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View Tree for Edmond OngEdmond Ong (b. June 13, 1568, d. June 07, 1630)

Edmond Ong (son of Edmond Ong and Elizabeth Ladyman)1193, 1194 was born June 13, 1568 in Levenham Suffork England1195, 1196, and died June 07, 1630 in Watertown Middlesex Co. MA1197, 1198. He married Frances Reed on April 08, 1602 in Brent Eleigh, Suffolk England1199.

 Includes NotesNotes for Edmond Ong:
[ong.FTW]

William G. Bilton 925 River Haven Circle, Birmingham AL 35244 DrWm@concentric.net
John L. Sawyer 6033 Lyndhurst Dr. San Angelo TX 76901-5233 SAWYERJL@AOL.COM
M. Joanne Petrik 7404 Elana Dr. Bryans Road MD 20616 (301)3759107 Has Ong Family History written by Dr. Albert R. Ong & Ong Family Bibles.
Virginia Billing10301 Befdford Ct. NW, Seattle WA 98177 LOBILLING@WORLDNET.ATT.NET
Some sources say he died in Watertown, Middlesex MA
there is no record of Edmond's in Massachusetts Bay but there is a death record of Edmond Onge in England in 1630
The American Ongs emigrated in 1630-31 as Puritans but migrated to Quaker beliefs by the late 17th century, and actively participated in this movement until the late 19th century. They were pioneer settlers of Western Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio, and parts further west (including Ong, Nebraska)
Sources:
The Planters of the Commonwealth, p.92-3 Charles Edward Banks
New England Marriages Prior to 1700 p.196 Clarence Almon Torrey
The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England 1620 - 1633 Vol II, p.1360-1363[154177.GED]

William G. Bilton 925 River Haven Circle, Birmingham AL 35244 DrWm@concentric.net
John L. Sawyer 6033 Lyndhurst Dr. San Angelo TX 76901-5233 SAWYERJL@AOL.COM
M. Joanne Petrik 7404 Elana Dr. Bryans Road MD 20616 (301)3759107 Has Ong Family History written by Dr. Albert R. Ong & Ong Family Bibles.
Virginia Billing10301 Befdford Ct. NW, Seattle WA 98177 LOBILLING@WORLDNET.ATT.NET
Some sources say he died in Watertown, Middlesex MA
there is no record of Edmond's in Massachusetts Bay but there is a death record of Edmond Onge in England in 1630
The American Ongs emigrated in 1630-31 as Puritans but migrated to Quaker beliefs by the late 17th century, and actively participated in this movement until the late 19th century. They were pioneer settlers of Western Pennsylvania, Eastern Ohio, and parts further west (including Ong, Nebraska)
Sources:
The Planters of the Commonwealth, p.92-3 Charles Edward Banks
New England Marriages Prior to 1700 p.196 Clarence Almon Torrey
The Great Migration Begins, Immigrants to New England 1620 - 1633 Vol II, p.1360-1363

More About Edmond Ong and Frances Reed:
Marriage: April 08, 1602, Brent Eleigh, Suffolk England.1199

 Includes NotesMarriage Notes for Edmond Ong and Frances Reed:
[ong.FTW]

Some facts about the English Ongs which Frances and her children left behind:
Edmond/Edmund Onge was born in 1568m in Lavenham. His father Edmond/Edmund was born in 1537 and married Elizabeth Ladyman in 1562, all in Lavenham, England.
Edmund & Frances had at least two children born in Lavenham, but only two are certain to have made the crossing

We can confirm that most but not all of Edmond & Frances' children died in infancy or childhood
The oldest child Mary b. 1606 sailed to Boston separately in 1634, and an Edmund, who may or may not be a son of Edmund and Frances, went to Cambridge MA in 1629/30.[154177.GED]

Some facts about the English Ongs which Frances and her children left behind:
Edmond/Edmund Onge was born in 1568m in Lavenham. His father Edmond/Edmund was born in 1537 and married Elizabeth Ladyman in 1562, all in Lavenham, England.
Edmund & Frances had at least two children born in Lavenham, but only two are certain to have made the crossing

We can confirm that most but not all of Edmond & Frances' children died in infancy or childhood
The oldest child Mary b. 1606 sailed to Boston separately in 1634, and an Edmund, who may or may not be a son of Edmund and Frances, went to Cambridge MA in 1629/30.

Children of Edmond Ong and Frances Reed are:
  1. +Isaac Ong, Sr., b. July 01, 1627, Parish Register Lavenham Suffolk England1200, 1201, 1202, 1202, 1203, d. June 13, 1696, ShrewsburyMansfield TWSP Burlington Co NJ1204, 1205, 1206, 1206, 1207.
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