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Seymour Tyler, D.D., LL.D., b. Sept. 10, 1810; d. Nov. 19, 1897.
Dr. Tyler was connected with Amherst College.
They had 5 children.

881. Elizabeth Platt Ogden (Robert 310 , Robert 83 , Robert 16 , Jona-
than 4 , John 1 ), b. Aug. 10, 1773; d. June 10, 1807; m. May 13, 1802, Col.
Joseph Jackson, b. Mar. 8, 1774; d. Jan. 28, 1855 ; son of Stephen Jackson
and Mary Burwell, his wife.

Col. Joseph Jackson was born in a log house on the north bank of the Rockaway
River, in Morris Co., N. J., about a mile above the present village of Rockaway. He was
educated at the Morris Academy, where he specially studied French and surveying.

There were but five houses in Rockaway at his birth, but by the establishment of various
industries he became known as the founder of Rockaway village. He owned and operated
the Rockaway grist-mill, saw-mill, a store, and two forges, beside other business enterprises.
He was especially active in the mining and manufacture of iron, and entered a part-
nership with his brother William Jackson, in operating a rolling mill at Paterson, N. J.,
and when the Government advertised, in 1820, for a sample 5-ton lot of round iron for the
navy yard at Washington, the sample submitted by Jackson Brothers was accorded the
best, and a contract was made with them for 200 tons. They were the first manufacturers
in the U. S. to make rolled round iron.

Col. Jackson was the means, Nov. 1796, of getting a post-office established at Rock-
away village, and was acting postmaster until removed by Pres. Tyler in 1843. Feb. 26,
i8oi,he was made Major of 1st Battalion, 3d Reg't, Morris Militia, and in 1S04, Colonel of
Reg't. He was in active service in the War of 1812, but resigned his position in 1817. He
was a strong adherent of Gen. Jackson, but late in life became a Whig.

He was Judge of the Common Pleas Court, Morris Co., from 1813 to 1832, and was
a Ruling Elder of the Rockaway Presbyterian Church. For years before his death, he
was sole owner of the Rockaway rolling mills, and had many profitable contracts with
the Government.

CHILDREN (Chart 29):

2046. Sarah Dubois Jackson, b. June 2, 1803; d. Jan. 20, 1859; m. Samuel Beach

Halsey.

2047. Stephen Joseph Jackson, b. July 4, 1805; d. May 19, 1874; m. Mary Ann

Gleason.

2048. Robert Ogden Jackson, b. Apr. 20, 1807; d. May 15, 1812.

882. Hon. Robert Ogden, 4TH (Robert 310 , Robert 83 , Robert 16 , Jona-
than 4 , John 1 ), b. Elizabethtown, N. J., Sept. 15, 1775; d. Greenville, La.,
Feb. 5, 1857; m. May 7, 1803 (date of license), Eliza Spaight Nash, dau.
of Hon. Abner Nash, Governor of North Carolina.

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Judge Robert Ogden, 4TH 88j , was graduated at Nassau Hall, Princeton, N. J., and
prepared for the bar in the office of his uncle Col. Aaron Ogden, LL.B.3'5 (afterward Gov.
of N.J.) and in the law school of Judge Reeves.

He married at Newbern, N. C, a dau. of Hon. Abner Nash, who was Governor of N. C.
during the Revolutionary War. He formed a law partnership with Francois Xavier Martin,
Esq., who had studied law with Gov. Nash, and who in later years became a distinguished
jurist in Louisiana. After practicing his profession several years in Charleston, S. C, Robert
Ogden, Esq 88 ' removed in 1821 to Louisiana, and in 1825 was appointed by Gov. Henry
Johnson, Judge of the Parish of Concordia.

CHILDREN (Chart 6):

2049. Robert Nash Ogden, b. June 6, 1804; d. Sept. 19, 1859; m. Frances Sophia

Nicholson.

2050. Mary Jones Ogden, b. Nov. 15, 1805; d. 1832.

2051. Frederick Nash Ogden, b. Sept. 15, 1807; d. 1838; m. Carmelite Lopez.

2052. Abner Nash Ogden, b. Sept. 19, 1809; d. 1875; ist m - Mary Isabella Smith;

2d m. Julia Scott.

