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Secretary of Embassy in China 1859 to 1860, and Secretary
■of Legation in Japan la61-62. Mr. Oliphant was "Times "
correspondent with the Duke of Mecklenburghs array in
the Franco-German War. He published '' Piccadilly,"
"Traits and Travesties," "Altiora Peto," and a variety of
well-known volumes of travel, adventure, fiction, religion
and social topics. He was a well-known contributor to
" Blackwood." Mr. Oliphant m. 1872, Alice, dau. of Henry
Styleman le Strange, Esq. of Hunstanton Hall, Norfolk;
she d. 2 Jan 18s6. Mr. Oliphant d. 24 Dec. 1888.

IV. James, b. 23 Aug. 1796, Lieut.-Col. Madras Engineers
and a director of the H.E.l.C. from 1844 to 1857, m. 1st,
1824, Lucy Maidman, dau. of George Maidman, Madras
Civil S., who d. in 1832, and left issue,

1 James Erskine, b. 1826, Bombay Civil S., m. 1st, 1863,
Margaret, dau. of General Kobert Alexander, Madras

army, which lady d. 1868. He m. 2ndly, Jano Llojd,
eldest dau. of llev. Maurice Atkin Cooke-CoUis, D.D. of
Castle Cooke, co. Cork (.s?e that family).

2 William Stirling, 6. 1828, Maj.-Gen. E.E. ; m. 1862,
Augusta Mary, dau. of John Chapman, Esq. of Whitby.

3 Anthony Edward, 6. 1830, late Bombay Cavalry.

1 Mary Elizabeth, m. 1854, Bev. F. J. Scott, of Tewkes-
bury, who d. s. p. 1880.

2 Lucy Magdalene, d. 1880 unm.

Lieut.-Col. Oliphant m. 2ndly, 1836, Sophia Ann, 2nd dau. of
Gen. T. T. Trewman of the Madras army, and had further

4 John Steuart, b. 1837, India Home Civil Service, to. 1st,
1865, Jane, dau. of Dr. Bright, of the Madras Civil S.,
wlio d., leaving issue five sons and four daus. The eldest
son, George, b. 1860, m. 1890, Mary Elizabeth Kingston,
dau. of Canon Harland, of Bishton Hall, Staff., and has
issue one dau. Mr. Oliphant m. 2ndly, Jane, dau. of Col.
Coke, of Debdale Hall.

5 Henry Laurence, b. i Dec. 1838, Bengal Civil S., m. Nov.
1873, Elizabeth liachel, 2nd dau. of Bobeit Hare, Es^/,
and has issue, Henry James, b. 1881, and three daus.,
Laura Marion ; F'rances Louisa ; Lilian Alice.

6 Arthur Craigie, b. 20 Feb. 1840; was private secretary
to H.H. the Nizam's Minister, the first Sir Salar Jung,
K.C.S.I. Mr. Oliphant m. 1st, Fanny, dau. of Malcolm
Boss, Esq. of Smeclley, who d. 1872. He m. 2ndly, Agnes
Mary, dau. of Eear-Admiral William Horton, K.N., C.B.,
and grand-dau. of Admiral Joshua Sydney Horton, E.N.,
and has issue, Arthur, 6. 1876; Laurence Richard; b.
1877, Midshipman, E.N. ; and Lancelot, b. 1881.

7 Frederick James, 6. 1845, in holy orders, vi. 1883, Con-
stance, eldest dau. of Col. Beresford, M.P. for South-
wark, and has is^ue, five sons and one dau.

8 Eichard Balraain, b. 1848, India Forest Dep. ; d. 1877

9 Eobert Garstin, 6. 1853.

10 Francis George, 6. 1854, in holy orders, m. Elizabeth,
3rd dau. of Gol. Beresford, and has issue, two sons.

3 Sophy, d. 1860.

4 Eleanor Jane, m. 1886, F. H. Harris, Esq., M.D. of

5 Henrietta Dundas, to. 1867, Eobert Watson Cowenj Esq.
of Mill Ellers, Cumberland, and d. 1880, leaving issue,
George and James, twins, 6. 1868 ; Eobert ; Arthur ; and
three daus.

