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Shucky moved with the family to Sevier County, Tennessee, as early as 1805, soon after the death of his father.

Isaac was one of the first settlers in Gatlinburg.  No land records prior to 1824 were found for Isaac Ogle but it is shown by Richard Reagan's early grants that Isaac and William, his brother, entered land adjoining Richard's land on Mill Creek.  This ran from Mill Creek down to "the lane" (Reagan Lane) and nearly to the old river road.  Later records show this land as belonging to Isaac alone and still later to his son, Elijah Ogle.  Isaac also entered land near the road from the Glades, running down to the mouth of Roaring Fork Creek in Gatlinburg.  As his sons and daughters became of age, he gave them these lands and he moved to the Banner area north of Gatlinburg.

Isaac and his wife, Susannah, were charter members of the White Oak Flats Baptist Church.  The family appears in the Sevier County, Tennessee, Federal Census records, 1830 to 1880.  Isaac died 2 Sep 1881 according to the Death Register of 1881 found in Sevier County Courthouse.

Isaac was buried in the Banner Cemetery.

Source:  Smoky Mountain Clans, Donald B. Reagan, 1978, p 225.  Smoky Mountain Clans, Volume 3, Donald B. Reagan, 1983, p 138.  In the Shadow of the Smokies, Smoky Mountain Historical Society, 1993, p 524, 733.

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