The Bogles by Danny Joe Bogle

I have prepared this document from research and findings from the Internet as well as a few other sources. Please bear in mind that the contents are not the gospel, but rather popular consensus from different sources.

I have compiled data on my direct bloodline, from Joseph Bogle, Sr., 1700, Scotland, through the present. I have also added some interesting information about some of my cousins.

I hope that you find this enjoyable as well as informative.


Danny Joe Bogle

The Surname “Bogle”

According to the Scottish language, the word “bogle” means ghost, hobgoblin, phantom, or scarecrow.

One legend has it that the Bogle family was originally part of the McGregor clan, and somehow became divided in conflict. The Bogles retreated to the hills, and would occasionally descend into the McGregor villages to pillage and plunder. The Bogles would use the cover of darkness and would slip away, like ghosts in the night, without being caught. The McGregor people began to call these others “Bogles”.

It is believed that the name was originally derived from the area called “Bowgyhill”, in Monkland, Lanarkshire, near Glasgow, Scotland.

Different spellings of the name “Bogle” would include Bogyll, Bogill, Bogyl, Bogill, and Bogile.

Joseph Bogle, Sr.

Joseph Bogle, Sr. is believed to have been born in or near Glasgow, Scotland about 1700. His last will and testament list tools of the weaver’s trade. His spouse’s name is unknown, but they were married about 1728 in Scotland. Their union brought about 3 sons, Malcolm (b.abt. 1728 - Scotland), William (b.abt. 1729 – Scotland), and Joseph (b.abt. 1730 – Scotland).

It is uncertain exactly what year that Joseph, Sr. and his sons came to America, but it is thought to have been around 1753. The Bogle family purchased property in in Fredricksburg, VA from George Washington.

Joseph Bogle

Joseph Bogle was reportedly born in Scotland about 1730. He came to America with his father and brothers around 1753. Although his occupation is unknown, he did have a patent in 1750 in York Co., PA.

He was married to Jean Jane McIntire on June 8, 1752 in Lancaster Co., PA. Their union produced 10 children: Andrew (b. Apr. 26, 1753), James (b. June 22, 1755), Margaret (b. Jan. 25, 1757), Joseph, Jr. (b. July 5, 1759), Rebecca (b. Dec. 22, 1761), O. (b. Aug. 2, 1763), Samuel (b. May 24, 1765), Jane (b. Dec. 27, 1766), Agnes (b. Mar. 20, 1769), Jeanne (b. Oct. 3, 1771). All were probably born in either York Co. or Cumberland Co. PA.

Joseph Bogle served in the Revolutionary War, in the Cumberland Co. Militia and he also served under Capt. Gibson, Capt. Gray, Col. Boyer, and Capt. Campbell. He was at Trenton and was at Cornwallis’ surrender at Yorktown. He died July 6, 1790 and is buried in the Eusebia Church Cemetery, Blount County, TN.

Andrew Bogle

Andrew Bogle was born Apr. 26, 1753 in Cumberland Co., PA. He married Elizabeth Campbell on May 24, 1774 in York Co., PA, and their union produced five children: Ann (b. Apr. 7, 1775), Joseph (b. Feb. 6, 1778), Hugh (b. Jan 31, 1780), Andrew, Jr. (b. Nov. 6, 1781), Mary ”Polly” (b. May 5, 1785).

Andrew was primarily a soldier, and served as a political appointee on several occasions. In 1795 he was appointed as one of three judges for election of delegates to the State Constitutional Convention. John Sevier appointed him as Justice of the Peace in 1796.

He served in the Revolutionary War under Capt. Miller, Capt. Hamilton, Capt. Askey, and Col. Dunlop. He died Nov. 29, 1813 in Blount Co., TN.

Hugh Bogle

Hugh Bogle was born Jan. 31, 1780 in Rockingham Co., VA. He married Hannah Caldwell Feb. 4, 1801 in Blount Co., TN. Their union produced five children: Andrew (b. Feb. 1, 1802), Hugh C., (May 22, 1804), Joseph C. (b. Apr. 1, 1811), Nancy (1815), Albert G. (b. Feb. 10, 1817). All were born in Blount Co., TN.

Not much is known about Hugh Bogle. His occupation is listed as “farmer”. He died Jan. 9, 1857 in Blount Co., TN.

Joseph C. Bogle

Joseph C. Bogle was born Apr. 1, 1811 in Blount Co., Tn. He married Minerva Green Feb. 25, 1834 in Blount Co., TN. Their union produced seven children: Sarah C. (b. 1836), Nancy E. (b. 1839), Philmore Green (b. 1842), Hugh C. (b. 1844), Maston (b. 1848),Minerva J. (b. 1849), Roxanne Josephine (b. 1855). The family moved to Alabama between 1844 and 1848.