2053. Francis Nash Ogden, b. Jan. 26, 1812; d. y. unm.

Was cadet at West Point, and lived with brother Abner in New Orleans.

2054. Elizabeth Nash Ogden, b. Jan. 31, 1814; d. .

2055. Sarah Maria Ogden, b. Sept. 26, 1815; d. -.

2056. Octavius Nash Ogden, b. Sept. 26, 1817; d. ; m. Lethe Sprigg.

883. Mary Ogden (Robert 310 , Robert 83 , Robert 16 , Jonathan 4 , John 1 ),
b- J u ly 3- 1778 ; d. May 5, 1852; m. 1800, Elias Haines, b. Dec. 31, 1776;
d. Oct. n, 1824; son of Stephen Haines, a Revolutionary soldier.

Elias Haines was a merchant in New York City, his residence fronting the Battery,
near what is now the corner of White Hall and South streets, where all his children were
born. He supplied the stores in his native town, Hamburg, N. J., with goods, and dealt
with the iron men. With others, he obtained a grant of land in Florida from the Spanish,
and spent large sums of money upon it, which was lost, as the Government refused to recog-
nize the Spanish grant after the purchase by the United States.
CHILDREN (Chart 30):

2057. Daniel Haines, b. Jan. 6, 1S01; d. Jan. 26, 1877; ist m. Ann Maria Austin;

2d m. Mary Townsend.

2058. Sarah P. Haines, b. Aug. 3, 1802; d. Jan. 29, 1877; m. Thomas C. Doremus.

2059. Sydney Phoenix Haines, b. Sept. 1, 1804; d. July 14, 1847; m. Diadamia

Austin.

2060. Mary Ogden Haines, b. Oct. 3, 1806; d. 1883; m. Henry Thompson Darrah.

2061. Robert Ogden Haines, b. Oct. 16, 1809; d. Aug. 15, 1841.

2062. Elizabeth Ogden Haines, b. Mar. 5, 1813; d. Mar. 23, 18S9; m. John

Macaulay Nixon.

2063. Henrietta Brown Haines, b. June 24, 1816; d. May 7, 1878.

885. Sarah Platt Ogden (Robert 310 , Robert 83 , Robert 16 , Jonathan 4 ,
John'), b. Jan. 21, 1782; d. Mar. 15, 1836; m. Apr. 11, 1803, Cornelius
DuBois, b. May 20, 1771; d. Sept. 8, 1846; son of Peter DuBois.



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Cornelius DuBois was a merchant in New York City. He was a man of great benev-
olence, and one of the early founders and generous supporters of several philanthropic
institutions in New York City. Among them was the House of Refuge, of which he was
Treasurer to the time of his death; the Bank of Savings for the benefit of the poor, of which
he was a Director; also the Humane Society, he being the only surviving member in 1840;
as Treasurer he petitioned for, and obtained an act of the Legislature, authorizing him to
distribute the remaining accumulated funds among the charitable institutions. He was
one of the founders of the University of New York; Governor of the New York Hospital,
etc. He died at Saratoga Springs in his 76th year.

CHILDREN (Chart 30):

2064. Robert Ogden DuBois, b. Feb. 26, 1804; d. Aug. 23, 1804.

2065. Mary E. DuBois, b. Aug. 3, 1805; d. ; 1st m. Francis C. Potter; 2d m.

Edward S. Gould.

2066. Cornelius DuBois, 2D, b. Apr. 15, 1807; d. Aug. 23, 1808.

2067. Henry A. DuBois, b. Aug. 9. 1808; d. Jan. 13, 1884; m. Catharine H. Jay.

2068. Cornelius DuBois, 3D, b. Apr. 4, 1810; d. May 5, 1882; m. Mary A. Delafield.

2069. Sarah Platt DuBois, b. Sept. 23, 1813; d. Feb. 19, 1897; m. Dr. Alfred

Wagstaff.

