BBC -- "In February 1722, Captain Challoner Ogle, commanding HMS Swallow, captured the pirate ship Great Ranger after a two-hour sea battle fought off the coast of what is now Nigeria. Five days later he was in action again, this time fighting the celebrated pirate Bartholomew Roberts and his pirate ship Good Fortune. Ogle was lucky - "Black Bart" was cut down by the first broadside, and his crew quickly lost heart.
Captain Ogle's double victory resulted in the mass hanging of his pirate prisoners in front of Cape Coast Castle and the complete eradication of piracy in west African waters."
Father: John Ogle of Newcastle, Northumberland (b. 1650).
Mother: Mary (b. abt. 1663 - d. 16 Nov 1744), dau. of Richard Braithwaite of Warcop and Mariana Chaloner.
m.1 (c. 1726) Henrietta Isaacson (d. 1737). No issue.
m.2 (30 Oct 1737) Isabella Ogle (1706-1761 d.s.p), dau. of Nathaniel Ogle of Newcastle and Kirkley. No issue
02 May 1713: purchased 1/4 of west quarter of Kirkley from uncle Thomas Ogle of Kirkley; and 1/4 of Alderhaugh
1714: Justic of the Peace
04 Aug 1715: Deputy Lt. of Northumberland
Apr 1723: knighted at St. James
1726: master of Trinity House, Newcastle
24 Nov 1746 and 18 Jul 1747: MP for Rochester
Jul 1697: Royal Navy (volunteer per order / king's letter boy on Yarmouth [ship])
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Chaloner by comparing test results with other carriers of his ancestors' Y-chromosome or mitochondrial DNA.
Y-chromosome DNA test-takers in his direct paternal line on WikiTree: