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The only portion of the 1766 Religious Census for Co. Armagh - that survived - was the part from Creggan Parish, some of which is on my site. None of the pages for Co. Monaghan have survived. In this census, the term “Protestant” included the names of men who were both Church of Ireland and Protestant dissenters, such as Presbyterian.
Sharon Oddie Brown. September 24, 2015

1766 Religious Census OLIVERs

Name

Religion

Parish

Diocese

County

Townland

Notes

James Oliver

Protestant

Aghalow & Carnteel

Armagh

Tyrone

 

WIKI: The church at Carnteel was destroyed in the Irish Rebellion of 1641 and replaced with a church at Aghaloo, itself replaced after the building of a church in Aughnacloy in 1736. NOTE: The parish is on the River Blackwater, and the OLIVERs likely lived here because of their family’s involvement in the linen industry.

Jas Oliver

Protestant

Kildress

Armagh

Tyrone

Corchony

Kildress is on the outskirts of Cookstown

John Oliver

Protestant

Aghalow & Carnteel

Armagh

Tyrone

 

 

Robert Oliver

Protestant

Aghalow & Carnteel

Armagh

Tyrone

 

 

Rvd Archdeacon Oliver

Protestant

Castletown Roche

 

Cork

 

This would be Rev. John OLIVER (1720-1778)

William Oliver

Protestant

Aghalow & Carnteel

Armagh

Tyrone

 

 

Wm, Mr Oliver

Protestant

Kildress

Armagh

Tyrone

Corchony

Kildress is on the outskirts of Cookstown

 

 

 

 

 

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