Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle, 1st Baronet

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Chaloner Ogle

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Birthplace: Kirkley Hall, Northumberland.
Death: Died
Immediate Family:

Son of Nathaniel Ogle, MD and Elizabeth Ogle
Husband of Hester Thomas
Father of Jemima Ogle; Barberina Brand and Sir Charles Ogle, 2nd Baronet
Brother of Elizabeth Grey; Nathaniel Ogle, Jr.; Very Rev. Newton Ogle, Dean of Winchester and Isabella Ogle

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About Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle, 1st Baronet

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir_Chaloner_Ogle,_1st_Baronet

Sir Chaloner Ogle, 1st Baronet (1726 – 27 August 1816) was an officer of the Royal Navy. He served during the Seven Years' War, American War of Independence, and the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.


Life


He was the son of Nathaniel Ogle of Kirkley Hall, Northumberland. As a naval officer he was commissioned a lieutenant on 19 November 1745 and then promoted to captain on 30 June 1756. He served as captain of HMS Yarmouth and then HMS Aquilon during the Seven Years' War. He took a number of valuable prizes during his cruises, and received a knighthood in 1768. From 1770 he commanded the 74-gun HMS Elizabeth during the Falklands Crisis, and then the 74-gun HMS Resolution from 1774. He served under Admiral Sir George Rodney at the relief of Gibraltar in January 1780, the Action of 8 January 1780 and the Battle of Cape St. Vincent. He was promoted to Rear-Admiral of the Blue on 26 September 1780, Vice-Admiral of the Blue on 24 September 1787, Vice-Admiral of the Red on 1 February 1793, Admiral of the Blue on 12 April 1794 and Admiral of the Red in 1805.


In 1773 he acquired the manor of Kings Worthy, Hampshire and on 12 March 1816 was created 1st Baronet of Worthy in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom.


Family


His sister Isabella married his cousin and namesake Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle. Ogle himself married Hester Thomas, daughter of John Thomas, Bishop of Winchester, in 1761. (His brother Newton married her sister.) He was succeeded in the Baronetcy by his son, Charles.


Portraits


There is a different portrait of the Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle of Worthy in the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich, dated 1780. Another portrait of Sir Chaloner

-------------------- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sir_Chaloner_Ogle,_1st_Baronet

Sir Chaloner Ogle, 1st Baronet (1726 – 27 August 1816) was an officer of the Royal Navy. He served during the Seven Years' War, American War of Independence, and the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.


Life


He was the son of Nathaniel Ogle of Kirkley Hall, Northumberland. As a naval officer he was commissioned a lieutenant on 19 November 1745 and then promoted to captain on 30 June 1756. He served as captain of HMS Yarmouth and then HMS Aquilon during the Seven Years' War. He took a number of valuable prizes during his cruises, and received a knighthood in 1768. From 1770 he commanded the 74-gun HMS Elizabeth during the Falklands Crisis, and then the 74-gun HMS Resolution from 1774. He served under Admiral Sir George Rodney at the relief of Gibraltar in January 1780, the Action of 8 January 1780 and the Battle of Cape St. Vincent. He was promoted to Rear-Admiral of the Blue on 26 September 1780, Vice-Admiral of the Blue on 24 September 1787, Vice-Admiral of the Red on 1 February 1793, Admiral of the Blue on 12 April 1794 and Admiral of the Red in 1805.


In 1773 he acquired the manor of Kings Worthy, Hampshire and on 12 March 1816 was created 1st Baronet of Worthy in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom.


Family


His sister Isabella married his cousin and namesake Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle. Ogle himself married Hester Thomas, daughter of John Thomas, Bishop of Winchester, in 1761. (His brother Newton married her sister.) He was succeeded in the Baronetcy by his son, Charles.


Portraits


There is a portrait of the Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle of Worthy in the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich, dated 1780. Another portrait of Sir Chaloner Ogle of Worthy by a follower of Joshua Reynolds was sold at Christie's auction house in 2009, which bears the same likeness to the painting in the National Maritime Museum.

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Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle, 1st Baronet's Timeline

1726
1726
Kirkley Hall, Northumberland.
1768
1768
Age 42
1770
1770
Age 44
1775
May 24, 1775
Age 49
1816
1816
Age 90
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