Rezin (Pap) Horatio Ogle1

M, #2541, b. 14 August 1814, d. 11 May 1904
REZIN HORATIO OGLE
Father*Horatio (Horace) Ogle b. c 1789, d. 4 Sep 1831
Mother*Mary Ellen Shipley b. 10 Jan 1786, d. 10 Jan 1871
ChartsHerman Charles Vollmer
ReferenceB-22
Birth*14 August 1814 Rezin (Pap) Horatio Ogle was born on 14 August 1814 at Georgetown, Washington, D.C., He came into the world as Washington, D.C was set fire to by the British - it is said the sky reflected the light of the flames as he gave his first cry. His father was in the war and life was tragic in those days. In family records it is stated that gold was regularly sent to Mary Ellen and her baby Rezin Horatio from his father's family in Frederick.2 
 He was the son of Horatio (Horace) Ogle and Mary Ellen Shipley
MARRIAGE*6 October 1839 He married Elizabeth A. Haney on 6 October 1839 The couple had five children all five of whom died in infancy. Two died within days of each other (possibly a sickness.) One died two months after his birth that was survived by his mother for only one month. This is truly a tragic start for Rezin Horatio Ogle's family. He lost all children and wife in a twelve year period.2 
MARRIAGE*24 August 1852 He married Margaret Wells on 24 August 1852 Margaret Wells Shoemaker's husband died leaving her with two small children. She moved with her son, George to Laurel Maryland where she met Rezin H. Ogle.2 
Burial1904 He was buried in 1904 at Holy Rood Cemetery, Washington, D.C., He is buried in the Single Site section of Holy Rood Cemetery in Sec. 062 lot 9 west half site #3 next to his son Ambrose L.
HOLY ROOD CEMETERY
Death*11 May 1904 He died on 11 May 1904 at Georgetown, D.C., at age 89 He was living at 1604 33rd Street N.W. Georgetown at the time of his death.
REZIN HORATIO OGLE
Probate*20 May 1904 His estate was probated on 20 May 1904 at No. 58 folio 287; D.C Archives Record Grp 2 box 26, Georgetown, Washington, D.C., I Reazin H. Ogle of Washington in the District of Columbia...I give and bequeath to my beloved daughter, Mary A Knopp to her and the heirs of her body absolutely and forever the house in which I now live, No. 1604 Thirty-third St., NW Washington, DC together with the lot whereon it is built. And this I do because among other reasons, it is my wish and desire that she be reimbursed and compensated for expendatures made by her for the benifit of my dear wife during her lifetime and myself, and rewarded for the loving care and attention she has bestowed on me and my dear wife in our old age and upon my son in time of his last sickness.
I give and bequeath to Lena M. Ogle, the daughter of my son Albert G. Ogle, deceased, the sum of five dollars; to my daughter Margaret M. Lucas the sum of five dollars; to the children of my son John R. Ogle, to wit, Edward, Nellie, Herbert, Lula, Jane and Annie Ogle, the sum of five dollars between them, share and share alike and to my daughter Elizabeth M. Durkin the sum of five dollars.
And I do devise the residue to beloved daughter Mary A. Knopp and her heirs and appoint her as executrix.
Dated March 22, 1904. See Repository list for address of DC Archives. 
Education*circa 1830 He was educated circa 1830 at Georgetown, D.C; Mary Durkin Carey says that the Ogle family gave much land and money to Trinity Church when Rezin H. Ogle was sent to Georgetown College.2 
Biography*circa 1839  Circa 1839 Rezin Ogle was with the Navy Department in Washington, D.C at the Navy Yard. When he retired he spent the remaining years as a house painter. MVW has an extra long pair of scissors that he used in hanging wallpaper. 
CENSUS1850*1850 He appeared on the CENSUS in 1850 at Washington, D.C; His occupation was listed as "painter."3 
CENSUS1860*1860 He appeared on the census in 1860 at Washington, D.C..
CENSUS1880*1880 He appeared on the Census in 1880 at Washingon, D.C; Census Place:     Georgetown, Washington, D.C., Washington D.C.     Source:     FHL Film 1254121 National Archives Film T9-0121 Page 187C
     Relation     Sex     Marr     Race     Age     Birthplace
Resin H. OGLE     Self     M     M     W     69     DC
     Occ:     Painter     Fa: MD     Mo: MD
Margaret OGLE     Wife     F     M     W     50     OH
     Occ:     Keeping House     Fa: OH     Mo: OH
Elizabeth OGLE     Dau     F     S     W     15     DC
     Occ:     At Home     Fa: DC     Mo: OH
Ambrose OGLE     Son     M     S     W     13     DC
     Occ:     At School     Fa: DC     Mo: OH.4 
Anecdote15 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.
Father - 83 on 24th of August past, slightly bent, tho by no means feeble and infirm. He is about 5' 11", weight has ranged from 195 to 210 lbs, being at present about 200 lbs, built so neatly you would not take him to be a large man, at all. He can at present raise an ordinary bucket of water at arm's length with the utmost ease tho he has performed no manual labor for nearly 20 years; he can out-walk me any day in the week, and thinks nothing of walking two or three miles two or three times a week. When young he had extraordinary strength and endurance; and he and Uncle John Clements thought nothing of walking 50 to 100 miles to some work, then working from sun-up to dark for a week or two, and then. walking back, carrying an average luggage of 300 lbs. During the past decade he has worn a flowing beard, he much resembles the poet, Longfellow, His integrity is firm and uncompromising, while his goodness of heart is unlimited. He loved about the same books as he father did, particularly "Dodd's Beauties of Shakespeare Edition of l8l3",~ "Plutarch's Lives" and Alexander Pope, the first two of which I have. His voice is strong and musical and it has always been a pleasure to me to hear him quote a very few select passages from Shakespeare and Pope, his favorite of all being:.
"Teach me to feel another's woe, To hide the fault I see;The mercy I to others show That mercy show to mee"
I knew this verse by heart at the age of 10 and I believe each of my brothers and sisters likewise. Another was:
"A little learning is a dangerous thing; Drink deep, or touch not, the pierian spring; For shallow draughts intoxicate the brain, And drink largely sobers us again."

His education was good and solid, but curtained by the altered circumstances of his father; all his education was secured at Georgetown University, he informs me at much expense in those days. While his vocabulary is comparatively limited, his diction is accurate and elegant and the accompanying inflexions of voice just and proper; altogether he is a most remarkable and charming old gentleman without dotage or puerility; whose education shows that it was started in the highest channels but ceased to grow some- where between the bud and the bloom. His intellect is clear and his reasoning almost infallible. His ideas on Political Economy are identical with those of the masters of that science, tho he knows nothing of Adam Smith, etc. He never tires of praising George Wash1ngton, Thomas Jefferson, Ben. Franklin, Webster, Calhoun and Clay. Up to the beginning of the last decade he kept his face clean shaven and his hair rolled under at the ends, in the style of the gentlemen of the Old-School, and that time he resembled Washington. His hair, like all the Ogles I know, was thick and of the color known as chestnut brown. Mother while 16 years his junior is by no means as hale as he, she having suffered for many years from female troubles. During the past 3 years she has at times been very feeble; and during the past year I have at several times thougt that the and was near. At present she is able to be about, but enervated and super-annuated.

I will now give you a description of my father's 3 sons:Albert my eldest brother, is 5' 10", weighs about 180 lbs and is a fine specimen of manhood; John, my next eldest brother is 5'll* and at present weighs 210 lbs. Of their educations I can only say that they consist of common school branches, they never having evinced any desire for educational advancement, tho their minds are strong and brilliant, with exceeding inherent reasoning powers. They are industrious. John is a thoro business-man and Albert is a master mechanic John is fond of music and plays the violin naturally (by air).
For obvious reasons I cannot say much of myself. I am 6' my average weight is 162 to 165 lbs. I'm just 30 yrs of age. If you are a believer in Atavism, you would find in me a wonderfully-striking, and I believe to you, a very interesting reproduction of the natural characteristics of your grandfather, Hiram, but the blush of egoism and vanity, would forbid me to write the parallel. I might add in general that all Ogles look alike; and I am instantly recognized as an Ogle wherever I go by any one who has ever known an Ogle.
I might add that all Ogles have large heads; father and I wear a 7 1/4 hat, and I believe my two brothers wear the same size.---A.L.0. P.S. I forgot to state a fact in relation to father that might prove interesting to you. He has always bathed in the coldest water he could obtain thruout his entire life and does so at the present time. I have seen him day after day thru- out the Winter break the ice upon the rain-barrel and take a basin of water there from and apply it freely to his head for 3 to 5 minutes. He informs me that this is a custom handed down from his grandfather Benj. (Its interesting that Margaret Knopp, my grandmother told me this tale when I was very young and I never forgot it. she said he had beautiful rosy skin as a result.- MVW.) 
CENSUS1900*1900 He appeared on the census in 1900 at Washington, D.C; He lives with his daughter and her husband and their three daughters one of whom is grandmother(Margaret Mae Knopp Vollmer) to MVW.5 
