Anne (or Ann) Golding is mentioned in the genealogy “Descendents of William Thorne” (http://thorn.pair.com/williamthorne1/index.htm) as the wife of Gilbert Thorn...Gilbert was Town Clerk of North Castle, Westchester, New York, during the American revolution. Susannah Thorn, a daughter of the union is mentioned in Gilbert’s will (New York Genealogical and Biographical Record Vol 55, page 30) as the wife of Joseph Ogden and (Vol 56, page 126) as the mother of Daniel Ogden. From the already noted William Thorne Genealogy, Anne is attributed a 2 June 1733 birth and a 4 December 1803 death. The presence of a second wife, Charity Brundage, coupled with Anne’s death date, raises questions concerning the length of the Anne/Gilbert union and the reason(s) for its demise.
Although as yet undocumented, I suspect Anne is somehow linked to the family of Thomas Golden, a son of Ephram, who was also a resident of North Castle in the days leading up to and during the Revolution and had children of an age range that could easily accommodate Anne.
and...I suspect the "Ogden" listed as Susannah's husband (and father of Daniel) in the above-referenced Genealogy is Joseph Ogden Jr. (bef 1750 NY - aft 1820 PA).
Daniel was born circa 1770 and died in Herrick, Susquehanna, PA in 1844.
and again...Gilbert's Will also refers to Susannah and her children implying that Daniel had siblings.