David Ogden1

#11313, (11 January 1639/40 - before 27 February 1691/92)
Relationship7th great-grandfather of William David Lewis
Father*John Ogden2 (1609 - 1682)
Mother*Jane Bond3 (s 1616 - a 1683)

Family

Elizabeth Swaine b. 1654, d. a 1706
Children 1. Capt. David Ogden Jr.+1 (c 1678 - 1734)
 2.Col. Josiah Ogden+6 (c 1679 - 1763)
Birth*11 January 1639/40He was born on 11 January 1639/40 at EnglandB.4 
circa 1640He accompanied John Ogden and Jane Bond circa 1640 from England to Long Island, New YorkB.5 
1665He removed with John Ogden and Jane Bond to Elizabeth Town, New Jersey, in 1665.5 
Marriage*circa 1676He married Elizabeth Swaine, daughter of Capt. Samuel Swaine and ____ _____, circa 1676.1 
Death*before 27 February 1691/92He died before 27 February 1691/92 at Newark, New Jersey.1 
ChartsAncestors of William D. Lewis (#1)
Ancestors of William D. Lewis (#2)

Citations

  1. [S1083] William Ogden Wheeler, The Ogden Family in America (Elizabethtown Branch) and Their English Ancestry (Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1897, 1907), 43-45.
  2. [S1083] William Ogden Wheeler, Ogden Family in America, 39–40.
  3. [S1083] William Ogden Wheeler, Ogden Family in America, 35, 36, 39. "Little is known concerning Jane Bond, the wife of John Ogden. She was the daughter of Jonathan Bond of England, and tradition says she was the sister of Robert Bond, an intimate associate of John Ogden, both in Southampton, L. I., and Elizabethtown, N. J."
  4. [S1083] William Ogden Wheeler, Ogden Family in America, 43-45, has 11 Jan 1639; based on his brother's birth date, this is Old Style.
  5. [S1083] William Ogden Wheeler, Ogden Family in America, 43.
  6. [S1083] William Ogden Wheeler, Ogden Family in America, 52-54. "Col. Josiah Ogden, the founder of Trinity Episcopal Church, died in 1763 at a ripe old age, and was buried in the old burying ground. Upon the breaking up of the latter, his tombstone was taken up and placed in the floor of the porch of the church, his brother David's being placed likewise on the opposite side. The inscription is as follows:
    "Here Lyes Interred
    ye body of
    Col. Josiah Ogden
    Who died May 17TH 1763
    In the 84TH year of his age."