Joseph C. Bogle served with the 94th Regiment, Alabama Volunteer Militia. He died Apr. 10, 1865. Considering the date of his death, and the lack of burial details, one would assume that he died during the Civil War.

(Philmore) Green Bogle

Green Bogle was born July, 1842 in Bradley Co., TN. His occupation is listed as “farmer”. He married Marie Unknown in AL about 1860. Their union produced five children: Mastin (b. 1868), Robert (b. 1870), Evaline (b. 1873), Andrew (b. 1880), Addie (b. 1882). All children were born in AL.

Green served in the 2nd Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry (Smith’s Brigade). He died in 1916 in Morgan Co., AL.

Mastin Bogle

Mastin Bogle was born Aug. 1868 in DeKalb Co., AL. His occupation is listed as “farmer”. He married Mary Knighton in 1890. Their union produced a son, Joseph Green (b. 1892). After Mary passed away in 1896, he married Mary Evans in 1899. Their union produced four children: Monroe (b. 1899), Maxine (b. 1900), Eva (b. 1903), Oscar Maston (b. 1911). The family moved to MS between 1903 and 1911.

Mastin died in 1915 in AL.

Oscar Maston Bogle

Oscar Maston Bogle was born 1911 in Payden, MS. His union with Maudie Lee Wilson produced two sons, Jerry Cecil Bogle (b. Nov. 11, 1937) and Joseph Irving Bogle (b. ). He died Nov. 7, 1984 in Sheffield, AL.

Jerry Cecil Bogle

Jerry Cecil Bogle was born Nov. 11, 1937 in Tishamingo Co., MS. His union with Betty Jean Alfaro produced three children, Teresa Ann (b. Aug. 1, 1955), Danny Joe (b. Jan. 24, 1959), and William Oscar (b. June 29, 1962). He died June 18, 2004 in Scottsboro, AL.

Danny Joe Bogle

Danny Joe Bogle was born in Colbert Co., AL.

Bogle Marriages

Malcolm Bogle – Unknown

William Bogle – Mary Unknown – 1754

*Joseph Bogle – Jean Jane McIntire – Jun. 8, 1752,
Daughter of Andrew McIntire

*Andrew Bogle – Elizabeth Campbell – May 24, 1774 – daughter of Hugh Campbell

James Bogle – Nancy Nelson – Jan. 1, 1782
Daughter of Robert Nelson

Margaret Bogle – unknown

Joseph Bogle – Margaret Houston – Jan. 3, 1786 – daughter of Samuel Houston

Rebecca Bogle – Unknown

O. Bogle – Unknown

Samuel Bogle – Elanor Williams – Sep. 14, 1797
daughter of John Williams, Sr.

Jane Bogle – Unknown

Agnes Bogle – John Williams – Sep. 17, 1797

Jeanne Bogle – Unknown

Ann Bogle – Martin McTeer – Aug. 19, 1811
Son of Robert McTeer

Joseph Bogle – Mary Glass – abt. 1811

*Hugh Bogle – Hannah Caldwell – Feb. 4, 1801

Andrew Bogle, Jr. – Sally Gibson – Sep. 18, 1832
Married Elizabeth McCroskey – abt. 1811

Mary Bogle – William McTeer – Sep. 16, 1819
Son of Robert McTeer

Andrew Bogle – McNary E. McCroskey – Jan. 28, 1830 – daughter of J.B. McCroskey

Hugh Campbell Bogle – Isabella McCroskey – abt. 1838

*Joseph C. Bogle – Minerva Green – Jan. 25, 1834

Nancy Bogle – Samuel Creswell – Nov. 8, 1846

Albert G. Bogle – Malinda Sheddan – abt. 1857

Sarah C. Bogle – Unknown

Nancy E. Bogle – Unknown

*(Philmore) Green Bogle – Marie unknown – abt.

Hugh C. Bogle – Alice E. Unknown

Maston Bogle – Unknown

Minerva J. Bogle – Unknown

Roxanne J. Bogle – David C. Case

*Mastin Bogle – Mary Knighton – Aug. 17, 1890
Married Mary Evans – abt. 1899

Robert Bogle – Unknown

Evaline Bogle – Unknown

Andrew Bogle – Unknown

Addie Bogle – Unknow

Joseph H. Bogle – Unknown

Joseph Green Bogle – Nannie Lee Rudd – July 20, 1919

Monroe Bogle – Unknown

Maxine Bogle- Unknown

Eva Bogle – Andy McAllister

Oscar Maston Bogle – Maudie Lee Wilson

Jerry Cecil Bogle – Betty Jean Alfaro – Aug. 22, 1954

Joseph Irving Bogle – Joan Rutherford

Danny Joe Bogle – Mary Jim Willis



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