Baron Ogle

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Baron Ogle is an abeyant title in the Peerage of England. It was created in 1461 for Robert Ogle. It fell into abeyance in 1691. The Ogles were a prominent Northumbrian family from before the time of the Norman Conquest. They settled at Ogle, Northumberland and in 1341 were granted a licence to fortify their manor house which became known as Ogle Castle. The family included seven Medieval Barons. Their estates fell by marriage to the Cavendish family (later Dukes of Portland) following the death of the 7th and last Baron in 1597.

Later junior branches of the family owned estates at Causey Park, Eglingham Hall and Kirkley Hall (see Ogle family) and provided eight Baronets (see Ogle Baronets)

Baron Ogle (1461)[edit]

Succession of the Barons of Ogle.png
  • Robert Ogle, 1st Baron Ogle (1406–1469)
  • Owen (Ewyn) Ogle, 2nd Baron Ogle (1440–1486)
  • Ralph Ogle, 3rd Baron Ogle (1468–1513)
  • Robert Ogle, 4th Baron Ogle (1490–1530)
  • Robert Ogle, 5th Baron Ogle (1513/1527–1545)
  • Robert Ogle, 6th Baron Ogle (1529–1562)
  • Cuthbert Ogle, 7th Baron Ogle (about 1540–1597) (in abeyance 1597–03 Dec 1628)
  • Catherine Ogle, 8th Baroness Ogle (1568/69/1570–1629)[1]
  • William Cavendish, 1st Duke of Newcastle (1592–1576)
  • Henry Cavendish, 2nd Duke of Newcastle (1630–1691) (in abeyance since 1691)

Today's co-heirs to the barony[edit]

Lady Ogle, designed in Waterloo, 1856.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Perry, H.T.E. (1918). The First Duchess of Newcastle and Her Husband as Figures in Literary History, (Vol 4, pp.12). Google Books.