- Chaloner Ogle
Sir Chaloner Ogle
Sir Chaloner Ogle
Born 1681 Died 1750 Allegiance Kingdom of Great Britain Service/branch Royal Navy Rank Admiral of the Fleet Commands held HMS Swallow Battles/wars
Battle of Cape LopezWar of Jenkins' Ear
Born the son of John Ogle, a Newcastle barrister, Ogle came from the Kirkley Hall branch of the prominent Northumbrian Ogle family of Northumberland. He joined the Royal Navy as a volunteer in 1697.
In 1721 he commanded HMS Swallow, leading the fleet in action off the West African coast. In 1722 he defeated the pirate fleet of Bartholomew Roberts in the Battle of Cape Lopez, for which success he was awarded a knighthood.
In 1742 he was accused of an alleged assault upon Edward Trelawny, Governor of Jamaica but his career survived and he was appointed Admiral of the White and in 1749 he became Admiral of the Fleet.
The IGI records that Challoner Ogle was married to Henrietta Isaacson on 16 October 1714, in Saint James' Church, Duke's Place, London, England. Other sources assert that he was first married in 1726 to Henrietta Issacson; and secondly in 1737 to his cousin Isabella Ogle, daughter of Nathaniel Ogle of Kirkley Hall. Thus he was the great uncle of his brother-in-law and namesake, Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle, 1726 – 1816.
- ^ a b c d e f g Chaloner Ogle at Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
- ^ A History of Northumberland Vol XII (The Northumberland County History Committee) (1929) Miss Madeleine Hope Dodds. p. 503
- ^ Ogle Tales and Trails
- ^ Rayment, Leigh. "Rochester (Kent)". House of Commons. http://www.leighrayment.com/commons/Rcommons2.htm. Retrieved 11 November 2010.
Parliament of Great Britain Preceded by
Member of Parliament for Rochester
1746 — 1750
With: David Polhill
Military offices Preceded by
Sir John Norris
Admiral of the Fleet
Sir James Steuart
Admirals of the Fleet (1690–1828)
Edward Russell · Sir George Rooke · Sir Cloudesley Shovell · Sir Stafford Fairborne · Sir George Byng · Sir John Norris · Sir Chaloner Ogle · James Steuart · George Clinton · The Lord Anson · Sir William Rowley · Sir Edward Hawke · John Forbes · The Earl Howe · Sir Peter Parker · Prince William, Duke of Clarence
First Naval Lords (1828–1904)
Sir George Cockburn · Sir Thomas Hardy · The Hon. George Dundas · Charles Adam · Sir George Cockburn · Sir Charles Adam · Sir George Cockburn · Sir William Parker · Sir Charles Adam · Sir James Dundas · The Hon. Maurice Berkeley · Hyde Parker · The Hon. Maurice Berkeley · The Hon. Sir Richard Dundas · William Martin · The Hon. Sir Richard Dundas · The Hon. Sir Frederick Grey · Sir Alexander Milne · Sir Sydney Dacres · Sir Alexander Milne · Sir Hastings Yelverton · Sir George Wellesley · Sir Astley Key · Sir Arthur Hood · Lord John Hay · Sir Arthur Hood · Sir Richard Hamilton · Sir Anthony Hoskins · Sir Frederick Richards · Lord Walter Kerr
First Sea Lords (1904–present)
Sir John Fisher · Sir Arthur Wilson · Sir Francis Bridgeman · Prince Louis of Battenberg · The Lord Fisher · Sir Henry Jackson · Sir John Jellicoe · Sir Rosslyn Wemyss · The Earl Beatty · Sir Charles Madden, Bt · Sir Frederick Field · The Lord Chatfield · Sir Roger Backhouse · Sir Dudley Pound · The Lord Cunningham of Hyndhope · Sir John Cunningham · The Lord Fraser of North Cape · Sir Rhoderick McGrigor · The Earl Mountbatten of Burma · Sir Charles Lambe · Sir Caspar John · Sir David Luce · Sir Varyl Begg · Sir Michael Le Fanu · Sir Peter Hill-Norton · Sir Michael Pollock · Sir Edward Ashmore · Sir Terence Lewin · Sir Henry Leach · Sir John Fieldhouse · Sir William Staveley · Sir Julian Oswald · Sir Benjamin Bathurst · Sir Jock Slater · Sir Michael Boyce · Sir Nigel Essenhigh · Sir Alan West · Sir Jonathon Band · Sir Mark Stanhope
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