6 Catherine Maria, m. 1875, Lieut.-Col. William Cooke
Collis, late Eoj-al Irish Eifles, of Castle Cooke, co. Cork.
She d. 1890, leaving Issue, James, b. 1876; Maurice; and
three daus., Nora, Geraldine, Kale (see that familii).

7 Marion Charlotte, m. 1879, Gilbert S. Jones, Esq. of
Burmah, and Hatherley Court, Gloucester.

Lieut.-Col. James Oliphant d. 1881, at Worlington Hall,
V. Thomas, 5. 1799, well-known for his musical compositions
and in connection with the Madrigal Society of London, d.
I. Christian, 6. 13 April, 1795, d. 31 May, 1809, unm.
Mr. Ebenezer Oliphant d. 1807, and was s. by his eldest son,

Laurence Oliphant, Esq. 8th of Condie, M.P. for Perth
1832-37, 6. 22 June, 1791; m. 1st, 1814, EUza, 2nd dau. of
Hercules Eoss, Esq. of Eossie Castle, co. F'orfar, which lady d.
1820. He TO. 2ndly, 18'25, Margaret G. Barrett, relict of Samuel
Barrett, Esq. of Jamaica, and 3rdly, 19 Aug. 1841, Marianne,
eldest dau. of James Stuart Oliphant, Esq. of Bossie, and by
the last only had issue,
Laurence James, now of Condie and Newton.
Mary Anne, m. 1867, Thomas S. Walker, Esq. of Maunby

Hall, CO. York, and by him (who d. 1878) has issue.
Madalina Helen, d. 1884.
Frances Louisa.
Susan Sophia.
He d. 29 May, 1862.

Arms — Gu. three crescents arg. within a bordure countef
compony of the second and first.
Crest— A. falcon volant ppr.
Motto — Altiora peto.
Seat — Condie House, Perth.
Residence — 42, Lowndes Square, S.W.


Oliphant, Thomas Teuman, Esq. of Rossie-
Ochil, Perthshire, J.P. cos. Fife and Perth, late
Lieut, in tlie Bengal Staff Corps, b. 2 July, 1839 ;
served -with the 1st Punjab Infantry throughout
the Umbeyla Campaign of 1863 (medal and clasp,
mentioned in despatches) ; m. 23 Feb. 1870,
Georgina Elisabeth, dau. of Rev. Joseph Mansfield,
Rector of Blandford-St. Mary's, Dorset, by Emily
hia wife, dau. of Colonel the Hon. Sir Robert Le





Poer Trench, E.C.B., K.T.S., son of William, 1st
JEarl of Clancartj, and has issue,

I. Stuart, b. 12 June, 18T2. ii. Nigel, b. 19 Dec. 1874.

in. David, b. 10 July, 1876.

IV. John Ninian, b. 7 May, 1887.

I. Margaret Emily. ii. Honora Beatrix.

III. Esther Helen. iv. Kuth Mary, d. 1 Jan. 188G.

Iiineag'e. — William Oliphant, of Newton and Thrumster,
■was the 2nd son of Colin, Master of Oliphant, who was killed
.«t Flotlden, and grandson of John, 2nd Lord Oliphant, seventh
in direct descent from Sir William Oliphant, of Aberdalgie,
the gallant defender of Stirling Castle against the English
^rmy under Edward I. in 1304, whose son. Sir Walter, ?«.
Elizabeth, dau. of King Robert Brcce. He bought the lands
«f Rossie-Ochil, in 1583, from Andrew Blair. His eldest son,

Laurence Oliphant, was the ancestor of the Oliphants o/
■Gash. His 2nd son, John Oliphant, appears to have d. s. p.
His 3rd son, Alexander, was Albany Herald in 1588.
Alexander Oliphant had two sons, Laurence and Thomas, the
latter of whom succeeded his father as Albany Herald in 1604.
'The elder son, Laurence, acquired the estate of Condie in
1601. He had several sons, the eldest, Laurence, being the
<lirect ancestor of the present Oliphant of Newton and Condie.
To his 3rd son, Thomas, he left the lands of Kossie-Ochil,
•which were erected into a barony in 1G30. This

