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I am matching these names up to various leases and other documents. If anyone can identify any of these people, please let me know.
Sharon Oddie Brown, November 23, 2006
Updated July 1, 2008 Note: Maria BEATTIE has looked up the actual entries and I have transcribed the data and been able to make more matches. My comments are in blue font and hers are in red.
Updated January 25, 2012 - thanks to fact checking by Ray in Oz. I also took the opportunity to introduce a few more hyperlinks.


Belfast Newsletter Birth Marriages and Deaths:

Linen Hall Library Index 1801-1863

Name

Date

Event

Notes

OLIVER, Adam

1852, Apr 12

Death

Sorry.records only go back to April 21st…(MB)

Probably b. 1813- son of Joseph & Mary OLIVER  

OLIVER, Agnes

1838, Aug 7

Married

On the 31st ult. by her brother the Rev William OLIVER, Dunluce, Agnes, youngest daughter of the late Thomas OLIVER, Terrydramond to Mr Dorrington BOYLE, Ballymacallor aka Ballymacilcur(r). NOTE See Marriage table prepared by Maria BEATTIE for 1851 marriage of a William OLIVER of Dunluce, son of Thomas OLIVER.

OLIVER, Alexander

1858, March 16

Death

Aged 61 years on March 12th, Captain  Alexander OLIVER of the  schooner John MERCALF, after a short illness at Bangor. Therefore b. Abt 1797.

OLIVER, Alicia

1821, Sept 25

Married

Youngest daughter of Andrew OLIVER of Armagh  of the same place at Tullysern house  near Armagh on 19th September to Mr Jack LYONS of Belfast by Rev Eccles.. NOTE: This is likely Tullysarrren, hence tied into the OLIVERS of Mullinture.

OLIVER, Alicia Maria

1851, June 11

Death

Alicia, relict of late Rev Silver OLIVER on the 6th at Wood Park, county Armagh, Rector of Loughall, diocese of Armagh, aged 60. Therefore b. Abt 1791.

OLIVER, Alicia Maria

  26th May 1854

Marriage

Oswald STURDY Dungannon an accountant of the Provincial bank of Ireland, Dungannon in 2nd Presbyterian church by the bride’s father

OLIVER, Eliza

1838 Feb 13

Marriage

Eldest daughter of Benjamin OLIVER of Killinure, on the 7th inst at Dunrimond, by the Rev William Gibson, Ballybay to Mr David Jackson of Aughavilla, county Leitrim to Eliza, eldest daughter of the late Benjamin OLIVER of Killenure. This is my great-great grandmother.

OLIVER, Isabella

1816, April 16

Death

At Armagh on Tuesday 9th instant of a rapid decline at the age of fourteen years, Isabella, youngest daughter of Benjamin OLIVER of Lisslooney, Co Armagh. Therefore b. abt 1802.

OLIVER, Rev James

1824, April 16

Death

At  Cookstown  on 28th March aged 74. Therefore b. Abt 1750.

OLIVER, James

1852, Nov 5

Death

On 31st October aged 83 years.Last member of Armagh Company of Volunteers. Of Brookley I wonder if this might be "Brootally" – S……..defintiely not! Check out proni database of townlands in Armagh! MB

OLIVER, James

1830, June 22

Marriage

At Killeen cottage on Thursday 17th inst by the Rev P. S. HENRY, James OLIVER of Lislooney to Letitia, younger daughter of the late William SIMPSON of Cavancaw

OLIVER, Jane

1826, July 18

Death

Of Tullymore on 13th inst after a short illness, greatly regretted. This is most likely the first wife of Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore(1764-1837,  née Jane HAMILTON.

OLIVER, Mrs Jane

1832, Mar 16

Death

In Armagh last Wednesday aged 76 years. Therefore born Abt 1756.

OLIVER, Jane

1837, June 6

Marriage

On 1st inst by her brother Rev William OLIVER to Mr John MACDONNELL, Magilligan to Jane, second daughter of the late Thomas OLIVER of Terrydiamond near Newtownlimavady .

OLIVER, John

1823, July 22

Death

At Baltimore .Brother of Robert OLIVER (Abt. 1751-1835)

These records are MISSING ( MB)

OLIVER, Joseph

1860, June 25

Death

Only son of David OLIVER aged 4 years & 9 months at Waringstown, County Down. Therefore born Abt Sept. 1855.

