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This profile was last updated on 11/4/13  and contains information from public web pages.
Local Address: Delaware, United States
New Castle Co.
 
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Descendants of John Ogle Soldier
www.oglekin.org, 4 Nov 2013 [cached]
Thomas Ogle; b: c 1666-72 ; d: bet 30 Jul - 18 Sep 1734 in New Castle Co., Del.
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Thomas Ogle; b: 25 Jul, 1721 in New Castle Del.; d: btw Mar 1802-1803 in Grayson Co. (later Carroll Co.,) VA;
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Thomas Ogle, b: 1705 in New Castle Co., Del.; d: 23 Dec, 1771 in New Castle Co., Del (TOG V24) ( note 7)
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Now we need one more US Ogle who has positive documentation to Joseph or Thomas to match us.
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I include Irish and Scott simply because there was or is a number of Ogle listed in Ireland and some in Scotland by Genes Reunited.
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Therefore, there is near certain probability that we have a common ancestor in 1a-2b Thomas Ogle (1666-1672) (son of John) or certainly a son of Thomas.
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Therefore, there is near certain probability that we have a common ancestor in 1a-2b Thomas Ogle (1666-1672) (son of John) or certainly a son of Thomas.
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Thomas (1666-1672) had 5 sons; John, Thomas, Joseph, Benjamin, and Edward; all born in New Castle County Delaware.
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Thomas (1666-1672) had 5 sons; John, Thomas, Joseph, Benjamin, and Edward; all born in New Castle County Delaware.
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Thomas was age 24 at this birth. Thomas Ogle, b: 1705, d: 23 Dec, 1771. Thomas was age 39 at this birth.
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Thomas was age 41 at this birth.
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Thomas was age 49 at this birth.
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Thomas was age 56 at this birth.
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Meaning we must step up one generation to Thomas to find the common ancestor for we three. (1/1/2012).
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(If these dates are correct Elizabeth would have been 16 when Thomas was born, and accepting John was born in 49 John would have been 17, - certainly possible but doubtful... While on the subject how was it that a 17 year old soldier was granted 1000 acres of land.
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In an explanatory note preceding the ancestral charts appearing in volume 11 of T.O.G. (p. 114), the argument was set forth, based on a series of Colonial documents, that John 3 Ogle was a son of Thomas 2, rather than a son of John2, as perceived by Dr. Todd.
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Indenture 28 Oct. 1721, proving that Thomas 2 Ogle had a son named John; and court records which identify Elizabeth and Lucretia Ogle as daughters of John Ogle and nieces of Thomas Ogle (New Castle Orphan Court Records, Vol.
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Indenture 28 Oct. 1721, proving that Thomas 2 Ogle had a son named John; and court records which identify Elizabeth and Lucretia Ogle as daughters of John Ogle and nieces of Thomas Ogle (New Castle Orphan Court Records, Vol.
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Based on the foregoing, the Editorial Board of the Ogle/Ogles Family Association has determined that relevant Ogle ancestral charts which appear in The Ogle Genealogist, will show that John 3 Ogle (ca. 1690/97-1741) was a son of Thomas 2 Ogle (ca. 1666/72-1734).
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Note 5: MAIDEN NAME OF ELIZABETH, WIFE OF THOMAS OGLE, (1721-1802/03)
The marriage record of Thomas Ogle (1721-1802/03), found in Old Swede's Church (Holy Trinity Church), Wilmington, Delaware, lists the bride's name as Elizabeth Robeson.
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Note 7: THE IDENTITIES OF THE WIVES OF THOMAS OGLE (1705-1771)
Ogle family historians have struggled for many years over the identification of the wives of Thomas Ogle (1705-1771). Dr. Simeon S. Todd listed three marriages of Thomas Ogle: (1) Martha, who abandoned him and their children about 1751, (2) Mary Livingston, and (3) Mrs. Mary Williamson.
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In the meantime, Francis H. Hibbard had determined (undated paper) that Thomas' three wives were Martha, Mary Livingston, and the widow Catherine (Howard) Williamson, whom Thomas married in 1756.
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In the meantime, Francis H. Hibbard had determined (undated paper) that Thomas' three wives were Martha, Mary Livingston, and the widow Catherine (Howard) Williamson, whom Thomas married in 1756.
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In 1999 Dr. Craig asserted that Thomas was married but twice, first to Martha, and second to Catherine.
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Based on the foregoing, the Editorial Board has concluded that it is not possible at this time to list with absolute certainty the wives of Thomas Ogle. Ancestral charts appearing in The Ogle Genealogist will include appropriate remarks regarding his marriages.
