Marshal Ogsbury https://www.guilderlandhistoricalsociety.org/apps/photos/ Marshal Ogsbury David Clayton Ogsbury Featured in the October edition of Frederick House News will be the story of Clayton Ogsbury, U.S. Marshal. https://www.guilderlandhistoricalsociety.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=138972484 138972484 "Clayton" Ogsbury We recently went in search of the gravestone of David Clayton Ogsbury, who was marshal in Silverton, CO. He is buried in Guilderland Cemetary. https://www.guilderlandhistoricalsociety.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=138972485 138972485 https://www.guilderlandhistoricalsociety.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=138972486 138972486 There's a new Marshal in town Mary Ellen Johnson captures David Clayton Ogsbury with her camera. https://www.guilderlandhistoricalsociety.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=138972487 138972487 Gamble Church at Osborn Corners c.1890 This is the church where David Clayton Ogsbury's funeral was held in 1881. The Guilderland Cemetary can be seen on the hill behind the church. https://www.guilderlandhistoricalsociety.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=139093505 139093505 Marshal's Badge of David Clayton Ogsbury David Clayton Ogsbury was from the Knowersville area. He went West and became the marshal of Silverton, Co. This emblem is engraved on his headstone. The actual badge resides in the Gregg Room at the Mynderse-Frederick House. https://www.guilderlandhistoricalsociety.org/apps/photos/photo?photoID=139093506 139093506