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Olivia (Guinness) Archer (abt. 1794 - 1829)

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Olivia Archer formerly Guinness
Born about in Dublin, Irelandmap
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Wife of — married 30 Jun 1813 in St Peter, Dublin, Dublin, Irelandmap
Descendants descendants
Died in Dublin, County Dublin, Irelandmap
Profile last modified 1 Feb 2019 | Created 4 Aug 2008
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Biography

Olivia Guinness was born in 1794. She was a daughter of Reverend Hosea Guinness and Jane Hart.

She married Reverend William Archer. [1] [2]

Olivia Guinness Archer died in Dublin on 27 May, 1829.

Mrs. Olivia (nee GUINNESS) Archer 1829. May 27, at the house of her father, the Rev. Dr. Guinness, Olivia, wife of the Rev. William Archer, Vicar of Newcastle, in the county of Wicklow. [Rev. Dr. Hosea Guinness lived at 52 Lr Camden St., Dublin]. [3]

Death notice for Olivia (Guinness) Archer 1829

http://www.kildare.ie/library/ehistory/2007/10/leixlip_chronology_18001849.asp ....Rev Dr. Hosea Guinness lived at 52 Lr Camden St, Dublin and Arthur Guinness at 52 Rutland Square West. Rev Charles Maturin, the author of Leixlip Castle, lived at 37 York St, Dublin. Glascock & Black, attorneys, were operating from 17 Duke St. [Wilson’s Dublin Street Directory, 1818].

Research Note

Nov. 7, 2018 in re: merging this Olivia Guinness-780, with Guinness-18: Olivia died in Dublin Ireland in 1829. Her and Reverend William Lamb Archer's children were born in Ireland. Those children interacted with their half-siblings over their lifetimes. See probate records for Anna Jane Archer Woodhouse and Margaret Agusta Archer Vicent in England's Probate records. See the names of Isabella Sarah Archer Turner's (child of Rev. William Lamb Archer and Elizabeth Thompson, 2nd wife) children in those probates. Any other Olivia Guinness is not the one. Research the biographical sources listed below, or read the newspaper article of her death if you don't have time to research. Better yet delve into the history of Reverend Hosea Guinness, Rector of St Werburgh's Dublin for 30 years.

Sources

  1. Charles Mosley, editor, Burke's Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke's Peerage Genealogical Books Ltd, 2003), vol. 2, p. 1698.
  2. Marriage Licence Rev William Archer SPOUSE: Olivia Guinness DOCUMENT YEAR: 1813
    Last Name: Guinness Given Name and Status: Olivia (Sp - Mg) Date: 1813 Location: Dublin Film #: 592952 T, Box & Order #: 881 of 1013 Sec 2 Item Order: 92 of 354
  3. Drogheda Journal, or Meath & Louth Advertiser 30 May 1829
    From British Newpaper Archive online'
  • Last Name: Guinness Given Name and Status: Olivia (Sp - Mg)

Date: 1813 Location: Dublin Film #: 592952 T, Box & Order #: 881 of 1013 Sec 2 Item Order: 92 of 354

Rev Dr. Hosea Guinness house address, http://www.kildare.ie/library/ehistory/2007/10/leixlip_chronology_18001849.asp

Name: Rev William Archer Spouse: Olivia Guinness Document Year: 1813 Record Type: Marriage Licence



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On 20 Jan 2019 at 07:58 GMT Jo Fitz-Henry wrote:

Guinness-780 and Guinness-18 appear to represent the same person because: These are now ready to be merged now that a date of death has been agreed on by both PMs. Thank you for your help!

Jo Fitz-Henry, England Project Data Doctor.

On 13 Jan 2019 at 12:46 GMT Jo Fitz-Henry wrote:

Dear Phil, Andrew and Richard

I have done some more searching for the Olivia Archer who died in the Ongar RD of Essex in Q2 1873 aged 76.

I have found Olivia as the wife of John Archer, an Ag Lab, from every census from 1841 to 1871 living in Kelvedon Hatch, which is in the registration district of Ongar Essex. She was born in Essex.

There is a death of a John Archer in Q1 1877 in the Ongar RD.

Neither are on the return of Kelvedon Hatch for the 1881 census.(I have looked through all the pages)

So I think we can safely say that the death that has been entered for Guinness-18 is for another Olivia Archer who lived all her life in Essex, England.

If this 1873 death is removed from Guinness-18, would all parties be agreeable to the merge of Guinness-18 and Guinness-780?

Jo

On 12 Jan 2019 at 20:36 GMT Jo Fitz-Henry wrote:

It would seem that Guinness-780 and Guinness-18 ARE the same woman. It would be unusual for parents to have two daughters named Olivia born in the same year, who both married a William Archer.

The sticking point for merging seems to be her death.

Kathy - The death source for Guinness-780 in 1829 seems very convincing.

Phil, Andrew and Richard - do any of you have the actual death certificate for the Olivia Archer who died in Essex, England in 1873? If so, would you add it as a source to Guinness-18 so the relative merits of the two sources can be compared.

Best wishes. Jo

England Project Data Doctors team.

On 7 Nov 2018 at 19:51 GMT Kathy Wierenga wrote:

Guinness-780 and Guinness-18 do not represent the same person because: She died in Dublin Ireland in 1829. Her's and Reverend William Lamb Archer were born in Ireland. Those children interacted with their half siblings over their lifetimes. See probate records for Anna Jane Archer Woodhouse and Margaret Agusta Archer Vicent in England's Probate records. See the names of Isabella Sarah Archer Turner's, child of Rev. William Lamb Archer and Elizabeth Thompson, (2nd wife), children in those probates.

Biography Last Edited=3 Aug 2008 Olivia Guinness was born in 1794. 1 She was the daughter of Reverend Hosea Guinness and Jane Hart. 2 She married Reverend William Archer. 1 Her married name became Archer. 1 Citations: 1. [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke's Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke's Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 2, page 1698. Hereinafter cited as Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition. 2. [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.

Reverend William Archer 1 M, #302045 Last Edited=3 Aug 2008 Reverend William Archer married Olivia Guinness, daughter of Reverend Hosea Guinness and Jane Hart.1 Citations 1. [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke's Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke's Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 2, page 1698. Hereinafter cited as Burke's Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.

Newspaper: WMT J, Westmeath Journal, ran on 06/04/1829, an account of the death: Mrs. Olivia (nee GUINNESS) Archer 1829. May 27, at the house of her father, the Rev. Dr. Guinness, Olivia, wife of the Rev. William Archer, Vicar of Newcastle, in the county of Wicklow. [Rev Dr. Hosea Guinness lived at 52 Lr Camden St, Dublin]

http://www.kildare.ie/library/ehistory/2007/10/leixlip_chronology_18001849.asp ....Rev Dr. Hosea Guinness lived at 52 Lr Camden St, Dublin and Arthur Guinness at 52 Rutland Square West. Rev Charles Maturin, the author of Leixlip Castle, lived at 37 York St, Dublin. Glascock & Black, attorneys, were operating from 17 Duke St. [Wilson’s Dublin Street Directory, 1818].

On 7 Nov 2018 at 16:27 GMT Peter Bartholomew wrote:

Guinness-780 and Guinness-18 appear to represent the same person because: Same spouse, parents, name and birth year.

On 4 Oct 2016 at 16:32 GMT Sharon Casteel wrote:

Guinness-18 and Guinness-74 appear to represent the same person because: Parents, husband, and death date/place match.


Rejected matches › Olivia Guinness (1775-1809)

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