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Hopefully I am better at recording data than I am at typing. You will likely notice more typos that I have missed. Hopefully, this will still be valuable to many researchers both in Armagh, and also those who are tracing ancestry connected to OLIVERs in Ireland - warts and all. The rows highlighed refer to individuals who are in our family tree. I only did that for the first table. You are on your own for the second one beneath it.
Sharon Oddie Brown. January 17, 2012

 

Olivers mentioned in Deed Memorials

January 13, 2012

 

Bk

Pg

Deed

Date

Transcriptions & Notes

 

 

 

 

 NOTE: Names that appear in red font at the end of an entry indicate that the information comes from researchers connected to Nick Reddan's massive deeds research website - a wonderful resource. There are other ideosyncratic notes that relate to me trying to figure out what I need to do next.

2

583

645

1709 Sept 6

OLIVER Francis Gent. Exeter, England. Agreement. MOS

2

588

649

1709 Sept 6

OLIVER Francis Gent. Exeter, England. Lease & Release.. MOS

5

431

2417

1711 Oct 15

OLIVER-Eliz  JACKSON

NOTES: Indenture between Robert AYES in the City of Dublin, weaver & Elizabeth AYERS also OLIVER his wife of the one part and Elizabeth JACKSON of the City of London spinster of the other part. Description of land near St. Patrick’s church that was leased to Henry OLIVER (late of Patrick’s Close, Dublin) on 1 May 1696. In his will of 6 Dec 1707 this land was bequeathed to Robert AYERS and Elizabeth (OLIVER) AYERS his wife. It seems that they are now leasing it to Elizabeth JACKSON. SEE Jacksons of Coleraine for EYRE-JACKSON link

6

496

694767

1739-1810

WALKER-HUTCHINSON wrong #

8

411

3030

1712 Jun

OLIVER, Christopher. Lease & Release. £934:15s mortgage on 5 plowlands of Ballybeg, By Orrery, & the copyholds of tenants, chief rent due from also the copyholds of other lands, also the fairs and markets of Mallow and the grist mill etc in the possn of BV all in or nr Mallow COR Sworn 1Apr AnneChamney

10

32

2983

1712 Jun 3

OLIVER, Francis of Portarlington, LEX. Lease & Release  Roz McC

11

64

3994

1713, June 13

RICHARDSON to CAIRNS 1708-1738

Henry RICHARDSON of Ballycleran, Co. Monaghan & Alexander CAIRNS Bart and Robert CLEMENTS of the City of Dublin Esq of the other part “make over unto Sd  Alexander CAIRNS  & Robert CLEMENTS  All that and those the Towns and Lands of  Dundrum  and Aghanagh containing Three Sessioghs or one Town Dartleagh, Tullyglish, Credonett, Rothcarburry, Carrygagh, Clogherte, Tullynemalloge, Cromvaghy, Drumacocombe,  Carryhugh,  Iskimmedy, Dunbarge, Crossmore, als Cady, Drumferish ... [and tons more townlands in Co Monaghan!] Henry Richardson retained use for himself and his daughters:  Mary, Katherine, Elinor, Elizabeth,  Dorothy & Anne RICHARDSON during his or their lifetime.

20

117

10005

1715 Oct 25

OLIVER, Robert of Claroosey, LIM.  release of will of John MAUNSELL d 4 Nov 1685; P1 sold to P2 for £350 for lagacies; Cahircoareaps, Corbally, 38 a of Rochestown all LIM: MS Thomas MAUNSELL & Thomasine STEPHENS nickred

38

403

24787

1723 Nov 23

JOHNSTON TO OLIVER have this deed

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1718June11-JOHNSTON-OLIVER.html

NAMES: George JOHNSTON of Ballynameta aka Wood Park; William OLIVER of Lislooney; William SCOTT; and Francis SCOTT of Killlalea, Parish of Tynan; John SCOTT of Armagh City; John HAMILTON; J.A. MANSON. OTHER PLACES: Enagh.
Given how early this Deed is, it may connect to the William OLIVER of Mullitur. The Deed is between George JOHNSTON of “Ballynameta” also known as Wood Park, situated in the Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh and William OLIVER of Lislooney (also in the Parish of Tynan). It is likely significant that a century later, a Benjamin OLIVER was a freeholder of Lislooney. Other names of likely significance: William, Francis & John SCOTT and John HAMILTON

69

152

47696

1731 Feb 19

OLIVER, Robert - WELSH 1730-1745

Robt OLIVER of Clonodfoy, Co. Limerick & Anthony WELSH of Co. Limerick

70

299

484441

1731 Mar 22&23

OLIVER, Robert & wife- KNOX-PEARSON 1730-1745 not pertinent NOTES in 2009 diary 1730-1745

Robert OLIVER of Clondfoy, Co. Limerick & Susanna OLIVER als KNIGHT, his wife ...

73

73

49839

1732

Thomas OLIVER Schoolteacher. Ref in Lurgan Estate.

78

537

57928

1735 Mar 17

OLIVER, Robert -DAWSON 1730-1745

Robert OLIVER jr Esq son & heir of Robert OLIVER of Clonodfoy, Co. Limerick & John DAWSON  of Grenane, Co. Tipperary.

80

100

55059

1730-1745

OLIVER, Robert - RIDGATE 1730-1745

84

348

60917

1736 Jun 12

OLIVER, Robert -MOORE NOTES in 2009 diary. 1730-1745

Robert OLIVER of Clondfoy, Co. Limerick & Susanna OLIVER als KNIGHT & Robert OLIVER jr.

87

535

63020

1730-1745

OLIVER, Robert - FRANKS 1730-1745

90

84

62981

1730-1745

OLIVER, Robert  of Co Cork - CAMPBELL 1730-1745

91

34

63195

1730-1745

OLIVER, Robert - REILLY 1730-1745

93

574

66969

1730-1745

OLIVER, Robert - WOOD 1730-1745

John DAWSON of Grenane Tipperary & Robert OLIVER jr. Esq  of Clonodfoy, Co. Limerick.

117

381

81187

1745 May 11

JACKSON-NOWLAN Book Index 1730-1745

Richard JACKSON of City of Dublin Esq. Grant to Denis NOWLAN of said city victualler, land formerly in possession of David OLIVER Sawyer, dec’d ... on the North side of King Street near Stephens Green.

118

237

80607

1844 Jan 24

WALKER-GLENNY Notes in 2009 diary 1739-1810 NOTE: The date seems off for this early a book?

Between Gervais WALKER of Killmakue (Kilmacrew) Co. Armagh, Gent of 1 part & Isaac GLENNY of Savalmore, Parish of Newry, Co. Down for 500 WALKER let to GLENNY lands in Ballynahonemore lease of 21 years WITNESS: John QUINN, City of Armagh, Gent & George BURLEIGH, City of Armagh, Innkeeper; Hugh CUMING of Kearnyhill, Gent; John MELLING of Newry, Co. Down, Merchant.

120

336

82784

1730-1745

OLIVER-Jane GUMBLETON 1730-1745

123

1

82413

1733 Oct

OLIVER, Robert Esq. Of Clonodsy. Marriage intended between A & B Coleby

126

245

86826

1717 Jun 18

WALKER-Matthew HENDERSON Notes in 2009 diary 1739-1810

Between George WALKER of Killmakew, Parish of Armagh, Gent & Matthew HENDERSON of Ballynahonemore, Parish & Co. Armagh, farmer. George WALKER demised to Matthew HENDERSON land in Ballynahonemore, Parish of Armagh containing about 53 acres ... term 19 years. WITNESS: George BURLEY of Armagh, innkeeper, John WHITTINGTON late of same place Gent, since deceased; Alexander HUTCHESON of City of Dublin, Gent.

128

559

88476

1746-1758

OLIVER, Jane - CROSBIE 1746-1758

128

561

88477

1746-1758

OLIVER, Jane - CROSBIE 1746-1758

128

566

88538

1748 May 23 

OLIVER, Robert - MOORE 1746-1758

NOTES: 1748 May 23 Robert OLIVER of Clonodfoy, Co. Limerick & Stephen MOORE of Kilworth, Co. Cork.

128

567

88539

1748 May 23

OLIVER, Robert - OLIVER 1746-1758

NOTES: 1748 May 23 Robert OLIVER Clonodfoye, Co. Limerick & Susannah OLIVER also KNIGTH his wife.

134

174

90484

1748 Dec 7

OLIVER, Jane - BARTON 1746-1758 Notes in 2009 diary 1746-1758

Between Joan SILVER of City of Dublin widow of 1st part & Jane OLIVER of City of Dublin of 2nd part & George BARTON the younger of Higginstown, Co. Kilkenny, Gent of 3rd part ... lands of Higginstown for lives of G. BARTON & wife, Elizabeth .. also Mary HADDOCK, spinster .. re earlier lease by Francis HAYDOKE, widow.

137

491

94157

1736 Jun 12

OLIVER, Robert - MOORE 1746-1758 Notes in 2009 diary 1746-1758

Robert OLIVER of Clondory, Co. Limerick, Esq. & Susanna OLIVER als KNIGHT, his wife of 1st part. Robert OLIVER jr. Esq. Eldest son of 2nd part. Stephen MOORE of Kilworth, Co. COrke, Esq. (long deed-not pertinent)

140

163

93666

1746-1758

OLIVER, George - CUNNINGHAM 1746-1758

142

367

95928

1750 Jun 5

OLIVER, George - KEARNEY 1746-1758

City of Waterford Salemaker

144

162

96924

1747, April 14

OLIVER, Jane - CARSON 1746-1758

NOTES: John IRWIN by virtue of an order received from [Miss or Mrs] Jane OLIVER to let the lands of Agharan for ten years to Rev. George CARSON. Witness George FARIS of Makin, Co. Cavan & Charles ELLIOT of Croghan, Co. Cavan.

155

490

105555

1752 Oct 27

OLIVER, George - KEARNEY 1746-1758 NOTES in 2009 diary 1746-1758

Charles CUNNINGHAM of Waterford, Gent & George OLIVER of same, sylemaker & Benjamin KEARNEY of Blanchville, Co. Kilkenny (long deed-not pertinent)

160

263

107357

1746-1758

OLIVER, Elizabeth - DEANE 1746-1758

160

263

107357

1746-1758

OLIVER, John - DEANE 1746-1758

166

289

111573

1754, Feb 9

OLIVER, Andrew - NORRIS 1746-1758

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1750Oct22_OLIVER-NORRIS.html

James NORRIS of Torrehage [AKA Tannagh], Parish of Aghaloo, Co. Tyrone; Charles NORRIS of Larakeen AKA Lairakeen, Parish of Aghaloo, Co. Tyrone; Andrew OLIVER of the Parish of Tynan (possibly Lislooney); Sarah OLIVER, daughter of Andrew OLIVER; Margaret HAMILTON, Countess of Orrey; Ben OLIVER of Farmacartley AKA Farmacaffley; John CALDWELL of Caledon, Co. Tyrone; Robert BRENAN of Glaslough, Co. Monaghan. NOTE: This was previously dated 1754 Feb 9th - likely the date it was registered, not made

 (etc) sworn at Monaghan, Co. Monaghan 16 Oct 1753.

195

200

129864

1758-1768

OLIVER, Elizabeth - ELLARD See 132955

196

109

129305

1758-1768

OLIVER, John - MORRISON connected to Silver OLIVER

196

110

129306

1758-1768

OLIVER, John - MORRISON connected to Silver OLIVER

196

111

129309

1758 Jul 31

OLIVER, Silver-OLIVER

196

506

130896

1759 Jan 31

OLIVER-O’BRIEN

Silver OLIVER of Clondafoy, Co. Limerick Esq. of I pt &Wm O’BRIEN of Dunnevinly, CO. Leitrim… lives of John O’BRIEN, Cornelius O’BRIEN & George O’BRIEN eldest sons of Wm O’BRIEN.

197

135

129865

1758 Nov 2

OLIVER, Elizabeth - ELLARD See 132955 1758-1768

Elizabeth OLIVER  of City of Dublin Spinster one of the dau of Robert OLIVER late of Clonodfoy, Co Limerick

197

136

129866

1758-1768

OLIVER, Elizabeth - ELLARD See 132955

197

137

129867

1758-1768

OLIVER, Elizabeth - ELLARD See 132955

197

338

130742

1758 Dec 12

OLIVER, John – OLIVER  1758-1768

Silver OLIVER of CLondofoy of Ballydoole, Co Corke.... lands of Thomas town in Limerick lease made by Robert OLIVER the elder & Robert OLIVE the younger...... life of John OLIVER ...

198

122

131411

113142

1759 Mar 15

OLIVER- McKIERNAN

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1759Mar15_OLIVER-McKIERNAN.html

NOTE: Lots of notes about OLIVERs on this page.

Silver OLIVER of Clondofoy, Co. Limerick Esq. of the one part & Michael McKIERNAN of Carrigallen, Co. Leitrim Merchant of the other part. Silver OLIVER demised to Michael McKIERNAN Townlands of Lower Aghavillin.

199

426

132733

1758-1768

OLIVER, John -  NEWCOMEN

200

130

132304

1758-1768

OLIVER, Jane - WALLIS

NOTES: Jane OLIVER, widow of Dublin & Henry WALLIS. Lease for lands at Killountain, Barony Cashmore, Co. Waterford.

202

39

132955

1758-1768

OLIVER, Elizabeth - OLIVER 1758-1786

NOTE: James ELLARD of Newtown, Co. Limerick. Phillip OLIVER of Altimira, Co. Cork. Alice ELLARD, wife of James. Elizabeth OLIVER of City of Dublin, spinster and one of the daughters of Robert OLIVER of Clonofoy, Co. Limerick. Rev. John OLIVER of Ballydoolie, Co. Cork (marriage between James ELLARD & Elizabeth OLIVER.

206

561

137214

1760 Jan 8

OLIVER, Rev John, clerk of Ballydool, COR MS A& B nickred

210

250

138763

1758-1768

OLIVER, Elizabeth - MAUNSELL (probably Silver OLIVER)

228

526

152283

1739-1810

(TI Bk 45)

SMITH to OLIVER

234

237

152813

1764 Aug 5

OLIVER, Andrew - THOMPSON 1758-1786

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1764Aug5_OLIVER-THOMPSON.html

NOTES: 1764 Aug 5  Between Andrew OLIVER of Coradown in the Parish of Donagh, Co. Armagh [sic? Should be Monaghan?] & George THOMPSON of Cuz[r?]unshagh, Parish of Currin, Co. Monaghan. Andrew OLIVER demised to George THOMPSON the part of Carricknaveagh “to wit the upper half of the half tate next adjoining to Carriketee lying and being in the parish of Aghnamullen and said County of Monaghan ... for the lives of the Revd Robert SMYTHE of Dillan in the Co. of Down, Alexander SMITH and John SMITH brothers of the said Robert SMITH ... rent 4s 6p. Witness: John WILSON of Oreas, Glasslough & Francis CARLIFFE of Tournamale & John ROGERS of Cornamuklagh all in Co. Monaghan. Witnessed by Francis CARLIFFE & John FIDDES of the City of Dublin, Gent. George THOMPSON [SEAL] Sworn 17 Aug 1764.

239

237

157196

1765 Oct 30

OLIVER, Andrew - PRINGLE 1758-1786

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1765Oct30_OLIVER-PRINGLE.html

NAMES: Andrew OLIVER of Corragh Down, Parish of Donagh, Monaghan; Elizabeth OLIVER (wife); William PRINGLE of Caledon, Tyrone; Thomas GREISSON; William DONNOLLY of Caledon, Co. Tyrone; Bryan Mc[?]ANNA of Caledon. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Mullin, Parish of Tynan, Armagh.

NOTES: 1765 Oct 30 Deed of Release between Andrew OLIVER of Corrodonen [?] in the Parish of Donagh & Co. of Monaghan, Farmer and Elizabeth OLIVER wife of said Andrew OLIVER of the one part and William PRINGLE of Caledon in the County of Tyrone, Gent of the other part £35 pd by PRINGLE for release one half part of the land of Mullin formerly in the possess of Thomas GREISSON decesaed - abt 10 acres in Barony of Tohrany, Parish of Tyanan & Co. Armagh. Witness Wm. DONNOLLY wigmaker Bryan Mc[?]ANNA, Labourer both of Caledon.

