1836 Aug 16 DEED: 1836-15-80
Deed of assignment between Nathaniel LESLIE  of Leslie Hall  in Co. Armagh, Gent of the one part Joseph OLIVER  & Benjamin OLIVER  both of Ballyrea  in Co. Armagh Gent of the second part. OLIVERs sold to David LESLIE  part of the town and lands of Drumcanver  formerly in possession of William LESLIE  deceased & thereto held & enjoyed by Nathanial LESLIE in Manor of Loghey  [?] Barony & Co. of Armagh 35 acres 2 r 30p in possession of Camack & Henry Mahallam  . Witness Bernard McCARTEN  & Thomas REILLY  , CO. Monaghan.
 Nathaniel LESLIE husband of Martha OLIVER (who was a sister of Benjamin, Joseph, William & Margaret OLIVER – all children of David OLIVER (1725-1806) & Susanna WALKER (d. 1808)
 Leslie Hall, Co. Armagh? I thought that Leslie Hall was in Co. Monaghan.
 Joseph OLIVER (1765-1837). This is just a year before his death. Curiously, if I am right about him also being the Joseph OLIVER at Tullymore, I would have thought that would have been his residence at this time.
 Benjamin OLIVER, brother of Joseph OLIVER. We do not know when (or even if) Benjamin OLIVER married. He died bet 1837-1840 at Ballyrea. A Mary OLIVER died March 11, 1834 at age 7 at Ballyrea and she may have been a descendant.
 Ballyrea, Co. Armagh was the long time home of the OLIVERs.
 David LESLIE, son of Nathaniel LESLIE & Martha OLIVER
 Drumcanver AKA Drumacanver, Parish of Derrynoose, Co. Armagh
 William LESLIE, father of Nathaniel LESLIE.
 Manor of Loghey [?] Barony & Co. of Armagh I don’t know where this is.
 Camack & Henry MAHALLAM This is a strange enough name that I suspect a transcription error. Possibly McCALLUM?
 Bernard McCARTEN Co. Monaghan.
 Thomas REILLY, Co. Monaghan.
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