Employment*1900 He was employed in 1900 at House Painter, Georgetown, Washington, D.C.. 
Anecdote*1938  In 1938 QUOTE FROM LETTER WRITTEN BY REZIN'S DAUGHTER ELIZABETH
A letter from his daughter Elizabeth written to her nephew, Herman Vollmer says: My dear little Herman, As you are the only one that has asked me about the Ogle's, I am honoring you with the first letter bearing the Ogle coat of arms, which was given to me by one of my friends as a present for my birthday. It is my fond hope that one day I will be able to pass on to you the facts that would give me the right to join the DAR. (Ironically, it was her daughter Mary who gave the "facts" to Herman's daughter, Margaret) The seal is similar to the one "pap" (Horatio) used on the ceiling (sic) wax of his bitters and I remember well of hearing him say how that seal was engraved on his Mother's silver and how she broke it up in pieces and sold it to make ends meet after his father died. This little gift of paper brings all these old memories back to me and I feel sure you will admire the seal as I do. Your loving Aunt Lizzie. 
Anecdote1989  In 1989 REMEMBRANCES OF MARY DURKIN CAREY
      "My grandfather was precise in correspondence, underlining his signature with a scroll, and old English custom. Also, he sealed the envelopes with sealing wax impressed with the family crest carved on his ring. in even the coldest weather he bathed his face with a very cold water which he said was healthful. He believed no education was complete without the study of Latin and Greek. He walked from his home in Georgetown to work at the Navy Yard in southeast Washington when the horse cars were out of service due to high snow. In the winter, straw was used as a covering on the floors of horse cars in winter to keep the passengers' feet warm.
     As late as 1918 gas was used for lighting homes and street lamps All men's suits were made by women tailoresses. (His wife was such a tailoress). Cigars were made by hand. Cigar making was a profitable trade in private homes in the 1800's.2 

Family 1

Elizabeth A. Haney d. 7 September 1851
MARRIAGE*6 October 1839 He married Elizabeth A. Haney on 6 October 1839 The couple had five children all five of whom died in infancy. Two died within days of each other (possibly a sickness.) One died two months after his birth that was survived by his mother for only one month. This is truly a tragic start for Rezin Horatio Ogle's family. He lost all children and wife in a twelve year period.2 
Children

Family 2

Margaret Wells b. 30 May 1830, d. 5 March 1899
MARRIAGE*24 August 1852 He married Margaret Wells on 24 August 1852 Margaret Wells Shoemaker's husband died leaving her with two small children. She moved with her son, George to Laurel Maryland where she met Rezin H. Ogle.2 
Children
Last Edited26 Apr 2016

Citations

  1. Rezin is a Biblical name. Rezin was king of Damascus.
  2. [S456] Mary Durkin Carey, "MDC notes."
  3. [S52] 1850 Census;, P. 168 line 301.
  4. [S56] 1880 Census;, Census Place:     Georgetown, Washington, D.C., Washington D.C.
         Source:     FHL Film 1254121 National Archives Film T9-0121 Page 187C.
         
  5. [S59] 1900 Census;.

Richard Ogle1

M, #2638, d. circa 1252
Father*Gilbert de Ogle b. c 1115, d. c 1180
 Richard Ogle was the son of Gilbert de Ogle
MARRIAGE* He married an unknown person.  
Death*circa 1252 He died circa 1252. 

