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The chart beneath includes links to all of the deeds research and newspaper transcriptions that I have done to date that concern the OLIVERs of Armagh. More are to come, but I am sharing them now so others can get a leg up with their lines.
Sharon Oddie Brown. September 11, 2015
Updated September 12, 2015
Updated September 13, 2015. Added 1864 Gruffiths Valuations.
Update: September 18, 2005: Thomas OLIVER 1670.
Update: September 23, 2015. Numerous additions.

 

OLIVERs OF ARMAGH
Sort by: Year.

I have repeated many parts of the data in this table under different names and places so that the links between different people and places are evident when different sort criteria are used. This sort is by date, but the chart can be copied and sorted by Townland, for example. This would help to ascertain the length of time that a given family has been in any one place. A sort by Parish gives a rough idea (only rough – they may have also been in neighbouring parishes) of how long they may have been in the region.

OLIVERs from Monaghan, Tyrone, Fermanagh etc are in another table, which I am still working on. They have close legal and business relationships, and in most cases family ties with the OLIVERs of Armagh.

 

There is also more to add to this table. I have not yet included all my known BMDs. I did include the early ones from the Parish of Eglish because I am still trying to connect those OLIVERs to particular townlands – likely some are connected to the first OLIVERs at Ballydoo, others to nearby Mullintur or Tullysarren.

 

One resource that has been useful for some of the OLIVER lines starting in the mid 1600s in Tyrone and Armagh has been HENRY WILLIAM OLIVER 1807-1888: His Descendants by Henry Oliver Rea. Privately published in Tyrone, 1959. It is important to heed his caveat: There is not extant sufficient documentation to prove absolutely that James Oliver was English, that he was the progenitor of the Oliver family in County Tyrone, and that the presence of this family in Ireland dates from Ulster Plantation days; but there is no extant documentation, which disproves any of these statements[1]. Rather, a combination of existing official records, church registers, traditional family history, and circumstantial evidence (locale, dates, recurrence of Christian names in succeeding generations) strongly support the above-mentioned descent.

 

A caution: I have yet to update all the footnotes in all the deeds and newspaper accounts that I have transcribed and which have links in this document. The most reliable source when it comes to being up to date is the gedcom that I continue to update at rootsweb.

 

A 2nd caution: Names of townlands shift, as do the boundaries of parishes. For example:

·       Kildarton Civil Parish was formed after 1851 out of the civil parishes of Loughgall, Armagh, Mullaghbrack and Lisnadill, therefore, there is not a specific listing for it in the Topograhical Dictionary of Ireland, since it was written by Samuel Lewis in 1837.  Also, you won't find it in the SeanRuad.com index because it is based on the townlands found in the 1851 Census of Ireland. SOURCE: IGP – Parish of Kildarten

·       The Hearth Rolls of Armagh for 1664 (see description at PRONI) show Stephen & William OLIVER residing or owning land at the townland of Ballyduffe and Andrew OLIVER at SherranmcAghully. None of these townland names are current, but SherranmcAghully is now known as Farmacaffley, Parish of Lisnadill and Ballyduffe is known as Ballydoo, Parish of Eglish (thanks to Kay Muhr, a senior fellow researcher with the Northern Ir eland Place-Name Project at Queens University. Ballydoo is in the southern part of the Parish of Eglish - a few small townlands south of Mullinture. Farmacaffley is still known for its point-to-point horse races, likely a pastime of OLIVERs from centuries ago.

  • Tullymore was also known as Aghelin - according to an ad in 1866 for the sale after the death of Osborne KIDD.

 

Oliver townlands map
This map is merely to show proximity. NOTE: The cluster of townlands with numbers just west of "CORPORATION" include Umgola, Ballycrummy, and Ballyrea - where more than a century's worth of OLIVER's lived (and in some cases, continue to live). I have yet to colour in other "Oliver" townlands which I learned about since I first cobbled together my very amateur map, townlands such as Ballynahonemore, Cavanacaw, Lisbanoe... etc.

 

  

Year

Town

Parish

Name

Notes

1663

Ballydoo

Eglish

OLIVER, Stephen

Alleged to be a son of George OLIVER of Tattykeel, Co. Tyrone; householder in Armagh. HENRY WILLIAM OLIVER 1807-1888: His Descendants by Henry Oliver Rea. Privately published in Tyrone, 1959. See also Hearth Rolls of 1663.

1663

Ballydoo

Eglish

OLIVER, William

Alleged to be a son of George OLIVER of Tattykeel, Co. Tyrone; householder in Armagh. HENRY WILLIAM OLIVER 1807-1888: His Descendants by Henry Oliver Rea. Privately published in Tyrone, 1959. See also Hearth Rolls of 1663.

1663

Farmacaffley

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Andrew

Alleged to be a son of George OLIVER of Tattykeel, Co. Tyrone; householder in Armagh. HENRY WILLIAM OLIVER 1807-1888: His Descendants by Henry Oliver Rea. Privately published in Tyrone, 1959. See also Hearth Rolls of 1663. NOTE: SherranmcAghully is now known as Farmacaffley

1670 ? ? OLIVER, Thomas In August 1670, there is mention of a Thomas OLIVER as a witness in Settlement and Survival on an Uster Estate: The Brownlow Leasebook 1667-1711. Ed. R.G. Gillespie. Belfast 1988.

1670

Farmacaffley

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William

Born son of Andrew OLIVER; brother of Eliza (OLIVER) VANCE Eglish, Co. Armagh OR Tattykeel, Co. Tyrone. SOURCE: HENRY WILLIAM OLIVER 1807-1888: His Descendants by Henry Oliver Rea. Privately published in Tyrone, 1959. NOTE: SherranmcAghully is now known as Farmacaffley. Caveat: ANDREW OLIVER OF TATTYKEEL. About the year 1700, Eliza, daughter of Andrew Oliver of Tattykeel, married John Vance, a member of a prominent family in Castlecaulfield. This is the only official record of Andrew Oliver of Tattykeel. However, circumstantial and non-authenticated evidence gives credence to a theory that Andrew was the son of George Oliver of Tullyhogue. In an “Account of William Oliver and his descendants”, written in 1903 by an unnamed elderly relative in Ireland, it is stated that Stephen, William, Eliza, and another sister came to Tattykeel from Scotland about 1720; also, that another brother named Andrew immigrated to County Armagh at the same time. Obviously, this information is incorrect as to date and relationship; and almost certainly incorrect in the statement that Andrew Oliver, brother of William and Stephen, remained in County Armagh. However, the author's recollection of relationship between Andrew of County Armagh and Stephen and William of Tattykeel supports a belief that Andrew of Tattykeel, ca. 1700 and Andrew of County Armagh in 1664 were one and the same person. In 1664, Andrew, William, and Stephen Oliver of County Armagh were taxed for " 1 hearth each "; while there are no Olivers on the Hearth Money Rolls for County Tyrone, 1663--1669. It is quite likely that Andrew, Stephen, and William Oliver were sons of George Oliver of Tullyhogue Manor, and at the time of the Siege of 1641 they fled or were taken to County Armagh. Inclusion in the Hearth Money Rolls in 1664 is evidence that all were married. Sometime before 1700, Andrew and his family came to County Tyrone and settled in the townland of Tattykeel, a short distance from Andrew's birthplace, Tullyhogue. He may have been the oldest of the brothers, and childhood recollections may have prompted his return. William, Stephen, Eliza, and an unnamed sister, mentioned in the “Account of William Oliver”. may refer to the children of Andrew Oliver. There are no records of this early date for either the parish of Kildress (Tyrone) or Eglish parish (Armagh), and 1742 is the earliest date in the " Index to Armagh (diocese) Licence Bonds up to 1858 " under the name Oliver. Probably, Andrew was born sometime between 1628 and 1630.

1703

Mullintur

Eglish

OLIVER, Jane

mention by Archbishop – also Mary & William.

1703

Mullintur

Eglish

OLIVER, Mary

mention by Archbishop – also William & Jane

1703

Mullintur

Eglish

OLIVER, William

mention by Archbishop – also Mary & Jane. NOTE: At this point, I suspect he is William OLIVER (abt 1670-1726)

1706

Brootally

Derrynoose

OLIVER, William

Lease aka Brootely. NOTE: This is merely three years after the mention of a William at Mullintur, close enough to suspect a link. I also have this source under suspicion. It may be the result of a transcription error. The OLIVER name does not show up here in the 1664 Hearth Rolls.

1714

Mullintur

Eglish

OLIVER, Thomas

PRONI T/729/1A… closed for conservation. NOTE: Found at Armagh Museum: A Return of the tenant names of the Town of Armagh returned at Manor Court held by the Archbishop of Armagh in 1714 – also the chief undertenants.

Thomas Oliver #929 Undertenant of James Johnston, Gent

1714

Mullintur

Eglish

OLIVER, William sr

PRONI T/729/1A… closed for conservation. NOTE: Found at Armagh Museum: A Return of the tenant names of the Town of Armagh returned at Manor Court held by the Archbishop of Armagh in 1714 – also the chief undertenants

Wm Oliver sr. #927 Undertenant of James Johnston, Gent

1714

Mullintur

Eglish

OLIVER, William jr.

PRONI T/729/111 p. 134 rent rolls – see Wm & Thomas – probably Mullintur. NOTE: Found at Armagh Museum: A Return of the tenant names of the Town of Armagh returned at Manor Court held by the Archbishop of Armagh in 1714 – also the chief undertenants.

Wm Oliver jr #928 Undertenant of James Johnston, Gent

1714

Cavanaballaghy

Eglish

Oliver, Andrew

NOTE: A Return of the tenant names of the Town of Armagh returned at Manor Court held by the Archbishop of Armagh in 1714 – also the chief undertenants. Cavanabelaghie

Chief Tenant. Capt Jas, MANSON. Par of Armagh 5 1/2 miles from the Church. Undertenant #440 Andrew Oliver

1718

Lislooney

Tynan

Oliver, William

1718 June 11 * NAMES: George JOHNSTON of Ballynameta aka Wood Park; William OLIVER of Lislooney; William SCOTT; and Francis SCOTT of Killalea, Parish of Tynan; John SCOTT of Armagh City; John HAMILTON; J.A. MANSON. OTHER PLACES: Enagh.

1726

Mullintur

Eglish

OLIVER, William

Probate of William OLIVER (abt 1670-1726) – prob born at Farmacaffley.

1727

Legar Hill

Armagh

OLIVER, Andrew

Mullaghrive, Probate- possibly resident in Co. Tyrone. NOTE: My hunch is that Mullaghrive is where the current Mullacreevie Park Road is, in the townland of Legar Hill, Armagh.

1738

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Benjamin

1738 February 6 NAMES: Nicholas JOHNSTON of Woodpark; Arthur OLIVER of Ballynahonebeg; Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney; Andrew OLIVER; Elizabeth Maria OLIVER; James OLIVER; Alexander McILROY. Brothers & sisters:  Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney; Andrew OLIVER; Elizabeth Maria OLIVER; James OLIVER; Alexander McILROY

1738

Ballynahonebeg

Armagh

OLIVER, Arthur

1738 February 6 NAMES: Nicholas JOHNSTON of Woodpark; Arthur OLIVER of Ballynahonebeg; Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney; Andrew OLIVER; Elizabeth Maria OLIVER; James OLIVER; Alexander McILROY.

1738

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Andrew

1738 February 6 Brothers & sisters:  Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney; Andrew OLIVER; Elizabeth Maria OLIVER;

1738

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Elizabeth Maria

1738 February 6 Brothers & sisters:  Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney; Andrew OLIVER; Elizabeth Maria OLIVER

1738

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Elizabeth Maria

1738 February 6 James OLIVER of Lislooney – witness.

1750

Glenmore

Lurgan

OLIVER, William

Probate. There is a Glenmore Manor currently in operation as a hotel. It looks to be in the townland of either Shankhill or Lurgan, parish of Shankhill.

1750

Lislooney?

Tynan

Oliver, Andrew

1750 October 22 NAMES: 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.

1750

Lislooney?

Tynan

Oliver, Sarah

1750 October 22 Daughter of Andrew OLIVER, married Charles NORRIS of Larakeen, Co. Tyrone. Andrew OLIVER was a brother of Benjamin OLIVER & Maria Elizabeth OLIVER

1750

Farmacaffley

Lisnadill

Oliver, Benjamin

1750 October 22 Farmer & witness of marriage of Sarah OLIVER to NORRIS. He was from Farmacaffley, as was a brother of Andrew OLIVER of Lislooney, Tynan.

1753

Mullintur

Eglish

OLIVER, Elinor

Interred St. Patrick, Co Armagh C.of I.

1753

Armagh?

Armagh?

Oliver, William Dr.

1753 May 21 Will of Charlotte PRINGLE nee OLIVER * I do not know who these people are, but there are many deed connections between the OLIVER and PRINGLE families in Co. Tyrone & Armagh (and in particular with John PRINGLE). The PRINGLE family were known to be English. Of particular note is the mention of the parents of Charlotte Pringle née OLIVER, Dr. William & Elizabeth OLIVER, as well as her sisters, Susan and Caroline (both unmarried at the time of the will) and Elizabeth who had married ARLAND, Harriet who had married SPRAGUE, a brother William OLIVER. Other names: Ralph ALLEN, David BARTLEY, Randolf MARRIOTT or HARRIOT, Thomas CLARK, Mrs. GRAVES, Mrs. ADKINS, Mr. and Mrs. CHOYNES, Lady DALLAIRE[?], James [Sparrow/] WRIGHT and Edward [HOSSIE?]. Dr. William OLIVER, executor was living at the time of the will.

1757

Drummad

Armagh

STEEL, Elizabeth

Marriage at St. Patrick's Cathedral, Church Of Ireland to William OLIVER (1730-1816) of Farmacaffley, Lisnadill Parish, Co. Armagh

1757

Farmacaffley

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William

Marriage to Elizabeth STEEL (St. Patrick, C of I.)

1763

Armagh?

Armagh

OLIVER, Anne

Interred C.of I. age 63 (b. 1763)

1765

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, David

1765 June 1 * 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, Parish of Aughnamullen, Co. Armagh. NOTE: See also: 1766 January 14

1765

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, William

1765 June 1 William & Joseph OLIVER (twin sons of David) aged abt 6 months;

1765

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, Joseph

1765 June 1 William & Joseph OLIVER (twin sons of David) aged abt 6 months;

1766

Armagh?

Armagh

OLIVER, John

1766 January 10 John OLIVER & Joseph JOHNSTON * This concerns lands at Tullymore, Co. Armagh. Of interest is that John OLIVER is a linen draper. NOTE: I suspect that he is the John OLIVER OF Tullymore who died in 1772 (SOURCE: Index of will probate); likely the one who is the father of Rebecca OLIVER (1746-1813) who married James HOLMES in 1774; if this is the case, he would be the son of William OLIVER and brother of William OLIVER, Mary DOBBIN, and Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton.

1766

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, David

1766 January 14 * 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. NOTE: see also: 1765 June 1

1768

Ballinahonebeg

Lisnadill

Oliver, Benjamin

1768 September 2 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 [sic- Lisnadill] both in Co. Armagh

1768

Ballinahonebeg

Lisnadill

Oliver, Andrew

1768 September 2 Andrew OLIVER; witness

1768

Ballyrea

Armagh

Oliver, David

1768 July 8 Newsclipping: David OLIVER of Ballyrea; advertising that a new mill is to be built at Loughegiss aka Lough Eglish near Laragh.

1768

Armagh?

Armagh

OLIVER, Benjamin

1768 May 27 Hose stolen – reward from… Benjamin OLIVER of Armagh;

1769

Ballyrea

Armagh

Oliver, David

1769 April 20 * 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.

1770

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, David

Sold lease of Monaghan lands to Arthur OLIVER

1770 April 26 *In this Deed, David OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh has "set" to Joseph OLIVER of Balinahonbeg 100 acres on the west side of the townland of Laragh, Co. Monaghan as well as some water rights for ₤63 rent/year for 26 years. Witness: Arthur OLIVER & Andrew PRENTICE.

1770 July 30 In this deed David OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh sold his lease rights for Lands of Laragh & Carnacaraff. - both in Co. Monaghan - as well as the Mill at Creevey (also Monaghan) with 8 acres of land and lands in Ballymogonan in Co. "Dorone" to Arthur OLIVER of Balinahone Beg, Co. Armagh for ₤346.3.8. One of the witnesses was Joseph OLIVER of Balinahonbeg, Co. Armagh. OTHER NAMES: Lowry CORRY Esq., John MAXWELL Esq., Andrew PRENTICE (Dublin) Gent.

1770 October 31 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.

1770 November 1 NAMES: Bryan BURNS of Laragh, David OLIVER of Ballyrea, Joseph OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg. TOWNLANDS: Lough Eglish Mill, Co. & Cornacariffe AKA Cornacarrow, Parish of Aghnamullen, Co. Monaghan.

1770

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Arthur

1770 April 26 *. Witness: Arthur OLIVER & Andrew PRENTICE.

1770 July 30 In this deed David OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh sold his lease rights for Lands of Laragh & Carnacaraff. - both in Co. Monaghan - as well as the Mill at Creevey (also Monaghan) with 8 acres of land and lands in Ballymogonan in Co. "Dorone" to Arthur OLIVER of Balinahone Beg, Co. Armagh for ₤346.3.8. One of the witnesses was Joseph OLIVER of Balinahonbeg, Co. Armagh. OTHER NAMES: Lowry CORRY Esq., John MAXWELL Esq., Andrew PRENTICE (Dublin) Gent.

1770 October 31 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.

1770 November 1 NAMES: Bryan BURNS of Laragh, David OLIVER of Ballyrea, Joseph OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg. TOWNLANDS: Lough Eglish Mill, Co. & Cornacariffe AKA Cornacarrow, Parish of Aghnamullen, Co. Monaghan.

1770

Ballinahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Joseph

Sold lease of Monaghan lands to Arthur OLIVER

1770 April 26 *In this Deed, David OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh has "set" to Joseph OLIVER of Balinahonbeg 100 acres on the west side of the townland of Laragh, Co. Monaghan as well as some water rights for ₤63 rent/year for 26 years. Witness: Arthur OLIVER & Andrew PRENTICE.

1770 July 30 In this deed David OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh sold his lease rights for Lands of Laragh & Carnacaraff. - both in Co. Monaghan - as well as the Mill at Creevey (also Monaghan) with 8 acres of land and lands in Ballymogonan in Co. "Dorone" to Arthur OLIVER of Balinahone Beg, Co. Armagh for ₤346.3.8. One of the witnesses was Joseph OLIVER of Balinahonbeg, Co. Armagh. OTHER NAMES: Lowry CORRY Esq., John MAXWELL Esq., Andrew PRENTICE (Dublin) Gent.

1770 October 31 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.

1770 November 1 NAMES: Bryan BURNS of Laragh, David OLIVER of Ballyrea, Joseph OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg. TOWNLANDS: Lough Eglish Mill, Co. & Cornacariffe AKA Cornacarrow, Parish of Aghnamullen, Co. Monaghan.

1770

Lurguvallen

Armagh

OLIVER, Robert

(b. 1770) SEE: Interred 1850 age 80 aka Lurgyrvallen or Lurgyvallen.

1770

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

Probate (see leases of David, Arthur & Joseph OLIVER)

1772

Armagh?

Armagh

OLIVER, John

Probate

1771

Mullintur

Eglish

Oliver, William

1771 September 17 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. See also Olivers of Mullinture.

1771

Tirearly

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William

1771 September 17 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. See also Olivers of Mullinture.

1771

Mullintur

Eglish

Oliver, Joseph

1771 September 17 Witness: Joseph OLIVER, See also Olivers of Mullinture.

1771

Tirearly

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Joseph

1771 September 17 Witness: Joseph OLIVER. See also Olivers of Mullinture.

1773

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Mr.

1773 August 13 NAMES: Nicholas JOHNSON; of Woodpark was leasing land at townland of Lislooney, in the parish of Tynan and county of Armagh, containing about 140 acres, English Measure, which is remarkable fine land either for tillage or pasture, and capable of being made one of the finest farms in Ireland, as there is plenty of limestone upon it, and most excellent turf bog and marle joining it; there is upwards of 12 acres of it marled this year; it might suit a gentleman in the linen business, as it is well watered by a  river which runs almost round it; the situation is beautiful, in a most lovely country, half a mile from the church, and the dissenting meeting house upon the farm. Contact: Mr. OLIVER -  Benjamin? NOTE: In 1738, land was leased by Nicholas JOHNSON to Benjamin OLIVER, his brother Arthur OLIVER & sister Maria Elizabeth OLIVER.

