Alnwick Castle, given to Ivo de Vesey by the Conqueror.
Bamborough Castle (Northumberland), the palace of the kings of Northumberland, and built by King Ida, who began to reign 559; now converted into charity schools and signal-stations.
Carisbrook Castle, enlarged by Fitz-Osborne, five centuries later.
Conisborough Castle (York).
Goodrich Castle (Herefordshire).
Kenilworth Castle, built by Kenelm, King of Mercia. Kenilworth means Kenhelm's dwelling.
Richmond Castle (York), belonging to the Saxon earl Edwin, given by the Conqueror to his nephew Alan, Earl of Bretagne; a ruin for three centuries. The keep remains.
Rochester Castle, given to Odo, natural brother of the Conqueror.
Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894