2070. Robert Ogden DuBois, 2D, b. Feb. 23, 1815; d. Mar. 6, 1816.

2071. Peter DuBois, b. Oct. 6, 1816; d. Oct. 26, 1816.

2072. George Washington DuBois, b. Sept. 26, 1822; m. Maria C. McIlvaine.

886. Rebecca Wood Platt Ogden (Robert 310 , Robert 5 * 3 , Robert 16 ,
Jonathan 4 , John 1 ), b. Mar. 23, 1787; d. Apr. 12, 1852; m. 1816, Dr. Samuel
Fowler, b. Oct. 30, 1779; d. Feb. 20, 1844.

Dr. Samuel Fowler was a direct descendant of John Fowler, who came from England
and settled on Long Island before 1665. He was one of the most distinguished men of North
Jersey, and a physician of wide repute. His was the leading mind in all medical consulta-
tions, and at the meetings of the medical society. Of great versatility of talent, he engaged
in many enterprises and was successful in all.

He 1st m. 1808, Ann Breckenridge Thompson, dau. of Col. Mark Thompson, of Change-
water, N. J., an officer of the Revolution, and a member of Congress under Washington's
administration. The only child by this marriage became the wife of Hon. Moses Bigelow,
of Newark, N. J.

After his 2d m. (to Rebecca W. P. Ogden886)_ he carried on the manufacture of iron
at the Hamburg, N. J., forges, and his business sagacity made remunerative a hitherto fail-
ing business, which gave an impetus to this industry hitherto unknown in the county, and
which has been felt ever since.

Dr. Fowler was also a distinguished naturalist and mineralogist, and collected a valu-
able cabinet of American minerals. He corresponded with many scientific men at home and
abroad, and was an honorary member of many of the scientific societies of Europe and
America. He was a personal friend and warm supporter of Gen. Jackson, and was elected
to the 24th and 25th Congresses. He died at Franklin, N. J., and is buried in the North
Church Cemeterv.

CHILDREN (Chart 31):

2073. Samuel Fowler, Jr., b. 1818; d. Jan. 14, 1865; m. Henrietta Laura Broad-

head.

2074. Mary Estelle Fowler, b. 1819; d. s. p. Oct. 23, 1878; m. i860, Prof. Charles

Washburn, b. 1821; d. Nov. 23, 1861, in his 41st year.
He was of Stafford, Conn.
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2075. Henry Ogden Fowler, b. July 11, 1821; d. Nov. 1874; m. Mary Emily Cafrey.

2076. Robert Fowler, M.D., b. 1822; d. unm. Elizabeth, N. J., Aug. 22, 1857.

2077. Lieut. John Fowler, b. Jan. 26, 1825; d. unm. May 3, 1863.

He was 2d Lieut, of Co. K, 15th N.J. Vol., and was killed at battle of
Salem Heights, Va.

2078. Rebecca Ogden Fowler, b. Nov. 27, 1826; d. s. p. Jan. 12, 1890; m. Jan. 12,

1S48, George T. Ross, of Newark, N. J.

2079. Clarinda Fowler, b. 1829; living in 1896, Newton, N. J.

887. Hannah Amelia Jarvis Ogden (Robert 310 , Robert 83 , Robert 10 ,
Jonathan 4 , John 1 ), b. Aug. 14, 1790; d. June 27, 1835; m. Nov. 9, 1814,
Judge Thomas Coxe Ryerson, b. May 4, 1788; d. Aug. 11, 1838; son
of Martin Ryerson and Rhoda Hull, his wife.

Judge Thomas Coxe Ryerson was born at Myrtle Grove, N. J., and was raised upon
the farm at Hamburg, N. J., to which place his father moved in 1800. He graduated at Prince-
ton Col. in 1809, after which he studied law with Job Stockton Halstead, Esq., and was
admitted to the bar. He was a member of the State Council for two years, and in 1834
was chosen Justice of the Supreme Court, an office he held until death. He was a man of
strict integrity, and was ever firm and independent in action. As a lawyer, he was well-read,
an earnest advocate, and had great influence over courts and juries. As a judge, he was
held in high esteem, and had the confidence of the bar and the general public. After the
death of his wife, Hannah^, he married her sister Phebe Henrietta Maria Ogdensss, and
lived but five months after the marriage.

