1837 May 24 DEED: 1837-10-56
Wm. OLIVER  of Laragh  , Co. Monaghan Gent & Joseph OLIVER  of Laragh, son of William Gent of the one part & [3 directors] Belfast Banking Company for £450.13.11 secured by 50 acres of the townland of Laragh adjoining the western of the two mills erected by Joseph  , William  & Benjamin OLIVER  & as formerly laid off by them and formerly in the actual possession of the said William OLIVER bounded on the north by the road to Castleblayney on the south by the mill race and on the east by the other of the said bleachmills and greens and on the west by the other part of the townland of Laragh [?] in the possession of the said Joseph, William and Benjamin OLIVER and also 5 acres 3 roods and 29 ½ of bog situate and being in the said townland of Laragh & Cornecarrow and also all that and those 15 acres adjoining the [?] of said two mills. [more description]
 William OLIVER (1764-1844). Son of David OLIVER (1725-1806)
 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.
 Joseph OLIVER b. after 1809 – son of William OLIVER (1764-1844) and Mary Anne HYDE.
 Joseph OLIVER (1764-1837) son of David OLIVER. He lived at Tullymore
 William OLIVER (1764-1844), son of David OLIVER
 Benjamin OLIVER, brother of Joseph & William 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.
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