David Ogden and Elizabeth Finnamore
David Ogden was born about 1843 and baptised in 1843 [ref  V1843802 27A/1843] son of
Samuel Ogden and Maria Arndell Tunks. See below.

Elizabeth Finnamore was born in 1842, Plymouth, Devonshire according to her shipping
records. Probable birth reg June Q 1842, Camelford Reg District, Vol  9 Page 50 daughter of
Samuel Finnamore and Mary Ann Gray and sister of my ancestor Mary Jane Finnamore.

Marriage: On 26th March 1867 at St Paul's  Pennant Hills.
SMH: OGDEN—FINNEMORE—March 26th, at St. Paul's Church, Pennant Hills, by the Rev. W.
Wood, David, third son of Samuel Ogden, to Elizabeth Finnemore, eldest daughter of the late
Samuel Finnemore.

It appears this couple had no children.

Sands Directory:
1871; David, a parcel delivery man is at 369 Kent Street, Sydney
1889; David, a confectioner at 332 Elizabeth Street, Sydney
1890; David a porter of 28 Dick Street, Sydney
1891; David at 8 Young Street, redfern
1892; David a fuel merchant at 205 George street west.
1893; David at 268 Palmer Street

Death:
Elizabeth Ogden
died on 22nd April 1900 at Church Street Canterbury NSW. At the time
Elizabeth was recorded as a 56 years old and her occupation was home duties. She had no
children. Cause of death was disease of the heart. She is buried in the Congregational section
of the Rookwood Cemetery. Husband David Ogden was one of the witnesses. Grave ref
Independent Section D grave 0000553

Possible Second Marriage: It appears that David may have married for a second time in 1900
to Fanny/Fannie Barton in Orange. Fanny was born in 1857 at Mudgee [as Fanny] daughter of
John and Mary A Barton ref 8761/1857 . Fanny had one son Clarence [Clarrie] Stanmore
Barton born in 1890 in Newton, ref 24971/1890

Deaths:

David Ogden died 1915 and is buried in the Anglican section T of the Rookwood Cemetery,
grave no. 0010977

Fannie died on 24th March 1927 [SMH] aged 70. Her death is recorded as Frances Ogden [ref
306/1927]
Samuel Ogden and Maria Arndell Tunks
Samuel Ogden was born 15th February 1810 [as per Orphan School records], and baptised in
1810 [ref V18102498 1A/1810] son of
James Ogden and Elizabeth Kelso.

Maria Arundell Tunks was baptised 1818 [ref V18184418 1B/1818] daughter of John Tunks
and Esther Arndell

Early Years:
Samuel was orphaned in 1820 and he and his brother David were admitted to the Orphan
school on 16th November 1820. Younger brother Jeremiah was admitted on 28th December
1820. Thomas Ogden of Nothern Boundary was listed as their next of kin.
On 8th December 1823 Samuel along with William London absconded from the orphan school.
William was flogged as it was his thrid offence but there is no record of Samuel punishment

Marriage: In 1834 at St John's Parramatta [ref V18341103 18/1834]


Children:

John Ogden
baptised 1835 [ref V1835868 19/1835]   May have married Ann Walker 1853   

James Ogden baptised 1839 [ref V1839764 23A/1839]  

Esther Ogden baptised 1841 [ref V1841901 25A/1841]  Married John Lewis 1858, Parramatta

David Ogden baptised 1843 [ref V1843802 27A/1843] . Married Elizabeth Finnamore - see
above

Alfred Augustus Odgen
 baptised 1846 [ref V18461207 31A/1846]  Died 1866 [ref 5842] SMH:
Death -On the 9th instant, at his father's residence, ALFRED AUGUSTUS,   fourth son of Mr.
SAMUEL OGDEN, aged 20 years.
SMH: FUNERAL.—The Friends of Mr. SAMUEL OGDEN are invited to attend the funeral of his
late son, ALFRED AUGUSTUS ; to move from his residence, Pennant Hills, on SATURDAY, the
10th instant, at
2 o'clock. JAMES WILLIS, Undertaker.

Elizabeth Ogden baptised 1848 [ref V18481064 33A/1848]   Married James Catt 1869,
Parramatta.   

Sarah Ogden baptised 1852 [ref V18521195 38A/1852]  

Robert Cartwright Ogden born about 1855 [as per death in 1890 ref 6890] No birth/baptism
found. Married
Mary A Hathaway 1885.

Samuel E Ogden born 1857 [ref 9428/1857]   Parramatta.  Married Ellen J Booker 1881. Died
1896 ref 11187]  

Maria Ogden born 1859 [ref 10872/1859] at Parramatta. Married John Annetts in 1879.
SMH:
ANNETTS - OGDEN.-February 4, at St. Paul's Church, Pennant Hills, by the Rev. H. H.
Britten. John Annetts, of Parramatta, youngest son of William Annetts, market gardener, to Maria
Ogden, youngest daughter of the late Samuel Ogden, Esq., farmer, Field of Mars.
Maria died in
1880 along with infant daughter Emily Eva.



Newspaper references:

SMH date 6th June 1846:
The Council then opened lenders for the supply of road metal, when
the offer of Mr. Samuel Ogden to deliver stone from the Pennant Hill Quarry, at the Parramatta
Gaol, (where it is be [sic] broken by the hard-labour confines) at the rate of 3s. 6d. per ton, was
accepted.


SMH dated 7th July 1848: Samuel Ogden was indicted for stealing, at Pennant Hills, a
quantity of stone,  the property of J. W. Curran.  Not guilty ; discharged. The prisoner was
defended by Mr, Holroyd, who, on the termination of the trial, made application for a copy of the
proceedings, which was refused by the Court.

Deaths:
Samuel, son of James died at Gladesville in 1878 [ref 9422/1878]
Maria, daughter of [unknown Tunks and Esther A, died Parramatta 1885  [ref 8381/1885]

Will:
SMH dated 15th November 1885: Last Friday was tho usual day for general motions, but almost
all the whole of tho time was taken up with a long and technical argument upon the construction
of Borne words in the will of Mr. Samuel Ogden. These words are simple enough, being just
these, "my sons," "my daughters," "my children," and "as aforesaid." People generally 'detest
legal verbiage and the endless repetition of " tho said " this and " the said " that ; but here tho
destination of an enormous property depends upon the proper position of tho above words " as
aforesaid." In this case there were several children of the testator, some specially mentioned in
his will and some not, and the question was whether tho latter should take any benefit under the
will in the case of the children specially mentioned dying. Tho Court said that tho construction of
the words "as aforesaid " depended upon tho context in which they happened to occur. In that
portion of tho will immediately preceding tho paragraph now under consideration there was a
clear intention to give tho property to two sons, two daughters, and a grandson ; in the event of
their dying, to " the survivors of my children as aforesaid," i.e, to the survivors of those children
specifically mentioned. Tho other children, therefore, will take nothing.
Last Update 3rd December 2013