Descendants of William Douglas
From Stephentown Genealogy
The following information was sent by Linda Mesinar. This is a Douglas genealogy as it relates to her Osgood family. There are many pictures following the genealogy. Thanks to Linda for sending this to us. Should you have any questions, you can contact Linda Mesinar.
This line goes back to Deacon William Douglas and Annie Mattle, and the details of that can be found on Douglas Genealogy which is found elsewhere on this site. The line goes: Deacon William Douglas and Annie Mattle; their son Deacon William Douglas and Abiah Hough; their son Asa Douglas and wife Rebecca Wheeler; their son William, b. 1743 d. 1811, married Hannah Cole; their son William Douglas we start with here. I have found the Margaret who Linda has here as William's wife, was Margaret Hunter. William was first married to Miriam Pease. Both William and Miriam are known to be the first male and female children born in Stephentown.
Generation No. 1
1. WILLIAM1 DOUGLAS died December 12, 18211. He married MARGARET. She died November 11, 18331.
Notes for WILLIAM DOUGLAS: William and Margaret had 9 children. William was granted the land in Stephentown, then Jericho Hollow, by King George, the property was originally 1000 acres in MA.
Children of WILLIAM DOUGLAS and MARGARET are: 2. i. EMALINE AMELIA2 DOUGLAS, b. April 20, 1812, Rensselaer Co., NY; d. November 06, 1889. ii. BETSY C. DOUGLAS, d. March 12, 18231. iii. NANCY W. DOUGLAS, d. October 01, 18431. 3. iv. MIRIAM P. DOUGLAS. v. EDWIN A. DOUGLAS. vi. WILLIAM H. DOUGLAS, d. December 01, 18751. vii. ASA W. DOUGLAS. viii. ANDREW A. DOUGLAS, d. October 25, 18901.
Generation No. 2
2. EMALINE AMELIA2 DOUGLAS (WILLIAM1) was born April 20, 1812 in Rensselaer Co., NY, and died November 06, 18891. She married CAPT. RICHARD S. HUBBARD
Children of EMALINE DOUGLAS and RICHARD HUBBARD are: 4. i. HARRIET MARY3 HUBBARD, b. April 14, 1845, Tallahassee, FL; d. April 17, 1915. ii. MARGARET ISABEL HUBBARD, d. May 19181.
3. MIRIAM P.2 DOUGLAS (WILLIAM1) She married JOHN LEWIS.
Notes for MIRIAM P. DOUGLAS: According to the old genealogy papers attached to the legal papers for the ownership of "Douglas House", Miriam P. Douglas married John Lewis and had five sons. I do not have any dates regarding the births or deaths of these family members.
Children of MIRIAM DOUGLAS and JOHN LEWIS are: i. WILLIAM H. D.3 LEWIS. ii. JOHN E. LEWIS. iii. JAMES LEWIS. iv. OSCAR A. LEWIS. v. THEODORE LEWIS.
Generation No. 3
4. HARRIET MARY3 HUBBARD (EMALINE AMELIA2 DOUGLAS, WILLIAM1) was born April 14, 1845 in Tallahassee, FL, and died April 17, 19152. She married BRIG. GEN. HENRY BROWN OSGOOD, JR. June 10, 1869 in Philadelphia, PA3, son of HENRY BROWN OSGOOD and CATHERINE DANA. He was born October 09, 1843 in Portland, ME, and died March 12, 1909 in Stephentown, NY4.
Notes for HARRIET MARY HUBBARD: Harriet was affectionately known in the family as "Mummy Osgood". Is buried in Stephentown, NY We have several photo’s of Harriet and her family at the Douglas farm in Stephentown. Notes for BRIG. GEN. HENRY BROWN OSGOOD, JR.: Henry Brown Osgood was a Captain in the U. S. Army, 27th Maine, Company I, during the Civil War. In July of 1861 at the end of their term, the 27th Maine was asked for volunteers to stay to protect Washington from the Rebel forces and to wait the outcome of the battle of Gettysburg. Henry B. Osgood was one of 299 volunteers who stayed behind to protect Washington. For this they were awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor. Later, as told in the book “A Shower of Stars”, the, government, because of poor record keeping and a lack of communication, issued medals to the 'entire' 27th Maine - even to those who did not stay. So, in 1916 it was decided by the powers that be, that ALL Medals of Honor issued to the 27th Maine be recinded. They were, but, at this time most of the veterans had passed away and the families didn't even know about the order to recind their old hero's medals. I am glad Gen. Osgood didn’t know about this. I am on the hunt for our Grandfather's medal. Someone in the family surely must have it. Will continue when I have more. LAEM 7/2001. Note: Captain Osgood later went on to become Brig. General, U.S. Army. According to cousin Isabel Cogan Krebs, his medal was in the possession of Aunti Isabel who had been living in Germany for decades and passed away in Feb 1999, and has not heard if the executor has discovered the whereabouts of the medal as yet. We'll keep on the job of locating this precious medal. Henry Osgood was a 1867 graduate of West Point Military Academy. He was appointed to the academy by President Abraham Lincoln after the battle at Gettysburg . After graduation, he had a long and distinguished career in the U. S. Army. Gen. Osgood along with his wife Harriet are buried on the hillside cemetery overlooking Stephentown, near his wife’s family home (Douglas House), still owned and occupied by the family.
