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About Sarah Ogden (Whitehead)
From "The Ogden Family in America, Elizabethtown Branch, and Their English Ancestry: John Ogden, the Pilgrim, and His Descendants, 1640-1906," By William Ogden Wheeler, Published by Printed for private circulation by J.B. Lippincott company, 1907:
5. Joseph Ogden (John 1), b. Nov. 9, 1642 (?); d. before Jan. 15, 1690; m. ___ Sarah Whitehead, b. ___; d. ___; dau. of Isaac Whitehead.
Sarah (Whitehead) Ogden was dau. of Isaac Whitehead. She was appointed Jan. 15, 1690, administratrix of her husband Joseph Ogden's estate. She had four husbands. She is named on Dec. 31, 1702, as the widow of William Brown, of Elizabethtown. In the latter's will, dated Dec. 10, 1702, he makes bequests to his "sons-in-law" (step-sons) Joseph and Isaac Ogden, and gives a large share of his property to "my loving and dearly beloved wife Sarah." She next m. Francis Sayer, and upon his decease was appointed Nov. 6, 1708, administratrix of his estate. A receipt found among the "Burnet Papers" reads: "1705 Isaac Ogden son-in-law of Francis Sayer receives from Francis Sayer his share and portion of the estate of his father Joseph Ogden." The "Burnet Papers" also say that Sarah was wife of Azariah Crane, Mar. 3, 1720-1.
19. Joseph Ogden, 2d, b. ___; d. Jan. 1720; m. Joanna Baker.
20. Isaac Ogden, b. ___; d 1722; m. Mary ____.
Sarah Ogden's Timeline
January 3, 1656
New Haven, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Elizabeth, Essex, New Jersey, United States
New Jersey, United States
Elizabethtown, Essex, New Jersey, USA