OLIVER, Joseph

1837, Nov 17

Death

Age 73 in Armagh . On 3rd inst Therefore b. 1764. Most likely the son of David OLIVER & Susannah of Ballyrea and brother of William Benjamin & Martha (who married LESLIE).

OLIVER, Margaret

1866, Sept 5

Marriage

Of Lisburn; married Robert LEMON

Sorry didn’t get to this one, but other stuff in London should reveal all!!!!!!!!!!!! MB

OLIVER, Martha

1842, May 27

Death

On 21st in 77th year of her age at her residence of Benburb, Co. Tyrone, sister to the late William OLIVER .In her, the poor found a friend and the afflicted, a comforter “ She being dead yet speaketh” Therefore b. Abt 1765 and likely unmarried.

OLIVER, Mary 

1811, June 18

Marriage

Lisburn, on Thursday last to Joseph Curran preacher of the gospel, both of the same place I wonder if she might be related to the OLIVER brothers who emigrated from Trooperfield near Lisburn. This is probably a transcription error of mine. He died in Baltimore Dec 29, 1834 at age 74. The Northern Whig has a lengthy obit 9 February 1835. Info thanks to Richard McMaster. December 6, 2006.

OLIVER, Mary

1835, Oct 20

Marriage

At Plantation on the 9th inst. By the Rev A HENDERSON to Thomas HULL of Deneight  to Mary youngest daughter of  the late John OLIVER, Trooperfield, Lisburn

OLIVER, Mary Jane

1842, Jan 25

Marriage

 On the 13th by the Rev Robert JOHNSTON in the parish church of Aughnamullen, Mr Alexander PARK, woollen draper, Castleblayney to Mary Jane, third daughter of the late Isaiah OLIVER, Derryrusk, county Monaghan. NOTE daughter of Isaiah OLIVER and Isabella BARRETT.

OLIVER, Robert

1835, Feb 10

Death

On 28 Dec last, Robert OLIVER esq of the city of Baltimore aged 74 years, universally regretted and lamented, not only in the USA but almost in every mercantile city and town in Europe, where the name of OLIVER was well known. For 50 years he was one of the most extensive, respectable and liberal merchants of that city. He was originally from Trooperfield near Lisburn and went out early in life to Baltimore, where by his industry and application,  he realised a princely fortune. Therefore b. Abt 1761.

OLIVER, Samuel

1851, Apr 28

Marriage

On 15th inst in the Presbyterian church Toberkeigh by the Rev William OLIVER, Dunluce,  Mr Samuel OLIVER, Terrydiamond to Eliza, daughter of the late John McCAY, Mosside Terrydromond.

OLIVER, Samuel

1838, Jan 19

Death

On the 6th inst.at Newtownbreda, at the advanced age of 104 years. He was admitted as an outdoor pensioner at Chelsea hospital in April 1775 at which time he was discharged for being consumptive and has been receiving the pension from that time till his death, a period upwards of 62 years. Therefore b. Abt. 1734.

OLIVER, Sarah

1843, Apr 14

Marriage

Daughter of Thomas OLIVER of Caistey; to John JOHNSTON  of Tullyculdicle on 4th Inst by Rev Matthew CLARK of Ardstraw

OLIVER, Susan

1801, Sept 1

Marriage

 The Rev Hans Hamilton, son of the  Bishop of Offory to Miss Susanna OLIVER, daughter of the late Right Hon Silver OLIVER. SEE deed for this marriage

OLIVER, Thomas

1813, Mar 26

Death

@ Gatehouse, Liddesdale, Scotland , Thomas OLIVER in his 98th year of age. He had always been temperate and healthy , was cheerful and communicate. A small farm retn free from Duke of Buccleugh. Numerous progeny, five generations alive at  the same time. Therefore b. Abt 1715.

OLIVER, William

1831, Mar 18

Death

On 28th ult, at Aghnasallagh parish of Balteagh, County Derry. William OLIVER Aged 100 and 9 months retaining all his faculties to the last. Therefore b. abt June 1730.

OLIVER Mrs

1808, Mar 29

Death

At Ballyrea, near Armagh. During the course of a long life, she fulfilled the duties of a daughter ,wife and parent with undeviating propriety: as she lived beloved and esteemed so will her death be long regretted not only by her family and friends but by the neighbouring poor, to relieve whose distress her heart was always alive and hand open Most likely  Susanna OLIVER wife of David OLIVER of Ballyrea who died Feb. 1808 (both buried at St. Patrick’s Cathedral).

OLIVER Mrs

1828, Jan 1

Death

Widow of Alexander OLIVER

 

 

 

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