Marriage Notes for HARRIET HUBBARD and HENRY OSGOOD: Married by Rev. Thomas J. Brown.
More About HENRY OSGOOD and HARRIET HUBBARD: Marriage: June 10, 1869, Philadelphia, PA5
Children of HARRIET HUBBARD and HENRY OSGOOD are: 5. i. EDWIN PUTNAM4 OSGOOD, b. June 18, 1876, Utica, NY; d. April 20, 1962, Reno, NV. 6. ii. EMMA OSGOOD, b. August 21, 1871, Philadelphia, PA; d. Unknown. iii. CAPT. HENRY DOUGLAS OSGOOD, d. January 03, 1943, Bronx, NY6; m. SUSAN ROWE.
Notes for CAPT. HENRY DOUGLAS OSGOOD: "Captain Henry D. Osgood, Stephentown, Rensselaer County Director of Civilian Protection died yesterday at the Veterans Hospital in Bronx, where he was admitted a month ago. Captain Osgood was a veteran of the Spanish-American War and World War. As a youth he served with the First United States Cavalary in the Spanish War and was i the Army Engineer Corps in the latter conflict. After his discharge from the Spanish-American War, he attended, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and was graduated from the Boston institution. Later he was a sanitary engineer in the Phillipine Islands where he contracted illness which required his honrable discharge near the close of World War I. During World War I, he enlisted before the United States entered the war and was assigned to an Officers Training School and then to the Engineer's Corps. Discharged with the rand of Captain, he lived in retirement in Stephentown until May 21, 1942, when he was appointed to the Board of Supervisors to the post of County Director of Civilian Protection. He was a native of Stephentown and son of the late Brid.Gen. Henry Brown Osgood."
The late Catain Henry D. Osgood was a brother of E.P. Osgood of the Stillwater District whose son Henry there is named after him. Captain Osgood was long time friend of Judge Leroy French, formerly of this community, when they were together in Manila in the Philippines, and it was through the Judge that Captain Osgood came to the mining camp of Fairview in 1907 and later was a resident of this community when visiting his brother Edwin.
The above are word for word from a typed page given to me by Great Aunt Helen Osgood, (E.P.'s daughter - Henry D.'s niece)
Henry married Susan Rowe, no children.
iv. WINCHESTER OSGOOD, d. Died in the Spanish American War in Cuba. 7. v. HARRIET OSGOOD, b. September 29, 1871; d. April 08, 1940, England.
Generation No. 4
5. EDWIN PUTNAM4 OSGOOD (HARRIET MARY3 HUBBARD, EMALINE AMELIA2 DOUGLAS, WILLIAM1) was born June 18, 1876 in Utica, NY, and died April 20, 1962 in Reno, NV. He married ELIZABETH CLENDENIN November 07, 1901 in Galesburg, Ill7, daughter of PAUL CLENDENIN and SUSAN DUNN. She was born November 12, 1879 in Ninevah, NY, and died October 05, 1960 in Reno, NV.
Notes for EDWIN PUTNAM OSGOOD: Elizabeth and Edwin sailed for Siam (now Thailand) where he had been appointed chief sanitary and electrical engineer to his majesty King Chulalonkorn, who later figured in the book and movie "Anna and the King of Siam". Edwin graduated from MIT. He is a descendant of Gen. Isreal Putnam and Capt. James Osgood both of the Revolutionary War, and Gen. Henry Brown Osgood graduate of West Point and Civil War Veteran. (Linda Mesinar, 4-15-98)
E.P. 'Teddy' and Bessie were married by Bessie's Uncle, Rev. Charles W. Dunn in Grama Clendenin's home in Galesburg, Ill. as recorded in Bessie's 'Birthday Book'.
