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George Osborn

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Death: 1866 (An infectious disease)
Place of Burial: Gravesend, Kent, UK
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Son of William Osborn
Husband of Margaret Branen
Father of Stephen Osborn; Muriel Osborn; George Osborn; William Osborn; <private> Osborn and 5 others

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William Osborn c 10 October 1787 Bidford on Avon Warwickshire , eldest son of Edward Osborn and Sarah ZOUCH married 27th Nov 1786 at Stratford on Avon, Warwickshire, William married Sarah COLES- William was a builder of fine houses and was in today's world a property developer in Chelsea London. William and Sarah's 6th child George OSBORN c 27th Dec 1817 died 3 Feb 1866, Milton next to Gravesend Kent was a wall paper manufacturer. George and his wife Charlotte Sophia Maria BRANEN were married in Chelsea on 27th April 1841. Their first 6 children were born there in 1851 they were living at 42 Manor St Chelsea.Then around 1854 they moved to Milton next to Gravesend to "the Old Water works " as seen in the 1861 census where George manufactured his Wallpaper. His next 3 children were born here.George died in 1866 of food poisoning. George's eldest son George William OSBORN tokk over the family Wall paper manufacturing business and he lived in Chelsea with his wife Isabelle LAWRENCE. They had 9 children. George was involved with politics in London and then he and Isabella moved to Uplands, Braodlands East Sussex where he became a J.P. and a councillor of the East Sussex County Council. George W. died 10 Nov 1924 at Uplands His youngest brother Edward Branen OSBORN migrated to New Zealand in 1883-

the estate of George Osburn, late of the Old Water Works, Wholesale Dealer in Paper Hangings, deceased (who died on the 3rd day of February, 1866, and fo whose personal estate and effects letters of administration were granted by Her Majesty's Court of Probate on the 7th day of March, 1866, to his Widovv, Charlotte Sophia Maria Osborn), are hereby required to send the particulars, in writing, of their

' respective claims or demands to us, the undersigned, Messrs. Anderson and Son, the Solicitors for the said Charlotte Sophia Maria Osborn, at our offices, No. 17, Ironmonger-lane, in the city of London, on or before the 3rd day of July, 1866, at the expiration of which time the said Charlotte Sophia Maria Osborn will proceed to distri- bute the assets of the said George Osborn;; among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to the claims and demands of which she shall then have had notice; and the said Charlotte Sophia Maria Osborn will, not be liable for the assets so to be distributed, to any person of whose claim or demand she shall not then have had notice.— Dated this 3rd day of May, 1866. ANDERSON and SON, No. 17, Ironmonger-lane, London, Solicitors to the said Administrat From the London Gazette May 4, 1866