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Updated October 17, 2008

Karen O'Gram
kazog61@yahoo.co.uk

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With the help of other family trees, I have been able to build my tree further.
I beleive it to be true but if anyone knows different, I would be greatful if you could let me know. I would also like to know if anyones knows any other information with regards to the Ogram name.
My surname is spelt O'Gram but upon doing my research I have found out that the apostrophe is not used in a lot of the O’Gram's. It was apparently added by a vicar about 1900when recording the name for a christening, he assumed that because the name beginning with an ‘O’ was of Irish extraction, like O'Grady and O'Brien so Ogram became O'Gram.
From what I cam gather the Ogram's originate from Yorkshire, some appear in the 1841 census in Cambridgeshire but I cannot find a connect at the moment.
From Yorkshire some went to America and Canada.
If you are researching the Ogram's I hope my tree will help you.

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