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Lady Constance Ogle
Arms of Ogle 
Sir John Mitford & Lady Constance Ogle  - b: Abt 1402 in Kirkley, Northumberland, England
daughter of:
Sir Robert Ogle b: Abt 21 May 1399 in Ogle Castle, Northumberland & Matilda (Maud) Grey - b: Abt 1382 in Wark, Northumberland
son of:
Sir Robert Ogle b: Abt 1370 in Ogle Castle, Northumberland & Joan (Heton) Heaton b: Abt 1372 in Chillingham, Northumberland 
son of:
Lord Robert Ogle - Baron Bothal  b: Abt 1328 in Ogle, Northumberland & Helen (Ellen) Bertram b: Abt 1329 in Bothal, Northumberland  - she was probably a descendant of either: Guillaume Bertram   or Robert Bertram, le Tort   - who were both companions of William "The Conqueror" during his invasion of England
son of:
Lord Robert Ogle - Baron Ogle b: abt 1315 in Ogle, Northumberland & Joan (Heppale) Hepple  - b: abt 1310 in Northumberland
son of:
Lord Robert Ogle - Baron Ogle b: Bef 1295 in Bothal, Northumberland  & Margaret Gubium b: Abt 1295 in Bothal, Northumberland - daughter and heiress of:  Sir Hugh Gubium  - Lord of Shelvington - b: Abt 1269 in Bothal, Northumberland,  & Joan Morell b: Abt 1273 in Northumberland,  Joan was daughter of: Nigel Morell b: Abt 1247 in Northumberland, England  (other records: He married Johanna Morrell. (Johanna Morrell was the daughter of Michael Morrell lord of Morrell. Sheriff of Northumberland in 1294. Lord of Shelvington. By this marriage the estates of North Middleton, Longwitton, & Shilvington, probably came to the Ogle family. 
son of:
Sir John Ogle b: 1264 in Bothal Castle, Bothal, Northumberland & Annabella (Anabel) Selby - Queen Scotland b: Abt 1274 in Northumberland
son of:
Sir Thomas de Ogle b: After 1200 in Ogle, Northumberland  & Miss Tyson b: Abt 1219 in Norththumberland 
son of:
Richard de Ogle b: Abt 1178 in Northumberland
son of:
Gilbert de Ogle was born 1115. Gilbert died 1188 at 73 years of age. There is a discrepancy between the dates. - He married Agnes About 1188. (Agnes was born About 1168. Gilbert de Ogle, and his father Humphrey de Ogle, witnessed some letters of the baron, Walter fitz William that were about a duel between William Tascha and Bertram Widdrington at Whalton, as well as the judgement of Odonel de Umfreville on it. (Lansd. MS. 326, fol. 158). This Gilbert de Ogle held lands of the baron of Whalton in 1165;(Supra, p. 374) , and witnessed a deed regarding Milburne, in the parish of Ponteland, between the years 1184 and 1189, while Roger de Glanville was sheriff. (L. 117). He witnessed a deed of the baron, Walter fitz William regarding Goseford, (Gosforth).(Lansd. MS. 326, fol. 103?8) 
According to O/OFA Gilbert de Ogle died in 1182, (six years before his marriage in 1188). I have moved his date of death to 1188, though it may have been the date of his marriage that was wrong. 
son of:
Humphrey de Ogle - was born About 1085. Humphrey died About 1167 & Isabella Unknown  - He married Isabella About 1106. (Isabella is #2.) Humphrey de Hoggel, (Ogle), had a grant from Walter fitz William, the baron of Whalton, that had been agreed to by the barons wife, lady Isabella, to build a mill on his culture, (parcel), of land. This grant was witnessed by William de Merlay. (Evid. 1, Dug. Bar. i, 570) As this William de Merlay was dead in 1138, this grant must have been made prior to this date. Notes : The genealogical table of the Ogles, in the chancel of Bothal Church, claim that Humphrey de Hoggel was living at the time of the Conquest in 1066, and that it was William the Conqueror who made this undated grant, to confirm to him all the rights and royalties that this Humphrey de Hoggell enjoyed prior to the Conquest.(Wallis, ii. 335) In an illustration of the pedigree of the Ogle's in the Heralds College, the Grant of Ogle and all it's rights is attrbutted to the baron of Whalton, Walter fitz William. This raises several issues : 1. The time scale. From 1066 to 1138 is 72 years. If this Humphrey . de Hoggel lived that long it was a very good age to achieve in . those days. 2 There appear to be two seperate grants made. First all the rights . associated with the manor of Ogle, and probably then the right . . to build a mill. 3 It would seem probable that there could firstly be a generation . . missing. Secondly that there were in fact two grants made, . . . . possibly one in each generation, confused by both generations . . being called Humphrey de Hoggel
son of:
Humphrey de Ogle was born About 1055. Humphrey died About 1125 - He married an unknown person About 1076. The "de" in the name is probably of French origin from the Norman Conquest in 1066, at which time he would have been under age.  It was probably adopted later, after the manor of Ogle had been granted to him along with all the rights that he had enjoyed before the Conquest, as stated in the Church at Bothal, rather than to his son, as shown by the Reverend Hodgson, in his 'A History of Northumberland'.