Timpendean Tower (tim-pen-deen) or Typenden Castle as it was once known, is a ruined 15th-century tower house near Lanton, around 1.5 miles (2.4 km) north-west of Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders. The land here, once part of the Bonjedward estate, was long owned by the Douglases, until it was sold in 1843 to the Scott family, farmers of Bonjedward. The tower was burned by the Earl of Hertford's men in 1545, during the War of the Rough Wooing.
Threave Castle, Castle Douglas, Scotland - century, Dumfries and Galloway
Sandal Castle, West Yorkshire, England
Llawhaden Castle (Castell Llanhuadain) is a castle in the Pembrokeshire village of Llawhaden and 3 miles east of Wiston in southwest Wales. It was built by the bishops of the Diocese of St David between the century and century.
Edmund Crouchback, Earl of Lancaster, son of Henry III.
Built during the reign of King Henry VIII and perched on the picturesque Kent coastline, Walmer Castle is one of the most fascinating visitor attractions in the South East.
The first castle on the site was built by the Normans after to protect the newly conquered town of Cardiff and control the route along the Taff Gorge.