Maud married Robert Ogle (d. 12 Aug 1436) in May of 1399. The couple had three sons, but sources conflict as to the number and identity of their daughters. Burke states they had eight, while Richardson argues for seven. But only four seem well documented:
Margaret "Margery" Harbottle
Joan (Jannet) Manners
Maud's son Robert, 1st Baron Ogle (1406 - 1469), helped rocket the young and inexperienced Warwick to fame as the "Kingmaker," by pin-pointing Lancastrian vulnerabilities on the battlefield that started the Wars of the Roses. As such, he was recognized as Northumberland's primary Yorkist.
m. Sir Robert Ogle, Sheriff of Northumberland & Northamshire, Constable of Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northam, Roxburgh, & Wark Castles, son of Sir Robert Ogle and Joan Heton, circa 21 May 1399. Issue: 3 sons and 7 dau.
Tomlinson, G.W. (1883). The Antiquary: A Magazine Devoted to Study of the Past, 8(45), pp. 105-106. London: Elliot Stock. Google Books.
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Her grandfather is on a trail from Gateway AncestorNathanial Littleton, but it goes through a sibling of her mother's. This profile does not appear to have been reviewed and approved by the Magna Carta Project as part of a trail to another Gateway Ancestor, so I removed the Magna Carta project badge and descendant category. ~ Liz Shifflett, 31 December 2017