1773

Aghantaraghan

Ballymore

OLIVER, Maryanne

of Nugintara. Interred St. Patrick, Co Armagh C.of I. I am going on a hunch that this would be Aghantaraghan, Parish of Ballymore,

1774

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, David

1774 October 31 In this memorial David OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh leases to Robert JACKSON of Armagh City, Co. Armagh the part of Creevy, Co. Monaghan where the Corn Mill is situated along with the rights to all tolls for a sum of ₤350. WITNESSES: Thomas JOHNSTON of Armagh & James NEILSON of Ballyrea.

1774

Thomas St.

Armagh City

OLIVER, Andrew

lease. He was a Chandler.

1775

Armagh?

Armagh

OLIVER, Andrew

1775 January 25 Lands at Creevy, Co. Monaghan belonging to Andrew OLIVER seized by sherriff; had belonged to David OLIVER of Ballyrea;

1775

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, David

1775 January 25 Lands at Creevy, Co. Monaghan belonging to Andrew OLIVER seized by sheriff; had belonged to David OLIVER of Ballyrea;

1777

Newtown Hamilton

Newtown Hamilton

OLIVER, Andrew

1777 September 8 NAMES: Andrew OLIVER & wife Elinor OLIVER of Newtownhamilton; re: land in Enagh, Co. Monaghan.

1777

Newtown Hamilton

Newtown Hamilton

OLIVER, Elinor

1777 September 8 NAMES: Andrew OLIVER & wife Elinor OLIVER of Newtownhamilton; re: land in Enagh, Co. Monaghan.

1778

Kennedies

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Joseph

ROD 403 346 267727 Joseph OLIVER 7th November 1778 indenture made between Joseph OLIVER of Kennedies in Co Armagh Gent of the one part and John 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.

1778

Enagh

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Joseph

ROD 403 346 267727 Joseph OLIVER 7th November 1778 indenture made between Joseph OLIVER of Kennedies in Co Armagh Gent of the one part and John 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.

1778

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, David

1778 November 20 NAMES: David OLIVER & Susannah OLIVER née WALKER of Ballyrea, Thomas WALKER of Ballydonagh, Co. Antrim, Leonard WALKER, Francis WHILLA aka WHITLA, Elinor WHILLA aka WHITLA, George WHILLA aka WHITLA, Francis STEEL, William STEEL, Isabella Leonard WALKER, Edward IRWIN of Dublin, John SHEPHERD of Dublin, Thomas LLOYD of Dublin. TOWNLANDS: Ballyrea, Co. Armagh; Ballydonaghy, Parish of Camlin, Co. Antrim

1778

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, Susannah

1778 November 20 NAMES: David OLIVER & Susannah OLIVER née WALKER of Ballyrea, NOTE: Lands were in Co. Antrim, and connected to her WALKER family

1779

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Arthur

1779 December 24 A stray horse was found on lands of Arthur OLIVER of Ballynahonebeg.

1779

Mullintur

Eglish

OLIVER, William

Probate – linen draper

1780

Newtown Hamilton

Newtown Hamilton

OLIVER, Andrew

1780 July 6 Dublin Evening Post. Notice of commencement of dameage against Andrew Oliver for “said false and malicious report and aspersion” by James Babe. NOTE: They were competitors as Publicans in Newtownhamilton.

1781

Newtown Hamilton

Newtown Hamilton

OLIVER, Andrew

1781 March 2. Belfast Newsletter: Andrew OLIVER at Newtownhamilton lease under Dean HAMILTON.. out of which there is a well featured profit Rent of about ninety pounds per annum: the premises are situated in and adjoining the town of Newtown-Hamilton in the County of Armagh, and consist of houses, lands, and tenements for building ground, on which there are a number of good houses already erected, and agreeably circumstanced with plenty of bog; the Tenure lives renewable for ever, with two guineas fine at the fall of a life. The premises comprise a principal part of the town, which is thriving remarkably, and has a good weekly market, the lands immediately joining same, so as in all probability they may in some time be mostly let for building. There are all ready twelve freeholds on the premises, which will admit of many more, (a circumstance rarely to be met with in so small a property)

1781

Brootally

Derrynoose

OLIVER, William

1781 November 7 Robert MAXWELL Esq. of Fellows Hall, Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh leased to William OLIVER of Ennislare, Parish of Lisnadill, Co. Armagh 53 acres in the Townland of Brootely, Parish of Derrynoose, Co. Armagh for 19 years at a yearly rent of ₤30.9.6 annually

1781

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William

1781 November 7 Robert MAXWELL Esq. of Fellows Hall, Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh leased to William OLIVER of Ennislare, Parish of Lisnadill, Co. Armagh 53 acres in the Townland of Brootely, Parish of Derrynoose, Co. Armagh for 19 years at a yearly rent of ₤30.9.6 annually WITNESSED: Maxwell CLOSE Esq. of Elmpark, Co. Armagh, & Samuel CUMING Gent. of Keady, Co. Armagh & John MOSSON Gent. of Co. Armagh. OTHER NAME: Elizabeth CLOGHER. Footnotes added. SEE also: 1793 June 20 DEED: 474-175-299375

1782

Newtown Hamilton

Newtown Hamilton

OLIVER, Andrew

1782 June 10 NAMES: Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton; William OLIVER of Tullysarren, Co. Armagh; Rev. & Dr. Hugh HAMILTON, Dean of Armagh.

1782

Tullysarren

Eglish

OLIVER, William

1782 June 10 NAMES: Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton; William OLIVER of Tullysarren, Co. Armagh; Rev. & Dr. Hugh HAMILTON, Dean of Armagh.

1782

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Arthur

1782 Sept 7  Robert JACKSON of Town of Armagh, Arthur OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, Sarah SEAVER of Ballinahonebeg, Charles SEAVER deceased, late of Ballinahonebeg, Thomas VERNER, Henry HALL of Aughereny, Co. Tyrone, Elinor HALL, Edward TIPPING, Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney, Co. Armagh, John BURGES.

1782

Lislooney

Tynan

Oliver, Benjamin

1782 Sept 7 Witness: Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney, Co. Armagh,

1783

Ballagh [y?]

Eglish

LETTIMER, Jane

Marriage to James OLIVER C. of I.

1783

Ballagh [y?]

Eglish

OLIVER, James

Marriage to Jane LETTIMER C. of I.

1784

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William

Recited in 1794 June 20 Deed: 485-368-307175. Whereas Mrs. Frances PRINGLE late of Lime Park in the County of Tyrone did buy indenture of lease bearing date the tenth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty four demise unto the said William OLIVER [1730-1816] – resided at Ennislare  all that part of the towns and lands of Enagh and Killynure then in his possession (being a part of those lands formerly held by John and Samuel DOBBYN) containing by estimation fifty seven acres and two roods English statute measure

1784

Enagh

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William

Land leased from DOBBINs to William OLIVER (1730-1816). Recited in 1794 June 20 Deed: 485-368-307175.

1784

Enagh

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William

Land leased from DOBBINs to William OLIVER (1730-1816). Recited in 1794 June 20 Deed: 485-368-307175.

1784

Kennedies

Lisnadill

Oliver, Joseph

1784 November 23 NAMES: Joseph OLIVER, of Kennedies, Parish of Armagh, Co. Armagh, Gent; William BRYAN of City of Dublin, Esq.; Arthur DENNIS; Henry RICHARDSON, City of Dublin, Gent; Patrick REILLY, City of Dublin. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Enagh, Parish of Lisnadill. 97 acres upper half of Kennedies.

1784

Enagh

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Joseph

1784 November 23 One acre of turf Enagh, Parish of Lisnadill.

1785

Brootally

Derrynoose

OLIVER, William

Tithes 1785-1787

Brutlery: Wm Oliver

1785

Tullymore

Armagh

OLIVER, John

T/933/1 Rental of Tullymore. Don’t think I saw it – but do have Deed: 375-10-247623: 1785 July 29 NAMES: Rev. Andrew OLIVER of Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh; Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton, Co. Armagh; John OLIVER of Tullymore, Parish of Armagh; James OLIVER of Augsebragh, Co. Armagh; William OLIVER of Mullinture; William OLIVER, bachelor deceased; John MOSSEN, Co. Armagh; Henry HUTCHINSON, Innkeeper, Armagh. OTHER PLACES: Tullysarren, Parish of Eglish, Co. Armagh.

1785

Newtown Hamilton

Newtown Hamilton

OLIVER, Andrew

T/933/1 Rental of Tullymore. Don’t think I saw it – but do have Deed: 375-10-247623: 1785 July 29 NAMES: Rev. Andrew OLIVER of Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh; Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton, Co. Armagh; John OLIVER of Tullymore, Parish of Armagh; James OLIVER of Augsebragh, Co. Armagh; William OLIVER of Mullinture; William OLIVER, bachelor deceased; John MOSSEN, Co. Armagh; Henry HUTCHINSON, Innkeeper, Armagh. OTHER PLACES: Tullysarren, Parish of Eglish, Co. Armagh.

1785

Armaghbrague

Lisnadill

OLIVER, James

T/933/1 Rental of Tullymore. Don’t think I saw it – but do have Deed: 375-10-247623: 1785 July 29 NAMES: Rev. Andrew OLIVER of Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh; Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton, Co. Armagh; John OLIVER of Tullymore, Parish of Armagh; James OLIVER of Augsebragh, Co. Armagh; William OLIVER of Mullinture; William OLIVER, bachelor deceased; John MOSSEN, Co. Armagh; Henry HUTCHINSON, Innkeeper, Armagh. OTHER PLACES: Tullysarren, Parish of Eglish, Co. Armagh. NOTE: Armaghbrague is my best guess for Augsebragh

1785

Mullinture

Eglish

Oliver, William

1785 July 29 NAMES: Rev. Andrew OLIVER of Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh; Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton, Co. Armagh; John OLIVER of Tullymore, Parish of Armagh; James OLIVER of Augsebragh, Co. Armagh; William OLIVER of Mullinture; William OLIVER, bachelor deceased; John MOSSEN, Co. Armagh; Henry HUTCHINSON, Innkeeper, Armagh. OTHER PLACES: Tullysarren, Parish of Eglish, Co. Armagh.

1785

Tullysarren

Eglish

Oliver, William

1785 July 29 NAMES: Rev. Andrew OLIVER of Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh; Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton, Co. Armagh; John OLIVER of Tullymore, Parish of Armagh; James OLIVER of Augsebragh, Co. Armagh; William OLIVER of Mullinture; William OLIVER, bachelor deceased; John MOSSEN, Co. Armagh; Henry HUTCHINSON, Innkeeper, Armagh. OTHER PLACES: Tullysarren, Parish of Eglish, Co. Armagh.

1785

Tullymore

Armagh

OLIVER, Mary

T/933/1 Rental of Tullymore. Don’t think I saw it. She is not mentioned in Deed: 375-10-247623: 1785 July 29

1785

Newtown Hamilton

Newtown Hamilton

OLIVER, Andrew

ROD 434-198-280859 May 3, 1785 Andrew OLIVER of Newtown Hamilton, Co. Armagh, Gent of the one pt & David WILLIS of the same Shopkeeper. OLIVER demised land adjoining Newtown Hamilton bounded on the East by the Dundalk Road on the South by Alexander McCRORY’s holdings on the West by Moses McCAMMONs holdings and on the North by Francis PALMER’s holding all that Field called the mearing house field excepting and reserving  as in said lease is excepted and reserved… and John OLIVER son of Andrew OLIVER then about 11 years old. WITNESS: Gavin SHAW & Alexander McILROY both of Newtown Hamilton Co. Armagh Gents

1785

Newtown Hamilton

Newtown Hamilton

OLIVER, John

ROD 434-198-280859 May 3, 1785 Andrew OLIVER of Newtown Hamilton, Co. Armagh, Gent of the one pt & David WILLIS of the same Shopkeeper. … and John OLIVER son of Andrew OLIVER then about 11 years old. WITNESS: Gavin SHAW & Alexander McILROY both of Newtown Hamilton Co. Armagh Gents

1785

Kennedies

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Joseph

1785 January 25 William PRINGLE of Caledon; Joseph OLIVER of Kennedies. Were going to show the premises of Lislea…46 acres exceeding good land in the town of Lislea upon the banks of the Callan River, where the bleaching business has been lately carried on, and on which there are two Mill-seats with a sufficient fall of water for each mill situated within 2 miles of Armagh, upon the great road leading from Armagh to Keady,

1785

Armagh?

Armagh

OLIVER, William

1785 February 22 NAMES: William OLIVER of Armagh sworn as an attorney.

1785

Lislooney?

Tynan

OLIVER, James

1785 August 23 stolen horse – reward from.. James OLIVER near Tynan (I suspect Lislooney).

1785

Newtown Hamilton

Newtown Hamilton

OLIVER, Andrew

1785 October 26 NAMES: Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton (related to Mullinture OLIVERs) Elinor OLIVER (wife); Andrew McMATH of Aughadreena, Parish of Donaghmoyne, Monaghan; Francis McCAMMON; John MURPHY; John STEEL, City of Dublin, attorney; James NIBLOCK of Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan, Innkeeper. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Tullyvallen, Parish of Newtownhamilton, Armagh.

1785

Newtown Hamilton

Newtown Hamilton

OLIVER, Elinor

1785 October 26 NAMES: Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton (related to Mullinture OLIVERs) Elinor OLIVER (wife); Andrew McMATH of Aughadreena, Parish of Donaghmoyne, Monaghan; Francis McCAMMON; John MURPHY; John STEEL, City of Dublin, attorney; James NIBLOCK of Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan, Innkeeper. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Tullyvallen, Parish of Newtownhamilton, Armagh.

1785

Tullyvallen

Newtown Hamilton

OLIVER, Andrew

1785 October 26 NAMES: Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton (related to Mullinture OLIVERs) Elinor OLIVER (wife); - sold lands in Tullyvallen, Parish of Newtownhamilton, Armagh.

1787

Newtown Hamilton

Newtown Hamilton

OLIVER, Andrew

1787 March 2 Belfast Newsletter. NAMES: Andrew OLIVER distiller of Newtownhamilton; Dean Rev. & Dr. Hugh HAMILTON….there is a well secured profit rent of about ninety pounds per annum: the premises are situated in and adjoining the town of Newtown-Hamilton in the County of Armagh, and consist of houses, lands, and tenements for building ground, on which there are a number of good houses already erected, and agreeably circumstanced with plenty of bog; the Tenure lives renewable for ever, with two guineas fine at the fall of a life. The premises comprise a principal part of the town, which is thriving remarkably, and has a good weekly market, the lands immediately joining same, so as in all probability they may in some time be mostly let for building. There are all ready twelve freeholds on the premises, which will admit of many more. (a circumstance rarely to be met with in so small a property.)

1787

Newtown Hamilton

Newtown Hamilton

OLIVER, Andrew

ROD 388 488 25862 Oct 8, 1787. Deed of Conveyance btw Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton, Co Armagh, Gent of the 1 pt & Lucinda SWANZY otherwise BOLTON widow of Samuel SWANZY lately of Brook in the parish & Co. Monaghan of the other part… part of town of Newtownhamilton in possession of Andrew OLIVER and lately in possession of Lucinda SWANZY released for 20 guineas to Lucinda SWANZY. William BOLTON was a witness

1788 Ballynahonebeg Lisnadill OLIVER, Arthur PRONI: D1815/1/1. Sept 20, 1788. Copy mortage for £800. 46a. Irish Cunningham measure in the townland of Ballynahone Beg. Parties: Arthur Oliver, Linen Draper and Joseph Oliver, Farmer both of Ballynahone Beg, Co. Armagh to James Johnston, Knappagh, Co. Armagh.
1788 Ballynahonebeg Lisnadill OLIVER, Joseph PRONI: D1815/1/1. Sept 20, 1788. Copy mortage for £800. 46a. Irish Cunningham measure in the townland of Ballynahone Beg. Parties: Arthur Oliver, Linen Draper and Joseph Oliver, Farmer both of Ballynahone Beg, Co. Armagh to James Johnston, Knappagh, Co. Armagh.

1788

Enagh

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Joseph

Sold lease (lived at The Kennedies)

1788 November 7 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.

1788

Kennedies

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Joseph

Sold lease (lived at The Kennedies)

1788 November 7 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.

1789

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Arthur

1789 April 15 Names mentioned in order of appearance: Robert WILSON jr.of Tandragee, Arthur OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, Benjamin OLIVER of Ballinhonebeg, Robert WILSON sr. of Tandragee, Joseph OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, John OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, John McDAD of Latmacollum.

1789

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

1789 April 15 Names mentioned in order of appearance: Robert WILSON jr.of Tandragee, Arthur OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, Benjamin OLIVER of Ballinhonebeg, Robert WILSON sr. of Tandragee, Joseph OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, John OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, John McDAD of Latmacollum.

1789

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Joseph

1789 April 15 Names mentioned in order of appearance: Robert WILSON jr.of Tandragee, Arthur OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, Benjamin OLIVER of Ballinhonebeg, Robert WILSON sr. of Tandragee, Joseph OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg [witness], John OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, John McDAD of Latmacollum.

1789

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, John

1789 April 15 Names mentioned in order of appearance: Robert WILSON jr.of Tandragee, Arthur OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, Benjamin OLIVER of Ballinhonebeg, Robert WILSON sr. of Tandragee, Joseph OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, John OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg [Witness], John McDAD of Latmacollum.

1789

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER,

1789 April 15 Names mentioned in order of appearance: Robert WILSON jr.of Tandragee, Arthur OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, Benjamin OLIVER of Ballinhonebeg, Robert WILSON sr. of Tandragee, Joseph OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, John OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, John McDAD of Latmacollum.

1790

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William sr.

1790 March 10 Notes only. Names mentioned: Wm. OLIVER (1730-1816) of Ennislare, linen draper; William OLIVER jr; James OLIVER, linen draper;. Frances OLIVER of Ennislare; Thomas WHALLEY of Dublin.

 

1790

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William jr.

1790 March 10 Notes only. Names mentioned: Wm. OLIVER of Ennislare, linen draper; William OLIVER jr; James OLIVER, linen draper;. Frances OLIVER of Ennislare; Thomas WHALLEY of Dublin.

1790

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, James

1790 March 10 Notes only. Names mentioned: Wm. OLIVER (1730-1816) of Ennislare, linen draper; William OLIVER jr; James OLIVER, linen draper;. Frances OLIVER of Ennislare; Thomas WHALLEY of Dublin.

1790

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Frances

1790 March 10 Notes only. Names mentioned: Wm. OLIVER (1730-1816) of Ennislare, linen draper; William OLIVER jr; James OLIVER, linen draper. Frances OLIVER of Ennislare; Thomas WHALLEY of Dublin. NOTE: Frances was the only daughter not to marry.

1792

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Mr.

1792 August 28 Wood Park Lodge was for sale – Mr. OLIVER to show it Lislooney.

1792

Armagh

Armagh

OLIVER, James

1792 April 5 NAMES: John SMITH of Town of Armagh; James OLIVER of Town of Armagh, Gent; Edward GLASSY of Co. Monaghan; George FLETCHER of Town of Armagh, hosier.

1792

Breagh

[Drumcree or Seagoe]?

OLIVER, James

1792 April 5 James OLIVER of Town of Armagh, Gent purchased lands of Breagh. There are three townlands with this name: Parishes of Drumcree, Seagoe and Tartaraghan. I suspect the first two because of other documented family presence there. It would not be unreasonable to suspect that a James OLIVER was a brother of Thomas OLIVER (1741-1826). There is no proof, but a letter written by John C. Oliver (1915-1989) in 1973 adds a few more bits: "...a James Oliver was the father of Thomas Oliver, who died in Cavan in 1701 who or what was James Oliver, I have never been able to discover it would need a mad search of tomb stones in all areas mentioned".

1793

Ballyrea

Armagh

Oliver, David

1793 February 11 * 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.

1793

Ballyrea

Armagh

Oliver, William

1793 February 11 * 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.

1793

Ballyrea

Armagh

Oliver, Joseph

1793 February 11 * 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.

1793

Ballyrea

Armagh

Oliver, Benjamin

1793 February 11 * 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.

1793

Ballynahonbeg 

Lisnadill

Oliver, Arthur

1793 February 13 Names in order of mention: Sarah SEAVER of Ballinahonebeg, Arthur OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, John COANDE of Ballybrocky, Robert JACKSON. See Also:OLIVERs of Ballinahonebeg

1793

Thomas St

Armagh City

OLIVER, Andrew

1793 June 20 … witness; Andrew OLIVER of City of Armagh, soap chandler; Lands of Brootally sold from William OLIVER sr (1730-1816) to William OLIVER jr. (abt 1765-1864)

1793

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William

1793 June 20 NAMES: William OLIVER (1730-1816) of Ennislare [his residence]; William OLIVER jr. of Ennislare; Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall; Elizabeth CLOGHER of Brootely AKA Brootally; Andrew OLIVER of City of Armagh, soap chandler; John Kerr of City of Armagh, Merchant. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Cormeen, Parish of Derrynoose; Tullycallidy, same; Lisdrumbrughas, same.

