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PostSubject: Major Robert Alexander Ogilby   Thu Oct 15, 2009 2:41 pm

Major Robert Alexander Ogilby of Dungiven and Limavady, County Londonderry:
He married Sarah Wheeler, daughter of Reverend George Bomford Wheeler, a founder of the Irish Times, a TCD classic scholar ande contributor to Dickens' magazine "All Year Round"

Biographical note;
Captain R.A. Ogilby JP DL for County Londonderry
of Ardnargle and Pellipar (1850-1902)
captain 4th King's Own Regiment
took part in the Zulu war (1879, medal)
The Anglo-Zulu War of 1879 remains one of the most dramatic in both British and southern African history, and has been immortalised in at least two feature films, ZULU and ZULU DAWN.
Captain RAO owned land at Woolwich, which he acquired, from the Skinners Company.
Ogilby Street in Woolwich is named after him.
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