Ogilvie, John (1), Dd
Ogilvie, John (1), D.D., an early Episcopal minister in America, was born in New York in 1722, and passed A.B. in Yale College in 1748. Soon after he went on a mission to the Mohawks, and to the Episcopal Church at Albany; and for more than ten years prosecuted his efforts in behalf of the Indians. On the breaking out of the war with France he became chaplain to the Royal American Regiment, and in 1764 was appointed assistant minister to Trinity Church, New York. He died Nov. 26, 1774. See Sprague, Annals of the Amer. Pulpit, v. 134.