Ann Ogle Ridout: Birth: ABT 1767. Death: 6 AUG 1821
Meliora Ogle Ridout: Birth: 14 AUG 1780. Death: 11 JUL 1781
Note: [ralphroberts.ged] [roberts.GED] [adgedge.ged] !(1) "The Tayloes of Virginia and Allied Families," by W. Randolph Tayloe (Berryville, VA, 1963) p.84. FHL #929.273 T211t. (2) "A Chronicle of Belair," by Shirley V. Baltz (Bowie Heritage Committee, Bowie, MD, 1984) p.17,22,35,39,47,53. Cites: (a) Ogle Family Bible. (b) MD Hist. Soc. Archives, Horatio Sharpe vIII p.159. (c) "Maryland Gazette," 18 Aug 1808. (3) "The Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland," by J.D. Warfield (Kohn & pollock, Baltimore, 1905) p.100,217. (4) "The Publick Enterprise," Jul 1995. !Birth: (1) 1745. (1,2a,3,4) d/o Samuel Ogle/Ann Tasker. (2a) 3 Mar 1746, England. (2) Saville Row, Bond St., London. (4) 2nd daughter. Marriage to John Ridout: (1,3) (2b) Spring of 1764, with the "consent and approbation" of Gov. Sharpe and her grandfather Tasker. (4) 1764. Death: (1) 1808. (2c) 14 Aug 1808, Annapolis, MD. (3) Aug 1808, "White Hall." Burial: (2c) At her country home "Whitehall." (3) "White Hall," St. Margaret's (or Westminster) Parish, Anne Arundel Co., MD. (2) 1752, 11 Feb: In his will, her father left her 1,200 pounds sterling, payable upon her 18th birthday or day of marriage. He reduced this to 1000 pounds in a codicil drawn up just before he died. (2) 1768, Jun: In his will, her grandfather Benjamin Tasker Sr. directed that "Bank of England Stock amounting to about 8,550 pounds sterling" in his name be transferred to the heirs of Samuel Ogle as part of the late governor's unadministered estate. (2) Lived on Duke of Gloucester Street, Annapolis, MD. (2) She and her husband were close friends of the George Washingtons until the Revolutionary War. (2) 1783, 23 Dec: Was among the spectators in the Ladies' Gallery of the Senate Chamber of the Maryland State House when Gen. George Washington resigned his commission. She wrote her mother about it. "This you will certainly receive as it goes by a Gentleman that carried a Copy of the definitive Treaty ratified by Congress who are in this town." This treaty was the Treaty of Paris, the document that officially recognized the U.S. as an independent nation. (2) Had a country home "Whitehall," off present-day Route 50, just west of the Bay Bridge. (4) 1793: John Ridout wrote his will. Left his wife Mary 112 Duke of Gloucester Street, "that house or tenement in Annapolis which is at present rented to & occupied by her mother Mrs. Anne Ogle."
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