Clement-Jones family v2/21 - Person Sheet
Clement-Jones family v2/21 - Person Sheet
NameAdmiral Sir Challoner OGLE, 1985
ChildrenBarbarina , 1984
Notes for Admiral Sir Challoner OGLE
1st Bart.


He was the son of Nathaniel Ogle of Kirkley Hall, Northumberland.

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.
His sister Isabella married his cousin and namesake Admiral Sir Chalonor Ogle (1681–1750)

He married Hester Thomas daughter of the Bishop of Winchester in 1761. ( His brother Newton married her sister) He was succeeded to the Baronetcy by his son, Sir Charles Ogle, 2nd Baronet.

There is a portrait of the Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle of Worthy in the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich, England, dated 1780. Another Portrait of Sir Chaloner Ogle of Worthy by a follower of Reynolds was sold at Christies auction House in 2009, which bears the same likeness to the painting in the Maritime museum.

A portrait of a Senior Captain(Commodores uniform) Chaloner Ogle(1725–1814) by George Romney dated 1781(inscribed 25 years later) is held by the MET N.Y. Captain Ogle served under Admiral Hawke at the battle Quiberon Bay and was cousin of Sir Chaloner. Captain Ogles' memorial is in Winchester Cathedral.
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