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Portsmouth Daily Times, Thursday, Jan. 29, 1998
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Charles Ogg Jr., 68
     Charles K. Ogg Jr., 68, of Wheelersburg, died Wednesday Jan. 28, 1998, at Heartland of Portsmouth.
     Born Dec. 31, 1929, in Portsmouth, a son of the late Charles Kenneth Ogg and Christine Esham Ogg, he was a retired mail carrier for the U. S. Postal Service and owned and operated Charlie and Mary’s at Slocum Station. He was a Korean War Air Force veteran and a member of James Dickey Post American Legion.
     He is survived by his wife, Mary Howard Ogg, whom he married Sept. 9, 1958, in San Antonio, Texas; two sons, Jerry Wayne Ogg of Cincinnati, and Billy J. Ogg of Sciotoville; two daughters, Shirley Jean Truman and Brenda Hardy of West Portsmouth; a brother William Ogg of Sciotoville; six sisters, Patricia Rader of Lucasville, Sally Campbell of Vancouver, Wash., Sandy Ogg and Nancy Lehn, both of Portsmouth, Carol Sue Bell of Cincinnati and Debbie Stiltner of Sciotoville; and 12 grandchildren.
     He also was preceded in death by a brother, Tony Ogg.
     Services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Don Wolfe Funeral Home in Sciotoville with the Rev. Ronnie Rawlins officiating and interment in Memorial Burial Park, with military graveside rites by James Dickey Post.
     Friends may call at the funeral home from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 p.m. Friday and from 9 to 10 a.m. Saturday.

 Ida Osborne -See Ida Musick (Mrs. Juble Musick)

Nancy Ellen Osborne - See Nancy Ellen Osborne Logan (Mrs. Ernest Logan)

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     It is with much sadness that I will try to write an obituary of my dear mother, Ella Ousley. Mother died on January 16, 1959, age 73.
     She was the daughter of Dave and Glatha Hicks Conley. She joined the Old Regular Baptist Church 30 years ago. She married John Ousley. To this union were born 12 children. There were eight boys and four girls. Three girls and one boy preceded her in death.
     It leaves dadd and seven boys and one girl to morn the loss of Mother.
     She was a faithful member of the Old Regular Baptist Church of Cold Springs, who have also missed her very much.
     Boys and Dad, if we ever want to meet Mother, we will have to make peace with the good Lord, for I know she has gone to a good home in heaven. Written by her broken hearted daughter, Grace Risner.

Dammie May Owens - See Dammie May Duncan (Mrs. Winfield Duncan)

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