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Oliphant-Stout marriage ca 1740s/50s NJ
Posted by: Sharon Date: December 13, 2001 at 16:41:18
  of 1955

I am looking for the marriage record of Ephriam Oliphant and Sarah Stout in Hunterdon Co., NJ. He is thought to be the son of Duncan Oliphant and Mary Garrison and was probably born about 1717 in Staten Island, NY and she is thought to be the daughter of Freegift Stout and Mary Higgins and was probably born about 1725 in Cloverhill, NJ.
They supposedly had the following children: Obadiah Oliphant born in the 1740s in Hunterdon Co., NJ, married Mary Richey and died in 1830s in Allen Co., KY; John Oliphant born January 2, 1749/50 in Hunterdon Co., NJ, married ca 1775 to Hannah Amos or Sarah Pruden or both about 1775 and died May 21, 1823 in Green Co., TN; Sarah Oliphant born April 6, 1751, married John Woolsey or Daniel Weather or both in 1800; Samuel Oliphant born about 1753 in Bedford Co., VA, married Elizabeth Holmes Harris and died January 27, 1851 in Columbiana Co., OH; Benjamin Oliphant born about 1755 in Hunterdon Co., NJ and died in the Revolutionary War; Mary Oliphant born about 1757; Anne Oliphant born about 1759; Rebecca Oliphant born after 1763 in SC, married 1810 in Warren Co., Ky to Edward Manely; and Rachel Oliphant.
       None of this is documented and it may be garbled. Any help will be appreciated.


Sharon


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