- 3 August 1863
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
- 19 May 1953
Clayfield, Brisbane , Queensland, Australia
- Electoral reformer, Feminist, Journalist, Musician, Poet and Writer
- Alternative Names
- Ann Dante (pen name)
Margaret Ogg is best known for her extensive political, social and feminist activities. Additionally she was a poet, writer and an accomplished musician, playing viola in the family quartet, as well as holding membership with the Musical Association. A staunch monarchist and anti-socialist, Ogg actively toured outback townships in Queensland promoting women's suffrage, and encouraging pioneer women to become involved in state and national affairs. As founder, co-founder and member of many Queensland women's organisations, she was consistently at the forefront of political and social campaigns to secure reforms for the Queensland's women and children. Ogg remained an active member of the Brisbane political and cultural scene up until her death.