245

73

157429

1758-1768

OLIVER, George - TOYE

248

 

hunch

1766 Jan 10

JOHNSTON-OLIVER
http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1766Jan10-JohnOLIVER-JosephJOHNSON.html

NAMES: Joseph JOHNSTON of Armagh; John OLIVER of Tullymore Archbishop Richard ROBINSON; James ELLIOT; Robert McALL or McCANN

248

75

158608

1766 Jan 20

OLIVER, David - McCLELLAN 1758-1786

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1766Jan20_OLIVER_McCLELLAN.html

NAMES: David Oliver of Ballyrea, Thomas McCLELLAN of Marlecow, Parish of Mullaghbrach, Co. Armagh, Owen McMAHON of Livingstones March, William OLIVER & Joseph OLIVER (twin sons of David), Galbraith LOWRY CORRY, Michael DUFFY, Robert HAMILTON of Dublin, Patrick MULLIGAN. TOWNLANDS: Marlecow (probably Marlacoo Beg, Parish of Mullabrack, Co. Armagh), Cornacarrow, Parish of Aughnamullen, Co. Monaghan.

NOTES: 1766 Jan 20 David OLIVER of Ballyrea, parish & County of Armagh, farmer and Thomas McCLENAN (sic?) of Marlion (?) in the parish of Mullaghbrach, Co. Armagh - land leased to Thomas McCLELLAN all that part of Corncarrow from Owen McMAHON of Livingstones March to Loughegish and the River through the midst of the Red Bog lying between the two hills the mearing of the same to run from head to foot of the red bog together with [?] Moyity of the Rocks or Mountain part containing about 22 acres ... during the natural lives of the said David OLIVER the [?] Wm OLIVER and Joseph OLIVER sons to the said David OLIVER ages about 12 months and twins & to the survivors of them or for the term of 31 years rent of 8 shillings by virtue of a lease by Gilbraith Lowry CORRY Esq. Witness Micahel DUFFY & Robert HAMILTON of the City of Dublin, Gent & also witnessed by Patrick MULLIGAN of Marlion [?] in the County of Armagh, weaver.

252

412

163887

1767 Jan 31

OLIVER, John Rev Archdeacon -  OLIVER

254

489

169169

1757 Dec 12

OLIVER-OLIVER (1768- 1776)not pert

254

490

169170

1765 Sep 28

OLIVER-CREAGH (1768- 1776)

258

453

174083

1768- 1776

OLIVER-CAUGHERY

261

529

172554

1768 Sept 2

GLOVER-OLIVER, Benjamin  

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1768Sept2GLOVER-OLIVER.html

NAMES: James GLOVER; Benjamin OLIVER; Samuel WATT; Andrew OLIVER; Andrew PRENTICE; Thomas JOHNSTON; Thomas McCANN; Henry CUST. PLACES: Tyrearly aka Tirearly, Parish of Lisnadill; Ballinahonebeg, Parish of Armagh both in Co. Armagh

264

574

178368

1739-1810

BANNERMAN-PRINGLE

265

270

175082

1758 Apr 22

OLIVER, Silver Esq. Of Co. Limerick. MS A&B nickred

269

335

170945

or

176945

1769 Apr 20

OLIVER-MAXWELL Book 45 (1739-1810)

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1769Apr20-MAXWELL-OLIVER.html

NAMES: John MAXWELL of Fellows Hall, David OLIVER of Ballyrea, twin sons of David OLIVER ("David" & William - I suspect it should be "Joseph" & William), Galbraith LOWRY COREY, John KILLPATRICK of Killylea, George STUART of Drumilly, John SCOTT, TOWNLANDS: Fellows Hall, Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh; Laragh & Cornacarow, Parish of Aughnamullen, Co. Monaghan; Ahennis, Co. Fermanagh; Killylea, Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh. NOTE: Extra Maxwell info included in a table.

282

336

183301

1770 Oct 31

OLIVER-OLIVER

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1770July30-OLIVER-OLIVER-Laragh.html

NAMES: David OLIVER of Ballyrea, Arthur OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, Galbraith LOWRY CORRY, Hon George Lord SHIRLEY, John MAXWELL, Andrew PRENTICE of Dublin, Joseph OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg. TOWNLANDS: Ballyrea; Ballinahonebeg; Laragh & Caranacaraff AKA Cornacarrow Parish of Augnamullen, Co. Monaghan.

282

337

183302

1770 Apr 26

OLIVER-OLIVER

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1770Apr26-OLIVER-OLIVER.html

A Memorial of a deed poll bearing date of 26th day of April one thousand seven hundred & seventy between David OLIVER of Ballyrea of the Parish and County of Armagh of the one part & Joseph OLIVER of Balinahonbeg in said Parish and County aforesaid of the other part whereby said David OLIVER set unto said Joseph OLIVER one hundred acres of land situate in the west side of the Townland of Laragh, Parish of Agnnamullen & Co. of Monaghan therein possession of said David OLIVER & his undertenants. The said Joseph OLIVER is also to have the full one half of the water fall from the Corn Mill up & and to have Liberty of cutting a race between the Premis and Longhegis of the Dimensions therein mentioned & to fix a sluice for preserving Water   Said Daivid & Joseph OLIVER to be at equal expense in making said sluice & watercourse subject to the yearly rent of sixty-three pounds Sterl to hold for the space of Twenty Six years or three lives mentioned in said David OLIVERs Grand Lease & also for all future renewals which said David might be entitled to by virture of said leases & said Deed Poll is witnessed by Arthur OLIVER of Balinahonabeg in said County of Armagh & this Memorial is also witnessed by Arthur OLIVER & Andrew PRENTICE of the City of Dublin Gent: Joseph OLIVER [SEAL] ... signed at Armagh 29 Oct 1770

283

214

 

183826

1770 Nov 21

BURNS OLIVER Book 45 Townland Index.

 http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1770Nov1BURNS-OLIVER.html

Lease 1770, July 10 “which was wrote on the back of a lease bearing date 24 Dec 1766. Bryan BURNS of Laragh, Co. Monaghan, farmer demised ... David OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh, Gent “all that the Corn Mill commonly called and known by the name Loghigish Mill with the two acres of land thereto belonging with the grist toll or Moulture of the Tates Townlands of Laragh and Cornacariffe ... in the Barony of Cremorrand, Co. Monaghan ... for 28 years ... Bryan BURNS of Laragh, Parish of Agnamullen... Witness Joseph OLIVER of Balinahonebeg, Linen Draper.

286

118

185025

1771 Feb 3

OLIVER-DICKINSON NOTES in 2009 diary. 1768- 1776

Between Evan KINSEY of Patricia St. Dublin publican & Esther KINSEY otherwise OLIVER otherwise PHILIPS his wife of 1st part & Daniel DICKINSON of City of Dublin Merchant of the other part reciting lease 7 July 1745 to Joseph PHILIPS of the Liberty of Thomas Court & Donore, Co. Dublin, Linnen Weaver ... north side of Cole Alley, City of Dublin & use of sewer and wter for 99 years. Said Joseph died 9 April 1750 made a will 4 March 1750 & bequeathed to his daughter Esther PHILIP all right to premises in Cole Alley.

287

474

187934

1771 Sept 17

KANE-OLIVER

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1771Sept17-KANE-OLIVER.html

NAMES: mentioned in order of appearance: John KANE, William OLIVER, George COCHRAN, William COCHRAN, Joseph OLIVER, John MOSSON, George McCULLAGH, William SCOTT. TOWNLANDS: Tyrearly, Parish of Lisnadill; Mullinture, Parish of Eglish.

297

602

196312

1765 June 1

CORRY - OLIVER

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1765June1_CORRY-OLIVER.html

NAMES: Galbraith LOWRY-CORRY of Ahennis; David OLIVER of Ballyray AKA Ballyrea; Edmond McMAHON; James NORRIS; William & Joseph OLIVER (twin sons of David); William COLE; Robert COOPER of Killkarn AKA Killcarn, Parish of Loughgilly, Co. Armagh; Thomas IRWIN of Killynal AKA Killnaul, Parish of Aghaloo, Co. Tyrone. OTHER PLACES: Laragh; Cornacarrow.

Memorial of an indenture between Galbraith Lowry CORRY Ahenis, Co. Tyrone Esq. & David OLIVER of Ballyray, Parish & Co. Armagh - land demised to OLIVER and 2 Tates known as Laragh and Cornacarrow with Corn & Tuck mills except 65 acres at the end of Cornacarrow where Edmond McMAHON & others then lived ... for the lives of the said David OLIVER William OLIVER and Joseph OLIVER his sons aged about six months at the yearly rent of nine shillings ... David OLIVER will “erect and completely furnish a cloth mill within three years and ditch in twenty Irish acres convenient to said mill”.

299

312

198442

1768- 1776

OLIVER-OLIVER

299

540

199246

1768- 1776

OLIVER-FLOOD

304

543

206082

1775 Aug 23

OLIVER, Rev. John. Archdeacon of Cootemore, COR Lease: Glanehaglish By Coshlea LIM 260ac; L + R 19 + 20 Apr 1757 D to B subject to redemption; P1 to P2 for £1000-5-0 nickred

305

312

202140

1774, Oct 1

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1774Oct31-OLIVER-JACKSON-Creevy.html

A Memorial of an indenture of a lease bearing date the thirty-first day of October in the year one thousand seven hundred and seventy-four Between David OLIVER of Ballyrea in the Co. of Armagh of the one part and Robert JACKSON of the town and County of Armagh Gent of the other part, witnesseth that the said David OLIVER for and in consideration of the sum of three hundred and fifty pounds Stl to him in hand paid by the said Robert JACKSON the receipt therof the said David thereby acknowledge hath assigned transferred and made over unto the said Robert JACKSON his Exors, Admons and Assigns all that part of Creevy with the Corn Mill theron together with all the Toll or Sucken [whats that?] there unto belonging situate lying and being in the Townland of Creevy in the County of Monaghan with all the Estate right title interest possession term of years to come claim and demand whatsoever which the said David OLIVER hath in the said Messuage or Premes to have and to hold the said Mill Lands and Toll unto the said Robert JACKSON his Exors & during the remainder of the Term of years yet to come and unexpired as by the said Deed of assignment may appear which said Deed is witnessed by Thomas JOHNSTON of Armagh and James NEILSON of Ballyrea in the County of Armagh and this Memorial is witnessed by the said James NEILSON & Thomas JOHNSTON - David OLIVER [SEAL] 8 November 1774 at or near the hour of ¼ after 5’ o’clock in the afternoon.

307

400

204772

1768- 1776

OLIVER-ROSS Earl

308

626

208265

1768- 1776

OLIVER-ALDWORTH

310

189

206077

1775 Nov 4

OLIVER-RYDER This may be a link to solving the mystery of the link to Viscount Lifford

Rev John OLIVER Archdeacon of Ardagh & Elizabeth RYDER wife of OLIVER . ALDWORTH & that whole gang.

311

166

208264

1768- 1776

OLIVER-OLIVER

Widow of Robert of Clondofoy

316

107

210086

1775 Jan 25

Sherriff of Co. Monaghan-OLIVER NOTES in 2009 diary.  1739-1810 (TI Bk 45) 

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1775Jan25-Sherriff-OLIVER.html

NAMES: High Sherriff of Monaghan - Francis LUCAS; Andrew OLIVER; David OLIVER of Ballyrea; Ho. George SHIRLEY; Archibald DOBBIN; John RODEN [?] of Glasslough; Thomas VERNER; John CUMING; Robert JOHNSTON; Thomas TENESON (or is it TERESON?).

316

285

212005

1777 May 13

OLIVER, Rev John sole executor of wife Susannah. Settlement of suit. Indentuire of sale nickred

318

319

215213

215215

1777-1785

CORRY, Jane, James, Mary-OLIVER WRONG Book – tried also 319-325. Book 46

323

453

217680

1778 Nov 14

OLIVER, Thomas -KNIGHT

Thomas OLIVER late of Boston in New England now London Esq & Charles KNIGHT of Limerick re townlands in Cork & Limerick.

324

274

214815

1777 Sept 8

OLIVER, Andrew - VERNER

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1777Sept8_OLIVER-VERNER.html

NOTES: 1778 Feb 9 re: 177 Sept 7 Article of agreement between Andrew OLIVER and his wife Elinor OLIVER both of Newtownhamilton, Co. Armagh & Thomas VERNER of Churchill, Co. Armagh “Whereby it is mentioned that the said Andrew and Elinor his wife for the consideration therein mentioned agreed that they would on or before the first December  then next make out a good and legal title free from all encumbrances to one undiveded third part of the Tate Town and lands of Enogh otherwise Enagh in the County of Monaghan with the Appurts and would Grant and convey the same to the said Thomas VERNER .... witness Edmond MADDEN of Lismaclin, Co. Tyrone Clerk & John BRYAN of the City of Dublin yeoman & John RICHARDSON of Donaghmore, Co. Tyrone, Surveyor.

327

460

219158

1777-1785

OLIVER, Jane - OLIVER

329

415

222661

1777-1785

OLIVER, John - LETT

329

474

220256

1778 May 1

ASTON-OLIVER 1777-1785 NOTES in 2009 diary.

OLIVER, Andrew, DAWSON NOTES in 2009 diary.

Between William ASTON of Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan, Gent & Elizabeth ASTON other wise DAWSON his wife of 1st part. Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton, Co. Armagh, Gent & Elinor OLIVER otherwise DAWSON his wife od the 2nd part. Susanna DAWSON spinster, the sister of the said ELIZABETH & ELINOR of the third part. & Richard DAWSON of he town and Co. of Monaghan Attorney at law of the 4th part. Reciting that Samuel DAWSON late of Rockcorry, Co. Monaghan, Gent dec’d brother of the said Elizabeth ASTON, Elinor OLIVER, Susanna DAWSON was seized in fee of the town and lands of Enagh otherwise Inagh, Co. Monaghan subject to fee payable to Lord DARTRY & did previous to his death make his last will and testament in writing bearing date 3 June 1776 & devised the Town and Lands of Enagh to his sisters … Elizabeth ASTON, Elinor Oliver & Susanna DAWSON equally between them  … and William ASTON & Andrew OLIVER the respective husbands of Elizabeth & Elinor then intended to sell … their respective shares (with provision for Susanna) WITNESS Richard BASHFORD of Carrickmacross; Arthur FIDGEON of Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan.

333

409

226346

1777-1785

OLIVER, Andrew - VERNER wrong # tried 323- 334- 332

336

478

225906

1778 Nov 20

OLIVER, David & wife - WALKER 1777-1785

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1778Nov20_OLIVER-WALKER.html

NOTES: Indented Deed of Release between David OLIVER and Susannah OLIVER otherwise WALKER his wife of Ballyrea in the County of Armagh farmer of the one part and Thomas WALKER of Ballydonagh in the County of Antrim farmer of the other part. Whereby after reciting as is herin related the said David and Susannah OLIVER in obedience of the last will and testament of Leonard WALKER deceased and in consideration of the sum [of the sum - sic] of one hundred and ten pounds sterling assigned released confirmed and made over unto the said Thomas WALKER his heirs exons admons and assigns all that and these the farm tenement and parcel of land called part of Ballydonaghy containing by estimation twenty eight acres and one rood English measure be the same more or less late in the possession of Thomas WALKER decesed situate lying and being in Parish of Glenary, Manor of Killuta and County of Antrim aforesaid To hold unto the said Thomas WALKER his heirs, exons and assigns for and during the lives of Francis WHILLA Elinor WHILLA son and daughter of George WHILLA and Francis STEEL son of William STEEL and the survivor of them and for so much of the term of of forty one years commencing first November 1740 as should remain unexpired being the lives and years in the grant lease of said premises made by Lord Baron CONWAY to Isabella Leonard WALKER deceased as by same may appear [etc] Witness Edward IRWIN of the City of Dublin and John SHEPHERD of the same, Gent & Thomas LLOYD of the said City. Thomas WALKER [SEAL]

344

265

231403

1782 Apr 12

OLIVER, Thomas - CAREW

Not pertinent. Thomas OLIVER dec’dof Bristol, Esq. & Charles KNIGHT of Limerick.

