The Jacobite Lairds of Gask [i.e. the Oliphant family]

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Statementby T.L. Kington Oliphant. [With a portrait and facsimiles.]
ContributionsOliphant, T. L. Kington
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web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Jacobite Lairds of Gask [I.E. the Oliphant Family] at ascensionproducers.comnd: Grampian Club (London). Apr 27,  · On P. of his Jacobite Lairds of Gask, Thomas Kington-Oliphant of Gask stated “The Oliphant referred to [i.e.

David Oliphant of Bachilton], as having laid hands on the Title, was a descendant of the bastard son of the Abbot of Inchaffray, the Churchman who fell at Flodden”. 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 The Jacobite Lairds of Gask [i.e.

the Oliphant family] book as a vehicle for putting in print much of the Gask Charter Chest, which incorporated that of the Lords Oliphant. Sun, 19 May [email protected] Bookshelf The greatest collection of Jacobite memories in The Lyon in Mourning Volume One, Two, and Three by Robert Forbes.

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He was a man of some culture, even suspected of authorship; and in his long lairdship was written, apparently by his grandson’s tutor, that family chronicle, the Black Book of Taymouth, that has been copied by the Red Books and White Books compiled at a later time for other families.

Ebenezer Oliphant’s place within the Jacobite establishment as brother of the Laird of Gask, cousin to Laurence Oliphant, Goldsmith and Aide de Campe to Prince Charles Edward Stuart, and his own. The two latter were afterwards sold to pay part of the purchase money for Gask.

It was at one time proposed to sell the Ross and Newmiln, but Mr Oliphant objected to this, as he considered these two farms the most improvable part of the estate. We are told in The Jacobite Lairds of Gask that few lost more than the Oliphants by the "Rising" of.

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