Home Biographies History Places Documents Letters Family Tree Misc. Contact NEW Blog

 

In terms of where certainty ends and speculation begins, these are some of the most important records for the Killynure OLIVER line.
Sharon Oddie Brown, January 25, 2007
Updated: September 13, 2015

OLIVER Index to Tithe Applotment Books 1823-1838

From Maria Beattie (put into charts by Sharon Oddie Brown)

NOTE: These are from Armagh, but a tithe from Co. Monaghan is also worth considering with this group:
1829. Benjamin OLIVER Land from "four Creevys" aka Land in Laragh = 97a 1r 0p
He was also a son of David OLIVER (1725-1806).

 

Sorted by Name:

Name

County

Parish

Townland

Year

Notes

Oliver, Mr. ?

Armagh

Tynan

Bog

1827

I suspect this was the Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney.

Oliver, Mr. ?

Armagh

Tynan

Derryhaw

1827

  Probably Joseph OLIVER (1764-1837) son of David OLIVER (1725-1806).

Oliver, Benjamin

Armagh

Grange

Ballyrea

1832

  Probably Benjamin OLIVER ( d btw 1837-1840) son of David OLIVER (1725-1806). Townlands in the Parish of Grange are now found in the Parish of Armagh.

Oliver, Benjamin

Armagh

Tynan

Breaghey

1827

  I suspect this was the Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney.

Oliver, Benjamin

Armagh

Tynan

Cavnapole

1827

 Cavanapole. I suspect this was the Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney.

Oliver, Benjamin

Armagh

Tynan

Delea

1827

  I suspect this was the Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney.

Oliver, Benjamin

Armagh

Tynan

Lislooney

1827

  A farmer, and father of James OLIVER who later declared banruptcy.

Oliver, Hamilton

Armagh

Kilmore

Cornascrebe

1833

 

Oliver, James

Armagh

Lisnadill

Enagh

1832

  I suspect this was the James OLIVER (d. 1853), son of William OLIVER (1730-1816) and Elizabeth STEEL.

Oliver, James

Armagh

Lisnadill

Magheriarval

1832

  aka Magherarville, Parish of Lisnadill. I suspect this was the James OLIVER (d. 1853), son of William OLIVER (1730-1816) and Elizabeth STEEL

Oliver, Jas.

Armagh

Clonfeacle

Lismubreavey

1833

  aka Lismulrevy, Parish of Clonfeacle, Tyrone. It is south of Dungannon.

Oliver, Joseph

Armagh

Grange

Tullymore

1832

  Joseph OLIVER (1764-1837) son of David OLIVER (1725-1806). Townlands in the Parish of Grange are now found in the Parish of Armagh.

Oliver, Joseph

Armagh

Grange

Umgola

1832

  Joseph OLIVER (1764-1837) son of David OLIVER (1725-1806). Townlands in the Parish of Grange are now found in the Parish of Armagh.

Oliver, Joseph

Armagh

Lisnadill

Baltarran

1832

  Probably Joseph OLIVER (1764-1837) son of David OLIVER (1725-1806)

Oliver, Joseph

Armagh

Lisnadill

Enagh

1832

  Probably Joseph OLIVER (1764-1837) son of David OLIVER (1725-1806)

Oliver, Joseph

Armagh

Lisnadill

Kennedies

1832

  Probably Joseph OLIVER (1764-1837) son of David OLIVER (1725-1806)

Oliver, Robert

Armagh

Creggan

Cloghog

1828

 

Oliver, Robert

Armagh

Eglish

Mullintur

1833

  This likely connects back to William OLIVER of Mullinture in 1703.

Oliver, Robert

Armagh

Grange

Lurgyvallen

1832

  Lurgyvallen is now a townland in the Parish of Armagh. It is on the northern boundary of Legarhill.

Oliver, Rev. S.

Armagh

Loughgall

Liveleglish

1828

  Rev. Silver Oliver (1778-1844)

Oliver, Thomas

Armagh

Kilmore

Ballylisk

1833

 

Oliver, Thomas

Armagh

Lisnadill

Lisdrumard

1832

  Thomas OLIVER (1813-1867) son of Benjamin OLIVER (1765-1831)

Oliver, Thos.

Armagh

Lisnadill

Enagh

1832

  Thomas OLIVER (1813-1867) son of Benjamin OLIVER (1765-1831)

Oliver, Thos.

Armagh

Lisnadill

Killenure

1832

aka Killynure, Thomas OLIVER (1813-1867) son of Benjamin OLIVER (1765-1831)

Oliver, Thos.

Armagh

Lisnadill

Lisdrumard

1832

  Thomas OLIVER (1813-1867) son of Benjamin OLIVER (1765-1831)

Oliver, William

Armagh

Derrynoose

Brookley

1825

  aka Brootally. This was a lease held by William OLIVER jr, (abt 1765-1864). The first OLIVER lease that I know of in this townland was in 1706. See also:

Oliver, William

Armagh

Eglish

Aughatarragh

1833

William OLIVER (1813-1867) son of Benjamin OLIVER (1765-1831) 

Oliver, William

Armagh

Grange

Corporation

1832

  Corporation is a townland in the Parish of Armagh.

Oliver, William

Armagh

Grange

Drumarg and Downs

1832

  This is now a townland in the Parish of Armagh. It is on the eastern border of Legarhill

Oliver, William

Armagh

Lisnadill

Killenure

1832

aka Killynure William OLIVER (1813-1867) son of Benjamin OLIVER (1765-1831)

Oliver, William

Armagh

Lisnadill

Lisdrumard

1832

  William OLIVER (1813-1867) son of Benjamin OLIVER (1765-1831)

Oliver, Willm.

Armagh

Clonfeacle

Benburb

1833

  This is in Co. Tyrone.

Oliver, Wm.

Armagh

Lisnadill

Enagh

1832

  William OLIVER (1813-1867) son of Benjamin OLIVER (1765-1831)

Oliver, Wm.

Armagh

Lisnadill

Lisdrumard

1832

  William OLIVER (1813-1867) son of Benjamin OLIVER (1765-1831)

 

 

 

Site Map | Legal Disclaimer | Copyright

© 2006-2014 Sharon Oddie Brown