Ogles Family Photos, Manchester, Tennessee

I’ve added several new “old” photos and history so wanted to update and reshare this Ogles family history blog…

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These first three images are from George Ogles, grandson of Wiley B and Ida Crosslin Ogles.

Here is Thomas Jefferson Ogles and his second or third wife, Caroline Uselton

Thomas J. Ogles & Caroline Uselton

Next is a portrait of Thomas Jefferson Ogles, (1852-1917) that is in the possession of Linda Ogles Dudiak, daughter of Aubrey Lee Ogles and Atha Manning.

Thomas Jefferson Ogles, 1852-1917

Here is Thomas Jefferson Ogles and two brothers (waiting to get confirmation on who’s who, but aren’t these guys spooky!!)

Thomas Jefferson Ogles, Hercules & Abner Ogles, brothersThomas Jefferson Ogles was the father of Wiley B. Ogles, pictured below with his bride, Ida Crosslin.

This next portrait is Ida Crosslin’s mother, Elvira Palestine Horton. This picture is now in the possession of Linda Ogles Dudiak.

Elvira Palestine Horton Crosslin, wife of James Thomas Crosslin clsup

Elvira Palestine Horton Crosslin, wife of James Thomas Crosslin

According to George Ogles, “The woman pictured above is Elvira Palestine Horton, wife of James Thomas Crosslin, parents of Ida Crosslin who married my paternal grandfather Wiley B. Ogle(s). Personally, I think that my paternal grandmother Elvira…

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2 thoughts on “Ogles Family Photos, Manchester, Tennessee

  1. Carolyn Lawson grimes

    Yes I am trying to find atha ogles I worked with her in the 80 at the dress shop my email is grimesfamily1987@aol.com my name was Carolyn Lawson then would love to hear how everyone is doing thanks

    • She is staying with her daughter Susie (and Billy) Bass in Manchester currently. she goes back and forth between Susie and her other daughter Linda Dudiak in Murfreesboro. I’m sure they’d love to hear from you.

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