Anne Ogle

F, #2531
Father*Thomas Ogle b. 1706, d. 23 Dec 1771
Mother*Catherine Howard
 Anne Ogle was the daughter of Thomas Ogle and Catherine Howard
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Annie Ogle

F, #2578
Father*John R. Ogle b. 8 Feb 1858, d. 2 Mar 1903
Mother*Annie V. Woody b. 1862
 Annie Ogle was the daughter of John R. Ogle and Annie V. Woody
MARRIAGE* She married Dr. Atkins
Married Name Her married name was Atkins. 

Family

Dr. Atkins
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Annie A. M. Ogle

F, #2562, b. 15 November 1862, d. 20 January 1863
Father*Rezin (Pap) Horatio Ogle b. 14 Aug 1814, d. 11 May 1904
Mother*Margaret Wells b. 30 May 1830, d. 5 Mar 1899
Birth*15 November 1862 Annie A. M. Ogle was born on 15 November 1862. 
 She was the daughter of Rezin (Pap) Horatio Ogle and Margaret Wells
Death*20 January 1863 She died on 20 January 1863. 
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Benjamin Ogle

M, #2457, b. 20 November 1715
Father*Thomas Ogle b. c 1672, d. s 1734
Mother*Mary Crawford b. c 1671, d. 1720
MARRIAGE* Benjamin Ogle married an unknown person.  
MARRIAGE* He married Agnes (?) 
Birth*20 November 1715 He was born on 20 November 1715 at Ogletown, DE. 
 He was the son of Thomas Ogle and Mary Crawford

Family 1

Agnes (?)
Children

Family 2

Children
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Benjamin Ogle

M, #2492
Father*Captain James Ogle b. 1 Jun 1753, d. 1830
Mother*Mary Biggs
 Benjamin Ogle was the son of Captain James Ogle and Mary Biggs
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Benjamin Ogle

M, #2510
Father*Ensign William Ogle b. 18 Apr 1751, d. 1810
Mother*Mary Cresap
 Benjamin Ogle was the son of Ensign William Ogle and Mary Cresap
MARRIAGE* He married an unknown person.  

Family

Child
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Benjamin Ogle

M, #2528
Father*Thomas Ogle b. 1706, d. 23 Dec 1771
Mother*Catherine Howard
 Benjamin Ogle was the son of Thomas Ogle and Catherine Howard
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Benjamin Ogle

M, #2540, b. after 1790, d. circa 1822
Father*Major Benjamin Ogle b. 13 Jan 1746, d. 6 Sep 1813
Mother*Rebecca Stilley d. 22 Nov 1821
Birth*after 1790 Benjamin Ogle was born after 1790. 
 He was the son of Major Benjamin Ogle and Rebecca Stilley
Death*circa 1822 He died circa 1822. 
Probate*29 July 1822 His estate was probated on 29 July 1822. 
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Benjamin Ogle

M, #2611
Father*John (Jehu) Ogle b. 5 Aug 1731
Mother*Ruth Beall b. 1741
 Benjamin Ogle was the son of John (Jehu) Ogle and Ruth Beall
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Benjamin Ogle

M, #2618
Father*Benjamin Ogle b. 20 Nov 1715
Mother*Agnes (?)
 Benjamin Ogle was the son of Benjamin Ogle and Agnes (?) 
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Benjamin Ogle1

M, #2669
Father*Samuel Ogle
 Benjamin Ogle was the son of Samuel Ogle
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Citations

  1. [S5] Sir Henry A. Ogle, Ogle and Bothal.

Major Benjamin Ogle

M, #2480, b. 13 January 1746, d. 6 September 1813
Father*Joseph Ogle b. 1705
Mother*Sarah Winters d. c 1780
ChartsHerman Charles Vollmer
ReferenceB-88
Birth*13 January 1746 Major Benjamin Ogle was born on 13 January 1746 at Frederick, MD.1 
 He was the son of Joseph Ogle and Sarah Winters
MARRIAGE*1 October 1776 He married Rebecca Stilley, daughter of Peter Stilley and Mary (?), on 1 October 1776 Date of 1776 given by Jean Godwin of Ogle Society 11-99. 
Death*6 September 1813  Note I believe these comments are best attached to Benjamin's son, but until I have time to study it further am leaving them here - mvw 2007