CHILDREN (Chart 31):

2080. Martin Ryerson, b. Sept. 15, 1815; d. June 11, 1875; 1st m. Anna B.

Halstead; 2d m. .Mary McIntyre Halstead.

2081. Robert Ogden Ryerson, b. Hamburg, N. J., June 20, 1818; d. Aug. 24, 1819.
20S2. Thomas Ryerson, M.D., b. Newton, N. J., Feb. 18, 1821; d. May 27, 1887;

m. Nov. 14, 1856, Margaret Matilda Brouwer, b. ; d. Feb., 1878;

of New York.

Dr. Thomas Ryerson™'* grad. Princeton, 1840. Studied medicine
with Dr. Stephen Hedges of Newton, N. J., and grad. Coll. Physicians &
Surgeons. He practiced his profession in Newton till death. "He kept
abreast with the advances of medical science, and as a Christian man exerted
a wide influence. He was active in the war of the Rebellion, and rendered
valuable services."

Child: Henry Ogden Ryerson 2 " 8 ^, b. ; d. ; m. Julia Sharp.

2083. Hannah Amelia Ryerson, b. June 24, 1823; m. Theodore Frelinghuysen

Anderson.

2084. Col. Henry Ogden Ryerson, b. Jan. 10, 1826; d. May 12, 1864.

He studied law and was licensed to practice in 1847. He lived an
unsettled life in Chicago, California and the Sandwich Islands until 1855, when
he returned to New Jersey; he was in Belvidere 2 yrs. and then returned to
Newton. In the Civil War he enlisted as a private in the 2d N. J. Vols.,
and was made Capt. Co. B, May 27, 1861 ; was promoted Major of the Reg't
Jan. 20, 1862, and Lieut. Col. July 1, 1862. Was shot through both thighs
at Gaines Mill and taken prisoner. He returned to his regiment Oct. 1, 1862,
and was placed in command of the 23d N. J. Vols., and Nov. 12, 1862, was

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issioned its Colonel. Mar. 26, 1863, he resigned and was made Col.
of the 10th N. J. Vols. In the battle of the Wilderness, on the evening of
May 6, 1864, he was shot in the head, and was taken to the Confed. hospital,
Locust Grove, where he died May 12, 1864.

2085. William Ryerson, b. Oct. 10, 182S; d. July 14, 1834.

2086. Mary Haines Ryerson, b. June 21, 1831; d. July 13, 1831.

892. George Montgomery Ogden (Matthias 314 , Robert 83 , Robert 16 ,

Jonathan 4 , John 1 ), b. 1779; d. 1824; m. Euphrosine Merieult, b. ; d.

1866.

George Montgomery Ogden 8 ? 3 settled in New Orleans, and entered into partnership
with his brother Peter Vroom OgdenSps and Charles Harrod, under the firm name of Harrod
& Ogden.

Euphrosine Merieult, his wife, was a Creole lady, and after her husband's death
married No. 1401, Isaac Edwards Ogden.

CHILD (Chart 6):

2087. Frances Blanche Ogden, b. 1822; d. Feb. 17, 1878; m. Mar. 1837, Baron

Celestin de Pontalba.

When a child she accompanied her mother and grandmother on a visit
to France. The marriage was probably arranged between the families at
that time, and took place in New Orleans when Frances Blanche Ogden*°87
was only 16 years of age.

Baron Celestin de Pontalba was of French-Spanish descent. His
father was Marquis de Pontalba, and his mother Mile. Delmonastre, dau. of
a government official under Spanish rule.
(No mention of children.)

894. Col. Francis Barber Ogden (Matthias 314 , Robert 83 , Robert 16 ,
Jonathan 4 , John 1 ), b. Boonton, N. J., Mar. 3, 1783; d. Bristol, Eng., July 4,
1857 ; m. 1837, Louisa S. Pownall, dau. of William Pownall, of Liverpool,
Eng.

