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Jesse Ogg PA - OH Native American 1791-1876 Perry Co. Ohio
Posted by: Lorie Wylie (ID *****8271) Date: May 13, 2009 at 13:37:46
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Name: Jesse J. OGG
Sex: M
Birth: ABT 1791 in Turkeyfoot, Bedford County, Pennsylvania
Death: 3 OCT 1876 in Pike Township, Perry County, Ohio

NATI: Part Native American Indian - Lenni Lenape (Unami Delaware)
NATI: Part Swedish, Finnish, English, and Scottish

Census: 19 SEP 1850 1850 U.S. Federal Census, Saltlick Township, Perry County, Ohio Note:
1850 U.S. Federal Census
Saltlick Township, Perry County, Ohio
Dwelling #281; Family #281; September 19, 1850

Jesse Ogg; Age 59; Male; Laborer; Born in Pennsylvania.
Mary; Age 55; Female; Born in Pensylvnia; Person over 20 years who cannot read or write - yes.
John Ogg; Age 22; Male; Labors some; Born in Ohio; Married within the year - yes.
Mary; Age 18; Female; Born in Pensylvnia; Married within the year - yes.

Found the above on roots web. Does anyone out there know anything about the Native American Indian part of the Ogg family? Is this information documented somewhere?

I have some info. On this Ogg family.

Jesse married Mary Sales Omick. It was her second marriage.

I only have two children for Jesse and Mary. Catherine and John H. Ogg. Donít know much about Catherine, but I have information on son, John.

John married Mary Ann Epley on July 14, 1850 (Ohio Marriage Index 1789-1850). They had 8 children... Mercy (Anna Marie), Leoma (Lemio, Lemick, Lemerk, LEMACH), John D., William, Daniel, Susan, Amanda and Henry.

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