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Jonathan Oliphant (abt. 1715 - 1784)

Jonathan (John) "John, Jon" Oliphant
Born about in Staten Island, Richmond, New Yorkmap
Ancestors ancestors
[spouse(s) unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died in Rowan, North Carolina, United Statesmap
Profile last modified | Created 19 Jun 2017
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Biography

Jonathan aka John was the son of Duncan Oliphant, b ca 1707 Staten Island, NY, d ca 1782, His family moved to Hunterdon Co, NJ probably about 1718, and he did have a brother named Ephrain, as well as Margaret, David, James, Mary and Ann.

Jon was born about 1715. He passed away about 1784.

Name

Name: Mary /Garrison/
Given Name: Mary
Surname: Garrison
Married Name: Oliphant

DUNCAN OLIPHANT, b 1682 Perthsire

, Scotland; came to New Jersey 1685; d 1734; m MARY GARRISON (daughter of Lambert Garrison)
Record ID Number: MH:I159

JOHN OLIPHANT born in 1715--staten island ny ---father was duncan---born abt 1683-died 1734--amwell twp-hunterdon n j--mother mary garrison- born abt 1687--died 2-12-1732--hunterdon n j---siblings---margaret-(b-4-9-1709)-david(b-3-1-1713)-john ( born abt 1715 )-ephraim ( my ancestor)--james-mary-ann.

Research Notes

Kristen Johnson Ingram writes the following: "Born on Staten Island. Moved to Hunterdon Co NJ betw 1722-24.Appears again as early settler in Rowan Co NC. John received a land warrant for 640 acres on both sides of Fourth Creek below MacIlwain's place. Oliphant sold his land on Buffalo Brach to Fergus Sloan several years later. IN 1755 James Lambert sold his land on the Catawba River to John Oliphant of Amwell Township Hunterdon Co NJ, where John built a mill. John Oliphant, William Ireland, and Andrew Morrison were among settlers forced from their lands due to Cherokee attacks.'[1]


Sources

  1. [ The John Oliphant Story Title: Kristen John Ingram's Ancestors]

Author: Kristen Johnson Ingram kristeningram@comcast.net Date: 6 Aug 2004



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Oliphant-605 and Oliphant-453 appear to represent the same person because: Appears to be a duplicate file
posted by Bob Ladouceur

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