Ogle Township, Somerset Co, Pa
       Ogle Township

Ogle Township was formed from Paint Township in 1886, and shares many of the same families as Paint Twp. It is located in the extreme northeast corner of the county and borders Bedford and Cambria counties.

Ogle Township is a rural area, having the smallest population of any township in Somerset Co. Ogletown is the only village in the township. A major portion of the township is covered by the Gallitzin State Forest. Pa State Route 56 runs is the major roadway traveling to the east from Ashtola in Paint Township to the Bedford County line.

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Ogle Township pages 2005 Brian L. Cartwright Last Revised: May 4, 2005

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