345

 

hunch

1781 Jun 23

DILWORTH OLIVER

Richard by Divine Providence Lord Archbishop of Armagh, Primate and Metropolitan of all Ireland. To our beloved in Christ, the Rector and Curate of the Parish of Derryloran in our Diocese of Armagh, Greeting WHEREAS Andrew Dilworth of Mullagherry in the Parish of Donaghmore in the County of Tyrone and Diocese of Armagh farmer of Derryloran and Isabella Oliver of Cookstown parish and County aforesd Spint being contracted and promised to each other in Holy Matrimony (as alleged) do earnestly desire Marriage to be had and solemnized between them: Therefore we give and grant to you or either of you, in whom we very much confide, our Licence and Authority to solemnize the said Marriage with all due Speed between the said Andrew Dilworth and Isabella Oliver provided that the same be done in the Face of the Church of the Parish of Derryloran aforesaid, between the Canonical Hours by the Express Consent of their Parents or Guardians, (if any they have) and that there is not any just Cause or Impediment to hinder the said marriage by Reason of any Precontract, Consanguinity, Affinity or other lawful Cause whatever. In Testimony whereof, we have caused the Seal of our Cosistorial  and Metropolitan Court of Armagh, to be affixed to these Presents. Dated the 23 Day of June1781

345

89

232259

1782 June 10

OLIVER, Andrew - OLIVER, William 1777-1785

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1782June10_OLIVER-OLIVER.html

NOTES:  Deed between Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton Co. Armagh, distiller of the one part & William OLIVER of Tullysarren, Co. Armagh Gent of the other part. Andrew OLIVER has a lease from the Rev. & Dr. Hugh HAMILTON, Dean of Armagh of land in the town of Newtownhamilton for 5 shillings pd by Wm. OLIVER he[?] assigns the annuity or yearly sum of £30. Mention of trust for Andrew, wife Elinor & mention of children (unnamed)

347

415

233758

1782 Aug 19

OLIVER, Jane - WALLIS   1777-1785

...Silver Oliver Limerick

353

68

236328

1783 Apr 28

SWANZY-OATES NOTES in 2009 diary. 1777-1785

OLIVER, Joseph -OATES

Between James SWANZY of Swanville, Parish of Clontibrett, Co. Monaghan administrator of Richard SEAVER, dec’d of the one part & Mary DOBBYN otherwise OATES widow; Elizabeth PRENTICE, otherwise OATES widow; James McWILLIAM & Anne McWILLIAM other wise OATES his wife. Joseph OLIVER and Jane OLIVER otherwise OATES his wife & Letitia STONE otherwise OATES widow of the other part … reciting … demised unto said Mary DOBBYN, Eliza PRENTICE, James McWILLIAMS and Ann his wife Joseph OLIVER & Jane his wife & Letitia STONE all that part of the townland of Ballinahonebeg now in the tenure and occupancy of John OATES and his undertenants as the same is meared and bounded as formerly held and enjoyed by his father Thomas OATES … term of 17 years from 1 Nov 1781 in trust  and for the sole us and benefit of the said john OATES & his lawful issue possesses in the will and codicil of Thomas OATES, the said John’s father (more description included – I may need to order this deed) WITNESS: Samuel SWANZY, Gent Attorney. Thomas PRENTICE, merchant both of Armagh, Co. Armagh.

355

480

241829

1784 Feb 14

HASARD-PRINGLE 7 tates part of will Notes in 2009 diary

Re: William PRINGLE the elder of Caledon, Co. Tyrone & Frances PRINGLE, widow of Robert PRINGLE late of Madden, Co. Armagh (lots of detail about bequests & mention of 7 tates conveyed in a trust for a term of 200 years.

361

365

244728

1782, Dec 19

OLIVER-QUILL have notes

Richard ALWORTH of Anns Grove in Co. Cork Esq & Elizabeth OLIVER of the City of Dublin Widow, executors of the late John OLIVER late of Coolmore, Co. Cork did demise unto John QUILL of ?rimore, Co. Kerry Gent 293 acres of ???rimore. Thomas QUILL & John QUILL - sons of John QUILL

360

85

241557

1784 Feb 10

SEAVER -BRADFORD see also DEED: 242429 1739-1810

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1784Feb10-SEAVER-BRADFORD.html

NOTES: Sarah SEAVER of Ballinahonebegg, Co. Armagh widow of the one part and James BRADFORD of Armagh in said County, Merchant of the other part.. James SWANZY of Aveluagh, Co. Monaghan was the executor of Richard SEAVER  NOTE: a will was probated for Richard SEAVER from Avebreagh, Co. Monaghan - probated  in Armagh 1770) who in a lease 27 September 1782 demised to Sarah SEAVER & Arthur OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg - 1/3 part of the townland of Ballinahonebeg as was lately held by Charles SEAVER & his undertenants containing 92 acres ... [refers to] Deed of partition made between Sarah SEAVER & Arthur OLIVER 15 Nov 1783 that Sarah SEAVER (executor etc) would have ½ of all rents and fines issuing out of the part of said premises held by Thomas Verner Esq. And also ½ rents and fines of part in possession of Arthur OLIVER called the bleach green and half of her late husband’s legacy ... Witnessed that the said Sarah SEAVER for £400 sold to James BRADFORD the lands in her part of the partition. Witness Arthur OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, Co. Armagh linen merchant. Wm GEOGH of Armagh, weaver. Robert JACKSON of Woodvale, Co. Armagh, Gent. James BRADFORD [SEAL]

360

236

242429

1782 Sept 7

JACKSON, Robert - OLIVER http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1782Sept7-JACKSON-OLIVER.html

NOTES: Between Robert JACKSON of Town & Co. Armagh Gent of he one part & Arthur OLIVER of Ballinahone begg in said Co. & Sarah SEAVER widow of Charles SEAVER late of Ballynahonebegg (NOTE: A Charles SEAVER had a will probated in 1762 and Sarah SEAVER had a will probated 1792. I wonder if she was an OLIVER.) aforesaid deceased of the other part. Robert JACKSON was paid £850 by Arthur OLIVER & Sarah SEAVER & did set over to Arthur OLIVER & Sarah SEAVER all that the lands of Ballynahonebegg in Parish of Armagh possessed by Thomas VERNER Esq. The executor of Benjamin OLIVER deceased. The said Sarah LEAVER & other so assigned by Henry HALL & Elinor HALL to the said Robert JACKSON ... lands made over to Robert JACKSON by Edward TIPPING Esq. Which belonged to Michael SEAVER and all Estate right title and interest term of years.. etc. Witness Henry HALL of Aughereny & Co. Tyrone. Benjamine OLIVER of Lislooney, Co. Armagh. John BURGES of Armagh, Gent. Arthur OLIVER [SEAL] Sworn Aug 6, 1784.

361

366

244729

1786-1793

OLIVER-QUILL have notes

364

182

243811

1784 Nov 23

BRYAN-OLIVER

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1784Nov23_BRYAN-OLIVER.html

Deed of assignment between William BRYAN of the City of Dublin Esq. & Joseph OLIVER of the Kennedies in the Parish & Co. of Armagh Gent of the other part.  BRYAN did for the consideration of £450 Ster paid by said Joseph OLIVER  grant the upper half townland of Kennedies containing 97 acres  formerly in the possession of Arthur DENNIS & his undertenants lying and being in the parish & co of Armagh  together with one acre of turf bog in the townland of Enagh in said Co.  as the same were occupied and enjoyed by said Arthus DENNIS and his undertenants and then held and enjoyed by the said William BRYAN and his undertenants ... for remainder of term of 21 years  granted by a lease dated Sept 1, 1783 under College and Corporation of Vicars Choral & Organist of the Church  of said Patrick Armagh. Witness Henry RICHARDSON, City of Dublin Gent & Patrick REILLY of said City.

364

223

244500

1739-1810

FOWLER-PRENTICE Book 45 (1739-1810)

370

20

246409

1785 Jan 31

OLIVER, John-JONES 1786-1793

John OLIVER City of Cork Mason. Isaac JONES of same City, Cooper

one Dwelling House with a back house thereunto belonging formerly in the possession of the said John Oliver situate on Dunscombes Marsh in the said City containing in front to the Salt  House Lane 17 feet three inches and from the corner of the party Wall of the house which Mr. Franklin formerly lived in forty six feet be the same more or less meared and bounded on the north by Ireland Street, on the south and west by holdings lately belonging to Gotfried Gerard Ferkman and on the east facing the street leading to the Salt House

370

333

251896

1706 June 27

This date is suspect - too early. I don’t know where it came from 1781 is likely.

MAXWELL-OLIVER

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1781Nov7-RobertMAXWELL-WilliamOLIVER.html

A Memorial of an indenture of lease bearing date the Seventh day of Novr. One thousand  seven hundred and eighty one between Robert MAXWELL of Fellowshall in the County of Armagh Esq of the one part and  Wm OLIVER of Ennislare in the parish and County of Armagh farmer of the other part. Whereby the said Robert Maxwell for the Considn in said Lease mentioned did Demise Grant and sett and to farm let all that and those that part of the Townland of Brootely late in possession of Elizabeth Clogher and now in his possession as the same is now measured and bounded situate lying and being in the Manod or Belleagh parish of Derrynoose Barony and County of Armagh Containing by estimation Fifty-three acres English or Statute measure be the same more or less with the Appurts. To hold to the said Wm OLIVER his Execos Admons and Assigns from the first day of Novr then Inst for the term of Nineteen years at and under the yearly rent of thirty pounds nine Shillings and Sixpence with Twelve pence a pound receivers fees and duties therein mentioned with clauses of distress and reentry and other Clauses Common and usual between Landlord and Tenant And the said lease doth therin Contain a Covenant of   ????Quoties for the Considn of a fine proportionable to be paid to the said Robert MAXWELL his heirs admons and assigns as he or they Shall pay to the provost and Fellows of Trinity College Dublin for renewing his Lease of which the Demised premis is a part  and also proportionable part of raised rent in case any additional rent shall hereafter be imposed by the said Lessors on the said Robt MAXWELL which said Indenture of Lease is witnessed by Maxwell Close of Elmpark in the County of Armagh Esq and Saml CUMING of Keady in the said County Gent and this Meml is witnessed by the said Sam CUMING and John Mosson (or Molson) of the City of Armagh Gent. Will OLIVER seal. (Then legal phrases about the witnessing)

373

258

248417

1786-1793

OLIVER, John-ALLEN

374

237

248874

1785 Oct 26

OLIVER, Andrew - MCMATH 1777-1785

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1785Oct26_OLIVER-McMATH.html

NOTES: Between Andrew OLIVER & Elinor his wife of Newtownhamilton Co. Armagh of the one part & Andrew McMATH of Aughadreena, Co. Monaghan of the other part ... Andrew OLIVER with consent of wife Elinor & the sum of £300 made over to Andrew McMATH “all that range of buildings in Newtownhamilton aforesaid containing in front 76’ and by the New Inn extending in front 42’ together with the two Stables and Coach Houses and 3 roods of land and turf bog lying west of the road from Armagh to Dundalk with the Malt Kiln Distillery and apps teheron. Also that part of Francis McCAMMONs Kitchen garden lying south of the wall inclosing the back yard of sd Inn together with that part of Tullyvallen then in possession of John MURPHY containing and exclusive of the Law [bed?] River 5 acres 1 rood & [etc] ... Witness: John STEELE, City of Dublin Attorney. James NIBLOCK of Castleblayney, Co, Monaghan Innkeeper.

375

10

247623

1785 Aug 10

1777-1785

1811-1820

OLIVER, Andrew Rev - OLIVER, John

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1785July29_OLIVER-OLIVER.html

A Memorial of a deed of Mortgage by lease & release bearing date [?] the 28th and 29th days of July in the year 1785 between the Rev.Andrew OLIVER of Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh Clerk, Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton in Co. Armagh Gent & John OLIVER of Tullymore in said Co. of Armagh Gent of the one part and James OLIVER of Augsebragh in the said Co. of Armagh Gent of the other part. Wherin is recited that Wm OLIVER of Mullintur in said County of Armagh being seized in the townland of Tullysarren in the said County of Armagh devised the same to Rev OLIVER & Wm OLIVER share and share alike and also that said William OLIVER died a bachelor intestate whereby his share in said lands descended to his two brothers the said Andrew OLIVER & John OLIVER and said release witnessed that the said Revd  Andrew OLIVER, Andrew OLIVER and John OLIVER in considation of the sum of £100.11s.1 ½ to them in hand paid by the said James OLIVER did grant bargain sell alien release and confirm unto the said James OLIVER his heirs and assigns all that and those the Town and Lands of Tullysarren formerly in the possession of Samuel KNIPE deceased situate lying and being in the Manor of Charlemount and County of Armagh all the estate right to the interest claim and demand whatsoever of them the said Rev. Andrew OLIVER, Andrew OLIVER & John OLIVER of in to or out of the said premes share and to hold all the said released premes unto the said James OLIVER his heirs & assigns for ever subject to redempton or payment of the said sum of £122.11.1 ½ with legal interest on the 1st day of Sept next coming with said deed of mortgage & this memorial was witnessed by John MOSSOM of Armagh in the Co. of Armagh, Gent & Henry HUTCHISON of the same Innkeeper. James OLIVER [SEAL] etc sworn 2 Aug 1785.

376

272

250765

1786-1793

OLIVER, Robert-OLIVER

377

212

251523

1786-1793

OLIVER,William-FRAYNEY

382

189

254082

1786-1793

OLIVER,Thomas-DRISCOLL

400

198

263357

1738 Feb 6

JOHNSTON-OLIVER

NAMES: Nicholas JOHNSTON of Woodpark; Arthur OLIVER of Ballynahonebeg; Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney; Andrew OLIVER; Elizabeth Maria OLIVER; James OLIVER; Alexander McILROY.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1738Feb6OLIVER.html

403

346

267727

1788, Nov 7

1778, Mar 17

OLIVER-HIGGINS I have this deed. 1739-1810

OLIVER to HUGGINS notes

Joseph OLIVER 7th November 1778 indenture made between Joseph OLIVER of Kennedies in Co Armagh Gent of the one part and Jhn HUGGINS of Glenart in the County of Tyrone Gent.. [for £600 land was sold including one acre of bog at Enagh as well as the upper half of the townland of the Kennedies containing 97 acres.See beneath

Joseph OLIVER of the Kennedies, Co Armagh Gent of the first part and Jno HUGGINS of  Glenart  in the County of Tyrone Gent of the other part. “whereby the said Joseph OLIVER for the consideration of  of the sum of six hundred Pounds in hand paid to said Joseph OLIVER by Jno HUGGINS ...sells the upper half Townland of  of Kennedies  Containg  ninety-seven acres or there about with one acre of turf bog  in Enough all in the County of Armagh and all the Estate right and the Title of Joseph OLIVER of in and to the same  to hold for n the Residue of Twenty-one years and for all further renewals to be obtained by the  said Joseph OLIVER and his Executors admons and assigns from the Vicar Choral and __________ (it was a blank in the document) of Armagh. Witnesses John Burges of Armagh Gent and Francis Irwin of Calldon in the Co of Tyrone Gent.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1788Nov7-JosephOLIVER-HUGGINS-Kennedies.html

Joseph OLIVER of the Kennedies, Co. Armagh sold his lease of 97 acres in the Kennedies as well as a bog in Enagh, Co. Armagh for ₤600 for 21 years to John HUGGINS of Glenart, Co. Tyrone. WITNESSES: John BURGES of Armagh, Gent; Thomas IRWIN of Caledon, Co. Armagh; Robert LIVINGSTON.