-- Beautification Of Grounds Around The ...
www.oglekin.org, 5 Mar 2009 [cached]
-- Beautification Of Grounds Around The Grave Of Thomas Ogle
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Mrs. Tayloe was the daughter of the last Governor Ogle, of Maryland, and spent the earlier days of her life in the refined and brilliant society of Annapolis.
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Beautification Of Grounds Around The Grave Of Thomas Ogle
The 227-year-old gravesite of Thomas Ogle (1705-1771), founder of Ogletown, Delaware, with its distinctive capstone containing Thomas' personal epitaph carved in old-font letters, was a pitiful, deteriorating sight in early 1998.
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Assorted debris blown by ill winds from the adjacent busy intersection further degraded the sanctity of this pastoral retreat so carefully and thoughtfully selected by Thomas.
Many Delaware historians, researchers, citizens, and even O/OFA members, long aware of pioneer Thomas Ogle and the unsightly condition of his grave, had become complacent.
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Thomas Ogle (1705-1771)
Thomas Ogle (b. 1705 in Del., d. 23 Dec. 1771 in New Castle Co., Del., possibly married three times and with nine known children), was the son of Thomas Ogle (b. 1666/72 in Del., d. between 30 July and 18 Sep. 1734 in New Castle Co., Del.) and Mary Crawford.
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Thomas (b. 1705) became a wealthy and influential businessman and planter in New Castle County. He owned three mills and a wharf at Christiana Bridge, hundreds of acres of agricultural and forested land in New Castle Co., and many additional investments. Thomas built a stylish, two-story, brick house in 1739 at the northeast corner of a junction of three important roads: present day Del. 273, which extended from Christiana Bridge to Nottingham in Penn.; Del. 4 (Chestnut Hill Rd.) from Stanton through Newark (Del.) to the Elk River in Maryland; and Red Mill Road, which ran north from the intersection of 273 and 4 to Comer Ketch.
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Thomas Ogle's various businesses, large land holdings, and community influence led to the sizable area around his home being named Ogle Town (later Ogletown) sometime before 1762. The stately house, which Thomas also operated as an inn, survived for 216 years. Thomas was buried near the historic house and a reasonable distance from the then narrow, dirt roads that formed the crossroads.
Delaware Department Of Transportation Restores Thomas Ogle Grave
In 1955, when the Delaware Department of Transportation widened the roads, the Thomas Ogle house got in the way of progress. The State purchased the land containing Thomas Ogle's house and gravesite. Delaware donated the historic house to the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), which agreed to move it.
Unfortunately, the DAR's plans were never carried out and the historic house was destroyed.
The original grave marker, a flat, stone slab inscribed with Thomas Ogle's epitaph, had been placed over a slightly raised base. Some 200-plus years later, after various expansions of the roads, Thomas' burial site was very close to the eastbound State Road (SR) 273 overpass, at the northwest intersection ramps of SR 273 and SR 4.
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Carefully and professionally, The Delaware Department of Transportation provided for the excellent restoration of Thomas Ogle's burial plot, spending several thousand dollars in the process.
Using proven archeological techniques, The Delaware Department of Transportation expertly and respectfully confirmed that Thomas Ogle's remains were still at the original location.
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THOMAS OGLE
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Thomas Ogle II and Ogle family generations have lived in the Area for over 250 years.
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A writer for the Wilmington News Journal in 1998 said it well, "Thomas Ogle's grave is the last vestige of a town that was founded before the American Revolution and has been virtually under siege ever since.
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After all, Thomas Ogle was a notable, Ogle Colonial ancestor, the progenitor of thousands of Ogles in America, and only two generations removed from the immigrant John Ogle, who, very likely was the first Ogle to relocate to America from England.
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The plants, trees and walkway are complemented by two mature trees that have grown close enough to the grave through the years to serve as loyal sentinels providing shade and companionship for Thomas Ogle and any summer visitors to his gravesite.
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Thomas Ogle
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Members are encouraged to visit Thomas Ogle's gravesite in Ogletown if ever in the area. Enjoy the trees, bushes, flowers and atmosphere surrounding the site.
More Ogle History page 1
www.oglekin.org, 1 Aug 2013 [cached]
7 - Seventh Gen - Thomas Ogle; no dates; probably married to Mary Crawford
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His brother Thomas administered to his estate. A modern stone in this chapel records his name and date of death.
A copy of the engraving of Colonel Ogle (illustrated here) can be purchased from Westminster Abbey Library.