More About EDWIN PUTNAM OSGOOD: Burial: Fallon, NV
Notes for ELIZABETH CLENDENIN: Nickname was "Bessie", but Gr. Granpa called her Betty in some letters from him to her. After reading the letters in the book Diedra put together (one with red cover) I have decided that Gr. Grama was a wonderfully strong child and woman. Strong in body, soul and character... she was truly remarkable and has impressed me so much that I really regret not knowing her more. I have only a little remembrance of seeing her and Gr. Grandpa when they were very old (to me at age 5 1/2). I had never seen anyone of their age before and it scared me a little, I remember. They were very gentle and kind and I was quite comfortable after first meeting them. We also have photo's of this visit and it is on video now as well as I copied it off of my parents 8mm movie film. I believe it was at Aunti Helen's house where they too lived. I so wish I knew them when I was older. Well, thanks to Gr.Grama for saving so many old letters I do feel a little like I know them. The letters are full of information as to who they were and the lives they led. What a hard time Grama and Gr. Aunt Helen had when growing up. So many of the wonderful women who were a part of their lives passed away so young. These letters are a wonderful treasure for us to have, and I hope with all my heart my girls will love this history as much as I. We have it so much easier now-a-days. The hardships our ancestors lived with, not that they knew any different - but nevertheless it was still a hard life for them, were incredible. I think the one I think of the most and causes me so much sorrow (for them) was the lack of modern medicine. So many suffered so young and died so young. We take so much for granted. I look around and see all the wonderfull conveniences we have and after reading those letters I really know how fortunate I am and should appreciate it a lot more! Bessie was very beautiful, even as a baby and young child. She had very thick curly hair and I'm told it was redish. In fact my Mother gave me a locket when I married Doug, Jennifer's dad,(I wore it on my wedding day) it is a little gold square locket with an "E" on one side and a small turquoise stone on the other. This was given to her when she was a baby from Gr. Grama and inside is a lock of Gr. Gramas red hair. I have this locket and treasure it dearly. It has little dents on it, Mom said she made these when she was teething. She must have worn the locket when little. Linda A. Early Mesinar 1/30/2001
More About ELIZABETH CLENDENIN: Burial: Fallon, NV
Marriage Notes for EDWIN OSGOOD and ELIZABETH CLENDENIN: Bessie and Teddie were married in Galesburg, Ill by Bessie's Uncle Rev. Charles W. Dunn in Grama Clendenin's home.
More About EDWIN OSGOOD and ELIZABETH CLENDENIN: Marriage: November 07, 1901, Galesburg, Ill7
Children of EDWIN OSGOOD and ELIZABETH CLENDENIN are: i. PUTNAM CLENDENIN5 OSGOOD, b. March 15, 1903, Bangkok, Siam8; d. March 19, 1903, Bangkok, Siam8. ii. HENRY DOUGLAS OSGOOD, b. November 02, 1904, Bangkok, Siam8; d. Unknown. iii. PAUL RAMSAY OSGOOD, b. December 06, 1907, Fallon, NV8; d. Unknown. 8. iv. EMMA ELIZABETH OSGOOD, b. January 25, 1911, Fallon, NV; d. July 1996, Reno, NV. v. EDWIN PUTNAM OSGOOD, JR, b. July 08, 1912, Fallon, NV8; m. VIVIAN. vi. HELEN HUBBARD OSGOOD, b. August 18, 1914, Fallon, NV8.
6. EMMA4 OSGOOD (HARRIET MARY3 HUBBARD, EMALINE AMELIA2 DOUGLAS, WILLIAM1) was born August 21, 1871 in Philadelphia, PA9, and died Unknown. She married BERNARD COGAN 1901 in Philippines9.
Notes for EMMA OSGOOD: Emma was E.P.'s sister and was known by all as Kemmie. My Grandmother Emma Elizabeth Osgood, daughter of E.P. and Elizabeth "Bessie" Osgood, was named for Emma "Kemmie", in fact her nickname was "Kemma" which she was known by all her life.
More About BERNARD COGAN and EMMA OSGOOD: Marriage: 1901, Philippines9
Children of EMMA OSGOOD and BERNARD COGAN are: 9. i. EDWIN OSGOOD5 COGAN, b. November 04, 1903, Manila, Philippine Islands; d. October 30, 1983, Pittsfield, MA. ii. ISABEL COGAN, b. November 05, 1905, Manila, Philippines; d. February 1999, Hamburg, Germany.
7. HARRIET4 OSGOOD (HARRIET MARY3 HUBBARD, EMALINE AMELIA2 DOUGLAS, WILLIAM1) was born September 29, 187110, and died April 08, 1940 in England10. She married (1) PAUL CLENDENIN. She married (2) BASIL TAYLOUR. He died 1937. She married (3) DR. PAUL CLENDENIN November 19, 189610, son of DAVID CLENDENIN and SOPHIA FORD. He was born February 11, 1860 in Lyndon, Whiteside Co., Ill (perLDS:Lebannon,StClair,Il)11, and died July 04, 1899 in Santiago, Cuba.
More About HARRIET OSGOOD: Fact 1: Sister of E.P. Osgood, who later married Bessie
Notes for PAUL CLENDENIN: See Paul Clendenin original page, Husband of Susie Dunn, father of Elizabeth and Helen. Paul is here because Harriet is in this program twice. Once as E.P. Osgoods sister and then the wife of Paul Clendenin.