404

2

264884

1788 Sep 20

Pt of Ballynahonebegg [46a] then in poss of Arthur OLIVER, Linen draper of Ballynahonebegg & Joseph OLIVER of Ballynahonebegg  of 1ST PT together with pt of lands lately possessed by Robert NELSON & Thomas VERNER with Bleech House Green Mills etc in Armagh part of which sd lands being by deed of Partition 15 Nov 1783 made over to Arthur OLIVER  by Sarah SEAVER, by Arthur OLIVER & Joseph OLIVER unto James JOHNSTON Esq. Kappagh, Armagh of 2nd pt., to hold for ever subject to redemption. WITNESSES: John BURGESS of Armagh, Co. Armagh & Patrick COLLINS, clerk to John BURGESS. Transcribed by Mike Stewart

404

154

267472

1789 Mar 11

John OLIVER jr. of Knockabrammer, Co. Carlow Farmer & Thomas OLIVER of Templeodigan, Co. Wexford. Farmer …. Thomas OLIVER youngest son of said John OLIVER by Dorcas OLIVER [otherwise?] GREENE his wife, then aged abt 14 years.

404

211

26488

1739-1810

OLIVER-JOHNSTON wrong # I also tried 484-211-26488

426

459

278440

1790 Jul 7

OLIVER, Martha-OLIVER Notes in 2009 diary 1786-1793

Martha OLIVER otherwise MILLER of Granaught, Co. Londonderry widow & Joseph OLIVER of Granaught farmer of other part. Martha sold to Joseph for £100 part of Drumreighlin, Barony of Kinaught, Co. Londonderry.

432

399

281049

1786-1793

OLIVER,Silver-WILLIS

433

260

283748

1786-1793

OLIVER,Samuel-DOWLING

434

198

280859

1786-1793

OLIVER, Andrew-WILLIS

435

767

285284

1786-1793

OLIVER,Anne & Husband-COOVE

OLIVER,Thomas

438

436

283174

1786-1793

OLIVER,John-PHELAN

439

471

285276

1786-1793

OLIVER,Thomas-ROGERS

453

69

289191

1792 April 5

SMITH-OLIVER

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1792Apr5_SMITH-OLIVER.html

John SMITH of the Town of Aramagh being possessed of lands of Breagh, Co. Armagh in consideration of 30 ST. pd by James OLIVER of Town of Armagh, Gent made lands over to him. Witness. Edward GLASSY of [blank] Co. Monaghan & George FLETCHER of Town of Armagh, Hosier.

462

370

295062

1793, Dec 24

1774, May 12

KERR to OLIVER I have this deed.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1774May12-OLIVER-KERR.html

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1792Dec24_KERR-OSBURN-OLIVER.html

Memorial of a Deed of Assignment between Edward Kerr, City of Armagh Brewer  Executor of Thomas OSBOURNE late of Ballymorran  in the Co of Armagh farmer  decd of the one part and  Andrew OLIVER of the City of Armagh Chandler of the other part - house garden and premises on Thomas Street, Armagh ... (hard to read witness names) Lease 12 May 1774 house and garden on Thomas Street for term of 23 years yearly rent of ₤6.10.

462

482

296434

1793 July

1793 Jan 10

OLIVER, David - OLIVER I have this deed Book 45 (1739-1810)

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1793Feb11_OLIVER-OLIVER.html

NAMES: David OLIVER of Ballyrea; William OLIVER of Ballyrea; Joseph OLIVER of Ballyrea; Benjamin OLIVER of Ballyrea, George CRAWFORD, linen draper of Cherryvale; Joseph BOYD; Thomas CRAWFORD & Andrew CRAWFORD (Sons of George); Armar LOWRY-CORRY. TOWNLANDS: Ballyrea, Co. Armagh; Cornacarrow & Laragh, Parish of Aghnamullen, Co. Monaghan.

NOTES: David OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh farmer of the one part & William OLIVER, Joseph OLIVER & Benjamin OLIVER of Ballyrea, farmers of the 2nd part. It seems that David OLIVER granted to his sons a lease at Cornacarrow & Laragh . Date of 1790 court case mentioned. David OLIVER plaintiff & George CRAWFORD defendant. Witnesses: Thomas LIVINGSTONE, City of Armagh & Thomas McMAHON, City of Armagh

OLIVER - OLIVER

11 Feb 1793 between David OLIVER of Ballyrea in the city of Armagh, farmer of the one part and William OLIVER, Joseph OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER of Ballyrea aforesaid farmers of the other part. Re: Town and lands of Cornacarrow, Laragh (refers to a court case 1 March 1790 in which David OLIVER was plaintiff and George CRAWFORD, defendant).I couldn’t read lots of it.

464

 

414

296474

1793 Feb 13

COARDE-JACKSON

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1793Feb13-COANDE-JACKSON.html

Memorial of a Demise of Land wherein is Recd that Sarah SEAVER of Ballynahonebeg late Decd was in her life time and at her death pssd & intitled by a lease jointly with Arthur OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg Agd to the lower third part to the Sd Townland of Ballinahonebeg in Parish & Co. of Armagh … 90A. She was the sole executor of Richard SEAVER. Deed of partition executed by Arthur OLIVER & Sarah SEAVER 5 Nov 1780 …. Arthur OLIVER would hold lands then in his possession in the North division of Sd lands & Sarah SEAVER the South division. John COANDE (or COARDE) of Ballybrocky in Co. & Parish of Armagh was executor of Sarah SEAVER. Arthur OLIVER (it seems) had the Bleach Green. It seems there was a transfer of Sarah’s land to Robert JACKSON on Feb 13 1793

467

472

301564

1792 Nov 6

OLIVER, Andrew – MANN 1786-1793

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1792Nov6_OLIVER-MANN.html

NOTES: Andrew OLIVER of Tullysarren, Co. Armagh farmer of the one part & [Joseph?] MANN of Moy in Co. Tyrone Merchant of the other part. Andrew OLIVER by deed of mortgage 20 Oct 1792 for £20 to Charles MAN, 96 acres in townland of Tullysaren (seems to be a loan to Andrew OLIVER secured by the land).

470

90

304546

1794-1799

OLIVER CRAWFORD wrong reference - was in names index see also 1795, April 7 for a CRAWFORD-OLIVER lease at PRONI

470

172

309057

1794-1799

OLIVER - ???

471

96

298145

1793 Jan 5

OLIVER, Thomas & Anne - OLIVER1786-1793

NOTES: Thomas OLIVER of Cork, gent

472

90

304546

1739-1810

OLIVER-CRAWFORD wrong # tried next 4 books

474

175

299375

1793 June 20

OLIVER, William - OLIVER 1786-1793 I have this deed.

Should revisit 1781, November 7th deed 370-333-251896 for an earlier lease covering the same lands and interests

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1793June20-OLIVER-OLIVER.html

NOTES:  Registered June 26 1793  between William OLIVER sr. of Ennislare in Parish & Co. of Armagh of the one part & William OLIVER jr. of Ennislare.in said parish and Co. of Armagh of the other part ... Robert MAXWELL of Fellowshall, Co. Armagh leased 7 Nov 1781 to said Wm OLIVER sr. “All that and those that part of the town and land of Brootely late in the possession of Elizabeth CLOGHER  and then in the possession of the said William OLIVER senior containing by estimation 53 acres English statute measure be the same more or less together with an Irish good of turf Bog the whole situate lying and being in the Manor of Belleagh parish of Berrynoose [sic?] Barony & County of Armagh and meared and bounded on the north by part of the townlands of Cormeen, Tullacallicky and Brootely on the east by Lisdrum, [?]oughees on the south and west by Brootely aforesaid as occupied and enjoyed by the said Elizabeth CLOGHER with the appurts. To hold unto the said William OLIVER sr ... for 19 years with a covenant of renewal Toties Quoties ... in consideration of £45 10s sterling to him paid by the said Wm. OLIVER jr did grant etc to Wm OLIVER jr. above described lands. Witnessed by W?. OLIVER of City of Armagh, Chandler; John KERR of Armagh, merchant. William OLIVER, [SEAL] in presence of Andrew OLIVER & John KERR.

478

90

304546

1793 Dec 29

OLIVER, David- CRAWFORD NOTES in 2009 diary

Between David OLIVER formerly of Laragh & Cornecarrow, Co. Monaghan but then of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh of 1st part & George CRAWFORD or wife of Cherryvale, Co. Monaghan linen draper of the other part (Long deed describes land involved  - need to order)

479

177

303702

1794 Jan 29

Thomas OLIVER of City of Corke, Gent. - STONEHOUSE1794-1799

485

360

07085

1708-1738

OLIVER to OLIVER no match  Tried name index – couldn’t find the deed #. Perhaps try townland index again

485

364

366

387

307174

1790 Mar 10

OLIVER- WHALEY I have a copy.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1790Mar10-OLIVER-WHALLEY.html

OR

 http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1794June20-OLIVER-OLIVER.html

NOTES: Wm OLIVER of Ennislare in parish & Co. Armagh & Francis OLIVER of Ennislare ... Thomas WHALEY of Dublin had leased on 10 Mar 1790 to Wm. OLIVER abt 31 acres of Ennislare “meared and bounded on the north by Farmacalfy on the west by Townland of Err. Witness William OLIVER & James OLIVER both of Ennislea, linen drapers. William OLIVER jr. was the witness

485

366

307175

1794 June 20

OLIVER, William - OLIVER I have a copy. (it was also cited as on p 368 which was wrong)

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1794June20-OLIVER-OLIVER.html

Between William OLIVER of Ennislare & Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare in Parish & County Armagh. “Whereas Mr. Francis PRINGLE late of Limepark in Co. Tyrone did buy indenture of lease bearing date 10 March 1784 demised with said William OLIVER all that part of the town and lands of Enagh and Killynan then in his possession being a part of those lands formerly held by John and Sam DOBBYN .... abt 57 acres in parish & County Armagh “meared and bounded on the North east and south by part of the townlands of Killynure and Enagh on the west by the townland of Magherykilcranny ... to Wm. OLIVER ... sd. Wm OLIVER in consideration of the sum of sixty pounds sterling paid by sd. Benjamin OLIVER ... grant etc. lnds to said Benj. OLIVER. Witness Wm. OLIVER of Ennislare jr. Linen draper. James OLIVER, Linen draper.. Wm OLIVER [SEAL]

486

226

307430

1794, Apr 13

OLIVER-CURRY NOTE: I had under 586-228, which was incorrect.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1794Apr13-JosephOLIVER-WilliamCURRY.html

Indentured Deed 1794 April 13 Joseph OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, Co. Armagh Linen Draper of the one part & William Curry of Aughaday, Co Tyrone, Merchant of the other part. Upper half townland of Kennedies 97 acres together with one acre of bog in the Townland of Enagh by virtue of a lease [   ] dated the first day of July 1793 and made by [    ] and the College and Corporation of Vicars Choral of the Cathedral Church of St. Patrich Armagh of the one part and the said Joseph OLIVER then of the Kennedies in the Co of Armagh of the other part. To hold to the said Joseph OLIVER his execrs, admons and assigns for the term of twenty-one years from the first day of May then last past subject to the yearly rent of thirty pounds one shillng ninepence.... Joseph OLIVER did grant bargain and sell to William CURRY Joseph OLIVER’s right title [    ] and Estate for the sum of one thousand pounds sterling. Witness Leonard Dobbin, City of Armagh; William McWilliams of the same merchant. Joseph OLIVER [SEAL] PRESENT: Leonard Dobbin. Wm McWIlliams.

489

42

305262

1794, Apr 4

OLIVER- BOYLE

Edward OLIVER of Ardtown, Co. Kerry Farmer; Thomas BOYLE of Ardtown, Co. Kerry, farmer; transfer lands of Killskinnane called East Killshinnane in parich of Killshinane, Barony of Clanmones, Co. Kerry.

489

442

311070

1794-1799

OLIVER-BATH

494

539

336776

1798 Oct 29

MACKAY-OLIVER NOTES in 2009 diary

Between John MACKAY & May MACKAY otherwise OLIVER his wife and Elizabeth OLIVER spinster all of Kennedies, Parish & Co. Armagh which said Mary & Elizabeth are the only surviving issue & admons of Joseph OLIVER late of Ballinahonebeg in the Parish & Co. of Armagh, Gent dec’d who died intestate & was the only Executor of Arthur OLIVER, late of Ballinahonebeg, Gent dec’d of the one part & Joseph OLIVER of Ballyrea in said Co. & Parish of Armagh, farmer of he other part … for sum of £193.10 make over to Joseph OLIVER … the thereby recited Judgement that entered up in his Majesties Court of Common Pleas … 1791 … the lands of Laragh Carnacarrow. WITNESS: Andrew PRENTICE of City of Dublin, Gent attourney William McWILLIAMS, City of Armagh, Gent.

501

156

376345

1804, Jan 14

CARSON to OLIVER I have this deed

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1804Jan14-OLIVER-CARSON.html

NAMES: Samuel CARSON of Armagh but then of Fredericktown in the state of Maryland, Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare, Thomas MOOREHEAD, Dillon POLLARD, Richard McCONNELL of Mullavilla, Joseph McCONNELL of Maymount, William OLIVER of City of Armagh (chandler), Thomas APPLEBY, John CORNELL, Michael MAGEE. TOWNLANDS: Ennislare, Magherykillcraney, Farnalay, Mullavilla, Maymount.

505

49

322470

1789 April 15

WILSON –OLIVER

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1789April15-WILSON-OLIVER.html

NOTES: Deed of Assignment between Robert WILSON the younger of Tandragee in Parish & County of Armagh Cloth merchant of the one part and Arthur OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg in the Parish & County  aforesaid, Farmer of the other part. Wherin is recited that Robert WILSON the elder of Tandragee aforesaid deceased did by deed bearing date 1st August 1765 in consideration of the sum of £370 did sell unto Benjamin OLIVER his exec ... all that part of Ballinahonebeg containing 10 acres 2 roods together with the mill and water dam and water course leading from same to the River Callan ... & a liberty of washing rubbing and beetling all cloth in said  Mill which he the said Robert WILSON the elder or Robert WILSON the younger his son shall have bleaching each day in case of an insufficiency of water there and said deed witnesseth that said Robert WILSON the younger in consideration of £5 sterling to be paid by Arthur OLIVER did sell transfer and make over uto the said Andrew OLIVER his exec ... all the liberty of Beetling, Washing & rubbing cloth at said mill of Ballinahonebeg which his father Robert WILSON the elder hd resd to hold to the asid Arthur OLIVER his exec ... every right title, etc. in said Mill which he might have and claim which assignment is witnessed by Joseph OLIVER & John OLIVER both of Ballinahonebeg aforesaid Gentlemen and this memorial witnessed by the said John OLIVER & John McDAD of Lehnacollum in Co. Armagh, millright. Robert WILSON [SEAL] Signed in Armagh 9 May 1796.

506

95

328017

1797 Jan 17

OLIVER – SCOTT I have this deed.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1797Jan17-OLIVER-SCOTT.html

NOTES: A memorial of a deed bearing date 17th Jan 1797 made between John OLIVER Mary OLIVER and Elizabeth OLIVER both of Ballinahonebeg, Co. Armagh and John SCOTT of Umgola, Co. Armagh. Reciting that the said John, Mary & Eliza OLIVER had deemed part of the lands of Ballinahonebeg aforesaid with the bleach mills, Mill dam, weir and water course therto belonging with several other things - Reserving thereat Liberty to convey the water from the Mills in the lands of Kennedies then in the possession of William GARVINs [well?] And reciting that it was intended by said parties to said lease that the Current of Water in said dam should be Contd to flow and run in the ame bed it now occupies so that the Mill is sadi demise be not injured by any decision or [?] there of. Whereby the said John and Mary & Eliza OLIVER to prevent misconstruction of this said recd Lease and in consideration did agree with the said John SCOTT ... [water rights] Witness: John PRENTICE & William SLOAN, both merchants of Armagh. Johns SCOTT [SEAL]

509

269

331526

1797 Sept 5

CRAWFORD, George of Cherryvale-McTEAR, David – Belfast 1739-1810 No need for more notes re:OLIVER

510

33

328019

1796 April 1

OLIVER –SCOTT

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1796Apr1-OLIVER-SCOTT.html

Indenture of Lease between John OLIVER, Mary & Elizabeth OLIVER son and daughters and also admons of Joseph OLIVER late of Ballinahonebeg aforesaid Gent, decesed on the one part & John SCOTT of Umgola, Co. Armagh [SEE Deed 328019 - same agreement extra details] 10 acres  roods 15 perches with the Mansion House and offices & all lands [?] & all other buildings and improvements thereon: Garden, Bleach Green, Bleaching Utensils & Machinery theron said premises all water & water courses, mill dams, mill tail race & waste water course & also that small park on the other side the River opposite said Bleach Green containing 3 acres & 17 perches more or less to hold for 19 years from 1 Nov ... yearly rent of £62. Witness Andrew OLIVER & Thomas PRENTICE both of City of Armagh, Gent. John SCOTT [SEAL] Jan. 1797.