He was one of the appointed executors of the will of Rebecca Stilley Ogle and stated, "do renounce all my right of title and claim to the executorship, accordingly desiring at the same time that letters of administration be granted to Ezra Mantz of Frederick County" dated and signed November 28, 1821.
Later he moved to Georgetown and fought in the War of 1812-1814. He was educated in Frederick Maryland, but moved to Georgetown (once a part of Maryland) as an apprentice to Mr. Thomas Hyde in his tannery busniness. Mr. Hyde was a close friend of Major Benjamin Ogle. The following is taken from a letter that his sister - in-law, Catherine Clements wrote to Ambrose L. Ogle in response to a request for family information:
Well my child its a great any years since I lived with your grandfather, You must know that when sister "Polly" ( a family nick-name for Mary, married your grandfather Horace Ogle. I went to live with them. They were considered the most handsome couple in Georgetown, (now West Washington) at that time and your grandfather was I think the proudest man I ever knew.
From what I heard during the time I was living with your grandfather, his father's name was Benjamin and he kept a dry goods and general merchandise store in Frederick, Md. Your grandfather had one brother named Eli and another named Benjainin, after whom your Uncle Benjamin was named. He also had a sister whose name was Elizabeth. I do not remember having seen any of your grandfather's relations except his brother Benjamin who I think must have been the youngest child of the family. He (Benjamin) made frequent visits to Washington to see his brother Horace and I have always supposed from the earnest conversations that passed between them that there was some important business connected with the visits. What his business was, however, I never understood or at least do not remember now; but you must remember child that has been a long, long time ago -~ nigh four score years. His brother ( Benjamin) often invited your grandfather to accompany him to Fredericktown~ but he,(grandfather), seemed indignant at these invitations and often remarked that he would never ask them for anything. During the war (1812) , however, while he (grandfather) was in service, Sister Polly received regular remittances of gold coin - and my child gold was gold then - as well as provisions and clothing from ~ his people in Frederick. These remittances were kept up during Sister Polly's entire period of gestation and for some time after the birth of your. Father (Rezin). Here the old lady waxed eloquent, referring to father's birth she said: "Will I ever forget that night (August 14, 1814); there lay Sister Polly in the agonies of travail while from the window could be seen the Capitol in flame. Despite the~ efforts of the kind old doctor and dear old Aunt "Winnie~ (the nurse), it seemed impossible to exclude the lurid glare, the red streaked sky and agonizing yells of horror that0 seemed to bid defiance to paturition and the kind old doctor's effort."
(Her graphic description of this night of horror is beyond the power to depict - no pen could do it justice; not tongue could. reproduce it, unless assisted by a memory of the scene)
But my child, I have quite drifted from my theme. You must know that your grandfather left his house in Frederick under quite delicate circumstances and I trust my frank relation of them since it is by your request, will not give offense. From what I could understand your grandfather fell in love with a pretty servant girl who was at that time in his father's employ. This proud and dignified parent could never suffer their son to form a marital alliance with their domestic menial, and finding that the boy was bent, upon his purpose, and their efforts to restrain him were useless they resolved upon the plan to send him to Georgetown (West Washington) where he was bound as an apprentice to Mr. Thomas Hyde ( a former resident of Frederick and warm personal friend of his (grandfather's) father ) in the tanning and currying business. My father lived directly opposite the tannery and there it was that sister Polly first became acquainted with your grandfather, an acquaintance which ultimately ended. in their union, and this, strange to say he did precisely what his parents had endeavored to prevent him from doing , that is marrying a poor girl. Upon the death of his (Horace's) father, he went to Frederick to attend the funeral. He was mentioned as one of the executors or administrators of the will I think which I also think he declined in favor of his brother (whether this brother was Eli or Benjamin the old lady did not state and as she has now passed from earth the information is beyond ascertainment unless the testatory documents on file in Frederick would show this) His father I understood died very suddenly if indeed he was not found dead in bed. Of your grand£ather's mother I heard but very little which must have been very unimportant as I have not the slightest remembrances of any incident connected with her life, not even do I remember having heard her first name.
Your grandfather's uncle Eli also died suddenly so I understood somewhat after the mannerof his father's death, apoplexy I suppose.     -
Of your grandfather's sister Elizabeth I also know but little save that I remember having seen some specimens of the most handsome artistic- needle embroidery which bore her initials and which were said to have been executed by her. From what I could understand her mind became impaired and she was sent to place called Bethlehem or Betheney (I am not certain about the .orthography of the word, but the phonetic impression upon the ear was Beth er-ni) which at that time was celebrated for it s excellent sanitarium for the insane. I never heard whether she recovered or not but suppose (and it is simply supposition) that she died there. I believe my- child that I have related all the incidents 'that I remember, which occurred previous to the childhood of your father. What has occurred since he can as well if not better inform you than myself. You might remark to your inquiring friend Dr. Todd that I consider the Ogle Family the proudest flesh and blood I ever knew. If I can call to mind anything not here enumerated or give you any further information I will be pleased to do so at some subsequent interview.

