Jerusha Osborn by Trust To Edmund P. Clark 94-10
Bradner J. Blake
Edmund P. Clark
Bradner J. Blake, as Trustee Representative of Mrs. Jeresha [sic] Osborne, wife of Henry Osborne, of Livonia, Livingston County and State of New York, of the first part, and Edmund P. Clark of the same place of the second part...
....part of lot number Eight in said Town and bounded as follows: Beginning as the north-west corner of said Lot....by land formerly owned John Adams now deceased to contain three and one fourth acres of land, Excepting and always above described premacees [sic] as contracted and sold by E. Darwin Gibbs to Flord Baley [sic, probably Floyd Bailey*], be the same more or less,
The premacees [sic] hereby conveyed is the same premacees [sic] conveyed by E. Darwin Gibs [sic] and wife to Bradner J. Blake as trustee of Jerusha Osborne by deed bearing date March 1st 1866.
Apparently Jerusha Osborne needed a trustee as early as March 1, 1866. The 1880 census alluded to a problem in the Osborne household.
*Floyd Bailey was in Livingston County, New York, per this source:
3. eliza, b. 25 jan. 1803; d. in livonia, livingston co., n. y., 28 nov. 1876; m. 12 oct. 1822 floyd bailey, b. in putnam valley, n. y., d. in livonia 21 july 1865, the son of gilbert and sarah (field) bailey.