515

1

333504

1797 Jul

OLIVER, rt. Hon Silver of Limerick City & Dublin. MS A & C nickred

523

426

346117

1800 June 25

WELSH to OLIVER I have this deed.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1800May5_WELSH-OLIVER.html

Meml of an article of agreement  Bearing Date  the 5th day  of May 1800 & made between  Robt WELSH of Tullymore Parish & Co of Armagh Miller of the one part and John OLIVER of Sd Townland Parish & Co.  Farmer of the other part. Whereby the Sd Robt WELSH for the Considn in the Sd article Named did Demise Grant & to  / / /  let unto the John OLIVER all that Mill & farm in Tullymore  ...rent of [ponds]36  15 shillings sterling... witness by Tobias MAGUIRE of Drumc??ow , parish of Clonfealle, Co of Armagh. John OLIVER of Tullysarren, Parish & Co of Armagh & witnessed by Tobias MAGUIRE of & the Revd James WHITESIDE of Drumflugh, Parish of Clonfeagle, Co. of Tyrone....

523

456

346263

1800 May 12

STEPHENSON-OLIVER Book 2 (1739-1810)

Between Henry STEPHENSON of Tullymore, Co. Armagh of 1st part & John OLIVER of Tullymore of Parish & Co. Armagh of other part … for six guineas did assign to John OLIVER … flax mill in Tullymore for all of residue of time granted to STEPHENSON by Bernard DONALLY & Robert WALSH. WITNESS: James HOLMES & Rebecca HOLMES of Blackwatertown in presence of Hanna OLIVER

524

601

344411

1799, Jan 18

OLIVER-OLIVER

Meml of Indenture 18 Jan 1799 between Richd OLIVER of Castle OLIVER in the City of Limerick & Charles Silver OLIVER …. part of the mountain of Ballinlina containing 190 acres 1 rood 2 perches ….[lengthy description follows].

527

278

351424

1800-1809

OLIVER-???

528

300

344454

1797, Dec 5

OLIVER-OLIVER

Meml of a Deed John OLIVER of Cloghan, Co. Londonderry of the first part & Thomas OLIVER of Clogham Co. Londonderry of the other part. Witness Henry OLIVER & Samuel MARTIN

528

532

347650

1800, Aug 29

OLIVER-BUCKLEY

Meml of Indentured Deed having date 1800 August 29 made between Thomas OLIVER executor of the last will & Testament of Mrs. OLIVER late of the City of Cork deceased. Mary OLIVER widow & relict of the Sd Thomas OLIVER & Mary OLIVER daughter of the aforesaid Thomas OLIVER & John BATHLEY of the same city [?] Chandler of the other part renting ….

529

128

346653

1788, July 24

OLIVER-his wife

Last will and Testament of John OLIVER of Cloghan, parish of Balleagh, Co. Londonderry

Son, Thomas OLIVER – the one full half of Sd John OLIVER farmer in Main in the County of Londonderry. Witness John CALDWELL & Alexander PATTISON both of Cloghan, all in the County of Londonderry

529

540

348580

1800, Oct 31

OLIVER-TOBIN

Meml of an Indentured Deed … Mtg bearing date of 31 Oct 1800 between Thomas OLIVER of the City of Cork Gent. Acting Exec. of the Last Will and Testament of Thomas OLIVER late of the City Gent decd of the one part & Wm TOBIN of the Sd city of Cork Vintner of the other part … [this involved an earlier indenture of a Mr. GAGE 30 March 1790]

532

524

350700

1795, Nov 24

KIDD to OLIVER

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1795Nov24-OLIVER-KIDD.html

A memorial of a Deed bearing date the twenty fourth day of November in year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety five Between Benjamin KIDD of Keady  and Ballymorran Gent. Of the one part and Wm OLIVER jun of Ennislare in the Parish and County of Armagh Linen Draper of the other part. Wherin it is recited that  that whereas Wm Johnston of the City and County of Armagh  Gent did by indenture of lease bearing date the sixth day of October  1795 Demise  unto said Benjamin KIDD all that and those that front Dwelling House Offices Yard and Garden lying and being on the south side of Thomas Street in the said City of Armagh  bounded on the South by the holding of Arthur Irwin  on the north by the holding of Catherine Graham  and James and William Barnes(?) on the east by (?) Murphy  holding and on the west by Thomas Street aforesaid with full and free liberty of [legal language] at all times during this demise {...] the agteway in Common to said premises  with the said Catherine Graham the [?] to the sd Benjamin KIDD his executors, admins and A?? from the first day of November  then next ensuing for the term of thirty one years ... Witnessed by Samuel KIDD of Darkley, Parish of Derrynoose, Linen Draper  and James OLIVER of Ennislare in the Parish of Armagh . Signes in the presence of us James OLIVER Saml KIDD. Sworn Jan 5 1801

536

286

354739

1801, Aug 17

OLIVER-OLIVER 1800-1809 I have this deed.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1801Aug17_OLIVER-HAMILTON.html

Indentured deed between Rev. Hans HAMILTON clerk, second son of the Rt. Rev. Father in God Hugh HAMILTON, Bishop of Ossary of the first part Susannah OLIVER spinster daughter of the Rt. Honourable Silver OLIVER, deceased, of the second part ... the son of Hugh BISHOP of Ossary of the third part and Charles Silver OLIVER of Castle OLIVER in the Co of Limerick Esq. & Alexander HAMILTON Esq Barrister at Law and eldest son of the said Bishop of Ossery of the fourth part [lots more -]

539

273

352686

or 293

1800-1809

OLIVER-WALKINSHAW wrong

539

293

355212

1801, Sept 25

OLIVER-OLIVER Anne OLIVER’s marriage to Samuel Elgee

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1801Sept25-OLIVER-ELGEE-Marriage.html

 At present I have her as the daughter of William & Elizabeth OLIVER - and I would assume her father  to be dead at this time (since he is not mentioned and her brothers are). Need to order

A Memorial of an _______ deed bearing date of 22nd day of April 1801 and made between Samuel Elgee of Rochvale, Co Monaghan of the one part, Anne OLIVER of Ballyrea in the County of Armagh spinster of the second part and Joseph OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER both of Ballyrea aforesaid Gent of the third part. Whereby after recits as therein it is receipted that a marriage is to be had and solemnized between the said Samuel Elgee And Anne OLIVER sister of the said Joseph OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER. The said Samuel Elgee For the consideration[....] and for settling a competent portion of jointure for the said Anne OLIVER in case she shall survive him did grant [___] convey and confirm unto the said Joseph OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER all that and those tenants in the Upper Ward in the town of Dundalk [____] part 82 feet in depth from the street to the Mill Race 260 feet [?] 63 feet situate lying and being in the town of Dundalk then or late in the Tenure or Occupation of Michael [Callair]? And .... to hold to the said Joseph OLIVER & Benjamin OLIVER their heirs assigns ... during the continuance of the Lease of said premises for all rentals to be had gotten or obtained thereof .... Witnessed by William HUTCHINSON of Ballyrats in the County of Armagh, William OLIVER of Laragh in the Co. of Monaghan farmer and memorial is also witnessed by the said William Hutchison. William OLIVER [SEAL] Samuel Elgee [SEAL} Joseph OLIVER [SEAL]

543

185

357805

1801 July 8

OLIVER, William – McCULLAGH See also MAXWELL-McCULLAGH

NOTE: Between William OLIVER of the City of Armagh Soap Boiler and Chandler of the one part and Jane McCULLAGH of Lissnamuddy in the County of Armagh of the other part ... the said Wm OLIVER did demise to the said Jane McCULLAGH all that part of the town and lands of Brootely in the County of Armagh in his possession held under the representatives of the late Robert MAXWELL Esq. By deed ... 53 acres English measure paying the rent yearly of £32 ... and did demise and grant to Jane McCULLAGH & his assigns all that dwelling house, office and garden in New Street in the City of Armagh held under the representatives of the late Wm. JOHNSTON, Gent which said leases and lands are held in perpetuity ... [hard to read] the said Wm. OLIVER did demise to her the said Jane McCULLAGH during her natural life. Yet nevertheless said Wm OLIVER is to have and receive all the rents ... of said premises during her natural life and after his decease the same is to go to her ... [hard to read] Richard WALSH of the City of Armagh Book seller & Mary OLIVER of Ennislare in said County. Witness: Richard WALSH. John RICHARD, Chandler.

544

130

361132

1795 May 19

OLIVER-McGACHY1802

 Between John OLIVER of Trooperfield, Parish of Blaris, Co. Down, farmer & Frans McGACHY of Lisburn, Linen Merchant of other part ... home on south side of Bridge Street.

553

420

369491

1803

OLIVER-BAYNES

558

208

370880

1803 Sept 1

OLIVER-OLIVER I have this deed

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1803Sept1-MarthaOLIVER-NathanielLESLIE.html

Martha OLIVER marriage settlement with Nathaniel LESLIE of Drumacanner, Co Armagh of the first part & Martha OLIVER, spinster the daughter of David OLIVER of Ballyrea in Co Armagh of the second par. Joseph OLIVER & Benjamin OLIVER. Whereby the said Nathaniel LESLIE for the for the consideration therein mentioned granted to the said Joseph OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER their execs... Admons & Assigns all that and then that part of the Townland Drumconner (?) formerly in the possession of William LESLIE deceased and then in the possession of the said  Nathaniel situate lying and being in the Manor of Toaghy and Barony of Armagh. Aforesaid containing bog. Estimation 35 acres 2 Roods & 30 perches by the same more or less .... [pounds] 20 annually for said Martha OLIVER in case she survives said Nathaniel LESLIE to use of .... intended marriage... Witness Samuel LESLIE brother to the said Nathaniel LESLIE and William OLIVER of Laragh in the County of Monaghan Gent.  And this Memorial is witnessed by the said William OLIVER & Thomas APPLEBY of the City of Armagh Scrivener. Joseph OLIVER [SEAL] September 19, 1803

563

68

374123

1804

OLIVER, Anne-OLIVER Notes in 2009 diary

Marriage of Anne OLIVER to DISNEY – not pertinent.

563

124

374649

1803 Dec 1

OLIVER to WHITESIDE

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1803Dec1-OLIVER-WHITESIDE-Marriage.html

Deed of Marriage Settlement made this first day of decd in the year of our Lord 1803 Between John OLIVER of Tullymore in the County of Armagh  Gent of the one part Catherine OLIVER otherwise WHITESIDE wife of the said John OLIVER of the Second part of the Rev Jas WHITESIDE of Drumflugh in the County of Tyrone of the third part. Whereby after rectg that a marriage had been some time ago been solemnized between the said John and Catherine and that the Sd John had not then made any provision or served any jointure for his wife in lease she Should Survive him the Sd Indentr Witnessed that the said John OLIVER ford? In Condn of the sum of [pounds] 100 ???protion of the Sd Catherine to him in hand  ???? the receipt wherof is thereby acknowledged Did Grant ??? sell  Assign Transfer and set over unto the Sd. Jas WHITESIDE his Execs Admons and Assigns all that and those that part of the town and lands of Tullymore in the County of Armagh Aforesd Containg by Estimation of 5 acres one rood & 25 perches be the same more or less  as held by the Sd John OLIVER under a lease from Joshua McGeogh of Drumshill in the County of Armagh.  Etc etc

Deed is witnessed by John OLIVER of Tullycarrent in the County of Armagh father and Jas WHITESIDE jr of Drumflugh in the Co of Tyrone Gent. [more not transcribed]

565

558

384625

1739-1810

1821-1825

McCLELLAN-OLIVER Book 45 (1739-1810) Wrong # Try book 568 (see below)

567

358

381199

1804, Aug 31

OLIVER-HAMILTON I have this deed & have transcribed & posted in its entirety.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1804Oct31-JosephOLIVER-JaneHAMILTON.html

Deed settlement 1804 August 31 between Joseph OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co Armagh Gent of the first part & James HAMILTON of Tullymore Co ?ster of the second part. David OLIVER of Ballyrea in the Said county Gents of the other part and Robert HAMILTON of the City of Dublin, Surgeon and James MAXWELL of C?lton of the said City, Gent. .... that a marriage was intended to be had and so solemized between the said Joseph OLIVER and Jane HAMILTON said David OLIVER had agreed to Grant and convey the lands of Laragh and Carnecarrow and the Mills and the Lands of Deryyha to said Robert and ? HAMILTON in trust to settle and Secure an annuity .... early sum of [pounds] 50 as a Jointure for said Jane HAMILTON in Case she should survive said Joseph OLIVER [hard to read] ... Robert MAXWELL & Maxwell HAMILTON .... [possibly] James Maxwell HAMILTON ... townland of Derryhat within parish of Tynan and County Armagh .... townland commonly known by the name Kilniore with the two islands .... lands of Tullymore then in the possession of the said Jane HAMILTON ....

567

358

388893

1804

OLIVER – CLARINING wrong number

568

571

384625

1804 Sept 15

McCULLAGH-OLIVER townland index NOTES in 2009 diary. 1739-1810

(TI Bk 45)  http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1804Sep15-McCLELLAN-OLIVER.html

NAMES: Jane McCLELLAN; Thomas McCLELLAN of Marlycone, Parish of Mullaghbrack, Co. Armagh; Thomas McCLELLAN jr.; James McCLELLAN; Elizabeth McCLELLAN; William GILLESPIE of Lisaveagh, Armagh; Agnes GILLESPIE nee McCLELLAN; William OLIVER & Benjamin OLIVER of Ballyrea; David OLIVER; Owen McMAHON; Samuel McCLELLAN of Lisdoo; Thomas APPLEBY; Michael MAGEE. OTHER PLACES:Cornecarrow; Lough Eglish.

569

575

383677

1804

OLIVER-OLIVER

570

362

381955

1804

OLIVER-MONTGOMERY

573

377

390857

1804 April 16

OLIVER-WHITESIDE (also under OLIVER-OLIVER 390851 in 1806 index - wrong #)

John OLIVER of Tullymore, Co. Armagh Farmer of the one part & Rev James WHITESIDE of Drumflugh in Co. Tyrone & John OLIVER jr. of Tullymore Co. Armagh, farmer of the other part. John OLIVER granted to Rev. WHITESIDE & John OLIVER jr in their actual possession a lease for a year .... town and lands of Tullymore 75 A 1R 20 P English measure in Parish of Armagh called the District of Eglish and in Co. Armagh” also 10 A 20P in Tullymore & also flax mill in Tullymore with water and water courses. Witness Sam DAVIDSON Gent Attorney & William SPROULL Merchant both of Dungannon, Co. Tyrone.

574

181

386310

1804

OLIVER-OLIVER Marriage settlement fo Lucy daughter of Philip OLIVER & also involving Silver OLIVER & Castle Oliver 1780 Oct 13.

