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Olive Harman Atwood
Birth: May 10, 1548
Sanderstead
Greater London, England
Death: Mar., 1603
Elstree
Hertfordshire, England

Wife of Nicholas Atwood

From Geni.com on Olive Harman provided by FAG Contributor Dr. Andree S: #47094290

January 30, 1570 Age 21 Marriage of Olive to Nicholas Atwood London, Greater London, United Kingdom Nycholas "Wood" married Olive Harman at St. Martin of the Field (recorded variant in name spelling -- the name in old English is AtteWode, or "at the wood". 

He also served Queen Elizabeth I after the second year of her reign. His position was undoubtedly that of Asst. Sergeant of the Queen's Carriages, with his cousin, John Ownstead as Sergeant.

When in the country, they resided at Court Farm, and here one night when roads were especially bad and the queen returning from one of her trips, she spent the night at Court Farm. The Greshams held the court itself, but were Catholic, so Elizabeth preferred to stop with Nycholas.

Children were: Harman, Oliver, Alice, Susan, Johannes, 
Nicholas, Thomas, Jacobus (James), Johanem (John), 
Derick and Richard.

Olive Harman Atwood's 2nd Husband was
William Marlevile, married 26 May 1590 at St Martin of the Fields, Middlesex, England.
(Source: Unknown) 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Nicholas Atwood (1539 - 1586)
 
Burial:
St Nicholas Churchyard
Elstree
Hertsmere Borough
Hertfordshire, England
 
Maintained by: Dr Andree S
Originally Created by: Pat and Billy
Record added: May 22, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 90564757
 

For my 12th Great Grandmother.
- Jerry D. Ferren
 Added: Mar. 23, 2016
11th great grandmother. Rest in peace.
- Andrea Stronski
 Added: Mar. 8, 2016
You are my 10th great grandmother if records are correct. All your descendents who I know turned out to be pretty good people. We live in a new country to you call United States of America. Thank you for our beginning.
- Jill Blalock Jones
 Added: Aug. 28, 2015
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