Thomas Oliphant, m. Isobel Moncrieff, and d. at a great
age in 1704, having sm-vived his only son,

Thomas Oliphant, who had m. Beatrix, dau. of Alexander
<;olville, of Blair, co. Kinross, Depute Justice-General, a cadet
•of the family o£ Lord Colville, of Culross, and d. in 1701. His

Egbert Oliphant, s. his grandfather in 1704, and m. his
«ousin, Jean, only child and heir of Robert Colville, of Blair,
and by her had one son Robert, his heir, and two daus.,
Katherine, m. 1753, Colin Drummond, of Megginch, co. Perth,
and Jane, to. 1762, John, 2nd Earl of Hopetoun. Robert
Ohphant d. 1738, leaving an only son,

Robert Oliphant, 6. 1718, was Postmaster-General for
'Scotland, and m. Marion, dau. of Neil Buchanan, of Hilling-
ton, CO. Renfrew, M.P. for the Glasgow Burghs {see Buchanan
of Drumpellier), and by her had two sons and two daus., i.
James Stuart, his heir; ii. John Hope, first in Council of
Prince of Wales's Island, in. Jane, dau. of Sir John AVedder-
burn, Bart, of B.allindean, and had an only child, Jane, m.
Sir James Ramsay, Bart, of Baniff {see Burke's Peerage
and Baronetage); i. Anne, 7n. Francis Grant, of Kilgraston;
II. Marianne, m. Capt. Veitch, H.E.I.C.S., d. s. p. Robert
Oliphant d. 1795, and was s. by his eldest son,

James Stuart Oliphant, 6. 1767, served in the Royal
Perthshire Militia for more than thirty years, and commanded
the regiment during its embodiment in the early part of ihis
century. He m. 1809, Anna, only child of William Truman
Eeade, Capt. in the Royal Horse Guards (the Blues), 2nd son
of William Reade, of Crowewood Park, AVilts. By her he had,

I. Robert, his heir, 6. 1810.

II. William Henry, b. 1814; m. Hon. Charlotte Murray
(who </. 1883), dau. of Alexander, 8th Lord ElibanU, and
d. s.}). 1871.

HI. John Hope, b. 1815; d. unm.
IV. James Stuart, b. 1819; d. unm.
-V. Henry Richard, b. 1825; d. 1890.

I. Anne, b. 1811 ; d. unm.

II. Marianne, 6. 1817 ; m. Laurence Oliphant, Esq. of Con-
die, and has issue.

HI. Frances Isabella, b. 1818; m. Rev. Maxwell Nicholson,
and d. 1892, having had issue.

IV. Louisa Anne, b. 1821 ; d. unm. 1884.
Col. Oliphant d. 1847, and was s. by his eldest son,

Robert Oliphant, 6. 1810 ; m. 1836, Susan Mary Elizabeth,
only child of Thomas Tod, Judge of the Commissary Court in
Scotland, son of Thomas Tod, of Drygrange, co. Roxburgh,
and by her (who d. 1878) had issue,

I. James Stuart, b. 1833, Lieut, in the Bengal army, d. unm.
1864, from the effects of a wound received in action in the
TJmbeyla Pass.

II. Thomas Truman, now of Rossie-Ochil.
hi. Robert Lindsay, 6. 1841 ; d. unm. 1866.

I. Susan Helena, 6. 1343; m. 1867, George Auldjo Jamieson,
and has issue.

II. Anna Louisa, b. 1846; m. 1873, James Lewis Alexander
Hope, son of Hon. James Hope- Wallace, of Fetherstone
Castle, Northumberland, and grandson of John, 4th Earl
of Hopetoun, and d. s. p. 1873.

III. Marianna Amelia, b. and d. 1856.
BIr. Oliphant d. 14 Nov. 1872.

Arms— Gu., a star of six points wavy between three cres-
cents arg. Orest— An eagle rising and reguardant ppr. Sup-

porters—On the dexter an elephant, and on the sinister a lion,
both ppr. Motto — Aitiora peco.

