeytown, co. Mayo, esq. Attishan to eldest son Thomas Orme then to second son William Orme .. then to daughters Jane & Elizabeth .. then to Robert Orme of Millbrook.. then to William Orme of Belleville .. wife Anne Orme & her marriage settlement; daughter Jane married to Samuel Handy esq, daugher Elizabeth married to Wm Fetherston esq, part of Attyshane to second son Wm Orme.
     William died on 20 May 1813.
     His will was proved on 17 May 1815 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland. Proved 12 Feb 1819 in the PRONI transcripts.

Children of William Orme (of Abbeytown) and Ann Jackson

William Orme (of Glenmore)

(16 November 1789 - 20 August 1836)
     William Orme (of Glenmore) was born on 16 November 1789. He was the son of William Orme (of Abbeytown) and Ann Jackson.
     In William Orme (of Abbeytown)'s will dated 12 October 1807 in Abbeytown, Crossmolina, Mayo, William Orme (of Glenmore) was named as heir; His will had 8 codicils, 13 Oct 1808, 27 Feb 1811, 30 May 1812, 26 Jan, 10 Feb, 9 April & 10 May 1813. William Orme of Abbeytown, co. Mayo, esq. Attishan to eldest son Thomas Orme then to second son William Orme .. then to daughters Jane & Elizabeth .. then to Robert Orme of Millbrook.. then to William Orme of Belleville .. wife Anne Orme & her marriage settlement; daughter Jane married to Samuel Handy esq, daugher Elizabeth married to Wm Fetherston esq, part of Attyshane to second son Wm Orme.
     William Orme (of Glenmore) married Cherry Knox on 23 May 1813.
     William died on 20 August 1836 aged 46.

Child of William Orme (of Glenmore) and Cherry Knox

William John Henry Knox Orme

     William John Henry Knox Orme was the son of Col (?) Orme and Adelaide Knox.

William-Knox Orme

(23 May 1816 - )
     William-Knox Orme was born on 23 May 1816 in Glenmore, Mayo, Ireland. He was the son of William Orme (of Glenmore) and Cherry Knox.

Capt (?) Ormsby

     Capt (?) Ormsby married Ann Ryther, daughter of Robert Ryther and Eleanor Browne.

Dorothea Ormsby

(before 1800 - 11 November 1832)
     Dorothea Ormsby was born before 1800 in Ireland.
     Dorothea Ormsby married Capt Elias Robison Handcock, son of William Handcock and Catherine Robison, on 23 April 1821 in St Thomas, Dublin, Ireland.
     Dorothea died on 11 November 1832 in Rathmoyle House, Laois. 15 November 1832 - Saunders's News-Letter - Dublin reported: Died. At Rathmoyle House, Queens's County on 11 instant, after a long and great suffering fron a disease of the heart, sincerely and deservedly lamented, Dorothea, wife of Elias Handcock, Esq..

Edward Ormsby

     Edward Ormsby was born in Derryconnor, Roscommon, Ireland.
     Edward Ormsby married Catherine Unknown (Handy) (Ormsby) between 1712 and 1731 in Ireland. He was described as of Derryconnor, co. Roscommon. But she may bave been Catherine Ormsby.

George Ormsby

( - before 8 March 1749)
     George Ormsby was born in Belvoir, Sligo, Ireland. He was the son of Gilbert.
     George Ormsby married Mary or Jane Wynne (Ormsby?), daughter of Lewis Wynne and Rebecca Bingham. They had issue - see the Irish genealogist, etc.
     George Ormsby made a will dated 3 February 1744.
     George died before 8 March 1749 in Ireland.
     His will was proved on 8 March 1749 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland. George Ormsby, Tobervaddy, co. Roscommon, esq.

Helen Ormsby

( - 1849?)
     Helen Ormsby married Capt Elias Robison Handcock as his second wife, on 27 September 1833 in Braddon, Isle of Man. He was probablymarried previously as on 11 Nov 1832? a Dublin newspaper reported the death of Mrs Dorothea Handcock, of Rathmoyle House, Queens County, wife of Elias.. Handcock. This Dorothea Handcock may have been the witness at the wedding of Eliah Handcock and Mary Rheinhardina Guydickens.
     Helen Ormsby and Ormsby Handcock appeared on the 1841 census in Aston, Warwickshire, England. Helen Handcock, 30, Idependent,
Dora Handcock 18, Ormsby Handcock 4, Elias Handcock 2, Arthur Handcock 1, all born in Ireland.
     Helen died in 1849?.