1793

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William jr.

1793 June 20 NAMES: William OLIVER of Ennislare (1730-1816); William OLIVER jr. (abt 1765-1864) [his residence] of Ennislare; Robert MAXWELL of Fellows Hall; Elizabeth CLOGHER of Brootely AKA Brootally; Andrew OLIVER of City of Armagh, soap chandler; John Kerr of City of Armagh, Merchant. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Cormeen, Parish of Derrynoose; Tullycallidy, same; Lisdrumbrughas, same.

1793

Brootally

Derrynoose

OLIVER, William

1793 June 20 : William OLIVER (1730-1816) of Ennislare; [purchased lands at]Brootely AKA Brootally; ref deed Nov 7, 1791  containing by estimation fifty three acres English statute measure be the same more or less together with an Irish rood of turf bog the whole situate lying and being in the Manor of Belleagh Parish of Derrynoose Barony and County of Armagh and meared and bounded on the north by part of the town lands of Cormeen Tullacallidy and Brootely on the East by Lisdrumbrughees on the south and west by Brootely  and then sold them to William OLIVER jr, (abt 1765-1864)  his son.

1793

Brootally

Derrynoose

OLIVER, William jr.

1793 June 20 NAMES William OLIVER (1730-1816) of Ennislare; [purchased lands at]Brootely AKA Brootally; ref deed Nov 7, 1791  containing by estimation fifty three acres English statute measure be the same more or less together with an Irish rood of turf bog the whole situate lying and being in the Manor of Belleagh Parish of Derrynoose Barony and County of Armagh and meared and bounded on the north by part of the town lands of Cormeen Tullacallidy and Brootely on the East by Lisdrumbrughees on the south and west by Brootely  and then sold them to William OLIVER jr, (abt 1765-1864) his son.

1794

Ballynahonebeg 

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Joseph

Residence of Joseph OLIVER – he was a linen draper.

1794 April 13 Joseph OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg sold title to his lease for the upper half of the Kennedies (97 acres) as well as 1 acre of bog at Enagh to William CURRY for ₤1,000 for 21 years. WITNESSES: Leonard DOBBIN & William McWILLIAMS.

1794

Enagh

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Joseph

Sold lease to Enagh bog – he was a linen draper.

1794 April 13 Joseph OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg sold title to his lease for the upper half of the Kennedies (97 acres) as well as 1 acre of bog at Enagh to William CURRY for ₤1,000 for 21 years. WITNESSES: Leonard DOBBIN & William McWILLIAMS.

1794

Kennedies

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Joseph

Lease to the Kennedies sold

1794 April 13 Joseph OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg sold title to his lease for the upper half of the Kennedies (97 acres) as well as 1 acre of bog at Enagh to William CURRY for ₤1,000 for 21 years. WITNESSES: Leonard DOBBIN & William McWILLIAMS.

1794

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William

1794 June 20 Reciting 1790 March 10 NAMES:. Names mentioned: Wm OLIVER of Ennislare; Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare; Mrs. Frances PRINGLE of Lime Park, Co. Tyrone; Thomas WHALLEY of Dublin (and possibly Tullyhugh); John DOBBYN; Samuel DOBBYN; Wm OLIVER jr. of Ennislare, linen draper; James OLIVER, linen draper. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Farmacaffley, Ballymorran, Drumconwell, Enagh, Magherkilcranny, Killynure. Recited March 10, 1784 Deed.

1794

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

1794 June 20 NAMES:. Names mentioned: Wm OLIVER of Ennislare; Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare; Mrs. Frances PRINGLE of Lime Park, Co. Tyrone; Thomas WHALLEY of Dublin (and possibly Tullyhugh); John DOBBYN; Samuel DOBBYN; Wm OLIVER jr. of Ennislare, linen draper; James OLIVER, linen draper. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Farmacaffley, Ballymorran, Drumconwell, Enagh, Magherkilcranny, Killynure. Recited March 10, 1784 Deed.

1794

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William jr

1794 June 20 NAMES:. Names mentioned: Wm OLIVER of Ennislare; Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare; Mrs. Frances PRINGLE of Lime Park, Co. Tyrone; Thomas WHALLEY of Dublin (and possibly Tullyhugh); John DOBBYN; Samuel DOBBYN; Wm OLIVER jr. of Ennislare, linen draper; James OLIVER, linen draper. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Farmacaffley, Ballymorran, Drumconwell, Enagh, Magherkilcranny, Killynure. Recited March 10, 1784 Deed.

1794

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, James

1794 June 20 NAMES:. Names mentioned: Wm OLIVER of Ennislare; Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare; Mrs. Frances PRINGLE of Lime Park, Co. Tyrone; Thomas WHALLEY of Dublin (and possibly Tullyhugh); John DOBBYN; Samuel DOBBYN; Wm OLIVER jr. of Ennislare, linen draper; James OLIVER, linen draper. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Farmacaffley, Ballymorran, Drumconwell, Enagh, Magherkilcranny, Killynure. Recited March 10, 1784 Deed.

1794

Killynure

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

1794 June 20 In a 2nd deed on this page, Benjamin OLIVER (abt 1765-1831) paid his father William OLIVER (1730-1816) for leases of Killynure & Enagh.

1794

Enagh

Killynure

OLIVER, Benjamin

1794 June 20 In a 2nd deed on this page, Benjamin OLIVER (abt 1765-1831) paid his father William OLIVER (1730-1816) for leases of Killynure & Enagh.

1794

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William

1794 June 20 In a 2nd deed on this page, Benjamin OLIVER (abt 1765-1831)  paid his father William OLIVER (1730-1816) [ who resided at Ennislare] for leases of Killynure & Enagh.

1795

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, Benjamin

of Ballyrea. Lease of Laragh & Corncarra They were farmers.

1795 April 7 NAMES: William OLIVER, Joseph OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER of Ballyrea; Thomas CRAWFORD,Joseph FLEMMING, George CRAWFORD. TOWNLANDS: Ballyrea, Co. Armagh; Cherry Vale, Laragh & Cornacarrow, Mill of Lough Eglish - all Parish of Aghnamullen, Co. Monaghan

1795

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, Joseph

of Ballyrea. Lease of Laragh & Corncarra They were farmers.

1795 April 7 NAMES: William OLIVER, Joseph OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER of Ballyrea; Thomas CRAWFORD,Joseph FLEMMING, George CRAWFORD. TOWNLANDS: Ballyrea, Co. Armagh; Cherry Vale, Laragh & Cornacarrow, Mill of Lough Eglish - all Parish of Aghnamullen, Co. Monaghan

1795

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, William

of Ballyrea. Lease of Laragh  & Corncarra They were farmers.

1795 April 7 NAMES: William OLIVER, Joseph OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER of Ballyrea; Thomas CRAWFORD,Joseph FLEMMING, George CRAWFORD. TOWNLANDS: Ballyrea, Co. Armagh; Cherry Vale, Laragh & Cornacarrow, Mill of Lough Eglish - all Parish of Aghnamullen, Co. Monaghan

1795

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Joseph

1795 April 24 NAMES: Joseph OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, recently deceased; son John OLIVER (who was likely just 21 years old) seeking to discharge debts.

1795

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, John

1795 April 24 NAMES: Joseph OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg, recently deceased; son John OLIVER (who was likely just 21 years old) seeking to discharge debts.

1795

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, John

1795 August 7 NAMES: John OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg; Joshua McGEOUGH of Drumshill; Thomas PRENTICE. OTHER PLACES: Corran, Parish of Lisnadill.

10 acres of land in the town land of Ballynahonebeg, within a mile of the city of Armagh. On the premises are an excellent dwelling house, two stories high, with sufficient offices. Also bleach mill and green, which has a full supply of water in the dry seasons.

To accommodate the tenant, 20 or 30 acres of land, in addition to the above, would be set for such term as of years as may be agreed on; apply to Mr. John Oliver on the premises.

Said Mr. Oliver will, on Tuesday the 25th of August inst. sell by public auction, at the courthouse of Armagh, a lease with a toties quoties covenant of renewal of 77 acres of land in the town land of Corran, held at a small chief rent under Joshua McGEough, Esq. In said lands there is a quantity of excellent turf bog.

1795

Corran

Lisnadill

OLIVER, John

1795 August 7 NAMES: John OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg; Joshua McGEOUGH of Drumshill; Thomas PRENTICE. OTHER PLACES: Corran, Parish of Lisnadill.

10 acres of land in the town land of Ballynahonebeg, within a mile of the city of Armagh. On the premises are an excellent dwelling house, two stories high, with sufficient offices. Also bleach mill and green, which has a full supply of water in the dry seasons.

To accommodate the tenant, 20 or 30 acres of land, in addition to the above, would be set for such term as of years as may be agreed on; apply to Mr. John Oliver on the premises.

Said Mr. Oliver will, on Tuesday the 25th of August inst. sell by public auction, at the courthouse of Armagh, a lease with a toties quoties covenant of renewal of 77 acres of land in the town land of Corran, held at a small chief rent under Joshua McGEough, Esq. In said lands there is a quantity of excellent turf bog.

1795

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, James

1795 November 24 William JOHNSON had demised to Benjamin KIDD (of Darkley, Parish of Derrynoose) lands on the south side of Thomas Street, City of Armagh.Wm OLIVER jun of Ennislare, Co. Armagh (a draper) is party to this agreement as is James OLIVER also of Ennislare, Co. Armagh. Is it possible that it connects to Andrew OLIVER?

Witnesses of Lease re: Thomas Street, Armagh

1795

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William jr.

Witnesses of Lease re: Thomas Street, Armagh

1795 November 24 William JOHNSON had demised to Benjamin KIDD (of Darkley, Parish of Derrynoose) lands on the south side of Thomas Street, City of Armagh. Wm OLIVER jun of Ennislare, Co. Armagh (a draper) is party to this agreement as is James OLIVER also of Ennislare, Co. Armagh. Is it possible that it connects to Andrew OLIVER?

Witnesses of Lease re: Thomas Street, Armagh

1795

Thomas Street

Armagh

OLIVER, William jr.

Witnesses of Lease re: Thomas Street, Armagh

1795 November 24 William JOHNSON had demised to Benjamin KIDD (of Darkley, Parish of Derrynoose) lands on the south side of Thomas Street, City of Armagh. Wm OLIVER jun of Ennislare, Co. Armagh (a draper) is party to this agreement as is James OLIVER also of Ennislare, Co. Armagh. Is it possible that it connects to Andrew OLIVER?

Witnesses of Lease re: Thomas Street, Armagh

1795

Drumahean

Tynan

OLIVER, Robert

Son William born; wife Margaret. C.of I. aka Drumkean?

1795

Drumahean

Tynan

OLIVER, William

Born to parents Robert & Margaret OLIVER. C. of I. aka Drumkean?

1795

Drumahean

Tynan

OLIVER, Margaret

Son William OLIVER; husband Robert OLIVER aka Drumkean?

1796

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, John

1796 April 1 Names in order of mention: John OLIVER, Mary OLIVER, Elizabeth OLIVER, Joseph OLIVER (1727-btw1794-1796) dec'd of Ballinahonebeg [father of John, Mary & Elizabeth – husband of Jane OATS], John SCOTT, Andrew OLIVER, Thomas PRENTICE. See Also: Olivers of Ballinahonebeg

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

1796

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Mary

1796 April 1 Names in order of mention: John OLIVER, Mary OLIVER, Elizabeth OLIVER, Joseph OLIVER (1727-btw1794-1796) dec'd of Ballinahonebeg [father of John, Mary & Elizabeth – husband of Jane OATS], John SCOTT, Andrew OLIVER, Thomas PRENTICE. See Also: Olivers of Ballinahonebeg

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

1796

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Elizabeth

1796 April 1 Names in order of mention: John OLIVER, Mary OLIVER, Elizabeth OLIVER, Joseph OLIVER (1727-btw1794-1796) dec'd of Ballinahonebeg [father of John, Mary & Elizabeth – husband of Jane OATS], John SCOTT, Andrew OLIVER, Thomas PRENTICE. See Also: Olivers of Ballinahonebeg

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

1796

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Joseph

1796 April 1 Names in order of mention: John OLIVER , Mary OLIVER, Elizabeth OLIVER, Joseph OLIVER (1727-btw1794-1796) dec'd of Ballinahonebeg [father of John, Mary & Elizabeth – husband of Jane OATS], John SCOTT, Andrew OLIVER [Witness], Thomas PRENTICE. See Also: Olivers of Ballinahonebeg

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

1796

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

Oliver, Andrew

1796 April 1 Names in order of mention: John OLIVER, Mary OLIVER, Elizabeth OLIVER, Joseph OLIVER (1727-btw1794-1796) dec'd of Ballinahonebeg [father of John, Mary & Elizabeth – husband of Jane OATS], John SCOTT, Andrew OLIVER [Witness], Thomas PRENTICE. See Also: Olivers of Ballinahonebeg. NOTE: He is likely a son of William OLIVER (1730-1816) & Elizabeth STEEL.

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

1796

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, John

1796 May 23 NAMES: John OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg & Kennedies; Thomas PRENTICE.

To be sold at auction. At the courthouse of Armagh, on Wednesday, 8 June next at noon. About 53 acres of land, in the town land of Ballinahonebeg, within a half mile of Armagh. -- there is a bleach green on the premises, which with the remainder of the lands, are let to solvent tenants, and yield a clear profit rent of £116.14 shillings per annum. The lands are of excellent quality, and held by lease of 21 years from November 10, with toties quoties covenant of renewal, subject to a chief rent of £5.12 shillings per annum.

At same time will be sold a lease of 48 acres of land in the townland of Kennedys, adjoining the above, held by lease of which 10 years are unexpired from November, last at the yearly rent of £41.19 shillings and would now set for a profit rent of £40 per and on.

For particulars apply to John Oliver on the premises or Thomas Prentice, Armagh

1796

Kennedies

Lisnadill

OLIVER, John

1796 May 23 NAMES: John OLIVER of Ballinahonebeg & Kennedies; Thomas PRENTICE.

To be sold at auction. At the courthouse of Armagh, on Wednesday, 8 June next at noon. About 53 acres of land, in the town land of Ballinahonebeg, within a half mile of Armagh. -- there is a bleach green on the premises, which with the remainder of the lands, are let to solvent tenants, and yield a clear profit rent of £116.14 shillings per annum. The lands are of excellent quality, and held by lease of 21 years from November 10, with toties quoties covenant of renewal, subject to a chief rent of £5.12 shillings per annum.

At same time will be sold a lease of 48 acres of land in the townland of Kennedys, adjoining the above, held by lease of which 10 years are unexpired from November, last at the yearly rent of £41.19 shillings and would now set for a profit rent of £40 per and on.

For particulars apply to John Oliver on the premises or Thomas Prentice, Armagh

1797

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Joseph

1797 January 17 * NAMES: John OLIVER, Mary OLIVER & Elizabeth OLIVER (all of Ballinahonebeg children of Joseph OLIVER), John SCOTT of Umgola, William GARVIN, John PRENTICE and William SLOAN of Armagh; Winright PROCTER. OTHER PLACES: Kennedies. Reciting that the said John, Mary & Eliza OLIVER had demised part of the lands of Ballinahonebeg aforesaid with the bleach Mill, Mill Dam, Weir and Water Course therto belonging with several other things reserving thereat Liberty to convey the Water from the Mill on the lands of Kennedies

1797

Kennedies

Lisnadill

OLIVER, John

1797 January 17 * NAMES: John OLIVER, Mary OLIVER & Elizabeth OLIVER (all of Ballinahonebeg children of Joseph OLIVER), John SCOTT of Umgola, William GARVIN, John PRENTICE and William SLOAN of Armagh; Winright PROCTER. OTHER PLACES: Kennedies. Reciting that the said John, Mary & Eliza OLIVER had demised part of the lands of Ballinahonebeg aforesaid with the bleach Mill, Mill Dam, Weir and Water Course therto belonging with several other things reserving thereat Liberty to convey the Water from the Mill on the lands of Kennedies

1797

Kennedies

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Mary

1797 January 17 * NAMES: John OLIVER, Mary OLIVER & Elizabeth OLIVER (all of Ballinahonebeg children of Joseph OLIVER), John SCOTT of Umgola, William GARVIN, John PRENTICE and William SLOAN of Armagh; Winright PROCTER. OTHER PLACES: Kennedies. Reciting that the said John, Mary & Eliza OLIVER had demised part of the lands of Ballinahonebeg aforesaid with the bleach Mill, Mill Dam, Weir and Water Course therto belonging with several other things reserving thereat Liberty to convey the Water from the Mill on the lands of Kennedies

1797

Kennedies

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Elizabeth

1797 January 17 * NAMES: John OLIVER, Mary OLIVER & Elizabeth OLIVER (all of Ballinahonebeg children of Joseph OLIVER), John SCOTT of Umgola, William GARVIN, John PRENTICE and William SLOAN of Armagh; Winright PROCTER. OTHER PLACES: Kennedies. Reciting that the said John, Mary & Eliza OLIVER had demised part of the lands of Ballinahonebeg aforesaid with the bleach Mill, Mill Dam, Weir and Water Course therto belonging with several other things reserving thereat Liberty to convey the Water from the Mill on the lands of Kennedies

1798

Ballynahonbeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Arthur

Probate. I have him tentatively placed as a son of Benjamin OLIVER (1724-1770)

1800

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, David

Probate. See also 1807 David OLIVER (1715-1806)

1800

Tullymore

Armagh

OLIVER, John

Deed-Mill & farm in Tullymore. Mention of Tullsarren

1800 May 6 * NAMES: Robert WELSH of Tullymore, Co. Armagh; let unto the said John OLIVER (aft 1748-1806) all that Mills & Farm in Tullymore John OLIVER of Tullymore; Robert WELSH; Joshua MEGEOUGH; Tobias MAGUIRE of Drumcullen, Co. Armagh; John OLIVER of Tullysarren; Rev. James WHITESIDE of Drumflugh, Co. Tyrone.

1800

Tullysarren

Eglish

OLIVER, John

Deed-Mill & farm in Tullymore. Mention of Tullsarren

1800 May 6 * NAMES: Robert WELSH of Tullymore, Co. Armagh; let unto the said John OLIVER (aft 1748-1806) all that Mills & Farm in TullymoreJohn OLIVER of Tullymore; Robert WELSH; Joshua MEGEOUGH; Tobias MAGUIRE of Drumcullen, Co. Armagh; Witness John OLIVER of Tullysarren; Rev. James WHITESIDE of Drumflugh, Co. Tyrone.

1801

Armagh

Armagh

OLIVER, William

1801 July 8 *NAMES: William OLIVER of Armagh, soap chandler; Jane McCULLAGH (née OLIVER) of Lissnafeedy, Co. Armagh, William JOHNSTON, Richard WALSH, Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare [My notes taken from the index had the name as Mary OLIVER], John RICHARDSON, Chandler. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Brootely AKA Brootally. Navan Street. NOTE It is probable that he was William OLIVER (1765-1854), son of William OLIVER (1730-1816) & Elizabeth STEEL.

1801

Cavanacaw

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Jane

NOTE: She married John McCULLAGH of Cladymore then of Kerneyhill, aka Kearneyhill, aka Kearney Hill, in the townland of Cavanacaw, Parish of Lisnadill, Co. Armagh

1801

Lisnafeedy

Eglish

Oliver, Jane

1801 July 8 *NAMES: William OLIVER of Armagh, soap chandler; Jane McCULLAGH (née OLIVER) of Lissnafeedy, Co. Armagh, [daughter of William OLIVER (1730-1816) & Elizabeth STEEL] JOHNSTON, Richard WALSH, Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare [My notes taken from the index had the name as Mary OLIVER], John RICHARDSON, Chandler. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Brootely AKA Brootally. Navan Street.