Seat — Rossie-Ochil, F'organdenny, N.B. Eesidence—Ciueen
Mary's, St. Andrews, N.B.

Clubs — New, Edinbui-gh ; Royal and Ancient, St. Andrews.


Oliphant-Febguson, George Henet Hewitt,
Esq. of Broadfield House, Cumberland, J. P. and
D.L., B.A. Trin. Coll. Camb., called to the Bar of
the Inner Temple 1844, b. 6 June, 1817 ; m. 1 Oct.
1867, Cecilia, 4th dau. of John Labouchere, Esq.
of Broomhall, Dorking, and brother of the late
Henry Labouchere, Lord Taunton, and by her has
issue, a dau.,

Mary Beatrice.

This gentleman assumed by royal licence the name
and arms of Oliphant-Fehguson on succeeding,
in 1860, to a portion of the property of his uncle,
Eichard Ferguson, Esq. of Hsrker.

Xiineag'e. — The Hewitts, from whom Mr. Oliphant of
Broadfield, descends, are a branch of Viscount Lifford's

William Hewitt, Esq. of Beaumont, son of Henry Hewitt,
Esq., and Mary his wife, dau. of John Norman, Esq., m.
Margaret, dau. of George Hewitt, Esq., and had a son,

George Hewitt, Esq., m. Mary, dau. of John Robinson,
Esq. of Longburgh, and grauddau. and heir of William
Hodgson, Esq. of Fauld, and left (with three daus., Margaret
Sarah, to. Robert Lawson, Esq., and is deceased; Mary
Eleanor, deceased ; and Joyce Lydia, deceased) one son, the

George Henry Hewitt Oliphant, Esq. of Broadfield House,
and Burgh-by-Sands, Cumberland, J. P. and D.L., High Sheriff
1852, b. 20 Jan. 1792; m. 23 Oct. 1815, Sarah, dau. of Robert
Ferguson, Esq. of Barker, and by her (who d. 27 Feb. 1855)
had issue,

George Henrt Hewitt, now of Broadfield House.

Anne, m. 1843, Peter James Dixon, Esq. of Houghton Hall,
eldest son of John Dixon, Esq., M.P., of The Knells, Cum-
berland, and is deceased.

Mary, unm.

Sarah Ferguson, m. 1859, John Cowley Fisher, Esq. of Wood
Hall, Cumberland, J. P., and is deceased.

This gentleman, whose patronymic wag Hewitt, assumed the
name and arms of Oliphant on succeeding, in 1843, to the
property of his cousin, Henrt Oliphant, Esq.

.firms— Quarterly : 1st and 4th gu., an elephant's head
couped, between three crescents, or, for Oliphant ; 2nd and
3rd per chevron dovetailed or and az., three boars' heads
coupert, counterchanged within a borduie arg., charged with
si.'C buckles. Crest — An elephant statant, scmee of crescents,
holding in the trunk a fer-le-moline or, for Oliphant; a demi-
lion rampant, per chevron or and az., the dexter paw holding
a thistle, and the sinister resting on a bull's head couped az.,
for Ferguson.

Seais— Broadfield House, Southwaite, and Burgh-by-Sands,

Club — Athenaeum.


Olives, Majoe-Gen. John Rtdek, C.M.G-.,
late K.A., of Tigroney (Cherrymount), co. Wick-
low, b. 16 Dec. 1834; m. 1st, 19 April, 1864,
Georgina Frances, dau. of G-. M. Harrison, Esq. of
Stanground, Hunts, and by her (who d. 9 Not.
1874) had issue,

John Charles Arthur, b. 22 April, 1871 ; d. 4 Feb. 1875.
He m. 2ndly, 30 June, 1880, Mary, dau. of W. G.
Hinds, Esq. of Kingston, Canada, and has by her,

Cecil Ryder, b. 11 Feb. 1887.
Charles Aldworth, b. 10 Sept. 1889.
Mary Beatrice Lucy, b. 3 April, 1883.

