Name: Robert de Ogle
Death: 31 OCT 1410
Burial: Hexham Abbey, Northumberland
Residence: Ogle Castle, Northumberland
MEM: Chantry chapel, Hexham Abbey, Northumberland
Change Date: 8 JUL 2005
Sir Robert Ogle (1351-1409) was knighted before Richard III. He was taken prisoner in a battle of with the Scots in 1388. He was later released and joined in the garrison of Berwick-on-Tweed.
He married Joan Heton the third daughter and co-heir of Sir Alan Heton of Chillingham, a decorated knight. They had four known children: Robert, John, Joan and Margery. Sir Robert gave his son John the Barony of Bothal and the lands of his mother Elene Bertram before his death. The son John took the name of Bertram at that time.
The Chantry chapel of Sir Robert Ogle, d. 1410 still can be seen at Hexham Abbey.
Father: Robert de Ogle
Mother: Helen or Ellen Bertram
- Robert Ogle b: ABT 1370 in Ogle, Northumberland