Photos from the 2017 Northumberland Reunion

MacDonald Linden Hall

Day 1: Our hotel- Macdonald Linden Hall- Longhorsley, Morpeth, NorthumberlandOgle Family Reunion and Ancestral Tour- Sept. 2017

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Hexham Abbey

Day 2: Hexham Abbey- built 1170-1250. Contains Sir Robert Ogle's Chantry Chapel

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Corbridge

Day 2: Corbridge- Village and Roman Fort and Town

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St. Maurice, Eglingham

Day 3: Eglingham Hall – according to one theory in Looking Back at the Ogles, pages I-192 and I-193, Vol. 1, this was…

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Day 3: St. Maurice Church, Eglingham. Contains Ogle Chapel and Ogle Vault. Also in the floor is a stone slab with the…

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Alnwick Castle

Day 3: Alnwick Castle- known as "the Windsor of the North". Home to the Percy family for 700. During the time of the…

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Bothal

Day 4: St. Andrew's Church, Bothal- Bertram and Ogle Families were benefactors of the church. Contains:Tomb of Ralph (d.1513), 3rd Baron Ogle and his wife. He was a Tudor courtier.

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Day 4: Bothal Castle- In 1343 Sir Robert Bertram V was given license to crenellate by King Edward III. Through the…

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Whalton

Sign in Whalton, Northumberland

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St. Mary Magdalene Church, Whalton- additional photos

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Ogle Village

Day 4: Ogle Village

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Ogle Castle

Day 4: Ogle Castle- the dwelling which stood on the site over 900 years ago is thought to be a well-fortified peel…

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Kirkley

Day 5: Kirkley Hall- Northumberland College and Ogle Pond Renovation

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@kirkleyhall Thank-you for the great memories! | #SocialOgles

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St Mary

Day 5: St. Mary the Virgin Church- Ponteland

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Morpeth

Day 5: Morpeth- historic market town

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Bamburg

Day 6: Bamburgh Castle- once home to the kings of ancient Northumbria, Bamburgh Castle is one of Northumberland's most iconic buildings.

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Warkworth Castle

Day 6: Warkworth Castle

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Hadrian’s wall

Hadrian's Wall- Pre-tour day trip

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Farewell Gathering

Farewell to Northumberland- That's the end of your tour guide's photos…Great trip and reunion! Hope to visit again someday! Trip members please post your favorite photos.

Posted by Ogle/Ogles Family Association on Wednesday, September 27, 2017

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