576

19

384828

1804

OLIVER-WEBB

576

391

392184

1806

OLIVER-TRAIL

580

365

398643

1807 Jan 20

OLIVER-HOLMES have

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1807Jan20-OLIVER-HOLMES.html

John OLIVER to James HOLMES (hard to read) Between John OLIVER of Tullysarren County Armagh Farmer of the first part. Rebecca HOLMES & James HOLMES** both of Blackwatertown Co. Armagh of the other ... Whereas Right Honourable James Lord of Charlemount by [?] of lease bearing date of 4th day of November 1761 ... granted to William OLIVER of Mullintur Co. Armagh Gent ... town and lands of Tullysarren formerly in possession of Samuel KNIPE 96 acres 1 rood English statute measure ... to William OLIVER the lessee.Refers to earlier lease 4 Nov 1761 grant to William OLIVER of Mullintur, Co. Armagh Gent all lands of Tullysarren 96 A 1R in Charlemount, Co. Armagh for life and lives of Andrew OLIVER age 13 or thereabouts and Rebecca OLIVER age 15 years, eldest son & daughter of John OLIVER of Tullymore. William OLIVER* is long since dead but before his death .... on 19 day of October 1776 his last will and testament ... left to his nephew William OLIVER of Tullamore  & nephew Andrew OLIVER of Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh land in equal proportion of town and lands of Tullysarren and townlands of Tullysarren in possession of  & the same Andrew OLIVER, William OLIVER shortly after the death of William OLIVER came to a portion of Tullysaren in the posession of John OLIVER ... then John OLIVER for £381.1.3 paid by Rebecca HOLMES & James HOLMES granted the lands of Tullysarren. Witnesses: [?] CALDWELL innkeeper. John TROTER of Mullybeggan, Co. Armagh Farmer. John Lloyd SANDERSON of Blackwatertown, Gent. * probably the William OLIVER who d. 1779, a linen draper. ** p 56 of 2007 diary a marriage bond between Rebecca OLIVER and James HOLMES in 1774.

580

399

399108

1807

OLIVER-BEASLEY

581

273

391833

1806

OLIVER-PARSONS

586

228

307430

1739-1810

OLIVER-CURRY wrong #

589

522

404536

1808 Oct 31

OLIVER-MARR ARTICLE Notes in 2009 diary1807

Thomas OLIVER the elder of Co. Wexford, Gent & Thomas OLIVER the younger of same place, youngest son of said Thomas the elder ... lands of Blempleodigano

596

33

403874

1807

OLIVER-LOWTHER

597

288

406861

1807 May 6

OLIVER-LEE  I have this deed.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1807May6-OLIVER-LEE.htm

NAMES: Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore, Joseph LEE, John PRINGLE, Leonard DOBBIN, Thomas APPLEBY, William BROTHER[S], Robert LIVINGSTON.
See also: OLIVERs of Ballinahonebeg
There are several leases involving the OLIVER family and John PRINGLE. This lease between Joseph OLIVER and Joseph LEE concerns lands in The Kennedies. It is likely connected to the lease on May 8, 1807 between James OLIVER & John PRINGLE.

599

30

411740

1808 Sep 3

OLIVER, Charles, Clerk mentioned Roz McC

600

112

408029

1800-1809

OLIVER, Thomas -RICHARDSON 1808 May relate to 589/522/404536

602

488

414259

1807 Nov 13

OLIVER-McCLELLAND

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1807Nov13-OLIVER-McCLELAND.html

This is a marriage agreement between Margaret OLIVER & Patrick McCLELAND, a linen draper from Co. Monaghan. She was a daughter of David OLIVER of Ballyrea. Other names mentioned: Joseph OLIVER (likely her brother), William OLIVER (likely another brother), Rev. Dr. Henry LESLIE, John LEE, Alexander McCLELAND, James LEE, Rev. John McCREERY, WILSON, Patrick McCABE, Dr. McMURRAY, Samuel McCLELAND, Margaret McCLELAND, Thomas McCLELAND, Benjamin OLIVER and Rev. William HUTCHISON.

607

366

417058

1809 Mar 28

OLIVER-BLACK

James OLIVER of Dewock, Co. Antrim late sergeant in Antrim military & William & John BLACK of Killeny, Co. Londonderry. farmers.

609

269

331???

1739-1810

CRAWFORD-McTEAR Book 45 (1739-1810)

609

498

422694

1809, Oct 30

CURRY to DOBBIN

William CURRY of Aughnacloy & Leonard DOBBIN of Armagh re: mortgage bearing date of 30th day of April 1794 [SEE: 586-228-307430-which was wrong #] made between Joseph OLIVER of Ball[?] now being in the County of Armagh Linen Draper since deceased of the one part & William Curry of the other part. Joseph OLIVER was possessed of the upper half of the Kennedies containing 97 acres or thereabouts by virtue of a lease bearing the date of July 1793 made by and between the College and Corporation of Vicars Choral of the Cathedral of St. Patricks of the one par and Joseph OLIVER then of Kennedies in the County Armagh of the other part, the said Vicars Choral Organist ... [NOTE: Long & hard to read - worth ordering a copy]

631

268

433242

1805, Aug 21

James OLIVER to  William OLIVER

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1805Aug21-JamesOLIVER-WilliamOLIVER.html

This Deed is mentioned in HENRY WILLIAM OLIVER 1807-1888:His Descendants by Henry Oliver Rea. James OLIVER Sr. was born in 1750 and had three sons: Stephen, James & William (all mentioned in the deed). On 31 December 1790, James OLIVER Sr. had leased this land from William IRVINE and apparently transferred it to his son William OLIVER (b. abt 1780) who was farming at "Six Mile Cross" - about six miles from Tattykeel, Co. Tyrone. At the time, both Stephen OLIVER and his father James OLIVER were resident at Corchoney.

Deed of conveyance by James OLIVER of Corconny, Parish of Kildeep?, Co. Tyrone  of the one part and William OLIVER of Lisnae Corss, Co [illegible] and of the said James OLIVER ... that William Junior? Esq. Due by fiduciary? Legacy date the 31st day of Dec 1790 did demure and sell unto the said James OLIVER  all the holding occupied by the said James OLIVER in Tullykeel in the Parish of Killduffs in the Parish of Tyrone containing 13 acres 3.10 perches with the same more or less [?] two days labour  of a man yearly.  To hold to the said James Olliver  his heirs  {/, ?, } from the first day of November then last for the acres of Stephen OLIVER, James OLIVER,  and Wm OLIVER sons of the  of the aforesaid James Olliver party thereto at the yearly rent  of sixteen shillings per acre and one shilling per pound [?] fees. He the Said James OLIVER  in conferring the sum of [pounds]60  to him paid by the said William OLIVER  did thereby sell  {?] transfer and make over to the said William OLIVER his heirs and assign all  [?] property  and Claim whatever to the said part of Tullykist[?]  contianing 13 acres 3.10 perches [?] with the Dwelling House & offices and Houses & appertenances then in the actual possession of Stephen OLIVER to hold to the said Wm OLIVER ... Witnessed by Bernard M’Glane [M’Glone?] & by Andrew Newton of Creagh?

635

148

436175

1811, Jan 20

Charles OLIVER to WEST

Sam Gamble of Gruan [?] & Charles OLIVER of Enniskillen & Mrs.Irwin of Enniskillen all in Co Fermanagh Gent executors in will of Christopher West late of Torryshick, Co Fermanagh decd & of Edward West of Brendrum  (eldest son of legatee) . Witnessed by David Robinson of Mullaghy & [?] Bradford of Enniskillin, both Co Fermanagh.

635

562

44056

1811, Aug 10

William OLIVER to CORMICK

Deed of a Mortgage  between Wm OLIVER of Corkenny in the Parish of Kildrieffs, Co Tyrone, on the one part and William McCormick  Jr. of Tullykeel in parish and County of [Armagh?] [The lands go to McCormick in this deal]

637

463

439689

1811, Sept 7

Thomas OLIVER of Cork Gent eldest son of Thomas OLIVER decd  to  Robert REEVES  lately of Cork decd. RICHARDSON of Cork Wine Merchant

640

359

440211

1811, Apr 8

John OLIVER to OLIVER

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1811Apr8-JohnOLIVER-SamuelOLIVER.html

“... and made between John OLIVER of Tullymore in the Parish & County of Armagh farmer of the one part and Samuel OLIVER of the Town and County of Monaghan Sadler of the other part. Whereby the said John OLIVER for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred pounds Stl to him in kind paid by said Samuel OLIVER did Grant Bargain Sell assign and make over unto the said Samuel OLIVER his heirs and execs Admons [?] all that part of the lands of Tullymore aforesaid then in the possession of the said John OLIVER Gent. 29.2 roods to hold to the said Samuel OLIVER his execs admons [?] ... forever subject to the payment to the said John OLIVER & which deed & this amount are witnessed by John ALFRED, Samuel OLIVER [SEAL] signed and sealed in the presence of James ALFRED, John HEATHER the above named John ALFRED maketh oath & faith that he saw the deed of which Memorial are this [legal blah blah] William WILSON.”

647

388

446356

1810-1812

LEDWICH, William-OLIVER

653

598

454000

1809 Nov 20

OLIVER-HYDES marriage Book 46 (1811-1820)

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1809Nov20_OLIVER-HYDE.html

Deed of Marriage Settlement. William OLIVER of Laragh in Co. Monaghan Gent of the first part & Mary Anne HYDE, widow relict of Clarendon HYDE late of Liver pool – Surgeon decd of the 2nd part & George ROCHE of Warrenpoint, Co. Down & David TOMB of City of Dublin Gent of the 3rd part … an intended marriage between said William OLIVER & Mary Anne HYDE & that she was entitled to a fortune or portion of 500 Sterling also that the said Wm OLIVER was possessed of & intitled unto certain parts of the towns and lands of Laragh & Coracarrow in Co. Monaghan with certain mills theron & was also possessed of and entitled unto certain parts of the Town and Lands of Derryhaw & Ballyrea in the Co. of Armagh which lands and premises are by the deed of which this is a memorial vested by the said William OLIVER in the said Geo ROCHE & David TOMB in trust to secure an annuity or jointure of 50. Witness Wm. FORREST & Robt TURNER both of Warrenpoint, Co. Down Gent. Sworn 8 April 1813 at Newry, Co. Down.

654

185

450450

1812 Oct 17

OLIVER, Charles Silver of Richmond, COR Roz McC

665

488

460173

1809 Mar 20

SCOTT-KIDD NOTES in 2009 diary

John SCOTT of Umgola, Co. Armagh, Gent of the 1st part John PEPPER of City of Dublin, Merchant of 2nd part & Benjamin KIDD of Keady, Co. Armagh Gent of 3rd part. Reciting lease dated 21 April 1796 John OLIVER, Mary OLIVER & Elizabeth OLIVER all then of Ballinahonebeg Co. Armagh son and daughters and also admons & also of Joseph OLIVER of Ballynahonemore deceased demised to John SCOTT ... part of Ballynahonemore in possession of Robert WILSON & then in possession of John, Mary & Elizabeth OLIVER 10A 2.16 .. annexed No 1 with the Manner House outhouse offices ... & mill fall building & improvements, bleach green, bleaching utensils ... more description ... then in possession of Andrew OLIVER [NOTE: The OLIVERs had it by way of a lease from Robert JACKSON] ... Joseph OLIVER of Tullamore... Need to get this deed.

658

93

452847

 

Marriage of Rev. Fr. GERVAISE & Catherine Jane TISDALE of 1st pt…. Benj OLIVER of Killinure of 4th pt. … Francis GERVAISE was paid by Benjamin OLIVER… land transferred to Benj. OLIVER containing 48 acres.

659

284

456004

1813 June 12

OLIVER-McMORRAN NOTE: John HANNA m Matilda McMORRAN

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1813June12_OLIVER-McMORRAN.html

[This memorial was very hard to read] Between John OLIVER of Armagh Gent & Samuel OLIVER of Monaghan, Co. Monaghan sadler of the one part & Robt McMORRAN of Tullymore, Co. Armagh farmer of the other part. John & Samuel OLIVER signed over to Robert McMORRAN 29.2 Acres. Witness Leonard DOBBIN, Armagh

684

85

470423

1807 May 8

PRINGLE to OLIVER 1811-1820

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1807May8_Pringle_Oliver.htm
PRINGLE to OLIVER Pringle and OLIVER 16 January 1815 2 o’clock [and this document witnessed by the Dr[?] Leonard Dobbin [1] and William OLIVER [2] of the City of Armagh and County of Armagh Gent.
Indenture of Lease bearing date the 8th Day of May in the year 1807 and made between John Pringle [3] of Caledon in the County of Tyrone Esquire of the one part and James OLIVER [4] of Enagh [5] in the County of Armagh farmer of the other part - whereby said John Pringle Demesed [?] to said John [Was this an error in transcription? Should it be “James”?] OLIVER all that & those that part of the townland of Enagh situate lying & being in the Co of Armagh aforesaid  then in the tenure & occupant of the said James OLIVER consisting by estimation 29 acres 120 perch English Statute measure be the same moie or Less all which said demese premises are meared & bounded as follows thats to say on the east partly by a stream or [?]vale & partly by land in the possession of Alexander Dobbin [6] , on the west by lands of Aughavilly [7] & Killynure [8] on the north by the road leading from Armagh to Monaghan on the south by  Michael [?] Lynch [9] with all an singular the right member & appl there to belonging or in a any wise appointed as particularly described in the map or survey thereof said lease annexed to hold to - James OLIVER his exec admons & asigns from the first day of May then last for the term of 20 years at the yearly rent of £23.6. payable quarterly in which said lease there is continued and ... for the renewal thereof upon certain terms & Conditions  there is mention which said indenture of lease is [?] by Leonard Dobbin of the City of Armagh & Cory [10] of Armagh Esq & Arthur Hughes [11] of Calledon in the Co of Tyrone Gent and James OLIVER (SEAL) signed sealed and in the presence of Leonard Dobbin, William OLIVER [12]   the above named Leonard Dobbin maketh oath and saith  he is a subscribing to the lease whereof the above writing is a memo & also to the above memo that he saw said lease duly executed by both the parties thereto that he saw said memo duly executed by the above named James OLIVER one of the parties to said lease & that the name Leonard Dobbin  subscribed as a witness  to said lease and memo ... and is the proper name and handwriting of Leonard Dobbin  sworn before me at Armagh in the C of Armagh this 18th day of October 1814 by virtue of a [?] ... Michael McGee [13]

684

85

470424

1815, Jan 16

PRINGLE to OLIVER

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1807May8_Pringle_Oliver.htm

OR

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1806May8-JohnPRINGLE-BenjaminOLIVER.html

Indenture of a Lease bearing date the 2nd  day of May in the year 1807 so made between John PRINGLE of Caledon in the Co. of Tyrone Esq. Of the one part and Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare in the Co. of Armagh farmer of the other part. Whereby the said John PRINGLE Demised to the said Benjamin OLIVER all that and those that part of the townlands of Enagh & Killinure situate lying & being in the tenure & occupation of the said Benjamin OLIVER containing of by estimation 58 acres & 5 perches English statute measure be the same more or less all which said there by Demised Lands & premises are meared & bounded as follows, that is to say on the East partly by a stream or rivulet on the West by William CARSON farm on the north by the lands of Maghery & on the South by the road leading from Armagh to Monaghan with all and singular  the rights, members & appurts thereunto belonging or in any wise appt.g a par of described in the Map thereof [  } said lease annexed to hold to the said Benjamin OLIVER his exec, admons & assigns from the first day of May then last for the term of 20 years at the yearly rent of [pounds] 43.10.2 payable quarterly in which said Lease there is contained a Torties quoties Covenant for the Renewal there of upon Certain terms & Conditions therein mentioned which said Indenture of Lease is Witnessed by Leonard DOBBIN of the City & County of Armagh Esq. & Arthur HUGHES of Caledon in the County of Tyrone, Gent. & this memorial is witnessed by the said Leonard DOBBIN & William OLIVER of the City of Armagh & Co. of Armagh Gent. Benjamin OLIVER [SEAL] ... Michael Magee.

698

367

479075

1815 Sept 2

McTEAR-OLIVER Book 46 (1811-1820) NOTES in 2009 diary NOTE: Need to order this one as well as 479076

Between David McTEAR of Belfast of 1st part & Joseph OLIVER William OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER Gent & Devisees of David OLIVER late of Ballyrea of other part … decree of Majesty’s Court of Chancery … £15.4.10 fines & interest (fines paid & McTEAR released lands) 15A in townland of Laragh.