Whereby 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. Containing fifty three acres English measure paying thereout rent yearly Thirty two pounds Eleven Shillings and three pence And did also demise and grant to Jane McCULLAGH & her 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

NOTE: Lissnafeedy, Parish of Eglish, Co. Armagh. 159 Acres. This townland is two townlands west of Mullinture, a townland with deep OLIVER roots dating back to at least the early 1700s.

1801

Brootally

Derrynoose

Oliver, Jane

1801 July 8 *NAMES: William OLIVER of Armagh, soap chandler; Jane McCULLAGH (née OLIVER) of Lissnafeedy, Co. Armagh, [daughter of  William OLIVER (1730-1816) & Elizabeth STEEL] JOHNSTON, Richard WALSH, Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare [My notes taken from the index had the name as Mary OLIVER], John RICHARDSON, Chandler. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Brootely AKA Brootally. Navan Street.

Whereby 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. Containing fifty three acres English measure paying thereout rent yearly Thirty two pounds Eleven Shillings and three pence And did also demise and grant to Jane McCULLAGH & her 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

NOTE: Lissnafeedy, Parish of Eglish, Co. Armagh. 159 Acres. This townland is two townlands west of Mullinture, a townland with deep OLIVER roots dating back to at least the early 1700s.

1801

Navan St aka New Street

Armagh

Oliver, Jane

1801 July 8 *NAMES: William OLIVER of Armagh, soap chandler; Jane McCULLAGH (née OLIVER) of Lissnafeedy, Co. Armagh, [daughter of William OLIVER (1730-1816) & Elizabeth STEEL] JOHNSTON, Richard WALSH, Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare [My notes taken from the index had the name as Mary OLIVER], John RICHARDSON, Chandler. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Brootely AKA Brootally. Navan Street.

Whereby 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. Containing fifty three acres English measure paying thereout rent yearly Thirty two pounds Eleven Shillings and three pence And did also demise and grant to Jane McCULLAGH & her 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

NOTE: Lissnafeedy, Parish of Eglish, Co. Armagh. 159 Acres. This townland is two townlands west of Mullinture, a townland with deep OLIVER roots dating back to at least the early 1700s.

1801

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

1801 July 8 *NAMES: William OLIVER of Armagh, soap chandler; Jane McCULLAGH (née OLIVER) of Lissnafeedy, Co. Armagh, William JOHNSTON, Richard WALSH, Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare [My notes taken from the index had the name as Mary OLIVER], John RICHARDSON, Chandler. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Brootely AKA Brootally. Navan Street.

1801

?

?

Oliver, Mary

1801 July 8 *NAMES: William OLIVER of Armagh, soap chandler; Jane McCULLAGH (née OLIVER) of Lissnafeedy, Co. Armagh, William JOHNSTON, Richard WALSH, Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare [My notes taken from the index had the name as Mary OLIVER], John RICHARDSON, Chandler. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Brootely AKA Brootally. Navan Street.

1801

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, Anne

1801 September 25 This Memorial concerns properties relating to Anne OLIVER’s marriage to Samuel ELGEE of Rochvale, Co. Monaghan. She is the daughter of David OLIVER & Susannah WALKER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh. The marriage settlement is with her brothers Joseph & Benjamin OLIVER. The William OLIVER of Laragh who witnesses the agreement is also likely her brother. This makes her related to (by marriage) to Samuel ELGEE’s uncle, Charles ELGEE of Dundalk and hence to one of his daughters, Jane Frances ELGEE mother of Oscar WILDE.

1801

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, Benjamin

His residence mentioned in Anne OLIVER’s marriage agreement 1801 September 25 He is a son of of David OLIVER & Susannah WALKER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh

1801

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, Joseph

His residence mentioned in Anne OLIVER’s marriage agreement 1801 September 25. He is a son of of David OLIVER & Susannah WALKER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh

1803

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, David

1803 September 1 * This relates to a marriage settlement between Martha OLIVER, daughter of David OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh and Nathaniel LESLIE of Drumcanner, Co. Armagh. Joseph OLIVER & Benjamin OLIVER are Martha's brothers and William LESLIE is Nathaniel's father. The lands granted are about 35 acres in the "Manor of Toaghy and Barony of Armagh" [I don't know what that is]. WITNESSES: Samuel LESLIE (brother of Nathaniel) and Nathaniel LESLIE & William OLIVER both of Laragh, Co. Monaghan. William OLIVER was probably her brother.

1803

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, Martha

1803 September 1 * This relates to a marriage settlement between Martha OLIVER, daughter of David OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh and Nathaniel LESLIE of Drumcanner, Co. Armagh. Joseph OLIVER & Benjamin OLIVER are Martha's brothers and William LESLIE is Nathaniel's father. The lands granted are about 35 acres in the "Manor of Toaghy and Barony of Armagh" [I don't know what that is]. WITNESSES: Samuel LESLIE (brother of Nathaniel) and Nathaniel LESLIE & William OLIVER both of Laragh, Co. Monaghan. William OLIVER was probably her brother.

1803

Tullymore

Armagh

OLIVER, John

1803 December 1 This marriage settlement is after the marriage of John OLIVER of Tullymore to Catherine WHITESIDE, daughter of Rev. James WHITESIDE of Drumflugh, Parish of Clonfeacle, Co. Tyrone. It involves ₤100 and 5 acres in Tullymore, Co. Armagh. OTHER NAMES: Jas WHITESIDE jr.of Drumflugh; Joshua McGEOGH of Drumshill, Co. Armagh; John OLIVER (father) of Tullycarrent [?], Co. Armagh.

1803

Tullygarren?

Grange?

OLIVER, John

1803 December 1 This marriage settlement is after the marriage of John OLIVER of Tullymore to Catherine WHITESIDE, daughter of Rev. James WHITESIDE of Drumflugh, Parish of Clonfeacle, Co. Tyrone. It involves ₤100 and 5 acres in Tullymore, Co. Armagh. OTHER NAMES: Jas WHITESIDE jr.of Drumflugh; Joshua McGEOGH of Drumshill, Co. Armagh; John OLIVER (father) of Tullycarrent [?], Co. Armagh.Tullycarrent[ ?],  Father of John OLIVER (who married WHITESIDE). NOTE: Could this be Tullygarren, Parish of Grange, Armagh? Or Tullycarrat?

1804

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

1804 January 14 OLIVER-CARSON * 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.

1804

Armagh

Armagh

OLIVER, William

1804 January 14 OLIVER-CARSON * 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.

1804

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, William

1804 September 15 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.

1804

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, Benjamin

1804 September 15 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.

1804

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, David

1804 September 15 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.

1804

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, Joseph

1804 October 31 * This is a marriage settlement between Joseph OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh & Jane HAMILTON, daughter of James HAMILTON [?] of Tullymore. OTHER NAMES: David OLIVER of Ballyrea; Robert HAMILTON of City of Dublin; James Maxwell HAMILTON of City of Dublin; David OLIVER agreed to transfer lands of Laragh, Co. Monaghan and Carnecarrow and the Mills & lands of Derryhat [possibly Derryhaw, Parish of Tynan, CO. Armagh] in trust to Robert HAMILTON & James Maxwell HAMILTON as well as an annuity of ₤50. Lands of "Killmore as well as Tullymore are also mentioned.

1804

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, David

1804 October 31 * This is a marriage settlement between Joseph OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh & Jane HAMILTON, daughter of James HAMILTON [?] of Tullymore. OTHER NAMES: David OLIVER of Ballyrea; Robert HAMILTON of City of Dublin; James Maxwell HAMILTON of City of Dublin; David OLIVER agreed to transfer lands of Laragh, Co. Monaghan and Carnecarrow and the Mills & lands of Derryhat [possibly Derryhaw, Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh] in trust to Robert HAMILTON & James Maxwell HAMILTON as well as an annuity of ₤50. Lands of "Killmore as well as Tullymore are also mentioned.

1804

Derryhaw

Tynan

OLIVER, David

1804 October 31 * This is a marriage settlement between Joseph OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh & Jane HAMILTON, daughter of James HAMILTON [?] of Tullymore. OTHER NAMES: David OLIVER of Ballyrea; Robert HAMILTON of City of Dublin; James Maxwell HAMILTON of City of Dublin; David OLIVER agreed to transfer lands of Laragh, Co. Monaghan and Carnecarrow and the Mills & lands of Derryhat [possibly Derryhaw, Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh] in trust to Robert HAMILTON & James Maxwell HAMILTON as well as an annuity of ₤50. Lands of "Killmore as well as Tullymore are also mentioned. Initially, I had this as Derryhat, Co. Monaghan, but it fits with other leases if it is Parish of Tynan, Armagh.

1804

Brootally

Derrynoose

OLIVER, Andrew

1804 Mar 22 married Anne HANNA of Tereskene. SOURCE: Old Eglish Church, Parish of Eglish register. I have him as a son of William OLIVER (1730-1816) & Elizabeth STEEL.

1804

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Jane

Christened. Parents William & Mary OLIVER

1804

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Mary

Daughter Jane OLIVER christened. Husband William OLIVER

1804

?

Eglish

OLIVER, William

Daughter Jane OLIVER christened. Wife Mary OLIVER

1804

Terrascane 

Eglish

HANNA, Anne

1804 Mar 22 married Andrew OLIVER see also 1843 where another generation with the same names and location also married. NOTE: Based on a hunch, I have him as a son of William OLIVER (1730-1816) & Elizabeth STEEL

1804

Tullysarren

Eglish

OLIVER, Andrew

Probate Could also be 1806 as well.

1806

Ballyrea 

Armagh

OLIVER, David

Interred C. of I.

1806

Tullymore

Armagh

OLIVER, John

Interred C. of I. “Tullymore Sturgan”

1806

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

Residence at time of lease of Killynure. Farmer.

1806 May 8 It may be that there are errors in my transcription since the language of this deed dated May 8, 1806 parallels that of Deed: 684-85-470424 dated May 8, 1807. I suspect they are the same leases. John PRINGLE of Caledon, Co. Tyrone has leased for 20 years the part of Killynure (shown in map) to Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare, Co. Armagh who is also expected to grind all his grain at Lisbanoe, Co. Armagh. OTHER NAMES: William CARSON, Robert McCADAM; John DOBBIN.

1806

Killynure

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

1806 May 8 It may be that there are errors in my transcription since the language of this deed dated May 8, 1806 parallels that of Deed: 684-85-470424 dated May 8, 1807. I suspect they are the same leases. John PRINGLE of Caledon, Co. Tyrone has leased for 20 years the part of Killynure (shown in map) to Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare, Co. Armagh who is also expected to grind all his grain at Lisbanoe, Co. Armagh. OTHER NAMES: William CARSON, Robert McCADAM; John DOBBIN.

1807

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, David

Probate See also 1800.

1807

Lurgyvallen

Armagh

OLIVER, Elizabeth

SEE: Interred C. of I. age 34 (b. 1807)

1807

Tullysarren

Eglish

OLIVER, John

1807 January 20 * NAMES: John OLIVER of Tullysarren, Rebecca HOLMES née OLIVER & James HOLMES of Blackwatertown, William OLIVER of Mullinture, Samuel KNIPE, William OLIVER of Tullymore, Andrew OLIVER brother of Rebecca; Andrew OLIVER of Enniskillen, James CALDWELL, John TROTER of Mullyleggan, John Lloyd SANDERSON. Updated from photocopy of Deed. See also:OLIVERs of Mullinture

1807

Blackwatertown

Clonfeacle

OLIVER, Rebecca

1807 January 20 * NAMES: John OLIVER of Tullysarren, Rebecca HOLMES née OLIVER & James HOLMES of Blackwatertown, William OLIVER of Mullinture, Samuel KNIPE, William OLIVER of Tullymore, Andrew OLIVER brother of Rebecca; Andrew OLIVER of Enniskillen, James CALDWELL, John TROTER of Mullyleggan, John Lloyd SANDERSON. Updated from photocopy of Deed. See also:OLIVERs of Mullinture

1807

Mullintur

Eglish

OLIVER, William

1807 January 20 * NAMES: John OLIVER of Tullysarren, Rebecca HOLMES née OLIVER & James HOLMES of Blackwatertown, William OLIVER of Mullinture, Samuel KNIPE, William OLIVER of Tullymore, Andrew OLIVER brother of Rebecca; Andrew OLIVER of Enniskillen, James CALDWELL, John TROTER of Mullyleggan, John Lloyd SANDERSON. Updated from photocopy of Deed. See also:OLIVERs of Mullinture

1807

Tullymore

Armagh

OLIVER, William

1807 January 20 * NAMES: John OLIVER of Tullysarren, Rebecca HOLMES née OLIVER & James HOLMES of Blackwatertown, William OLIVER of Mullinture, Samuel KNIPE, William OLIVER of Tullymore, Andrew OLIVER brother of Rebecca; Andrew OLIVER of Enniskillen, James CALDWELL, John TROTER of Mullyleggan, John Lloyd SANDERSON. Updated from photocopy of Deed. See also:OLIVERs of Mullinture

1807

Newtown Hamilton

Newtown Hamilton

Oliver, Andrew

1807 January 20 * NAMES: John OLIVER of Tullysarren, Rebecca HOLMES née OLIVER & James HOLMES of Blackwatertown, William OLIVER of Mullinture, Samuel KNIPE, William OLIVER of Tullymore, Andrew OLIVER brother of Rebecca; Andrew OLIVER of Enniskillen, James CALDWELL, John TROTER of Mullyleggan, John Lloyd SANDERSON. Updated from photocopy of Deed. See also:OLIVERs of Mullinture

1807

Enagh

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

1815 Jan 16 This actually refers to a deed 1807, May 2. Names mentioned: John PRINGLE of Caledon, Co. Tyrone; Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare; William CARSON; Leonard DOBBIN of the City of Armagh; Arthur HUGHES of Caledon; William OLIVER of the City of Armagh; Michael MAGEE. Concerns lands 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.

1807

Armagh

Armagh

OLIVER, William

1815 Jan 16 This actually refers to a deed 1807, May 2. Names mentioned: John PRINGLE of Caledon, Co. Tyrone; Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare; William CARSON; Leonard DOBBIN of the City of Armagh; Arthur HUGHES of Caledon; William OLIVER of the City of Armagh (brother of Benjamin); Michael MAGEE. Concerns lands 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.

1807

Tullymore

Armagh

OLIVER, Joseph

1807 May 6 Joseph OLIVER & Joseph LEE * Names in order of mention: Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore, Joseph LEE, John PRINGLE, Leonard DOBBIN, Thomas APPLEBY, William BROTHER[S], Robert LIVINGSTON.

1807

Kennedies

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Joseph

1807 May 6 Joseph OLIVER & Joseph LEE * Names in order of mention: Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore, Joseph LEE, John PRINGLE, Leonard DOBBIN, Thomas APPLEBY, William BROTHER[S], Robert LIVINGSTON. NOTE: The lease concerned land in the Kennedies

1807

Enagh

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

1807 May 8_John Pringle James Oliver  Lease of Killynure & Enagh

John Pringle Demesed to the said Benjamin Oliver that & those that part of the townlands of Enagh & Killynure & occupation of the said Benjamin Oliver containing by estimation 58 acres 5 perches English measure

1807

Killynure

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

1807 May 8_John Pringle James Oliver  Lease of Killynure & Enagh

John Pringle Demesed to the said Benjamin Oliver that & those that part of the townlands of Enagh & Killynure & occupation of the said Benjamin Oliver containing by estimation 58 acres 5 perches English measure

1807

Enagh

Lisnadill

OLIVER, James

Residence. Farmer

1815 January 16  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. Witness William OLIVER

1807

Enagh

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William

1815 January 16  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. Witness William OLIVER

1807

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

Residence, farmer at time of Killynure & Enagh lease

1807

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, Margaret

1807 November 13, 2007 Margaret OLIVER & Patrick McCLELAND * 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 (her brother), William OLIVER (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.

1807

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, David

1807 November 13, 2007 Margaret OLIVER & Patrick McCLELAND * 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 (her brother), William OLIVER (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 (another brother) and Rev. William HUTCHISON.

1807

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, Joseph

1807 November 13, 2007 Margaret OLIVER & Patrick McCLELAND * 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 (her brother), William OLIVER (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.

1807

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, William

1807 November 13, 2007 Margaret OLIVER & Patrick McCLELAND * 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 (her brother), William OLIVER (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.

1807

Ballyrea?

Armagh?

OLIVER, Benjamin

1807 November 13, 2007 Margaret OLIVER & Patrick McCLELAND * 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 (her brother), William OLIVER (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. NOTE: Benjamin may have also been of Lislooney.

1807

Lislooney 

Tynan

OLIVER, Benjamin

Resident & Freeholder

1808

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, Susanna

Interred C.of I. Belfast Newsletter March 29, 1808: At Ballyrea, near Armagh. During the course of a long life, she fulfilled the duties of a daughter, wife and parent with undeviating propriety: as she lived beloved and esteemed so will her death be long regretted not only by her family and friends but by the neighbouring poor, to relieve whose distress her heart was always alive and hand open.

1808

Tullyard

Grange?

OLIVER, Margaret

Interred C. of I. It could be either the parish of Creggan or of Grange, but Grange is more likely.

1809

Colone

[?]

OLIVER, Thomas

Interred C. of I.

1809

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Alicia

Christened – parents William & Mary OLIVER

1809

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Elizabeth

Christened. Parents Joseph & Mary OLIVER

1809

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Joseph

Daughter Elizabeth christened. Wife Mary

1809

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Mary

Daughter Alicia christened, father William OLIVER

1809

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Mary

Daughter Elizabeth christened. Husband Joseph

1809

Derryhaw

Tynan

OLIVER, William

1809 November 20 NAMES: William OLIVER of Laragh, Mary Anne HYDE widow of Clarendon HYDE, George ROCHE of Warrenpoint, David TOMB of Dublin, William FORREST of Warrenpoint, Robert TURNER of Warrenpoint. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Laragh & Cornacarrow, Parish of Augnamullen, Co. Monaghan; Derryhaw, Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh, Ballyrea, Co. Armagh

1809

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, William

1809 November 20 NAMES: William OLIVER of Laragh, Mary Anne HYDE widow of Clarendon HYDE, George ROCHE of Warrenpoint, David TOMB of Dublin, William FORREST of Warrenpoint, Robert TURNER of Warrenpoint. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Laragh & Cornacarrow, Parish of Augnamullen, Co. Monaghan; Derryhaw, Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh, Ballyrea, Co. Armagh

1809

?

Eglish

OLIVER, William

Daughter Alicia christened. Wife Mary
NEED TO CHECK: DEED: 299-312-198442 re: Alicia

1811

Tullymore

Armagh

OLIVER, John

1811 April 8 * Whereby the said John Oliver for and in consideration of the sum of ₤100. to him in kind paid by the said Samuel Oliver did grant bargain settle assign and make over unto the said Samuel Oliver his heirs executors and administrators and assigns all that part of the lands of Tullymore then in possession of said John Oliver containing 29 acres two roods

1811

Tullymore

Armagh

OLIVER, Samuel

1811 April 8 Whereby the said John Oliver for and in consideration of the sum of ₤100. to him in kind paid by the said Samuel Oliver [sadler of Monaghan] did grant bargain settle assign and make over unto the said Samuel Oliver his heirs executors and administrators and assigns all that part of the lands of Tullymore then in possession of said John Oliver containing 29 acres two roods

1811

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Anne

Christened. Parents Joseph & Mary OLIVER

1811

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Joseph

Daughter Anne christened. Wife Mary

1811

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Martha

Christened. Parents William & Mary OLIVER (SEE Interred 1850)

1811

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Mary

Daughter Anne christened. Husband Joseph OLIVER

1811

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Mary

Daughter Martha christened. Husband William OLIVER

1811

?

Eglish

OLIVER, William

Daughter Martha christened. Wife Mary

1812

 

 

OLIVER, Jane

1812 April Petition of the Protestants in Ireland, in favour of Catholic Emancipation. Signatures obtained at Armagh. The Belfast Monthly Magazine, vol. VIII, January – June 1812 (Belfast: Joseph Smyth, pp. 323-24).

Her husband John McCulla of Kearny Hill signed the Petition.

1812

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, James

1812 April Petition of the Protestants in Ireland, in favour of Catholic Emancipation. Signatures obtained at Armagh. The Belfast Monthly Magazine, vol. VIII, January – June 1812 (Belfast: Joseph Smyth, pp. 323-24). SIgnatories included:

James OLIVER [ (d1853) of Ennislare and later Brootally.]

1812

Ennislare

Lisnadill

Oliver, William

1812 April Petition of the Protestants in Ireland, in favour of Catholic Emancipation. Signatures obtained at Armagh. The Belfast Monthly Magazine, vol. VIII, January – June 1812 (Belfast: Joseph Smyth, pp. 323-24).

