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NAMES: Andrew OLIVER of Tullysarren, Co. Armagh; [Joseph]MANN of Moy, Co. Tyrone. Charles MAN.
Sharon Oddie Brown. November 14, 2007

 

1792 Nov 6

Deed: 467-472-301564 Image 472

 

 

Deed of Assignment by way of a mortgage btw Andrew OLIVER [1] of Tullysarren, Co. Armagh farmer of the one part & [Joseph?] MANN [2] of Moy in Co. Tyrone Merchant of the other part. Reciting Andrew OLIVER by deed of mortgage 20 Oct 1792 for £20 to Charles MAN, released to Charles MAN 96 acres in townland of Tullysaren, Manor of Charlemount Co. Armagh (then there seems to be some loans to Andrew OLIVER secured by the land). WITNESSES: John JOHNSTON and Winright [PROCTIN?] & Samuel JOHNSTON



[1] Andrew OLIVER of Tullysarren, Co. Armagh farmer. At this time, I am unsure which Andrew OLIVER this might be. We are late enough in the 1700s to make this quite possibly an Andrew OLIVER of a generation that is at best foggy to us. Tullysarren is on the border of Mullinture, so I do suspect a connection to the Mullinture OLIVERs of the early 1700s. SEE: OLIVERs of Ballyrea-Killynure, Co. Armagh

[2] Joseph MANN The Irish Ancestry of Henry William OLIVER, Henry Oliver Rea, 1959 shows that there are familial links between the OLIVERs of Tyrone & the MANN family.

 

 

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