A Second Mordacai Ogle
www.oglekin.org [cached]
Thomas Ogle b: 1675 in Ogletown, Newcastle, DE d: August 13, 1734
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Elizabeth Graham 2nd Wife of Thomas Ogle:
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Thomas Ogle; b. c. 1666/72 in Del.; d. between 30 July and 18 Sep. 1734 in New Castle Co., Del.
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Thomas Ogle; b. c. 1666/72 in Del.; d. between 30 July and18 Sep. 1734 in New Castle Co., Del.
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Thomas Ogle 1675-1734
Tales about Ogle Families page 1
www.oghgul.org, 11 Sept 2007 [cached]
-- Beautification Of Grounds Around The Grave Of Thomas Ogle
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Beautification Of Grounds Around The Grave Of Thomas Ogle
The 227-year-old gravesite of Thomas Ogle (1705-1771), founder of Ogletown, Delaware, with its distinctive capstone containing Thomas' personal epitaph carved in old-font letters, was a pitiful, deteriorating sight in early 1998.
...
Assorted debris blown by ill winds from the adjacent busy intersection further degraded the sanctity of this pastoral retreat so carefully and thoughtfully selected by Thomas.
Many Delaware historians, researchers, citizens, and even O/OFA members, long aware of pioneer Thomas Ogle and the unsightly condition of his grave, had become complacent.
...
Thomas Ogle (1705-1771)
Thomas Ogle (b. 1705 in Del., d. 23 Dec. 1771 in New Castle Co., Del., possibly married three times and with nine known children), was the son of Thomas Ogle (b. 1666/72 in Del., d. between 30 July and 18 Sep. 1734 in New Castle Co., Del.) and Mary Crawford.
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Thomas (b. 1705) became a wealthy and influential businessman and planter in New Castle County.He owned three mills and a wharf at Christiana Bridge, hundreds of acres of agricultural and forested land in New Castle Co., and many additional investments.Thomas built a stylish, two-story, brick house in 1739 at the northeast corner of a junction of three important roads: present day Del. 273, which extended from Christiana Bridge to Nottingham in Penn.; Del. 4 (Chestnut Hill Rd.) from Stanton through Newark (Del.) to the Elk River in Maryland; and Red Mill Road, which ran north from the intersection of 273 and 4 to Comer Ketch.
...
Thomas Ogle's various businesses, large land holdings, and community influence led to the sizable area around his home being named Ogle Town (later Ogletown) sometime before 1762.The stately house, which Thomas also operated as an inn, survived for 216 years.Thomas was buried near the historic house and a reasonable distance from the then narrow, dirt roads that formed the crossroads.
Delaware Department Of Transportation Restores Thomas Ogle Grave
In 1955, when the Delaware Department of Transportation widened the roads, the Thomas Ogle house got in the way of progress.The State purchased the land containing Thomas Ogle's house and gravesite.Delaware donated the historic house to the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), which agreed to move it.
Unfortunately, the DAR's plans were never carried out and the historic house was destroyed.
The original grave marker, a flat, stone slab inscribed with Thomas Ogle's epitaph, had been placed over a slightly raised base.Some 200-plus years later, after various expansions of the roads, Thomas' burial site was very close to the eastbound State Road (SR) 273 overpass, at the northwest intersection ramps of SR 273 and SR 4.
...
Carefully and professionally, The Delaware Department of Transportation provided for the excellent restoration of Thomas Ogle's burial plot, spending several thousand dollars in the process.
Using proven archeological techniques, The Delaware Department of Transportation expertly and respectfully confirmed that Thomas Ogle's remains were still at the original location.
...
THOMAS OGLE
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Thomas Ogle II and Ogle family generations have lived in theArea for over 250 years.
...
A writer for the Wilmington News Journal in 1998 said it well, "Thomas Ogle's grave is the last vestige of a town that was founded before the American Revolution and has been virtually under siege ever since."
...
After all, Thomas Ogle was a notable, Ogle Colonial ancestor, the progenitor of thousands of Ogles in America, and only two generations removed from the immigrant John Ogle, who, very likely was the first Ogle to relocate to America from England.
...
The plants, trees and walkway are complemented by two mature trees that have grown close enough to the grave through the years to serve as loyal sentinels providing shade and companionship for Thomas Ogle and any summer visitors to his gravesite.
...
Thomas Ogle
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Members are encouraged to visit Thomas Ogle's gravesite in Ogletown if ever in the area.Enjoy the trees, bushes, flowers and atmosphere surrounding the site.
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