Posted By:Peter J. Gordon
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Subject:James Ogg and Margaret Mason - Cambus o'May Inn
Post Date:January 10, 2007 at 05:11:01
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Forum:Ogg Family Genealogy Forum
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Hi William,
Thanks for getting in touch. I am especially interested in the family of OGGs who were at Cambus O'May as below. One of my Gordons 'Camlet Joseph' and his wife were living with this family at Cambus o'May Inn in 1841. Their daughter, Jane Gordon had a 'natural' son with George Ogg of Little Kinord in June 1820 named Peter OGG.

I am also interested in the Elizabeth Ogg who married Nathaniel Gordon in Lumphannan in November of 1766. Her sister Helen Ogg (1740-1815) married George Cromar of Greencoats.

I have Ogg extracts from the Glenmuick & Aboyne OPR's aswell as photos of the Aboyne and Kirktown of Aboyne tombstones.

The Oggs around Kincardine O'Neil also interest me as the son of Nathaniel Gordon was Alexander Gordon and he became Innkeeper at Kincardine o'Neil. His mother was Elizabeth Ogg (as above)

I have lots I can pass on if you wish. What I have not done is sorted out the information I have gathered into family groups and I had hoped someone 'out there' might guide me. Can you help?

Below is the info on the CAMBUS O'MAY OGGS:
Thanks.
Peter.

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1797 June 16: Jas OGG and Margt MASON both in Tullich Parish were matrimonially contracted and consigned pledges with Willm Smith School Master.
1798 March 24 (hard to read): Jas OGG and Margt MASON Old Kinord – Elspet
1803 April 1: James OGG and Margaret MASON Little Kinord a son – Samuel

1841 census Glenmuick - Living at Cambus O’May 1841 (District 11 page 6)

SURNAME       Forename       M-Age       F-Age       OCCUPATION       BornCtyY/N
OGG       James       67              Publican       Yes
OGG       George       40              Cattle dealer       Yes
OGG       John       25              Farmer       Yes
COPLAND       Elizabeth              25       F.S.       Yes
GORDON       Agnes              14       F.S.       Yes
EWEN       Archibald       15              Ag lab       Yes

Death Certificate: Aboyne 10
OGG George Cattle dealer single
Died: 1858 March 26 11h 0m pm at Burnroot of Glentanner
M 60 years
Parents: James Ogg farmer (deceased) and Margaret Ogg m.s. Masson (deceased)
Cause: Ascites and Hydrothorax (?) 3 years as certified by James Gerrard surgeon who
saw decd 26 March
Interred: Cemetery of Aboyne as certified by James Milne gravedigger
Informant: James Ogg (son) (present)
Registered: 1858 March 30 at Aboyne Andrew Gray, Registrar

Kirkton of Aboyne #53
Erected by CHARLES CLARK Birkhall & GEORGE OGG Cammis Omay in memory of PETER OGG his son d. 5 June 1833 aged 13; MARGARET MASON spouse of JAMES OGG Cammis Omay d. 4 April 1838 aged 63. Their family JAMES d. 1 Jan 1816 aged 16; JANE spouse of CHARLES CLARK d. 14 Feb 1832 aged 25; WILLIAM d. 1 Oct 1840 1858 aged 60; SAMUL OGG d. Austrilea Mar 1854 aged 52 (spellings as on stone)

I have a photo of this tombstone.

James Ogg (born circa 1778 - d. 24 April 1850) -m- Margaret Mason (born circa 1775 - died 4 April 1838). They married 6 May 1797 Glenmuick
Issue:
1) George born circa 1798 d. 27 March 1858 and Jane Gordon** (d/o Joseph Gordon and Margaret Stewart – see census information below) (not listed on IGI)
              - Peter born c 1820 died 5 June 1833
2) James born circa 1800 d. 1 January 1816
3) Samuel born 1 October 1803 Glenmuick - died 1854 Australia (according to stone)
4) Jane born circa 1807 d. 14 February 1832 -m- Charles Clark.
5) William born circa 1816 died 1 October 1840.

** 1820 June 30: George OGG Little Kanord and Jane GORDON in Bellamore had a son born in fornication – Peter

1841 census Glenmuick: Living at Cambus O May District 11 pages 6/7
(with above Ogg family)

GORDON Joseph 85 stocking merchant Yes
GORDON Margaret 69 Yes

1829 Nov/Dec (behind binding) 27: The banns of marriage between Charles CLARKE and Jane OGG both of this parish were published here on this and the preceding Sunday and no objections offered – pledges consigned and paid poors claim.

1830 November 23: Chas CLARKE Blacksmith Deecastle and his wife Jane OGG had a son born on the 13th curt baptised this day named Andrew