The residence is not given, but it is most likely he was the William OLIVER (d1854) of Ennislare and later Brootally who was this signatory..

1812

Killynure

Lisnadill

Oliver, Benjamin

1812 April Petition of the Protestants in Ireland, in favour of Catholic Emancipation. Signatures obtained at Armagh. The Belfast Monthly Magazine, vol. VIII, January – June 1812 (Belfast: Joseph Smyth, pp. 323-24).

The residence is not given, but it is most likely this signature was that of Benjamin OLIVER (1765-1831) of Killynure.

1813

Mullintur?

Eglish

OLIVER, Adam

Christened. Parents Joseph & Mary OLIVER NOTE: There was a subsequent Adam OLIVER mentioned in Disturbances in Co. Armagh 1784-1791: A young man named Adam Oliver fell sick, and for reasons best known to himself, sent for a Papist priest and died a Papist.  #10 footnote: The conversion of Adam Oliver of Mullintur involved Father Crawley in a bitter controversy.

1813

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Joseph

Daughter Margaret christened. Wife Mary

1813

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Joseph

Son Adam christened. Wife Mary

1813

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Margaret

Christened. Parents Joseph & Mary OLIVER

1813

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Mary

Daughter Margaret christened. Husband Joseph OLIVER

1813

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Mary

Son Adam christened. Husband Joseph OLIVER

1813

Tullymore

Armagh

OLIVER, John

1813 June 12 NAMES: John OLIVER of Armagh, Gent; Samuel OLIVER of Monaghan, sadler; Robert McMORRAN of Tullymore, Co. Armagh; Leonard DOBBIN, Armagh. John & Samuel OLIVER signed over to Robert McMORRAN 29.2 Acres.

1813

Tullymore

Armagh

OLIVER, Samuel

1813 June 12 NAMES: John OLIVER of Armagh, Gent; Samuel OLIVER of Monaghan, sadler; Robert McMORRAN of Tullymore, Co. Armagh; Leonard DOBBIN, Armagh. John & Samuel OLIVER signed over to Robert McMORRAN 29.2 Acres.

1815

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Joseph

Son William christened. Wife Mary

1815

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Mary

Son William christened. Husband Joseph OLIVER

1815

?

Eglish

OLIVER, William

Christened. Parents Joseph & Mary OLIVER

1815

Enagh

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

1815 Jan 16 This actually refers to a deed 1807, May 2. Names mentioned: John PRINGLE of Caledon, Co. Tyrone; Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare; William CARSON; Leonard DOBBIN of the City of Armagh; Arthur HUGHES of Caledon; William OLIVER of the City of Armagh; Michael MAGEE. Concerns lands 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.

1815

Armagh

Armagh

OLIVER, William

1815 Jan 16 This actually refers to a deed 1807, May 2. Names mentioned: John PRINGLE of Caledon, Co. Tyrone; Benjamin OLIVER of Ennislare; William CARSON; Leonard DOBBIN of the City of Armagh; Arthur HUGHES of Caledon; William OLIVER of the City of Armagh; Michael MAGEE. Concerns lands 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.

1816

Ennislare

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William

Probate. This is William OLIVER (1730-1816), husband of Elizabeth STEEL.

1816

 Killynure 

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

Planted 270 trees

1816

Lislooney 

Tynan

OLIVER, Benjamin

Death of youngest daughter of Benjamin

1816

Lislooney 

Tynan

OLIVER, Benjamin

Resident & Freeholder

1817

Lislooney 

Tynan

OLIVER, Benjamin

Resident & Freeholder

1818

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Jane

Christened. Parents Joseph & Mary OLIVER

1818

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Joseph

Daughter Jane christened. Wife Mary

1818

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Mary

Daughter Jane christened. Husband Joseph OLIVER

1818

Knockagraphy 

Eglish

OLIVER, Benjamin

Freehold of Benjamin who lives at Killynure

1819

 Killynure  

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

Freeholders List

1821

Tullysarren

Eglish

OLIVER, Andrew

1821 Sept 29 Dublin Weekly Register. At Tullysern House, near Armagh, Mr. Jacob Lyons, of Belfast, to Alicia, youngest daughter of the late Andrew Oliver, Esq. of the former place. They had a son Andrew Jacob LYONS (1828-1902) who married 18 Aug 1863 at St. Anne's Dublin.

1821

Tullysarren

Eglish

OLIVER, Alicia

1821 Sept 29 Dublin Weekly Register. At Tullysern House, near Armagh, Mr. Jacob Lyons, of Belfast, to Alicia, youngest daughter of the late Andrew Oliver, Esq. of the former place.

1821

 Scotch Street 

Armagh

OLIVER, Benjamin

1821 December 19 * NAMES: Rev. William HUTCHINSON of Ballyrath; John McCULLAGH sr.of Kearny Hill [husband of Jane OLIVER, sister of Benjamin OLIVER]; John McCULLAGH jr. of Kearney Hill; Benjamin OLIVER of Killynure; Thomas GREER; Peter CHRISTY of Scotch St., Armagh; William NICHOLS of Scotch St. Armagh; Richard Thomas DAWSON. NOTE: John McCULLAGH sr. was the husband of Jane OLIVER, sister of Benjamin OLIVER.

,,,demise grant set and to farm let on to the said John McCULLAGH junior and Benjamin OLIVER ALL that and those that tenement situate on the South side of Scotch St. in the city of Armagh aforesaid containing a front to Scotch St. 44'6" in depth on the West side joining William NICHOLS tenement 97 feet and in-depth on the East side joining Peter CHRISTY's Tenement 98 feet and in the rear 24 feet Bounded on the East by Peter CHRISTY's tenement on the West by William NICHOLS Tenement and on the North by Scotch St. and on the South By Abby Lane be the same more or less as the same are particularly laid down and described by a Chart or a Map of the same hereunto annexed.

1821

 Killynure  

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

1821 December 19 * NAMES: Rev. William HUTCHINSON of Ballyrath; John McCULLAGH sr.of Kearny Hill [husband of Jane OLIVER, sister of Benjamin OLIVER];; John McCULLAGH jr. of Kearney Hill; Benjamin OLIVER of Killynure; Thomas GREER; Peter CHRISTY of Scotch St., Armagh; William NICHOLS of Scotch St. Armagh; Richard Thomas DAWSON. NOTE: John McCULLAGH sr. was the husband of Jane OLIVER, sister of Benjamin OLIVER.

,,,demise grant set and to farm let on to the said John McCULLAGH junior and Benjamin OLIVER ALL that and those that tenement situate on the South side of Scotch St. in the city of Armagh aforesaid containing a front to Scotch St. 44'6" in depth on the West side joining William NICHOLS tenement 97 feet and in-depth on the East side joining Peter CHRISTY's Tenement 98 feet and in the rear 24 feet Bounded on the East by Peter CHRISTY's tenement on the West by William NICHOLS Tenement and on the North by Scotch St. and on the South By Abby Lane be the same more or less as the same are particularly laid down and described by a Chart or a Map of the same hereunto annexed.

1823

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Joseph

Daughter Mary christened. Wife Mary

1823

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Mary

Daughter Mary christened. Husband Joseph OLIVER

1823

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Mary

Christened. Parents Joseph & Mary OLIVER

1823

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Benjamin

November 1 1823 SEE: 1825 Feb 24 Dublin Evening Post

1824

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Benjamin

1824 April 6 ROD: 790-345-534280  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 & ? roods  meared and bounded on the North by the great road leading from 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....

1824

English Street

Armagh

OLIVER, James

1824 April 6 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 & ? roods  meared and bounded on the North by the great road leading from 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

1824

Tullymore

Armagh

OLIVER, Joseph

1824 May 28 NAMES: Andrew LYLE City of Armagh; Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore; Joseph LEE innkeeper, City of Armagh; John LEE probably grocer of Armagh; James ARMSTRONG of Dublin; James WATT of Dublin. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Kennedies mtg.

1824

Kennedies

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Joseph

1824 May 28 NAMES: Andrew LYLE City of Armagh; Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore; Joseph LEE innkeeper, City of Armagh; John LEE probably grocer of Armagh; James ARMSTRONG of Dublin; James WATT of Dublin. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Kennedies mtg.

1825

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, James

1825 Feb 24 Dublin Evening Post NAMES: The bankruptcy of James OLIVER, son of Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney, Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh; James WALLACE & Sons.

TO be SOLD, before the commissioners in this matter, in the ROYAL EXCHANGE COFFEE ROOM, Dublin, at Three o’Clock in the afternoon, on SATURDAY, the 26th day of FEBRUARY, instant, pursuant to the Order of the High Court of Chancery in Ireland, all the Bankrupt’s Right, Title, and Interest, in and to that Dwelling-House, Office Houses, Yard, and Premises, situated on the East side of English Street, in the city of Armagh, with the Appurtenances as formerly occupied by the Bankrupt, held by lease for thirty-one years, from the first day of November, 1823, with Toties Quoties clause for Renewal, so often as a Renewal or a new lease may be obtained of said premises, among others from the See of Armagh, subject to the yearly rent of £40, and a certain proportion of Fine on Renewal.

Also the Bankrupt’s Right, Title and Interest, in and to an Annuity, or Annual Sum of £21, issuing and payable out of, and chargeable upon, certain lands in Lisluny, in the County of Armagh, now or late in the possession of Mr. Benjamin Oliver, for the Life of the Bankrupt.

1825

English Street

Armagh

OLIVER, James

1825 Feb 24 Dublin Evening Post NAMES: The bankruptcy of James OLIVER, son of Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney, Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh; James WALLACE & Sons.

TO be SOLD, before the commissioners in this matter, in the ROYAL EXCHANGE COFFEE ROOM, Dublin, at Three o’Clock in the afternoon, on SATURDAY, the 26th day of FEBRUARY, instant, pursuant to the Order of the High Court of Chancery in Ireland, all the Bankrupt’s Right, Title, and Interest, in and to that Dwelling-House, Office Houses, Yard, and Premises, situated on the East side of English Street, in the city of Armagh, with the Appurtenances as formerly occupied by the Bankrupt, held by lease for thirty-one years, from the first day of November, 1823, with Toties Quoties clause for Renewal, so often as a Renewal or a new lease may be obtained of said premises, among others from the See of Armagh, subject to the yearly rent of £40, and a certain proportion of Fine on Renewal.

Also the Bankrupt’s Right, Title and Interest, in and to an Annuity, or Annual Sum of £21, issuing and payable out of, and chargeable upon, certain lands in Lisluny, in the County of Armagh, now or late in the possession of Mr. Benjamin Oliver, for the Life of the Bankrupt.

NOTE: English Street lease was described in ROD: 790-345-534280 dated April 6. 1824 James OLIVER of City of Armagh Merchantformerly 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 & ? roods meared and bounded on the North by the great road leading from 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

1825

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Benjamin

1825 Feb 24 Dublin Evening Post NAMES: The bankruptcy of James OLIVER, son of Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney, Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh; James WALLACE & Sons.

TO be SOLD, before the commissioners in this matter, in the ROYAL EXCHANGE COFFEE ROOM, Dublin, at Three o’Clock in the afternoon, on SATURDAY, the 26th day of FEBRUARY, instant, pursuant to the Order of the High Court of Chancery in Ireland, all the Bankrupt’s Right, Title, and Interest, in and to that Dwelling-House, Office Houses, Yard, and Premises, situated on the East side of English Street, in the city of Armagh, with the Appurtenances as formerly occupied by the Bankrupt, held by lease for thirty-one years, from the first day of November, 1823, with Toties Quoties clause for Renewal, so often as a Renewal or a new lease may be obtained of said premises, among others from the See of Armagh, subject to the yearly rent of £40, and a certain proportion of Fine on Renewal.

Also the Bankrupt’s Right, Title and Interest, in and to an Annuity, or Annual Sum of £21, issuing and payable out of, and chargeable upon, certain lands in Lisluny, in the County of Armagh, now or late in the possession of Mr. Benjamin Oliver, for the Life of the Bankrupt.

1825

Aughnacloy

Grange

OLIVER, Susan

Interred C. of I. age 70 (b. 1755)

1825

 Killynure 

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

Trust written up for daughters Eliza & Jane OLIVER. SEE: 1832 March 1 Probated will of Benjamin Oliver of Killynure

1825

 Killynure  

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Eliza

Trust written up for daughters Eliza & Jane OLIVER. SEE: 1832 March 1 Probated will of Benjamin Oliver of Killynure

1825

 Killynure 

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Jane

Trust written up for daughters Eliza & Jane OLIVER. SEE: 1832 March 1 Probated will of Benjamin Oliver of Killynure

1826

Armagh?

Armagh

OLIVER, Anne

Interred C.of I. age 63 (b. 1763)

1826

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Joseph

Son Joseph christened. Wife Mary

1826

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Joseph

Christened. Parents Joseph & Mary OLIVER

1826

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Mary

Son Joseph christened. Husband Joseph OLIVER

1827

Ballyrea

Armagh

LESLIE, David

Will of Joseph OLIVER – nephew & executor.

1827

Ballyrea 

Armagh

OLIVER, Mary

b. Died 1834 age 7 (probably Ballyrea)

1827

Armagh

Armagh City

OLIVER, John

Marriage at Armagh Cathedral to Margaret IRVINE to John OLIVER of Killyman [near Dungannon, Co. Tyrone on border of Armagh]. PRONI T/960/1. NOTE: Also: Mary Irvin and Joseph Oliver 1768.

1827

Creggan

Creggan

OLIVER, Jane

1827, Oct 27 interred in Creggan Churchyard, Co. Armagh. Age 87 (therefore born abt 1740)

1827

Tullysaren

Eglish

OLIVER, Unnamed

Interred C. of I. infant death

1827

Breaghey 

Tynan

OLIVER, Benjamin

Index to Tithe Appointments

1827

Cavanapole 

Tynan

OLIVER, Benjamin

Index to Tithe Appointments

1827

Delea 

Tynan

OLIVER, Benjamin

Index to Tithe Appointments

1827

Lislooney 

Tynan

OLIVER, Benjamin

Index to Tithe Appointment

1828

Lurgyvallen

Armagh

OLIVER, Ann

Daughter Mary Ann Christened. Husband William OLIVER

1828

Lurgyvallen

Armagh

OLIVER, Mary Ann

Christened - Parents William & Ann OLIVER

1828

Lurgyvallen

Armagh

OLIVER, William

Daughter Mary Ann Christened. Wife Anne. He was clerk to M. BELL

1828

Knockagraphy 

Eglish

OLIVER, Benjamin

Freehold of Benjamin who lives at Killynure

1828

 Killynure 

Lisnadill

BALLANTYNE, Elizabeth

Son William OLIVER born. Husband William OLIVER

1828

 Killynure 

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William

Farmer. Son William OLIVER born. Wife Margaret BALLANTYNE

1828

 Killynure 

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William

Christened – parents William OLIVER & Elizabeth BALLANTYNE

1828 Lislooney Tynan OLIVER, Benjamin

Newry Commercial Telegraph 7 March 1828 CALEDON PLOUGHING MATCH. The Caledon Branch of the North West Farming Society of Ireland held its fifth annual ploughing match in a field of Mr. Joseph Irwin, on Thursday the 28th ult. The Judges appointed upon the occasion were Messrs. John Vogan, Benjamin Oliver, and Alexander Pringle whose knowledge in that department could not easily be excelled. NOTE: Because of the participation of the farmers from the Tynan Branch, I suspect this would be Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney, Tynan.

1828

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Arthur

John JACKSON of Armagh & William McWILLIAMS part of townland of Ballinahonebeg upwards of 46 acres previously held by Arthur OLIVER dec’d containing one half of the said lands of Ballynahonebeg and before that in possession of Charles SEAVER dec’d  and that part of the said moiety called the Northern Division containing twenty three acres two roods and also that farm  a part of said Moiety called  the Bleach green containing about ten acres and a half with all waters, Water courses Weirs, Mills, Dams Houses Buildings and Improvements  formerly in possession of John OLIVER Mary OLIVER & Elizabeth OLIVER John JACKSON held these leases under  the Lord Primate... witness Alexander John DOBBIN Gent one of the attorneys and Andrew MAZIERE Apothecary both of the City and County of Armagh.

1828

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Elizabeth

John JACKSON of Armagh & William McWILLIAMS part of townland of Ballinahonebeg upwards of 46 acres previously held by Arthur OLIVER dec’d containing one half of the said lands of Ballynahonebeg and before that in possession of Charles SEAVER dec’d  and that part of the said moiety called the Northern Division containing twenty three acres two roods and also that farm  a part of said Moiety called  the Bleach green containing about ten acres and a half with all waters, Water courses Weirs, Mills, Dams Houses Buildings and Improvements  formerly in possession of John OLIVER Mary OLIVER & Elizabeth OLIVER John JACKSON held these leases under  the Lord Primate... witness Alexander John DOBBIN Gent one of the attorneys and Andrew MAZIERE Apothecary both of the City and County of Armagh.

1828

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, John

John JACKSON of Armagh & William McWILLIAMS part of townland of Ballinahonebeg upwards of 46 acres previously held by Arthur OLIVER dec’d containing one half of the said lands of Ballynahonebeg and before that in possession of Charles SEAVER dec’d  and that part of the said moiety called the Northern Division containing twenty three acres two roods and also that farm  a part of said Moiety called  the Bleach green containing about ten acres and a half with all waters, Water courses Weirs, Mills, Dams Houses Buildings and Improvements  formerly in possession of John OLIVER Mary OLIVER & Elizabeth OLIVER John JACKSON held these leases under  the Lord Primate... witness Alexander John DOBBIN Gent one of the attorneys and Andrew MAZIERE Apothecary both of the City and County of Armagh.

1828

Ballynahonebeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Mary

John JACKSON of Armagh & William McWILLIAMS part of townland of Ballinahonebeg upwards of 46 acres previously held by Arthur OLIVER dec’d containing one half of the said lands of Ballynahonebeg and before that in possession of Charles SEAVER dec’d  and that part of the said moiety called the Northern Division containing twenty three acres two roods and also that farm  a part of said Moiety called  the Bleach green containing about ten acres and a half with all waters, Water courses Weirs, Mills, Dams Houses Buildings and Improvements  formerly in possession of John OLIVER Mary OLIVER & Elizabeth OLIVER John JACKSON held these leases under  the Lord Primate... witness Alexander John DOBBIN Gent one of the attorneys and Andrew MAZIERE Apothecary both of the City and County of Armagh.

1829

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Messrs

1829 February 27 Belfast Newsletter. At this time, the prospect from Woodpark Hill was truly delightful and picturesque – the immense concourse which clothed its sides rising in the form of an extensive amphitheatre; underneath the busy ploughman preparing for the contest, and some contending with restive horses. Adjoining, it laid the demesne of Fellows Hall, the seat of T. Knox Armstrong, Esq. and on a rising ground in the same direction, the village of Killylea; to the right, the venerable Cathedral of Armagh, showed its elevated spire, and the distant prospect in this direction was almost inimitable; to the left lay Mount Irwin, the highly improved and handsome demesne of William Irwin, Esq. The eye was next attracted by the, well cultivated forms of Messrs. Oliver and Roberts of Lislooney, and the village of Tynan, adjoining the beautiful and extensive demesnes of Sir James M. Strong, Bart. and the Earl of Caledon. To the south, as far as the horizon, they are fine champaign country, apparently well improved.

1829

Knockagraphy 

Eglish

OLIVER, Benjamin

Freehold of Benjamin who lives at Killynure

1829

 Killynure  

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

His residence when he leased Knockagraphy

1830

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, James

James OLIVER, a son of Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney married Letitia SIMPSON on June 17 1830. SOURCE:   Belfast Newsletter. At Killeen cottage on Thursday 17th inst by the Rev P. S. HENRY, James OLIVER of Lislooney to Letitia, younger daughter of the late William SIMPSON of Cavancaw

1830

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Benjamin

James OLIVER, a son of Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney married Letitia SIMPSON on June 17 1830. SOURCE:   Belfast Newsletter. At Killeen cottage on Thursday 17th inst by the Rev P. S. HENRY, James OLIVER of Lislooney to Letitia, younger daughter of the late William SIMPSON of Cavancaw

1830

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Letitia

James OLIVER, a son of Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney married Letitia SIMPSON on June 17 1830. SOURCE:   Belfast Newsletter. At Killeen cottage on Thursday 17th inst by the Rev P. S. HENRY, James OLIVER of Lislooney to Letitia, younger daughter of the late William SIMPSON of Cavancaw

1831

 Killynure  

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

His residence at time of death.

