Anna Maria D'OLIER was born in 1774 and died in 1856. Her father was Richard D'Olier who married Sarah Rosanna Ogle and became one of the leaders of Dublin Methodism. In August 1791, they and three of their children took respite in the south of France at Montauban for purposes of improving Richard D'Olier's health in a warmer climate. When France's Reign of Terror commenced in 1793, the D'Olier family was imprisoned for nearly a year by order of Robespierre, who in September of 1793 decreed imprisonment of the country's English inhabitants. After securing their freedom, the D'Olier family returned to Dublin, where their daughter Anna Maria (Mrs. David) Courtney later wrote a memoir of their imprisonment. 
David COURTNEY married Anna Maria D'OLIER, daughter of Richard D'OLIER and Sarah Rosanna OGLE, on 23 Mar 1797 in St. Peters, Dublin, Ireland.
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