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Autobiography of Col. Aaron Ogden, of Elizabethtown.

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Published by The Press printing and publishing co. in Paterson, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • New Jersey infantry. 1st regt., 1775-1783. [from old catalog],
  • New Jersey -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.,
  • New Jersey -- Politics and government -- 1775-1865.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE263.N5 O3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination33 p.
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23375489M
    LC Control Number11009444

      A native of Elizabethtown, New Jersey, Cornelius Hatfield was commissioned a captain by Gen. Henry Clinton on Febru , leading an independent company of Loyalists that he described as partisans. [11] At this time, New York was still the nerve center of military operations in North America despite the conflict’s shift to the Southern colonies and West Indies. Robert Ogden II was born at Elizabethtown October 7, He married Phebe Hatfield when he was about 20 years old. Phebe, daughter of Matthias Hatfield, was born Nov. 25th, and died Dec. 22, .


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Aaron Ogden, of Elizabethtown by Ogden, Aaron, Publication date Aaron Ogden (December 3, – Ap ) was an American soldier, lawyer, United States Senator and the fifth Governor of New Jersey.

Ogden is perhaps best known today as the defendant in Gibbons which destroyed the monopoly power of steamboats on the Hudson River in Battles/wars: Revolutionary War. OGDEN, AARON, a Senator from New Jersey; born in Elizabeth (formerly Elizabethtown), N.J., December 3, ; graduated from the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) in ; tutor in Barber's Grammar School ; served in the Revolutionary Army as a lieutenant, captain, and brigade major; studied law; admitted to the bar in and commenced practice in Elizabeth, N.J.

Early life Edit Ogden was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey (formerly Elizabethtown). He graduated from the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) inand served as a grammar school tutor from to Political party: Federalist.

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The Ogden family in America, Elizabethtown branch, and their English ancestry; John Ogden, the Pilgrim, and his descendants, Author Wheeler, William Ogden, Aaron Ogden (December 3, Ap ) was a United States Senator and the 5th Governor of New Jersey.

Early life. Ogden was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey (formerly Elizabethtown). He graduated from the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) inand served as a grammar school tutor from to Brother of Matthias Ogden, Aaron Ogden was born in Elizabethtown, New Jersey, on 3 December He graduated from Princeton in in the same class as Harry ("Light Horse") Lee and a year behind Aaron Burr, who was a childhood companion.

After teaching school for three years he became paymaster of a militia regiment on 8 December Biography of AARON OGDEN ODGDEN, AARON (Dec. Apr. 19, ), soldier, lawyer, United States senator, governor of New Jersey, steamboat operator, was born at Elizabethtown (now Elizabeth), NJ, where his ancestor, John Ogden, had been a pioneer settler in after emigrating from Hampshire, England, to Long Island in Aaron Ogden (December 3, – Ap ) was a United States Senator and the fifth Governor of New Jersey.

Ogden was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey (formerly Elizabethtown). He graduated from the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) inand served as a grammar school tutor from to Early life. Ogden was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey (formerly Elizabethtown). He graduated from the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) inand served as a grammar school tutor from to In the American Revolutionary War, Ogden was appointed a lieutenant in the 1st New Jersey Regiment; his older brother Matthias Ogden was the lieutenant colonel.

Early life. Ogden was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey (formerly Elizabethtown). He graduated from the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) inand served as a grammar school tutor from to [1]In the American Revolutionary War, Ogden was appointed a lieutenant in the 1st New Jersey Regiment; his older brother Matthias Ogden was the lieutenant colonel.

This Star Of England (w Charlton OGBURN) [n|] Prof, William Fielding OGBURN {US} (M: Jun 29 - Apr 27) Social Change With Respect To Culture And Original Nature [n|] Man And His Machines (w Robert B WEAVER) [n|] Gov, Aaron OGDEN (M: Dec 3 - Apr 19) Autobiography Of Col Aaron Ogden, Of Elizabethtown [a| Aaron Ogden Dec 3, - 1st New Jersey Regiment Later elected NJ Governor in John Ogden Died Matthias Ogden - Mathias Ogden - Mar 7, Colonel, 1st Battalion, Continental Line.

Moses Ogden Died 7. Biographical Note: Robert Ogden () and Aaron Ogden () were born in Elizabethtown (now Elizabeth), New Jersey, and were the sons of Phebe Hatfield () and Robert Ogden ().

Robert Ogden was a lawyer and judge in Elizabethtown who served as a quartermaster and commissary during the Revolutionary War. Aaron Ogden (December 3, {spaced ndash}Ap ) was a United States Senator and the fifth Governor of New Jersey.

==Early life== Ogden was born in Elizabeth, New Jersey (formerly Elizabethtown). He graduated from the College of New Jersey (now Princeton University) inand served as a grammar school tutor from to Ogden was captured by the British at Elizabethtown, New Jersey, in November He was released in a prisoner exchange.

In SeptemberOgden conceived a plan to capture Prince William Henry (later King William IV). The plan received Washington's approval, and was to be effected in Marchbut had to be abandoned.

