Stacy, Perhaps your Oggs are part of the Ogg family that came to Ohio from Baltimore County, Maryland -- that part that became Carroll County in 1837.These are descended from a George Ogg who was first in Anne Arundel County, MD in 1703 and in Baltimore County by 1715.Some of his descendants went to Ohio after the War of 1812, along with others who lived in the Delaware Upper Hundred of Baltimore County.My GGGGrandfather John Pennington and others of his family were among these who settled in Belmont, Guernsey and Harrison Counties.William Ogg, George Ogg, and John Ogg all served in a Rifle Battalion along with my ancestor John Pennington during the War of 1812.Other allied or neighboring families were Frizzell, Marsh, Sewell, Sykes, Marsh, Davis, Phillips, Selby, Baker.
George Ogg was fairly famous in his time for he had a road that ran out from Baltimore Town into the wilderness that was western Baltimore county.The Carroll County Genealogical Society has published a very nice book on cemeteries of the area, which includes sketches of churches with cemeteries, directions to localities, layouts of graves.George Ogg's final resting place is detailed in the book.
I think that Hogg, Hoge, etc. may sometimes be variant spellings for Ogg.
Although this is not specific to your search, I hope it might help.