(Ogle Castle, co. Northumberland; descended from the marriage of Sir Robert Ogle, son of Robert Ogle, of Ogle, living temp. Edward III., with Helen, dau. and heiress of Sir Robert Bertram, Knt., feudal baron of Bothall). Ar. a fess betw. three crescents gu. quartering az. an orle ar., for Bertram. Crest—As. antelope’s head erased ar. tufted, maned, and horned or. Another Crest, for ertram—A bull’s head or, armed az. ducally gorged gu.
(Baron Ogle, in abeyance since 1691; Sir Robert Ogle, Knt., of Ogle Castle, Sheriff co. Northumberland, 16 Henry VI., 1437, was summoned to Parliament 1461. Cuthbert, sixth Baron Ogle, d. 1601, leaving: Joan, to. Edward, eighth Earl of Shrewsbury, d. s. p. 1627; and Katherine, m. Sir Charles Cavendish, Knt., of Welbeck, she s. as Baroness Ogle 1627; her grandson, Henry Cavendish, Baron Ogle and second Duke of Newcastle, d. s. p., when the title fell into abeyance). Ar. a fess betw. three crescents gu.
(Cawsey Park, co. Northumberland; descended from Sir William Ogle, of Cockle Park, second son of Ralph, third Lord Ogle). Same Arms, &c., as Ogle, of Ogle Castle.
(Kirkley Hall, co. Northumberland; descended from John Ogle, third son of Ralph, third Lord Ogle, who d. in 1512). Same Arms, &c. Motto—Prenez en gré.
(Worthy, co. Hants, bart.). Ar. a fess betw. three crescents gu. a mullet for diff. Crest—An heraldic antelope’s head erased ar. tufted, maned, and homed gu. Motto—Prenez en gré.
(Eglingham, co. Northumberland; descended from Mark Ogle, of Eglingham, who had a grant of arms in 1535). Quarterly, 1st and 4th, ar. a fess betw. three crescents gu.; 2nd and 3rd, or, an escutcheon az. on a chief of the last six annulets or. Crest—An arm armed in mail, issuing from a circle of gold, holding in the hand a sword broken in the middle, the edge bloody, hilted and pommelled or; granted to Mark Ogle, of Eglingham, Esq., for services done in Scotland against the King our sovereign lord’s enemies, there manly and valiantly using himself, for the which good service, Norroy King of Arms, seeing such qualities of vertue, did grant the said arms.”
(Pinchbeck, co. Lincoln; seal of Thomas Ogle, 1568). Ar. a fess betw. three crescents gu. issuant from each a fleur-de-lis of the second. Crest—A bull’s head erased or, armed gu. gorged with a chaplet vert.
(Whiston, co. Lancaster, 1664). Ar. a fess betw. three crescents gu. Crest—A bull’s head erased sa. horned or.
(cos. Northampton and Northumberland). Ar. a fess betw. three crescents gu. Crest—Out of a ducal coronet a bull’s head ppr.
(Birchgrove, co. Wexford; descended from Samuel Ogle, a Commissioner in Ireland, temp. Charles II., son of Lore Ogle, of Berwick-on-Tweed; Right Hon. George Ogle, M.P., co. Wexford, his grandson, by his second wife, Ursula, Dowager Lady Altham, d. s. p. 1815, when his cousin, Richard Donovan, Esq., of Ballymore, became his heir-at-law; he was son of Edward Donovan, Esq., of Ballymore, by Mary Broughton, his wife, dau. of Captain John Broughton, of Maiddtone, co. Kent, by Mary Ogle, his wife, only dau. of the above Samuel Ogle, by his first wife, Elizabeth Dawson). Ar. a fess betw. three crescents gu.
Ar. on a fess betw. three crescents gu. a lion pass. or. Crest—A demi lion or, holding in the dexter paw a truncheon gu.; another, Ar. three greyhounds courant sa.; another, Erm. a fesse betw. three crescents gu.
Lord Ogle – Northumberland – (M. ét. en 1597) – D’argent à la fasce de gueules acc de trois croissants du même Cimier une tête et col d’antelope d’argent accornée et crinée d’or
Londres – (Baronet, 12 mars 1816) – D’argent à la fasce de gueules ch d’une étoile du champ et acc de trois croissants du second Cimier une tête d’antelope d’argent accornée et crinée de gueules Devise PRENEZ EN GRE