Topics: Victor Pepin (1780-1745), circus entrepreneur and son-in-law of Ann Ogle Townes. Halsnead Hall in Lancashire, England. Samuel Ogle (d. 1752), Governor of Maryland. The Cavendish family: Inheritors of the title Barons of Ogle. Thomas Ogle III and his wife Sarah, daughter of Major Joseph Ogle (1707-1756) of Frederick Co., Maryland. Byron Winfield Brown of Ohio: Descendant of Rebecca Ogle (b. 1755) and John Devilbiss. A record of various events recorded by the Jennys and Armbrister families and Peter Ogle (d. 1813 Bahamas) in Nassau, Bahamas.
Table of Contents
Victor Pepin, circus entrepreneur
More on Halsnead Hall in Lancashire and more about Samuel Ogle, governor of Maryland
Raymond Ogle involved in hospital pilot program
The Cavendish Family, inheritors of the title Barons of Ogle
Tracking Thomas Ogle III:
- Distribution of Major Joseph Ogle’s land
- Thomas Ogle III, son of Thomas Ogle II of Delaware
- Children of Thomas Ogle III and Sarah (b. 1739), dau. of Maj. Joseph Ogle (1707-1756)
A letter from Canada from Ruby Graves
Martin Ogle writes from England
Meet the family: Byron Winfield Brown
- charts 381 and 385 in vol. 13;
- obits for Harry Dalton, Jr in vol. 13; and Fred J. Cordray in vol. 12.
News of the family
New twigs and blossoms on the family tree (births)
A record of various events recorded by the Jennys and Armbrister families and Peter Ogle (d. 1813 Bahamas) in Nassau, Bahamas.
Ogle book passes halfway point: Photographs will be used
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