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Okey, Francis, waterman, 1614
Oliver, John, 1642
Orchard (Archard), Hugh, lighterman, 1607      

Organ, Elizabeth, widow, 1634
Osborne, Edward, tailor, 1572
Owen, John, waterman, 1649

Ockey, Francis, of Paris Garden, St Saviour, waterman.  Testator affirmed his will with a mark not a signature.  A bequest to the poor. 
Date written:  none recorded; testator sick. 
Date proved:  1614 September 16. 
Family members named:  Elizabeth his wife.  Richard and John his brothers.  His uncle John Ockey's sister in Herefordshire. 
Others named:  Thomas Organ in Paris Garden Lane.  William Palmer, his very good friend near Temple Bar, London, to have his bows and arrows. 
Executor:  Elizabeth his wife. 
Overseers:  William Palmer and William Ockey. 
Witnesses:  Robert Owin; Robert Eyves. 
[Reference:  LMA, DW/PA/7/9 ff.78r-v and DW/PA/5/1614/82; from an abstract by Cliff Webb, v.9 no.118]. 

Oliver, John, of St Saviour.  Testator signed his will John Amor X. 
Date written:  none recorded. 
Date proved:  1642 May 24. 
Family members named:  Sarah Springbat his cousin, to receive his pay of the ?Hoop and ??? ('Hoopynterrinc') from 10 December 1641.  No other legatees. 
Executor:  Sarah Springbat his cousin; no overseers named. 
Witnesses:  Thomas Goold; Elizabeth Goold. 
[Reference:  LMA, DW/PA/7/13 f.221v and DW/PA/5/1642/3; from an abstract by Cliff Webb, v.13 no.501]. 

Orchard (Archard), Hugh, of St Saviour, lighterman.  Nuncupative will.  Testator died on Christmas Eve, 1607, and made his will ‘about a sennight before’. 
Date declared: 1607 December ?18. 
Date proved:  1607 December 24. 
Family members named:  none. 
Others named:  his friend James Kidden of St Saviour, who is to have all his part of a lighter, which he late bought, called the John. 
Executor:  none named.  Administration granted 24 December 1607 to James Kidden, creditor. 
Witnesses:  none named. 
[Reference:  LMA, DW/PA/7/7, f.527.  Abstracted in SAC v.7 no.993]. 

Organ, Elizabeth, of St Saviour, widow.  Testator is sick in body. 
Date written:  1634 July 14. 
Date proved:  1634 July 25. 
Family members named:  Esther Richardson her daughter, wife of Anthony Richardson; he to have her rod, a pair of sculls, and a grapnel.  Richard Richardson and Sarah Richardson, her grandchildren, to inherit the residue, the money to be invested for them until they are 21.  No other legatees. 
Others named:  none. 
Executors: Richard Richardson and Sarah Richardson.  Administration granted to Esther Richardson, during minority of executors. 
Overseers:  John Edge, waterman; James Davies, tailor. 
Witnesses:  Katherine Lane (her mark); Bridget Forman (her mark); Thomas Alcock. 
[Reference:  LMA, DW/PA/7/12 ff.230v-231r and DW/PA/5/1634/761; from an abstract by Cliff Webb, v.12 no.419]. 

Osborne, Edward, of St Saviour, tailor. 
Date written:  1572 October 30. 
Date proved:  1572 December 5. 
Family members named:  Elizabeth his wife.  John Osborne his brother.  Joan and Ann Osborne his sisters. 
Others named:  Mr Bottom in Coleman Street.  Thomas Holidaie, mason. 
Executor:  Elizabeth his wife.  No overseers named. 
Witnesses:  Richard Harman, curate, ‘wth diuers others as his sisters & his keper’. 
[Reference:  TNA, Prob.11/54, f.308r (register copy).] 

Owen, John, of St Saviour, waterman.  Nuncupative will. 
Date declared: 1649 August 30 or thereabouts. 
Date proved:  1649 September 12. 
Family members named:  Katherine Owen his wife.  His underage children, three daughters and one son, unnamed. 
Others named:  John Holmby his servant. 
Executor:  Katherine Owen his wife; no overseers named. 
Witnesses:  John Classie; Faith Saunders (her mark). 
[Reference:  TNA, Prob.11/209, f.113r (register copy).]