Northern Irish & Northern English Roots: JACKSONs & ODDIES & BROWNES & others

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  • ID: I7017
  • Name: John OGLE
  • Given Name: John
  • Surname: Ogle
  • Suffix: Col 1
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 1758 in of Eglingham, Northumberland, England
  • Death: Jul 1830
  • Event: NOTE
  • Note: There is a bit about him at: ggan3e.htm
  • Event: NOTE
  • Note: He is included in a genealogy here: ntafel/Chart-uk/geneuk06b.htm
  • Event: Occuation
  • Note: "John Ogle was a Lieutenant-Colonel in the 128th Foot Regim ent before he arrived in Forkhill and married Julia Eliz a Barton, niece of the late Richard Jackson and daughter o f Susanna Barton. PRONI D/294/84
  • Event: NOTE
  • Note:
    Ten troubled Years. Kylas Madden.
    Colonel John Ogle was an English soldier in the 19th Foot R egiment, although little else is known about his backgroun d. In 1790 or 1791 he married Julia Eliza Barton, daughte r of Susanna Barton and niece of the late Richard Jackson , and Colonel and Mrs. Ogle lived on the Forkhill estate t hroughout the 1790s. In 1796, Ogle received permission to f orm a local yeomanry corps and headed the Forkhill Yeomanr y throughout the years of rebellion. Local legends aboun d about Ogle, who was reputed to have been a rough authorit y figure. The «u»Northern Star,«/u» in particular, portraye d him as a brutish soldier. See Senior, «u»Orangeism in Ir eland and Britain,«/u» 32. Colonel Ogle died in England i n July 1830, from injuries sustained after falling from hi s carriage. His wife, Julia Eliza, had died in Dublin sever al months before. For obituaries, see «u»Newry Examiner,«/ u» 24 March 1830 (Julia Eliza Ogle): «u»Newry Telegraph«/u » 6 August 1830 (Colonel John Ogle).
  • _UID: D18EAF951BAA4FBC87949A95F1FC7E8FB7D5
  • Change Date: 30 Nov 2016 at 15:49

    Marriage 1 Juliana Eliza BARTON b: Bef 1766
    • Married: 23 Apr 1791 2
    • Change Date: 28 Nov 2016

    1. Abbrev: Forkhill Protestants - Forkhill Catholics, 1787-1858
      Title: Forkhill Protestants - Forkhill Catholics, 1787-1858
      Author: Kyla Madden
      Publication: Name: McGill-Queens University Press, 2005;
      Page: 36-37
      Quality: 3
      Text: Described as a ruthless magistrate, and a target of the Uni tedIrishmen.
    2. Abbrev: T.G.F. Patterson
      Title: T.G.F. Patterson
      Text: Notebook 5, p3
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