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Chet Ogan

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Chet V. Ogan
Born 1940s.
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Brother of [private sister (1940s - unknown)] and
Father of [private son (1980s - unknown)] and [private daughter (1980s - unknown)]
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I have been doing Ogan family genealogy since 1975. I was fortunate that both my grandparents were able to contribute many decades of information to my effort in the form of either charts in scroll form, family group sheets, and printed (unpublished) genealogies. I have taken it from there, contacting family genealogists, serving as an administrator for a listserve, publishing genealogies through RootsWeb, which have unfortunately been misinterpretted and usurped without acknowledgement for my contributions. I try to be thorough in my research, seeking original sources, though I have made mistakes, which I try to correct.

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Hello Chet, hope all is well with you. Do you have anymore information on James Lilly, Lilly-2337, and Ellen Romine, Romine-700. They are my 3rd Great Grandparents and I am looking for any and all information. Thank-you Rodney Long
posted by Rodney Long
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Wed, Jul 28 at 9:18 AM

Hello Rodney, The information I have on James Lilly is from info I received from the source below 22 yeas ago, along with names of some children. A grandson, Hugh B Lilly, was still living in McGaheysville, Rockingham Co, VA in 1920, and his son James Hugh was likely born there in 1918. By DNA I am related to a grand daughter, JL. Her parents are dau "private" Lilly and son Ronald Ottie Monger, who died in 2020. I am in contact with local Shenandoah Valley historian, Billie Jo Monger, so at least this line of the family may still be in the Lilly family area.

John D. Davis 19 Oct 1999 [email address removed] My gggg grandfather was born in Winchester, Frederick, VA in 1776, removed to Madison Co, KY about 1794 and died abt 1838 in Boone Co., MO. four of his children , including my gg grandfather removed by wagon train to San Jose, California, in 1852 and '53. [email address removed]

Chet Ogan Eureka, CA

posted by Chet Ogan
Hello Rodney,The source was removed because there was an email. If you reply to me on my chetogan(at)gmail you know the rest site, I can get you that source. I hope this trips the system.

ChetOgan

posted by Chet Ogan
edited by Chet Ogan
Hello and welcome to the American Revolutionary War (1776) Project.  At the project home page you can find useful information about the project:

Revolutionary War (1776) Project

We use Google Groups for Project communication: 

https://groups.google.com/d/forum/wikitree-1776-project or  https://groups.google.com/d/msgid/wikitree-military-and-war/Nfdnbq3oWEYAOnTv6fiz8Q%40notifications.google.com.

Please let us know if you have any questions! 

Mary - 1776 Project Coordinator

posted by Mary Richardson
Hi Chet,

Thanks for your contributions to our tree.

Could you please take a few moments to review the Sources Help pages as well as the Pre-1700 Quiz for the explanations about what sort of sources WikiTree is looking for with our pre-1700 profiles.

Also - please be careful to check for duplicates before creating your profiles.

Thanks!

Dave

posted by Dave Rutherford
Chet, Hello. I added the category of Rocheport, Missouri, to both James and Betsy Ogan. I had not edited the marriage. Once I saw your post, I did go in and change the marriage location spelling to Boone. I don't know who entered it as Boon, it was that way before I added the Rocheport category.

If you need to edit the marriage information, you open up a person's profile to edit. On the right hand side it lists 'spouse' and then just under that is 'edit marriage'. Click on that to open a new screen with just the marriage information, which can then be edited. If you have any questions, just ask. I am from a small town in Missouri, and I like to add the category of the town name to profiles, which is what I did here. Hope you have a great day!

posted by Michelle Enke
Thanks for reaching out to me, Chet. Debra K. Ogan (maiden name) is my mother. I've barely begun building out my mother's side of the family but will be getting started soon. I will be looking forward to collaborating!
posted by Eric Hoy
Thank you Chet for the letter re the Van Gelders. I posted it to the profle.

Regards,

Doug

posted by Doug Lockwood
Hello 9th Cuz 1X. We are related on our Mayflower line! Amazing. Welcome to the FAM. I can take you and your sis to the SB Genealogy library to see the Pilgrim Silver Books if you are interested. Nice meet both of you, Cuz Renee
posted by Renee Malloy Esq
I've sent you an email Chet. Thanks for contacting me about your Crawford connection and brick wall. I'll do my best to help you find answers.
posted by Amy (Crawford) Gilpin
Greetings, Chet, I believe that there were 2 Thomas Sloans mixed up here. My gr. x 3 Grandfather was Thomas George Sloan. There was also a Thomas James.... they are mixed together here. T. G. is 1817–1894 BIRTH 1817 • Scotland/Ireland DEATH 2 MAY 1894 • Connecticut 3rd great-grandfather He did have a private school and did teach. He married, in 1841: Jane Earle Paton 1827–1901 BIRTH 17 NOV 1827 • New York, United States DEATH 2 SEP 1901 • New Haven, Connecticut 3rd great-grandmother THOMAS GEORGE SLOAN WAS A REAL ESTATE BROKER. HE DID NOT DESIGN OR MANUFACTURE HARDWARE. I have info. about the Sloans on Ancestry.com I have photos of my Gr.x 3 portraits. I MET WITH THIS CONFUSION MYSELF SEVERAL YEARS AGO. [email address removed]
posted by Berta Newton
Those offices,etc for Richard Taylor came from Yarmouth chronicles. I'll look for those when I get time. We don't have good library resources here, I may have to do an interlibrary loan.
posted by Chet Ogan
Hi Chet, saw you made some changes to Taylor-287. You inadvertantly deleted the entire narrative. I restored the narrative and also added the paragraph you'd added about his various elected offices. Could you please provide a source for that information? Thanks.
posted by Jillaine Smith
Hi Chet,

Please check for duplicates before creating new profiles. There are several duplicates in the Marchant/Taylor line.

Thanks,

Dave

posted by Dave Rutherford

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