Osgathorp(e) Families in the 19th century - London, Middx

Updated March 14, 2005

Thomas Tippett Osgathorpe
ttosg@eutechnics.co.uk

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This branch of Osgathorp(e)s originated in the mid to late 1700s in Bristol.

Two distinct families were in London from the early 1800s. The heads of both families were Thomas.

Thomas b1824 and wife Emma Hill were in the Notting Hill area of Kensington from the 1850s - their descendants stayed mostly in the area until the early 1900s.

Thomas b1809 Bristol, and his wife Elizabeth Stratton were probably in Marylebone from the 1830s to 1860s - then in Cheshunt and Waltham X.

There was a connection to the Oxford area, as the early 1900s sees branches of both families living in Headington.

Only a small part of these families has been researched into the 20th century.

Living individuals have no dob/pob information shown.

Laird G Davison - March 2005.

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