Ben N. Ogle was born 20 Jun 1918 in Trinidad, Colorado and died 27 Apr 1991 in San Bernardino, California. He was the only son of William M. Ogle & Margaret McDougal. His parents separated early in his life and when he moved to California with his mother around 1920 or 1921, his father stayed behind in Colorado where he was a physician for the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company.
Sarah B. Bennett Death Certificate Transcribed by Alex J. Conrad from photocopy of original
Name of Deceased: Sarah B. Bennett
Place of Death: St. Jos. Hospital, Lancaster, PA
Color or Race: White
Husband: George C. Bennett
Date of Birth: Aug 12, 1850
Age: 82 Years 8 Months 5 Days
Birthplace: Delaware City, Delaware
Father’s Name: Benjamin N. Ogle
Birthplace of Father: Delaware City, Delaware
Mother’s Name: Clara Matthews
Birthplace of Mother: Delaware City, Delaware
Informant: W.O. Bennett, 338 College Ave., Lancaster, Pa. [her son]
Date of Death: April 17, 1933
Burial date: Apr 20, 1933
Burial place: Kirkwood Del.
Citation for this post:
Conrad, Alex J. â€œSarah B. Ogle Bennett Death (1953).â€ Alex’s Family History Blog (14 March 2013). http://www.ctgcgenealogy.com/sarah-b-ogle-bennett-death-1933/ .
Original Source Citation:
Pennsylvania Department of Health, death certificate 37815 (1933), Sarah B. Bennett; Division of Vital Records, New Castle.
One hundred seven years ago this week, May H. Bennett married Henry Harris in Quarryville, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. May was born in Delaware City, Delaware but grew up in Lancaster County. Henry was born in Danville, Pennsylvania, but resided in Pueblo, Colorado, and that is where the couple relocated after they married. It is possible that they met through May’s uncle, William M. Ogle who was a physician in Las Animas County, Colorado in the early twentieth century.
She and Henry Harris had a daughter, Sarah, born about 1917 in Pennsylvania. I have found the family in the 1920-1940 censuses in Pueblo, Colorado, but not yet in the 1910 census. Therefore, the closest I can narrow down when they moved to Colorado was between 1905 and 1920. It may have been after 1917 when Sarah was born, but I have had instances with other ancestors where the woman moved back home to be close to family during a pregnancy, although I will admit, none at such a distance.
May H. Bennett was the granddaughter of Benjamin N. Ogle and Clara Matthews of Delaware City, Delaware and the daughter of George C. Bennett and Sarah Ogle. She is my first cousin three times removed. Benjamin N. Ogle was my third great grandfather.