Oliver [15120922]

31 January 1845: English schooner Sophia, captain Oliver, at Antwerp, from Towey, with porcelain and clay

26 March 1845: English galliot Sophia, captain Olver, at Antwerp, for Dartmouth, with ballast

12 January 1854: A Correct List of the Poll, at the Election of a Knight of the Shire, for the Eastern Division of the County of Gloucester. Cheltenham Polling District: Parish of Cheltenham: Abode: Fairview Street, Cheltenham: Daniel Oliver.

25 March 1880: Bill of sale by Samuel Pasfield Oliver, 2 Eastern Villas, Anglesea, Gosport, retired officer, in favour of Louis A. Dyson; and a bill by David Oliver, Baughurst, Hampshire, farmer &c., in favour of Benjamin Blaiberg; and a bill of sale by Joseph Oliver, 63 Buckingham Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne, cabman, and Mary Forster, 14 Tulloch Street, Newcastle-on-Tyne, cab proprietress, in favour of John H. Bernstone

18 August 1880: Bath: At the Bath Board of Guardians a letter from Mr C. E. Oliver, architect, was read, ‘relative to the subsidence of the Poor Law offices occasioned by the underground explorations in the Roman baths.’

28 August 1891: For sale: Gentleman’s frock coat, new, cost 63/-, very finest cloth, suit 5ft. 7in. well built man, dark navy blue, rich silk facing, only 25/- Approval. A. Oliver, Primrose House, Cradley, Staffs.

15 June 1894: Royal Plymouth Corinthian Club. Under favourable conditions the Royal Plymouth Corinthian Yacht Club opened its racing season on Saturday. During the greater portion of the afternoon the wind blew with moderate force over a smooth sea, and yachtsmen were also fortunate in racing under bright atmospherical conditions. The Sailing Committee were Messrs J. Hele (officer of the day), T. C. Hanford and W. Earl (Hon. Secretary). … In events for yachts over 5-rating, Lieut.-Col. Barrington Baker’s Kite sailed over, and in a match between two boats belonging to Lieut. Oliver, Querida beat her companion.

c1905: Miss Ethel Oliver

c1905: Miss Ethel Oliver

18 October 1905: Miss Ethel Oliver

7 September 1907: Miss Ethel Oliver

2 September 1922: Marriage at Seaton Hirst: John Panter to Annie Oliver

January 1932: Candidates for family membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: Mr & Mrs W. H. Oliver, 137 Churchill Avenue, Foleshill

17 May 1945: Next Week’s Calls. Stoll Theatres: London, Coliseum – Emile Littler’s Robert Nesbitt Production, “The Night and the Music”, with Vic Oliver, Jill Manners. (2.30 and 6.30).

December 1945: Candidate for membership of the Cyclists’ Touring Club: R. V. Oliver, Warstones Road, Penn, Wolverhampton

2 June 1951: 6 Academy Street, Arbroath, to be let by Clark, Oliver, Dewar and Webster, S.S.C., Arbroath

12 June 1951: J. M. Oliver, contralto, The Alexandra Choir

15 April 1953: County court judgment against Jack Oliver, 9-11 South Hawksworth Street, Ilkley, cafe proprietor

29 March 1970: Belle Vue Speedway, Manchester: Belle Vue v. Glasgow, and Player’s No 6 Trophy Races: Dent Oliver, Team Manager

Dent Oliver

‘Coventry promotor Charles Ochiltree was elected Chairman of the British Speedway Promoters’ Association at their annual conference. Other members of the Committee are Messrs R. W. Greene, M.B.E. (Vice-Chairman); R. A. V. Fearman, C. R. Foot and M. Parker. Mr Fearman heads the Division Two Committee which also includes Messrs J. Fearnley (Vice-Chairman), W. Bridgett, W. Mawdsley and R. R. Wilson, with Messrs D. Oliver and L. G. Silver as deputies.’

18 December 1976: Peter Oliver, Huddersfield Town footballer

c1990: Gill & Ron Oliver, TV repairs. Lives near Esh