1831

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Mr. & Mrs.

1831 Mar 11 Belfast Newsletter. TYNAN FARMING SOCIETY. – The annual ploughing match of the Tynan branch, N. E. farming society, was held on the 24th ult. on the Glebe lands at Tynan. On the signal being given, 25 competitors started in admirable style; and so well was the whole work executed that the judges –Messrs M. Pringle of Grange, Val B. Fair of Caledon, and James Wilson of Glasslough – had a great difficulty in selecting the most meritorious lots; between the best two of which they were unable to decide – so the silver cup with £2 for first prize, was again to be contested. – Mr. and Mrs Oliver of Lislooney, had prepared a very sumptuous entertainment, which was dispensed with an unsparing hand to every respectable individual who either was an acquaintance or known to come from a distance. At five o’clock, about 60 persons, composed principally the neighbouring gentry and respectable farmers, sat down to dinner – Maxwell Cross of Dartry, Esq. in the chair. After dinner, the usual national patrioticle complimentary and agricultural toasts, were given. The adjudications were then read by the secretary – 1st and 2nd to be ploughed again, by Messrs. John Stitt of Tynan, and R. Johnston of Deryyha – 3rd, John Sanderson, ploughman to Mr. E. Kilpatrick – 4th, Samuel Beattie, ploughman to Mr. John Martin – 5th, John Gregory, ploughman to Mr. James Morrow – 6th, Thomas Heney, ploughman to T.K. Armstrong, Esq. – 7th John McAllister, ploughman to Colonel Close – 8th, Frank Hughes, ploughman to Mr. Dixon – 9th, Mr. Oliver’s ploughman – 10th, Mr. A. Johnston’s ploughman – 11th, Mr. D. Norton’s Ploughman – 12 Mr. M. Armstrong’s Ploughman.

1832

Killynure

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

1832 March 1 Probated will of Benjamin Oliver of Killynure This will provides the names of Benjamin OLIVERs children as well as his brothers and mentions townlands that he had leases for. NAMES: Benjamin OLIVER of Killynure; Thomas SIMPSON of City Armagh, flour merchant; sons Thomas & William OLIVER; Elizabeth OLIVER (wife nee BRADFORD); Dillon POLLARD; John PRINGLE; Rev. Francis GERVAISE; Roger FORDE; William OLIVER & James OLIVER brothers of Benjamin OLIVER; John McCULLAGH, brother-in-law of Benjamin OLIVER; Richard MURRAY; Henry CAMPBELL; Thomas APPLEBY; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore; Eliza and Mary Jane OLIVER daughters of Benjamin OLIVER. TOWNLANDS: Maghery Kilcrany, Killynure, Knockagraphy, Lisdrummond AKA Lisdrummard.

1832

Maghery Kilcrany

Derrynoose

OLIVER, Benjamin

1832 March 1 Probated will of Benjamin Oliver of Killynure This will provides the names of Benjamin OLIVERs children as well as his brothers and mentions townlands that he had leases for. NAMES: Benjamin OLIVER of Killynure; Thomas SIMPSON of City Armagh, flour merchant; sons Thomas & William OLIVER; Elizabeth OLIVER (wife nee BRADFORD); Dillon POLLARD; John PRINGLE; Rev. Francis GERVAISE; Roger FORDE; William OLIVER & James OLIVER brothers of Benjamin OLIVER; John McCULLAGH, brother-in-law of Benjamin OLIVER; Richard MURRAY; Henry CAMPBELL; Thomas APPLEBY; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore; Eliza and Mary Jane OLIVER daughters of Benjamin OLIVER. TOWNLANDS: Maghery Kilcrany, Killynure, Knockagraphy, Lisdrummond AKA Lisdrummard.

1832

Knockagraphy

Eglish

OLIVER, Benjamin

1832 March 1 Probated will of Benjamin Oliver of Killynure This will provides the names of Benjamin OLIVERs children as well as his brothers and mentions townlands that he had leases for. NAMES: Benjamin OLIVER of Killynure; Thomas SIMPSON of City Armagh, flour merchant; sons Thomas & William OLIVER; Elizabeth OLIVER (wife nee BRADFORD); Dillon POLLARD; John PRINGLE; Rev. Francis GERVAISE; Roger FORDE; William OLIVER & James OLIVER brothers of Benjamin OLIVER; John McCULLAGH, brother-in-law of Benjamin OLIVER; Richard MURRAY; Henry CAMPBELL; Thomas APPLEBY; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore; Eliza and Mary Jane OLIVER daughters of Benjamin OLIVER. TOWNLANDS: Maghery Kilcrany, Killynure, Knockagraphy, Lisdrummond AKA Lisdrummard.

1832

Lisdrummard

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

1832 March 1 Probated will of Benjamin Oliver of Killynure This will provides the names of Benjamin OLIVERs children as well as his brothers and mentions townlands that he had leases for. NAMES: Benjamin OLIVER of Killynure; Thomas SIMPSON of City Armagh, flour merchant; sons Thomas & William OLIVER; Elizabeth OLIVER (wife nee BRADFORD); Dillon POLLARD; John PRINGLE; Rev. Francis GERVAISE; Roger FORDE; William OLIVER & James OLIVER brothers of Benjamin OLIVER; John McCULLAGH, brother-in-law of Benjamin OLIVER; Richard MURRAY; Henry CAMPBELL; Thomas APPLEBY; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore; Eliza and Mary Jane OLIVER daughters of Benjamin OLIVER. TOWNLANDS: Maghery Kilcrany, Killynure, Knockagraphy, Lisdrummond AKA Lisdrummard.

1832

Killynure

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Thomas

1832 March 1 Probated will of Benjamin Oliver of Killynure This will provides the names of Benjamin OLIVERs children as well as his brothers and mentions townlands that he had leases for. NAMES: Benjamin OLIVER of Killynure; Thomas SIMPSON of City Armagh, flour merchant; sons Thomas & William OLIVER; Elizabeth OLIVER (wife nee BRADFORD); Dillon POLLARD; John PRINGLE; Rev. Francis GERVAISE; Roger FORDE; William OLIVER & James OLIVER brothers of Benjamin OLIVER; John McCULLAGH, brother-in-law of Benjamin OLIVER; Richard MURRAY; Henry CAMPBELL; Thomas APPLEBY; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore; Eliza and Mary Jane OLIVER daughters of Benjamin OLIVER. TOWNLANDS: Maghery Kilcrany, Killynure, Knockagraphy, Lisdrummond AKA Lisdrummard.

1832

Killynure

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William

1832 March 1 Probated will of Benjamin Oliver of Killynure This will provides the names of Benjamin OLIVERs children as well as his brothers and mentions townlands that he had leases for. NAMES: Benjamin OLIVER of Killynure; Thomas SIMPSON of City Armagh, flour merchant; sons Thomas & William OLIVER; Elizabeth OLIVER (wife nee BRADFORD); Dillon POLLARD; John PRINGLE; Rev. Francis GERVAISE; Roger FORDE; William OLIVER & James OLIVER brothers of Benjamin OLIVER; John McCULLAGH, brother-in-law of Benjamin OLIVER; Richard MURRAY; Henry CAMPBELL; Thomas APPLEBY; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore; Eliza and Mary Jane OLIVER daughters of Benjamin OLIVER. TOWNLANDS: Maghery Kilcrany, Killynure, Knockagraphy, Lisdrummond AKA Lisdrummard.

1832

Killynure

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William

1832 March 1 Probated will of Benjamin Oliver of Killynure This will provides the names of Benjamin OLIVERs children as well as his brothers and mentions townlands that he had leases for. NAMES: Benjamin OLIVER of Killynure; Thomas SIMPSON of City Armagh, flour merchant; sons Thomas & William OLIVER; Elizabeth OLIVER (wife nee BRADFORD); Dillon POLLARD; John PRINGLE; Rev. Francis GERVAISE; Roger FORDE; William OLIVER & James OLIVER brothers of Benjamin OLIVER; John McCULLAGH, brother-in-law of Benjamin OLIVER; Richard MURRAY; Henry CAMPBELL; Thomas APPLEBY; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore; Eliza and Mary Jane OLIVER daughters of Benjamin OLIVER. TOWNLANDS: Maghery Kilcrany, Killynure, Knockagraphy, Lisdrummond AKA Lisdrummard.

1832

Killynure

Lisnadill

OLIVER, James

1832 March 1 Probated will of Benjamin Oliver of Killynure This will provides the names of Benjamin OLIVERs children as well as his brothers and mentions townlands that he had leases for. NAMES: Benjamin OLIVER of Killynure; Thomas SIMPSON of City Armagh, flour merchant; sons Thomas & William OLIVER; Elizabeth OLIVER (wife nee BRADFORD); Dillon POLLARD; John PRINGLE; Rev. Francis GERVAISE; Roger FORDE; William OLIVER & James OLIVER brothers of Benjamin OLIVER; John McCULLAGH, brother-in-law of Benjamin OLIVER; Richard MURRAY; Henry CAMPBELL; Thomas APPLEBY; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore; Eliza and Mary Jane OLIVER daughters of Benjamin OLIVER. TOWNLANDS: Maghery Kilcrany, Killynure, Knockagraphy, Lisdrummond AKA Lisdrummard.

1832

Killynure

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Jane

1832 March 1 Probated will of Benjamin Oliver of Killynure This will provides the names of Benjamin OLIVERs children as well as his brothers and mentions townlands that he had leases for. NAMES: Benjamin OLIVER of Killynure; Thomas SIMPSON of City Armagh, flour merchant; sons Thomas & William OLIVER; Elizabeth OLIVER (wife nee BRADFORD); Dillon POLLARD; John PRINGLE; Rev. Francis GERVAISE; Roger FORDE; William OLIVER & James OLIVER brothers of Benjamin OLIVER; John McCULLAGH, brother-in-law [wife Jane OLIVER] of Benjamin OLIVER; Richard MURRAY; Henry CAMPBELL; Thomas APPLEBY; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore; Eliza and Mary Jane OLIVER daughters of Benjamin OLIVER. TOWNLANDS: Maghery Kilcrany, Killynure, Knockagraphy, Lisdrummond AKA Lisdrummard.

1832

Killynure

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Eliza

1832 March 1 Probated will of Benjamin Oliver of Killynure This will provides the names of Benjamin OLIVERs children as well as his brothers and mentions townlands that he had leases for. NAMES: Benjamin OLIVER of Killynure; Thomas SIMPSON of City Armagh, flour merchant; sons Thomas & William OLIVER; Elizabeth OLIVER (wife nee BRADFORD); Dillon POLLARD; John PRINGLE; Rev. Francis GERVAISE; Roger FORDE; William OLIVER & James OLIVER brothers of Benjamin OLIVER; John McCULLAGH, brother-in-law of Benjamin OLIVER; Richard MURRAY; Henry CAMPBELL; Thomas APPLEBY; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore; Eliza and Mary Jane OLIVER daughters of Benjamin OLIVER. TOWNLANDS: Maghery Kilcrany, Killynure, Knockagraphy, Lisdrummond AKA Lisdrummard.

1832

Killynure

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Mary Jane

1832 March 1 Probated will of Benjamin Oliver of Killynure This will provides the names of Benjamin OLIVERs children as well as his brothers and mentions townlands that he had leases for. NAMES: Benjamin OLIVER of Killynure; Thomas SIMPSON of City Armagh, flour merchant; sons Thomas & William OLIVER; Elizabeth OLIVER (wife nee BRADFORD); Dillon POLLARD; John PRINGLE; Rev. Francis GERVAISE; Roger FORDE; William OLIVER & James OLIVER brothers of Benjamin OLIVER; John McCULLAGH, brother-in-law of Benjamin OLIVER; Richard MURRAY; Henry CAMPBELL; Thomas APPLEBY; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore; Eliza and Mary Jane OLIVER daughters of Benjamin OLIVER. TOWNLANDS: Maghery Kilcrany, Killynure, Knockagraphy, Lisdrummond AKA Lisdrummard.

1832

Umgola

Armagh

OLIVER, Joseph

Index to Tithe Applotments 1832 Tithes: Grange District

Joseph Oliver 1.0.0

1832

Drumarge & Downs

Armagh

OLIVER, William

Index to Tithe Applotments 1832 Tithes: Grange District

William Oliver 4.1.20 This is now a townland in the Parish of Armagh. It is on the eastern border of Legarhill.

1832

Tullymore

Armagh

OLIVER, Joseph

Index to Tithe Applotments 1832 Tithes: Grange District

Mr. Joseph Oliver 57.2.11

1832

Lurgyvallen

 

OLIVER, Robert

Index to Tithe Applotments 1832 Tithes: Grange District

Robert OLIVER 8.2.30

Henry Rocks 14.0.0

1832

Ballyrea 

Armagh

OLIVER, Benjamin

Index to Tithe Applotments 1832 Tithes: Grange District

Benjamin Oliver 68.1.10

Benjamin Oliver 17.2.32

John Rocks 49.1.32

1832

Magherry Kilcranny

Derrynoose

BRADFORD, Elizabeth

Rents mentioned in will of Benjamin OLIVER

1832

Maghery Kilcranny

Derrynoose

OLIVER, Benjamin

Rents mentioned in will of Benjamin OLIVER

1832

 Killynure 

Lisnadill

BRADFORD, Elizabeth

Mentioned in Will of Benjamin OLIVER - wife

1832

 Killynure 

Lisnadill

McCULLAGH, John

Will of Benjamin OLIVER – brother-in-law

1832

 Killynure 

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

Probate. Farmer

1832

Lislooney 

Tynan

OLIVER, Benjamin

Resident & Freeholder See: OLIVER Freeholders.

1832 Brootaly Derrynoose OLIVER, William He held a lease at Brootally from Maxwell CLOSE, but lived at Enagh. See: OLIVER Freeholders. His was a £10 holding.
1832 Enagh Lisnadill OLIVER, William He held a lease at Brootally from Maxwell CLOSE, but lived at Enagh. See: OLIVER Freeholders. His was a £10 holding in Brootally.

1834

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, Mary

Interred C. of I. age 7 (born 1827)

1835

?

Eglish

MATHERS, John

Marriage to Margaret OLIVER

1835

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Anne

Marriage to Isaac ROBINSON

1835

?

Eglish

OLIVER, Margaret

Marriage to John MATHERS

1835

?

Eglish

ROBINSON, Isaac

Marriage to Anne OLIVER

1836

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, Joseph

1836 August 16 NAMES: Nathaniel LESLIE of Leslie Hall in Co. Armagh; Joseph OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh, Gent; Benjamin OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh, gent; William LESLIE deceased; Camack & Henry MAHALLAM; Bernard McCARTEN, Co. Monaghan; Thomas REILLY, Co. Monaghan. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Drumcanver (not sure which parish).

1836

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, Benjamin

1836 August 16 NAMES: Nathaniel LESLIE of Leslie Hall in Co. Armagh; Joseph OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh, Gent; Benjamin OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh, gent; William LESLIE deceased; Camack & Henry MAHALLAM; Bernard McCARTEN, Co. Monaghan; Thomas REILLY, Co. Monaghan. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Drumcanver, Parish of Derrynoose.

1836

Drumcanver

Derrynoose

OLIVER, Joseph

1836 August 16 NAMES: Nathaniel LESLIE of Leslie Hall in Co. Armagh; Joseph OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh, Gent; Benjamin OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh, gent; William LESLIE deceased; Camack & Henry MAHALLAM; Bernard McCARTEN, Co. Monaghan; Thomas REILLY, Co. Monaghan. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Drumcanver (not sure which parish).

1836

Drumcanver

Derrynoose

OLIVER, Benjamin

1836 August 16 NAMES: Nathaniel LESLIE of Leslie Hall in Co. Armagh; Joseph OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh, Gent; Benjamin OLIVER of Ballyrea, Co. Armagh, gent; William LESLIE deceased; Camack & Henry MAHALLAM; Bernard McCARTEN, Co. Monaghan; Thomas REILLY, Co. Monaghan. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Drumcanver, Parish of Derrynoose.

1836

Lurgyvallen

Armagh

OLIVER, Abraham

Baptized. Twin of Margaret. Parents Robert & Elizabeth OLIVER

1836

Lurgyvallen

Armagh

OLIVER, Elizabeth

Mother of twins; wife of Robert OLIVER

1836

Lurgyvallen

Armagh

OLIVER, Margaret

Baptized. Twin of Abraham. Parents Robert & Elizabeth OLIVER

1836

Lurgyvallen

Armagh

OLIVER, Robert

Father of twins; husband of  Elizabeth OLIVER

1837

Lurgyvallen

Armagh

OLIVER Anne

wife of William; 22/10/1837 daughter Eliza;  C of I

1837

Lurgyvallen

Armagh

OLIVER, Eliza

b. 22/10/1837; daughter of William & Anne OLIVER C of I

1837

Lurgyvallen

Armagh

OLIVER, William

husband of Anne; . 22/10/1837 daughter Eliza; C of I

1837

Laragh

Aghnamullen

OLIVER, William

1837 May 24 NAMES: William OLIVER & son Joseph OLIVER of Laragh [Aghnamullen, Co. Monaghan]; William OLIVER's brothers - Joseph OLIVER (of Tullymore) & Benjamin OLIVER (of Ballyrea).

1837

Laragh

Aghnamullen

OLIVER, Joseph

1837 May 24 NAMES: William OLIVER & son Joseph OLIVER of Laragh; William OLIVER's brothers - Joseph OLIVER (of Tullymore) & Benjamin OLIVER (of Ballyrea).

1837

Tullymore

Armagh

OLIVER, Joseph

1837 May 24 NAMES: William OLIVER & son Joseph OLIVER of Laragh; William OLIVER's brothers - Joseph OLIVER (of Tullymore) & Benjamin OLIVER (of Ballyrea).

1837

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, Benjamin

1837 May 24 NAMES: William OLIVER & son Joseph OLIVER of Laragh; William OLIVER's brothers - Joseph OLIVER (of Tullymore) & Benjamin OLIVER (of Ballyrea).

1837

Tullymore

Armagh

OLIVER, John Elliot

1837 November 15 Will proved of Joseph OLIVER See also: Newsclippings where there are three articles relating to OLIVER family members and legal proceedings regarding the mills.NAMES: Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore, Benjamin OLIVER, William OLIVER, Mrs. HAMILTON, Mrs. McCULLAGH née ALEXANDER, John Elliot OLIVER, David LESLIE, Mary Anne LENNON, B. Shuldhand HENRY, David COLLINS, Catherine OLIVER, Thomas CUMMING, MD, June BOYLE. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Laragh & Cornacarrow, Parish of Aghnamullen, Co. Monaghan.

Will of Joseph OLIVER mentioned as son. d. 1850, age 19

1837

Tullymore

Armagh

OLIVER, Catherine

1837 November 15 Will proved of Joseph OLIVER See also: Newsclippings where there are three articles relating to OLIVER family members and legal proceedings regarding the mills.NAMES: Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore, Benjamin OLIVER, William OLIVER, Mrs. HAMILTON, Mrs. McCULLAGH née ALEXANDER, John Elliot OLIVER, David LESLIE, Mary Anne LENNON, B. Shuldhand HENRY, David COLLINS, Catherine OLIVER, Thomas CUMMING, MD, June BOYLE. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Laragh & Cornacarrow, Parish of Aghnamullen, Co. Monaghan.

Will of Joseph OLIVER mentioned as wife

1837

Tullymore

Armagh

OLIVER, Joseph

1837 November 15 Will proved of Joseph OLIVER See also: Newsclippings where there are three articles relating to OLIVER family members and legal proceedings regarding the mills.NAMES: Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore, Benjamin OLIVER, William OLIVER, Mrs. HAMILTON, Mrs. McCULLAGH née ALEXANDER, John Elliot OLIVER, David LESLIE, Mary Anne LENNON, B. Shuldhand HENRY, David COLLINS, Catherine OLIVER, Thomas CUMMING, MD, June BOYLE. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Laragh & Cornacarrow, Parish of Aghnamullen, Co. Monaghan.

Probate – Gent.

1837

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, Benjamin

1837 November 15 Will proved of Joseph OLIVER See also: Newsclippings where there are three articles relating to OLIVER family members and legal proceedings regarding the mills.NAMES: Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore, Benjamin OLIVER, William OLIVER, Mrs. HAMILTON, Mrs. McCULLAGH née ALEXANDER, John Elliot OLIVER, David LESLIE, Mary Anne LENNON, B. Shuldhand HENRY, David COLLINS, Catherine OLIVER, Thomas CUMMING, MD, June BOYLE. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Laragh & Cornacarrow, Parish of Aghnamullen, Co. Monaghan.