Notes for DR. PAUL CLENDENIN: Paul was born in Lyndon, Witeside County, ILL and after the war of the Rebelion the family settled in Oneida, ILL. In some of the earlier letters from Paul to his mother he writes about his job selling books. I'm not sure what kind but he sold these books door-to-door or should I say farm-to-farm as it was a rural area. His letter was written from Victoria, not far from Galesburg, both in Knox County. He walked, or 'tramped' as he said, and had some strange experiences as noted in his letters home. After Paul and Susie married they lived a long while in Washington DC. Paul was a clerk for the Treasury Department, Bureau of Statistics. We have two addresses where they lived and am anxious to see if these homes still exist. (per Deedra 5/2001- on a trip to Washington some years back she did see a couple of these homes and photographed them, she'll try and get me copies.) Some of the letters are quite interesting, telling of how Paul went to pay his respects to Mrs. Hayes (the first lady) and another time he pays his respects to both President and Mrs. Hayes and how Sec'y Sherman made the comment on their meeting, at that time, " Oh, Clendenin - a fine Scotish name!" Sec'y Sherman maybe Gen. Sherman? I'll do a little research and see if perhaps he was the Sec'y of Defense... that would be my guess anyway. There was some mention of Paul taking medical classes while in Washington. He did become a Dr and then a surgeon in the U.S. Army. After Susan's death he married Daisey Brownson and they had Dorothea, at age 21 Daisey died. Paul then married Harriet Osgood, a sister of Edwin P. Osgood. E.P. later married Pauls daughter Elizabeth Clendenin. Making Harriet, Bessies Step-Mother and Sister-in-Law. We have a treasure of letters kept by Gr. Grama Bessie. There are many from Susie to her mother and to Pauls mother. These letters are full of information as to where they lived what they did and how the children were. He was posted in Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, Washington state, California, Sault Ste Marie Michigan and his final post was in Cuba where he died of yellow fever. His daugters did not live with him during his early years of the service, circa 1899. We have many letters to him and his mother and father who were with him on the posts, from Bessie and her Aunt Emma. Paul was very good about keeping in contact with his daughters and according to Emma's letters, very good about sending money for their care. Bessie and Helen lived, after their mother's death, with their Aunt Emma (Susies sister) in Colorado, then Burlington, Iowa where they attended school and we have a photograph of their class. They joined their father in S.Ste.Marie, Michigan with his then wife Daisey and their new little sister Dorothea.
More About DR. PAUL CLENDENIN: Education: Oneida, ILL public school Graduation: Unknown, Columbia Medical College Military service: 1866, Lt., Assistant Surgeon U.S. Army
More About PAUL CLENDENIN and HARRIET OSGOOD: Marriage: November 19, 189612
Children of HARRIET OSGOOD and PAUL CLENDENIN are: i. CATHERINE5 CLENDENIN.
Notes for CATHERINE CLENDENIN: Catherine died at a very early age.
ii. PAUL DANA CLENDENIN.
Children of HARRIET OSGOOD and BASIL TAYLOUR are: 10. iii. RICHARD5 TAYLOUR, b. 1904; d. 1969. iv. DOUGLAS TAYLOUR, b. 1905; d. 196613.
Notes for DOUGLAS TAYLOUR: In a letter from Douglas' half brother Paul Dana Clendenin he writes: Douglas, 6 years my junior got out of Greece and joined the Royal Engineers to serve on the Tehran road maintenance until the end of the war. He was killed in an accident with his tractor in Ireland in 1960.
v. EDWARD WINCHESTER TOLLEMACHE TAYLOUR, b. 191513; d. September 13, 1942.
Notes for EDWARD WINCHESTER TOLLEMACHE TAYLOUR: In a letter from Paul Dana Clendenin, he writes that his youngest half brother died in action in 1942. This must be who he was writing about. There is more in the letter and if I can verify this is correct, I will add the rest of the details. LAEM 5-2001
vi. MARY BEATRIX KENLIS TAYLOUR, b. 190614; d. 195715.
Children of HARRIET OSGOOD and PAUL CLENDENIN are: vii. PAUL DANA5 CLENDENIN, b. August 19, 189916; d. Unknown; m. ELAINE SPEAR. viii. CATHERINE CLENDENIN, b. Abt. May 06, 189817.
Generation No. 5
8. EMMA ELIZABETH5 OSGOOD (EDWIN PUTNAM4, HARRIET MARY3 HUBBARD, EMALINE AMELIA2 DOUGLAS, WILLIAM1) was born January 25, 1911 in Fallon, NV, and died July 1996 in Reno, NV. She married (1) LESLIE WALTER KOLSTRUP June 29, 1929 in Stillwater, NV, son of PAUL KOLSTRUP and ANNIE HUNTINGTON. He was born July 20, 1896 in Chinook, WA, and died July 19, 1945 in Reno, NV. She married (2) WILLIAM H. LOWE December 02, 1951 in Fallon, NV. He was born December 31, 1915 in Earlsville, IA, and died February 28, 1985 in Tonopah, NV.
