Royal Naval Biography/Ogle, Thomas

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THOMAS OGLE, Esq.
[Commander.]

Entered the royal navy in 1809; obtained the rank of lieutenant Aug. 20th, 1817; and subsequently served in the Active frigate. Captain Andrew King. He was made a commander on the 26th May, 1828; appointed to the Spartiate 76, Captain (now Rear-Admiral) Frederic Warren, on the 28th of the same month; and paid off from that ship on her return from the Mediterranean, April 12th, 1830. His last appointment was Aug. 6th, 1831, to the Isis 50, flag-ship of Rear-Admiral Warren, with whom he returned home, from the African station, Nov. 21st, 1834.