115. Documentation for Jane Ogle
(23 Sep 1761 to 07 Oct 1836)
mother of Elizabeth Ann Link
(28 Jan 1784 to 09 Mar 1872)
Jane Ogle, Fourth Great-Grandmother of Curtis Lynn Older:
1) Jane Ogle, wife of John Adam Link II, parents of Elizabeth Ann Link
2) Elizabeth Ann Link, wife of George Fox, parents of John L Fox
3) John L Fox, husband of Susannah Hillegas, parents of Daniel Alexander Fox
4) Daniel Alexander Fox, husband of Elizabeth Jane Ricketts, parents of Ethel Belle Fox
5) Ethel Belle Fox, wife of Robert William Gouty, parents of Mavis Lorene Gouty
6) Mavis Lorene Gouty, wife of Truxton James Older, parents of Curtis Lynn Older
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Jane Ogle and her twin sister, Martha, were born September 23, 1761.(1) Jane, a daughter of Alexander Ogle and Martha of Frederick, Maryland, was a descendant of John Ogle of Delaware.(2)
Jane Ogle married John Adam Link II.(3) Jane lived on the west bank of the Monocacy near the Devilbiss Bridge, some four miles from where John Adam Link II lived on Israel's Creek.(4) John Adam Link II and Jane, accompanied by her brother and sister and by his father and brother, Jacob, were married in the Frederick Lutheran Church on April 15, 1783.(5)
John Adam Link II was born December 31, 1756, in Oley Hill, Pennsylvania.(6) He was the fifth child of John Adam Link I and Elizabeth Miller and he was born in their Oley Hill home.(7) John Adam Link II was baptized in St. Joseph's Church, January 16, 1757, near Oley Hill, Pennsylvania.(8)
John Adam Link II was confirmed in the Lutheran Church of Frederick, Maryland, on May 25, 1775.(9) He was commissioned on June 29, 1782, as an Ensign in Captain Peter Barrick's Company, the Catoctin Battalion, Militia of Frederick County, Maryland.(10)
Elizabeth Ann Link, the first child of John Adam Link II and Jane Ogle, was born January 24, 1784, near Frederick in Frederick County, Maryland.(11) Elizabeth Ann was baptized in the Frederick Lutheran Church.(12)
John Adam Link II, his wife Jane (Ogle) Link, and daughter Elizabeth moved to near Shepherdstown, Virginia, in early 1784.(13) "Among his many acquisitions, Alexander Ogle purchased of Andrew Lucas, son of Edward Lucas, May 19, 1778, 208 acres in Berkeley, now Jefferson County, West Virginia, part of a 417-acre grant to Edward Lucas by Lord Fairfax, for 552 pounds current and lawful money of Virginia. These 208 acres were willed to Jane. There was a log dwelling, log barn, and a few sheds when the small family arrived."(14)
According to The Link Family by Paxson Link, John Adam Link II, with assistance from his brother Jacob Link, built a stone dwelling for a home on the 208 acres.(15) John Adam Link II was a member of St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Shepherdstown, Virginia (now West Virginia).(16) John Adam Link II and Jane Ogle were the parents of seven children:(17)
Elizabeth Ann Link, born January 29, 1784, married George Fox on August 9, 1807, at Shepherdstown, Virginia, now West Virginia. George was the oldest son of Frederick Fox and Catharine Booker. They were the parents of ten children. The family moved west to near Miamisburg, Ohio, in late 1807 along with a number of other families with ties to George's parents. George Fox died June 14, 1847, in Miamisburg, Ohio. Elizabeth Ann (Link) Fox died March 9, 1872, in Miamisburg, Ohio. Both George and Elizabeth Fox are buried in the Gebhart or St. John Cemetery in Miamisburg.
Maria Catherine Link, born December 18, 1785, and died September 8, 1866. She married Henry Remsberg, June 4, 1805. He was born August 10, 1781, and died February 16, 1852. Both are buried in the Old Lutheran Cemetery in Middletown, Maryland.
Martha Link, born October 23, 1787. She married her uncle, John George Link on January 3, 1809, in Washington County, Maryland. They moved from Jefferson County, Virginia, to Bourbon County, and thence to Fayette County, Kentucky.
John Alexander Link, born March 7, 1790, and named for his grandfather Ogle. He married Nancy Dust on June 6, 1816. John Alexander Link died on March 7, 1864. Nancy (Dust) Link died June 17, 1876. They are buried in St. James Cemetery, Uvilla, West Virginia.
Mary Link, born December 11, 1792, and married Samuel Crowell on June 16, 1814. They moved to a farm near Sandusky, Ohio. See The Link Family by Paxson Link for additional information on this family.
Rebecca Link, born February 11, 1795, married Elias Crowell on September 8, 1820. Elias died after a few years of the marriage and Rebecca next married William Demory. Rebecca died April 7, 1877. Both William and Rebecca Demory are buried at the Old Ebenezer Cemetery near Huntsville, Ohio.
John Adam Link III, born September 14, 1797, and died January 4, 1873. He was married four times. See The Link Family, page 84, for details of the marriages of John Adam Link III.
John Adam Link II died September 28, 1835, in Shepherdstown, Virginia (now West Virginia).(18) He was buried near the brick wall of the old St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Shepherdstown, West Virginia.(19)
Will of John Adam Link II - page 1; page 2; page3.