Col. Francis Barber Ogden»94 was appointed Consul of the U. S. to Liverpool by
Pres. Andrew Jackson in 1829, and continued in that office until 1840, when Pres. Van Buren
transferred him to Bristol, which consulate he held until death.

He was of an inventive turn of mind, and employed his leisure time in devising improve-
ments in the marine engine. He was the first to apply the principles of the expansive power
of steam. He joined with Capt. Ericsson in constructing the first experimental steamboat
launched upon the Thames, and which, as a token of his respect, Mr. Ericsson named the
"Francis B. Ogden." He died and was buried at Bristol, England, the following being
inscribed upon his monument:

"Sacred to the memory of Colonel Francis Barber Ogden, a member of the Society
of the Cincinnati, and Consul of the United States of America for this Port. Born at Boon-
ton in the State of New Jersey, U. S. A., March 3, 1783 : Died at his residence in this City
July 4, 1857, aged 74 years."

Mrs. Ogden's family, the Pownalls, are said to be of great antiquity in the County of
Chester, England.

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CHILDREN (Chart 6):

2088. Georgiana Blanche Ogden, b. 1838; d. 1840.

2089. Francis Barber Ogden, Jr., b. Seacombe, Chester Co., Eng., Apr. 20, 183Q; d.

New York City, Jan. 20, 1891.

He was the author of the first Ogden chart, which in a few instances
has been found incorrect, yet upon which all subsequent investigators have
built.

He was prominent in Roman Catholic circles, and never married. He
was Secretary of the Society of the Cincinnati of the State of New Jersey,
and one of its leading members. He died suddenly on the morning of
Friday, Jan. 20, 1891, in the passage-way to the Rector St. Station of the
Elevated Railroad, New York City.

896. Peter Vroom Ogden (Matthias 314 , Robert 83 , Robert' 6 , Jonathan 4 ,
John 1 ), b. 1785; d. 1820; m. 1819, Celestine du Plessis, of New Orleans.

He graduated at Princeton in 1804, and was supposed to be connected with Aaron
Burr in his western scheme, Blennerhasset. He was a merchant in New Orleans, having
united with his brother George M. OgdenSo* and Charles Harrod, under the firm name of
Harrod & Ogden. He died of yellow fever in the aforesaid city.
CHILD (Chart 6):

2090. Henry D. Ogden, b. 1820; d. 1897; m. Matilde I. Waggaman.

897. Mary Chetwood Ogden (Aaron 3 's, Robert 83 , Robert' 6 , Jonathan 4 ,
John 1 ), b. 1789; d. Mar. 23, 1863; m. Dec. 27, 1809, No. 927, George
Clinton Barber, b. Dec. 27, 1778; d. Oct. 29, 1828; son of No. 326, Anne
Ogden, and Col. Francis Barber, of Elizabeth, N. J.

His inscription on tomb in First Pres. Ch. yard, Elizabeth, N. J., reads: "In Memory
of George C. Barber, an Elder of this Church, who died Oct. 29, 1828, aged 49 years. A
good and faithful servant he has entered into the joys of his Lord."

Mary Chetwood (Ogden) Barber's inscription is on her father Gov. Aaron Ogden's
monument.

CHILDREN (Chart 23):

2091. Francis Barber, b. 1810; d. 1887; 1st m. Rachel Pancoast; 2d m. Hannah

Barton.

2092. Elizabeth Catharine Dayton Barber, b. 1812; living in 1895.

2093. Anne Barber, b. Aug. 15, 1814; d. Sept. 2, 1894; m. Charles Howard

Edwards.

2094. Phebe Ann Ogden Barber, b. Jan. 31, 1816; d. Feb. 20, 1816.

2095. Mary Chetwood Barber, b. 1817; d. s. p. ; m. 1851, John Chetwood,

b. 1827.

2096. Aaron Ogden Barber, b. Jan. 8, 1820; d. June 17, 1872.

2097. George Clinton Barber, 2D, b. 1822; d. July 31, 1826.

2098. Lieut. George Clinton Barber, 3D, b. 1827; d. Oct. 11, 1853; m - Fannie

Babbett, of North Carolina.