Liineagre. — Charles Oliver, Esq. of Cloghanodfoy, co.
Limerick (son of Capt. Robert Oliver, M.P. for that co. 1661, by
Bridget his wife, dau. of Andrew Ormsby, Esq. of Partney, co.
Lincoln), served as High Sheriff 1692. He w. 1670, Elizabeth,





dan. of Sir Percy Smyth, Knt. of Ballynatra, co. Waterford,
and dying 1 3 April, 1706, left, with four daus., m. Smyth,
Hannsell, Sadler, and Silver, respectively, a son and successor,
Robert Oliver, Esq. of Cloghanodfoy, M.P. co. Limerick,
and Col. of Limerick Militia, vi. 1st, 1702, Katherine, dau. of
the Hon. Sir Robert Southwell, Clerk to Privy Council and
Secretary of State for Ireland, and sister of Lord de Clifford,
and indly, Susanna, 2nd dau. and co-heir of James Knight,
Esq., and dying 1738, aged 67, left, besides two daus. (Jane,
m. Boyle Aldworth, Esq. of Newmarket, and Elizabeth, m.
James Ellard, Esq.), three sons,

I. Robert, of Cloghanodfoy (Castle Oliver), M.P., m. Jane,
dau. and co-heir of John Silver, Esq., and d. 1745, leaving
a dau. wife of Standish Grady, Esq. of Elton, and a son,

The Right Hos. Silver Oliver, of Castle Oliver, M.P.
for CO. Limerick, m. Isabella Sarah, dau. and co-heir of
Richard Newman, Esq. of Newbury, co. Cork, and left

1 Richard Philip, of Castle Oliver, who assumed by
royal licence the surname of Gasgoigne (see that

2 Charles Silver, M.P. for co. Limerick, of Inchera,
m. Maria, dau. of — Morris, Esq. of Uunkettle, and
rf. 1817, leaving issue, I Silver Charles, of Inchera, m.
Ellen Cochrane, and left one dau. Ellen, m. 1st, Jonas
Morris (who d. Oct. 1S6J), and 2ndly, William Lewis,
Grant, of Dalsey, on the Spey ; 2 Richard ; 3 Abraham
Morris, d. 1851; I Mary : 2 Thomasine, m. Rev. Ben-
jamin Jacob ; 3 Isabella, m. — Chable : 4 Maria, m.
Godfrey Baker, Esq. of FortwiIliam,and had issue.

3 Silver, d. s. p. at Vienna.

4 Robert, of Dallington, co. York, d. 1834, leaving
Richard Silver and Robert, both military officers, late
Horse Guards Blue.

1 Catherine, m. Henry, Lord Mount Sandford.

2 Isabella, vi. John Waller, Esq. of CastUetown.

3 Jane, m Hon. and Ilev. Wiliam Sandford, brother of
Lord Mount Sandford.

4 Elizabeth, d. umn.

5 Susanna, m. Rev. Hans Hamilton, D.D.

II. Philip, of Kilfinan, MP. for Killmallock, m. Lucy, dau.
of R. Gray, and d. 1769, leaving two dans., Lucy, wife of
the Venerable William Maunsell, Archdeacon of Kildare,
and Elizabeth, wife of Charles Coote, Esq. of Mount Coote.

III. John, of whom we treat.

The 3rd son,

The Ven. John Oliver, Archdeacon of Ardagh, 6. 1720 ; to.
Elizabeth, dau. of John Ryder, D.D., Archbishop of Tuam,
and by her (who d. I May, 1822, aged 82) had issue,

John, of whom presently.