Notes for EMMA ELIZABETH OSGOOD: I have many treasured memories of my Grandmother Kemma. She was a strong woman, in spirit and body. She loved Nevada and shared her knowledge with anyone who was interested and her passion for the land was contagious. She and Grampa Bill were amature archealogists and in their decades of research in the Nevada hills and deserts kept excellent records of their finds. They even had an opportunity to work with the Museum of Natural History on a couple of sites.
More About EMMA ELIZABETH OSGOOD: Cremation: Ashes spread at Mud Lake, NV
Notes for LESLIE WALTER KOLSTRUP: Leslie Kolstrup died as a result of a farming accident.
More About LESLIE WALTER KOLSTRUP: Burial: Fallon, NV Military service: July 13, 1917, US Army, Honorable Discharge March 14, 1919
More About LESLIE KOLSTRUP and EMMA OSGOOD: Death of one spouse: June 19, 1945, Reno, NV Marriage: June 29, 1929, Stillwater, NV
More About WILLIAM LOWE and EMMA OSGOOD: Marriage: December 02, 1951, Fallon, NV
Children of EMMA OSGOOD and LESLIE KOLSTRUP are: 11. i. GARY OSGOOD6 KOLSTRUP, b. November 30, 1935, Fallon, NV; d. October 17, 1982. 12. ii. HELEN CALISTA KOLSTRUP, b., Fallon, NV.
9. EDWIN OSGOOD5 COGAN (EMMA4 OSGOOD, HARRIET MARY3 HUBBARD, EMALINE AMELIA2 DOUGLAS, WILLIAM1) was born 1903 in Manila, Philippine Islands18, and died October 30, 1983 in Pittsfield, MA. He married HELEN OLGA AUBREY October 20, 1932 in Manila, P.I..
More About EDWIN COGAN and HELEN AUBREY: Marriage: October 20, 1932, Manila, P.I.
Child of EDWIN COGAN and HELEN AUBREY is: 13. i. ISABEL JOAN6 COGAN, b., Davao, Mindanao, Philippine Islands.
10. RICHARD5 TAYLOUR (HARRIET4 OSGOOD, HARRIET MARY3 HUBBARD, EMALINE AMELIA2 DOUGLAS, WILLIAM1) was born 1904, and died 196919.
Notes for RICHARD TAYLOUR: In a letter from Paul Dana (Richard's half brother) he says the following: My next half brother Richard, five years my junior had been in the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve, inherited Ardgillan Castle in Ireland in 1939 and was chucked out as could more for the country farming Ardgillan for food! He was a bit upset but it as least saved him and family from a Japanese prison camp.
Children of RICHARD TAYLOUR are: i. JEREMY6 TAYLOUR. ii. TERENCE TAYLOUR.
Generation No. 6
11. GARY OSGOOD6 KOLSTRUP (EMMA ELIZABETH5 OSGOOD, EDWIN PUTNAM4, HARRIET MARY3 HUBBARD, EMALINE AMELIA2 DOUGLAS, WILLIAM1) was born 1935 in Fallon, NV, and died October 17, 1982. He married MARYETTA LINDA BALDRIDGE February 07, 1963 in Tonopah, NV. She was born in Jena, LA.
Notes for GARY OSGOOD KOLSTRUP: Gary Kolstrup died in 1982 of liver cancer.
More About GARY KOLSTRUP and MARYETTA BALDRIDGE: Marriage: February 07, 1963, Tonopah, NV
Children of GARY KOLSTRUP and MARYETTA BALDRIDGE are: 14. i. DEANNA DAWN7 KOLSTRUP, , Reno, NV. ii. ROLLIE JAY KOLSTRUP, b., Reno, NV; m. RAINA, January 01, 2002.
More About ROLLIE KOLSTRUP and RAINA: Marriage: January 01, 2002
15. iii. LAWRENCE WILLIAM KOLSTRUP, b., Reno, NV.
12. HELEN CALISTA6 KOLSTRUP (EMMA ELIZABETH5 OSGOOD, EDWIN PUTNAM4, HARRIET MARY3 HUBBARD, EMALINE AMELIA2 DOUGLAS, WILLIAM1) was born in Fallon, NV. She married (1) ROBERT YTURIAGA. She married (2) CHARLES ALVIN EARLY, JR August 24, 1951 in Lone Pine, CA, son of CHARLES EARLY and MYRTLE FITCHETT. He was born in Yerington, NV.
