Person:Osborn Hamilton (1)

Osborn Hamilton
b.3 Aug 1750 Scotland
  • HOsborn Hamilton1750 - 1822
  • WMary Davis1755 - 1822
m. 23 Jan 1776
  1. John Hamilton1778 - 1814
  2. James Hamilton1786 - 1872
  3. Charles Hamilton1787 - 1873
  4. Ann HamiltonAbt 1792 - 1858
Facts and Events
Name Osborn Hamilton
Gender Male
Birth[1] 3 Aug 1750 Scotland
Marriage 23 Jan 1776 Frederick County, Marylandto Mary Davis
Death[1] 14 Dec 1822 Back Creek, Bath County, Virginia

Will Abstract

Pg. 33 - Will of Osborn Hamilton, dated July 13, 1818.
Wit: Jacob Hardway, William Hickman, William Poage
Probated January 1823
Exec: none named
Beq: to well beloved wife Mary house and kitchen furniture, clothing and bedding, with benefit of my stock of milch cattle and "her lifetime off the land I now live on"
a suitable maintenance therefrom to the heirs of oldest son John.
To sons, James, Charles and Andrew one crown sterling in addition to what they have already received.
to daughter Anne Moore and her husband Presley one crown sterling to each, in addition to what they have received.
to youngest son William half of the home plantation, from the lands of Andrew Hamilton Benson to those of Col. Gatewood, with appurtenances, farm utensils and "implements of husbandry, stock thereon of every kind, also moiety of estate of John Davis, late of Kentucky, due at Mrs. Davis' death, reserving a suitable maintenance for his wife".
[Abstract of Wills and Inventories of Bath County, 1791-1842, Bruns, pg. 114].


Pg. 37 - Inventory - Osborn Hamilton.
Submitted Jan. 29, 1823 by William Hickman, William Gatewood and Adam Lightner.
4 old books, tableware, pewter, tinware, kitchen utensils, tools, flax wheel, household furniture, "sorl" [sic, s/b sorrell] mare, saddle and bridle, cattle 6, 2 colts.
[Abstract of Wills and Inventories of Bath County, 1791-1842, Bruns, pg. 115

Sale of Estate

Pg. 39 - Sale of estate of Osborn Hamilton, Feb. 21, 1823, William Hamilton, adm.
Buyers: James and Mary Hamilton, Charles Hamilton, Sr. and Jr., Adam Matheny, Samuel Berry, Thomas Rider, John Rider, Archibald Matheny, John Matheny, John McGlaughlin.
[Abstract of Wills and Inventories of Bath County, 1791-1842, Bruns, pg. 115]
  1. 1.0 1.1 Public Member Trees: (Note: not considered a reliable primary source).