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Jane OSMOND (1770?- )

Jane OSMOND,1 daughter of Ralph OSMOND (1746?-1834) and Mary MITCHELL ( -1786), was born in 1770 (approx.) in Hermitage, Dorset.2 Her relationship to John is Paternal Great (x4) Grandmother. Jane married Thomas PARTRIDGE on 9 July 1792 in Hermitage.2,3

she died "Date Unknown" .

 

Thomas PARTRIDGE4,5 was the son of Aarron PARTRIDGE (1735- ) and Grace DALIMONT ( - ). He and Jane OSMOND had the following children:

 

Stephen PARTRIDGE (1793-1878)

Joseph PARTRIDGE (1797- )

Citations

1{S0527}, Internet (ancestry.com) : Sharpham Family Tree (Site no longer available). Cit. Date: 26 March 2012. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
2{S0291), Internet (WCP) SHARPHAM, Alan and PETERS Jeanette : re PARTRIDGE & OSMOND (Rootsweb World Connect Project : Alan and Jeanette's Site : http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=REG&db=alan-sharpham&id=I7042). Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
3{S0744}, Internet (OPC Dorset) : Marriage of PARTRIDGE, Thomas (1152) and OSMOND, Jane (1153) (http://www.opcdorset.org/HermitageFiles/HermitageMars.htm (4 Dec 2013)). Cit. Date: 4 December 2013. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
4{S0199}, Internet : General. http://genealogy.wikia.com/wiki/Stephen_Partridge_%281793-1878%29. Cit. Date: before 1 July 2009. Assessment: Secondary evidence.
5{S0389}, Certificate - Death : PARTRIDGE, Stephen (1141). Custom Id: NSW 1878 / 9095. Cit. Date: 17 February 2010. Assessment: Unreliable.
His son Stephen's death certificate gives Thomas' name as Joseph but this is regarded as unreliable. His mother is recorded as Jane

Compiler of this family history is : John Owen

              

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Updated : 23 August 2014