Family

Child
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Citations

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

Samuel Ogle

M, #2493
Father*Captain James Ogle b. 1 Jun 1753, d. 1830
Mother*Mary Biggs
 Samuel Ogle was the son of Captain James Ogle and Mary Biggs
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Samuel Ogle

M, #2612
Father*John (Jehu) Ogle b. 5 Aug 1731
Mother*Ruth Beall b. 1741
 Samuel Ogle was the son of John (Jehu) Ogle and Ruth Beall
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Samuel Ogle1,2

M, #2667
Father*Luke Ogle of Berwick
 Samuel Ogle was the son of Luke Ogle of Berwick
MARRIAGE* He married an unknown person.  

Family

Child
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Citations

  1. [S411] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  2. [S5] Sir Henry A. Ogle, Ogle and Bothal.

Samuel Ogle1,2

M, #2668
Father*Samuel Ogle
 Samuel Ogle was the son of Samuel Ogle
MARRIAGE* He married an unknown person.  

Family

Child
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Citations

  1. [S412] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  2. [S5] Sir Henry A. Ogle, Ogle and Bothal.

Sarah Ogle

F, #2473, b. 22 April 1739, d. 1759
Father*Joseph Ogle b. 1705
Mother*Sarah Winters d. c 1780
Birth*22 April 1739 Sarah Ogle was born on 22 April 1739.1 
 She was the daughter of Joseph Ogle and Sarah Winters
MARRIAGE*1756 She married Thomas Ogle in 1756 at Frederick, MD, Her husband is her cousin.1 
Death*1759 She died in 1759. 

Family

Thomas Ogle
Last Edited18 Sep 1999

Citations

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

Sir Henry Ogle

M, #2632
Last Edited3 May 1999

Sir John Ogle1

M, #2641, b. circa 1264, d. circa 1316
Father*Sir Thomas Ogle b. c 1219, d. c 1270
Mother*/Thyson/ (?)
MARRIAGE* Sir John Ogle married Annabella Selby, daughter of Sir W. Selby
Birth*circa 1264 He was born circa 1264. 
 He was the son of Sir Thomas Ogle and /Thyson/ (?) 
Death*circa 1316 He died circa 1316. 

Family

Annabella Selby
Child
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Citations

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

Sir John Ogle

M, #2672, b. say 1412
Father*Sir Robert Ogle b. c 1380, d. c 1436
Mother*Matilda Grey of Heaton
Birth*say 1412 Sir John Ogle was born say 1412. 
 He was the son of Sir Robert Ogle and Matilda Grey of Heaton
Biography*  Sir John Ogle founded the line of Ogles in Lancashire. 
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Sir Robert Ogle1

M, #2643, b. circa 1295, d. circa 1350
Father*Sir John Ogle b. c 1264, d. c 1316
Mother*Annabella Selby
MARRIAGE* Sir Robert Ogle married Margaret Gubium, daughter of Sir Hugh Gubium
Birth*circa 1295 He was born circa 1295. 
 He was the son of Sir John Ogle and Annabella Selby
Death*circa 1350 He died circa 1350. 

Family

Margaret Gubium
Child
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Citations

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

Sir Robert Ogle

M, #2645, d. circa 1362
Father*Sir Robert Ogle b. c 1295, d. c 1350
Mother*Margaret Gubium
 Sir Robert Ogle was the son of Sir Robert Ogle and Margaret Gubium
MARRIAGE* He married Joan Hepple, daughter of Sir Robert Hepple.1 
Death*circa 1362 He died circa 1362. 

Family

Joan Hepple
Child
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Citations

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

Sir Robert Ogle

M, #2647, d. circa 1355
Father*Sir Robert Ogle d. c 1362
Mother*Joan Hepple
 Sir Robert Ogle was the son of Sir Robert Ogle and Joan Hepple
MARRIAGE* He married Elena Bertram of Bothal (Castle), daughter of Sir Robert Bertram of Bothal_(Castle)
Death*circa 1355 He died circa 1355. 

Family

Elena Bertram of Bothal (Castle)
Child
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Sir Robert Ogle1

M, #2649, b. circa 1351, d. circa 1409
Father*Sir Robert Ogle d. c 1355
Mother*Elena Bertram of Bothal (Castle)
MARRIAGE* Sir Robert Ogle married Joan Seton, daughter of Sir Alan Seton
Birth*circa 1351 He was born circa 1351. 
 He was the son of Sir Robert Ogle and Elena Bertram of Bothal (Castle)
Death*circa 1409 He died circa 1409. 

