CLAUD WILLIAM LESLIE;Mr Ogilby was succeeded by his eldest son,
James Douglas (1853-1925);
William Charles, 1855-6;
Adelaide Charlotte; Isabella Caroline;
Beatrice Emma Elizabeth; Louisa; Edith Sophia.
CLAUD WILLIAM LESLIE OGILBY (1851-94), who married, in 1875, Bessie Henrietta, daughter of Captain William Grant Douglas, by whom he had no issue.
JAMES DOUGLAS OGILBY (1853-1925), married, in 1884, Mary Jane Jameson (d 1894) at Donagheady parish church, County Tyrone.
ALTINAGHREE CASTLE, near Donemana, County Tyrone, is a large, derelict mansion thought to have been built ca 1860 by William Ogilby.
The house was said to be splendidly appointed and had a banqueting room, though is now ruinous.
It is constructed from cut stone.
James Douglas Ogilby, who later became a famous ichthyologist in Australia, eloped with a factory seamstress, Mary Jane Jamieson, in 1884. He subsequently migrated to Australia, where he was appointed to the Australian Museum in 1885.The castle was abandoned in 1885, a mere twenty years after its construction.
It cannot be listed because it is roofless.
First published in February, 2014.