Medievel Ogle Castle
                                                                                                           Modern Rendering
                                                                       (Based on a 17th century painting by Abraham Van Diepenbeeck)
                           Ogle castle was originally a manor house, constructed in the 11th century                 
                           by Humphrey de Hoggel, who was granted the rights to his manor after the Norman Conquest in 1066. In 1341, Sir
                           Robert Ogle was granted the right to fortify the castle. in the 16th century, heiress Catherine Ogle married Sir Charles
                           Cavendish and the Ogle barony was passed down to generations of Cavendish heirs. Only parts of the castle remains
                           as part of a more recent building.