Family

Joan Seton
Child
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Citations

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

Sir Robert Ogle

M, #2651, b. circa 1380, d. circa 1436
Father*Sir Robert Ogle b. c 1351, d. c 1409
Mother*Joan Seton
MARRIAGE* Sir Robert Ogle married Matilda Grey of Heaton, daughter of Sir Thomas Grey of Heton_Heaton and Genet (Jane) Segrave
Birth*circa 1380 He was born circa 1380. 
 He was the son of Sir Robert Ogle and Joan Seton
Death*circa 1436 He died circa 1436. 

Family

Matilda Grey of Heaton
Children
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Sir Robert Ogle1

M, #2670, b. say 1412
Father*Sir Robert Ogle b. c 1380, d. c 1436
Mother*Matilda Grey of Heaton
MARRIAGE* Sir Robert Ogle married /Kirkley/ (?) 
Birth*say 1412 He was born say 1412. 
 He was the son of Sir Robert Ogle and Matilda Grey of Heaton
Biography*  Sir Robert Ogle was distinguished by his assistance to Edward the fourth in the war of the roses who made him "Lord" Ogle. The same monarch granted him land in Redisdale, Harbottle and grant of land of late Earl of Northumberland including castles of Alnwick, Prudhoe and Warkworth. 

Family

/Kirkley/ (?)
Last Edited11 May 2013

Citations

  1. [S413] Unknown subject.

Sir Thomas Ogle

M, #2639, b. circa 1219, d. circa 1270
Father*Richard Ogle d. c 1252
MARRIAGE* Sir Thomas Ogle married /Thyson/ (?) 
Birth*circa 1219 He was born circa 1219. 
 He was the son of Richard Ogle
Death*circa 1270 He died circa 1270. 

Family

/Thyson/ (?)
Child
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Sir William Ogle1

M, #2653, b. 1412, d. 1472
Father*Sir Robert Ogle b. c 1380, d. c 1436
Mother*Matilda Grey of Heaton
MARRIAGE* Sir William Ogle married an unknown person.  
Birth*1412 He was born in 1412. 
 He was the son of Sir Robert Ogle and Matilda Grey of Heaton
Death*1472 He died in 1472. 
Biography*  Is is from Sir William Ogle that the Ogles of Choppingham, Ogle Castle, Burrodon, South Dissington, Bradford, Saltwick,Eglingham, Berwick, Bowiden, Ireland and America are descended. Also, from him is descended Sir Charles Ogle, Admiral. 

Family

Child
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Citations

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

Susanna Ogle

F, #2615
Father*Benjamin Ogle b. 20 Nov 1715
 Susanna Ogle was the daughter of Benjamin Ogle
Last Edited30 Apr 1999

Susannah Ogle

F, #2447
Father*Thomas Ogle b. c 1672, d. s 1734
Mother*Elizabeth Graham d. 18 Sep 1734
 Susannah Ogle was the daughter of Thomas Ogle and Elizabeth Graham
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Thomas Ogle1,2

M, #2440, b. circa 1672, d. say 1734
Father*John Ogle b. Sep 1649, d. b 19 Feb 1683
Mother*Elizabeth (?) b. 1654, d. 1713
ChartsHerman Charles Vollmer
ReferenceB-352
MARRIAGE* Thomas Ogle married Mary Crawford, daughter of Sargent James Crawford and Judy (?)
Birth*circa 1672 He was born circa 1672 at New Castle, DE. 
 He was the son of John Ogle and Elizabeth (?) 
MARRIAGE*1720 He married Elizabeth Graham in 1720 at DE. 
Death*say 1734 He died say 1734 at Ogletown, DE, Lived at White Clay Creek Hundred.3 
Biography*  At Ogletown, DE, Thomas Ogle owned extensive lands at Ogletown, Delaware. He was mentioned in the Calendar of Delaware Wills as follows: Ralph Hurchinson February 16, 1679, Dec. 31, 1683 A-61 named Peter Alrichs, Thomas Wolleston, Daniel Tilewant (of Fairfield, John Ogle's two sons, Joanes Arskin, John Smith, John Anderson, Ann Wolleston, Uncle John Bedford and brother Robert. 