Children of Helen Ormsby and Capt Elias Robison Handcock

Owen Ormsby

( - 1804)
     Owen Ormsby was the son of William Ormsby and Hannah Wynne.
     Owen died in 1804.

William Ormsby

(1718 - 1781)
     William Ormsby was born in 1718. He may be the William of Castledargan, co. Sligo, esq whose will was proved in 1784.
     William Ormsby married Hannah Wynne, daughter of Captain Owen Wynne III? and Catherine ffolliott, in 1743.      
William Ormsby was the Member of Parliament for Willowbrook, Sligo, Ireland.
     William died in 1781 in Ireland. He was High Sheriff 1757 & 1768.

Child of William Ormsby and Hannah Wynne

Gladys Hilda Orr

     Gladys Hilda Orr married Colin Hubert Middleton, son of Hubert Alexander Middleton and Mary Borland, in 1929 in Victoria.

Catharina Hester Orred

(circa 1848 - 26 July 1915)
     Catharina Hester Orred was born circa 1848 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England.
     Catharina Hester Orred married Arbuthnot Percy Byng Sutherland Dunbar, son of John Dunbar and Anna Sophia Hagar, on 16 April 1873. They had another 7 children.
     Catharina died on 26 July 1915.

Child of Catharina Hester Orred and Arbuthnot Percy Byng Sutherland Dunbar

Sophia Orred

( - 2 June 1909)
     Sophia Orred married Sir Archibald Dunbar 7th Bart of Northfield as his second wife, on 5 November 1840 in St Oswald, Chester, Cheshire, England. He was widowed, and son of Archibald Daunbar, she was the daughter of George Orred.
     Sophia Orred and Sir Archibald Dunbar 7th Bart of Northfield appeared on the 1871 census in Duffus, Moray, Scotland.
     Sophia Orred and Sir Archibald Dunbar 7th Bart of Northfield appeared on the 1891 census in Duffus, Moray.
     Sophia died on 2 June 1909.

Children of Sophia Orred and Sir Archibald Dunbar 7th Bart of Northfield

Ann Osborn

(circa 1744 - )
     Ann Osborn was born circa 1744 in Bardwell, Suffolk.
     Ann Osborn married Francis Cocksedge on 20 October 1768 in Bardwell, Suffolk.

Children of Ann Osborn and Francis Cocksedge

Benjamin Osborn

     Benjamin Osborn was born. There is no Ben baptised in Croydon before 1753.
     Ben was mentioned in the 1791 will of his brother Thomas. He was the son of Robert Osborn. Benjamin was a stone mason.