Notes for HELEN CALISTA KOLSTRUP: Helen has always gone by her middle name of Calista. She was named for her GGG-Aunt Chloe Calista Ford Barnett. While she was in high school though her friends called her 'Cal'. More About HELEN CALISTA KOLSTRUP: Namesake: Great Aunt Cloe Calista Ford Barnett
More About CHARLES EARLY and HELEN KOLSTRUP: Divorce: 1971, Las Vegas, NV Marriage: August 24, 1951, Lone Pine, CA
Child of HELEN KOLSTRUP and ROBERT YTURIAGA is: 16. i. LESLIE KAY7 YTURIAGA, b., Reno, NV.
Children of HELEN KOLSTRUP and CHARLES EARLY are: 17. ii. LINDA ANNETTE7 EARLY, b1952, Honolulu, HI. iii. STEVEN MICHAEL EARLY,
13. ISABEL JOAN6 COGAN (EDWIN OSGOOD5, EMMA4 OSGOOD, HARRIET MARY3 HUBBARD, EMALINE AMELIA2 DOUGLAS, WILLIAM1) was born in Davao, Mindanao, Philippine Islands. She married NEIL KREBS.
Child of ISABEL COGAN and NEIL KREBS is: i. JOHN7 KREBS.
Generation No. 7
14. DEANNA DAWN7 KOLSTRUP (GARY OSGOOD6, EMMA ELIZABETH5 OSGOOD, EDWIN PUTNAM4, HARRIET MARY3 HUBBARD, EMALINE AMELIA2 DOUGLAS, WILLIAM1) was born in Reno, NV.
Children of DEANNA DAWN KOLSTRUP are: i. DHARMA8 KOLSTRUP. ii. SHANTI KOLSTRUP. iii. TAWNI KOLSTRUP. iv. RANI KOLSTRUP.
15. LAWRENCE WILLIAM7 KOLSTRUP (GARY OSGOOD6, EMMA ELIZABETH5 OSGOOD, EDWIN PUTNAM4, HARRIET MARY3 HUBBARD, EMALINE AMELIA2 DOUGLAS, WILLIAM1) was born in Reno, NV. He married TERRI 2003.
More About LAWRENCE KOLSTRUP and TERRI: Marriage: May 24, 2003
Child of LAWRENCE KOLSTRUP and TERRI is: i. LARYSSA8 KOLSTRUP.
16. LESLIE KAY7 YTURIAGA (HELEN CALISTA6 KOLSTRUP, EMMA ELIZABETH5 OSGOOD, EDWIN PUTNAM4, HARRIET MARY3 HUBBARD, EMALINE AMELIA2 DOUGLAS, WILLIAM1) was born in Reno, NV. She met (1) NORMAN SIMPSON. She married (2) WALTER MARION HOLLAWAY, JR December 16, 1966 in Las Vegas, NV. He was born in Las Vegas, NV. She married (3) GARY LEE MCEWIN 1996.
Child of LESLIE YTURIAGA and NORMAN SIMPSON is: 18. i. JILL RENEE8 SIMPSON
Child of LESLIE YTURIAGA and WALTER HOLLAWAY is: 19. ii. JACK ROBERT8 HOLLAWAY
17. LINDA ANNETTE7 EARLY (HELEN CALISTA6 KOLSTRUP, EMMA ELIZABETH5 OSGOOD, EDWIN PUTNAM4, HARRIET MARY3 HUBBARD, EMALINE AMELIA2 DOUGLAS, WILLIAM1) was born in Honolulu, HI. She met (1) SCOT BONNER COLLIS ADAMS 1967 in Las Vegas, NV, son of BONNER ADAMS and ELIZABETH STEVENS. She married (2) DOUGLAS KIRK MILLER January 28, 1977 in Las Vegas, NV, son of CARROLL MILLER and DOROTHY DILLIHUNT. He was born in Las Vegas, NV. She married (3) DAVID MICHAEL MESINAR, SR June 18, 1983 in Las Vegas, NV, son of WALTER MESINAR and ROSE COHEN More About LINDA ANNETTE EARLY:
More About DOUGLAS MILLER and LINDA EARLY: Divorce: 1982 Marriage: January 28, 1977, Las Vegas, NV
More About DAVID MESINAR and LINDA EARLY: Marriage: June 18, 1983, Las Vegas, NV
Child of LINDA EARLY and SCOT ADAMS is: 20. i. AMY LYNN8 STONE, b.,
Child of LINDA EARLY and DOUGLAS MILLER is: 21. ii. JENNIFER LYNN8 MILLER, , Las Vegas, NV.
Generation No. 8
18. JILL RENEE8 SIMPSON (LESLIE KAY7 YTURIAGA, HELEN CALISTA6 KOLSTRUP, EMMA ELIZABETH5 OSGOOD, EDWIN PUTNAM4, HARRIET MARY3 HUBBARD, EMALINE AMELIA2 DOUGLAS, WILLIAM1 She married (1) DARRYLL RAY TIDWELL December 19, 1987 in Yucaipa, CA. She married (2) JESSE WILLIAM SANDERS September 17, 1991 in Redlands, CA. She married (3) MICHAEL JOSEPH HAGER July 18, 1998 in Wadsworth, NV.
