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Anne Ogle (1418-1426)
Ogle Arms kirkley hall gatehouse
Sex: Female
Birth: ABT 1418
Death: after 1426
Father: Robert Ogle(1380-1436)
Mother: Maud De Grey (BET 1380-1453)
Spouse/Partner: John Middleton
Marriage: after 1425
2nd Spouse: William Heron
2nd Marriage: about 1421
3rd Spouse: Thomas Lisle (1417-1432)


BiographyEdit

Anne Ogle was born about 1418, Kirkley, Northumberland, England. She was the daughter of Robert Ogle and Maud De Grey.

Kirkley Hall

Kirkley hall
Kirkley hall ogle


Ann married first by dispensation dated 13 January 1411/12(they being related in the 4th degree), William Heron, Knt. Of Cornhill, Northumberland. He was sheriff of Northumberland. son and heir of William Heron, by Isabel, daughter of Richard Scot, of Newcastle. He was born about Oct. 1400. They had one daughter, Elizabeth. He was knighted before Feb. 1421/2. He received seisin of the manor of Croydon, Cambridgshire, on the death of his grandmother, Margaret Heron, in 1423. The same year he was the heir to his cousin, John Hawkeswell. SirWilliam Heron died 1 Sept 1425. His widow, Anne, married(2nd) (as his 2nd wife) John Middleton, Knt., of Belsey, Northumberland, Sheriff of Northumberland, son and heir of John Middleton, Knt., of Belsey, Northumberland, by Joan, daughter and co-heiress of Clement Skelton, Knt. They had one son, John, and one daughter, ______(wife of Edmund Hastings, Knt.). He was appointed ambassador for a truce with Scotland in 1459. His retinue captured Henry Beaufort, Duke of Somerset, near Hexham in May 1464.


The medieval grange of Hallyards, the family seat of the De Lisle family, stood at East Woodburn. All that can be recognised today are its fishponds. The medieval parish church, dedicated to St Cuthbert, stands at Corsenside and dates to the 12th century. It was the site of a castle built by Otwell De Lisle in the 1300s.


Ann married first by dispensation dated 13 January 1411/12(they being related in the 4th degree), William Heron, Knt. Of Cornhill, Northumberland. He was sheriff of Northumberland. son and heir of William Heron, by Isabel, daughter of Richard Scot, of Newcastle. He was born about Oct. 1400. They had one daughter, Elizabeth, (born 1422 at Ford, England, which she inherited from her father). He was knighted before Feb. 1421/2. He received seisin of the manor of Croydon, Cambridgshire, on the death of his grandmother, Margaret Heron, in 1423. The same year he was the heir to his cousin, John Hawkeswell. Sir William Heron died 1 Sept 1425. His widow, Anne, married(2nd) (as his 2nd wife) John Middleton, Knt., of Belsey, Northumberland, Sheriff of Northumberland, son and heir of John Middleton, Knt., of Belsey, Northumberland, by Joan, daughter and co-heiress of Clement Skelton, Knt. They had one son, John, and one daughter, ______(wife of Edmund Hastings, Knt.). He was appointed ambassador for a truce with Scotland in 1459. His retinue captured Henry Beaufort, Duke of Somerset, near Hexham in May 1464.

Anne married (3rd) about 1436 Kirkley, Northumberland, England, Thomas Lisle, born 11 JUN 1413, Nafferton, Northumberland. England, and baptized in the parish church of Ovyngeham. He was the son of John Lisle and Joan Swinburne. In addition to Nafferfton, the medieval grange of Hallyards, the family seat of the De Lisle family, stood at East Woodburn. All that can be recognised today are its fishponds. The medieval parish church, dedicated to St Cuthbert, stands at Corsenside and dates to the 12th century. It was the site of a castle built by Otwell De Lisle in the 1300s.

His father died before his grandfather did, so he was his grandfather, Robert Lisle's heir. At his father's death he received all of his lands in Kirkharle.

Thomas Lisle, died AFT 1472Woodburn, Northumberland, England

Thomas Lisle and Anne Ogle had five sons, Robert, William,Roger, Thomas and John.

Kirkley hall ogle reunion




ChildrenEdit

Name Birth Death
Children of Anne Ogle and Thomas Lisle


Robert De Lisle (1432-1471) about 1432
AFT 2 JUN 1472


William Lisle 1439


Roger Lisle 1441


Thomas Lisle 1443


John Lisle 1446
2 Jun 1472


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