Quoting Google scholar; John Ogg, First Connecticut Volunteers,of the Lyman Colony, Natchez District fled an apparent insurrection at Fort Panmure (also named Fort Rosalie)in late 1770's.The subject company was divided into two parties; one being captured by American revolutionaries; the other (including John Ogg) fleeing across hostile Indian territory for some 90 days arriving at the relative safety of the British garrison in Richmond County, Georgia.
John Ogg is found on the Richmond County Georgia tax index for the year 1797 living in the Ward District. Richmond County Marriage Records show John Ogg, spouse Mildred Garrett marriage date July 24, 1793.
Amelia Ogg, apparent sister, is found on the Richmond County Marriage Records as spouse of James M. Hall marriage date June 24, 1809.A second marriage record is found showing Ann Amelia Ogg as spouse of James Moon, marriage date July 23, 1831.
According to Minutes of Inferior Court 1790-1821, Book No. 3, 1810-1818 page 557, on May 2, 1814 James Churchill was appointed guardian of Thomas and Amelia Ogg, minor orphans of John Ogg, deceased.
According to the above Minutes, page 572 November 7, 1814: Division of the estate of John Ogg, deceased was ordered at the request of James Tinsley in right of his wife Hester Ann Tinsley, formerly Hester Ann Ogg.
The child of John Ogg and Mildred Garrett was Thomas A. Ogg Sr. born 1808, Richmond County, Georgia: died 1875 Magnolia, Grimes County, Texas. Upon his arrival in Texas Thomas adopted the name John Thomas Ogg
Thomas A. Ogg Sr. married Eliza Suggs May 15, 1831 in Richmond County, Georgia,Eliza Suggs was born 1808 in Georgia and died in childbirth in 1832.Thomas then married Martha Fulcher December 10, 1835 in Richmond County, Georgia. Martha Fulcher was born 1832, and died in 1888 in Magnolia, Grimes County, Texas.
I have genealogical records documenting the descent of the Texas Ogg family; however I am attempting to document the pedigree of John Ogg.Any information would be appreciated.