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NAMES: Mary Jane OLIVER of Cavananore (aunt of Sir Thomas JACKSON); Thomas Coulter DICKIE of Omagh, Co. Tyrone; John Thomas DICKIE of Phillipstown, Co. Louth. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Clonaleenan, Co. Louth.
Sharon Oddie Brown. December 19, 2007

1873 Dec 31

1873-46-101

 

Mary Jane OLIVER [1] of Cavananore & Thomas Coulter DICKIE [2] of Omagh, Co. Tyrone. A mortgage between John Thomas DICKIE [3] of Phillipstown & Mary Jane OLIVER in consideration of £400 to Mary Jane OLIVER “all that part of the lands of Clonaleenan [4] , Co. Louth.” 68 acres. Witness James HENRY [5] Clones. William GIBBON [6] , Dundalk.

 



[1] Mary Jane OLIVER (1821-1875) of Cavananore, daughter of Benjamin OLIVER and Elizabeth BRADFORD. She never married. She was an aunt of Sir Thomas JACKSON.

[2] Thomas Coulter DICKIE(1837-1908)of Omagh, Co. Tyrone. He was a lawyer practicing in Omagh and husband of Maud Katherine Elizabeth McNiece. He was the son of John Thomas DICKIE & Jane WALLACE.

[3] John Thomas DICKIE of Phillipstown, Co. Louth. Probably the John Thomas DICKIE (1787-1876) who was the father of Thomas Coulter DICKIE and husband of Elizabeth McCULLAGH (hence the link to the OLIVERs) and secondly of Jane WALLACE. He died at Clonaleenan.

[4] Clonaleenan, Co. Louth. Home of the DICKIE family.

[5] James HENRY Clones

[6] William GIBBON, Dundalk

 

 

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