Ogle England and Wales Delineated Thomas Dugdale 1835

Name of Place: Ogle; County: Northumberland; Number of Miles from: Morpeth – 8; H. on the Wall – 9; Newcastle – 12; Dist. Lond. – 287; Population: 162.

Ogle. Here are the remains of an ancient castle, which was strong and surrounded by two moats. After the battle of Nevill’s-cross, King David, of Scotland, was brought to Ogle castle, in the custody of John Copeland.

Source: England and Wales Delineated by Thomas Dugdale assisted by William Burnett; published by Tallis & Co., Green Arbour Court, Old Bailey, 1835.


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