GenWeb de la Basse Côte-Nord

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Osborne Family-Tree Pictures


 Frederick Osborne (1885-1966) was born on Anticosti Island and part of the Fox Bay uprising / deportation. He was married twice: first – Margaret Jones; second – Clarissa Jones. He was a well known light house keeper, and proprietor of the PuffInn at Harrington Harbour. The picture comes from Thelma Jones-King; copied by Jim and Sharon Ransom.  click here / cliquez ici
 Edward Obsorne (1882-1974) and wife, Rachel Murro (1880-1963) with grandson, Theodore, son of Charl and Maisie Bobbitt-Osborne, ca. 1943. Edward was part of the Anticosti, Fox Bay uprising and deportation to Manitoba around 1900. Rachel came to Canada from Edinburgh, Scotland to nurse in Montreal where she met and married Edward. Edward was a fine carpenter, and for a period of his life, light keeper on St Mary’s Island. Picture from the Dr. Donald Gorden Hodd collection with Willie Cox; copied by Sharon Chubbs-Ransom   click here / cliquez ici
John Osborne (1875-?) was brother to Edward and part of the Anticosti, Fox Bay uprising and deportation to Manitoba around 1900. He was married twice and lived in Nova Scotia. He was a telegraph operator and noted for his role in training other operators along the Coast. The pen on his lapel was in recognition of "observer duty" during World War I; many persons on the Coast had theses. Picture from Clars and (the late) John Rowsell; copied by Sharon Chubbs-Ransom.  click here / cliquez ici
Grenfell Osborne (1919-1989) was born in Harrington Harbour the son of Edward Osborne and Rachel Munroe.  Shown here in uniform, undergoing training, which was terminated due to illness. Picture from the late Lillian Anderson-Ransom; in possession of Andy and Susan Organ-Ransom; copied by Sharon Chubbs-Ransom.  click here / cliquez ici
 Jacob "Jake" William Osborne (1884-1964) and his wife Annie MacKnutt Chislett (1897 – 1979). He was born in Mouse Island, Newfoundland and she in Aylmer Sound, Quebec. Jacob was brother to Edward and John and they were part of the Anticosti, Fox Bay uprising and deportation to Manitoba around 1900. Jacob and Annie were residents of Kegaska and are both buried there. Picture from Maud Osborne.  click here / cliquez ici

Date Entered on Web Site: 10 September 2002
Updated: 28 September 2002, 01 October 2002, 14 December 2002, 03 January 2003

 

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Thank you to the previous coordinators, Sharon Ransom and Marc-André Gosselin, for their excellent work !
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