m. 11 Jul 1852
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Crook County News (WY), 5 August 1937, page 4, col. 1 [footnote.com]
Died at her home 1326 Jackson, St., Sioux City, Iowa, July 25th, Mrs. Osborn, wofe of W. W. Osborn. She leaves to mourn her passing, her husband, W. W. Osborn, three daughters, Mrs. Leah Hoback, New Haven, Wyo.; Miss Charlotte, at home, a married daughter in Washington, Carl at home and several grandchildren. We extend our sympathy to the bereaved family.
The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 99 page 54
Mrs. Arabella Carlisle Osborn. DAR ID Number: 98171 Born in Berrien County, Mich. Wife of Walter W. Osborn. Descendant of Henry Glover, as follows: 1. Daniel Carlisle (1797-1872) m. 2nd 1852 Hannah L. Glover (1823-1906). 2. David Glover (b. 1775) m. 1800 Tammerson Hall (1778-1843). 3. Henry Glover m. 1754 Hannah Lewis (1732-1807). Henry Glover (1732-1800) served as private in Capt. Able Richards' company, Colonel McIntosh's regiment, Massachusetts Line. He was born in Milton; died in Dedham, Mass.