More About DARRYLL TIDWELL and JILL SIMPSON: Marriage: December 19, 1987, Yucaipa, CA
More About JESSE SANDERS and JILL SIMPSON: Marriage: September 17, 1991, Redlands, CA
More About MICHAEL HAGER and JILL SIMPSON: Marriage: 1998, Wadsworth, NV
Children of JILL SIMPSON and DARRYLL TIDWELL are: i. NICHOLAS RAY9 TIDWELL, ii. CHRISTOPHER TIDWELL, b. 1989; d. June 25, 1989.
Child of JILL SIMPSON and JESSE SANDERS is: iii. JESSE KEITH WILLIAM9 SANDERS III,
19. JACK ROBERT8 HOLLAWAY (LESLIE KAY7 YTURIAGA, HELEN CALISTA6 KOLSTRUP, EMMA ELIZABETH5 OSGOOD, EDWIN PUTNAM4, HARRIET MARY3 HUBBARD, EMALINE AMELIA2 DOUGLAS, WILLIAM1) was born 1968. He married ROXANNA MARIE THOME September 24, 1988 in Henderson, NV.
More About JACK HOLLAWAY and ROXANNA THOME: Marriage: September 24, 1988, Henderson, NV
Child of JACK HOLLAWAY and ROXANNA THOME is: i. JACK ROBERT HOLLAWAY9 JR., , Henderson, NV.
20. AMY LYNN8 STONE (LINDA ANNETTE7 EARLY, HELEN CALISTA6 KOLSTRUP, EMMA ELIZABETH5 OSGOOD, EDWIN PUTNAM4, HARRIET MARY3 HUBBARD, EMALINE AMELIA2 DOUGLAS, WILLIAM1) was born 1970. She married DAVID LEROY GILBERT, JR June 04, 1985 in Las Vegas, NV, son of DAVID GILBERT and FRANCES RAY. He was born in California.
More About DAVID GILBERT and AMY STONE: Divorce: 1996, Las Vegas, NV Marriage: June 04, 1985, Las Vegas, NV
Child of AMY STONE and DAVID GILBERT is: i. SHELBY LYNN9 GILBERT,
21. JENNIFER LYNN8 MILLER (LINDA ANNETTE7 EARLY, HELEN CALISTA6 KOLSTRUP, EMMA ELIZABETH5 OSGOOD, EDWIN PUTNAM4, HARRIET MARY3 HUBBARD, EMALINE AMELIA2 DOUGLAS, WILLIAM1) was born in Las Vegas, NV. She married (1) MICHAEL ADRIENNE MEANS December 30, 1998 in Las Vegas, NV. He was born in Las Vegas, NV. She married (2) MICHAEL HEFNER December 07, 2002 in Las Vegas, NV.
Child of JENNIFER MILLER and MICHAEL MEANS is: i. BAYLEE LYNN CLENDENIN9 MEANS, b., Las Vegas, NV.
Child of JENNIFER MILLER and MICHAEL HEFNER is: ii. BRENDEN MICHAEL9 HEFNER, b.
1. Old family Genealogy, Douglas House legal papers. 2. Old family Genealogy, Douglas House legal Papers. 3. Marriage Certificate, Philadelphia, PA City Hall. 4. Declaration for Widow's Pension. 5. Marriage Certificate, Philadelphia, PA City Hall. 6. Troy Record, N.Y. (Publication), Obituary. 7. Elizabeth Clendenin Osgood's "Birthday Book". 8. Patterson - Andrews-Clendenin Geneaology Tables of Elizabeth Clendenin Osgood.. 9. Dates etc. from his daughter Isabel Cogan Krebs. 10. Patterson - Andrews-Clendenin Geneaology Tables of Elizabeth Clendenin Osgood.. 11. Paul's obituary stating the same place of birth. 12. Patterson - Andrews-Clendenin Geneaology Tables of Elizabeth Clendenin Osgood.. 13. Per Jocelyn Hartland-Swann. 14. Kenlis' son, in a letter August 2002 15. Per Jocelyn Hartland-Swann. 16. Elizabeth Clendenin Osgood's "Birthday Book". 17. Patterson - Andrews-Clendenin Geneaology Tables of Elizabeth Clendenin Osgood.. 18. Dates etc. from his daughter Isabel Cogan Krebs. 19. Per Jocelyn Hartland-Swann. Below are many wonderful pictures sent by Linda Mesinar from her personal collection. They will span over 100 years, and focus on the Douglas Homestead in Stephentown.
