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See also: OLIVER-JACKSON-SEAVER. Names included in order of mention: Charles SEAVER, Sarah SEAVER, David VERNER, Unnamed HUTCHESON, John VERNER, Richard SEAVER, Thomas CARR.
Sharon Oddie Brown. July 25, 2007
Footnote updated July 11, 2009
Updated footnotes # 5 &10. December 17, 2009

 

1750 Sept 8

SEAVER-VERNER DEED: 146-242-97451

 

Charles SEAVER [1] of Ballinahonebeg [2] , Co. Armagh rented to David VERNER [3] of Gillis [4] , CO. Armagh 20 acres on the south part of the road of Cargagh [5] containing 20 acres 3 roods and 20 perches  now in the possession of David VERNER and also that part of said land known by the name of the two fields  called the fourth field and HUTCHESONs [6] field containing 16 acres.. Witnessed John VERNER [7]   of Termagranen [8] & Richard SEAVER [9] of Bellaghy [10] both in Co. Armagh Gent. & Thomas CARR [11] of Armagh.

 



[1] Charles SEAVER. According to the 1782 DEED: 242429, Sarah SEAVER was his widow. NOTE: In 1762, a will for a Charles SEAVER was probated. His wife's name was Sarah Hewetson. SOURCE Email July 10, 2009 from BG Wright: This information is found in the FHL film no: 1279330, Item 15, Title of record: Seaver Family which was compiled by Philip Crossle "in the year 1909". Also, there is a pedigree chart of the Seaver Family on the FHL film no: 259178, Transcript No: T822  which is where I originally found this information. NOTE: A Nicholas SAVER was registered in the 1663 Hearth Rolls Records at Ballyaghy. I would expect him to be a relation if not also an ancestor.

[2] Ballinahonebeg also known as Ballynahonebeg is a townland in the Parish of Lisnadill bordered by Farmacaffley, The Kennedies, Ballyards, Moneypatrick. Umgola touches at the northern tip. All these townlands are significant with respect to several other OLIVER leases.

[3] David VERNER. Died before 1772. SEE Also 1772 May 11 LEAVER (or SEAVER) – JACKSON DEED: 190992. I have not done any work on this, but VERNER is a name that crops up in many leases both in Armagh & Monaghan.

[4] Gillis is not a townland name that shows up in contemporary townland names. I do not know where it is.

[5] Cargagh is a townland in the Parish of Armagh. NOTE: On my map I have Cargagh as being up the Keady Road just out of Armagh. See Rock Road. The area between Monaghan Road and Rock Road is Cargagh ( across other side of Monaghan Road see Umgola and Drumarg) . SOURCE: Linda Leonard. Email Dec. 16, 2009 

[6] HUTCHESONs. I do not know who this might be, but it is possibly significant that in 1776 a Robert OLIVER married an Agnes HUTCHINSON (SOURCE: Notes on OLIVER marriages at NA, Dublin) and that there is also a HUTCHINSON-WALKER deed for Ballinahonebeg (which I have yet to look at). With respect to WALKER, bear in mind that David OLIVER of Ballyrea married a Susanna WALKER sometime before 1764 when their twins were born.

[7] John VERNER. I have not done any work on this, but VERNER is a name that crops up in many leases both in Armagh & Monaghan.

[8] Termagranen. This is not a contemporary townland name.

[9] Richard SEAVER NOTE: A Nicholas SAVER was registered in the 1663 Hearth Rolls Records at Ballyaghy. I would expect him to be a relation if not also an ancestor.

[10] Bellaghy. I expect this is in Eglish Parish and is the same townland as the one called Ballyaghy.NOTE: Ballaghy Townland and Bellaghy Road are beside Battleford Road B115 near the crossroads  for Knappagh/ Drumsallen (Eglish churches)   SOURCE: Linda Leonard. Email Dec. 16, 2009 

NOTE: A Nicholas SAVER was registered in the 1663 Hearth Rolls Records at Ballyaghy. I would expect him to be a relation if not also an ancestor.

[11] Thomas CARR of Armagh. I have no information on him.

 

 

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