Elizabeth Osborn

(28 May 1758 - )
     Elizabeth Osborn was born on 28 May 1758 in Croydon, Surrrey. She was the daughter of Robert Osborn and Sarah Grover. Elizabeth Osborn was christened on 18 June 1758 in St John, Croydon, Surrrey.
     In Robert Osborn's will dated 10 September 1785 in Croydon, Surrey, Elizabeth Osborn was named as heir; I Robert Osborn of Croydon in the County of Surrey, corn chandler, do make and publish my last Will and Testament in manner and form following that is to say first I give and devise all that my Freehold Messuage or [Tenement] wherein I now dwell situate in the Town of Croydon aforesaid with the Mill House and the [Quills] and Improvements and Fixtures therein Stables and one [equis] [---] or half part of the Garden and also the use of the Yard and Washhouse behind my said Dwelling house in common with and in the same manner as the same are now used by myself and the Tenant of my next adjoining House unto my Son Robert Osborn his heirs and assigns for ever he and they paying thereout unto my Daughter Mary Ann Osborn the sum of fifty pounds of lawfull [money] of Great Britain within twelve months next after my decease and I do hereby charge and make [---] my said Messuage or Tenement and [Premises] [where] devised to my said Son with the [---] [thereof] accordingly Also all that my Freehold Messuage or Tenement and [apportionates] in the Tenure or Occupation of Mrs Martha Barton and the other equal [moiety] of my said Garden and also the joint use of the said Yard and washhouse in [counion] with my said Son Robert Osborn his heirs and assigns I do hereby give and devise unto my Daughter Elizabeth Osborn her Heirs and assigns for ever and my will and Mourning is and I do hereby direct that my said Garden [---] be divided in a straight line from East to West and that my said Son Robert Osborn his Heirs and Assigns [shall inherit the North part thereof and my said Daughter Elizabeth Osborn her heirs and Assigns] the South part thereof and that the [charge] and Expense of dividing and keeping the same divided and also of repairing [amending] supporting upholding and keeping in repair the said Washhouse and Yard and the Pump and the Gates and Fences belonging thereto shall be paid and born equally between them my said Son and Daughter Elizabeth and their respective heirs and assigns also all that Freehold Close or piece or parcel of Land commonly called or known by the name of [---] close with its appurtenances lying and being at an certain place called [Bersham] within the Parish of Croydon aforesaid I [---] give and devise unto my Daughter Sarah Osborn her heirs and assigns for ever also I give and devise all those seven Freehold Messuages or Tenements with the Outhouses Edifices and Buildings Yards Gardens and Appurtenances thereunto [---] belonging situate lying and being at a certain place called [--lake] in the Parish of Croydon aforesaid unto my said Daughter Mary Ann Osborn her Heirs and Assigns for ever and I do hereby give and bequeath unto my said Daughter Mary Ann Osborn all that Messuage or Tenement with the Outhouses Edifices and Buildings Yard Garden and Appurtenances thereunto belonging now in the Tenure or Occupation of Elizabeth [Bristol] situate lying and being at Thornton [---] in the Parish of Croydon aforesaid which I hold by virtue of a Lease granted thereof by the Hospital of the Holy Trinity in Croydon aforesaid to hold the same to her my said Daughter Mary Ann Osborn her Executors administrators and assigns for and during all my Estate might Tithe [Term] and Interest therein together with all benefit and advantages of [concerning] the house or houses thereof also I give unto my said Son Robert Osborn all and singular my horses waggons carts ploughs harrow harnesses husbandry [Farthling] and [---] in husbandry and all the rest residue and remainder of all my goods chattels and personal Estate whatsoever and wheresoever and of what nature or [---] soever these same do consist after [assignment] and satisfaction [---] of all my just Debts my Funeral Expenses and the charges of proving this my will I do hereby give and bequeath unto my said Son and three Daughters equally between them and lastly I do hereby nominate and appoint my [Nephew] Mr. John Chatfield and my said Son and Daughter Robert Osborn and Elizabeth Osborn joint Executors of this my Will and I do hereby revoke annul and make void all former and other wills by me heretofore made declaring this alone and none other to be my last Will and Testament on writing whereof I [---] to this my last Will and Testament [--- in --- --- --- --- ---] set my name and seal the tenth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eigthy five. Robt Osborn (seal) Signed Sealed Published and [---] by the said Testator [--] Robert Osborn and and for his last will and testament in the presence of us who in his presence and at his request have hereunto [---] our names as Witnesses thereto. Edward Horwood of Croydon Shops Keeper
Josiah Bell of ditto Distiller, Thos Smelt of do Atty.

Elizabeth Osborn

(13 July 1725 - )
     Elizabeth Osborn was born on 13 July 1725 in Croydon, Surrey. She was the daughter of Robert Osborn and Elizabeth Dunn. Elizabeth Osborn was christened on 5 August 1725 in St John the Baptist, Croydon, Surrey.

Elizabeth Osborn

(22 February 1723 - )
     Elizabeth Osborn was born on 22 February 1723 in Croydon, Surrey. She was christened on 23 February 1723 in St John the Baptist, Croydon, Surrey. She was the daughter of Robert Osborn and Elizabeth Dunn.

Fanny Osborn

(27 December 1760 - )
     This link is unlikely as she is not mentioned in his will. Fanny Osborn was christened on 27 December 1760 in St Mary's, Guildford, Surrey. She was the daughter of Robert Osborn and Sarah Grover.

Hester Osborn

(16 December 1795 - )
     Hester Osborn was born on 16 December 1795 in Croydon, Surrey. She was the daughter of Robert Osborn and Mary Unknown (Osborn). Hester Osborn was christened on 26 January 1796 in St John, Croydon.

