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Ockanickon. Indian sachem at Burlington, about 1680. Budd’s Good Order Established in Pennsilvania and New- Jersey in America, 1685, Gowans’s Reprint, New York, 1685, p. 64; Burrows Brothers Reprint. Cleveland, 1902, p. 67; Smith s N. J., 148.

Oheloakhi. Indian deed, Nov. 28, 1701. See Wiequahila.

Ohwsilopp, Indian Sachim, May 30, 1709. See Mahwtatatt.

Okanickkon, 393. Indian deed, Oct. 10, 1677. See Ahtahkones.

Okeyman, 639. Indian deed, June 16, 1703. See Awisham.

Okonycan. See Alpoongan.

Olamoeerinck. Indian deed, June 4, 1687. See Mecoppy.

Olamonossecunk. Indian deed, June 4, 1687. See Mecoppy.

Olomosecunck, 196. Indian deed, Dec. 16, 1689. See Hiphockanoway.

Onachpong. Indian deed, July 29, 1702. See Tapehow.

Onachponguam. Indian deed, July 29, 1702. See Tapehow.

Onagepunk (Onagaponk), 230. Indian deed, June 6, 1695. See Taepgan. Indians of N. J., 112.

Onatagh, 17. Indian deed, May 19, 1671. See Assawakow.

Onoragquin, 17. Indian deed, May 19, 1671. See Assawakow.

Opollonwhen, Indian King, deceased, and his two brothers, Teaunis and Moonis. Deed of gift, October 8, 1740, from John Wills, for 242 acres in the forks of the Rancocas or Northampton River, Burlington County, to the children of said Opollon when and his two brothers, “and their generations, offspring, stock, or kindred, and to each of them as the said land may descend according to the custom used among the said Indians forevermore.” Hist. Burlington and Mercer Counties, 1883, p. 419; Lib. EE, West Jersey Deeds, p. 76. (These Indians were a remnant of what were locally known as the axem, or Quakeson, Indians, whose village was about a mile and a If southwest of the present Vincentown.)

Oragnap, 230. Indian deed, June 6, 1695. See Taepan. Indians of N. J., 112.

Orandawaco. Indian deed, Dec. 31, 1701. See Tapehou.

Oranddaqua. Indian deed, Dec. 31, 1701. See Tapehou.

Oratamin, “Sachem of the savages living at Achkinhes-hacky” (Hackensack), party to a treaty of peace with the Dutch, April 22, 1643. N. Y. Col Docs., XIII., 14; Indians of N. J., 104.

Oratamin, a chief of the Hackensacks in 1649. N. Y. Col. Docs., XIII., 25; Indians of N. J., 105.

Oratamy, “chief of Achkinkehacky,” with Pacham and Pennekeck, parties to a treaty with the Dutch, in 1645. N. Y – Col. Docs., XIII., 25; Indians of N. J., 105.

Oratan, Sachem of Hackensack, 8. Patent, June 24, 1669, to Mrs. Sarah Kiersted, for a neck of land given to her by Oratan, the Sachem of Hackensack, and lying between Hackensack river and Overpeck,s creek, 2260 acres. Quite an extended biographical sketch of this chief is given in “Indians of New Jersey,” 104-109. He is also called Oratam, Oratamy, Oratamin, Oraton. Oraton, an Indian Sagamore, one of those who treated for the sale of the site of Newark, in 1666, “being very old” then. Elizabethtown Bill in Chancery, 118.

Osolowhenia. Indian deed, Sept. 19, 1745. See Teanish.

Ourapakomun. Indian deed, Aug. 13, 1708. See Taphaow.

Ourapo (signed Ourapakomun). Indian deed, Aug. 13, 1708. See Taphaow.

Oweeneno. Indian deed, Aug. 8, 1700. See Nantzechena.

Owonomus. Indian deed, Dec. 31, 1701. See Tapehou.

Owramokan, Ouramokon. Indian deed, Aug. 13, 1708. See Taphaow.

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