Sewall Mason Osgood: b. Mar. 2, 1807, Henderson, N.Y.; d. July 9, 1875, Chicago, Ill.; m. 1) Elhira Brown ( ? , Verona, N.Y.-Oct. 5, 1837, Maulmein, Burma), 2) widow S. M. Willsey (Dec. 6, 1814, Fairfield, N.Y.-July 13, 1849, Wyoming, N.Y.), July 19, 1838, Maulmein, Burma; church clerk, Watertown, N.Y., ; ord. May 10, 1836, Maulmein, Burma; ord. 1855, Eleventh Baptist, Phila. “In 1860 he was appointed district secretary for the West, with his residence at Chicago. This was his work until his death,—a period of fifteen most laborious and useful years. He was a man greatly beloved in all relations, a devout Christian”—Cathcart’s Baptist Encyclopedia.
Excerpt from Ministers of the Philadelphia Baptist Association, 1707-1872. Today's the last day to get in on the special offer of FREE SHIPPING on all US orders.
The picture is of Burmah during the time of Sewall Osgood.