John Osborn

(22 February 1723 - 27 February 1723/24)
     John Osborn was born on 22 February 1723 in Croydon, Surrey. He was christened on 23 February 1723 in St John the Baptist, Croydon, Surrey. He was the son of Robert Osborn and Elizabeth Dunn.
     John was buried on 27 February 1723/24 in Croydon.

Mary Osborn

(13 February 1791 - before 8 January 1800)
     Mary Osborn was born on 13 February 1791 in Croydon, Surrey. She was the daughter of Robert Osborn and Mary Unknown (Osborn). Mary Osborn was christened on 16 March 1791 in St John, Croydon.
     Mary died before 8 January 1800 in Croydon, SRY.

Mary Osborn

(25 December 1721 - )
     Mary Osborn was born on 25 December 1721 in Croydon, Surrey. She was the daughter of Robert Osborn and Elizabeth Dunn. Mary Osborn was christened on 4 January 1721/22 in St John the Baptist, Croydon, Surrey.
     Mary Osborn married Allen Chatfield on 14 July 1747 in Orpington, Kent.

Children of Mary Osborn and Allen Chatfield

Mary Ann Osborn

(15 January 1789 - before 12 March 1789)
     Mary Ann Osborn was born on 15 January 1789 in Croydon, Surrey. She was the daughter of Robert Osborn and Mary Unknown (Osborn). Mary Ann Osborn was christened on 23 January 1789 in St John, Croydon, Surrrey.
     Mary died before 12 March 1789 in Croydon, SRY. She was buried on 12 March 1789 in Croydon.

Mary Ann Osborn

(18 November 1764 - )
     Mary Ann Osborn was born on 18 November 1764 in Croydon, Surrrey. She was the daughter of Robert Osborn and Sarah Grover. Mary Ann Osborn was christened on 27 November 1764 in St John, Croydon, Surrrey.
     In Robert Osborn's will dated 10 September 1785 in Croydon, Surrey, Mary Ann Osborn was named as heir; I Robert Osborn of Croydon in the County of Surrey, corn chandler, do make and publish my last Will and Testament in manner and form following that is to say first I give and devise all that my Freehold Messuage or [Tenement] wherein I now dwell situate in the Town of Croydon aforesaid with the Mill House and the [Quills] and Improvements and Fixtures therein Stables and one [equis] [---] or half part of the Garden and also the use of the Yard and Washhouse behind my said Dwelling house in common with and in the same manner as the same are now used by myself and the Tenant of my next adjoining House unto my Son Robert Osborn his heirs and assigns for ever he and they paying thereout unto my Daughter Mary Ann Osborn the sum of fifty pounds of lawfull [money] of Great Britain within twelve months next after my decease and I do hereby charge and make [---] my said Messuage or Tenement and [Premises] [where] devised to my said Son with the [---] [thereof] accordingly Also all that my Freehold Messuage or Tenement and [apportionates] in the Tenure or Occupation of Mrs Martha Barton and the other equal [moiety] of my said Garden and also the joint use of the said Yard and washhouse in [counion] with my said Son Robert Osborn his heirs and assigns I do hereby give and devise unto my Daughter Elizabeth Osborn her Heirs and assigns for ever and my will and Mourning is and I do hereby direct that my said Garden [---] be divided in a straight line from East to West and that my said Son Robert Osborn his Heirs and Assigns [shall inherit the North part thereof and my said Daughter Elizabeth Osborn her heirs and Assigns] the South part thereof and that the [charge] and Expense of dividing and keeping the same divided and also of repairing [amending] supporting upholding and keeping in repair the said Washhouse and Yard and the Pump and the Gates and Fences belonging thereto shall be paid and born equally between them my said Son and Daughter Elizabeth and their respective heirs and assigns also all that Freehold Close or piece or parcel of Land commonly called or known by the name of [---] close with its appurtenances lying and being at an certain place called [Bersham] within the Parish of Croydon aforesaid I [---] give and devise unto my Daughter Sarah Osborn her heirs and assigns for ever also I give and devise all those seven Freehold Messuages or Tenements with the Outhouses Edifices and Buildings Yards Gardens and Appurtenances thereunto [---] belonging situate lying and being at a certain place called [--lake] in the Parish of Croydon aforesaid unto my said Daughter Mary Ann Osborn her Heirs and Assigns for ever and I do hereby give and bequeath unto my said Daughter Mary Ann Osborn all that Messuage or Tenement with the Outhouses Edifices and Buildings Yard Garden and Appurtenances thereunto belonging now in the Tenure or Occupation of Elizabeth [Bristol] situate lying and being at Thornton [---] in the Parish of Croydon aforesaid which I hold by virtue of a Lease granted thereof by the Hospital of the Holy Trinity in Croydon aforesaid to hold the same to her my said Daughter Mary Ann Osborn her Executors administrators and assigns for and during all my Estate might Tithe [Term] and Interest therein together with all benefit and advantages of [concerning] the house or houses thereof also I give unto my said Son Robert Osborn all and singular my horses waggons carts ploughs harrow harnesses husbandry [Farthling] and [---] in husbandry and all the rest residue and remainder of all my goods chattels and personal Estate whatsoever and wheresoever and of what nature or [---] soever these same do consist after [assignment] and satisfaction [---] of all my just Debts my Funeral Expenses and the charges of proving this my will I do hereby give and bequeath unto my said Son and three Daughters equally between them and lastly I do hereby nominate and appoint my [Nephew] Mr. John Chatfield and my said Son and Daughter Robert Osborn and Elizabeth Osborn joint Executors of this my Will and I do hereby revoke annul and make void all former and other wills by me heretofore made declaring this alone and none other to be my last Will and Testament on writing whereof I [---] to this my last Will and Testament [--- in --- --- --- --- ---] set my name and seal the tenth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eigthy five. Robt Osborn (seal) Signed Sealed Published and [---] by the said Testator [--] Robert Osborn and and for his last will and testament in the presence of us who in his presence and at his request have hereunto [---] our names as Witnesses thereto. Edward Horwood of Croydon Shops Keeper
Josiah Bell of ditto Distiller, Thos Smelt of do Atty.