Probate – Gent.

1837

Laragh

Aghnamullen

OLIVER, William

1837 November 15 Will proved of Joseph OLIVER See also: Newsclippings where there are three articles relating to OLIVER family members and legal proceedings regarding the mills.NAMES: Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore, Benjamin OLIVER, William OLIVER, Mrs. HAMILTON, Mrs. McCULLAGH née ALEXANDER, John Elliot OLIVER, David LESLIE, Mary Anne LENNON, B. Shuldhand HENRY, David COLLINS, Catherine OLIVER, Thomas CUMMING, MD, June BOYLE. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Laragh & Cornacarrow, Parish of Aghnamullen, Co. Monaghan.

Probate – Gent.

1837

Enagh

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Frances

Probate – spinster. She was a daughter of William OLIVER & Elizabeth STEEL.

Her will was proved 14 January1837."All the property presumed in Legacies not liable to duty. No Inventory." I believe the executor was Wm. BOYD [the photocopy is not clear].

1838

 Killynure 

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

Deceased father of Eliza OLIVER.

1838 February 7th - Marriage Indenture NAMES: David JACKSON; Eliza OLIVER; William OLIVER; Thomas OLIVER; Benjamin OLIVER; Thomas McCULLAGH; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD. PLACES: Aghavilla [aka Aughnavilla or Aughavilla], Parish of Carrigallen, Co. Leitrim; Killynure, Parish of Lisnadill, Co. Armagh. This is the marriage agreement between David JACKSON & Eliza OLIVER - parents of ten children including Sir Thomas JACKSON and David JACKSON of HSBC fame. They were also my great-great grandparents.

1838

 Killynure 

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Eliza

Marriage settlement with David JACKSON

1838 February 7th - Marriage Indenture NAMES: David JACKSON; Eliza OLIVER; William OLIVER; Thomas OLIVER; Benjamin OLIVER; Thomas McCULLAGH; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD. PLACES: Aghavilla [aka Aughnavilla or Aughavilla], Parish of Carrigallen, Co. Leitrim; Killynure, Parish of Lisnadill, Co. Armagh. This is the marriage agreement between David JACKSON & Eliza OLIVER - parents of ten children including Sir Thomas JACKSON and David JACKSON of HSBC fame. They were also my great-great grandparents.

1838

 Killynure 

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Thomas

Brother of Eliza OLIVER

1838 February 7th - Marriage Indenture NAMES: David JACKSON; Eliza OLIVER; William OLIVER; Thomas OLIVER; Benjamin OLIVER; Thomas McCULLAGH; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD. PLACES: Aghavilla [aka Aughnavilla or Aughavilla], Parish of Carrigallen, Co. Leitrim; Killynure, Parish of Lisnadill, Co. Armagh. This is the marriage agreement between David JACKSON & Eliza OLIVER - parents of ten children including Sir Thomas JACKSON and David JACKSON of HSBC fame. They were also my great-great grandparents.

1838

 Killynure 

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William

Brother of Eliza OLIVER

1838 February 7th - Marriage Indenture NAMES: David JACKSON; Eliza OLIVER; William OLIVER; Thomas OLIVER; Benjamin OLIVER; Thomas McCULLAGH; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD. PLACES: Aghavilla [aka Aughnavilla or Aughavilla], Parish of Carrigallen, Co. Leitrim; Killynure, Parish of Lisnadill, Co. Armagh. This is the marriage agreement between David JACKSON & Eliza OLIVER - parents of ten children including Sir Thomas JACKSON and David JACKSON of HSBC fame. They were also my great-great grandparents.

1839

Lislooney 

Tynan

OLIVER, Benjamin

Resident & Freeholder £50

1839 Newry Telegraph Voters List - OLIVERs

1839

Lislooney 

Tynan

OLIVER, James

Resident & Freeholder £20

1839 Newry Telegraph Voters List - OLIVERs

1840

Ballyrea

Armagh

OLIVER, Benjamin

Probate

1840

Enagh

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Andrew Bradford

1840 April 6 NAMES: Andrew OLIVER of Enagh, Co. Armagh aka Andrew Bradford OLIVER; Mary Jane OLIVER nee HAYES; William OLIVER jr. of Killinure; James HAYES of Maghery, Co. Armagh. NOTE: This is his 1st  marriage.

1840

Enagh

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Mary Jane

1840 April 6 NAMES: Andrew OLIVER of Enagh, Co. Armagh aka Andrew Bradford OLIVER; Mary Jane OLIVER nee HAYES; William OLIVER jr. of Killinure; James HAYES of Maghery, Co. Armagh. NOTE: This is his 1st marriage.

1840

Killynure

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William jr

NOTE: The “jr.” is likely to distinguish him from his uncle William OLIVER (1765-1854), of Brootally, but possibly also of Killynure since his son (another William OLIVER) may have resided there – at least by 1841 when he fathered the 1st of 2 illegitimate children.

1840 April 6 NAMES: Andrew OLIVER of Enagh, Co. Armagh aka Andrew Bradford OLIVER; Mary Jane OLIVER nee HAYES; William OLIVER jr. of Killinure; James HAYES of Maghery, Co. Armagh. NOTE: This is his 1st marriage.

1841

Lurgyvallen

Armagh

OLIVER, Elizabeth

Interred C. of I. age 34 (b. 1807)

1842

Lurgyvallen

Armagh

OLIVER, Elizabeth

Mother of Elizabeth OLIVER; wife of Robert OLIVER

1842

Lurgyvallen

Armagh

OLIVER, Elizabeth

Baptized C. of I., parents Robert & Elizabeth OLIVER

1842

Lurgyvallen

Armagh

OLIVER, Robert

Father of Elizabeth OLIVER; husband of Elizabeth

1843

Tarascane

Eglish

HANNA, Anne

Married Andrew OLIVER in Eglish Parish NOTE: see also 1804 marriage of another Anne HANNA and an Andrew OLIVER.

1843 May 18 * NAMES: Andrew OLIVER of Brootally; William OLIVER of Brootally; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore; Anne HANNA of Tarascane; William HANNA late of Tarascane; John HANNA of Tarascane; Maxwell CLOSE of Elm Park; James OLIVER of Brootally; Sir James Maxwell STRONG of Tynan House; Henry Samuel CLOSE and John Tew ARMSTRONG of Dublin; John MAXWELL late of Fellows Hall; William OLIVER the younger of Brootally; Saul HANNA of Terrescane; David SCARLETT of Tynan. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Killylea.

1843

Brootally

Derrynoose

OLIVER, Andrew

Married Anne HANNA in Eglish Parish see also 1804

Married Andrew OLIVER see also 1804

1843 May 18 * NAMES: Andrew OLIVER of Brootally; William OLIVER of Brootally; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore; Anne HANNA of Tarascane; William HANNA late of Tarascane; John HANNA of Tarascane; Maxwell CLOSE of Elm Park; James OLIVER of Brootally; Sir James Maxwell STRONG of Tynan House; Henry Samuel CLOSE and John Tew ARMSTRONG of Dublin; John MAXWELL late of Fellows Hall; William OLIVER the younger of Brootally; Saul HANNA of Terrescane; David SCARLETT of Tynan. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Killylea.

1843

Brootally

Derrynoose

OLIVER, William

Married Andrew OLIVER see also 1804

1843 May 18 * NAMES: Andrew OLIVER of Brootally; William OLIVER of Brootally; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore; Anne HANNA of Tarascane; William HANNA late of Tarascane; John HANNA of Tarascane; Maxwell CLOSE of Elm Park; James OLIVER of Brootally; Sir James Maxwell STRONG of Tynan House; Henry Samuel CLOSE and John Tew ARMSTRONG of Dublin; John MAXWELL late of Fellows Hall; William OLIVER the younger of Brootally; Saul HANNA of Terrescane; David SCARLETT of Tynan. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Killylea.

1843

Brootally

Derrynoose

OLIVER, James

Married Andrew OLIVER see also 1804

1843 May 18 * NAMES: Andrew OLIVER of Brootally; William OLIVER of Brootally; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore; Anne HANNA of Tarascane; William HANNA late of Tarascane; John HANNA of Tarascane; Maxwell CLOSE of Elm Park; James OLIVER of Brootally; Sir James Maxwell STRONG of Tynan House; Henry Samuel CLOSE and John Tew ARMSTRONG of Dublin; John MAXWELL late of Fellows Hall; William OLIVER the younger of Brootally; Saul HANNA of Terrescane; David SCARLETT of Tynan. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Killylea.

1843

Brootally

Derrynoose

OLIVER, William jr.

Married Andrew OLIVER see also 1804

1843 May 18 * NAMES: Andrew OLIVER of Brootally; William OLIVER of Brootally; Andrew Coulter BRADFORD of Cavananore; Anne HANNA of Tarascane; William HANNA late of Tarascane; John HANNA of Tarascane; Maxwell CLOSE of Elm Park; James OLIVER of Brootally; Sir James Maxwell STRONG of Tynan House; Henry Samuel CLOSE and John Tew ARMSTRONG of Dublin; John MAXWELL late of Fellows Hall; William OLIVER the younger of Brootally; Saul HANNA of Terrescane; David SCARLETT of Tynan. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Killylea.

1844

Killynure

Armagh

OLIVER, Sarah

b. 31/08/1844 illegitimate -  parents William OLIVER (1828-1892) Protestant & Anne MALLON -Catholic. Home of father was Killynure.

1844

Killynure

Armagh

OLIVER, William

Protestant father of illegitimate daughter Sarah with Anne MALLON - Catholic. Home of father was Killynure.

1844

Ballynahonbeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Eliza

Daughter Louisa OLIVER; Husband Robert OLIVER

1844

Ballynahonbeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Louisa

Baptized; Parents Robert & Eliza OLIVER

1844

Ballynahonbeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Robert

Daughter Louisa OLIVER; Wife Eliza

1845

Portadown

[Drumcree or Seagoe],

MATTHEWS, Elizabeth Hanna

Married John OLIVER. NOTE: This is Rev John Charles OLIVER (1821-1913)

1845

Portadown

[Drumcree or Seagoe],

OLIVER, John

Married Elizabeth Hanna MATTHEWS (abt 1827-1903)

1845

Armagh Workhouse

Armagh City

OLIVER, John

Died age 8. Interred C. of I. B. 1845.

1846

Tullymore

Armagh

OLIVER, Joseph

1846 June 10 NAMES: Elizabeth GUNNING of Armagh; Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore [deceased – of Tullymore]; Phillip KEENAN of Armagh, hotel keeper; David OLIVER; Jacob BARRETT gent of Armagh; John McKEE, gent of Armagh. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Derryhaw.

1846

Derryhaw

Tynan

OLIVER, David

1846 June 10 NAMES: Elizabeth GUNNING of Armagh; Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore; Phillip KEENAN of Armagh, hotel keeper; David OLIVER [deceased];; Jacob BARRETT gent of Armagh; John McKEE, gent of Armagh. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Derryhaw.

1846

Derryhaw

Tynan

OLIVER Joseph

1846 June 10 NAMES: Elizabeth GUNNING of Armagh; Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore [deceased];; Phillip KEENAN of Armagh, hotel keeper; David OLIVER; Jacob BARRETT gent of Armagh; John McKEE, gent of Armagh. OTHER TOWNLANDS: Derryhaw.

1846

Lisnadill?

Kildarten

OLIVER, Ellen

Married John WILLIS

1846

Lisnadill?

Kildarten

WILLIS, John

Married Ellen OLIVER

1846

Ballynahonbeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Eliza

Daughter Mary Ann OLIVER; Husband Robert OLIVER

1846

Ballynahonbeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Mary Ann

Baptized; Parents Robert & Eliza OLIVER

1846

Ballynahonbeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Robert

Daughter Mary Ann OLIVER; Wife Eliza.  AKA Robin

1847

Mullintur

Eglish

OLIVER, Rachel

b. 1847 May 4

1847

Killynure

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

Several descendants of the deceased Benjamin OLIVER (1765-1831) mentioned 1847, March 26 Will of Andrew Coulter Bradford … William OLIVER; Andrew Bradford OLIVER; Mary Jane OLIVER; Thomas OLIVER; William OLIVER; Elizabeth OLIVER; Elizabeth BRADFORD; Anne OLIVER née HANNA; Andrew Coulter Bradford

1847

Ballynahonbeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Eliza

Daughter Sarah Jane OLIVER; Husband Robert OLIVER

1847

Ballynahonbeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Robert

Daughter Sarah Jane OLIVER; Wife Eliza

1847

Ballynahonbeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Sarah Jane

Baptized; Parents Robert & Eliza OLIVER

1849

Ballynahonbeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Amelia

Baptized; Parents Robert & Eliza OLIVER

1849

Ballynahonbeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Eliza

Daughter Amelia OLIVER; Husband Robert OLIVER

1849

Ballynahonbeg

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Robert

Daughter Amelia OLIVER; Wife Eliza

1850

Killynure

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

1850, December 31- Will of Eliza Donaldson NOTE: Some of the children of deceased Benjamin OLIVER mentioned: Elizabeth OLIVER; Thomas OLIVER; Mary Jane OLIVER;

1850

Lurguvallen

Armagh

OLIVER, Robert

20/3/1850 Interred C. of I. age 80  (b. 1770)

1850

Tullymore

Armagh

OLIVER, John Elliot

Interred C. of I. Age 19  (b. 1831) (Father Joseph OLIVER) They lived at Tullymore

1850

Navan

Eglish

OLIVER, Martha

b. 28/3/1850 Parents James & Mary  C. of I.

1850

Navan

Eglish

OLIVER, James

b. 28/3/1850 Parents James & Mary  C. of I.

1850

Navan

Eglish

OLIVER, Mary

b. 28/3/1850 Parents James & Mary  C. of I.

1850

Derryhaw 

Tynan

OLIVER, Joseph

Flax mill in Parish of Tynan. Valued at ₤4.12

1850

Lislooney   

Tynan

OLIVER, Benjamin

Probate – farmer aka Lishiny

1851

Killylea

Tynan

OLIVER, James

Census Search Form: James and Sarah OLIVER, - not found 7/9/20

1851

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, James

1851 May 9 Dublin Evening Mail NAMES: Mary Campbell; James OLIVER; Letitia OLIVER; William BROOKE; John McKINSTRY. PLACES: Lisluney aka Lislooney aka Lisloony. … the estate of Benjamin Oliver, deceased

1851

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Letitia

1851 May 9 Dublin Evening Mail NAMES: Mary Campbell; James OLIVER; Letitia OLIVER; William BROOKE; John McKINSTRY. PLACES: Lisluney aka Lislooney aka Lisloony. … the estate of Benjamin Oliver, deceased

1851

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Benjamin

1851 May 9 Dublin Evening Mail NAMES: Mary Campbell; James OLIVER; Letitia OLIVER; William BROOKE; John McKINSTRY. PLACES: Lisluney aka Lislooney aka Lisloony. … the estate of Benjamin Oliver, deceased

1851

Enagh

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Annie

SEE: Interred 1864 age 13 aka Enagh, Seventowns, Co. Armagh. NOTE: There is a family story about and OLIVER child who died in the well behind the house at Killynure. Was it her?

1852

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, James

1852 November 30 Dublin Evening Mail NAMES: Mary CAMPBELL of Portinaghy, Co. Monaghan; Robert KILLEN; James OLIVER son of Benjamin OLIVER; Letitia OLIVER; Benjamin Robert OLIVER; James WALL; James Scott MOLLOY; Henry George JOHNSTON; Joseph MATTHEWS; John McINSTRY; John VOGEN. PLACES: Lislooney, Parish of Tynan; Cavanapole.

1852

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Benjamin

1852 November 30 Dublin Evening Mail NAMES: Mary CAMPBELL of Portinaghy, Co. Monaghan; Robert KILLEN; James OLIVER son of Benjamin OLIVER; Letitia OLIVER; Benjamin Robert OLIVER; James WALL; James Scott MOLLOY; Henry George JOHNSTON; Joseph MATTHEWS; John McINSTRY; John VOGEN. PLACES: Lislooney, Parish of Tynan; Cavanapole.

1852

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Letitia

1852 November 30 Dublin Evening Mail NAMES: Mary CAMPBELL of Portinaghy, Co. Monaghan; Robert KILLEN; James OLIVER son of Benjamin OLIVER; Letitia OLIVER; Benjamin Robert OLIVER; James WALL; James Scott MOLLOY; Henry George JOHNSTON; Joseph MATTHEWS; John McINSTRY; John VOGEN. PLACES: Lislooney, Parish of Tynan; Cavanapole.

1852

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Benjamin Robert

1852 November 30 Dublin Evening Mail NAMES: Mary CAMPBELL of Portinaghy, Co. Monaghan; Robert KILLEN; James OLIVER son of Benjamin OLIVER; Letitia OLIVER; Benjamin Robert OLIVER; James WALL; James Scott MOLLOY; Henry George JOHNSTON; Joseph MATTHEWS; John McINSTRY; John VOGEN. PLACES: Lislooney, Parish of Tynan; Cavanapole.

1853

Armagh Workhouse

Armagh City

OLIVER, John

Died age 8. Interred C. of I. B. 1845.

1853

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Benjamin

1853 April 16* NAMES: William BROOKE, Esq.; Mary CAMPBELL of Portinaughy; Robert KILLEN; George Killen CAMPBELL of Portnaghy, Co. Monaghan; Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney; James OLIVER (son of Benjamin); Letitia OLIVER (née SIMPSON - wife of James); Leonard DOBBIN; Arthur OLIVER; John BURNS; Henry Leslie PRENTICE of Caledon, Co. Tyrone; William BARNES. Reciting earlier deed: all that part and parcel of land in the townland of Lisluny otherwise Lisloony in the Estate of Wood Park and Manor of Caledon as formally demised by the therein recited Indenture of lease of the sixth day of February one thousand seven hundred and eighty-eight to and in the possession of Arthur OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER and as lately in the possession and occupation of the said James OLIVER party thereto together with the therein mentioned one acre of Turf Moss also lately in his possession in the Moss of Cavanapole in said lease described the whole containing by estimation 46 acres and two roods English statute measure be the same more or less and is situate lying and being in the Parish of Tynan

1853

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, James

1853 April 16* NAMES: William BROOKE, Esq.; Mary CAMPBELL of Portinaughy; Robert KILLEN; George Killen CAMPBELL of Portnaghy, Co. Monaghan; Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney; James OLIVER (son of Benjamin); Letitia OLIVER (née SIMPSON - wife of James); Leonard DOBBIN; Arthur OLIVER; John BURNS; Henry Leslie PRENTICE of Caledon, Co. Tyrone; William BARNES. NOTE: James & Letitia emigrated. Reciting earlier deed: all that part and parcel of land in the townland of Lisluny otherwise Lisloony in the Estate of Wood Park and Manor of Caledon as formally demised by the therein recited Indenture of lease of the sixth day of February one thousand seven hundred and eighty-eight to and in the possession of Arthur OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER and as lately in the possession and occupation of the said James OLIVER party thereto together with the therein mentioned one acre of Turf Moss also lately in his possession in the Moss of Cavanapole in said lease described the whole containing by estimation 46 acres and two roods English statute measure be the same more or less and is situate lying and being in the Parish of Tynan

1853

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Letitia

1853 April 16* NAMES: William BROOKE, Esq.; Mary CAMPBELL of Portinaughy; Robert KILLEN; George Killen CAMPBELL of Portnaghy, Co. Monaghan; Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney; James OLIVER (son of Benjamin); Letitia OLIVER (née SIMPSON - wife of James); Leonard DOBBIN; Arthur OLIVER; John BURNS; Henry Leslie PRENTICE of Caledon, Co. Tyrone; William BARNES.NOTE: James & Letitia emigrated. Reciting earlier deed: all that part and parcel of land in the townland of Lisluny otherwise Lisloony in the Estate of Wood Park and Manor of Caledon as formally demised by the therein recited Indenture of lease of the sixth day of February one thousand seven hundred and eighty-eight to and in the possession of Arthur OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER and as lately in the possession and occupation of the said James OLIVER party thereto together with the therein mentioned one acre of Turf Moss also lately in his possession in the Moss of Cavanapole in said lease described the whole containing by estimation 46 acres and two roods English statute measure be the same more or less and is situate lying and being in the Parish of Tynan

1853

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, Arthur

1853 April 16* NAMES: William BROOKE, Esq.; Mary CAMPBELL of Portinaughy; Robert KILLEN; George Killen CAMPBELL of Portnaghy, Co. Monaghan; Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney; James OLIVER (son of Benjamin); Letitia OLIVER (née SIMPSON - wife of James); Leonard DOBBIN; Arthur OLIVER; John BURNS; Henry Leslie PRENTICE of Caledon, Co. Tyrone; William BARNES. Reciting earlier deed: all that part and parcel of land in the townland of Lisluny otherwise Lisloony in the Estate of Wood Park and Manor of Caledon as formally demised by the therein recited Indenture of lease of the sixth day of February one thousand seven hundred and eighty-eight to and in the possession of Arthur OLIVER and Benjamin OLIVER and as lately in the possession and occupation of the said James OLIVER party thereto together with the therein mentioned one acre of Turf Moss also lately in his possession in the Moss of Cavanapole in said lease described the whole containing by estimation 46 acres and two roods English statute measure be the same more or less and is situate lying and being in the Parish of Tynan

1853

Lislooney

Tynan

OLIVER, James

See also PRONI D266/337 Cash Book, Caledon Estate, Tyrone: American Immigrant Tenant Repayments. ... balance of Passage to America for Jas Oliver & family of Lislooney (various entries re amount given on credit, including expenses for train to Belfast, and a letter of credit on New York. Also involvement of L. Dobbin [Leonard Dobbin] in an earlier April 4th, 1853 payment and a Mrs. Campbell advancing money on Nov 8, 1853)

1853

Brootally

Derrynoose

OLIVER, James

Probate – farmer AKA Brodally

1853

Brootally

Derrynoose

OLIVER, Andrew

1853 Oct 8. General Advertiser for Dublin: INSOLVENTS: Andrew Oliver, Killylea, previously Brootally, farmer

1853

Killynlea

Tynan

OLIVER, Andrew

1853 Oct 8. General Advertiser for Dublin: INSOLVENTS: Andrew Oliver, Killylea, previously Brootally, farmer

1853

Cavanagarvan

Tynan

OLIVER, William

1911 Census Age 48 (born 1853) Presbyterian farmer’s son; has a 24 year old son, John (b 1877)

1854

Brootally

Derrynoose

OLIVER, William

Probate – farmer AKA Brodally

1856

Lurgyvallen

Armagh

OLIVER, James

m. Sarah McCANN C.of I., Armagh

1856

Lurgyvallen

Armagh

OLIVER, William

Father of James OLIVER (m. MCCANN) Gardener.

