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Genealogy and History of the Family OGDEN

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6 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
1.  Ogden-Preston genealogy : the ancestors and descendants of Captain Benjamin Stratton Ogden and his wife Nancy (Preston) Ogden St. Peter, Minn.: Press of the St. Peter Herald, Author:  Josie Powell Stone,  1914, 32  pgs. 
2.  Ogden family history : in the line of Lieutenant Benjamin Ogden, of New York (born June 22, 1735-died August 16 1780) of the Prince of Wales' American regiment, and his wife Rachel Westervelt, with some account of his ancestry and descendants. Orange, N.J.?: Author: Anna S. Vermilye, 1906, 121  pgs. 
3.  The Ogdens of South Jersey : the descendants of John Ogden of Fairfield, Conn. and New Fairfield, N.J., born 1673, died 1745. Morristown, N.J.?: Author: William Ogden Wheeler, , 1894?, 37  pgs. 
4.  The Ogden family in America, Elizabethtown branch, and their English ancestry : John Ogden, the Pilgrim, and his descendants, 1640-1906, their history, biography & genealogy Philadelphia: Printed for private circulation by J.B. Lippincott Co., Author: William Ogden Wheeler,  1907, 601  pgs. 
5.  The Quaker Ogdens in America : David Ogden of ye good ship "Welcome" and his descendents 1682-1897, their history, biography, and genealogy, Author Charles Burr Ogden, 1898, 298  pgs. 
6.  Seven generations of family Bible records : descendants of Rebecca Ogden 4 and Caleb Halsted 5 in the line of John 6, Robert Wade 7, Oliver 8, Emeline Halsted Davis 9, Laura Davis Shoptaugh 10, her children 11, and her grandchildren 12 Oakland, Calif.: L.A.D. Shoptaugh, Author: Laura A. Davis Shoptaugh, c1947, 48  pgs.

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