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Oliphants in Scotland, with a selection of original documents from the charter chest at Gask

Oliphants in Scotland, with a selection of original documents from the charter chest at Gask

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oliphant family.

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    Statementedited by Joseph Anderson.
    ContributionsAnderson, Joseph.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18624818M

    George Oliphant was born circa , at birth place, to Laurence Oliphant of Aberdalgie, 1st Lord Oliphant and Isabel Oliphant of Aberdalgie, 1st Lord Oliphant (born Hay). Laurence was born circa , in In Aberdalgie, Gask, Perthshire, Scotland. From Stirnet's "Oliphant1" page: "Both of these cousins Sir William were active in the Scots Wars of Independence but were obliged at different times to work for the King of England. One ended up having been captured by Robert the Bruce and sent in chains to the Western Isles (where he probably died about ) whilst the other (who was one of the.

    The Oliphant Clan and Family Association Probably the most important result to come from the Gathering in was the re-forming of the Association. Created in the late s when Roddy was rebuilding Hatton Castle, the Association has been re-invigorated with . Margaret Stewart, Lady Gordon (born ) was the daughter of James IV of Scotland and Margaret Drummond. Margaret Stewart was born in Her mother, Margaret Drummond was the daughter of Lord Spanish ambassador Pedro de Ayala reported that the king kept Margaret Drummond in great state in a castle, and afterwards had her married. There is no record of her .

    Clan Oliphant History: The Oliphants were a Norman family who first held lands in England around Northampton. David de Olifard is commonly held to be the progenitor of the clan. In the 12th century he was granted lands in Roxburghshire, Scotland by the Earl of Huntingdon who later became King David I of Scotland. heirship. The Red Book of Scotland (see Section 7) tells us that Jean resigned her rights to the estate in Presumably there was a settlement. An interesting fact which differs from the story of the will, is that per the Red Book, Sir Alexander Oliphant (7 th and last laird of the Kellie line) seems to have sold the Kellie estate to the 3.


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Edited by Joseph Anderson. Glasgow: Printed for T.L. Kington Oliphant by Robert Anderson, The Oliphants in Scotland.

With a selection of original documents from the charter chest at Gask. 08/ by Anderson, Joseph and a refutation of the statements in the book entitled "The Crawfurd peerage," and in other publications on his cafe -- -by Dobie.

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With a selection of original documents from the charter chest at Gask. by Anderson, Joseph The Douglas book. [With plates, including portraits, facsimiles and genealogical tables.] by Fraser, William, Sir, View book: Oliphant: With a selection of original documents from the charter chest at Gask book in Scotland With a selection of original documents from the charter chest at Gask.

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He commenced suits for the recovery of his lands from the Oliphants, and in the Gask charter chest is a document datedby which David Mercer and his five sons, William, Vincent, George, Andrew, and James, declare that they will retain possession of Lord Oliphant's lands of Clathy until he pays them for the lands of Innerpeffry.

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Seuss’s first published book. All the main Bruce Charters (Robert + David II) were entrusted by the 9th Lord Oliphant into the Gask charter chest and are set out in the books below (Regesta Regum Scottorum has transcripts in the Latin (nos.

27, to inclusive,). He married LILIAS OLIPHANT Febru /34 in Findo-Gask, Perth, Scotland, daughter of PATRICK OLIPHANT and ELIZABETH CHEYNE. She was born Abt. in Gask, Perth, Scotland, and died January / Children of LAURENCE OLIPHANT and LILIAS OLIPHANT are: i.

DAVID OLIPHANT, d. Febru /07, Edinburgh, Scotland. LILIAS OLIPHANT, m. Although the land at Gask was held by Oliphants from the mid 14th century and although no Castle was ever built there, it is the site of 'The Auld Hoose' in Carolina Oliphant's song.

There is no Clan Seat currently but Ardblair Castle, near Blairgowrie in Perthshire is the seat of one of the Clan Chieftains, the Oliphant of Gask. Ardblair. there is a charter of the lands of Cranshawes, wherein Walter (Oliphant), is called Lord of Aberdalgie. Sir John Oliphant was retoured heir to his grandfather in the lands of Cranshaws, his sasine thereon was taken Feb.

28, /3 and was formally broken the next day by Sir John Swinton of that Ilk who also claimed these lands. The Oliphants in Scotland.

With a selection of original documents from the charter chest at Gask () The pedigree of - Scott, of Stokoe, in the parish of Symondburn, and County of Northumberland, and late of Toderick, Selkirkshire, North Britain ().

The 10th Lord Oliphant was forced into exile after the Battle of Culloden inbut permitted to return to Scotland in On his death, the peerage became extinct.

Carolina Oliphant, Lady Nairne () was daughter of the Laird of Gask and married William Nairne in Throughout her life she penned a series of ballads, the most.

Sir William Oliphant’s name first appears as witness to a Charter of John, Earl of Atholl, some time before Cal.

Documents relating to Scotland,entry (3) Stevenson. Documents illustrative of the History of Scotland ii and Anderson’s Oliphants in Scotland, pp. XII - XXI. Return to Oliphants Page. William Oliphant, son of Laurence, the 4th Lord Oliphant, obtained a lease for the estate in Tenures did not last long and the turnover was rapid.

It is not known who built the Auld Hoose at Gask. Dupplin Castle. The current seat of Clan Oliphant, superseding Aberdalgie.

Thomas Kington-Oliphant wrote two books: Jacobite Lairds of Gask for the purpose of discussing the 17th century links with Royal Stuarts and Oliphants in Scotland as a vehicle for putting in print much of the Gask Charter Chest, which incorporated that of the Lords Oliphant.

Being an account of the families of Melsetter, Muir, Cocklaw, Blairhill, Bryanton, Gilchorn, Pitmuies, Arbekie, Masterton etc () The name of Gordon patronymics which it has replaced or reinforced () The Oliphants in Scotland.

With a selection of original documents from the charter chest at Gask () The pedigree of - Scott, of Stokoe, in the parish of Symondburn, and County of. The Oliphants of Gask: records of a Jacobite family () (pdf) The Oliphants in Scotland by Joseph Anderson (pdf) Clan Oliphant; Use our Site Search Engine There are many references to clans within the hundreds of historical pages on our site.

Use the search engine provided here to locate further information on your clan.Sir John Drummond 2nd of Innerpeffray (c. – c. ) was Forester of Strathearn, and tutor to David Lord Drummond during his minority, and lived at the Drummond residence at Innerpeffray.

John Drummond was son of Sir John Drummond 1st of Innerpeffray, called "John Bane", (pale John), and his cousin, a daughter of John Drummond of Coldoch.The Oliphants were devoted to the Jacobite cause, and the ninth Lord fought at the Battle of Killiecrankie inand was afterwards imprisoned.

He joined with his cousin, Oliphant of Gask.