REMARKS made by Ambrose L. Ogle regarding Catherine Clements
I found this old lady tottering beneath the cares sad sorrows of nigh four score and ten, to be one of the most remarkable personages I ever met. Congenial and pleasant, educated and refined, possessing a nice vocabulary an eloquent delivery, a most lively imagination and above all the most wonderful power to vividly portray the many interesting incidents of the past decades. Her knowledge of the past and store of general information seemed inexhaustible and I therefore feel confident that the accompanying statement contains all the information relative to the family current at the time, for in my opinion she was the most wonderful and reliable authority that could be consulted.
Yours truly, Ambrose L. Ogle. 
Biography*  Benjamin Ogle served as a Vestryman of All Saints Episcopal Church from 1801 to 1807.
See: Vol.11 Page 428 and 426 Maryland Archives
Vol 11 Page 53 Maryland Historical Magazine According to Maryland Records by Brumbaugh he voted for George Murdock the Dem/Rep candidate in the election of 1796. Interestingly, two brothers, James and Joseph voted for the Federalist candidate in this same election.2 
Employment*  Records from the Maryland Historical Society show that Benjamin Ogle was in business at his dry goods store on Patrick Street in Frederick for many years. His town house was across the street on the site of the present Francis Scott Key Hotel.2 
MILITARY*1776  He served first as a Captain in the Upper District of Frederick County Militia and his younger brother, James Ogle, was Ensign in the same regiment. Later in 1776 on May 15 after Benjamin had been commissioned Major, James was appointed Captain to take his place.2 

Family

Rebecca Stilley d. 22 November 1821
MARRIAGE*1 October 1776 He married Rebecca Stilley, daughter of Peter Stilley and Mary (?), on 1 October 1776 Date of 1776 given by Jean Godwin of Ogle Society 11-99. 
Children
Last Edited11 May 2007

Citations

  1. [S373] Brumbaugh, Earliest Records All Saints.
  2. [S456] Mary Durkin Carey, "MDC notes."

Benjamin Brook Ogle

M, #3878, b. 1855
Father*Benjamin Roumanis.. Ogle b. 23 Feb 1824, d. a 1890
Mother*Anna Virginia Nelson
Birth*1855 Benjamin Brook Ogle was born in 1855.1 
 He was the son of Benjamin Roumanis.. Ogle and Anna Virginia Nelson
Death*1872 He was #R3 CENSUS in 1872.2 
Last Edited16 Feb 2004

Citations

  1. [S54] 1860 Census;.
  2. [S544] Jim Patrick, "Ogle Discussion," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, February 2004.

Benjamin Franklin Ogle

M, #2512
Father*Benjamin Ogle
ParentSir Robert Bertram of Bothal_(Castle)
 Benjamin Franklin Ogle was the son of Benjamin Ogle
MARRIAGE* He married an unknown person.  

