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About John Ogden
This John Ogden was one of the petitioners to King Charles II. for the
charter of Connecticut, and in 1674-5 was deputy Governor of the state.
He was instrumental in settling the dispute about the boundary line between
New York and Connecticut, and in many ways is shown to have been an important member of the Colony and in the confidence of the people. There
appears to be no record of his death, but the inventory of his estate was exhibited to the Probate Court at Fairfield, by his widow Judith, on Aug. 7, 1682
His descendants are numerous, and their record worthy of being preserved.
-------------------- John Ogden born Bradley Plain, Hampshire, England on Sept 3, 1600. Died bef. Aug 7, 1682, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA at about 81 years of age.
He was married twice.
1. Ann Richardson on May 4, 1627 daughter of Joseph Richardson in Bradley Plain, Hampshire, England.
2. Judith Budd on April 19, 1638 in Stamford, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA. She was born in 1622.
On December 13, 1640, English settlers from Lynn, Massachusetts purchased from the Indians, Aagwam, or Southampton, Long Island. Among the settlers were John Gosmer, John Woodruff, Henry Pierson, the Reverend Abraham Pierson and John Ogden.
March 31, 1650 John Ogden was elected freeman in Southampton.
William Paine, died 1654 in Southampton. Will inventoried by John Ogden, who had permission to settle 6 families in the area north of Southampton, now called North Haven
1663 August this 17th: "I John Ogden of Northampton on Long Island... in the bounds of Southampton..." Signed John Ogden Witness is JOHN OGDEN, JUNR. (From Southold Town Records - his bond.)
In a deposition made by Richard Webb, Nov.22, 1667, John Ogden is called son of John Budd.
ACW note: Judith's father John Budd 1 had purchased land in Rye from the Indians in 1661 and he moved there from Southold, keeping some of his Southold lands.
1672, Judith (Budd) Ogden presented the inventory of his (John Ogden's) estate to the Probate Court at Fairfield. [ Judith Budd was born ca. 1630 - 1640. Her father, John Budd 1 died in the "Township of Rye, County of Fairfield, Colony of Connecticut" between 1669-1673) ]
Judith (Budd) Ogden then married Francis Brown.
William S. Pelletreau and Frederick Haviland, Early Wills of Westchester County New York 1664-1784. p. 381 [This is John Budd 2- ACW] John Budd of RYE gives to Judith Browne, "the daughter of my honored father" and the heir of hers, Joseph Ogden a lot of land given by will of my father dated Oct. 15, 1669 on the east side of Ould Westchester Path and on..."
John Ogden's Timeline
September 3, 1600
Bradley Plain, Hampshire, England
May 4, 1627
April 19, 1638
April 19, 1655
Stamford, Fairfield, CT
August 7, 1682
Rye, Westchester County, New York