Robert Dudley, Admiral R.X., b. 1766 ; m. 1805, Mary, only
dau. of Sir Charles Saxton, Bart., and had itsue, 1 John of
Circourt, Berks, J.P. and U.L., 6. 1809 ; m. 1st, 1837,
Emma Matilda, only dau. of Col. Morgan, of Llandough
Castle, CO. Glamorgan, which lady d. 1833 ; and 2ndly,
1849, Lucy Diana, dau. of Col. Thomas Maunsell, M.P., of
Thorpe Malsor, Northampton, andd. 1887, having had issue,
1 Robert Dudley Maunsell, 6. 1852; 2 Richard Aldworth,
Admiral B.N., b. 6 Dec. 1811; m. 16 March, 1852, flora
Hutchins, only dau. of Col. Daniel Hutchins Bellasis, and
by her (who d. 17 May, 1871) has issue, Richard John
Erskine, Capt. 20th Hussars, who, under the will of his
maternal uncle, takes the name of Bellasis, b. 30 Jan.
1854 : Algernon Hardy, Lieut. R.N., b. 24 Sept. 1855, Robert
Pudley, 6. 30 Oct. 1856, Godfrey Ryder, b. 9 June. 1859,
Charles Augumis, b. 16 Oct. 1861, and Flora; 3 William
Disney, Barrister-at-Law; 4 Charles Dudley; 5 James
Hewitt; and two daus., 1 Mary; 2 Elizabeth.
Charles Dean, vi. Is05, Sarah, dau. of Capt. Jonathan Bruce
Robert, and d. 15 Feb. 1829, having had issue, 1 Richard
Dean, of Rockmill Ledge, co. Cork, J. P., b. 7 May, 1821 ;
TO. 1859, Katherine, dau. of the Ven. Archdeacon Haw-
tayne, and had issue, two sons, Charles Deane and Richard
John Deane; 1 Anne (who (/. 1845), wife of Rev. John
Aldworth, of Glanworth ; 2 Elizabeth, m. James Hill, Esq.,
and d. 4 Jan. 1»»7, aged 78 ; 3 ilary ; 4 Alicia, wife of St.
Leger Aldworth ; 5 Sarah.
Richard, d. 1791, aged 16.
Silver, Rector of Loughgall, co. Armagh, m. Alicia Maria,

dau. of Samuel Madden, Esq. of Hilton, and is deceased.
Nathaniel Wilmot, Major-Gen. m the army, to. 1811, Eliza,
dau. of Rev. Michael Baxter, and by her (who d. 1815) had
a dau. Eliza, m. Rev. Chanibre Townsend. Major-Gen.
Oliver, m. 2ndly, 1817, Marianne, dau. of Dudley Baxter,
Alicie, 771. James 2nd Viscount Lifford, Dean of Armagh.
Susanna, d. unm. 31 Aug. 1819.
Anne, to. William Disney, Esq.

Elizabeth, in. Robert Rogers Aldworth, Esq. of Newmarket
House, CO. Cork.

Mr. Oliver d. 23 Nov. 1778 ; his eldest son.

Rev. John Oliver, of Cherrymount, Rector of Swepstone,
CO. Leicester, m. 1st, U May, 1807, Sarah Catherine, dau. of

Dudley Baxter, Esq. of Atherstone, co. Warwick, and by Hner
(who d. 19 April, 1821) had issue,
Richard, b. 21 Jan. 1812; d. 7 Jan. 1822.
Charles, 6. 18 Sept. 1816; d. 14 Aug. 1821.
Henry Ryder, 6. 14 April, 1818 ; d. 16 April, 1821.
Dudley, b. 10 Feb. 1821 ; to. 30 April, 1857, Anna Marie, dan.

of HeiT Johan Walter Steill, of Goutensweill, Canton of

Aargau, Switzerland.

Elizabeth. Alicia Marianne, d. 7 June, I860.