Aaron Ogden, who owned a steam engine plant in Elizabethtown, emerged as a determined competitor. He fought the Fulton monopoly for several years, then paid dearly to acquire a share of it in With a chapter on historic Morristown, Colles, Julia Keese.

Autobiography of Col. Aaron Ogden, of Elizabethtown. Ogden, Aaron, ‐ Awhile with the blue; or, Memories of war days.

Rare Books and Manuscript Collections Ithaca, NY Papers: 1 letter (Febru ) from Aaron Ogden in Washington Irving's Life of George Washington, Volume X, Miscellany, ; and 1 letter (July 8, ) from Governeur Morris in Volume XII, Miscellany,   Elizabethtown was a port settlement on Newark Bay of about 1, people in[42]Aaron Ogden, The Autobiography of Col.

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Aaron Ogden of Elizabethtown." Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, Ser. 2, 12 (), Parker, Robert. "Journal of Lieutenant Robert Parker, of the Second Continental Artillery, " Pennsylvania Magazine of History & Biography 27 (), ; 28 (), Repr.

in part in no. Letter to Aaron Ogden, Elizabethtown Names Emmet, Thomas Addis, (Collector) Ogden, Aaron (Recipient) Stevens, John (Creator) Collection.

Thomas Addis Emmet collection. Series IV. The Members of the Continental Congress, Members of the Continental Congress, New York and New Jersey, Dates / Origin Place. Autobiography of Col. Aaron Ogden, of Elizabethtown. (Paterson, N.J., The Press printing and publishing co., ), by Aaron Ogden (page images at HathiTrust) Historical sketches of the Revolutionary and Civil Wars: with an account of author's desperate leap from a swiftly moving train of cars, and a fatiguing tramp of 1, miles through.

Col. Oliver SPENCER was married to Anna OGDEN (daughter of Robert OGDEN II and Phebe HATFIELD) about in Elizabeth Town, New Jersey.1 Anna OGDEN was born on Decem She died on She was buried in Wesley Chapel, Cincinnati, Hamilton Co, Ohio.1 Col. Oliver SPENCER and Anna OGDEN had the following children.

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N.H. Burnham, [illustrated], 23pp. Ogden, Aaron. "Autobiography of Col. Aaron Ogden of Elizabethtown." Proceedings of the New Jersey Historical Society, Ser. 2, 12 ( 93), pp. 15 Olmstead, Earl P. Blackcoats among the Delaware: David Zeisberger on the Ohio Frontier.

Col. Matthias Ogden and his brother Aaron Ogden descended from John Ogden and were the fifth generation of their family to reside in Elizabethtown, Because of its proximity to Manhattan, Elizabethtown was a prosperous economic center and the residence of those like William Livingston with extensive New York social ties and economic interests.

Various members of the Ogden family are represented, including the family's American founding father, John Ogden, who settled in Elizabethtown in ; Aaron Ogden; Robert Ogden (); his namesake son Robert Ogden (); and the third generation with the same name, Robert Ogden (, Princeton Class of ).

This collection consists of mostly full view (and some limited view) non-fiction books and novels that represent the broad and rich history of New Jersey in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Photographs Showing Landscapes, Geological and Other Features of Portions of the Western Territory of the United States] by WHEELER SURVEY].

-- Timothy O'SULLIVAN (ca ) and William BELL (), photographers and a great selection of related books. - June 3 - John Chetwood, Esq., to Mary Emott, both of Elizabethtown. June 10 or 11 - Mose Ogden, of Newark, to Mary Johnson, of Elizabethtown. 24 - Jonathan Higgins, of Elizabethtown, to ye Widow Phebe Frazey, of Raway.

Aug. 21 - Jacob Regean to Sarah Stillwell, both of Staten Island. Matthias Ogden was born at Elizabeth, New Jersey (formerly known as Elizabethtown) on Octo Ogden fought in the Revolutionary War and served various political positions afterwards.

1 Family 2 Revolutionary war 3 After War 4 References 5 Sources 6 External links He was the son of Robert Ogden, a lawyer and public official, and Phebe (Hatfield) Ogden. Robert was politically prominent. Flexner's subtle and engagingly written book emphasizes the contributions of John Fitch, while concluding that Robert Fulton's technical expertise and skills as a promoter, combined with public readiness to and Autobiography of Aaron Ogden of Elizabethtown (Paterson, N.J.: The Press Printing and Publishing Co., ), pp.

Col. Aaron Lewis of Kentucky. Michael L. Cook BIBLE RECORDS. Bash Family Records. Mrs. Edward N. McAllister The John Warren Family Record. James Logan Morgan CEMETERY RECORDS. Site of the Wm.

T. Caldwell Home and the Caldwell Family. Cemetery. William L. Litsey Names on the Tombstones in the old Mullins Graveyard. Mrs.

K. E.Robert Ogden,Esq., born October 7, in Elizabethtown, NJ; died Janu in Elizabethtown, was the son of Robert Ogden and Hannah married