1850 Dec 21
OLIVER, Hugh – FLETCHER, Thomas Henry
Monaghan Lease 21 December 1850 between Rev. John OLIVER  late of Derryroosk  , Co. Monaghan but now of Belfast, Co. Antrim Methodist Minister. Hugh OLIVER  formerly of Derryroosk  now of Rockcorry  Co. Monaghan, Farmer. Turner Barrett OLIVER  formerly of Derryroosk but now of Dowdalls Hill near Dundalk, Co. Louth, Gent & Turner Barrett  of Dowdalls Hill, Co. Louth Gent of the one part & Thomas Henry Fletcher  of Newry, Co. Down of the other part. Sold lands of Derryroosk & also part of the corn mill of Aghnamullen  …legal language.
SEE ALSO: 1852-17-148; 1853-10-61; 1860-23-248;
 Rev. John OLIVER late of Derryroosk, Co. Monaghan but now of Belfast, Co. Antrim Methodist Minister. This is Rev. John OLIVER (1821-1913), the son of Isaiah OLIVER & Isabella BARRETT and brother of Jane, Eliza, Margaret, Mary Jane, Thomas, Turner Barrett, Hugh McClelland and Isabella OLIVER. He is elsewhere described as a Wesleyan Minister. He married Elizabeth Hanna MATTHEWS of Portadown, Co. Armagh.
 Hugh OLIVER formerly of Derryroosk now of Rockcorry Co. Monaghan, Farmer. This is Hugh McClelland OLIVER (1828- aft 1900) the son of Isaiah OLIVER & Isabella BARRETT and brother of Jane, Eliza, Margaret, Mary Jane, Thomas, Turner Barrett, John and Isabella OLIVER. Another Hugh OLIVER who resided at Crieve and had freeholds at Crieve and Derryellary (for a life) was recorded in the Imperial Record May 21, 1829.
 Derryroosk, Parish of Aghnamullen, Co. Monaghan.
 Rockcorry, Parish of Ematris, Co. Monaghan.
 Turner Barrett OLIVER formerly of Derryroosk but now of Dowdalls Hill near Dundalk, Co. Louth, Gent. This is Turner Barrett OLIVER (1826-1864) the son of Isaiah OLIVER & Isabella BARRETT and brother of Jane, Eliza, Margaret, Mary Jane, Thomas, John, Hugh McClelland and Isabella OLIVER. His wife was Elizabeth CAUGHEY.
 Turner Barrett of Dowdalls Hill, Co. Louth Gent. He was likely a descendant of the Turner BARRETT who was a tenant of Lord Roden who had leases for 999 years and also at will for Dowdell’s Hill and other lands in 1781 and who also was the executor for the will of Isaiah OLIVER of Derryrusk. This would make him some sort of cousin to the OLIVERs mentioned in this deed.
 Thomas Henry Fletcher of Newry, Co. Down
 Aghnamullen - the corn mill – this may refer to the corn mill held by William OLIVER at Laragh. SOURCE: At the Ford of the Birches, p. 268.
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