Minutes of Inferior Court Book 3 1810-1818 Richmond Co. Georgia:May 2, 1814: James Churchill applies for guardianship of Thomas and Amelia Ogg, minor orphans of John Ogg, deceased.
Richmond County Georgia Early Marriage Records pg 38: Ogg, John & Mildred GarrettJuly 24,1793 Ogg, Thomas& Eliza Suggs May 15,1831 Ogg, Thomas & Martha Fulcher December 10,1835
1830 and 1840 Census Georgia, Richmond Co. shows Thomas Ogg as head of household with 5 children and 2 slaves (one male and one female), 1 free colored person, male.
April 28,1846 Grimes Co. Texas tax rolls shows that Thomas Ogg paid taxes on two negroes valued at $1,200.00.
1849 Grimes Co. tax rolls show that Thomas Ogg purchased 320 acres of land, adjacent to Walnut Creek from Richard Allen for $160.00.At this time Thomas Ogg also had two negroes and one wagon.
1850 Grimes Co. tax rolls show the same property with the addition of four horses and thirteen head of cattle.
Thomas Ogg no longer appears on the tax rolls after 1870.
1850 Census for Grimes Co. Texas dated 28th day of October 1850 shows that at this time Thomas has assumed his father's first name;
John Thomas Ogg male 46 born in Georgia Martha Ogg female 38 born in Georgia John Ogg Jr. m 18 born in Georgia Elizabeth Ogg f 12 born in Georgia James Ogg m 10 born in Georgia Amelia Ogg f 8 born in Georgia Caroline Ogg f 6 born in Georgia Thomas Ogg m 4 born in Texas Henry Ogg m 2 months born in Texas Martha Ogg f 2 months born in Texas
Thomas Ogg born approximately 1804 in Georgia, died November 11,1875 in Texas and is buried in the cemetary at the Magnolia Baptist Church in Montgomery, Texas (anecdotal). Information on grandchildren available.Correspondence invitation: William Allen Ogg, 901 Twin Oaks, Houston, Texas77076-2806..e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org