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las. Thele, wh. outliv. him very little time, and d. 27 Dec. 1660. Of the
day of his d. we are ign. but are sure that it was bef. 20 Aug. 1660,
when his est. was div. tho. Lambert says he d. at Milford, 1691. THOMAS,
Stratford, s. of the preced. b. in Eng. and prob. well gro. bef. his f.
came over, for in 1641 he had ld. in Wethersfield, and there m. Frances
d. of the first Thomas Kilborne, who outliv. him but few wks. and in
Jan. 1684 her est. was div. equ. among her br. John K. of W. and sis.
Margaret, w. of Richard Law of Stamford, Lydia, w. of Robert Howard
of Windsor, and Mary, w. of the first John Root of Farmington. He
had large est. but no ch. and his name was, no doubt, in high esteem at
S. yet the selectmen and constable, in return of their list of freem. give
it Ufoth. The inv. of his prop. 26 Dec. 1683, show. £1,834, wh. by his
will of 17 May preced. was giv. in a large proport. to Samuel, s. of his
br. John, and good sh. to childr. of his br. Roger Terrill, to his br. John,
and his childr. beside adeq. provis. for the wid.

    OFFLEY, DAVID, Boston, ar. co. 1638, rem. to Plymouth 1643, but
by letter of Gov. Bradford to Gov. Winthrop as to complts. of Ind.
against O. dated Dec. 1645, we may infer. that he had come back to
B. See 4 Mass. Hist. Coll. II. 119. THOMAS, Salem, collector of the
port 1686-9.

    OFIELD, THOMAS, Boston 1669, mariner, had w. Maudline, and sev.
ch. yet in his will of 29 Sept. 1677, pro. 14 Oct. 1679, tho. he ment. w.
and childr. gives the name of w. only.

    OGDEN, JOHN, Stamford 1641, agreed next yr. with Gov. Kieft of
New York to build a stone ch. for 2,500 guilders in 1644 was a patentee
of Hempstead, L. I. Iiv. 1651 at Southampton, L. I. in 1656 was chos.
an Assist. reelect. to 1660, is nam. in the royal chart. of 1662, and chos.
again that yr. an assist. but went soon to New Jersey, and with Gov.
Carteret made large purch.; was rep. for Elizabethtown in the first
assemb. of that prov. 1668. JOHN, Rye, perhaps s. of the preced. rep.
1674. RICHARD, Fairfield 1667, br. of the first John, had been partner
with him in the contr. 1642 with Kieft. See O'Callaghan, Hist. of New
Netherlands, I. 262, when he was of Stamford, was freem. 1668, and a
large propr. of 1670, had descend. almost honorab. has been the
name perpet.

    OGLEBY, JAMES, Scarborough, 1676.

    OKEY, JOHN, Boston, by w. Mary had Mary, b. 8 Oct. 1686; and
Tacey, 9 May 1688.

    OLCOTT, JOHN, Hartford 1676, youngest s. of Thomas the first, m.
1695, Mary, d. John Blackleach, wid. of Mr. Thomas Welles, had
Samuel, b. 16, bapt. 23 Aug. 1696; Mary, b. 1, bapt. 7 Aug. 1698;
Rachel, b. 28 Oct. 1701; and Abigail, 15 Feb. 1704; and d. 1712. His