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  1. Admiral of the Fleet Sir Chaloner Ogle KB (1681 – 11 April 1750) was a Royal Navy officer and politician. After serving as a junior officer during the Nine Years' War, a ship he was commanding was captured by three French ships off Ostend in July 1706 in an action during the War of the Spanish Succession.

  2. Sir Chaloner Ogle, 1st Baronet (1726 – 27 August 1816) was an officer of the Royal Navy. He served during the Seven Years' War, American War of Independence, and the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.

  3. The Battle of Cape Lopez was fought in early 1722 during the Golden Age of Piracy. A Royal Navy ship of the line under the command of Captain Chaloner Ogle defeated the pirate ship of Bartholomew Roberts off the coast of Gabon, West Africa .

    • February 10, 1722
    • British victory
    • Off Cape Lopez, Atlantic Ocean
  4. Title: Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle (1726–1816) Artist: George Romney (British, Beckside, Lancashire 1734–1802 Kendal, Cumbria) Medium: Oil on canvas. Dimensions: 30 x 24 5/8 in. (76.2 x 62.5 cm) Classification: Paintings. Credit Line: Gift of Lennen and Newell Inc., 1953. Accession Number: 53.220.

  5. OGLE, Sir CHALONER (1681?–1750), admiral of the fleet, born about 1681, was brother of Nathaniel Ogle, physician to the forces under Marlborough, and apparently also of Nicholas Ogle, physician of the blue squadron under Sir Clowdisley Shovell in 1697.

  6. 22 de may. de 2022 · Details of the trials of the pirates serving under Bartholomew Roberts after their defeat and capture by HMS Swallow under Captain Chaloner Ogle in early 1722. Contains a wealth of valuable testimony, depositions, interviews, and glimpses into the lives of Golden Age pirates and their victims.

  7. Sir Chaloner Ogle. He was posted captain on 30 June 1756 and was appointed to the Yarmouth 64 in which he served with Vice-Admiral Hon. Edward Boscawen s fleet off Brest.