Lucas Ogle Esq
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Lucas Ogle Esq (bef. 1541 - bef. 1597)

Lucas "of Eglingham" Ogle Esq
Born before in Northumberland, Englandmap
Ancestors ancestors
Son of and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died before in Northumberlandmap
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Biography

This profile is part of the Ogle Name Study.

Lucas (Luke) Ogle, Esq. of Eglingham, gent. (d. 1596/7)[1][2][3] was the son of Luke Ogle (d. bef. 06 Oct 1541). His mother is unknown.[4] He had a sister:

  • Julian (living 05 Jul 1596).[2][5]
m. Lewis Ogle of Earsdon Forest.[6]

He succeeded his uncle, Mark Ogle of Eglingham, Northumberland.[7] Since his son Luke (dvp. prob. 1582) predeceased him, he was succeeded by his grandson, Luke IV (d. 29 Oct 1604) in 1597.[8]

Marriage

Luke married two unknown women. He also had children outside of marriage. Mark was his "natural son," and his will describes sons Leonard and Robert as "reputed."[3]

children

His first wife is the mother of:

  • Luke III, Esq. of Eglinham (d.1582 v.p.)[8]
  • Christopher (living 1587; d. ante 05 Jul 1596/7).[8]
m. Thomasine (widow in 1597)

His second wife is the mother of:

  • Isabel (living 05 Jul 1596)[8]
  • Myriel (living 05 Jul 1596)[8]
  • Beale (living 05 Jul 1596)[8]

He had natural children, including:

  • Mark (will 1575), natural son[8]
m. Ann Bennet
  • Leonard (living 1575 and 05 Jul 1596; inv. 1597)[8][9]
  • Robert (living 02 Sep 1575; 1596)[8]

Property

  • 06 Oct 1541: had a grant of the lease of Burton with his uncle Mark Ogle of Eglingham[10]

Death

Luke was buried in the parish hurch or Chancell of Eglingham.[2]

Will

from North East Inheritance database (pre-1858 Durham Probate Records):

Luke OGLE, gentleman, of Eglengham (Eglingham) [Eglingham, Northumberland]
Date of probate: 1596
will, 5 July 1596 (DPR/I/1/1596/O1/1-2)
with list of debts owing to (£91 2s 2d) and owing by (£46 13s 4d) the testator.[11]

Notes

Wilson (1939), states:[12]

"In 1561:
  • Gerard Salvln of Croxdale,
  • John Brimley, the organist of the cathedral,
  • and Robert Birkhead
were ejected from certain tithes of Bishop Middleham rectory which they held by lease of 1539 from the Priory of Durham;[13] similarly in 1565, Carham rectory (which had belonged to Kirkham Priory) was in the occupation of:
  • Luke Ogle,
  • John Carr of Ford,[14]
  • and Robert Collingwood, the constable of Etal,[15]
but Thomas Clarke of Wark obtained a lease of it in reversion, and despite the protests of the existing lesees and of the Earlof Bedford and Sir John Forster, in 1566 he was in possession of a lease dated in 1564.[16] When rebellion was undertaken one of the Salvins, one of the Carrs of Ford, and the constable of Etal were all found ranged behind the Saris, and, like the many of the actors in the plot were largely moved by resentment at Elizabeth's policy in government,"

Sources

  1. Ogle, 1902
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Surtees Society, 1907
  3. married twice. Both wives are UNKNOWN. Note that sons Robert and Luke III do NOT have the same mother.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Ogle, 1902, p. 194
  5. Ogle, 1902, p. 194; Space: Will of Luke Ogle
  6. According to the pedigree chart, Lewis' surname could also have been "Forrest."; Issue: Lewis II Ogle[1]
  7. Grandfather Henry Ogle's brother (Ogle, 1902).
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 8.7 8.8 Ogle, 1902, p. 195
  9. Ogle (1902), calls him "Mark's brother.
  10. Ogle, 1902, p. 193
  11. Full edition published in Hodgson, J.C. (ed) "Wills and Inventories from the Registry at Durham, Part III" (Surtees Society, number 112. 1906, reprinted 1967), p 160-161
  12. Wilson, Barbara Nowelle (1939). The changes of the reformation period in Durham and Northumberland, p. 471. Durham theses, Durham University. Available at Durham E-Theses Online: http://etheses.dur.ac.uk/8346/
  13. Surtees VI, p. 8-9 c.f. 1564-5 record of proceedings in the Exchequer against these three for unlawful entry into and occupation of, the church of Middleham in the tenure of Christopher Heyward, DK. Rep. 37, App.I, p. 70 - 71.
  14. see: Space: Carr Name Study
  15. see: Space: Collingwood pedigrees
  16. N.C.H, XI, p. 17.
  • "Luke OGLE, gentleman, of Eglengham (Eglingham) [Eglingham, Northumberland]," (probate 1596). North East Inheritance database (pre-1858 Durham Probate Records). Durham University. Web.[4]
  • Ogle, H.A.(1902). Ogle and Bothal: History of the baronies of Ogle, Bothal, and Hepple.[5]
  • Space: Will of Luke Ogle
  • "Will of Luke Ogle, July 5, 1596," (1907). Publications of the Surtees Society, 113. pp.160-161. GB: Surtees Society. Google Books.

See Also...

  • Reagan, D.B. (1978). Smoky Mountain Clans, pp 128d.
  • "Pedigrees of Some of the Emperor Charlemagne's Descendants", Langston & Buck, 1986, p 199.


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