Owston Ferry Castle
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|Owston Ferry Castle|
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|Controlled by||North Lincolnshire Council|
|Battles/wars||Revolt of 1173–74|
It is thought that the original castle on this site was erected soon after the Norman Conquest but that it was dismantled in 1095. It was rebuilt in 1173 by Roger de Mowbray to support Prince Henry in the conflict with his father Henry II who subsequently had the castle destroyed.
- Fry, Plantagenet Somerset (1980). The David & Charles Book of Castles. David & Charles. p. 249. ISBN 0-7153-7976-3.
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