Jane (Ogle) Link died October 7, 1836, in Shepherdstown, Virginia (now West Virginia). She also was buried near the brick wall of the old St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Shepherdstown, West Virginia.(20)
The 1810 U. S. Census for Virginia, Jefferson County, lists the Adam Link household.(21) The census lists one male under age 10, one male age 16 through 25, and one male age 45 or over. Females included one age 10 through 15, one female age 16 through 25, and one female age 45 or over. This census data appears to agree with the ages of the members of the John Adam Link II household at that time, except for the one male listed as under age 10. The youngest male should have been John Adam Link III, who was born in 1797, making him older than age 10 by 1810.
The 1820 U. S. Census for Virginia, Jefferson County, Lee Township, lists the Adam Link household. (22) Adam Link was listed as a farmer. Household members included one male of age 16 and under 26; one male of age 45 and upwards; one female of age 16 and under 26; and one female of age 45 and upwards. The household included 6 male slaves and 4 female slaves. The census data for the household agrees with the ages of the family members as they should have been in 1820.
The 1830 U. S. Census for Virginia, Jefferson County, Adam Link household, lists one male of age 70 and under 80 and one female of age 60 and under 70. The 1830 census ages agree with the birthdates of John Adam Link II and Jane (Ogle) Link.(23)
i. Elizabeth Ann, born January 29, 1784
ii. Maria Catherine, born December 18, 1785
iii. Martha, born October 23, 1787
iv. John Alexander, born March 7, 1790
v. Mary, born December 11, 1792
vi. Rebecca, born February 11, 1795
vii. John Adam III, born September 14, 1797
1. Paxson Link, The Link Family (Paris, Illinois: [s.l.], 1951), p. 80.
2. The Link Family, p. 79; Francis Hamilton Hibbard, assisted by Stephen Parks, The English origin of John Ogle, first of the name in Delaware (Pittsburgh: n.p., 1967); Sir Henry Asgill Ogle, Ogle and Bothal (Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Andrew Reid & Company, 1902); also Curtis L. Older, The Braddock Expedition and Fox's Gap in Maryland (Westminster, Md.: Family Line Publications, 1995), p. 98. Alexander Ogle, father of Jane Ogle, provided wheat and flour from his mills to the Maryland troops during the American Revolution. See Maryland State Papers, Series A, MdHR 6636-23-29/7 1/7/5 and related papers.
3. Index to Marriage Licenses, Frederick County, 1778-1810, John Adam Link II and Jane Ogle, married April 14, 1783.
4. The Link Family, p. 79.
5. Ibid. A wedding date of April 15, 1783, is given in The Link Family.
6. Ibid, p. 78.
7. Ibid; Adam Link I, father of John Adam Link II, supplied bacon during the American Revolution, see Maryland State Papers, Series A, MdHR 4586-15 1/6/4/18.
9. Ibid, p. 78-9.
10. Ibid, p. 79.
11. Ibid, p. 81.
13. Ibid. "During the first part of 1784 John Adam II and Jane moved across the Potomac River to take possession of Jane's inheritance and make for themselves a homestead."
14. Ibid, pp. 81-2.
15. Ibid, p. 82.
16. Ibid, p. 84.
17. Ibid, pp. 81-4.
18. Ibid, p. 85.
21. 1810 U. S. Census for Virginia, Jefferson County, Township Not Stated, Roll M252_69, page 85, Adam Link household.
22. 1820 U. S. Census for Virginia, Jefferson County, Lee Township, Roll M33_34, page 101, Image Number 102, Adam Link household.
23. 1830 U. S. Census for Virginia, Jefferson County, Township Not Stated, Roll 191, page 129, Adam Link household.
The following books discuss Link and Ogle genealogies:
10569 LINK. The Link Family; antecedants and descendants of John Jacob Link, 1417-1951, with much history about the Stoner, Crowell, Demory, Remsburg, Thraves, Ropp, Boyer, Fuchs (Fox), Beard (Bart), Miller, Filler, Hanger, Wayland, Osbourn, Hendricks, Reinhart, Stone, Burrier, Root, Houff, Stover, Turner, LaGrange, Smith, Kneiple, Shank, Grove, Cale, Palmer, Lewis, Woodward, Burnett, McChesney, Baylor, Freer, Garrett, Girdner, Creager, Burckhardt, and Eisenhower families. (Paris, Ill.) 1951. xiv. 872 p. illus., ports., maps. 24 cm. 53-22402. CS71.L7563 1951
S1844 OGLE. The English origin of John Ogle, first of the name in Delaware, by Francis Hamilton Hibbard, assisted by Stephen Parks. (Pittsburgh) 1967. 30 p. general. table. 22 cm. Bibliography: p. 29 - 30. 73-156908 MARC. CS71.O36 1967
12739 OGLE. Ogle and Bothal: or, A history of the baronies of Ogle, Bothal, and Hepple, and of the families of Ogle and Bertram . . . To which is added, accounts of several branches of families bearing the name of Ogle settled in other counties and countries; with appendices and illustrations compiled from ancient records and other sources, by Sir Henry A. Ogle, baronet. (Printed privately) Newcastle-upon-Tyne, A. Reid & company, limited, 1902. 1 p. 1., 426, lxx p. 14 pl. incl. front. (parts coats of arms) general. tables (part fold.) 29 cm. Works consulted: p. ii-iii. 15-19676. CS439.O5
12740 OGLE. . . . A short history of the Ogle family, compiled by Anna Ogle Kirkpatrick. Morrison, Ill., The Shawver publishing co., 1927. (21)p. 17 1/2 cm. (American families series) A 32-2439. CS71.O36 1927