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Marriage: Children:
  1. George Ogle Bevans: Birth: ABT 1805. Death: MAR 1824 in "Colebrook", Maryland

  2. John Tayloe Bevans: Birth: DEC 1812. Death: 22 JUN 1900

  3. Mary Ridout Bevans: Death: 4 NOV 1835 in "Belair", Prince George's Co., Maryland

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Marriage: Children:
  1. Emma Conner: Birth: 1818. Death: ABT 1837

  2. James Thomas Conner: Birth: 1821. Death: 2 OCT 1895

  3. Harriet Ridout Conner: Birth: 1823. Death: ABT 1825

  4. Henrietta Margaret Conner: Birth: 1825.

  5. Benjamin Ogle Conner: Birth: 1830.

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a. Note:   [ralphroberts.ged] [roberts.GED] [adgedge.ged] ! (1) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Committee, Bowie, MD, 198 4) p.44,52,54, Part 2, p.4. Cites: (a) Ogle Family Bible. (b) "Maryland Gazette," 26 Jul 1804 . (c) Anne Arundel Co. Marriage Licenses 1810-1845. (d) "Names," by Holdcraft. ! Birth: (1a) 14 Dec 1785, d/o Gov. Benjamin Ogle I/Henrietta Margaret Hill. Marriage to George Bevans: (1b) Sun., 22 Jul 1804, Annapolis, MD, by the Rev. Mr. Duke, rec tor of St. Anne's. (1) Rosalie Stier Calvert wrote her mother, "One thing which will astonis h you is the marriage of Mary Ogle to Beavens whom you knew very well in Annapolis. It must b e that Mrs. Ogle has lost her mind to have engaged her daughter, against the wishes of her fa ther, to marry such a man, because it is altogether the fault of the mother, who is almost es tranged from her son and Mrs. Taloe because they wanted to prevent it... Yesterday my husban d (George Calvert) was at the house of the young Ben Ogle who told him that his father was s o terribly worked up about it that he was afraid he would die, being already in a precariou s state of health." Marriage to James Conner: (1c) 8 Feb 1816. Death: (1d) 19 May 1842, Frederick Co., MD. (1) 1815: Soon after her mother's death, her brother Benjamin successfully petitioned the C hancery Court to appoint him trustee to sell her real estate, a move designed to benefit th e four minor children of Mary Ogle Bevans, whose husband had died the prior year. Mary and he r children were the main beneficiaries in Henrietta Ogle's will. is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.