Family

Child
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Benjamin Roumanis.. Ogle1

M, #2547, b. 23 February 1824, d. after 1890
Father*Horatio (Horace) Ogle b. c 1789, d. 4 Sep 1831
Mother*Mary Ellen Shipley b. 10 Jan 1786, d. 10 Jan 1871
MARRIAGE* Benjamin Roumanis.. Ogle married Anna Virginia Nelson
Birth*23 February 1824 He was born on 23 February 1824. 
 He was the son of Horatio (Horace) Ogle and Mary Ellen Shipley
Death*after 1890 He died after 1890 He is shown as a painter in the 1890 City Directory.2 
Employment*1853  In 1853 at House Painter, Washington, D.C., Ogle, Benjamin, painter, w side Frederick, btw 3d and 4th, Georgetown. 
INCARCERATED*1858  In 1858 at Washington, D.C., The 1860 census shows him in jail since 1858. Evidentaly he was released by 1861 as he fathered a child born in 1862 as well as served in the war according to family stories.
Here's a note from the internet: I've been taking a little break from the genealogy bit for a while, but am now picking it back up. I wanted to tell you that I did some research as to why Benjamini Ogle was in jail, and I came across a census or something that said it was for manslaughter. I don't believe he was in jail for long, maybe about two years or so, because he was back with his family soon thereafter. Maybe involuntary manslaughter. That's all I've been able to find out. Kathy Fitzgerald Graphics RST Marketing, Inc.3 
CENSUS1860*1860 He appeared on the census in 1860 at Washington, D.C; Benjamin is shown in jail serving time for manslaughter. His family is shown living elsewhere.4 
CENSUS1870*1870 He appeared on the census in 1870 at Washington, D.C; Benjamin is out of jail and living with his family.5 
CENSUS1880*1880 He appeared on the Census in 1880.6 
Residence*1889 He lived in 1889 at 3402 N St. NW, Washington, D.C..7 
Anecdote*15 October 1897  On 15 October 1897 Letter from Ambrose L. Ogle (at that time bookkeeper for W.T. & F. B. Weaver, 1208. 32nd St., Washington, D. C. ).Date Oct 15, 1897 To: Dr. S S. Todd, Kansas City, ~Mo.
Uncle Benjamin as I remember him was 6'2",weighed about 175 lbs and was considerably bent, seeming slow in his movements, yet somehow not slow either. It is said. that in his prime he was the most powerful, physically, of the three brothers, and must have weighed at least 190 lbs. He had a good common school education, was very fond of reading, but mostly confined himself to newspapers; war reminiscences etc tho he had many of the undeveloped traits of father and was fond of the Bible.
He was a veteran of the Mexican and Civil Wars, from his service in which he attributed his physical enervation as compared to father. His education was by no means as good as fathers, though much better then Uncle Columbus' - a fact that shows plainly the altered circumstances of the family and its natural result. he and father were very devoted to each other to the time of his death and scarcely a night passed that he was not at our house from dark to ten o'clock. He was kind hearted and joky and was particularly fond of me. His eyes were somewhat bad. 

Family

Anna Virginia Nelson
MARRIAGE* He married Anna Virginia Nelson
Children
Last Edited21 Nov 2007

Citations

  1. [S398] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  2. [S397] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  3. [S54] 1860 Census;.
  4. [S54] 1860 Census;, Jail was located in the 7th ward. on p. 939.
  5. [S55] 1870 Census;, Page 29.
  6. [S56] 1880 Census;, He is shown with daughter and son. No wife listed.
  7. [S562] Boyd, Boyd's Washington.
  8. [S55] 1870 Census;.
  9. [S544] Jim Patrick, "Ogle Discussion," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, February 2004.
  10. [S55] 1870 Census;, In addition there is a Joseph E. under one year listed as being black. Do not know if this is error or an orphan they took in.

Bessie Blanche Ogle1,2

F, #3880, b. 1867
BESSIE BLANCH OGLE
BESSIE BLANCHE OGLE
Father*Benjamin Roumanis.. Ogle1 b. 23 Feb 1824, d. a 1890
Mother*Anna Virginia Nelson1
Birth*1867 Bessie Blanche Ogle was born in 1867 at Washington, D.C..1 
 She was the daughter of Benjamin Roumanis.. Ogle and Anna Virginia Nelson.1 
Married Name Her married name was Thompson. 
CENSUS1880*1880 She appeared on the Census in 1880.3 
Last Edited7 Jan 2006

Citations

  1. [S55] 1870 Census;, In addition there is a Joseph E. under one year listed as being black. Do not know if this is error or an orphan they took in.
  2. [S544] Jim Patrick, "Ogle Discussion," e-mail to Margot Woodrough, February 2004.
  3. [S56] 1880 Census;, She is living with father and brother. No mother listed.

