- Martha Jane Huskey Ogle was part Indian.
After the death of William, Martha took her five sons and two daughters for a short visit with relatives in Virginia. Her brother, Peter Huskey, and his family then accompanied them on their long trip to the East Tennessee area to establish their home.
They were in the Sevier County, Tennessee as early as 1805. There is a record in Tennessee State Library and Archives that shows Hercules and Thomas Ogle sold land to William Murphy in 1807. This land was situated in the area of "mouth of Walden's Creek" in Sevier County, Tennessee.
On 19 January 1811, Martha Ogle, "relict of William Ogle" and her sons relinquished to James Atchison of Edgefield County, South Carolina their claim on the property that William Ogle had bought from George Hagood in 1796. This deed of conveyance was recorded in Deed Book 31, p 291/92 in Edgefield County, South Carolina.
According to the church minutes of "Fork of Little Pigeon Church", Martha Ogle was the one of the group of people from White Oak Flats Community that asked the Fork of Little Pigeon Church to establish a church in White Oak Flats as an arm of the church in Sevierville in December 1817.
Sometime between December 1817 to July 1826, Martha Ogle died and was buried in Gatlinburg, Tennessee behind Hays House Restaurant.
Some researchers claim her given name should not include Jane.
"Smoky Mountain Clans", Donald B. Reagan, 1974, p 37-38.
"Smoky Mountain Family Album," Gladys Trentham Russell, 1984, p 6.
IGI, Batch 8113402, Sheet 49, Source Call Number 1260889, Film, also, Film
449514, Ordinance # 280.., Temple Swiss.
"Sevier County, Tennessee and Its Heritage", 1994, p 229.
"Mountain Ways", Gene Aiken, 1983, p 3.
Ruth Tolson, email@example.com, 11 May 2001.