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Descendants of John Ogle Soldier
Thomas Ogle; b: c 1666-72 ; d: bet 30 Jul - 18 Sep 1734 in New Castle Co., Del.
Thomas Ogle; b: 25 Jul, 1721 in New Castle Del.; d: btw Mar 1802-1803 in Grayson Co. (later Carroll Co.,) VA; Thomas Ogle, b: 1705 in New Castle Co., Del.; d: 23 Dec, 1771 in New Castle Co., Del (TOG V24) ( note 7) Now we need one more US Ogle who has positive documentation to Joseph or Thomas to match us. 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. 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. 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. Thomas (1666-1672) had 5 sons; John, Thomas, Joseph, Benjamin, and Edward; all born in New Castle County Delaware. Thomas (1666-1672) had 5 sons; John, Thomas, Joseph, Benjamin, and Edward; all born in New Castle County Delaware. Thomas was age 24 at this birth. Thomas Ogle, b: 1705, d: 23 Dec, 1771. Thomas was age 39 at this birth. Thomas was age 41 at this birth. Thomas was age 49 at this birth. Thomas was age 56 at this birth. Meaning we must step up one generation to Thomas to find the common ancestor for we three. (1/1/2012). (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. 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. 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. 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. 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). 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. 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. 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. 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. In 1999 Dr. Craig asserted that Thomas was married but twice, first to Martha, and second to Catherine. 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.
A Second Mordacai Ogle
Thomas Ogle b: 1675 in Ogletown, Newcastle, DE d: August 13, 1734
Elizabeth Graham 2nd Wife of Thomas Ogle: Thomas Ogle; b. c. 1666/72 in Del.; d. between 30 July and 18 Sep. 1734 in New Castle Co., Del. Thomas Ogle; b. c. 1666/72 in Del.; d. between 30 July and18 Sep. 1734 in New Castle Co., Del. Thomas Ogle 1675-1734
A Colonel Sir Thomas Ogle was the principal of Chelsea College in London for some years.
Now I know that Henrietta Bruce did not marry Thomas Ogle until 1700, but his father was extremely long lived and well connected. Furthermore, Colonel Sir Thomas Ogle was actually born in Holland in 1618 and his mother was Elizabeth, daughter of Cornelius de Vries of Dordrecht. Of his sons Thomas produced the son, also called Thomas, who married Henrietta, cousin of Sir Richard Nicholl's mother Margaret.
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7 - Seventh Gen - Thomas Ogle; no dates; probably married to Mary Crawford
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.
On 11 May 1622 a grant of denization was made to Lady Elizabeth, Ogle's wife, and to John, Thomas, Cornelius, and Dorothy, his children, all of whom were born in the Low Countries.
You will recall that I found that the daughter in law of Sir Thomas Ogle (son of Sir John Ogle above), Governor of Chelsea Hospital was Henrietta Bruce whose cousin, Margaret Bruce was the mother of Richard Nicholls, the expedition leader. The forename is unusual, yet I have noted that a similarly named person is buried next to Sir Thomas Ogle and David Crauford in Chelsea Hospital burial ground thus: 24. SIR THOMAS OGLE, 1702 and HARRIOT OGLE . . . . UTRICIA ASHLEY, 1749. Secondly, the mother of the child, buried with Sir Thomas Ogle was the cousin of Richard Nicholl's mother. I could find no will for Sir Thomas Ogle who died in 1702 which is surprising.