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According to the 1895 Atlas for Pennsylvania, Osgood was a small village in Northwestern Mercer County with railroad service and an express office.

In fact, Osgood was the junction for three area rail lines - the Erie, Lake Shore & Michigan Southern, and the Bessemer 'Old Line.'

Landowners in and around Osgood, according to the 1873 Combination Atlas for Mercer County:  M. Williams, W. P. Harrison, Snodgrass, Ferguson, James Nesbitt, Alex Height and School No. 3.

Where the Lake Shore [railroad] crosses the Bessemer [railroad] is the little village of Osgood, and on the other side of the river, at the junction of the Lake Shore and Erie, is Amasa station.  

Twentieth Century History of Mercer County, 1909.




located in Sugar Grove Township

If you're looking for your ancestors in Osgood try the 1850 Census for Greene Township and the 1870 Census for Sugar Grove Twp 

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