Blanch Ogle

F, #3887, b. 1880
Father*William F. Ogle b. 1851
Mother*Margaret Dunn b. 1850
Birth*1880 Blanch Ogle was born in 1880. 
 She was the daughter of William F. Ogle and Margaret Dunn
Last Edited16 Feb 2004

Captain Henry Ogle of Eglingham

M, #2430, b. 19 July 1600, d. circa 1669
Father*Luke of Eglingham Ogle d. 29 Oct 1604
Mother*Isabella Craster b. 1581
ReferenceB-2816
MARRIAGE* Captain Henry Ogle of Eglingham married Jane Forster, daughter of N. Forster
Birth*19 July 1600 He was born on 19 July 1600.1,2 
 He was the son of Luke of Eglingham Ogle and Isabella Craster
Death*circa 1669 He died circa 1669.1 
Biography*  "Henry Ogle of Eglingham was born in 1600, for he was four a a half years old on the 19th of January, 1605... In 1643 he was one of the sequestrators for land, for the parliament, and on the 29th of November, 1644, was a deputy lieutenant for the county... He was a strong parliamentarian and in 1650... he entertained Cromwell in Eglingham, and the room where his guest slept is still standing at the Hall... He was a representative for the county in the Little Parliament 1653, and was again returned as such on the 4th of September, 1654... Henry's name occurs frequently as Captain Henry Ogle in State Papers, and he seems to have been very active...it...seems probable that prior to the Restoration in 1660 he made over some of his property in case he should have been deprived, but however that may be, on the 20th of June, 1668, he entailed his property on his two grandchildren, with remainder to his own sons. He probably died in 1669. (Ogle and Bothal.)
OGLE MAP
Note* He Top oPosted by: Phillip Ogle
Date: March 06, 2001 at 11:08:48

In Reply to: Ogle Manor House in England by JUDY OGLE EDWARDS
of 1565 
Judy, I visited Northumberland 10 yrs. ago. The people who own Ogle Castle now are John and Boddil Bonas. I don't have the address for Ogle Castle, but suppose once you get there you could contact them to see if they would give you a tour. I didn't get in the Castle when I visited, I just drove up the drive and knocked at the door but no one answered. Yes, I played the "pushy American tourist" I would never have thought of doing something like that here in the States, but I was "bound and determined" to make the attempt once I arrived in Northumberland. I did luckily get a tour of Eglingham Hall where our John Ogle of Delaware's family lived. The owner at that time was April Potts. She was very gracious and gave me a tour of the downstairs of the Manor House. She was interested in the Ogle info that I had. I also walked up to the door of Bothal Castle. The maid who answered the door was very nice but she was amazed that I had gotten close enough to even knock! It seems the gardener is under instructions to chase off any uninvited intruder. She was urgently pressing me to leave quickly since the day before the gardener had chased off (with the dogs)another group of visiting Ogles! After she closed the door she quickly opened it again and gave me a small booklet on the history of the Castle. Bothal is still owned by the Duke of Portlands family and is used for some sort of business retreat. The Chapel at Bothal was closed for renovation so I couldn't get inside there either. But the Chapel at Eglingham was open and also Whalton Church close to Ogle. So I did get to see the tombstones of our ancestors at those locations. There are also several Ogles buried in Westminister Abbey. The Duke of Newcastle has a monument there and then the Ogle heiress who married the Earl of Shresbury has a large monument there. Some Ogle's I knew who visited Westminister talked to one of the employees there and got a personal tour of other Ogle sites within the Abbey. Hexam's Abbey also has some Ogle monuments. Anyway I hope some of this has been of help to you. I would be most interested in hearing about your trip when you return. It is a very moving experience to stand where our Ogle ancestors stood all those hundreds of years ago! Phillip Ogle.

 

Family

Jane Forster
Child
Last Edited12 Nov 2007

Citations

  1. [S5] Sir Henry A. Ogle, Ogle and Bothal.
  2. [S605] Unknown subject unknown record type, by unknown photographer.

