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 - Something I find somewhat interesting is that very many Irish names have "ogh" as part of the name.

- Townlands of londonderry includes the town of Oghill.

- Born in Oghill, Limavady, co. Londonderry, Ireland

- Born in Oghill, Largy, co. Londonderry, Ireland

- Ogle meadows - Near Raleigh N.C.

- Found under www.Irishroots.com sir name index is (Oghill, tl. Oghley, tl. Ogles)

- Surname extract from the census of 1659 in Ireland includes Oge, and ogilvie.

- Surname extract for the birth index of Ireland with 5 or more births in Ireland in the 19th century, includes the name Ogle.

- A note I found somewhere: The Ogle family can trace their ancestors back to the ancient territories of the English and Scottish Border Ridings between the 11th and 12th centuries.   The Ogle family traces their ancestral roots back to Boernician origin (Scottish English), and first appeared in ancient medieval records in Northumberland.
 

- Ulster Historical foundation
- Border Reivers DNA Project
- Ogle/Ogles Family Association
- WFN Forum.Net
- World Families . net
- Ogle DNA Project - 06/24/2005

Info found at Geocities.com
Paleontologist believe our first ancestor was the Ardipithecus ramidus followed by Australopithecus anamensis ,
 Australopithecus afarensis , Australopithecus africanus , Homo rudolfensis , Homo ergaster , Homo heidelbergensis ,
 and finally Homo sapiens .

These lines dead ended:
 Australopithecus aethiopicus 500,000 years - Australopithecus boisei 1.1 million years -  
Australopithecus robustus 900,000 - years - Homo habilis 500,000 years - Homo erectus 1,500,000 years -
 Homo neanderthalensis 300,000 years

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