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  • ID: I19059
  • Name: Oliver CRAMER 1
  • Name: Oliver COGHILL
  • Note: Pursuant to the will of his great-uncle, Marmaduke Coghill, Oliver, the second son, was made his heir upon his assuming the name of Coghill, and by so doing he became Oliver Coghill. He married, first, Anne, daughter of Robert Hucks, Esq., by his wife Sarah, daughter of Henry Coghill, Esq., of Aldenham House, in the County of Hertford, England ; she died leaving no issue, after which he married Jane, daughter of'-- Holl, Esq., by whom he had issue one daughter, Jane Coghill, who married George Mowbray, Esq., of Ford, Co. Durham, and Mortimer, Co. Bucks. Oliver died in 1774, leaving no male issue, when, in conformity to the conditions of the aforesaid will of Marmaduke Coghill, and the will of his cousin Hester Coghill, Countess of Charleville, John Cramer, the eldest son and heir, became his brother's successor by assuming the name of Coghill, which he did by sign-manual, was made a baronet, and became Sir John Coghill. 1
  • Sex: M
  • Change Date: 07 AUG 2015
  • Birth:
  • Note: Second son. 1
  • Death: 1774 1

    Father: Oliver CRAMER of Ballyfoile, co. Kilkenny
    Mother: Hester COGHILL

    1. Title: Book
      Abbrev: Book
      Page: The Family of Coghill, 1377 to 1879
      James Henry Coghill
      Cambridge 1879
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