He was Lieut. U. S. A. and died of yellow fever at Indianola, Texas,
where he was buried.

2099. Phebe Anna Ogden Barber, b. Feb. 22, 1829; d. Aug. 8, 1861.

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899. Matthias Ogden, Esq. (Aaron 315 , Robert 83 , Robert 16 , Jonathan",
John 1 ), b. Elizabethtown, N. J., 1792; d. July 17, i860; m. Sept. 22, 1818,
Lucille Robert, b. Nov. 1794; d. Nov. 18, 1861 ; dau. of Christopher
Robert and Lucille Dusausay, his wife.

Matthias Ogden 8 was graduated from Princeton College in 1810. He was admitted
to the New Jersey bar as an attorney in Nov. 1814, and as a counsellor in Feb. 1818, and
practiced in Jersey City from 1840 to 1848.

Lucille (Robert) Ogden was born in the city of Roseau, Island of Dominica, West
Indies.

CHILDREN (Chart 6):

2100. Lucille Dusausay Ogden, b. Aug. 30, 1819; d. Oct. 29, 1886.

2101. Elizabeth Chetwood Ogden, b. Sept. 2, 1821; d. Mar. 29, 1894.

2102. Josephine Robert Ogden, b. Aug. 1, 1823.

2103. Mary Henrietta Ogden, b. Apr. 6, 1826; d. Apr. 14, 1871.

2104. Maria Palmer Ogden, b. Jan. 29, 1828.

They remained single, and kept a school for young ladies on Elizabeth
Ave., Elizabeth, N. J., in the house built by No. 85, Moses Ogden. After the
death of No. 2101, Elizabeth, the two remaining sisters retired.

902. Judge Elias Bailey Dayton Ogden (Aaron 315 , Robert 83 , Robert 16 ,
Jonathan 4 , John 1 ), b. May 22, 1800; d. Feb. 24, 1865 ; 1st m. Aug. 23, 1826,
Susan Beasley, b. June 13, 1805; d. Apr. 7, 1848; dau. of Rev. Frederick
Beasley; 2d m. Louisa Ford, b. 1820; d. s. p. Feb. 4, 1851 ; dau. of Henry

A. Ford, of Morristown, N. J. ; 3d m. Alice De Hart, b. ; d. Oct. 27,

1 89 1 ; dau. of W. Chetwood De Hart.

Judge Elias B. Dayton Ogden«° 2 was one of the most prominent of Gov. Aaron
Ogden's children, and was born at Elizabethtown, N. J. He graduated at Princeton at 19
years of age, and immediately began the study of law. He was licensed as an attorney in
1824, as a counsellor in 1829, and was made Sergeant-at-Law in 1837, being the last lawyer
in New Jersey who ever received that appointment. He began his legal career in Paterson,
N. J., which at that time was a small, struggling town on the Passaic river, but which rose
rapidly in importance from its growing factories. Dayton Ogden (as he was generally
called) had many competitors in his chosen profession, but soon became an able advocate,
and secured a large clientage.

Paterson was then included in Essex Co. and its lawyers were obliged to attend court
at Newark, the county-seat. Soon after receiving his counsellor's license, young Ogden
was appointed Prosecutor of the Pleas, the most important office of the kind in the state.
In the prosecution of his duties he displayed great assiduity and unusual legal talents. The
criminal business of the county was very large, requiring unusual labor and time, and
obliged him to be in Newark four times during the year. But while Mr. Ogden always per-
formed his whole duty as Counsel of the State, he succeeded in retaining all his private
practice, and his numerous clients never complained of his inattention to their interests.
This condition of affairs was the result of his great industry and care in the conscientious
discharge of all his legal duties. He filled the office of Prosecutor for two terms.

His political party early recognized his abilities, and twice elected him to the State
Legislature. In 1844, when the best talent of the state was required irrespective of party
affiliation, he was chosen a member of the Constitutional Convention.

