OGBORN, Samuel*
OGBORN, Sarah*


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KINSEY, Edmund*

OGBORN, Sarah*

  • Marriage: KINSEY, Edmund* in 1708 in Woodbridge, New Jersey Colony
  • Died: 25 Jun 146

bullet  Birth Notes:

Sarah Ogburn was the daughter of Samuel Ogburn and Jane Curtis.

bullet  Death Notes:

Sarah survived her husband and died 6 mo 25 in her ninety-seventh year.


bullet  Noted events in her life were:

Appearance in Document, 23 Jan 1702, Monmouth County, East Jersey Colony. Will of [step father] John Hampton mentions wife, Jane, and her children before "our marriage," Sarah and Mary Ogborne, to whom he left a legacy. (SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at

Residence, 1715, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony. 154 Edmund and Sarah Kinsey moved to Bucks Co, PA, 1715.

Appearance in Document, 15 Feb 1715, Woodbridge Mtg, Middlesex County, New Jersey Colony. 155 1715, 2mo, 15. At a monthly meeting, at Woodbridge, Jane Fitzrandolph requested a certificate of removal for herself, her son-in-law, Edmond Kinsey, and his wife [Sarah], to Falls Monthly Meeting.

Residence, 19 Mar 1715, Falls Mtg, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony. 156 19-3m-1715. Edmond Kinsey, wife, and Jane Fitzrandolph his mother-in-law, certificate from Woodbridge in East Jersey.

Residence, 5 Aug 1715, Falls Mtg, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony. 157 5-8m-1715. Certificate from Friends in Woodbridge for Edmund Kinsey and his wife and mother-in-law, read and approved.

Residence, 5 Aug 1715, Falls Mtg, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony. 158 Edmund Kinsey and wife and mother-in-law, Jane Fitzrandolph, received on certificate from Woodbridge MM, East Jersey, dated 19 Mar 1715, on 5 Aug 1715.

Appearance in Document, 22 Jun 1758, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony. 160 Will of Edmund Kinsey of Buckingham mentions wife Sarah.

Religion: Quaker.


Sarah* married Edmund* KINSEY, son of David* KINSEY and Magdalen* UNKNOWN, in 1708 in Woodbridge, New Jersey Colony. (Edmund* KINSEY was born before 1682 and died on 21 Dec 1759 in Buckingham, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Colony.)

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

Marriage Banns, 3 May 1708, Newark Mtg, New Castle County, Delaware Colony. 162 The records of Newark Monthly Meeting, held at Center on 3-5m-1708, show that Howell James appeared and produced a letter from his wife's son, Edmund Kinsey, requesting certificate of this meeting of his clearness in relation to marriage, and at the following meeting a certificate was signed for Edmund Kinsey to Woodbridge Meeting in order for his marriage with Sarah Ogborn.

Marriage Banns, 21 Aug 1708, Woodbridge, New Jersey Colony. 163 21-8m-1708. At the Monthly Meeting at Nathaniel Fitz Randolphs in Woodbridge, permission granted Edmond Kinsey and Sarah Ogborne (or Osborne), "Ye Monthly Meeting of Newark in ye County of New Castle, Territories of Pensilvania" having reported "yt the young man was clear from all women in their parts upon ye account of marriage or otherways, and whilst among them did behave himselfe soberly."

[Woodbridge, New Jersey, is near Perth Amboy across from Staten Island.]

Marriage Notice, 1708. 154 Edmund Kinsey (1683-1759) married, in 1708, Sarah Ogburn (ca 1691-ca 1787).

Story. 80 Children of Edmund and Sarah Kinsey were Samuel, David, Mary, Elisabeth, John, Joseph, Sarah, Benjamin, and Jonathan.

Story. Permission granted Edmond Kinsey and Sarah Ogborne to marry, 21, 8, 1708. Issue Samuel Kinsey, David Kinsey, Mary Kinsey (married Mr, Fell), Elizabeth Kinsey (married Mr. Smith), John Kinsey, Joseph Kinsey, Sarah Kinsey (married Mr. Smith), Benjamin Kinsey, Jonathan Kinsey. (SAMUEL OGBORNE OF MONMOUTH COUNTY, posted at

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