Prudence? Osborn

     Prudence? Osborn was born. There is no Prudence baptised in Croydon before 1753. She was the daughter of Robert Osborn.
     Prudence? Osborn married William Butler.

Child of Prudence? Osborn and William Butler

Robert Osborn

(18 March 1719/20 - before 6 November 1785)
     Robert Osborn was born on 18 March 1719/20 in Croydon, Surrey. He was the son of Robert Osborn and Elizabeth Dunn. Robert Osborn was christened on 7 April 1720 in St John, Croydon.
     Robert Osborn married Sarah Grover on 15 March 1758 in Thames Ditton, Surrey. Robert Osborn of the parish of Croydon in Surrrey & Sarah Grover of this parish were married by licence. Robert Osborn was an executor of Robert Osborn's estate on 16 October 1765 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.
     Robert Osborn made a will dated 10 September 1785 in Croydon, SRY. I Robert Osborn of Croydon in the County of Surrey, corn chandler, do make and publish my last Will and Testament in manner and form following that is to say first I give and devise all that my Freehold Messuage or [Tenement] wherein I now dwell situate in the Town of Croydon aforesaid with the Mill House and the [Quills] and Improvements and Fixtures therein Stables and one [equis] [---] or half part of the Garden and also the use of the Yard and Washhouse behind my said Dwelling house in common with and in the same manner as the same are now used by myself and the Tenant of my next adjoining House unto my Son Robert Osborn his heirs and assigns for ever he and they paying thereout unto my Daughter Mary Ann Osborn the sum of fifty pounds of lawfull [money] of Great Britain within twelve months next after my decease and I do hereby charge and make [---] my said Messuage or Tenement and [Premises] [where] devised to my said Son with the [---] [thereof] accordingly Also all that my Freehold Messuage or Tenement and [apportionates] in the Tenure or Occupation of Mrs Martha Barton and the other equal [moiety] of my said Garden and also the joint use of the said Yard and washhouse in [counion] with my said Son Robert Osborn his heirs and assigns I do hereby give and devise unto my Daughter Elizabeth Osborn her Heirs and assigns for ever and my will and Mourning is and I do hereby direct that my said Garden [---] be divided in a straight line from East to West and that my said Son Robert Osborn his Heirs and Assigns [shall inherit the North part thereof and my said Daughter Elizabeth Osborn her heirs and Assigns] the South part thereof and that the [charge] and Expense of dividing and keeping the same divided and also of repairing [amending] supporting upholding and keeping in repair the said Washhouse and Yard and the Pump and the Gates and Fences belonging thereto shall be paid and born equally between them my said Son and Daughter Elizabeth and their respective heirs and assigns also all that Freehold Close or piece or parcel of Land commonly called or known by the name of [---] close with its appurtenances lying and being at an certain place called [Bersham] within the Parish of Croydon aforesaid I [---] give and devise unto my Daughter Sarah Osborn her heirs and assigns for ever also I give and devise all those seven Freehold Messuages or Tenements with the Outhouses Edifices and Buildings Yards Gardens and Appurtenances thereunto [---] belonging situate lying and being at a certain place called [--lake] in the Parish of Croydon aforesaid unto my said Daughter Mary Ann Osborn her Heirs and Assigns