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John Ogle esq (abt. 1477 - 1566)

Sir John "of Ogle Castle" Ogle esq
Born about in Choppington, Northumberland, Englandmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died in Ogle Castle, Northumberland, Englandmap
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Biography

This profile is part of the Ogle Name Study.

John Ogle of Ogle Castle (abt. 1477/8 - 1566),[1][2] was age 86 in 1563.[3]

  • Sir John Ogle, Esq. lord of Ogle Castle.[4][1]
  • 1528: gentleman of the Middle Marches[5]

Parents

He was the son of:

  • Gawen Ogle, son of William Ogle of Choppington[6]
  • ______, dau. of William Bernaby.[1][7]

Marriage

John had two wives. While we know their names, we don't know who was first or second. The two woman were

  1. Anne Shafto of Little Bavington,[1] dau. of Edward Shafto (living 1485) & Elizabeth Swinburn, dau. Thomas Swinburn of Nafferton, Northumb.[8][9][10]
  2. Barbara Fenwick[1]

Children

Sons...

  • 1. (s. & h.) Lancelot of Ogle Castle (dvp.18 Feb 1564; bur. Whalton church).[2][11]
m. ___ Grey (d. abt.1570 or before), son of Sir Thomas Grey of Horton, Knt)[1][6]
  • 2. Clement
m. ____ , sis. of Richard Hodgson of Newcastle upon Tyne.[12]
  • 3. Gabriel of Bradford & Whalton (d. bef. 07 Dec 1580; probate: 07 Dec 1580)[13]
m. Jane ____
  • 4. Matthew of Saltwick (b.1513, living 18 Jan 1585/6)[14]
m. Margaret
  • 5. Oliver[15]
  • 6. Alexander of Bradford (d. ante 08 Apr 1563)[16]
  • 7. Cuthbert of South Dissington (b. bef. 1551/2; minor in 1565)[17][1]
  • 8. Lewis of South Dissington (minor in 1565)[18][1]

Daughters...

  • Phillis of Earsdon & Edlingham (will 1606, probate 1607)
m.1 George Cramlington[19]
`Cramlington,' in Vis. of Northumb., 1615.
`Cramlington,' in Vis. of Northumb., 1615.
m.2 Edward Delaval of Seaton Delaval.[20]
m.3 John Ogle of Newsham
  • Mabel or Matilda[21]
m. (as second wife) Sir Robert Middleton of Belsay, Knt.[22]
Desc. of Mabel Ogle & Robert Middleton.
Desc. of Mabel Ogle & Robert Middleton.
  • Barbara
m. Ralph Fenwick of Stanton[21][20][23]

Occupation

  • 20 Jan 1525: Constable of Ogle Castle[1]

Property

  • South Dissington[1]
  • Bradford
  • 20 Jun 1525: 41 year lease on Ogle Castle[5]
  • Saltwick (co-lease with son Lancelot)[5]

Will

  • 04 Apr 1565[1]

Death

bur. lady porch of St. Mary Magdalene / Whalton Church, Whalton, co. Northumb.[24][2]

Sources

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 Ogle, 1902, p.177-179.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Robson, G. (2017, September 27). Ogles and the church of St. Mary Magdalene in Whalton, Northumberland. O/OFA. www.ogles.org.[1]
  3. Ogle, 1902, p. 177
  4. Harleian Society Vol. XVI
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Ogle, 1902, p. 177
  6. 6.0 6.1 Saint-George & Saint-George, 1878, p.14
  7. see also: Lewis, M. (n.d.). "(Miss) Bernaby b. c.1460," (no citation). ORTNCA. Web.[2]
  8. Pedigree of Shafto of Whitworth
    Surtees, R. (1823). "Chapelry of Whitworth," in The History and Antiquities of the County Palatine of Durham: Stockton and Darlington Wards, 3, pp. 291 - 302. London. BHO. eBook.
  9. Northumberland County History Committee, (1897). "Shafto of Little Bavington." A history of Northumberland. issued under the direction of the Northumberland county history committee, (pp.417). A. Reid, Sons & Co. Google Books.
  10. "Shafto of Bavington," in Vis. of Northumb., 1563/4. Hathitrust.org. eBook.
  11. eldest son an h.; predeceased father; bur. Whalton Church; Issue: (Ogle, 1902, p. 178- 179).
    • Oliver
    • Phillis (half-sister of Oliver, mother unknown / possibly another wife)
  12. Ogle, 1902, p.179
  13. 3rd son. Issue: John and Margery; supervisor of John Ogle of Newsham's will (Ogle, 1902, p. 179 - 180).
  14. 4th son; Issue: Ralph (Ogle, 1902, p.180)
  15. 5th son (Ogle, 1902)
  16. 6th son; Issue: (Ogle, 1902)
    • Lionel (b. ante 08 Apr 1563)
  17. 7th son. possibly by a 2nd wife
  18. 8th and youngest son
  19. grandson of Elinor Ogle & George Cramlington, (Ogle, 1902, p.178)
  20. 20.0 20.1 Richardson, D. (2011). Magna Carta Ancestry, 2ed., II, pp. 149. Kimball Everingham, Ed. Salt Lake City, UT: N.p. Google Books;
  21. 21.0 21.1 Ogle, 1902, p.181
  22. Issue: Thomas (b. bef. 1606), inherited property from his aunt Phillis Ogle, (Ogle, 1902, p.181)
  23. Disputed: Ralph Fenwick m. Dorothy, (Vis. of 1615; St. George & St. George, 1878)
  24. Ogle, 1902, p.179
  • Lewis, M. (n.d.) "John Ogle, Esq. #89972, b. circa 1490, d. 18 Feb 1565." citing Richardson. N.p. ORTNCA, citing:
  1. Richardson, D. (2004). Plantagenet Ancestry, p. 306. N.p;
  2. Richardson, D. (2011). Magna Carta Ancestry, 2ed., II, p. 149. Kimball Everingham, Ed. Salt Lake City, UT: N.p. Google Books;
  3. Richardson, D. (2013). Royal Ancestry, II, p. 558.
  • Ogle, H.A.(1902). Ogle & Bothal: History of the baronies of Ogle, Bothal, and Hepple, p.177-180.
  • Saint-George, R. & Saint-George, H. (1878). The Visitation of Northumberland in 1615. George Marshall, ed. (pp.14). London: Mitchell and Hughes. Google Books.


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