Catherine Ogle1

F, #2503
Father*Thomas Ogle b. 23 Jan 1749
Mother*Sibylla Schley
 Catherine Ogle was the daughter of Thomas Ogle and Sibylla Schley
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Citations

  1. [S388] Unknown subject unknown repository.

Catherine Ogle

F, #2526
Father*Thomas Ogle b. 1706, d. 23 Dec 1771
Mother*Catherine Howard
 Catherine Ogle was the daughter of Thomas Ogle and Catherine Howard
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Catherine Ogle

F, #2544, b. 4 November 1823
Father*Horatio (Horace) Ogle b. c 1789, d. 4 Sep 1831
Mother*Mary Ellen Shipley b. 10 Jan 1786, d. 10 Jan 1871
Birth*4 November 1823 Catherine Ogle was born on 4 November 1823 at Georgetown, Washington, D.C.. 
 She was the daughter of Horatio (Horace) Ogle and Mary Ellen Shipley
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Charles Ogle

M, #2466
Father*John (Jehu) Ogle b. 5 Aug 1731
Mother*Ruth Beall b. 1741
 Charles Ogle was the son of John (Jehu) Ogle and Ruth Beall
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Columbus F. Ogle

M, #2546, b. circa 1830, d. 1890
Father*Horatio (Horace) Ogle b. c 1789, d. 4 Sep 1831
Mother*Mary Ellen Shipley b. 10 Jan 1786, d. 10 Jan 1871
Birth*circa 1830 Columbus F. Ogle was born circa 1830. 
 He was the son of Horatio (Horace) Ogle and Mary Ellen Shipley
Death*1890  In 1890 A Columbus F. Ogle is buried at Holy Rood Cemetery in section 44 lot 437 East half site #1. 
Employment* He was employed at House Painter.1 
MILITARY*circa 1861 He served in the military circa 1861 at Georgetown, Washington, D.C..2 
CENSUS1880*1880 He appeared on the Census in 1880 at Washingon, D.C; Relation     Sex     Marr     Race     Age     Birthplace
Columbus OGLE     Self     M     M     W     48     DC
     Occ:     House Painter     Fa: MD     Mo: MD
Frances OGLE     Wife     F     M     W     44     DC
     Occ:     Keeping House     Fa: DC     Mo: DC
Leonard OGLE     Son     M     S     W     24     DC
     Occ:     House Painter     Fa: DC     Mo: DC
Ida OGLE     Dau     F     S     W     19     DC
     Occ:     At Home     Fa: DC     Mo: DC
Emma OGLE     Dau     F     S     W     14     DC
     Occ:     At School     Fa: DC     Mo: DC
Laura OGLE     Dau     F     S     W     11     DC
     Occ:     At School     Fa: DC     Mo: DC
Francis OGLE     Son     M     S     W     9     DC
     Occ:     At School     Fa: DC     Mo: DC
Grace OGLE     Dau     F     S     W     6     DC
     Occ:     At School     Fa: DC     Mo: DC
Fanny M. OGLE     Dau     F     S     W     4     DC
     Occ:     At Home     Fa: DC     Mo: DC
Susie M. OGLE     Dau     F     S     W     2     DC
     Occ:     At Home.3      
Anecdote*15 October 1897  On 15 October 1897. 
Last Edited16 Dec 2004

Citations

  1. [S562] Boyd, Boyd's Washington.
  2. [S396] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  3. [S56] 1880 Census;, Census Place:     Georgetown, Washington, D.C., Washington D.C.
         Source:     FHL Film 1254121 National Archives Film T9-0121 Page 225B.
         

Cordelia Ann Ogle

F, #2514
Father*Benjamin Franklin Ogle
ParentSir Thomas Grey of Heton_Heaton
 Cordelia Ann Ogle was the daughter of Benjamin Franklin Ogle
MARRIAGE* She married /Hibbard/ (?) 