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He was appointed Associate Justice in 1848, and reappointed in 1855. At the expira-
tion of his second term, Gov. Charles S. Olden, knowing the great worth of Mr. Ogdbn's
legal talent, departed from the usual political procedure, and reappointed him, although of
the opposite political faith, and thus did honor to Judge Ogden and to himself.

His judicial opinions were rendered after full and careful examination, and were always
regarded as sensible and just. Among them was one in which he denied the right of judges
of a State court to interfere for the release of a prisoner held by the judgment of a Federal
court.

Judge Ogden was a man of sound judgment and sterling common sense; to his
fellow members of the bar, he was genial and affable; as a judge he was painstaking and
conscientious; and during his long term of office he enjoyed the respect and confidence of
the whole community. At the expiration of his last term, he removed to Elizabeth, and
occupied the homestead of his father, Gov. Aaron Ogden, where he was born, and where he
died in 1865.

CHILDREN— First Marriage (Chart 6):

2105. Frederick Beasley Ogden, b. July 20, 1827; d. Nov. 1, 1893; m - J ANE Ford.

2106. Aaron Ogden, Esq., b. Paterson, N. J., May 24, 1828; d. N. Y. City, Mar. 21,

1896; m. Harriet Emily Travers, dau. of John and Harriet Travers.

Aaron Ogden 1 " 6 was educated in the public schools of N. Y. City,
and was later graduated from Columbia College. He studied law, and after
his admission to the bar, practiced in New York. He had charge of the
Valentine A. Fall estate, and afterward became Secretary to the Building
Com. of St. Luke's Hospital, and Treasurer of the fund for widows and
orphans, aged and infirm, of the diocese of New York of the Prot. Episcopal
Church. He died of pneumonia; funeral services were held in Trinity
Chapel, N. Y. City, the burial being in Baltimore, Md.

2107. Susan Dayton Ogden, b. 1831; d. Feb. 22, 1878; m. William Shepard Biddle.

2108. Dayton Ogden, b. Nov. 27, 1833; m. Esther Gracie.

2109. Elizabeth Chetwood Ogden, b. 1835; m. Rev. John Martin Henderson.

CHILD — Third Marriage (Chart 6) :
DeHart Ogden, b. June 4, 1863; d. Jan. 12, 1878.



906. Matthias Hetfield Ogden (Elias 318 , Robert 83 , Robert' 6 ,
Jonathan 4 , John 1 ), b. Jan. 21, 1792; d. Jan. 8, 1870; m. Jerusha .

Matthias Hetfield Ogden«°6 was born at Sparta, Sussex Co., N. J., and was an Elder
in the Sparta Pres. Church. He removed to Hamburg, N. J., in 1832, and was clerk for the
Hamburg M'f'g Co. He lost heavily when the latter failed. He was a man of strict integ-
rity, a Justice of the Peace, and a useful citizen. He was proficient in music, gave the young
people instruction in vocal music, and led the choir in the Presbyterian meetings at the
North Church and at Hamburg. His home was the house which Dr. Wm. H. Linn remodeled
and occupied. While living here he lost several of his children by smallpox, which the
elder son had contracted while a clerk in New York City. He removed to Wisconsin, and
died there, having attained the age of 77 years.

CHILDREN (Chart 7):

21 1 1. William Ogden, b. ; d. .

21 12. Henry Ogden, b. ; d. (said to have m. a Miss Stull).

2 1 13. Sarah Ogden, b. ; d. (said to have m. Ford Stull).

2114. Thomas Anderson Ogden, b. Feb. 15, 1823; d. Jan. 1, 1877; m. Ann Elizabeth

Shewalter.

2115. Matthias Ogden, Jr., b. ; d. .

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907. Phebe Eliza Ogden (Elias 318 , Robert 83 , Robert 16 , Jonathan 4 ,
John 1 ), b. Sept. 20, 1793; d. ; m. William McKee.

Phebe Eliza Ogdeno°7 was probably born at Sparta, N.J.
William McKee was a merchant of Richmond, Va.
CHILDREN (Chart 31):

2116. Mary E. McKee, b. ; d. .

2117. Adeline McKee, b. ; m. William G. King.



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