1856

Ballybrawley

Eglish

McCANN, Robert

father of Sarah McCANN

1856

Ballybrawley

Eglish

McCANN, Sarah

m. James OLIVER C.of I., Armagh

1856

Creeveroe

Eglish

OLIVER, William James

7/10/1856 Parents Thomas & Mary C of I aka Crieveroe

1856

Aghavilly

Lisnadill

HARVEY, Alexander

Son of Johnston HARVEY. Married  Margaret OLIVER,

1856

Aghavilly

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Margaret

m Alexander HARVEY; daughter of Robert OLIVER. I suspect she is the widow Margaret HARVEY in the 1901 Census age 79 (b abt 1822), Presbyterian of Armaghbragh, and that Robert HARVEY (b 1869) is her son. He has a son Alexander HARVEY.

1856

Aghavilly

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Robert

father of Margaret OLIVER who m. Alexander HARVEY

1857

Aughavilly

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Eliza

Daughter Mary OLIVER; Husband Robert OLIVER

1857

Aughavilly

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Mary

Baptized; Parents Robert & Eliza OLIVER

1857

Aughavilly

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Robert

Daughter Mary OLIVER; Wife Eliza

1858

Legar Hill

Armagh

OLIVER, Margaret

b. 7/2/1858 Parents James & Sarah OLIVER C of I

1859

Armagh Workhouse

Armagh City

OLIVER, John

b. 30/1/1859; mother Martha, father unknown C of I

1859

Armagh Workhouse

Armagh City

OLIVER, Martha

son John b. 30/1/1859; father unknown; C of I

1863

Cavanagarvan

Tynan

OLIVER, William

1911 Census Age 48 Presbyterian farmer.

1863

Ballycrummy

Armagh

OLIVER, John

1863 May 8, John OLIVER married Margaret ROCK at St. Patrick’s Catholic Cathedral; in Armagh City.

1864

Ballymoyer

Ballymyre?

CONN, William

Married Eliza Anne OLIVER. NOTE: Ballymoyer, aka Parish of Ballymyre, Fews Upper.

1864

Ballymoyer

Ballymyre?

OLIVER, Eliza Anne

Married William CONN. NOTE: Ballymoyer, aka Parish of Ballymyre, Fews Upper.

1864

?

Keady

KERNAGHAN, Eliza

Unnamed infant baptized. NOTE: This was an LDS citation, with no source given. The name is associated with families that are both Presbyterian and CoI. The KERNAGHAN name was also associated with Killynure. In 1787, a James KERNAGHAN of Killynure had a will probated.

1864

?

Keady

OLIVER, Benjamin

Unnamed infant baptized

1864

Drumgar

Derrynoose

Oliver, Thomas

Lease of land from Jas STRONE. 1.0.0

1864

Ballyfodrin

Drumcree

Oliver, James

Lease from James HYDE house and small garden valued at £0.15.0.

1864

Drumsallan Upper

Eglish

Oliver, John

Lease from Augustine Keane, house offices (£1.5.0) and land (2.3.50)

1864

Knockagraffy

Eglish

Oliver, William

Owned land 24.3.0 valued at £26.10.0. He owned the entire townland.

1864

Mullantur

Eglish

Oliver, Esther

Lease from Augustine Keane, house offices (£4.0.0) and land (21.3.0)

1864

Navan

Eglish

Oliver, John

Lease from William LEEMAN. House 0.10.0.

1864

Keady. Chapel St.

Keady

Oliver, Benjamin

Leased to Eliza GORMAN, house #12 valued £2.0.0

1864

Keady. Chapel St.

Keady

Oliver, Benjamin

Leased from Thomas WATSON house #13 valued at £2.0.0

1864

Ballylisk

Kilmore

Oliver, Thomas

Lease from Count deSalis, house offices (£1.5.0) and land (13.1.30)

1864

Enagh

Lisnadill

Oliver, Robert

Leased from Robert KENNEDY house valued at £1.0.0

1864

Enagh

Lisnadill

Oliver, Thomas

Leased from Vicars Choral of Armagh Cathedral. Cottiers house (£1.0.0) and land (48,2,24).

1864

Enagh

Lisnadill

Oliver, Wm.

Leased from Vicars Choral of Armagh Cathedral. Cottiers house (£1.0.0) and land (48,2,24).

1864

Killynure

Lisnadill

Oliver, Thomas

Leased from Vicars Choral of Armagh Cathedral. House Offices (£6.10.0) and land (55.3.20)

1864

Killynure

Lisnadill

Oliver, William

Leased from Vicars Choral of Armagh Cathedral. House Offices (£6.10.0) and land (55.3.20)

1864

Lisdrumard

Lisnadill

Oliver, Thomas

Lease from Rev Joseph F. LEATHLY. Herds house, offices (£4.10.0) and land (65.3.30).

1864

Lisdrumard

Lisnadill

Oliver, Wm.

Lease from Rev Joseph F. LEATHLY. Herds house, offices (£4.10.0) and land (65.3.30).

1864

Lurgan The Rookery

Shankill

Oliver, Mary

The Rookery off High Street, lease from William Bullick (£1.5.0)

1864

Derryhaw

Tynan

Oliver, Eliza

Lease house (£0.10.0) and garden (0.0.10)

1864

Killylea

Tynan

Oliver, Martha

Lease from John GREER house (£1.0.0) and garden (0.2.10)

1864

Middletown

Tynan

Oliver, Joseph

Lease from Trust of Bishop’s Sternes, house offices (£1.10.0) and yard (0.0.7)

1864

Sheetrim

Tynan

Oliver, Thomas

Lease from George Rogers, house £1.0.0.

1864

Village of Killylea

Tynan

Oliver, James

Lease by James OLIVER and another from William J. Armstrong, House (£1.15.0)

1864

Enagh

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Annie

Interred C. of I. age 13. Aka Enagh, Seventowns, Co. Armagh NOTE: Her death cert says that she had died of Phthisis Pulatic - which she had for 3 months. Her father Robert OLIVER, a labourer, was present at her death. She died 18 Oct 1864.

1865

Portadown

[Drumcree or Seagoe],

ARMSTRONG, Jane

Son Joseph baptized; husband James OLIVER. NOTE: A Thomas Stuart OLIVER(1846-1925)  married a Jessie Wright ARMSTRONG. She had a sister named Jane AMRSTRONG for whom we have no spouse. His father was Rev. John Charles OLIVER (1821-1913) who lived at Portadown.

1865

Portadown

[Drumcree or Seagoe],

OLIVER, James

Son Joseph baptized; wife, Jane ARMSTRONG. NOTE: A Thomas Stuart OLIVER(1846-1925)  married a Jessie Wright ARMSTRONG. She had a sister named Jane AMRSTRONG for whom we have no spouse. His father was Rev. John Charles OLIVER (1821-1913) who lived at Portadown.

1865

Portadown

[Drumcree or Seagoe],

OLIVER, Joseph

Parents: James OLIVER & Jane ARMSTRONG. NOTE: A Thomas Stuart OLIVER(1846-1925)  married a Jessie Wright ARMSTRONG. She had a sister named Jane AMRSTRONG for whom we have no spouse. His father was Rev. John Charles OLIVER (1821-1913) who lived at Portadown.

1865

Enagh

Lisnadill

OLIVER, John

b. 24/12/1864, mother Louisa OLIVER, father unknown C of I

1865

Enagh

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Louisa

Son John b. 24/12/1864; father unknown C of I

1865

Tynan

Tynan

OLIVER, Eliza Jane

Mother of Jane OLIVER

1865

Tynan

Tynan

OLIVER, Jane

Baptized. Mother, Eliza Jane

1866

?

Keady

KERNAGHAN, Eliza

Daughter Annie baptized, husband Benjamin OLIVER. NOTE: This was an LDS citation, with no source given. The name is associated with families that are both Presbyterian and CoI. The KERNAGHAN name was also associated with Killynure. In 1787, a James KERNAGHAN of Killynure had a will probated.

1866

?

Keady

OLIVER, Annie

Baptized. Parents: Benjamin OLIVER & Eliza KERNAGHAN

1866

?

Keady

OLIVER, Benjamin

Daughter Annie baptized; wife Eliza KERHAGHAN

1867

Blackwatertown 

Clonfeacle

OLIVER, Joseph

Daughter Sarah baptized; wife Isabella MOORE

1867

Blackwatertown 

Clonfeacle

OLIVER, Sarah

Baptized. Parents Joseph OLIVER & Isabella MOORE

1867

Blackwatertown

Clonfeacle

MOORE, Isabella

Daughter Sarah baptized; husband Joseph OLIVER

1868

?

Keady

OLIVER, Benjamin

Son John was baptised.

1868

?

Keady

OLIVER, John

Was baptized - father was Benjamin. He likely died as an infant.

1869

Tullymore

Armagh

OLIVER, John

1869 February 26 Ulster Gazette. John OLIVER is charged with stealing potatoes at Tullymore, Co. Armagh. This is a most curious case, one I have never seen the like of. Once can only guess at the circumstances which precipitated it. NOTE: The Revision Books show that John Oliver held a lease for 2a .0r. 15p as well as a house and buildings worth £1.15.0. It had previously been leased by Andrew Carlson. The owner of this lease was Robert Malcomson, who himself held a lease for Tullymore House from the Church of Armagh. Robert Malcomson had taken over from Frederick Malcomson who in turn had taken over the ownership of the two acres from Osbourne Kidd.

1870

?

Keady

OLIVER, Benjamin

Son John Wilson was baptised

1870

?

Keady

OLIVER, John Wilson

Was baptized - father was Benjamin.

1873

Killynure

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William

1873 November 11 NAMES: William OLIVER of Killynure [his will] (abt 1807-1873); William COUSER; William MENARY; Sarah ROCK; Benjamin OLIVER; Martha OLIVER; Margaret OLIVER; Andrew Coulter Bradford OLIVER; John JACKSON; ELizabeth BROWN née JACKSON; Thomas JACKSON; Mary MENARY née JACKSON; Andrew Coulter Bradford JACKSON; Sarah JACKSON; James JACKSON; David JACKSON; Alexander McCOMBE; John P. KEARNEY.

1873

?

Keady

OLIVER, Benjamin

Unnamed son was baptised

1873

?

Keady

OLIVER, Unnamed

Was baptized (male child) - father was Benjamin.

1875

Killynure

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William

1875 April 28 OLIVER vs COUSER. Belfast Newsletter. NAMES: William OLIVER of Killynure (abt 1807-1811); William COUSER; William MENARY; Edward LITTON; T.P. LYNCH; Marshall CLARKE; Unnamed BELL. PLACES: Enaugh, Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh.

1875 April 28 OLIVER vs COUSER Irish Times. NAMES: William OLIVER; William COUSER; William MENARY; Edward LITTON; T.P. LYNCH; Marshall CLARKE; Unnamed BELL. PLACES: Killinure aka Killynure; Enagh, Co. Armagh NOTE: This concerns the will of William OLIVER and the allegation that “Previous to making his will the testator being entitled to the lands of Killynure and Enagh, under a lease dated December 1870, from the vicars choral and organist of the abbey or college of the church of St. Patrick, in Armagh… accepted an offer made to hm by the Comissioners of the Church Temporalities in Ireland to purchase the lease of said lands …”

1880

Ballycrummy?

Armagh

OLIVER, John

1880 July 17 Belfast Morning News. NAMES: John OLIVER; Benjamin OLIVER; William COUSER; William OLIVER; David JACKSON; Elizabeth OLIVER; Thomas JACKSON. PLACES: Lisdrumard; Knockagraphy; Drumgar. NOTE: I suspect this John OLIVER was the father of the John OLIVER (1841-1909) who married Margaret ROCK.

1880

Killynure

Lisnadill

OLIVER, Benjamin

1880 July 17 Belfast Morning News. NAMES: John OLIVER; Benjamin OLIVER [deceased]; William COUSER; William OLIVER; David JACKSON; Elizabeth OLIVER; Thomas JACKSON. PLACES: Lisdrumard; Knockagraphy; Drumgar.

1880

Lisdrumard

Lisnadill

OLIVER, William

1880 July 17 Belfast Morning News. NAMES: John OLIVER; Benjamin OLIVER; William COUSER; William OLIVER; David JACKSON; Elizabeth OLIVER; Thomas JACKSON. PLACES: Lisdrumard; Knockagraphy; Drumgar.

1880

Knockagraphy

Eglish

OLIVER, William

1880 July 17 Belfast Morning News. NAMES: John OLIVER; Benjamin OLIVER; William COUSER; William OLIVER; David JACKSON; Elizabeth OLIVER; Thomas JACKSON. PLACES: Lisdrumard; Knockagraphy; Drumgar.

1880

Drumgar

Derrynoose

OLIVER, William

1880 July 17 Belfast Morning News. NAMES: John OLIVER; Benjamin OLIVER; William COUSER; William OLIVER; David JACKSON; Elizabeth OLIVER; Thomas JACKSON. PLACES: Lisdrumard; Knockagraphy; Drumgar.

1880

Urker

Creggan

OLIVER, Eliza

1880 July 21 Eliza Jackson to Thomas Jackson. According to promise, I write to inform you of the sale of the Oliver estate [her brother William’s lands in Lisdrumard; Knockagraphy; Drumgar] which was appointed for Friday the 16th inst. We had no idea that it would be sold at all; times were so bad, and so many properties offered for sale; without a bidder; yet it was sold, and well sold, all things considered ₤2350 was what it went at. I have received a note from Thompson Brown, since then which surprised me a good deal. He says that it never was legally [deeded?] that Ben and John Oliver should get the third of the property, and that the case should be argued again before the Vice Chancellor. I suppose Mr McCombe to be the author of this opinion; though Thompson did not say so; and whether it is a bona fide advice; or whether it is only another seven years wait and more law costs; I cannot say. May the Lord direct whatever is best. I expect Thompson here today; when we will hear more particulars, and discuss the affair.

1880

Ballycrummy?

Armagh

OLIVER, John

1880 July 21 Eliza Jackson to Thomas Jackson. According to promise, I write to inform you of the sale of the Oliver estate [her brother William’s lands in Lisdrumard; Knockagraphy; Drumgar] which was appointed for Friday the 16th inst. We had no idea that it would be sold at all; times were so bad, and so many properties offered for sale; without a bidder; yet it was sold, and well sold, all things considered ₤2350 was what it went at. I have received a note from Thompson Brown, since then which surprised me a good deal. He says that it never was legally [deeded?] that Ben and John Oliver should get the third of the property, and that the case should be argued again before the Vice Chancellor. I suppose Mr McCombe to be the author of this opinion; though Thompson did not say so; and whether it is a bona fide advice; or whether it is only another seven years wait and more law costs; I cannot say. May the Lord direct whatever is best. I expect Thompson here today; when we will hear more particulars, and discuss the affair.  NOTE: We do not yet know who this John OLIVER is – but suspect he was the John OLIVER (1841-1909) who was a husband of Margaret ROCKS.

1880

?

Scotland?

OLIVER, Benjamin

1880 July 21 Eliza Jackson to Thomas Jackson. According to promise, I write to inform you of the sale of the Oliver estate [her brother William’s lands in Lisdrumard; Knockagraphy; Drumgar] which was appointed for Friday the 16th inst. We had no idea that it would be sold at all; times were so bad, and so many properties offered for sale; without a bidder; yet it was sold, and well sold, all things considered ₤2350 was what it went at. I have received a note from Thompson Brown, since then which surprised me a good deal. He says that it never was legally [deeded?] that Ben and John Oliver should get the third of the property, and that the case should be argued again before the Vice Chancellor. I suppose Mr McCombe to be the author of this opinion; though Thompson did not say so; and whether it is a bona fide advice; or whether it is only another seven years wait and more law costs; I cannot say. May the Lord direct whatever is best. I expect Thompson here today; when we will hear more particulars, and discuss the affair. NOTE: This is Benjamin OLIVER (1842-1905)

1882

Callan St.

Armagh City

OLIVER, Mary

Interred C. of I. age 68 (b. 1814) Likely related to Emily & Mary OLIVER of Callan Street.

1883

Callan St.

Armagh City

OLIVER, Mary

Interred age 22 (b. 1861). C. of I. Likely sister of Emily OLIVER.

1886

Cavanagarvan

Tynan

OLIVER, Jane

1911 Census Age 58. Presbyterian farmer’s wife. Married 25 years.

1888

Drumarg

Armagh

OLIVER, Robert

b. 18/7/1888 Parents James & Mary Anne OLIVER C of I

1888

Ballyscandle 

Eglish

OLIVER, Andrew Bradford

Named as resident in Bassetts Directory aka Bradford OLIVER

1892

Milford

Armagh

OLIVER, Thomas

b. 6/4/1892 Parents James & Mary Anne OLIVER C of I

1893 Ballycrummy Armagh OLIVER, John 1893 December 1 Freemans Journal John Oliver sen. (1841-1909) was 52 years old when he took on these two Orangemen, and defended his 25 year old son, John Oliver jr. (1868-?).

1897

Ballyscandle 

Eglish

OLIVER, Andrew Bradford

1897 February 8 NAMES: Andrew Coulter Bradford OLIVER of Ballyscandle, Co. Armagh, farmer [11 acres]; William BRAWLEY of Terreskane.

1904

Armagh Workhouse

Armagh City

OLIVER, Charlotte

b. 18/7/1904; mother Margaret OLIVER, father unknown C of I

1904

Armagh Workhouse

Armagh City

OLIVER, Margaret

Daughter Charlotte b. 18/7/1904, father unknown C of I

1916

Callan St.

Armagh City

OLIVER, Emily

Interred age 54 (b. 1862). C. of I. Note: In the 1911 Census she was an unmarried linen weaver. In 1901, she was a weaver in a factory.

1929 Cavanagarvan Tynan OLIVER, John

1929 August 30 Belfast Gazette. Holdings subject to Judicial Rents fixed after 15th August, 1911. John OLIVER, Co. Armagh, townland of Cavanagarvan, Lot #3. 8.3.20 acres; rent: 4.8.0; standard purchase annually 3.16.10; Standard price: 80.17.7.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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