John George Oulton

John George Oulton

Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Death 17 Apr 1952 (aged 64)
County Dublin, Ireland
Burial Dublin, County Dublin, Ireland
Memorial ID 85920392 · View Source
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John George Oulton, son of George Nugent Oulton and Kathleen Sophia Sarah Hearn Oulton, of 17, Warrington Place, Dublin, was born on 21 September 1887, and baptised at St. Stephen's Church, Mount Street Crescent, Dublin, on 31 October 1887.
His father was a Barrister-at-Law.

In the 1911 census, John George Oulton was aged 23, a Solicitor's Apprentice, living with his parents in the family home at 19, Upper Mount Street, Dublin.

John G. Oulton married Sybil M. Calverley in Kensington district, London, in Q4, 1918.

Death Notice.
Published in The Irish Times, Saturday 21 April 1952.

OULTON, April 17, 1952, at Clontarf Castle, Dublin, John George Oulton, second son of George N. Oulton, K.C. Funeral (private) at 10.15 this (Saturday) morning. Memorial Service in Clontarf Parish Church, Tuesday, 11am.

Published in The Irish Times, Saturday 21 April 1952.

Mr. John George Oulton, Solicitor, Clontarf Castle, Clontarf, who was one of the best-known figures in that district, died on Thursday at his residence. He was aged 65. A son of the late Mr. George N. Oulton K.C., he was a senior member of the firm of Franks and Oulton, Solicitors, 45 Upper Mount Street, Dublin.
Mr. Oulton was educated at St. Andrew's College, Dublin, and Dublin University. He served his apprenticeship with the late Mr. William S. Hayes (Messrs. Hayes and Sons, Dublin). He then joined the firm of the late Mr. Norris Goddard. About 1912 he entered into partnership with the late Mr. T.C. Franks. For many years he was a solicitor and agent for the Vernon family, one of the largest ground landlords in Clontarf.
He took a keen interest in everything connected with Clontarf and was responsible for many improvements which were carried out in that district. In his youth he was a prominent figure on the cricket and rugby football fields, and maintained a keen interest in these sports up to the time of his death. He was president of the Irish Cricket Union.
He is survived by his wife, two daughters and two sons.

The Oulton's acquired Clontarf Castle, by inheritance through Sybil's mother Edythe Vernon Calverley, who was a daughter of Col. Edward Vernon, and a sister of the last Vernon to own Clontarf.

There is a family genealogy website on which his name is included, and on which his ancestry can be searched
John George Oulton

in addition to those noted below, a daughter Sybil Enid Kathleen Oulton was born on 19 May 1922.


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