Stephen Osgood Jr.+
1C. M. Endicott, The Osgood Family in New England, NEHGR Vol. 13, pp. 121 (Apr. 1859).
"21. STEPHEN3 OSGOOD, b. Aug. 16, 1670. Lived in Andover, South Parish, and owned a farm of 185 acres, near Haggett's Pond, which remains in the family to the present day. Married Hannah Blanchard, Oct. 4, 1699. Died 1749. Will dated 15 Nov. 1743. Proved. 12, 1750. His widow died 1774, a. 92. Children:--
64. Hannah,4 b. March 4, 1702; m. Obadiah Johnson, Feb. 12, 1724. Died previous to 1743. 65. Sarah,4 b. July 8, 1704; m. ----- Barnard, previous to 1743. 66. Mary,4 b. 1706; m. Jacob Holt, Dec. 29, 1737. 67. Stephen,4 b. Aug. 18, 1709; m. Dorcas -----; died 1772. Lived in Tewksbury. Ch.: Stephen, who lived in the state of Maine, Joseph, Peter, Hannah, Mary, Rebecca, Anne. 68. Lydia,4 b. 1711; m. ----- Hill. 69. Isaac,4 b. 1713. Lived in Andover. Married, 1st, Betsy Flint of Danvers, who was the mother of all his children. After her death he married Mrs. Ruth Peabody, widow of Thomas Peabody. Ch.: Elizabeth, David, Isaac, Jacob, Kendall. 70. Rachael,4 b. -----; m. Thomas Felt, Nov. 24, 1743. 71. Joshua,4 July 17, 1724; married, and lived the latter part of his life in Danvers, near North Reading. Had two sons, Aaron and Joshua.".
Stephen Osgood +
1C. M. Endicott, The Osgood Family in New England, NEHGR Vol. 13, p. 119 (Apr. 1859).
"5. STEPHEN2 OSGOOD, b. about 1638, in Ipswich or Newbury. Lived in Andover, Mass. Married Mary Hooker, Oct. 24, 1663. Took the freeman's oath, May 19, 1669. Died of smallpox, 15 Jan. 1690-1. Will dated Jan. 13, 1690-1. Proved, March 31, 1691:--
19. Stephen,3, b. March 11, 1665; d. Oct. 1, 1667. 20. Hooker,3 (†) b. Aug. 24, 1668, m. Dorothy Wood, April 13, 1692. 21. Stephen,3 (†) b. Aug. 16, 1670, m. Hannah Blanchard, Oct. 4, 1699. 22. Joseph,3 (†) b. June 1, 1673, m. Mary Marble, May 8, 1700. 23. Mary,3 b. March 4, 1678; d. previous to 1691, and is not mentioned in her father's will.".
Samuel Blanchard +
1George Thomas Little, Henry Sweetser Burrage, and Albert Roscoe Stubbs, Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol. 1, p. 281 (1909).URL = http://books.google.com/books?id=LDryyTRj8tgC&pg=PA18&lpg=PA18&dq=%22Jabez+Fuller%22+%22Hannah+Pratt%22&source=bl&ots=TKpdS5pdNL&sig=dxHyLct4rgyZVe8abW49mVDUocE&hl=en&ei=l8gKTdShEYn0swPYwM32Cg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=4&ved=0CCAQ6AEwAw#v=onepage&q=%22Jabez%20Fuller%22%20%22Hannah%20Pratt%22&f=false.".
"(II) Samuel, son of Thomas Blanchard, was born in Hampshire, England, August 6, 1629, and died in Charlestown, Massachusetts, April 22, 1707. He came to New England at the age of ten, with his parents in the ship "Jonathan." He was a ptominent citizen of Charlestown and Malden, and of Andover, Massachusetts, whither he removed June 10, 1686. He was collector of Taxes and constable of Andover, and owned large tracts of land. He married, January 3, 1654-55, Mary Sweetser, who died February 20, 1668, daughter of Seth Sweetser of Charlestown. He married (second) June 24, 1673, Hannah Doggett, who died July 10, 1725, daughter of Thomas Doggett, of Marshfield, Massachusetts.
Children of first wife: 1. Jonathan, born May 25, 1764; resided in Andover; married May 26, 1685, Anna, daughter of John Lovejoy, of Andover; sons Jonathan, David, Jacob and Benjamin. 2. Joseph, resided in Andover.
Children of second wife; 3. Thomas (q. v.), born April 28, 1674. 4. John, mentioned below. 5. Hannah, married May 24, 1699, Stephen Osgood.
John Osgood +
1George Thomas Little, Henry Sweetser Burrage, and Albert Roscoe Stubbs, Genealogical and Family History of the State of Maine, Vol. 4, p. 1710 (1909).
"(I) John Osgood, born in Wherewell, Hampshire county, England, July 23, 1595, died in Andover, Massachusetts, October 24, 1654. He came from Andover, England and settled in Andover, Massachusetts, before 1645. He had been at Ipswich and Newbury before his settlement at Andover, John Osgood was one of the petitioners who had liberty to begin a plantation at Hampton in 1638. On a leaf in the town records a list is written in an ancient hand, without date, but probably when most of the settlers were living, and may be considered correct: :The names of all the householders in order as they came to town: Mr. Bradstreet, John Osgood, etc." So, John Osgood was the second settler in Andover. He was a freeman in 1639, one of the founders of the church in Andover, October, 1645, and the first representative of the town in the general court in 1651. His will was dated April 12, 1650, and probated November 25, 1651. He was married in England. His wife Sarah survived him more than fifteen years, and died April 8, 1667. Their children were: Sarah, John, Mary, Elizabeth, Stephen and Hannah. Abbott, in "The History of Andover," mentions two more, Christopher and Thomas.".