Elizabeth Swaine1

#11314, (24 April 1654 - after January 1706)
Relationship7th great-grandmother of William David Lewis
Father*Capt. Samuel Swaine2 (bt 1610 - 1624 - 1682)
Mother*____ _____

Family 1

Josiah Ward b. s 1642
Child 1.Samuel Ward4 (c 1669 - 1759)

Family 2

David Ogden b. 1639/40, d. b 1691/92
Children 1. Capt. David Ogden Jr.+1 (c 1678 - 1734)
 2.Col. Josiah Ogden+5 (c 1679 - 1763)
Her married name was Ward.3 
Her married name was Ogden.1 
Birth*24 April 1654She was born on 24 April 1654.1 
Marriage*circa 1667She married Josiah Ward, son of George Ward and ____ _____, circa 1667 at Newark, New Jersey.3 
Marriage*circa 1676She married David Ogden, son of John Ogden and Jane Bond, circa 1676.1 
Death*after January 1706She died after January 1706.1 
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, 43-45, Elizabeth (Swaine) Ward, dau. of Capt. Samuel Swaine and Johannah Ward, widow of Josiah Ward.
  3. [S165] James Savage, A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, four volumes (Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 1860-1862), IV:235: "SWAIN, SWAYNE, or SWAINE, sometimes SWEYEN...SAMUEL, Branford, elder br. of Daniel, b. in Eng....Who his w. was, is not kn. but he had some ch. as Eliz. wh. m. Josiah Ward, and next David Ogden; and Mary, b. 1 May 1649, both bapt. at New Haven, 1 June 1651, of wh. Mary d. at 6 yrs.; Phebe, b. 24 May 1654; Mary, again, 12 June 1656 ; Christian, 25 Apr. 1659, wh. m. Nathaniel Ward; Sarah, 7 Oct. 1661; and perhaps more bef. or aft. rem.". Hereinafter cited as First Settlers of New England.
  4. [S928] William H Shaw, compiler, History of Essex and Hudson Counties, New Jersey (Philadelphia: Everts & Peck, 1884), 367–368, "Josiah Ward, son of Geo. Ward, of Branford, and bro. of John, the Dish Turner, m. Elizabeth Swaine, traditionally the first on shore at the landing of the pilgrims on the Passaic. He d. soon, leaving one son, Samuel. His wid. m. David Ogden. Samuel d. 26th Feb., 1759, a. 90; w. n. ch. Ebenezer, John, dec., Eliz. Hinman, Tamar Muosen, Ann Davis and Jemima Higgins, and g.s., Uzal. He had also Samuel and Josiah. Samuel, jun., d. 18th Aug., 1742 a. 38 w. n. ch., Uzal and Jemima. Ebenezer d. 5th Nov., 1799, a. 80."
  5. [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."