Susan Catherine, m. 2 May, 1843, William Hall, Esq.j

Anna Maria, to. 15 July, 1841, Rev. James William Kinp

Isabella, to. 22 Dec. 1840, Henry Murray, Capt. R.A.,


Mr. Oliver to. 2ndly, 10 Jan. 1826, Elizabeth, dau. of Robert
Creswell, Esq. of Ravenstone, but by her (who d. 9 May, 1859>
had no further issue. He d. 16 June, 1832, and was ». by his
eldest surviving son,

John Dudley Oliver, Esq. of Cherrymount, co. Wicklow,
J.P., d.23 July, 1809 ; m. 1st, 25 Feb. 1834, Mary Susanna, 4th
dau. of Valentine Green, Esq. of Normanton-le-Heath, co.
Leicester, and by her (who d. 25 Sept. 1853) had issue,

I. John Ryder, C.M.G., Major-Gen. late R.A.

II. Charles Valentine, Major 66th Foot, b. 9 March, 1836 ; d,
at Candahar, 10 Oct. 1880.

III. Edward Dudley, Capt. 51st Foot. 6. 25 June, 1837 ; d. I
Aug. 1865, in India.

IV. Henry James, Capt. 56th Regt., b. 5 July, 1838; in. 23
May, 1864, Frances Martha, dau. of Capt. Thomas Graves,
R.N., ^nd by her (who d. 8 Nov. 1885) left at his decease,
1879, 1 Edward Graves, b. 26 Aug. 1866; 2 Herbert Mor-
timer, 6. 28 Aug. 1868.

V. Hans Mortimer, late Lieut. 3rd Buffs, b. 7 Dec. 1843; m.
1885, Mrs. H. C. Wilcox, dau. of G. W. Cobb, Esq. of
Mineral Point, AVisconsin.

VI. Robert Wilmot, 6. 6 Dec. 1844: to. Kate Aldrich, of
Michigan, and had a dau. Beatrice.

Tii. Oswald, 6. 15 Oct. 1849; m. 1881, Mary Wikoff, of
vin. James William, b. 7 Dec. 1850.

I. Susanna Eleanor, to. 3 April, 1866, Rev. John Woollam,
eldest son of John Woollam, Esq. of St. Albans.

II. Mary Theodosia, m. 1 July, 1865, Henry Hodgson, Esq.

III. Frances Georgiana, to. 15 April, 1868, Frederick Lewis
Roy, Esq. of Nenthorn, Kelso.

IV. Catherine.
He TO. 2ndly, 22 Oct. 1857, Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Rev.
Wyndham Carlyon Madden, Rector of Bergh Apton, Norfolk,
and by her (who d. 30 June, 1860) had issue,

V. Mary Beatrice.
He TO. 3rdly, 5 April, 1866, Sydney, 4th dau. of William Tongue;
Esq. of Comberford Hall, co. Stafford, and had issue,

IX. William Dudley, 6. 14 Aug. 1867.

Mr. Oliver d. 18 Dec. 1870.

Arms — Or, a chevron between two pellets in chief and a
mullet naiant in base ppr. CrcH — A hand holding a branch of
olive ppr. Motto — Ito tu et fac similiter.


Olitee, Col. John Stephen, of Uplands Hall,
Lancashire, J.P. for co. Lancaster and for the
Borough of Preston, Col. late 5th Lancashire
Artillery Volunteers, b. 10 Sept. 1820 ; m. 3 Feb.
1857, Emma Harley, dau. of George Stead, Esq.
of Knaresborough, Yorkshire, and bj her (who d.
30 May, 1880) has issue,

I. Robert George, 6. 31 July, 1862.

II. Francis James, 6. 14 Oct. 1863.

III. Alfred Douglas, 6. 19 Feb. 1865.

IV. Harold Mason, 6. 8 Dec. 1868.

V. Alexander Wight, b. 14 Dec. 1S69.

VI. Norman Henry, b. 17 Oct. 1871.
vii. John Stead, b. 9 June, 1878.
VIII. Ronald Holmes, b. 30 M.ay, 1879.

I. Emily Anne, m. Richard Henry Elliott, Esq., 'M..A., Hcacf
Master of Rishworth Grammar School.

II. Eleanor Mary, ;n. John F. Logic, Esq., oS
Franklin College, Dresden, Germany.

III. Kate Elizabeth. iv. Edith Douglas.
V. Mabel Harriclte. vi. Winifred Agnes.

VII. Amy Vavasour.

Lineage.— The Rev. Stephen Oliver, of Jedburgh, d. I'J
Feb. 1740, leaving a son.
Rev. Stephen Oliver, Minister of Innerleithen, co.Peeblesy





and subsequently of Maxton, co. EoT.burgh, 6. at Jedburgh,
3 March, 1714, and d. at Maxton, 24 July, 1803, in his 90th
year, leaving issue, a son,

John Oliveb, Esq., h. at the Manse of Innerleithen, 4 Sept.
1761, m. 29 Nov. 1785, Eleanora, dau. of — Wight, Esq., and
d. 6 Dec. 1816, having by her, had issue, a son.