Family 1

Mary Crawford b. circa 1671, d. 1720
Children

Family 2

Elizabeth Graham d. 18 September 1734
Children
Last Edited12 Nov 2007

Citations

  1. Thomas and Mary were the parents of at least eight children. After her death he married a widow, Mrs. Elizabeth Graham, who had a number of children by her first marriage. Thomas and Elizabeth had an additional six children.
  2. [S473] "Ogle."
  3. [S3] Delaware Wills, Will record Atlanta Public Library.

Thomas Ogle

M, #2460, b. 1706, d. 23 December 1771
Father*Thomas Ogle b. c 1672, d. s 1734
Mother*Mary Crawford b. c 1671, d. 1720
MARRIAGE* Thomas Ogle married Mary Livingston
MARRIAGE* He married Catherine Howard She is his second wife. 
Birth*1706 He was born in 1706 at White Clay Creek Hundred, Newcastle, DE. 
 He was the son of Thomas Ogle and Mary Crawford
Death*23 December 1771 He died on 23 December 1771 at DE His will was probated Dec 31 1771. 
Biography*  Thomas Ogle's gravestone reads: "My glass is run, my work is done, and I lie under ground, Abiding in clay until the day the trumpets sound."
A monument to his memory was erected in the center of Ogletown, Delaware. His home was moved in 1945 by the DAR society of Delaware to make way for a highway. The home later became a museum. (1991- I wonder if this highway could have been the road from Baltimore to New York?) 

Family 1

Catherine Howard
Children

Family 2

Mary Livingston
Children
Last Edited11 May 2007

Thomas Ogle1

M, #2474
Birth* Thomas Ogle was born at DE. 
MARRIAGE*1756 He married Sarah Ogle, daughter of Joseph Ogle and Sarah Winters, in 1756 at Frederick, MD, Her husband is her cousin.2 
MARRIAGE*3 May 1764 He married Elizabeth Williams on 3 May 1764. 

Family 1

Sarah Ogle b. 22 April 1739, d. 1759

Family 2

Elizabeth Williams
Last Edited18 Sep 1999

Citations

  1. He is said to be son of Thomas of Cecil Co., MD.
  2. [S373] Brumbaugh, Earliest Records All Saints.

Thomas Ogle1

M, #2482, b. 23 January 1749
Father*Joseph Ogle b. 1705
Mother*Sarah Winters d. c 1780
MARRIAGE* Thomas Ogle married Sibylla Schley, daughter of John Thomas Schley
Birth*23 January 1749 He was born on 23 January 1749 Another record says born Jan 23, 1743.2 
 He was the son of Joseph Ogle and Sarah Winters
Biography*  He was an Ensign in the Revolutionary War and Member of the House of Delegates in 1782. He held office as Proprietor of Fredericktowne in 1746. 

Family

Sibylla Schley
Children
Last Edited2 Dec 1999

Citations

  1. [S386] Unknown subject unknown repository.
  2. [S373] Brumbaugh, Earliest Records All Saints.

Thomas Ogle

M, #2496
Father*Thomas Ogle b. 23 Jan 1749
Mother*Sibylla Schley
 Thomas Ogle was the son of Thomas Ogle and Sibylla Schley
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Thomas Ogle

M, #2524
Father*Thomas Ogle b. 1706, d. 23 Dec 1771
Mother*Mary Livingston
 Thomas Ogle was the son of Thomas Ogle and Mary Livingston
Biography*  Thomas was named in the will of Major Joseph Ogle who bequeathed him 100 acres of land in Frederick county, Maryland. 
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

Thomas Ogle

M, #2613
Father*Benjamin Ogle b. 20 Nov 1715
 Thomas Ogle was the son of Benjamin Ogle
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

William Ogle

M, #2495
Father*Captain James Ogle b. 1 Jun 1753, d. 1830
Mother*Mary Biggs
 William Ogle was the son of Captain James Ogle and Mary Biggs
Last Edited17 Aug 1994

William Ogle1

M, #2508
MARRIAGE* William Ogle married Margaret Ogle, daughter of Thomas Ogle and Sibylla Schley

Family

Margaret Ogle
Last Edited25 Apr 2006

Citations

  1. William and Margaret are first cousins.

William Ogle

M, #2623
Father*Benjamin Ogle b. 20 Nov 1715
Mother*Agnes (?)
 William Ogle was the son of Benjamin Ogle and Agnes (?) 
Last Edited17 Aug 1994