Notes for THOMAS OGLE, JR.: **Notes from Annette Anderson (worldconnect.com) --Thomas "T.O." Ogle (1752), born abt 1749 at New Castel Delawar buried at Kentukcy. He bore the title "Jr." Thomas Ogle, Jr. was of age in 1772, for he was listed as a tithable with his father, Thomas Ogle, Sr., in that year.
--From "Rowan Co., NC Court Minutes 1773-1786" Thomas Ogle with his brothers Hercules and William Ogle, is listed in "Names of Persons who have not taken the Oath of Alligance in Captain Cox's District" The date of entry at that time is 1778. It is believed that he did serve in the American Revolutionary War.
--Thomas Ogle, Jr. is listed iwth 1 poll on the tax list of Wilkes Co., GA, also his brother William Ogle and Peter Huskey, brother-in-law of William Ogle, appear on the same list.
--Next Thomas Ogle is found, again with his brother William Ogle and Peter Huskey, in Edgefield District, SC. They are listed in the 1790 Federal Census for that district.
--In 1793, an excerpt from Rowan Co., NC Deed Bk 13, pg. 285 reveals " This Indenture made the 18th day of February in the year of our Lord 1793 between Thomas Ogle of the one part and Thomas Ogle (Jr.) of the other part both of the county of Withe and State of Virginia....." This deed if for 100 acres of land lying in St. Luke Parish of Rowan Co., NC . In August 1793 Thomas Ogle, Jr. sold the tract of land (100 acres) to Mark Cole of Rowan Co., NC At that time Thomas Ogle Jr., was living in Wythe Co.VA (later Grayson Co) when he executed the deed. It is recorded in Rowan Co., NC Deed Bk 13, pg. 3974/96.
--On 1 December 1796, Thomas Ogle, Jr. bought 68 acres of land from the state of South Carolina. This was granted on December 1796. Also he bought 4 acres of land on 15 June 1801, and it was granted in July 1801. these tracts on land were located in the 96th District (Edgefield Dist.). All these records are located in the State Archives, Columbia, SC. On 21 December 1801, in Edgefield Dist. SC Thomas Ogle, Jr. sold his land (130 acres) to Moses Fendley. This tract of land was situated on "land of James Atkinsons Y Hardy Cornet on waters Rocky Creek water of Stephens Creek and Savannah River, bounded by Northwest by Gebar Land. Southwest by George Hagood, Northeast, southwest and southeast by James Hagood lands" It is believed that Thomas Ogle, Jr, then took his family to Kentucky.
--Family traditions say that Thomas Ogle and his wife Isabella Wilson died and were buried in Kentucky. The children of Thomas and Isabella Wilson Ogle migrated to Crawford and Jefferson Counties, Missouri before 1830--Refrence: "Smokey Mountain Clans" Donald B. Reagan 1978, pg. 134. _________________________________________
Children of THOMAS OGLE, JR. and ISABELLA WILSON are: