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From the files of Hull University, Hull, England
The Hull History Centre is an archive and local studies library in Hull, England, that houses the combined collections of both the Hull City Council and Hull University archives and local studies resources. This collaboration between Hull City Council, Hull University, and the Heritage Lottery Fund made Hull the first city in the UK to unite local council and university collections under one roof.
 

Papers of the Ogle Family of Flamborough 1566-1975

Historical background:

The Ogle family has roots in pre-conquest Northumberland, where they had extensive properties including the castles of Ogle and Bothal. They were involved in border battles with the Scots and Lord Ogle was one of the English leaders at the Battle of Flodden. It is possible that the family was involved with the Constable family of Flamborough and that a member of the Ogle family was in the military service of Marmaduke Constable (1443-1518).
This may explain why John and Jennet Ogle arrived in Flamborough in the mid-sixteenth century. He died in 1605 and his wife in 1614 (U DOG/11/30).
John and Jennet Ogle had a son, George, in 1566, who served in Ireland with Robert Constable and in the 1630s was a churchwarden at St Oswald's in Flamborough. He died in 1638 leaving three houses, 21 cottages and three closes. Two branches of the family by this time existed and they owned considerable property in Flamborough. George's son, John (b.1605), died prematurely in circa 1638, leaving behind a widow, Thomasina, who did not die until 1696. Their son, also John, was born just before he died, probably in 1637. He had three sons: John (1667-1731), George (1670-1742) and William (1671-1757). George had four children: John, George, Mark and Jane. There are a few papers in the collection from this line of the family, but the bulk are papers of William Ogle, his wife, Elizabeth Jarratt, and their descendants.

William and Elizabeth's son, John Ogle, was born 1702. Their other children included Frances, who married James Harrison. John Ogle married Ann Sawden and were active in the local community; for example, building the spa well. Their eldest son, William (1736-1788) was the second largest landowner in the village after Walter Strickland the lord of the manor. At enclosure in 1767 he and his younger brother, John (1742-1796), received 118 and 169 acres respectively and when he died unmarried this land passed to other members of the family, which now had many branches (U DOG/11/30). A reasonable proportion of the correspondence and diaries/notebooks in the collection are those of William's younger brother John. John Ogle went into the church. He married first Margaret Rudd (d.1776) and then Martha Furniss (d.1826) by whom he had John Furniss Ogle (b.1781), Charlotte, Harriet and several other children. The other concentration of papers in the collection are those of John Furniss Ogle, who also went into the church. The family letters of their wives are also in the collection and the value of the correspondence lies largely in it being about local and family affairs. This includes some comment about parliamentary elections as well as gossip about smuggling and shipwrecks. John Furniss Ogle married, secondly, Frances Conington, and died in 1850. Their eldest son, John, followed the evangelical preoccupations of his father, initially preaching locally and building a local infants' and Sunday school and then a missionary in Algeria before drowning at sea in 1866. His younger brother William (b.1824) was also an evangelical Christian, who went to school at Rugby under Dr Arnold (some mention in letters) and then St Catherine's College, Cambridge, where he was elected fellow. He studied medicine at Edinburgh, Dublin and London before moving in 1860 to Derby where he became physician at Derbyshire Royal Infirmary. He founded the Derbyshire Medical Association in 1862 and the Nursing and Sanitary Institution about which he corresponded with Florence Nightingale. He married Margaret Lambert and had two sons and is largely remembered for being the first to use the term 'immunity' in the medical sense. He was involved in the Young Mens' Christian Association and he died in 1905 in Derby.

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Hull History Centre: Papers of the Ogle Family of Flamborough

The papers of the family do not go beyond this generation, but the Ogles continued to be landowners who dominated the religious life of Flamborough. In 1918 18 cottages and the 181 acre Ocean View farm were sold by the Reverend H L Ogle and only three years later the 97 acre North Moor farm was sold by the Reverend PHD Ogle, ending over 300 years of sizeable landownership in the East Riding.

Custodial History:

Deposited by Bertram E C Ogle, grandson of William Ogle (1824-1905), in Nov 1973 and May 1975.

Description: The papers of the Ogle family consist of a few papers related to their estates, about 300 family letters, some diaries, some legal papers and some miscellaneous items. The estate papers are: Bempton (1708, 1761) including a list of cottagers and common rights 1761; Bridlington (1805-1824), a list of title deeds relating to a house at Bridlington Quay; Flamborough (1629-1821) including a resume of the marriage settlement of John Ogle, a plan of North Moor farm, the 1765 enclosure act and award and 1821 marriage settlement of John Furniss Ogle and Frances Conington; Great Kelk and Gembling (1683-1792) including the marriage settlement by lease and release of John Helmsley, apothecary, and Jane Parker, a widow and the 1767 survey and valuation of the estates of the Reverend John Ogle; Hornsea (1719-1794) including title documents, lease agreements and rentals; Sewerby (1637-1767) including papers of the Jarratt family, sale documents and settlements; Yedingham (1740-1784) including a 1741 agreement made between John Ogle, his wife, Ann Sawden, and her brothers William and Richard. The correspondence and diaries/notebooks largely date from the generation of the Reverend John Ogle (1742-1796), his son the Reverend John Furniss Ogle (1781-1850) their spouses and siblings, with only a few letters pre-dating this period. The legal papers relate to cases in Chancery over estate rights. The miscellaneous papers include a note about the distribution of bibles in Boston, Lincolnshire, in 1813, two bundles relating to the religious careers of John Ogle and his son, John Furniss Ogle, an offprint of the 1959 article of Douglas Hubble about Dr William Ogle that appeared in Medical History and the 1975 typescript of Bertram Ogle giving genealogical details of his family.

Arrangement:

U DOG/1  Bempton, 1708-1761
U DOG/2  Bridlington, 1805-1824
U DOG/3  Flamborough, 1629-1821
U DOG/4  Great Kelk and Gembling, 1683-1792
U DOG/5  Hornsea, 1554-1794
U DOG/6  Sewerby, 1637-1767
U DOG/7  Yedingham, 1557-1784
U DOG/8  Correspondence, 1719-1847
U DOG/9  Diaries and notebooks, 1784-1850
U DOG/10 Legal, 1733-1790
U DOG/11 Miscellaneous, 1696-1975

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Hull History Centre: Papers of the Ogle Family of Flamborough

Extent: 3 boxes (0.5 linear metres)

Related Material:

Other repositories:
William Ogle (1824-1905): correspondence with Florence Nightingale in Royal College of Physicians and British Library; MS3709 Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine; letters to Lovelace Byron, Bodleian

Access Conditions:
Access will be given to any accredited reader

Language:

English; Latin





U DOG/1
Bempton
1708-1761
Lease for 9 years at £4 rent
William Ogle of Flamborough yeoman to John Usher of Bempton husbandman: 1 oxgang in Newsome, par. Bempton - -: Witnessed Danl. Dale, Richard Staveley
1 item
7 Jan 1708
List of cottagers and common rights.  Also extract of Ogle entries from Flamborough christening registers, 1566-1672
1 item

1761
U DOG/2
Bridlington
1805-1824
U DOG/2/1 List of title deeds relating to house at Bridlington Quay.
1 item
1805-1824
U DOG/3
Flamborough
1629-1821
U DOG/3/1 Mutual Quitclaim
(i) Thomas Marshall gent.
(ii) George Ogle yeoman
(iii) Peter Rudston yeoman
(iv) John Nicholson yeoman, all of Flamborough and
(v) John Rickby of Bridlington Key yeoman:
(a) to Thomas Marshall and George Ogle: Foxhole Close,
3 Sandy Leas closes, 7 1/2 oxgangs [an oxgang is 15 acres] and 8 cottages or tofts [Homesteads]
(b) to Thomas Marshall: 2 messuages [a farm w/buildings], 3 cottages, 1 decayed cottage, Fichy Close, 3 oxgangs.31 Aug 1629
(c) to George Ogle: 3 messuages, croft, 6 decayed cottages, 4 cottages, 7 oxgangs, closes called a South More, Hell Close, Wallworth, and Bracken Close.
(d) to Peter Rudston: 2 messuages, 4 oxgangs, and 4 cottages.
(e) to John Nicholson: messuage, croft, toft and 1 oxgang.
(f) to John Rickby: messuage, croft. East South More close, 4 oxgangs, 4 cottages, and a decayed cottage.
Recites a conveyance of the premises to the parties by Sir William Constable, Sir Francis Wortley, Sir John Fenwicke,
Sir Phillip Mouncton and Thomas Appleyard esq. (28 Nov 1628). Tenants named. Witnessed John Fothergill, Will.
Brailford, John Buck, Richard Hicke, Robert Ogle.
1 item

31 Aug 1629
U DOG/3/2 Memorandum of covenant Sir W(illiam) C(onstable) to
George Ogle and others. That they enjoy lands at Flamborough free of all services except those due to Crown
1 item
 
28 Nov 1629
U DOG/3/3 Resume of Marriage Settlement
(i) John Ogle of Flamborough
(ii) his third son William Ogle and Elizabeth Jarratt of Bempton spinster, daughter of William Jarratt of Bempton yeoman deceased (iii) Henry Jarratt of Bempton and Melchior Gibbin of Flamborough yeomen Prior to marriage of William Ogle and Elizabeth Jarratt: farmhouse, cottage, 3 oxgangs and moiety of South More close: With memoranda relating to the children of the couple; and of the Will of William Jarratt. 13 Nov 1683.
1 item
22-23 Oct 1701
U DOG/3/4 Flamborough Land Tax assessment
1 item
1728
U DOG/3/5 Lease for 3 years at £12.10s. rent William Ogle senr. and jnr. to Thomas Walmsley. 2 1/2 oxgangs 1 item
30 Jul 1755
U DOG/3/6 Rough plan of North Moor Farm
1 plan
C.1821
U DOG/3/7 Agreement: William Ogle of Flamborough gent, and Mary Hall widow and Dinah Hall daughter of John Hall deceased. William Ogle to pay £40 to Mary Hall to use of
Dinah Hall and Mary daughter of Mary Hall. They to yield
up to him a house, barn and common right: Witnessed
Katherine Major, Smith Hall, Jane Johnson.
1 item
9 jan 1765
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U DOG/3/8 Flamborough Inclosure Act
1 item
1765
U DOG/3/9 Lease and Release: for £140 John Ogle of Flamborough gent, (son and heir of Rev. George Ogle rector of Lea, co. Lincoln, deceased, second son of John Ogle senr. and brother of John Ogle jnr.) to Ann Ogle of Flamborough widow. 6 cottages (tenants named): Witnessed William Ogle, Marm. Prickett.
2 items
30-31 Dec 1766
U DOG/3/10 Copy. Flamborough Inclosure Award.
1 item 
30 May 1767
U DOG/3/11 Quitclaim: Joseph Whytehead of Bridlington gent, to Rev.John Ogle. Legacy of £100 under Will of Ann Ogle
1 item
16 Mar 1793
U DOG/3/12 Copy. Marriage Settlement
(i) Rev. John Furniss Ogle of Methley
(ii) Frances Conington of Horncastle spinster
(iii) Rev. John Penketh Bu e of Cawthorne and Thomas Lofthouse Potters of Wakefield
(iv) James Watson Conington of Horncastle and John Conington of Jesus College, Cambridge gents.
Prior to marriage of Rev. John Furniss Ogle and Frances Conington: North Moor Farm with 95ac. 1r. 26p.. Farm in Lighthouse Field with 75ac. 2r. 3p.
1 item 
31 Jan 1821
U DOG/3/13 Mortgage: for £100 Robert Rudston of York grocer to Robert Norrison of Whitby gent. 2 messuages, 4 1/2 oxgangs and 4 cottages (as U DOG/3/1 d): Witnessed James Seeker, Francis Smyth, Is. Jefferson.
1 item
6-7 Nov 1690
U DOG/3/14 Lease for a year. Dorothy Rudston spinster (only daughter of Robert Rudston as U DOG/3/13 deceased) to John Ogle gent, both of Flamborough. Messuage and 2 1/2 oxgangs, and 2 cottages near Cross Green: To lead to a Release.  Witnessed William Ogle, Robert Grimston, John Taylor jnr.
1 item
24 May 1741
U DOG/3/15 Bond: in £400. John Ogle to Dorothy Rudston, as U DOG/3/14: for performance of Covenants of Release.
1 item
25 May 1741
U DOG/3/16 Lease for 9 years at £37.1 Os. rent Anne Woolfe of Bridlington widow to Robert and William Major of Flamborough, yeoman and husbandman.  Messuage and 8 oxgangs called Gibbons Farm: Witnessed
John Maior, John Farside.
1 item
23 Apr 1715
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U DOG/3/17 Lease and Release: for £450 Richard Woolfe of Scarborough mariner (son and heir of Henry Woolfe of Bridlington Key merchant deceased) to Matthew Smith, Wapping Stepney, co. Mdx., gent.
Messuage and 8 oxgangs called Gibbons Farm (asU DOG/3/16). Cottage (Kings Street W. and N., cliff S.): Witnessed William Childes, Edward Nunn, Tim. Blomfield.
2 items

9-10 Jul 1723
U DOG/3/18 Final Concord: for £500. Matthew Smith gent, plaintiff and 1 Richard Woolfe deforceant. 3 messuages, 6 cottages, 6 barns, 6 stables, 3 gardens, 250ac. land and 250 ac. pasture in Flamborough and Bridlington
1 item
2 Nov 1723
U DOG/3/19 Final Concord as U DOG/3/18: for £500. Matthew Smith ent, plaintiff and Richard Woolfe deforceant. 3 messuages, 6 cottages, 6 barns, 6 stables, 3 gardens, 250ac. land and 250 ac. pasture in Flamborough and Bridlington
1 item
12 Nov 1723
U DOG/3/20 Lease and Release: for £220. Matthew Smith of Wapping Stepney, co. Mdx., gent, as U DOG/3/17, to John Grimston of Bridlington gent. Messuage and 8 oxgangs called Gibbons Farm (as U DOG/3/16): Witnessed Sam. Burck, Jno. Farside, R. Burdett.
2 items
10-11 Feb1724
U DOG/3/21 Release and Assignment: for £10.10s. Richard Woolf  mariner (son and heir of Henry Woolfe of Bridlington Key merchant deceased) (U DOG/3/17), now of Sunderland nigh the Sea to John Grimston of Bridlington gent. (U DOG/3/20). Messuage and 8 oxgangs called Gibbons Farm
(U DOG/3/16). Also £200 bequeathed to Richard Woolf by Will of his grandfather Robert Greame deceased: Witnessed Danl. Newcome, Wm. Leilam, Peter Boynton.
1 item
25 Nov 1727
U DOG/3/22 Lease and Release: for £2,025 Robert Grimston of Neswick esq. to William Ogle of Flamborough gent. Newly inclosed land in Beacon Field and Lighthouse Field (80ac. 3r. 19p.), and in North Moor (57ac. 1r. 26p.). 1/2r. opposite house of William Ogle: Witnessed John Taylor, Francis Weldon.
2 items
6-7 Apr 1772
U DOG/3/23 Covenant to produce scheduled title deeds further to U DOG/3/22.
1 item
7 Apr 1772
 
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U DOG/3/24 Memorandum by William Ogle That 84ac. (called Cross Bows, Plowsome Leys and Sterndales), parcel of land as U DOG/3/22, was intended to be purchased by his sister Elizabeth Ogle, for £1,200
advanced by her. He undertakes to execute a conveyance, notes by John Ogle that his brother died 25 May 1788, without executing the conveyance. John Ogle and his wife Martha conveyed it Sep 1788.
1 item
30 Aug 1775
U DOG/3/25Schedule of deeds relating to property of William Ogle in Flamborough and Bridlington, in possession of his sister Elizabeth (1723-1772)
1 item
16 Sep 1790













U DOG/4 Great Kelk and Gembling 1683-1792
U DOG/4/1 Settlement Joseph Helmsley of Gt. Kelk yeoman and wife Grace and Ralph Porter of Bridlington mercer (son of Grace Helmsley) and wife Jane to John Helmsley apothecary and Richard Cockrell sadler both of Bridlington. Cottage and 11/2 oxgangs in Gt. Kelk. 2 cottages and 2 little closes, and 4 closes in the 4 township fields (being the share of an oxgang at the late inclosure) in Gembling. Cottage in Bridlington. Tenement and 3 oxgangs in Bempton: To specified uses (mentions Truth Barwick, sister of Ralph Porter). Witnessed William Riggall, Tho. Scriven, Samuel Wearsdale, M. Peirson.
1 item

3 Feb 1683
U DOG/4/2 List of deeds Also relate to Cottingham, Sewerby, Hornsea, Bempton, Flamborough, Yedingham, Beverley, Buckton
1 item
1683-1776
U DOG/4/3 Exemplification of a Final Concord for £260. John Helmseley and Richard Cockerill plaintiffs and Joseph deforceants. Messuage, 4 cottages, 4 curtilages, 200ac. land, Bridlington, Great Kelk and Gembling
1 item
12 Feb 1683
 


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U DOG/4/4 Lease for a year. Ralph and Jane Porter as U DOG/4/1 to Samuel Wearsdale of Bridlington and Marmaduke Nelson of Beverley gents. Capital messuage 11/2 oxgangs Gt. Kelk. Close formerly called Tween-townes and now 4 closes called Hither Tween-townes, Farther Tween-townes, Pond Close and Low Close; 4 Gilburne Closes & 3 Baxters Garths in Gembling: To lead to Release. Witnessed Thomas Remi-ngton, Samuel Broadley, Daniell Livock, Richard Cockrell.
1 item

14 Jan 1687
U DOG/4/5 Marriage Settlement by Lease and Release (i) Jane Porter widow and John Helmsley apothecary both of Bridlington (ii) Samuel Wearsdale of Bridlington and Marmaduke Nelson of Beverley gents.
(iii) Daniel Lyvock of Bridlington yeoman and William Russell of Bridlington Key merchant Prior to marriage of John Helmsley and Jane Porter: capital messuage and 1 1/2 oxgangs in Gt. Kelk. Close formerly called Tween-townes and now in 4 closes called Hither Tween-townes, Farther Tween-townes, Pond Close and Low Close; 4 Gilburne Closes and 3 Baxters Garths in Gembling (as U DOG/4/4): Witnessed Richard Cockrell, Grace Remington, Thomas Helmsley, Jedidiah Luck, Ellen
Hardy.
2 items

5-6 Oct 1688
U DOG/4/6 Mortgage for £100. John Helmsley apothecary of Bridlington as U DOG/4/5 and wife Jane to William Bower of Bridlington Key merchant. Capital messuage and 1 1/2 oxgangs in Gt. Kelk. Close formerly called Tween-townes and now in 4 closes called Hither Tween-townes, Farther Tween-townes, Pond Close and Low Close; 4 Gilburne Closes and 3 Baxters Garths in Gembling (as DOG/4/4):
Witnessed Anne Easton, Elizabeth Cappleman, Samuel Wearsdale.
1 item

9 May 1693
U DOG/4/7 Exemplification of a Final Concord: for £120 Matthew Jarratt plaintiffs and John Helmsley and wife
Jane, Humphrey Robinson and wife Anne, Stephen Grayburne and wife Margaret deforceants. Messuage, lOOac. land, lOac. meadow and 20ac. pasture in Gt. Kelk, Gembling, Beverley and Buckton (Trinity 1693)
1 item

21 Jun 1693
 
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U DOG/4/8 Bill in Chancery of John Ombler of Hedon tanner and wife Jane (daughter of Ralph Porter jnr. and wife Jane; Ralph Porter jnr. being only son of Ralph Porter senr. and wife Grace). For injunction against John Helmsley of Newsome, Thomas Helmsley of Bridlington Key and Marmaduke Nelson of Beverley gents, who claim title to estates of Ralph Porter senr. in Gt. Kelk and Gembling.
1 item

15Jul 1712
U DOG/4/9 Deed to declare uses of Final Concord as U DOG/4/7, by John Helmesley of Newsam gent. To use of John George Walker, Tho. Helmsley, Richard Staveley.
1 item
22 May 1714
U DOG/4/10 Lease and Release for £271
(i) William Nelson son and heir of Marmaduke Nelson of Beverley gent, deceased
(ii) Elizabeth Nelson widow of Marmaduke Nelson
(iii) John Helmsley of Newsam gent, and his daughter Mary (by deceased wife Jane) to
(iv) William Ogle of Flamborough husbandman For £271 to Elizabeth Nelson: capital messuage 1 1/2 oxgangs, Gt. Kelk. Close formerly called Tween-townes and now 4 closes Hither Tweentownes, Farther Tween-townes, Pond Close and Low Close; 4 Gilburne Closes and 3 Baxters Garths in Gembling (as U DOG/4/4): Recites an Assignment of the Mortgage as U DOG/4/6 to Marmaduke
Nelson (23/24 May 1697). Witnessed John Agars, Ann Jarratt, Chris. Myers, John Norris, Chris Sissison.
2 items
May 1714
U DOG/4/11 Release for £510. John Helmsley of Newsam gent, and his daughter Mary (by deceased wife Jane) to William Ogle of Flamborough husbandman, all as U DOG/4/10. Capital messuage and 1 1/2 oxgangs in Gt. Kelk. Close formerly called Tween-townes and 4 closes called Hither Tween-townes, Farther Tween-townes, Pond Close & Low Close; 4 Gilburne Closes & 3 Baxters Garths, Gembling (U DOG/4/4): Witnessed John Agars, Ann Jarratt, Chris. Myers.
1 item
 
29 May 1714
U DOG/4/12 Release: for £510. John Helmsley of Newsam gent, (as U DOG/4/10) and his daughter Elizabeth Helmsley of Newsam spinster, to William Ogle of Flamborough husbandman (U DOG/4/10). Capital messuage and 1 1/2 oxgangs in Gt. Kelk. Close formerly called Tween-townes and now in 4 closes called Hither Tween-townes, Farther Tween-townes, Pond Close and Low Close; 4 Gilburne Closes and 3 Baxters Garths in Gembling (as U DOG/4/4): Witnessed John Ogle jnr., Francis Taite, William Ripley.
1 item
23 Mar 1717
 
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U DOG/4/13 Memorial of U DOG/4/12.
1 item

23 Mar 1717
U DOG/4/14 Covenant to stand seised William Ogle gent, to his son John Ogle yeoman both of Flamborough. Capital messuage and 1 1/2 oxgangs in Gt. Kelk. Close formerly called Tween-townes and now in 4; margin-left: closes called Hither Tween-townes, Farther Tween-townes, Pond Close and Low Close; 4 Gilburne Closes and 3 Baxters Garths in Gembling (as U DOG/4/4, reserving a house and 2 closes on S. side of Gemeling Green): To use of John Ogle subject to £28 yearly to William Ogle for life. Witnessed William Ogle jnr., Ann Stafford.
1 item
9 Jun 1748
U DOG/4/15 Bargain and Sale: for £100 
James Harrison of Flamborough gent, and wife Frances (daughter of William Ogle deceased) to Ann Ogle of Flamborough widow. Estate of William Ogle in Kelk: Recites Marriage Settlement of James and Frances £100 payable to them after death of William Ogle. br> Frances Ogle shall hold the estate until reimbursed from the rents, when it shall pass to the use of her son John Ogle. Witnessed John and William Ogle, John Yates. With draft.
1 item
20 Jul 1757
U DOG/4/16 Lease and Release. William Ogle, eldest son of John Ogle  and grandson of William Ogle both deceased, all of Flamborough gents., to his brother John Ogle of Kilham gent.  Capital messuage and 1 1/2 oxgangs in Gt. Kelk. Close formerly called Tween-townes and now in 4 closes called
Hither Tween-townes, Farther Tween-townes, Pond Close and Low Close; 4 Gilburne Closes and 3 Baxters Garths in Gembling (as U DOG/4/4): Witnessed Thomas Taylor, Marm. Prickett, Ann Ogle, R. Garthwaite.
2 items

7-8 May 1762
U DOG/4/17 Survey and Valuation of estate of Rev. John Ogle at Kelk, by T. Lazenby. With copy
1 item

Nov 1767
U DOG/4/18 Letter: Thos. Lazenby, Burdale (to John Ogle) His valuation as U DOG/4/17; will send particulars soon. Attached is a plan of Gilburn Closes and Backhouse Garths on S. side of Gembling Green; with note on fences
1 item
22 Dec 1767
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DOG/4/19 Tenancy Agreement: for 3 years at £50 rent Rev. John Ogle of Hunsingore to Margaret Dalton of Gt. Kelk widow. Capital messuage and 3 1/2 oxgangs in Gt. Kelk. Hither and Further Tween Towns Closes, Ponds Close and Low Close in Gembling: Any land in Gt. Kelk enclosed during the term of the Agreement to be subject to a new agreement. Margaret Dalton to level anthills on Gembling closes. Witnessed W. Ogle.
1 item
21 Sep 1770
U DOG/4/20 Agreement to U DOG/4/19 for 3 years at £63 rent Rev. John Ogle of Hunsingore to Henry Leuty of Killinghall yeoman. Capital messuage and 3 1/2 oxgangs in Gt. Kelk. Hither and Further Tween Towns Closes, Ponds Close and Low Close in Gembling, as U DOG/4/19, and Porter Close Gembling: Witnessed Thos. Abbott.
1 item

2 Nov 1785
U DOG/4/21 Accounts for building work (stable and barn)at Kelk
3 items
1786-1791
DOG/4/22 Tenancy Agreement: from year to year at £73.1 Os. rent Rev. John Ogle to Henry Leuty of Gt. Kelk yeoman. Capital messuage, adjoining messuage. Tinker Nook Close, 4 oxgangs and odd lands in Gt. Kelk. Mither and Farther Tween Towns, Pond Close, Low Close and Porter Close in Gembling: Witnessed Mary Leech.
1 item

3 Mar 1789
DOG/4/23 Memorandum relating to case in Exchequer Henry Dawkins and Francis Danby v. John Dixon and others: tithes of Gembling - -: Reference to a "Deed of Partition upon the Inclosure of Gembling 4 August 1624".
1 item

c. 1792

U DOG/5
 Hornsea
1554-1794
U DOG/5/1 Lists of title deeds relating to an estate at Hornsea Burton. Messuage and 10 oxgangs; Butcher Close alias Mill Close, Went Lands, Ten Acre Close, Warriners Fee, Brade Carr,Rowlston Heads
2 items
1554-1749
U DOG/5/2 Details of a copyhold estate of William Ogle.
1 item
1719-1795
U DOG/5/3 Receipts for land tax; rate for Kings Bench and Marshalsea, lame soldiers and prisoners in York Castle; and house duty, paid over by collectors of Hornsea.
3 items
1724-1737
 

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U DOG/5/4 Receipts for fee-farm rents in Hornsea paid by Ralph Hodgshon and Peace Bedal.
2 items
1727-1734
U DOG/5/5 Land tax bills for Hornsea and Hornsea Burton.
2 items

1737
U DOG/5/6 Poor rate assessment
1 item

1738
U DOG/5/7 Lease for 11 years at £30 rent William Watts of North Cave to Joseph Green of Hull gents. Butcher Close or Miln Close, Warriner Fee, Brade Carr and Rowlston Heads (in occupation of Richard Simpson): Witnessed Robt. Jarratt, Chris. Hoyle
1 item
7 Dec 1739
U DOG/5/8 Lease for a year at £41.5s. rent in all William Ogle of Flamborough gent, to John Shotling of Hornsea yeoman. Messuage and garth in Hornsea; 4 oxgangs in Hornsea and Southorp; odd lands in Hornsea; Butcher Close, Warrener Fee, Norththorp Close and Souththorp Close in Hornsea and Hornsea Burton: Witnessed James Moore, Joseph Harrison.
1 item
10 Feb 1764
U DOG/5/9 Deed to lead to uses of a Fine. Joseph Whytehead of Bridlington Key master mariner and wife Ann and Elizabeth Ogle of Scarborough spinster (Ann Whytehead and Elizabeth Ogle being daughters of John Ogle of Flamborough gent, deceased) and William Ogle of Flamborough gent. Broad Carr and Rowston Heads, Hornsey Burton. 2 houses and garths & 2 closes, and a third part of 3 tenements and 2 garths in Bempton. An oxgang in Newsome in Bempton: Property in Newsome and Bempton to use of Elizabeth Ogle; in Hornsea Burton to Joseph and Ann Whytehead. Witnessed John Taylor, R. Hitt jnr.
1 item
21 Nov 1771
 U DOG/5/10 Counterpart of U DOG/4/9.
1 item
 
21 Nov 1771
U DOG/5/11 Rough plan of lands at (Hornsea Burton) List of owners and tenants of open field land; and note on manor of Hornsea Burton
1 item
c. 1787
U DOG/5/12 Quitclaim: Elizabeth Ogle of Flamborough spinster to her brother Rev. John Ogle. Copyhold estate at Hornsea: References to settlements of estate of their brother William. Witnessed Chris. Ogle Harrison, Hannah Harrison.
1 item
21 May 1794
 


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U DOG/7/2 Mar 1741
(i) John Ogle of Flamborough yeoman and wife Anne (a
daughter of Richard Sawdon of Brompton yeoman
deceased)and
(ii) William Sawdon (brother of Richard Sawdon deceased)
and Richard Sawdon (brother of Anne Ogle) both of
Brompton yeomen
John Ogle to lay our £300 (of which Anne Ogle was
possessed before their marriage) on lands to their uses.
She having already settled Mill Close in Yedingham to
such uses. Witnessed Cha. Cartwright, Tho. Conyers,
Richard Shilleto.
1 item
U DOG/7/3 Note of deeds relating to Yedingham Estate. 1740-1776
1 item<  
U DOG/7/4 Case and opinion of L. Place, York
Title of (John) Ogle and wife to estate at Yedingham
1 item
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11 Nov 1776<  
U DOG/7/5
U DOG/8
U DOG/8/1
U DOG/8/2
U DOG/8/3
U DOG/8/4
U DOG/8/5

 
 
Hull History Centre: Papers of the Ogle Family of Flamborough
Lease for a year at £15 rent. Rev. John Ogle of Hunsingore 11 Nov 1784
to George Vasey and John Temple of Ebberston yeomen:
Mill Close: Witnessed William Ogle, Richard Sawdon.
1 item
Correspondence 1719-1847
Letters to William Ogle, Flamborough, from nephewb 1719
George Ogle, Brigg, and John Wilkinson, Hull
George Ogle asks him to perform his father's desires. John
Wilkinson threatens a Chancery suit over title to land
1 bundle
Letters to John Ogle, Durham, from sister Jane; father 1740-1755
George, Lea (4); and incomplete. Family affairs; death of
 father and brother Mark; estate at Flamborough.Copies of
letter. Rev. Robert Pigott, Durham, to George Ogle, and of
his reply: settling family affairs. 21/28 Jan 1742/3
1 bundle
Letters to (Barbara?) Wilkinson from Dorothy Rudston, 1752
Flamborough. Arranging a meeting; Dorothy Rudston's
new lodgings
2 items
Letters to William Ogle, Flamborough and York. From John 1754
Ogle, Durham: Flamborough estate affairs; death of Mrs.
Rudston; destruction of warrens at Hartlepools and elsew¬
here in CO. Durham; dealings in malt; case re tithe offish.
2 items
Letters to Rev. John Ogle, Hunsingore. From brother 1772-1795
William Ogle, Flamborough (17); father-in-law J. Rudd;
brother-in-law Rev. James Rudd, Beverley; William
Dobson, Brandesburton; Thomas Parker, Beverley; Joseph
(4) and Rev. William Whytehead, Hornsea; Thomas Moon
jnr., Bridlington (2); sister Elizabeth Ogle, Flamborough (5);
Sir Robert Hildyard, Harrogate and Sedbury (7); John
Dawson, Bridlington; John Williamson, Bridlington Key (2);
Robert Scott, York (3); Marmaduke Prickett, Bridlington (3);
Henry Leuty, Gt. Kelk (2); C. Furniss, Bawtry; Jo.
Whytehead, Burlington: family and estate (Flamborough,
Kelk, Yedingham, Hornsea, Bridlington) affairs; French
privateers off Flamborough (21/9/79); shipwrecks
(15.11.82); smuggling (25.4.83); Gembling tithes (87; 88;
91); getting stone from Flamborough head (2.1.88); Ogle
and Contable families' and Flamborough history (2.1.88): A
few endorsed with draft replies. Also drafts of letters from
John Ogle (5). Also from son John Furniss Ogle, at school
(14). With examination reports (7). 1790-1795
1 bundle
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U DOG/8/6 Letters to Mrs. Martha Ogle (second wife of Rev. John 1779-1838
Ogle; nee Furniss). From John Ogle, Hunsingore; sister
Elizabeth, Bawtry (3); son John Furniss Ogle, Doncaster,

Cambridge and Skirbeck (6); Thomas Ibbotson, Driffield:
mainly personal matters and news of family and friends;
vicarage and hermitage at Louth (11.11.00); Hornsea
estate (6.5.02); balloon ascent at Pontefract (19.9.04);
extension to house at Kelk (2.2.26); Kelk tithes (11.10.38).
1 bundle
U DOG/8/7 Letters to William Whytehead, Bridlington, from Rev. J.  1793-1794
Ogle, Hunsingore: estate at Sewerby, Hornsea and
Southorpe.
2 items
U DOG/8/8 Letter to Rev. John Furniss Ogle from mother, Martha Ogle 1801-1846
(16) and sister Charlotte (7), York; wife Frances (4); son
John, Silk Willoughby, Rugby and Cambridge (10)
News of family and friends; estate affairs (Hornsea,
; margin-left: Sewerby); education of John Ogle (mentions Dr. Arnold).
1801-1841
Also from John Mansfield, Patrington, Thrapston, Clare
Hall (4); J. Landon, Aberford; John Young, Madeira; A.H.
Cathcart, Wolverton, Kippax (2); M. Whytehead,
Easingwold; H. Dring, Bridlington (3); J.W. and Jane
Conington, Horncastle; T.S. Russell, Castleford; John
Conington, Grantham; William Kendall, Bridlington (2); D.
Taylor, Bridlington; E. Bickersteth, London; Thomas
Ibbotson, Driffield; E. Conington; Denis Barker, Wakefield
(2); W. Whytehead, York, Scarborough and Easingwold
(10); T. Sanders, Silk Willoughby; Charles V. Favill,
Sheffield; B.T. Harland, Bridlington (3): curacies of
Patrington (5.12.03-31.1.04), Aberford (2.4.09) and
Methley (11.8.10; 8.10.17); Madeira (2.7.10); estate affairs
(Flamborough, Great Kelk, Hornsea and Bridlington [fire in
St. John's St. 16.1.22]); vicarage house, Boston (7.11.38);
apprenticing son to doctor (see also U DOG/8/9) (20.5.42).
1803-1846
And from friend Rev. John Penketh Briee, Halsall,
Tankersley, Everton and Cawthorne (16): curacies of
Waterfall, co. Staffs. (2.2.10), Huyton, Lanes. (2.2.10),
Kirkham, co. Lanes. (1.11.13), and Denby (16.6.18);
collapse of old church at Liverpool (16.2.10); canal shares
(8.4.10); Tankersley church (22.2.13; 27.9.13 and 1.11.13);
new living at Everton (22.2.13; 31.5.13 and 27.9.13);
Parliamentary elections (Liverpool, Pontefract) (16.6.18);
general gossip. 1810-1818
With copy letter from Rev. John Furniss Ogle to Bishop of
Lincoln: return relating to schools in Boston. 27 Nov 1848
1 bundle
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U DOG/8/9 Letters to Mrs. Conington, Horncastle, from Eliza Cossins, 1806-1842
and John Furniss Ogle. School bill for daughter Frances;
family news; apprenticeship of son to doctor (as U
DOG/8/8); threatened riot in Sheffield; visit to Methley.
2 items
U DOG/8/10 Letters to John Conington, Cambridge, from his sister 13 Mar [1821]
Frances Ogle, Bath and Horncastle. On honeymoon at
Bath; curacies; news of family and friends.
2 items
U DOG/8/11 Letters to Mrs. Frances Ogle (wife of Rev. John Furniss 1821-1825
Ogle), Skirbeck near Boston, Horncastle and Bath
From husband John Furniss Ogle (2); mother Jane
Conington, Horncastle (7); brother Richard; Thomas
Ibbotson, Nafferton (2): gossip; family and friends; journey
Boston-York (24.6.23); Methley estate (24.6.23).
1 bundle<
 
U DOG/8/12 Letters to Charlotte Ogle, York, Boston and Leeds


 
 
1829-1837<
 
From mother Martha Ogle; brother John Furniss Ogle (3):
family and friends; Bridlington estate; journeys Hull -
Boston (11.11.33) and Boston-York (16.2.37).
1 bundle
U DOG/8/13 Letters to John (and William) Ogle, Towcester and 1835-1848
Cambridge. From father John Furniss Ogle (9); brother
John Furniss Ogle (2); J. Conington, Rugby: parental exho¬
rtations; family news; Rugby School (41); study scheme
(9.11.41); failure of James Conington (attorney?) (48).
1 bundle
U DOG/8/14 Letters to Rev. T. Weatherhead, London, from Rev. John 1838-1839
Furniss Ogle, Boston. Living of and vicarage at Boston;
children of John Furniss Ogle; travel London - Boston.
3 letters<
 
U DOG/8/15 Letter to Harriet Ogle, Haworth near York, from brother
Rev. John Furniss Ogle, Boston, and John Green,
; margin-left: Skelbrooke. Funeral of sister Charlotte; death of mother
1 item
U DOG/8/16 Letter to William Ogle, Rugby and Cambridge, from brother
John Ogle, Cambridge; friends W.J. Jay, and J.S. PartoN
Life in Cambridge and Bridlington.
1 item
U DOG/8/17 Letter to Thomas Bovell, Flamborough, from John Ogle,
Durham. Coming to Flamborough. 26 Apr 1752. With draft
letter, John Ogle to Thomas Walmsley: to take his sheep
out of West Moor, reserved for cattle and whins. 30 Jul
1752. Also note of rents due. Nov 1752
1 bundle
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1841-1842
1841-1847
1752  
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U DOG/8/18 Letter to John Ogle, Flamborough, from W. Ogle
Family arms
1 item
U DOG/8/19 Copy. Letter to Rev.-Younge of Catwick from John Ogle
Flamborough inclosure
1 item
U DOG/8/20 Letter to John Furniss, Hemsworth Lanes, from cousin J.
Leyland. Death of cousin of John Leyland (wife of John
Furniss?); asks him to find a servant - boy
1 item
U DOG/8/21 Draft letter from W(illiam) Ogle, Flamborough
Dispute over right to a pew in Flamborough church
1 item
U DOG/8/22 Letter to Mrs. Ogle, Flamborough, from Rev. John Ogle,


 
 
C.1760
6 Aug 1764
9 Aug 1767
  4 Feb 1772
25 Feb 1775<  
 Hunsingore. Letting of (Lingerdale) farm
1 item
U DOG/8/23 Letter to Miss Ogle, Hunsingore, from aunt Elizabeth Ogle 4 Jan 1792
Invitation to stay at Flamborough
1 item<  
U DOG/8/24 Copy letter from Bishop of New York
Published in Hull Advertiser (18 Aug 1804): death of
Alexander Hamilton
1 item
U DOG/8/25 Letter to Mr. Dring, Bridlington from Rev. John Furniss

 
 
12 Jul 1804
6 Mar 1822<
 

Ogle, Boothby near Grantham
Title to estate; Ogle pedigree (1671-1822)
1 item
U DOG/8/26 Letter to Mrs. Elizabeth Ogle, Bridlington Quay, from Rev. 15 Aug 1826
John Furniss Ogle, Skirbeck. Death of his wife
1 item<
 
U DOG/8/27 Letter to Mr. White, solicitor, Grantham from J. Byram,


 
 
7 Jun 1830<
 

Richmond, Surrey Efforts to secure admission of Alfred
Rowley, an orphan, to "the L.A. Asylum"
131.2pt"> 1 item
41.8pt"> U DOG/8/28 Letter to Miss Furniss, York, from her nephew Rev. John 18 April 1840
Furniss Ogle, Boston. Her illness and religious consolation;
news of family and Boston
1 item
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DOG/8/29 Letter to Miss Frances C. Ogle, Derby, from her brother
William, Rugby. Death of aunt C(harlotte?); his journey to
Rugby and study there; steeplechase at Dunchurch
1 item
U DOG/8/30 Letter to Miss Jane Ogle, Boston from cousin Eliza J. Loft,
Horncastle. Death of George
1 item
U DOG/9 Diaries and Notebooks
41.8pt"> U DOG/9/1 Diary of Rev. John Ogle
In The Yorkshire Memorandum Book'.
1 volume
41.8pt"> U DOG/9/2 Diary of Rev. John Furniss Ogle

In The Daily Journal'.
131.2pt"> 1 volume
41.8pt"> U DOG/9/3 Diary of Rev. John Furniss Ogle

In The Daily Journal'.
131.2pt"> 1 volume
41.8pt"> U DOG/9/4 Fragment of diary of Rev. John Furniss Ogle
1 item


 
 
17 Mar 1841
 4 Jul 1845
1784-1850
1784
1801
1814
Aug 1819<  
U DOG/9/5
U DOG/9/6
U DOG/9/7


 
 
Diary of John Ogle
1 volume
Journal of a holiday of John Ogle at Bangor
1 volume
Diary of John Ogle
1 volume


 
 
Oct 1843-
Apr 1846
Jun-Aug
1845
Oct-Dec 1850<
 
U DOG/9/8 Notebook of William Ogle
Accounts; list of books; Bowness church; Sedbergh
School; tombstones; fragment of wayside cross near
Bishop Burton; distribution of charity at Hornsea
1 volume
U DOG/9/9 Notebook of (William Ogle?)

Ogle and Oglethorpe families; Cowthorpe church windows;
rough plan of Kirkstall Abbey; monuments in Swine
Brompton church; longevity
1 volume


 
 
1778-1783
C.I 790<
 

 
 
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DOG/10


 

 
Hull History Centre: Papers of the Ogle Family of Flamborough
Legal

 

 
1733-1790
 

U DOG/10/1
U DOG/10/2
U DOG/10/3
U DOG/10/4
U DOG/10/5
U DOG/10/6


 
Case and Opinion of Richard Wilson. Title to estate of John  11 May 1733
Ogle senr. deceased in Flamborough
1 item
Papers in Chancery suit: Cockcroft and others v. Wilford 1753-1756
Tithe fish in Flamborough
4 items
Case and Opinion of C. Robinson. Title to estate of John 4 Apr 1757
Ogle in Sewerby, Bempton and Flamborough
1 item
Case and Opinion of P. Johnson. 26 Feb 1778
 Claim of William Ogle to estate at Flamborough
1 item
Brief in suit: Ogle v. Williamson 1781
Estate in Flamborough
1 item
Case of Ann Whytehead and Elizabeth Ogle c.1791<
 
Estate of their father, John Ogle, in Hornsea Burton and
Flamborough
1 item
U DOG/11 1696-1975
U DOG/11/1 Page from a legal formulary. 1696-1697
Orders at assizes
1 item
U DOG/11/2 Fragment of a Concord between: 10 Feb 1725
(i) Marmaduke and Mary Dodworth, David and Mary
; margin-left: Cross, Thomas and Sarah Milner and
(ii) Peter (?)
At Scarborough, John Ogle and John Cossins being
witnesses.
1 item
U DOG/11/3 Agreement articling John son of Anne Ogle of 21 Jun 1760
Flamborough widow to Marmaduke Prickett of Kilham
attorney, as his clerk.
1 item
U DOG/11/4 Acquittance from Richard Sawdon of Swine Brumpton to 14 Oct 1779
William Ogle of Flamborough gents
For £200, part of £400 secured by a lost Bond
1 item
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U DOG/11/5
U DOG/11/6
U DOG/11/7
U DOG/11/8
U DOG/11/9
U DOG/11/10
U DOG/11/11
U DOG/11/12
U DOG/11/13
U DOG/11/14

 
 
Hull History Centre: Papers of the Ogle Family of Flamborough
1.15pt"> Inventory of goods of John Furniss of Ackworth deceased. 7 Mar 1793
1 item
Memorandum. Rules of a society in Boston district for 1813
distributing Bibles and tracts
1 item
Account: Mrs. Martha Ogle debtor to Hall and Campbell 1820
 Legal work in connexion with a conveyance
1 item
Similar account: Elizabeth Ogle debtor to B.T. Harland 1824
 House at Bridlington Quay
1 item
Similar account: Rev. John Furniss Ogle and other debtors 1834
to J.W. Conington. Farm at Burgh Marsh
1 item
Similar account: Rev. John Furniss Ogle debtor to B.T.  1842-1843
Harland. Flamborough and Hornsea Burton
1 item
'Evening Admonitions' to be read at Sunday School 19th cent.
1 item
Notes on "How to spend one day well" 19th cent.
1 bundle
Notes for a speech at a school anniversary 19th cent.
1 bundle
Offprint from 'Medical History'. "William Ogle of Derby and 3 Jul 1959
Florence Nightingale" by Douglas Hubble
1 item<
 
U DOG/11/15
U DOG/11/16
U DOG/11/17
U DOG/11/18


 
 
Certificate of ordination as deacon. Rev. John Ogle
1 item
Certificate of ordination as priest. Rev. John Ogle
1 item
Licence as curate at Colthorpe, and at Hemsworth
Rev. John Ogle
1 item
Declaration of conformity. Rev. John Ogle
1 item


 
 
4 Jun 1767
5 Jun 1768
6 Jun 1768-
22 Aug 1771
6 Jun 1768<
 
U DOG/11/19


 
 
Sermon preached at Holmsfield by Rev. John Ogle, 25 Dec  25 Dec 1771
1771. With notes of giving the sacrament, 1734-1765.
1 bundle
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U DOG/11/20
U DOG/11/21
U DOG/11/22
U DOG/11/23
U DOG/11/24
U DOG/11/25
U DOG/11/26
U DOG/11/27
U DOG/11/28
U DOG/11/29
U DOG/11/30


 
 
Hull History Centre: Papers of the Ogle Family of Flamborough
Sermon by Rev. John Ogle. "Fast Sermon ... composed at 13 Dec 1776
Hunsingore 11th and 12th and preached at Walton on
account of the war with the Americans"
1 item
Appointment of John Ogle as domestic chaplain 23 Dec 1778
.9pt"> By Elizabeth, Dowager Lady Reay
1.15pt"> 1 item
Account: John Ogle debtor to William Lowson late 18th
.9pt"> Building work cent.
1 item
Account of George Watson 15 Dec 1796
Funeral of John Ogle
1 item
Account: proving will of John Ogle.Jan 1797
1 item
Declaration of conformity 8 Jun 1837
Rev. John Furniss Ogle
1 item
Certificate of subscription to 39 Articles 14 Aug 1838
Rev. John Furniss Ogle
1 item


U DOG/6

Sewerby

1637-1767
U DOG/6/1A Copy. Lease for 41 years at Id. Rent Sir John Buck of Filey to William Carleill of Sewarby gent. Capital messuage, garth, garden, courtyard. Orchard Close, Parke Close, New Close, Firth Close, Coate Wall
Close, 2 balks and 20 oxgangs: Witnessed Gregory Creyk, Ar. Greame, Jo. Ellerton, Robert Hewitt, John Graime, Robert Howdon.
1 item
4 May 1637
U DOG/6/1BB Copy. Bargain and Sale Randall Carliell gent., Robert Howden, William Greame, Richard Darley and William Smith yeomen all of Suerby, Michall Moore of Beforth yeoman, Joan Peacock of Bridlington Key widow and John Pratt of Flamborough yeoman to John Jarritt of Benton yeoman. Dowgarth (6ac. 10p.) and a fifth part (1 ac. 1 r. 20p.) of the New Close parcel of the Huntcliffes: As his allotment on an inclosure, by agreement between the parties and others, of lands in the East Fields of Sewerby and Marton. Witnessed Gregory Creyk, Arthur Greame, Thomas Cooke, Eliazer Newton, Thomas Haxbye, John Hudson, Tho. Darleye.
1 item

12 Jan 1652
U DOG/6/1 C Copy. Settlement to effect a partition William Jarratt yeoman and wife Elizabeth, Anne Jarratt spinster, Thomas Whitehead yeoman and wife Isabell and Frances Jarratt spinster (Elizabeth Jarratt, Anne Jarratt, Isabell Whitehead and Frances Jarratt being daughters and co-heirs of John Jarratt yeoman deceased) all of Bempton to Henry Jarratt of Bempton and Gabriell Reynolds of Hunmanby yeomen. 4 oxgangs in the Northfield, Eastfield, Southfield and Undergates; 3 balks in the Undergates, moiety of close called the Firth, Dow Garth, a fifth part of New Close, a broad balk, parcels called the Gares, and 2 odd lands of meadow on W. side of Yowcey Pitts all in Sewerby. Cottage in Nafferton. 2 oxgangs and 2 Clarke Closes in Newsome alias Newsam, par. Bempton: To recited uses of Elizabeth Jarratt, Anne Jarratt, Isabell Whitehead and Frances Jarratt. Witnessed John Smith, Robt. Knowsley, Guy Raine, Walter Partridge.
1 item

26 Mar 1675
U DOG/6/1 D Copy. Exemplification of a Final Concord: for £120
Henry Jarrett and Gabriel Raynolds plaintiffs and William Jarrett and wife Elizabeth, Anne Jarrett spinster, Thomas Whiteheade and wife Isabel, and Francis Jarrett spinster, Cottage, curtilage, 60ac land, 20ac meadow, and 60ac pasture in Nefferton, Sewerby, Newsome and Bampton, Moiety of tithes of 8ac meadow in Sewerby
1 item

30 Apr 1675
 


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U DOG/6/1 E Copy. Feoffment (summary). William Jarratt to Richard Robinson and Richard Ward all of Bempton yeomen. All his lands in Sewerby and Marton: To use of William Jarratt for life; then to his daughter Elizabeth and heirs of her body; then to heirs of body of William Jarratt; then to his brother Henry Jarratt of Bempton; then to his sister-in-law Frances Jarratt. Witnessed John Wyrting, Thomas
Robinson, Mathew Jarratt, Margrett Henton.
1 item
20 Apr 1682
U DOG/6/1 F Copy. Probate copy of Will of William Jarratt of Bempton yeoman. Bequest to poor of Bempton & Sewerby; brothers Henry and Anthony; sister Dent, sister Ellen Jarratt alias Clarkson; sisters-in-law Isabel Whitehead and Frances Jarratt; daughter Elizabeth Jarratt. Witnessed Thomas Clarke, Richard Warde, Richard Robinson, Wm. Warde.
1 item
13 Nov 1683
U DOG/6/2 Survey of estate of Mr. Ogle in Sewarby.
1 item

1767

U DOG 7
 

Yedingham
 

1557-1784
 
U DOG/7/1 Memoranda relating to the Manor of Yedingham with copy. Agreement for sale: Richard Sawdon of Bromton to his sister Ann Ogle of Flamborough: his moiety of the manor of Tedingham "in the North Riding" Witnessed Will.  Ogle, Richard Sawdon jnr. 23 Feb 1774
1 item

1557-1774
U DOG/7/2 Agreement
(i) John Ogle of Flamborough yeoman and wife Anne (a daughter of Richard Sawdon of Brompton yeoman deceased) and
(ii) William Sawdon (brother of Richard Sawdon deceased) and Richard Sawdon (brother of Anne Ogle) both of Brompton yeomen John Ogle to lay our £300 (of which Anne Ogle was possessed before their marriage) on lands to their uses. She having already settled Mill Close in Yedingham to such uses. Witnessed Cha. Cartwright, Tho. Conyers, Richard Shilleto.
1 item
 
5 Mar 1741
U DOG/7/3 Note of deeds relating to Yedingham Estate.
1 item
 
 1740-1776
U DOG/7/4 Case and opinion of L. Place, York
Title of (John) Ogle and wife to estate at Yedingham
1 item
 
11 Nov 1776
 


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U DOG/7/5 Lease for a year at £15 rent. Rev. John Ogle of Hunsingore to George Vasey and John Temple of Ebberston yeomen: Mill Close: Witnessed William Ogle, Richard Sawdon.
1 item
 
11 Nov 1784
U DOG/8
Correspondence

 
1719-1847
U DOG/8/1 Letters to William Ogle, Flamborough, from nephewb George Ogle, Brigg, and John Wilkinson, Hull George Ogle asks him to perform his father's desires. John Wilkinson threatens a Chancery suit over title to land
1 bundle

1719
U DOG/8/2 Letters to John Ogle, Durham, from sister Jane; father George, Lea (4); and incomplete. Family affairs; death of  father and brother Mark; estate at Flamborough.Copies of letter. Rev. Robert Pigott, Durham, to George Ogle, and of his reply: settling family affairs. 21/28 Jan 1742/3
1 bundle
 
1740-1755
U DOG/8/3 Letters to (Barbara?) Wilkinson from Dorothy Rudston, Flamborough. Arranging a meeting; Dorothy Rudston's new lodgings
2 items

1752
U DOG/8/4 Letters to William Ogle, Flamborough and York. From John Ogle, Durham: Flamborough estate affairs; death of Mrs. Rudston; destruction of warrens at Hartlepools and elsew¬ here in CO. Durham; dealings in malt; case re tithe of fish.
2 items

1754
U DOG/8/5 Letters to Rev. John Ogle, Hunsingore. From brother William Ogle, Flamborough (17); father-in-law J. Rudd; brother-in-law Rev. James Rudd, Beverley; William Dobson, Brandesburton; Thomas Parker, Beverley; Joseph (4) and Rev. William Whytehead, Hornsea; Thomas Moon jnr., Bridlington (2); sister Elizabeth Ogle, Flamborough (5); Sir Robert Hildyard, Harrogate and Sedbury (7); John Dawson, Bridlington; John Williamson, Bridlington Key (2); Robert Scott, York (3); Marmaduke Prickett, Bridlington (3); Henry Leuty, Gt. Kelk (2); C. Furniss, Bawtry; Jo. Whytehead, Burlington: family and estate (Flamborough, Kelk, Yedingham, Hornsea, Bridlington) affairs; French privateers off Flamborough (21/9/79); shipwrecks (15.11.82); smuggling (25.4.83); Gembling tithes (87; 88; 91); getting stone from Flamborough head (2.1.88); Ogle and Contable families' and Flamborough history (2.1.88): A few endorsed with draft replies. Also drafts of letters from John Ogle (5). Also from son John Furniss Ogle, at school (14). With examination reports (7). 1790-1795
1 bundle
 
1772-1795
 


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U DOG/8/6 Letters to Mrs. Martha Ogle (second wife of Rev. John Ogle; nee Furniss). From John Ogle, Hunsingore; sister Elizabeth, Bawtry (3); son John Furniss Ogle, Doncaster, Cambridge and Skirbeck (6); Thomas Ibbotson, Driffield: mainly personal matters and news of family and friends; vicarage and hermitage at Louth (11.11.00); Hornsea estate (6.5.02); balloon ascent at Pontefract (19.9.04); extension to house at Kelk (2.2.26); Kelk tithes (11.10.38).
1 bundle
 
1779-1838
U DOG/8/7 Letters to William Whytehead, Bridlington, from Rev. J. 
Ogle, Hunsingore: estate at Sewerby, Hornsea and Southorpe.
2 items

1793-1794
U DOG/8/8 Letter to Rev. John Furniss Ogle from mother, Martha Ogle (16) and sister Charlotte (7), York; wife Frances (4); son John, Silk Willoughby, Rugby and Cambridge (10) News of family and friends; estate affairs (Hornsea, Sewerby); education of John Ogle (mentions Dr. Arnold).
1801-1841
Also from John Mansfield, Patrington, Thrapston, Clare Hall (4); J. Landon, Aberford; John Young, Madeira; A.H. Cathcart, Wolverton, Kippax (2); M. Whytehead, Easingwold; H. Dring, Bridlington (3); J.W. and Jane Conington, Horncastle; T.S. Russell, Castleford; John Conington, Grantham; William Kendall, Bridlington (2); D. Taylor, Bridlington; E. Bickersteth, London; Thomas Ibbotson, Driffield; E. Conington; Denis Barker, Wakefield (2); W. Whytehead, York, Scarborough and Easingwold (10); T. Sanders, Silk Willoughby; Charles V. Favill, Sheffield; B.T. Harland, Bridlington (3): curacies of
Patrington (5.12.03-31.1.04), Aberford (2.4.09) and Methley (11.8.10; 8.10.17); Madeira (2.7.10); estate affairs (Flamborough, Great Kelk, Hornsea and Bridlington [fire in St. John's St. 16.1.22]); vicarage house, Boston (7.11.38); apprenticing son to doctor (see also U DOG/8/9) (20.5.42).
1803-1846
And from friend Rev. John Penketh Briee, Halsall, Tankersley, Everton and Cawthorne (16): curacies of
Waterfall, co. Staffs. (2.2.10), Huyton, Lanes. (2.2.10), Kirkham, co. Lanes. (1.11.13), and Denby (16.6.18); collapse of old church at Liverpool (16.2.10); canal shares (8.4.10); Tankersley church (22.2.13; 27.9.13 and 1.11.13); new living at Everton (22.2.13; 31.5.13 and 27.9.13); Parliamentary elections (Liverpool, Pontefract) (16.6.18); general gossip. 1810-1818
With copy letter from Rev. John Furniss Ogle to Bishop of Lincoln: return relating to schools in Boston. 27 Nov 1848
1 bundle
 
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U DOG/8/9  Letters to Mrs. Conington, Horncastle, from Eliza Cossins,
and John Furniss Ogle. School bill for daughter Frances;
family news; apprenticeship of son to doctor (as U
DOG/8/8); threatened riot in Sheffield; visit to Methley.
2 items
 
1806-1842
U DOG/8/10  Letters to John Conington, Cambridge, from his sister
Frances Ogle, Bath and Horncastle. On honeymoon at
Bath; curacies; news of family and friends.
2 items
 
13 Mar [1821]
U DOG/8/11  Letters to Mrs. Frances Ogle (wife of Rev. John Furniss
Ogle), Skirbeck near Boston, Horncastle and Bath
From husband John Furniss Ogle (2); mother Jane
Conington, Horncastle (7); brother Richard; Thomas
Ibbotson, Nafferton (2): gossip; family and friends; journey
Boston-York (24.6.23); Methley estate (24.6.23).
1 bundle
 
1821-1825
U DOG/8/12  Letters to Charlotte Ogle, York, Boston and Leeds
From mother Martha Ogle; brother John Furniss Ogle (3):
family and friends; Bridlington estate; journeys Hull -
Boston (11.11.33) and Boston-York (16.2.37).
1 bundle
 
1829-1837
U DOG/8/13  Letters to John (and William) Ogle, Towcester and
Cambridge. From father John Furniss Ogle (9); brother
John Furniss Ogle (2); J. Conington, Rugby: parental exho¬
rtations; family news; Rugby School (41); study scheme
(9.11.41); failure of James Conington (attorney?) (48).
1 bundle
 
1835-1848
U DOG/8/14 Letters to Rev. T. Weatherhead, London, from Rev. John
Furniss Ogle, Boston. Living of and vicarage at Boston;
children of John Furniss Ogle; travel London - Boston.
3 letters
 
1838-1839
U DOG/8/15  Letter to Harriet Ogle, Haworth near York, from brother
Rev. John Furniss Ogle, Boston, and John Green,
Skelbrooke. Funeral of sister Charlotte; death of mother
1 item
 
1841-1842
U DOG/8/16  Letter to William Ogle, Rugby and Cambridge, from brother
John Ogle, Cambridge; friends W.J. Jay, and J.S. Parton
Life in Cambridge and Bridlington.
1 item
 
1841-1847
U DOG/8/17  Letter to Thomas Bovell, Flamborough, from John Ogle,
Durham. Coming to Flamborough. 26 Apr 1752. With draft
letter, John Ogle to Thomas Walmsley: to take his sheep
out of West Moor, reserved for cattle and whins. 30 Jul
1752. Also note of rents due. Nov 1752
1 bundle
 
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U DOG/8/18 Letter to John Ogle, Flamborough, from W. Ogle
Family arms
1 item
 
C.1760
U DOG/8/19 Copy. Letter to Rev.-Younge of Catwick from John Ogle
Flamborough inclosure
1 item
 
6 Aug 1764
U DOG/8/20 Letter to John Furniss, Hemsworth Lanes, from cousin J.
Leyland. Death of cousin of John Leyland (wife of John
Furniss?); asks him to find a servant - boy
1 item
 
9 Aug 1767
U DOG/8/21 Draft letter from W(illiam) Ogle, Flamborough
Dispute over right to a pew in Flamborough church
1 item
 
4 Feb 1772
U DOG/8/22 Letter to Mrs. Ogle, Flamborough, from Rev. John Ogle,
Hunsingore. Letting of (Lingerdale) farm
1 item
 
25 Feb 1775
U DOG/8/23 Letter to Miss Ogle, Hunsingore, from aunt Elizabeth Ogle
Invitation to stay at Flamborough
1 item
 
4 Jan 1792
U DOG/8/24 Copy letter from Bishop of New York
Published in Hull Advertiser (18 Aug 1804): death of
Alexander Hamilton
1 item

12 Jul 1804
U DOG/8/25 Letter to Mr. Dring, Bridlington from Rev. John Furniss Ogle, Boothby near Grantham Title to estate; Ogle pedigree
1 item

(1671-1822)
U DOG/8/26 Letter to Mrs Elizabeth Ogle, Bridlington Quay, from Rev.
John Furniss Ogle, Skirbeck.  Death of his wife
1 item
 
15 Aug 1826
U DOG/8/27 Letter to Mr. White, solicitor, Grantham from J. Byram,
Richmond, Surrey Efforts to secure admission of Alfred
Rowley, an orphan, to "the L.A. Asylum"
1 item
 
7 Jun 1830
U DOG/8/28 Letter to Miss Furniss, York, from her nephew Rev. John
Furniss Ogle, Boston. Her illness and religious consolation;
news of family and Boston
1 item
 
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DOG/8/29  Letter to Miss Frances C. Ogle, Derby, from her brother
William, Rugby. Death of aunt C(harlotte?); his journey to
Rugby and study there; steeplechase at Dunchurch
1 item
 
17 Mar 1841
U DOG/8/30  Letter to Miss Jane Ogle, Boston from cousin Eliza J. Loft,
Horncastle. Death of George
1 item
 
4 Jul 1845
U DOG/9  
Diaries and Notebooks
 
1784-1850
U DOG/9/1  Diary of Rev. John Ogle
In The Yorkshire Memorandum Book'.
1 volume
 
1784
U DOG/9/2 Diary of Rev. John Furniss Ogle
In The Daily Journal'.
1 volume
 
1801
U DOG/9/3  Diary of Rev. John Furniss Ogle
In The Daily Journal'.
1 volume
 
1814
U DOG/9/4  Fragment of diary of Rev. John Furniss Ogle
1 item


Aug 1819
U DOG/9/5 Diary of John Ogle
1 volume
 
Oct 1843-Apr 1846
U DOG/9/6 Journal of a holiday of John Ogle at Bangor
1 volume
 
Jun-Aug 1845
U DOG/9/7 Diary of John Ogle
1 volume
 
Oct-Dec 1850
U DOG/9/8 Notebook of William Ogle
Accounts; list of books; Bowness church; Sedbergh School; tombstones; fragment of wayside cross near
Bishop Burton; distribution of charity at Hornsea
1 volume
 
1778-1783
U DOG/9/9 Notebook of (William Ogle?)
Ogle and Oglethorpe families; Cowthorpe church windows; rough plan of Kirkstall Abbey; monuments in Swine Brompton church; longevity
1 volume
 


c. 1790


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DOG/10
Legal
 
1733-1790
U DOG/10/1 Case and Opinion of Richard Wilson. Title to estate of John 
Ogle senr. deceased in Flamborough
1 item
 
11 May 1733
U DOG/10/2 Papers in Chancery suit: Cockcroft and others v. Wilford
Tithe fish in Flamborough
4 items
 
1753-1756
U DOG/10/3 Case and Opinion of C. Robinson. Title to estate of John
Ogle in Sewerby, Bempton and Flamborough
1 item
 
4 Apr 1757
Opinion of P. Johnson.
 Claim of William Ogle to estate at Flamborough
1 item
 
1778
Brief in suit: Ogle v. Williamson
Estate in Flamborough
1 item
 
1781
U DOG/10/6 Case of Ann Whytehead and Elizabeth Ogle
 
Estate of their father, John Ogle, in Hornsea Burton and Flamborough
1 item
 
c.1791
U DOG/11
Miscellaneous
 
1696-1975
DOG/11/1 Page from a legal formulary.   Orders at assizes
1 item
 
1696-1697
U DOG/11/2 Fragment of a Concord between:
(i) Marmaduke and Mary Dodworth, David and Mary ; margin-left: Cross, Thomas and Sarah Milner and
(ii) Peter (?)
At Scarborough, John Ogle and John Cossins being witnesses.
1 item
 
10 Feb 1725
U DOG/11/3 Agreement articling John son of Anne Ogle of
Flamborough widow to Marmaduke Prickett of Kilham
attorney, as his clerk.
1 item
 
21 Jun 1760
U DOG/11/4 Acquittance from Richard Sawdon of Swine Brumpton to
William Ogle of Flamborough gents
For £200, part of £400 secured by a lost Bond
1 item
 
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U DOG/11/5 Inventory of goods of John Furniss of Ackworth deceased.
1 item
 
7 Mar 1793
Memorandum. Rules of a society in Boston district for
distributing Bibles and tracts
1 item
 
1813
U DOG/11/7 Account: Mrs. Martha Ogle debtor to Hall and Campbell
 Legal work in connexion with a conveyance
1 item
 
1820
U DOG/11/8 Similar account: Elizabeth Ogle debtor to B.T. Harland
 House at Bridlington Quay
1 item
 
1824
U DOG/11/9 Similar account: Rev. John Furniss Ogle and other debtors
to J.W. Conington. Farm at Burgh Marsh
1 item
 
1834
U DOG/11/10 Similar account: Rev. John Furniss Ogle debtor to B.T. 
Harland. Flamborough and Hornsea Burton
1 item
 
1842-1843
U DOG/11/11 'Evening Admonitions' to be read at Sunday School
1 item
 
19th cent.
U DOG/11/12 Notes on "How to spend one day well" .
1 bundle
 
19th cent
U DOG/11/13
Notes for a speech at a school anniversary
1 bundle
 
19th cent.
U DOG/11/14 Offprint from 'Medical History'. "William Ogle of Derby and
Florence Nightingale" by Douglas Hubble
1 item
 
3 Jul 1959
U DOG/11/15
 
Certificate of ordination as deacon. Rev. John Ogle
1 item
 
14 Jun 1767
U DOG/11/16
 
Certificate of ordination as priest. Rev. John Ogle
1 item
 
5 Jun 1768
U DOG/11/17
 
Licence as curate at Colthorpe, and at Hemsworth
Rev. John Ogle
1 item
 
6 Jun 1768-
22 Aug 1771
U DOG/11/18 Declaration of conformity. Rev. John Ogle
1 item
 
6 Jun 1768
U DOG/11/19 Sermon preached at Holmsfield by Rev. John Ogle, 25 Dec 
1771. With notes of giving the sacrament, 1734-1765.
1 bundle
 
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U DOG/11/20 Sermon by Rev. John Ogle. "Fast Sermon ... composed at Hunsingore 11th and 12th and preached at Walton on account of the war with the Americans"
1 item
 
13 Dec 1776
U DOG/11/21 Appointment of John Ogle as domestic chaplain By Elizabeth, Dowager Lady Reay
1 item
 
23 Dec 1778
U DOG/11/22 Account: John Ogle debtor to William Lowson late Building work
1 item
 
18th cent.
U DOG/11/23 Account of George Watson Funeral of John Ogle
1 item
 
15 Dec 1796
U DOG/11/24 Account: proving will of John Ogle.
1 item
 
Jan 1797
U DOG/11/25 Declaration of conformity Rev. John Furniss Ogle
1 item
 
8 Jun 1837
U DOG/11/26 Certificate of subscription to 39 Articles Rev. John Furniss Ogle
1 item
 
14 Aug 1838
U DOG/11/27 Licenses to preach in diocese of Lincoln
 
14 Aug 1838
U DOG/11/28 Declaration of conformity Rev. John Furniss Ogle
2 items
 
14 Aug 1838
U DOG/11/29 Certificate of reading in, in Boston parish church Rev. John Furniss Ogle
1 item
 
19 Aug 1838
U DOG/11/30 Typescript. "The Ogle and Constable Families in the 16th Century" by Bertram G.C. Ogle
1 item
 
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