Douglas Farm in Stephentown about 1898. During the period of time that the homestead was owned by Harriet Hubbard Osgood and General Osgood, and their children, it was referred to as "Snug Harbor" in the letters and pictures that Linda has. It was changed back to "Douglas House" and the farm "Glen Douglas" by the current owners in honor of the founders. It has remained in the family since 1765. It was an original grant from King George of England to William Douglas in 1765 of 1000 acres, originally all in Massachusetts. Now it is only 450 acres and part is in Massachusetts and part in New York.
Douglas Home, "Snug Harbor" in 1898
Harriet Mary Hubbard (left) on the front porch of the Douglas House in the late 1800's. On right, Gen. Henry Brown Osgood on the porch of the Douglas House, about 1897. Harriet was the daughter of Captain Richard S. Hubbard and Emaline Douglas, hence the continuation of the douglas line and ownership of the farm in Stephentown.
General Henry B. Osgood with wife, Harriet Hubbard Osgood, their daughter Harriet and her husband, Paul McClendenin and unknown man.
Edwin Putnam Osgood (on left) (Linda's great grandfather), and Henry D. Osgood (on right)were the sons of General Henry Brown Osgood and Harriet Mary Hubbard.
Edwin Putnam Osgood, Emma "Kemmie" Osgood, and Henry Douglas Osgood, all children of General Henry Brown Osgood and Harriet Mary Hubbard.
Harriet Hubbard Osgood (right), daughters Harriet (center) and Kemmie (left). Daughter Harriet married Paul Clendenin.
Paul Clendenin (on left) going for a swin, possibly in the Kinderhook Creek, Stephentown. In picture on right, Harriet Osgood Clendenin poses with a Shaker man at Hancock, Mass. both photos circa 1897.
Harriet O. Clendenin on Douglas property. Linda states that it looks like one of the old colonial road paths. The modern day photo on the right looks like it could have been taken in the same place.
Edwin Putnam aka: "Teddy" or "E.P." Osgood and Elizabeth "Bessie" Clendenin courted in 1899 at the Douglas Farm. They were married for 60 years and had 5 children. Elizabeth was the daughter of Paul Clendenin and his first wife, Susan Dunn. After Susan's death, he married twice more, last to Harriet Osgood. Harriet's brother, Edwin Putnam "Teddy" married the grown daughter of Paul and Susan Clendenin, Elizabeth "Bessie" in 1901. Photo on right was obviously taken in later years. Teddy died in 1962 and Bessie died in 1960.
On the back of this photo it just says "Hancock, Mass." Wonderful picture of a turn of the century picnic, Victorian style.
Haying on the Douglas Farm and surveying the property in a horse and buggy.
This was taken inside a barn on the Douglas property.
Edwin Osgood Cogan b. 1903 d. 1983, was the son of Emma Elizabeth Osgood and Bernard Cogan; Emma Elizabeth was the daughter of Edwin Putnam Osgood.
Our generous contributor, Linda Mesinar and her second cousin, Isabel Cogan Krebs, daughter of Edwin Osgood Cogan, pictured above. Isabel's line goes: Edwin Osgood Cogan & Helen Aubrey, Emma "Kemmie" Osgood & Bernard Cogan, Harriet Mary Hubbard, Emeline Amelia Douglas, William Douglas. Linda's line goes: Helen Calista Kolstrup, Emma Elizabeth Osgood, Edwin Putnam Osgood, Harriet Mary Hubbard, Emeline Amelia Douglas, William Douglas.
On the left is Linda's husband David with Isabel Cogan Krebs; on the right is Linda with Isabel's husband, Neil, taken in the barn on the Douglas property. On the left is the red barn, which is located on the property and on left, the present day Douglas Home from the back, with the red barn in the background. The barn is original from 1825.
The Douglas Pond
The Douglas Home, from the front, as it appears today. Linda says, " On this property, originally was a log cabin built on the cellar that still exists. The log cabin burned down, then the single story colonial was built. Then a second story was added to it and in the 1960's, there was another fire, although it didn't burn down, the damage was sufficient enough to have to have the home torn down. The next home - a ranch style was built and then the current residents Isabel Cogan Krebs & Neil Krebs added a second story and restored the colonial look." NEW Linda Mesinar let me know that there was going to be an Osgood/Douglas reunion during the week of October 9, 2006 and as good fortune would have it, my husband and I had planned to be in the Stephentown area during the same time. Linda graciously invited us to attend a tour of the property, and it turned into so much more. We met so many nice people and were treated as though we were family. It was a wonderful experience and so nice to see the descendents of some of the first settlers of Stephentown, continue to appreciate their ancestors and celebrate their contributions.
Thank you Linda, Isabel, Emma and everyone else we met for the warmth with which we were greeted.
Linda took us on a tour of the cellar, which is mentioned above and that was very interesting, especially knowing that it was original to the property. The current home is beautiful and filled with family mementos. The colonial feel to the house reminded me of my years of living in the area. Family pride abounds in this home.
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