for ever and I do hereby give and bequeath unto my said Daughter Mary Ann Osborn all that Messuage or Tenement with the Outhouses Edifices and Buildings Yard Garden and Appurtenances thereunto belonging now in the Tenure or Occupation of Elizabeth [Bristol] situate lying and being at Thornton [---] in the Parish of Croydon aforesaid which I hold by virtue of a Lease granted thereof by the Hospital of the Holy Trinity in Croydon aforesaid to hold the same to her my said Daughter Mary Ann Osborn her Executors administrators and assigns for and during all my Estate might Tithe [Term] and Interest therein together with all benefit and advantages of [concerning] the house or houses thereof also I give unto my said Son Robert Osborn all and singular my horses waggons carts ploughs harrow harnesses husbandry [Farthling] and [---] in husbandry and all the rest residue and remainder of all my goods chattels and personal Estate whatsoever and wheresoever and of what nature or [---] soever these same do consist after [assignment] and satisfaction [---] of all my just Debts my Funeral Expenses and the charges of proving this my will I do hereby give and bequeath unto my said Son and three Daughters equally between them and lastly I do hereby nominate and appoint my [Nephew] Mr. John Chatfield and my said Son and Daughter Robert Osborn and Elizabeth Osborn joint Executors of this my Will and I do hereby revoke annul and make void all former and other wills by me heretofore made declaring this alone and none other to be my last Will and Testament on writing whereof I [---] to this my last Will and Testament [--- in --- --- --- --- ---] set my name and seal the tenth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eigthy five. Robt Osborn (seal) Signed Sealed Published and [---] by the said Testator [--] Robert Osborn and and for his last will and testament in the presence of us who in his presence and at his request have hereunto [---] our names as Witnesses thereto. Edward Horwood of Croydon Shops Keeper
Josiah Bell of ditto Distiller, Thos Smelt of do Atty.

     Robert died before 6 November 1785 in Croydon, SRY. He was buried on 6 November 1785 in Croydon. Robert Osborn, aged 65.
     His will was proved on 6 March 1786 at PCC. This Will was proved at London on the sixth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty six before the worshipfull William [Mathew] Doctor of Law Surrogate of the [Right] Worshipfull [--- ---] Doctor of Laws Master Keeper or Commissary of the pregrogative court of Canterbury lawfully [constituted] by the oaths of Robert Osborn the Son and Elizabeth Osborn Spinster the Daughter of the deceased the Executors named in the said will to whom administration was granted of all and singular the Goods Chattels and credits of the said deceased they having been first sworn duly to administer power reserved of making the like Grant to John Chatfield the other Executor therein named whom he shall apply for the same of. [E.S.]
     From February 1787 to 1801 there are references to an Abstract of Title: 5/6 Feb 1787 James Dempster Junior of Mitcham, Surrey and Sarah his wife who was daughter of and devisee in the Will of Robert Osborne late of Croydon, convey to Thomas Osborne of Croydon, stonemason, all that close of land called Crown Close, 7 acres at Bensham or Bensham Lane.
     He may also have had a son Stephen who was buried 30 August 1840 aged 66 at St John the Baptist, Croydon..

Children of Robert Osborn and Sarah Grover