John Ogle of Delaware, is mentioned in, “A declaration of the magistrate of New Castle about the dyke,” (04 June 1675).
Association archives. Ogle plates. The Lost Family: A book review. Ken Ogle transitions to Immediate Past President.
Open positions: Secretary, Newsletter Editor, Social Media Assistant, Web Developer
Business meeting on Zoom. Nominating committee report. The Ogle Genealogist vol. 41.
A limited number of bronze medallions, inscribed with the Ogle arms, are available for members.
Hello, I’m your Ogle relative, Barry. I’d like to share my recent trips over to Mbale, Uganda in Africa Originally published […]
This winter of 2017/2018 has been one to remember for many. Most of you heard that the Thomas Fire in Ventura and Santa Barbara almost burned our home.
The Northumberland Ogle/Ogles Family Reunion was a thrill of a lifetime! Adventure is in our DNA! With the same adventurous spirit of […]
Northumbria, now known as Northumberland, is England’s northern-most county. It’s a land where Anglian invaders fought Celtic natives, Roman legions guarded a […]
On Thursday, September 7, 2017, the O/OFA tour group traveling to Northumberland, England, met with representatives of Kirkley Hall campus to dedicate Ogle Pond on the beautiful grounds of Northumberland College.
St. Mary Magdalene was built around the year 1100 only a few years after the Norman conquest of England, although extensions and […]
Margaret (bp. 28 Nov 1575); father: Martin Ogle. Mary (Marie) Ogle (bp. 30 Dec 1588); father: Martin Ogle. William Ogle (bp. 11 […]
Even though many Irish records were destroyed in a 1922 fire, PRONI had unexpected volumes of documentation. Some originals still exist and are protected.
Kirkley Hall was home to the Ogle family from 1632-1923. It’s a beautiful 17th Century Grade II listed building located in the countryside […]
Ogle family historians have struggled for many years over the identification of the wives of Thomas Ogle (1705 – 1771). Dr. Simeon…
The marriage record of Thomas Ogle (1721 – 1802/3), found in Old Swede’s Church (Holy Trinity Church), Wilmington Delaware, listed the bride’s…