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Note: [ralphroberts.ged] [roberts.GED] [adgedge.ged] ! (1) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Comm., Bowie, MD, 1984) p .40,41,43-46,48,50,52,54,59. Cites: (a) Ogle Family Bible. (b) "The Thomas Book," by Lawrenc e B. Thomas (New York, 1896). (c) "Maryland Gazette," 17 Aug 1815. (2) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA, 1 963), p.84,101. FHL #929.273 T211t. Cites: (a) Dictionary of American Biography, Vol. XIII, p .638. (b) MacKenzie's Colonial Families. (c) Tayloe family papers. (3) Carolyn Tayloe Davidson Carey, Greenwood Village, CO. Cites: (a) "Register of West Rive r Friends," by J.J. Brinkley, "Maryland Genealogical Magazine, Vol. 14,15. (b) "Quakers in th e Founding of Ann Arundel County, MD," by J.R. Kelly. (c) "Thomas Book," by L. Thomas. (d) "M arriages and Deaths from the Maryland Gazette," by Barnes. (e) Ann Woodman, 2030 Crest Mar Ci ecle, El Dorado Hills, CA 95630, who cites Dorsey Family Chart, by H.A. Browne. (4) "Alumni House Today," magazine source unknown, probably a U.S. Naval Academy Alumni pub lication, "Shipmate," 1972, p.36. (5) "The Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland," by J.D. Warfield (Koh n & Pollock, Baltimore, 1905) p.176,250. (6) Marriage Records of MD, NC, VA, Hunting for Bears Collection, comp. by Dorothy L. & Nic holas R. Murray from original county records (Automated Archives, 1994) CD004. ! Birth: (1b,2,3,5) d/o Henry HILL/Mary THOMAS. (3) 24 12th mo. 1751. Marriage to Benjamin OGLE: (1a,b) 13 Sep 1770, "Belair," MD, by the Rector of All Hallows C hurch (the Church of England). (2) 10 Feb 1770. (6) 18 Sep 1770, Anne Arundel Co., MD. [NOTE : It would seem that either 13 or 18 Sep was misread.] Death: (1c) 14 Aug 1815, Annapolis. (3d) 17 Aug 1815 "after a tedious illness." (2) Of West River, MD. (1) Was raised a Quaker. (1,5) 1761: (1) Joseph HILL, dec'd, "who by honest Industry accumulated a very good Estate, " devised the greater portion of his land to his granddaughter Henrietta. He left her severa l parcels of land on the main road from Annapolis to Talley's Point on Chesapeake Bay. (5) Jo seph HILL left to his granddaughter Henny Margaret HILL "Horn Neck," "Piney Point," "Yeate' s Come By Chance," "Yeate Addition" and "Hill's Forest" in Baltimore Co., MD. If she was with out heirs, to go to cousin Henry HILL. (1) Used "thy" and "thee" in letters addressed to Quaker relatives throughout her life. (1) 1776, Feb: Wrote to her mother-in-law Anne OGLE, "Annapolis is vastly dull, many Famili es having left it and almost everyone preparing to go. We have neither Balls or Routs and ver y little Dining and Supping out... our House hear being in Confusion and litter with Workme n and most of our Furniture sent to Belair." (1) 1781, early spring: Wrote to a LOWNDES cousin in Bladensburg about a contingent of Fren ch soldiers camped on their land across Spa Creek from Annapolis, "I like the French better e very hour. The divine Marquis de la Fayette is in town, and is quite the thing. We abound i n French officers, and some of them very clever... But the Marquis - so diffident, so polite , in short everything that is clever!" (4) LAFAYETTE planted a yew tree in the garden of Ogl e Hall, where the OGLES were living. (1) 1782, Jun: Wrote her uncle John THOMAS at West River, "I am afraid this cold weather wi ll make us all sick. I am very unwell, and quite low-spirited, was much shocked at Mrs. CARRO LL's death, but think she was almost to be envied... We attended the funeral. Mr. OGLE was pa ll Bearer." (1) Through her daughter Ann OGLE TAYLOE, she was admitted into the inner circle of women w ho set the pace of Washington's social life, including wives of diplomats and Dolly MADISON. (1) 1799, 4 Feb: In his will, her husband Benjamin OGLE left her all his estate, both rea l and personal. (1) c.1809: At her husband's death, Henrietta was forced to mortgage "The President" to Ann e OGLE, thus giving security for the 8,858 pounds due Anne from her son's estate. (1) c.1814/5: Right after the Treaty of Ghent, went with Lewis NETH Jr. aboard a ship in th e Bay seeking the return of runaway slaves, but their mission was unsuccessful. (1) 1815, Jun: Her son Benjamin and his wife Anna Maria were called to Annapolis to atten d "his mother that is expected to die." (1) 1815: Soon after her death, her son Benjamin successfully petitioned the Chancery Cour t to appoint him trustee to sell her real estate, a move designed to benefit the four minor c hildren of Mary OGLE BEVANS, who were the main beneficiaries in Henrietta's will. One of th e tracts disposed of was "The President," and proceeds from its sale were used to satisfy th e mortgage held by Anne OGLE. To Benjamin, Henrietta left "my large Silver Waiter with the OG LE Arms in the Middle," and "as a small remembrance," she devised a silver bread basket to he r daughter-in-law, Anna Maria. In a codicil, she manumitted Cesar PETERSON, Orson, Nan BOWSER , a cook, and Nance TIMMONS "who waited on me in my illness with great duty and affection." ( 4) In 1815 Ogle Hall was sold to James STEELE.
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