1768 May 27
Strayed or stolen on the night of 2 May inst out of the stable of Edward Kelly of Belltarran the parish of Armagh, one dark bay horse, rising five years old with a small ranch turning to the near side near the nose, the two hind feet white, the off hind foot white above the pattern, 14 hands and a half high, some white spots under the saddle, well-made, had a switch tail, not set. Whoever brings said horse to Mr. James White, merchant, in Anne St., Dublin or to Mr. Benjamin Oliver, at Armagh, or to Mr. Andrew McKinley, in Belfast, shall be paid one guinea reward, and no questions asked, or for the horse and thief, two guineas. Edward Kelley.
 Edward Kelly of Beltarren
 Belltarren aka Baltarran, Parish of Lisnadill, Co. Armagh.
 James White of Anne St. Dublin.
 Benjamin Oliver. There are several known Benjamin OLIVERs and possibly some not yet known to me. I am assuming that this one is the Benjamin OLIVER (d 1779) of Ballyrea and Ballynahonebeg.
 Andrew McKinley
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