D199/45 A Large Parchment document.
1775 December 13 DEED: PRONI D199/45.
& Benjamin OLIVER
their heirs & assigns .... the said David
shall and will at all times during the continuence
of this present demise and of every future renewal thereof afford
and grant a sufficient supply of water for the use of said Mill
and Bleach Green and for carrying on the business of same [OLIVERs
were guaranteeed ongoing use of water ... more language about
nothing to interfere with Corn or Tuck Mills] ... in consideration
of the herin before mentioned demise of Five Acres three roods
and Twenty-nine perches of Bog in the said lands of Laragh
made to them by the said David McTEAR... from
the Covenant in the said Lease of the 13th Dec 1775.
 Joseph OLIVER (1764-1837) . Since Joseph married in 1804, it make sense that at this point he was still resident at the family home. He would later live at Tullymore
 William OLIVER (1764-1844). Since William married in 1809, it make sense that at this point he was still resident at the family home. He would later live at Laragh.
 Benjamin OLIVER We do not know when (or even if) Benjamin OLIVER married. He d. Bet 1837-1840 at Ballyrea. A Mary OLIVER died March 11, 1834 at age 7 at Ballyrea and she may have been a descendant.
 David McTEAR (1765-1840) - a merchant from Hazelbank, Newtownabbey, was buried in Belfast. He took over possession after George CRAWFORD’s bankruptcy in 1801. The Rise & Fall of a Village Industry Cornacarrow & Laragh Mills 1775-1925. Mary Frances Kerley. 2007 Unpublished paper. His Hazelbank house was bought in 1796 and was destroyed after a terrorist attack in 1972. SOURCE: Heritage walking trails in Newtownabbey.
 Laragh is a townland in the Parish of Aghnamullen, Co. Monaghan. (NOTE: There are other townlands named Laragh, but this one fits the description of being beside Cornacarrow in the earlier lease thatthis lease refers to.
 Cornecarr AKA Cornacarrow is at the point where the Owenagh River flows from the south into Lough Eglish. It is in Aghnamullen Parish, Co. Monaghan.
 George SLOAN
 Alexander DAVIDSON was married to Mary CUNNINGHAM, daughter of William CUNNINGHAM of Ballymena, Co. Antrim, a family extensively involved in the milling business. SOURCE: The Rise & Fall of a Village Industry Cornacarrow & Laragh Mills 1775-1925. Mary Frances Kerley. 2007 Unpublished paper.
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