Family

/Hibbard/ (?)
Child
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

David Ogle

M, #2444
Father*Thomas Ogle b. c 1672, d. s 1734
Mother*Elizabeth Graham d. 18 Sep 1734
 David Ogle was the son of Thomas Ogle and Elizabeth Graham
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

de Ogle1

M, #2635, b. circa 1055, d. circa 1125
Reference0600
MARRIAGE* De Ogle married an unknown person.  
Birth*circa 1055 He was born circa 1055. 
Death*circa 1125 He died circa 1125. 
Biography*  From the book entitled A Short History of The Ogle Family written by Anna Ogle Kirkpatrick and published as American Families Series by The Shawver Publishing company of Morrison, Illinois in 1927 we learn interesting tidbits of the Ogles some of which are recounted here. Regarding Ogle Castle is the following: "Ogle Castle has been nearly demolished. The remnant of it in its small windows with the pointed arches demonstrated the time of its building. It has a square double moat around it. The Ogle family was seated here before the time of the conquest. Humphrey de Ogle had a grant of all his property from Walter Fitz Williams." "On the east of the Castle is painted in black letters a genealogical table of the Ogles from the Conquest and a curious tomb belonging to that family, made of alabaster and inclosed with iron rails. It consists of recumbent figures of one of the barons and his baby with several figures about them and in one part of it, a shield singularly charged with armorial devices. On the river's side, about three quarters of a mile above the Castle stood Our Lady's Chapel built by one of the Ogles as appeared by his arms fixed against it. A few years since it was overgrown with trees which had twined their roots into its walls. At present it is quite demolished. 

Family

Child
Last Edited3 May 2006

Citations

  1. [S5] Sir Henry A. Ogle, Ogle and Bothal.

Edward Ogle

M, #2443
Father*Thomas Ogle b. c 1672, d. s 1734
Mother*Elizabeth Graham d. 18 Sep 1734
 Edward Ogle was the son of Thomas Ogle and Elizabeth Graham
Last Edited25 Apr 1999

Edward Ogle

M, #2570
Father*John R. Ogle b. 8 Feb 1858, d. 2 Mar 1903
Mother*Annie V. Woody b. 1862
 Edward Ogle was the son of John R. Ogle and Annie V. Woody
MARRIAGE* He married Lily Riley

Family

Lily Riley
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Eleanor Ogle

F, #2476, b. 2 March 1740, d. before 1800
Father*Joseph Ogle b. 1705
Mother*Sarah Winters d. c 1780
MARRIAGE* Eleanor Ogle married Guy Elder
Birth*2 March 1740 She was born on 2 March 1740.1 
 She was the daughter of Joseph Ogle and Sarah Winters
Death*before 1800 She died before 1800 Died before 1800 census. 
Married Name Her married name was Elder. 
Married Name Her married name was Beall. 

Family

Guy Elder
Last Edited2 Dec 1999

Citations

  1. [S373] Brumbaugh, Earliest Records All Saints.

Eli Ogle

M, #2535, b. 23 January 1783, d. 19 February 1820
Father*Major Benjamin Ogle b. 13 Jan 1746, d. 6 Sep 1813
Mother*Rebecca Stilley d. 22 Nov 1821
Birth*23 January 1783 Eli Ogle was born on 23 January 1783. 
 He was the son of Major Benjamin Ogle and Rebecca Stilley
Baptism3 August 1783 He was baptized on 3 August 1783 at Frederick, MD, Baptized at All Saints Episcopal Church in Fredrick Maryland. 
Burial*16 February 1819 He was buried on 16 February 1819. 
Death*19 February 1820 He died on 19 February 1820 at Frederick, MD, at age 37 Fredericktown Herald, Feb. 19, 1820. "Died suddenly Tues morning last, Mr. Elie Ogle, a young man, leaving an aged mother and numerous friends." So his death would have been on 15 Feb. 1820. Note there is no mention of Horatio since he was in D.C. I guess, and no mention of any brother, Benjamin, who I don't think existed. This obit. is published in MARRIAGES AND DEATHS IN THE NEWSPAPERS OF FREDERICK AND MONTGOMERY COUNTIES, MARYLAND, 1820-1830, compiled by F. Edward Wright, pub. Family Line, 1987. (Note from Jean Godwin of Ogle Society 11-99. 
Probate25 April 1820 His estate was probated on 25 April 1820. 
Biography*  On January 14, l809 Eli Ogle advertised for the store in Fredericktown, Maryland. 
Employment* He was employed at Storekeeper. 
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