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Phillip Jacob Ogline, Sr

Hessen, Germany
Death 12 Mar 1830 (aged 81–82)
Ferndale, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA
Burial Ferndale, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA
Memorial ID 36582404 · View Source
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PHILLIP OGLINE s/o Johann Jacob Ogline that immigrated from Deuschland (aka Germany). Settled first in Lancaster County, relocated to York County then in later years to Bedford County which became Cambria County then Somerset County in 1795.

Phillip OGLINE had md Catherine Marie Miller d/o Yost Joseph & Mary MILLER, and although the couple had from six to eight offspring children, two daughters supposedly (not as yet accurately & positively identified or documented as Ogline children) Catherine & Martha (Mary) have been named as Ogline's marrying into the ANKENY & CRAMER surname lines.

Sons George & David have not as yet been positively identified with discovery research on-going. Phillip Jr. and Jacob have been positively identified and linked to Phillip & Catherine (read adjoining FAG memorials).

In conclusion. The offspring of Phillip & Catherine OGLINE have been positively identified as the following:

+ Jacob J. Ogline that md Kate Hildebran
+ Phillip J. Ogline that md Eliza Emert
+ Mary M. Ogline that md John Cromer

Please refer any an all comments, suggestions, additions etc to the author, G Charles Ogline @ e-mail address Last edit date of this memorial is: Feb 22, 017.

POST NOTE: Phillip & Catherine OGLINE farmed and lived on lands that were at that time of history situated in Cambria County. By act of government mandate, parts of Cambria County become Somerset County. According to the Ferndale Historical Society, the area where the Ogline's lived was known as Horseshoe Valley until 1854. The two were buried 20-30 feet from the stoney Creek with rocks piled upon their graves. The exact location of the gravesite is not known to anyone presently living. The majority of people prior to the civil war were buried by family members on the lands in which they lived upon and farmed. Wooden crosses & rocks were placed on the grave sites and as time passed the wood rotted & the rocks settled into the ground. This authors ancestors refer to Phillip & Catherine's graves as being situated in the STONEYCREEK CEMETERY because that's where they are buried.

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  • Created by: G. Charles Ogline Lantay (aka Gregory P. Lantay)
  • Added: 30 Apr 2009
  • Find A Grave Memorial 36582404
  • Find A Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Phillip Jacob Ogline, Sr (1748–12 Mar 1830), Find A Grave Memorial no. 36582404, citing Ferndale along Stoney Creek, Ferndale, Cambria County, Pennsylvania, USA ; Maintained by G. Charles Ogline Lantay (aka Gregory P. Lantay) (contributor 39265068) .