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OLIPHANT papers – Andrew INGRAM letter to Henry OLIPHANT

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OLIPHANT papers; envelope 2; document 6;

Cover; leter-coverTranscription of cover;

4th
Andrew Ingram
letter for [Change]
of the March [betw-]
[-een] [Dr] [Condies] [..?]
[& the] [new] [proprietors]

dated Kirkcaldy
13th January 1808

Inside letter; letter-inside_to-Henry-OliphantTranscription of letter;

Kirkcaldy 12th Jan’y 1808
Mr Henry Oliphant
Kirkcaldy

Sir
I hereby Offer you and the other #
proprietors of the property latty belonging to Mr Dave #
Condie, One foot of my ground east of the March this #
day [mutualy] set of in presence of David Condie and #
Andrew [Nichole] [meason], [both] of this place [&] [a] […] #
[drove] in providing you allow me to [nail] Berry [Bus] #
[…] to the east side of the walk about to be […] #
by you, and the foresaid properties I also [continue] #
to allow any water that may come from the [St.Marg.] #
Well to […] on my property and to […] at the foot #
into the [….] […] as formerly – your #
Answer agreeing to the above will be trully [binding] #
on me in all times coming & extended on #
stamp paper if you think nessary.

[I am] sir your [most …]
[…] Ingram

David Condie, witness
And. Nical, witness

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OLIPHANT papers – I, Robert OLIPHANT

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Closely connected to this document is Robert Oliphant’s “Trust Disposition and Settlement”.

OLIPHANT papers; envelope 2; document 5;

Front page; front pageTranscription of front page;

I Rob Oliphant, ship owner #
of Kirkcaldy, considering the un- #
-certainty of this Life & the propriety #
of settling my affairs so as to [prevent] #
dispute amongst my children #
after my death. Have valued all #
my Heritable & moveable property. #
which I hereby [Dispone] and Convey #
as follows first that my spouse #
Janet Oliphant [shall be] [liferented] #
in my [Heritable] property which #
[she is] […] in [this] 29 Dec 1825. & #
to [enjoy] all her [] lifetime & [to …] #
[rent] of [same]. also [the] [liferent] of #
[all] [my] [Household] furniture #
[silver] [plate] [x..] [x..]. also to be paid #
also a sum of £500 […] #
out of my [moveable] property [twenty] #
[appropriate] [for] [the] [purpose] –

Page 2; page-2Transcription of page 2;

pounds a year – every year during her #
life time – this annuity to be paid – The moveable property con- #
-sisting partly of [shipping] & money amounts #
to about Twenty eight hundred pounds #
I wish to be divided equally share & #
share alike amongst my children #
[…] Henry – William – Rob. – & George #
Christian – Mary & Janet Oliphant #
& should any of my sons wish to have #
their share on the shipping they may #
have it on my trustees [fixing] the value #
of [same] [at] the time [this] [takes] [place] – #
There is a sum of about Five hundred #
pounds [excluding] of the above £2800 for #
the twenty pounds a year for my wife #
Janet Oliphant

Page 3; page-3

Transcription of page 3;

[It is] [this] day [contracted] [&] formaly agreed on #
between Rob Oliphant shipowner in #
Kirkcaldy & His spouce Janet Oliphant #
who has at [present] [seven] Children alive #
(of their marriage which [took] place the #
5 Janu 1797) […] Henry, William, Rob, #
& George – sons Christian, Mary & Janet #
Oliphant. That in consideration of the [uncertainty] #
of this life & that no difference may [take] [place] #
[with] […] Children at either of our Deaths. #
we have this […] mutually valued our Property #
which is the whole Heritable & moveable #
amount to — £4800 – #

that Having [duly] [considered] [all] the [matter]. I [have] #
[life…]. my spouce Janet Oliphant in my #
Heritable property. [valued] at £1500 which #
she is […] [&] to [enjoy] Her life – also to [be] #
[paid] £400 – [all of] [my] moveable property which #
is to be [in] Her disposal [&] to be [divided] [on] her [death] #  
to my Children. equally […] […] […]

Page 4; page-4

Transcription of page 4;

[most] […] after the above […] [there] #
[will] remain about – £2800 – Which #
I [wish] to be [divided] amongst my […] #
Children when of age – & [at] the #
Death of their mother. [the] [heritable] #
Property [valued] [at] £1500 – [to be] #
divided equally – […] them to pay #
[each] of [their] [sisters] […] £200 #
[each] – [I] […] [this] […] [&] #
[…] [on] my trustees Mr John [Prack] #
G.Dougall – G.Oliphant – Hy.[Barker] #
[&] [my] [oldest] […] Hy.Oliphant

OLIPHANT papers – Mr Hy. OLIPHANT Estate

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See the “Henry Oliphant estate” tag for all the documents relating to his estate.

OLIPHANT papers; envelope 1; document 8;

Front page; Mr-Hy-Oliphant_estate

Transcription of front page;

Mr H[enr]y. OLIPHANT Estate,
Heritable Property – £3100 –
. Shipping    –   4150 –
. cash    –   3168 –
[supposed dividend on …]    –    300 –
———
10,718 –

[Deduct …] of An[n]uity of           .
£120 [a] year for Mrs. O […]           .
[…] 10 [years] [purchase] […] 1200
9518
amongst […] 9 children – 1057 [each]

 […] […] [of] [the] […] [support] [to] […] – £10,700 –
off the whole Heritable property £3100
Mr O [annuity] of £80 [a year] – 800

3900
6800

[lain] of the children of the first wife
[…] the father [at] his […] […] […]
only […] […] £600 –

– 820 –
5980

[To] [each] of the eight children in the [way] […]
[first] [wife] [..] get cash – £747
[of] [the] half of [the] [sum] [of] £820 – 820

£1157

Back page; back-of_Hy-Oliphant_estate

Transcription of back page;

Should the [Heir] […] [the] [Heritable] [property] # [he] [must] – [….] [for] [the] […]

[Supposing] [this] […] […] (law) [the] [day] […] [by] […] # […] […] […]