698

368

479076

1811-1820

McTEAR-OLIVER Book 46 (1811-1820) NOTE: Need to order this one as well as 479075

699

416

479614

1816 Feb 26

JACKSON John junior; Esq of  Crieve, MOG Pre-marriage The groom; charge on his lands only in Co Monaghan Roz McC

NAMES: John JACKSON; John TATLOW of Grover, Co. Cavan; Elizabeth TATLOW; Anthony Tippington TATLOW probably of Bally [?]; Hugh JACKSON of Drumfaldra, Co. Monaghan; John JACKSON of Crieve; Robert KERR; Hugh JACKSON; John JACKSON; Alexander JACKSON; James JACKSON; Rev. Robert SMYTHE aka SMITH of Dillan, Co. Down; Andrew OLIVER of Leuradown aka Corradown, Co. Monaghan; Capt William JOHNSTON; James DUFF; Thomas GOSLIN of Drumruin Lodge, Co. Cavan. OTHER PLACES: Carrickneneeagh.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1816Feb26-KERR-JACKSON.html Transcription thanks to Dawn Lowe

703

174

481909

1816 Jun 10

LATOUCHE-OLIVER 1816-1818

Robert Dudley OLIVER captain Navy re: Fitzwilliam Square

718

267

491002

1817 Aug 13

WHITESIDE-McMURRAN worth a second look Notes in 2009 diary1811-1820

Between James WHITESIDE of Cavanboy, Co. Tyrone, farmer of 1st part & Robert McMURRAN of Tullymore, Co. Armagh, farmer of the other part. McMURRAN paid WHITESIDE £230 for ½ the corn mill & flax mill in townland of Tullymore … term of 7 years ‘’’ premises under lease of Josua McGEOGH.

732

120

499255

1801, Aug 17

September 24, 1818.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1818Sept24_RevJohnOliver.htm

Richard ALDWORTH was the surviving Trustee of will of Rev John OLIVER “late of Coolemore in the City of Cork deced of the first part the Revd John OLIVER Clerk Rector of Swepstone in the City of Leister in Gt Britain eldest son of him at law of the said Revd John OLIVER deced of the 2nd part the sd Revd John OLIVER Robt Duddley OLIVER of Fitzwillan square in the City of Dublin Capn in his majesties Royal Navy Chas Deane OLIVER of Spa Hill in the Sd Coy of Cork Esq. The Rev Silver OLIVER of Loughgall in the Co Armagh clk Nathaniel Wilmott OLIVER Major in his majesties Royal Artillery the Rt Honourable James Lord Vis Lifford Wm DISNEY of Somerset in the City of Dublin Esq Rogers ALDWORTH of the City of Cork esq. Susannah OLIVER then of Somerset in the City of Dublin also of the third part Elizabeth OLIVER of the City of Dublin relict of the Revd John OLIVER died of the 4th part ... [the will goes on to list financial bequests to the aforenamed as well as to mention lands at Glannahaglish in the city of Limerick]

Will sworn 10 Aug 1818 in City of Cork

747

523

508658

1818 May 5

DeGUERIN-LEE, John Marriage Article 1819-1821

Btw John LEE Grocer & Andrew LYLE Jr Brewer both of City of Armagh exors of Joseph LEE late of City of Armagh dec’d of 1st pt & Henry GUERDIN professor of French langage & Jane LEE of said City spinster & eldest daughter of Joseph LEE of 3rd pt & Leonard DOBBIN sr. & Andrew PRENTICE sr. Both of City of Armagh... mtg due to him by Robert COCHRAN Shoemaker of a certain premises in Dobbin Street Armagh together with the sum of 100 pounds due to him by Benjamin OLIVER of Ballyrea in sd Co.... John LEE & Arthur LYLE executors and his wife and Mr. Joseph OLIVER trustees of said will. Witnessed Jane LEE of City of Armagh widow & Joseph OLIVER of Tullamore in Co. Armagh, Gent

750

203

510139

1820 Mar 23

OLIVER-OLIVER

Btw Benjamin OLIVER of Lisluny, Co. Armagh of 1 pt & James OLIVER of  City & Co Armagh only son of the said Benjamin OLIVER of the other part. For 21 pounds 9 shillings transferred to James OLIVER all the lands of Lisluny in possession of Benjamin OLIVER reciting settlement of 46a 2r  bounded on the North by the grat road leading  from Tynan to Keady,  on the east by the townland of Delea & Lishea on the south by he townland of Breaghy and on the west by the Tynan River.Henry GORDON & Lee McINSTRY

761

557

517092

1819-1821

Bartholomew OLIVER to O’MALLEY

765

381

519316

1821 Sept 14

Thomas OLIVER to SAVARD NOTES in 2009 diary 1819-1821

Marriage Settlement between Pierce William DREW then of City of Cork, Esq of 1st part & Thomas OLIVER of Cork Esq. & Elizabeth his only daughter ... lands of Listy[?]

766

321

519856

 

Thomas OLIVER to POLLOCK 1819-1821

780

386

528322

1823 Apr 22

OLIVER-OLIVER

1822-24 Names Index

Deed of Rent charge dated Nov 7, 1822 btw James OLIVER of Killenaul, Co. Tyrone & Anne OLIVER of Lismilladown, Co. Tyrone of the other. Reciting that the James OLIVER was justly and fairly indebted to Anne OLIVER in the sum of 90 pounds & that said James OLIVER was possessed of 14 acres and a half of Land in Lismulladown by virtue of two leases had agreed with Anne OLIVER to grant her one annuity of 8 pounds per year out of said lands WITNESSED: George McWILLIAMS of Lismuladown. & James MAGILL of Aghnasallagh, Co. Tyrone…

781

230

528765

1823 May 14

CURRAN & ors –HARVEY

1822-24 Names Index

Btw Joseph CURRAN late of Lisburn, but now of Belfast, Co. Antrim & Mary  CURRAN otherwise OLIVER his wife…. Town and lands of Cultra, Co. Down.. lots of KENNEDY names as well…

783

283

530018

1823 May 23

OLIVER-HADDEN also OLIVER & MADDEN NOTES in 2009 diary RE: Marriage Articles Book 48 (1821-1825)

Marriage Settlement between Rev. Silver OLIVER Clerk, Rector of Loughgall, Co. Armagh of 1st part & Alicia Maria MADDEN spinster youngest daughter of Samuel MADDEN late of Hilton, Co. Monaghan, Esq. dec’d of 2nd part, etc… (long deed, many lands mentioned) WITNESS Robert Dudley OLIVER, City of Dublin & James DOBSON servant to Charles MADDEN, Esq.

790

345

534280

1824 April 6

OLIVER-McDONNELL1821-1825

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1824Apr6_OLIVER-McDONNELL.html

NOTE: The name BARNETT may be of special interest on account of OLIVER-BARNETT marriage in similar time frame.

James OLIVER of City of Armagh Merchant  for 5s set over Alexander McDONNELL of Belfast Merchant  tenement on the east side of English St formerly in possession of Messrs Hugh & Thomas QUINN. “with the office houses store houses lofts and yard containing in front 22 feet and from front to rear 152 feet with the passage of 9 feet wide in the lane leading from College St to the rear of the premeses [Description follows} .. also mention of an annuity  out of townland of Lislooney then in possession of Benjamin OLIVER father of the said James OLIVER containing by estimation 46 acres & r roods  meared and bounded on the North by the great road leading fom Tynan to Keady on the east by the townland of Delea & Lisheagh on the south by the townland of Beaghy and on the west by Tynan river.... Witness John WALLACE attourney; Matthew BARNETT Gent both of Belfast. James OLIVER [SEAL} 3rd April 1824

791

20

534555

1824 Mar 10

OLIVER-MAHON-HOWARD Notes in 2009 diary

Elizabeth OLIVER was the executrix for Catherine Baroness, Mount Sandford. Not pertinent.

791

289

534824

1824 Apr 2

McCULLAGH-LEE Notes in 2009 diary 1821-1825

Between Samuel McCULLAGH of Cladymore Parish, Parish of Mullaghnbrack, Co. Armagh, merchant & Oliver LEE of City of Armagh (son-in-law) of said Samuel McCULLAGH … lands of Mowellan, lands lately in the possession of Samuel McCULLAGH [given over to LEE] 14 acres, Manor of Toaghy, Co. Armagh. WITNESS: Samuel TAYLOR & Samuel McCULLAGH both of Cladymore.

792

310

535445

1824 May 28

LYLE-OLIVER 1821-1825 Notes in 2009 diary

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1824May28_LYLE-OLIVER.html

Deed between Andrew LYLE of City & Co Armagh Merchant of the one part & Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore Co. Armagh Gent of the other part.. refers to Indenture of Mortgage of the land of the Kennedies. 6 May 1807 executed by the said Joseph OLIVER to Joseph LEE. Joseph LEE is now dead but in his will, he appointed John LEE and Andrew LYLE  execs & since John LEE is also dead, Andrew LYLE is the sole exec.. SO, for £52 LYLE made over to Joseph OLIVER  94  30 pacres English measure in the Kennedies. WITNESS James ARMSTRONG of Dublin. Esq. & James WATT of Dublin

794

222

536557

1822 Feb 27

McCRUM-KINCAID marriage article Notes in 2009 diary

Between Nathanial McCRUM of City of Armagh, Merchant of 1st part & Miss Jane KINKAID, spinster, younger daughter of John KINKAID Senior of Newtownhamilton, Co. Armagh, Gent of 2nd Part & Hugh GARMANY of Ternacrow in Co. Monaghan, Gent & John KINKAID, jr. of Newtownhamilton, brother of Jane of the 3rd part. Lands mentioned: Cavanagarvan, Derryhinnet & also the Mills and Lands of Lisbano, Co. Armagh possessed by Nathanial McCRUM (lots of details about ££) WITNESS: John SCOTT & James OLIVER of Enagh, Co. Armagh, farmer.

799

209

539544

1824 Feb 29

OLIVER, Nathaniel, Major. OLIVER, Silver Rev. Assignment. 267 acres at Glanahagalish, LIM Roz McC

806

252

543787

1825 Sep 7

MONTGOMERY-OLIVER NOTES in 2009 diary Book 48 (1821-1825)

Between Francis MONTGOMERY of Belfast, Dr. of Medicine, only son & heir of Rev. William MONTGOMERY formerly of Ballyeaston, Co. Antrim deceased of 1st part. Charles OLIVER, Henry OLIVER & Thomas OLIVER Esq. & Roswell Lynan COLT Esq. & Maragert COLT orse OLIVER his wife and Emily OLIVER spinster all of the City of Baltimore, USA & James CRAIG & John Charles CRAIG both of Philadelphia, USA, Esq. & Nicholas RIDDLE of Philadelphia, USA Esq. Jane RIDDLE orse CRAIG his wife of 2nd part & Robert OLIVER formerly of Trooperfield, Co. Down afterwards of Belfast but then of Baltimore … MONTGOMERY sold several townlands in Monaghan to OLIVERs who sold them to Robert OLIVER: Coviallin, Annamartin, Togan, Drumgairiagh, Mulladoe orse Blackhill orse Smithborough, Coolsallagh, Mullebrack, Coolalty, Annya, Maghry, Cor Gortneagh, Clenlaugh, Cornebane otherwise Balnekinty with the fairs and markets thereunto belonging.

815

166

549101

1825-1827

OLIVER, Charles & Anne-MARR (NOTE: There ar more such links in 1828-1832)

1826 May 4 Marriage settlement btw Robert Rogers ALDWORTH  of Newmarket House, Co. Cork  of 1st pt & rev John ADWORTH 2nd son or Robert Rogers ALDWORTH of 2nd pt. Charles Deane OLIVER of [?] Hill,  Co. Limerick and Anne, on of Charles’ daughters

824

423

554758

1827 May 30

OLIVER-ORR

Wm OLIVER, Gent of Nassau St., City of Dublin of 1 pt. & Wm ORR of Dame St., Dublin, painter & glazier ORR 2 dwelling house etc on south side of Townsene St often called Lazer’s Hill, Parish of St. Marks, Co Dublin… for 300 pounds sterling transferred to ORR…

826

128

555663

1824 Jul 13

Memorial of deed dated Oct 6, 1820 btw Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore, Co. Armagh, Gent of 1st pt. Benjamin OLIVER of Ballyrea in same Co of Armagh Gent, brother of said Joseph OLIVER. Of 2nd pt. William OLIVER of Laragh, Co. Monaghan, Gent brother of said Joseph & Benjamin of 3rd pt… gives boundaries and refers to two mills on Laragh that brothers built & David McTEAR of Belfast. NOTE: Worth ordering.

831

523

559058

 

OLIVER-NOLAN  

838

345

562923

1828 Aug 21

JACKSON-McWILLIAMS

John JACKSON of Armagh & William McWILLIAMS part of townland of Ballinahonebeg upwards of 46 acres previously held by Arthur OLIVER dec’d  and before that in possession of Charles SEAVER dec’d ... incl bleach green mills weir etc formerly in possession of John OLIVER Mary OLIVER & Elizabeth OLIVER... witness Alexander John DOBBIN....

838

347

562925

1828 Aug 21

DOBBIN, Leonard-McWILLIAM NOTES in 2009 diary 1819-1832

John JACKSON City & Co. Armagh, Esquire of 1st part Leonard DOBBIN of said City Esq. Of 2nd part & William McWILLIAMS of said City Esq. Of 3rd part ... JACKSON set to McWILLIAMS with consent of Leonard DOBBIN part of Ballinahonebeg “as first in the tenure of Thomas OATES deceased & afterwards in the occupation of then the said Leonard DOBBIN & William McWILLIAMS and now occupied by McWILLIAMS and undertenants. WITNESS: Alexander John DOBBIN, Gent one of the attorneys; Andrew MOZIER, apothecary both of City of Armagh.

838

347

562925

1828 Aug 21

JACKSON-McWILLIAMS

John JACKSON of City & Co Armagh & Leonard DOBBIN... part of townland of Ballinahonebeg in possession of Thomas OATES dec’d and afterwards by Leonard DOBBIN & William McWILLIAMS dec’d

851

371

569371

1828

McCLELLAND, John- LESLIE & Wife

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1829Oct20-McCLELLAND-LESLIE.html

NAMES: David LESLIE of Sallyvale; Sarah McCLELLAND; John McCLELLAND; William & Robert FORSYTH; David JOHNSTON; Isaiah OLIVER of Derryroosk; Charles MOORE. OTHER PLACES: Millmore aka Moyle More; Millbeg aka Moyle Beg; Derry; Mullinary & Mullinary Glebe; Edenbrone; Corkeeran; Tamlat

862

208

574708

1830 Aug 14

Memorial of deed bearing date 17 June 1830 btw Benjamin OLIVER of Lisluny , Parish of Tynana, Co. Armagh, Gent of 1st part & James OLIVER of Lisluny, Gent, aforesaid only son of Benjamin OLIVER  of 2nd pt Miss Letitia SIMPSON of Killane Cottage in said Co, youngest daughter of William SIMPSON, late of Carrowreagh, Co. Armagh, Gent deceased. Of 3rd pt. & James WAUGH of Cavanreagh, Co. Armagh  & James McCURDY of Glasslough, Co. Monaghan, Merchant… marriage to be had between James OLIVER & Letitia SIMPSON…. 6 a , bounded on North by Great Tynan river…Barony of Farny, Co Armagh.. WITNESSES: William SIMPSON of Killeen, Co Armagh, Farmer; John STITT, Tynan, Co Monaghan, famer…

869

269

578269

1831 Mar 31

ALDWORTH-OLIVER

 Rev Silver OLIVER of Loughgall, Armagh & Alicia Maria OLIVER orse MADDEN his wife. Youngest daughter of Samuel MADDEN late of Hilton, Co. Monaghan.

874

298

580788

1831, Aug 19

OLIVER, Nathaniel & Elizabeth  -MARR

Curiously – this is the above record in the names index, but the deed is:BROWNE-MOORE & ors

Btw Robert BROWNE of Terlugan, Co. Tyrone, Gent of 1st part. John MOORE of Blessingotn St., City of Dublin, Gent & att of law of 2nd pt.reciting lease Apr10 1697 btw James MOORE of Aughnacloy, Co. Tyrone Esq. of 1 pt & William DOUGLAS Gent of Horse to the Duke of Queensbury of other pt…. land became vested in james BROWNE late of Terlugan, Gent dec’d… 1 Sept 1794, James made will & bequeathed to son Robert BROWNE…

875

429

581429

1831Aug 30

OLIVER, Elizabeth & Nathaniel – MARR

Nathanial OLIVER, Lieut Col in Royal Artillary then resideing at Ballincolly, Co. Cork of 1st pt. Eliza OLIVE spinster then also residing at Ballincolly, only child of said Nathaniel by his then late wife Eliza Susanna OLIVER orse BAXTER. Dec’d of 2nd pt.

 

 

Year

File

Mem

Date

Transcription & Notes

1836

3

103

1836 Feb

OLIVER-McKNIGHT

OLIVER, Henry, Mary, Sarah, Eliza, Jane Robert – McKNIGHT

Between Henry OLIVER of Tannybake, Co. Down, Cotton Weaver of 1st ptMary OLIVER & Sarah OLIVER of Tannybrake, Co. Down spinsters James LANG of Lisburn, Co. Antrim weaver & Elizabeth LANG otherwise OLIVER his wife; John HEANEY of Tannybake, Co. Down weaver and Jane HEANEY otherwise OLIVER his wife of  2nd pt… Robert OLIVER of Tannybrake of 4th pt. Henry OLIVER deceased was possessed of that piece of land on south side of bridge St., Lisburn, parish of Lisburn alias Blaris Barony of Upper Massarene… Henry OLIVER made his will dated June 8 1827 & devised said property to his son, Henry OLIVER….lives were all names of royalty…

1836

15

80

1836 Aug 16

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1836Aug16_LESLIE-OLIVER.html Deed of assignment between Nathaniel LESLIE of Leslie Hall in Co. Armagh, Gent of the one part Joseph OLIVER & Benjamin OLIVER both of Ballyrea in Co. Armagh Gent of the second part. OLIVERs sold to David LESLIE part of the town and lands of Drumcanver formerly in possession of William LESLIE deceased & thereto held & enjoyed by Nathanial LESLIE in Manor of Loghey [?] Barony & Co. of Armagh 35 acres 2 r 30p in possession of Camack & Henry Mahallam. Witness Bernard McCARTEN & Thomas REILLY, Co. Monaghan.

1837

10

56

1837 May 24

OLIVER, William & Joseph - Belfast Bank

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1837May24_OLIVER-BelfastBank.html

Wm. OLIVER of Laragh, Co. Monaghan Gent & Joseph OLIVER of Laragh, son of William Gent of the one part & [3 directors] Belfast Banking Company for £450.13.11 secured by 50 acres of the townland of Laragh adjoining the western of the two mills erected by Joseph, William & Benjamin OLIVER & as formerly laid off by them and formerly in the actual possession of the said William OLIVER bounded on the north by the road to Castleblayney on the south by the mill race and on the east by the other of the said bleachmills and greens and on the west by the other part of the townland of Laragh [?] in the possession of the said Joseph, William and Benjamin OLIVER and also 5 acres 3 roods and 29 ½ of bog situate and being in the said townland of Laragh & Clonecarrow and also all that and those 15 acres adjoining the [?] of said two mills. [more description]

1837

11

185

1837 June 12

OLIVER- Ulster Bank

See 1837-10-56. This is another Laragh mortgage this time with the Ulster Bank for £510 for the same lands.

1839

18

266

1839 Oct 1

OLIVER, Charles

... Charles OLIVER & Thomas OLIVER of Baltimore named as trustees in will of Robert OLIVER of Baltimore but previously of Troopersfield...Charles OLIVER eldest son & heir at law of Robert OLIVER ...... annuities for widows and children of Presbyterian ministers ...

1839

18

287

1839 Oct 1

OLIVER, Thomas

Btw Robert Morgan GIBBS, Charles OLIVER & Thomas OLIVER all of Baltimore in the United States  Esq. Last will & Testament of Robert OLIVER of Troopersfield then of Baltimore dec’d .. lots of lands in Barony & Co Monaghan...

1840

14

26

 

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1840Apr6_OLIVER-OLIVER.html

Deed of Settlement 6 April 1840 between Andrew OLIVER of Enagh , Co. Armagh Farmer of the first part Mary Jane OLIVER otherwise HAYES wife of the said Andrew OLIVER of the second part. William OLIVER jr of Killynure , Co. Armagh farmer, brother of the said Andrew OLIVER & James HAYES of Magherry Kilcranny, Co. Armagh father of the said Mary Jane OLIVER ... the trustees named by Andrew OLIVER and Mary Jane OLIVER £200 to Andrew OLIVER paid by James HAYES..

1842

12

26

1842 June 8

William OLIVER- David LESLIE

Indented deed of conveyance bearing date 12 Jan 1835 btwWilliam OLIVER of Laragh, Gent of 1 pt & David LESLIE of Drumaconver, Co. Monaghan of other pt. recited 2 indentures of lease 2 Sept 1815 btw David McTEAR of 1 pt & Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore, , Co. Armagh, Gent; the said William OLIVER &  Benjamin OLIVER….

1842

23

53

1842 Nov 17

OLIVER, William - LESLIE, David

A complicated deed  Need order

1843

8

159

1843 May 18

OLIVER, Andrew & William - HANNAH, John  I have this deed.

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1843May18_OLIVER-HANNA.html

Deed of Settlement between Andrew OLIVER of Brootally, Co. Armagh of the first part. William OLIVER of Brootally, Co. Armagh, Uncle of the said Andrew OLIVER of the second part the said William OLIVER and Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore in the Co of Louth former trustees named in a certain deed of assignment bearing date 2 Sept 1841 of the third part. Anne HANNA of Tarakane, Co. Armagh spinster, 3rd daughter of William HANNA late of Taraskane aforesaid farmer, deceased of the fourth part and John HANNA of Taraskane (Faraskane?] aforesaid a trustee names and appointed to and for the several uses  .. of the 5th par. Whereby after reciting ... that a marriage was there intended to be shortly had and solemnized between the said Andrew OLIVER, therefore William OLIVER and Andrew Coulter BRADFORD granted to John HANNA Brootally lands .. 25 acres 3 roods 10 perches as described in the lease 1 Nov 1828 between Maxwell CLOSE of Elm Park, Co. Armagh & James OLIVER of Brootelly in parish of Derrynoose ... lands of Killylea 18 acres 2 perches, parish of Tynan as described in the lease of 15 Aug 1830 made between Sir James Maxwell STRONG of Tynan House, Co. Armagh Bart & Henry Samuel CLOSE & John Tew AMSTRONG, both of the City of Dublin esq., executors of John MAXWELL, late of Fellows Hall Co. Armagh of the one part and William OLIVER of the other part. Witnesses: William OLIVER the younger of Brootelly, Co. Armagh, farmer & Saul HANNA of Terreskane, City of Armagh, Farmer. Witness David SCARLETT of Tynan, Co. Armagh. NOTE: There was a marriage bond between OLIVER, Andrew & HANNA Anne p. 55 of 2007 diary)

1844

7

51

 

OLIVER, William - LESLIE, David

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1844July21_OLIVER-LESLIE.html

OLIVER in consideration of £2278 & interest granted land of Laragh & Carnecarrow to David LESLIE. Lands formerly held and enjoyed by David OLIVER (original lease 1775) Witness Joseph OLIVER of Laragh, Gent & George SADLER.

1845

14

26

1840 April 6

OLIVER, Andrew - OLIVER, William

Deed of Settlement 6 April 1840 between Andrew OLIVER of Enagh, Co. Armagh Farmer of the first part Mary Jane OLIVER otherwise HAYES wife of the said Andrew OLIVER of the second part. William OLIVER jr of Killynure, Co. Armagh farmer, brother of the said Andrew OLIVER & James HAYES of Magherry Kilcranny, Co. Armagh father of the said Mary Jane OLIVER ... the trustees named by Andrew OLIVER and Mary Jane OLIVER £200 to Andrew OLIVER paid by James HAYES..

1846

10

66

1846 June 10

OLIVER, Catherine - KEENAN, Phillip

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1846June10_OLIVER-KEENAN.html

Between Elizabeth GUNNING of Armagh, Co. Armagh spinster of the first part, Catherine OLIVER of Armagh aforesaid widow executrix of Joseph OLIVER late of Ballymore in the Co. Armagh, Gent deceased of the econd part & Phillip KEENAN of Armagh, Co. Armagh, Hotel keeper (then some confusing legal language where it seems that Elizabeth GUNNING possibly with help from Catherne OLIVER) sold to Philip KEENAN land formerly in the possession of David OLIVER deceased in townland of Derryhaw, Parish of Tynan (it seems the land was mortgaged to some extent) refers to 1804 April 20 lease. Witness Jacob BARRETT & John McKEE both Gents of Armagh.

1850

20

90

1850 Dec 21

OLIVER, Turner B

OLIVER, Hugh – FLETCHER, Thomas Henry

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1850Dec21_OLIVER-FLETCHER.html

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.

1852

17

148

 

OLIVER, Turner Barrett

7 perches of land to the Dublin & Wicklow Railway.

1853

10

61

 

OLIVER, Turner B

1853

10

214

1853 Apr 16

OLIVER, Benjamin & Letitia - DOBBIN, I have this deed

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1853Apr16_OLIVER-DOBBIN.html

George Killen CAMPBELL of Portnaghy Co. Monaghan administrator of Benjamin OLIVER late of Lislooney. He seems to be the father of James OLIVER of Lislooney & Letitia OLIVER (née SIMPSON) wife of James OLIVER parents of Benjamin Robert OLIVER eldest son of James & Letitia. James & Letitia indenture of marriage 1830 June 18. Mentions Leonard DOBBIN of Gardiners Place, Dublin Esq. Lislooney, estate of Woodpark, Manor of Caledon formerly demised by indenture 1788 Feb 6 to & in posession of Arthur OLIVER & Benjamin OLIVER & lately in the possession of James OLIVER refers to lease 6 Feb 1788 renewed 13 April 1829 & a debt judgement 1822 against Benjamin OLIVER for £400 to John BURNS. Witness Henry Leslie PRENTICE of Caledon.

1857

23

244

1850-1859

OLIVER, Catherine - KEENAN, Judith

1860

23

248

 

OLIVER, Turner - THOMPSON, Acheson

1864

32

240

 

OLIVER, Alexander

1872

9

161

 

OLIVER, Elizabeth - KENNY, Edward

1873

46

101

1873 Dec 31

OLIVER, Mary Jane - DICKIE C

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1873Dec31_OLIVER-DICKIE.html

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

1877

16

263

 

OLIVER, Elizabeth - WILSON, Thomas Notes in 2009 diary

1877

60

259

1877 Apr 14

OLIVER-WILSON Notes in 2009 diary

Between Elizabeth OLIVER presently residing at Ballymascanlon Cottage in Co. Louth, widow of the 1st part & John McILWAINE of Newry, Co. Louth Gent of the 2nd part & Thomas WILSON of Ballymascanlon Cottage, Co. Louth of 3rd part (Maria CRAWLEY, sister of  Elizabeth OLIVER was married to Thomas WILSON) ... in consideration of 10 shillings paid to Elizabeth OLIVER by said Thomas WILSON ... she, Eliza OLIVER by said Thomas WILSON did grant ... to Thomas WILSON .. (her) undivided 5th share or part, or other her estate & interest of or in the rents and profits of said lands of Clontygord containing 693A 1R 33P called Clontygora North & that part of the lands of Clontygora South containing 552A 16P in Parish of Killeavay, Barony of Upper Orier & Co. Armagh & also that part of the lands of Edentobber containing 446A 6P Barony of Lower Dundalk, Co. Louth ... arising out of the said lands and charged theron by the will of the said Launcelot COULTER deceased and also all that the said sum of £1000 costs at present in the hands of the said Thomas WILSON being the actual and proper money of the said Elizabeth OLIVER ... upon trust for the said Elizabeth OLIVER ... until the intended marriage (what marriage???) WITNESS: Thomas CAREY of Newry, solicitor; William STINSON of Newry, book keeper.

1880

60

259

1880 Dec 20

OLIVER, John - ARMSTRONG, Henry B Notes in 2009 diary

OLIVER, William

In consideration of £350 by Henry Bruce ARMSTRONG of Killilea, Co. Armagh. Esq pd to John OLIVER … and of Trustee William OLIVER owner and petitioner and of David JACKSON and others … grant to ARMSTRONG part of lands of Lisdrummond containing 66A 2R 4P … lands of Drumgar 1A 34 P excepted by the 36th Division of Trinity College Dublin Leasing & Perpetuity Oct 1851. Excepted from Sir James Matthew STRONG … former conveyance of said lands 16 Feb 1869 between STRONG & William OLIVER & Thomas OLIVER … (relating to) indenture 15 Sept 1837 between Rev Joseph LEATHLY of the one part & William OLIVER & Thomas OLIVER of the other part. Schedule included:

Part of the lands of Lisdrummond [66.2.4], the lands of Knockagraphy [24.3.6] & part of lands of Drumgarr [1.0.34]. Tenant: William KNIPE-Robert KNIPE£150. Agreement dated 5 Nov 1867 between William OLIVER of the one part & Robert KNIPE of the other part … (lots of detail). WITNESS: Edward ARCHER. (NOTE: see Chart p104 2009 black diary)

1896

61

74

1896 Sept 24

Part of the lands of Gortmellon cont. 146 a 3r 5p in Barony of Strabane, Co. Tyrone, held in fee simple by William OLIVER of Gortmellon Dunemanagh, Co. Tyrone, farmer.

1897

8

277

1897 Feb 8

OLIVER, Andrew C.B. – BRAWLY

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1897Feb8_OLIVER-BRAWLEY.html Andrew Coulter Bradford OLIVER of Ballyscandle, Co. Armagh Farmer for £140 from William BRAWLEY of Terreskane. Andrew Coulter Bradford OLIVER assigned 11 acres 14 p of the farm at Ballyscandle.

1897

14

283

1897 Feb 26

OLIVER, Andrew C.B. – GILLESPIE

http://www.thesilverbowl.com/documents/1897Feb26_OLIVER-GILLESPIE.html

Between David GILLESPIE of Armagh, Merchant and Andrew Coulter Bradford OLIVER of Ballybrockey, Co. Armagh, Farmer for £50 GILLESPIE assigned to OLIVER part of Lisbane 10 acres 2 roods 25 perches in the Parish of Eglish.

1898

55

219

1898 Aug 3

Indenture btw Mary OLIVER of Lismullydown in Co of Tyrone, spinster of 1st part & Jane OLIVER, widow and Andrew OLIVER farmer, both of Lismullydown of 2nd pt.William MILLAR of Stillao farmer, James CADDOO of Tullygiven farmer & Eliza GRAY of Gortmeron widow  all in Co of Tyrone of  3rd pt. Rev Daniel MANDERSON Presbyterian Minister of Minterburn of 4th pt…for 88 pounds released of townland of Lismullydoon previously in occupation of James OLIVER deceased cont 35 acres, Parish of Aghaloo,…

1900

41

202

1900 Jun 20

Lands of Drumkirk cont. 65.1.25 stature measure. Ownership: James OLIVER of Drumkirk Augher, Co. Tyrone, farmer.

1900

82

209

1900 Dec 22

OLIVER, David – MAGAHAN

Mtg. btw David OLIVER of Lurgan, Co. Armagh retired Grocer. & Fred W. MAGAHAN of Lurgan, Clerk of petty sessions…. Piece of building round in front to Union Street 20 in front & rear & 120 ft deep.

1903

26

6

1903 Apr 9

John James OLIVER, farmer of Magheraerigan, Co. Tyrone of 1 pt & James LONG of Ballysally, Coleraine, Co. Londonderry, farmer. OLIVER had transferred 30 Sept 1875 part of town and lands of Carncoran Glebe, Barony of West Omagh, Co. Tyrone cont 20 acres. Now in possession of Mary Jane KERR in townland of Magheracreggan… held by James OLIVER under Duke of Abercorn for yearly rent of 27 pounds in Parish of Ardstraw, Barony of Strabane, Co. Tyrone…

 

 

 

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