KoBERT Stephen Oliver, Esq., b. 20 April, 1788, m. 1817,
Agnes, dau. of Andrew Walker, Esq., and by her, who d. 15 Jan.
1867, had issue,

I. John Stephen, of Uplands Hall.

II. James Purves, b. 1823, who d. s.p.

I. Mary Annie Douglas, d. unm.

II. Eleanor, m. 1845, the late James Paton Bramwell, Esq.,
M.D., of Pertli, and has issue, three sons and two daus.

HI. Elizabeth, d. unm.

Mr. Robert Stephen Oliver d. 13 Oct. 1870.
Seat — Uplands Hall, Broughton, near Preston.


Olphert, John, Esq. of Balljconnell, co. Done-
gal, LL.B. Trin. CoU. Dublin, J.P. and D.L. co.
Donegal, late Capt. 5tli batt. Rojal Inniskilling
Fusiliers, Gentleman-in-waiting to Lords Carnarvon,
Londonderry and Zetland, Lords Lieutenant of
Ireland, b. 2 Sept. 1844 ; m. 1869, Frances Susan,
only dau. of the late Robert Burrowes, Esq., M.P.,
of Stradone, co. Cavan, and has issue,

Geraldine Constance.

liineag'e. — Ecbrantz Olphert went over to Ireland from
Holland in the reign of Charles I., in whose household he is
stated to have been. He received a large grant of property in
CO. Donegal 1633, which is still part of that now held by the
present descendant.

Wybrants Olphert, m. Mary Hodson, and had, with three
daus., four sons,

I. John, his heir.

II. Richard, ?ft. 1st, his cousin. Miss Hodgson, and 2ndly,
1783, Barbara, 2nd dau. of William Blacker, Esq. of Canick
Blacker, co. Armagh, and had issue by her,

I. Richard (Rev.), m. 1st, 1809, his cousin, Anne, eldest
dau. of Sir Francis Macnaghten, Bart., and by her had,
with other issue, d. young.

1 Richard, of Milbum House and Dungiven, co. Lon-
donderry, B.A., J. P. CO. Sligo, late Capt. 40th Foot,
b. 1818; m. 1849, Elizabeth Henrietta, 2nd dau. of
John FitzHerbert Euxton, Esq. of Ardee House, co.

2 Henry, Lieut.-Col. E.A., m. Louisa, dau. of Col. Sted-
man, and d. 1860.

3 Francis Montgomery, of Mount Shannon, co. Sligo.
M.A., J. P., b. 1822; m. 1858, lilariana, eldest dau. of
Owen Wynne, Esq. of Ardaghowen, co. Sligo.

1 Letitia, d. 1831.

2 Eliza Jane, m. 1840, Rev. Theodore Dunkin, d. 1842.
Rev. Richard Olpherts, n).2ndly,1834, Mary, dau. of John
Nicholson, Esq. of Stramore House, co. Down, and </.
1849, leaving by her an only dau. Isabella, m. Capt.
George F. Coryton, late 10th Regt., son of Gen. Coryton,
and had issue.

II. William, of Dartrey, co. Armagh, Barrister-at-Law, m.
Rosanna, 3rd dau. of Edward Atkinson, M.D., of Armagh,
by Mary, his wife, only sister of Dr. James Macartney,
and had issue,

1 Richard Marmaduke. 2 Edward, d. 1820.

3 William, C.B., V.C., Gen. R.A., 6. 8 March, 1»22; m.
Alice Maria, dau. of Gt-n. Cautley, Bengal army, and
has, with other issue, a son, Willliam Cautley, Capt.

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