1782 June 10
NOTES: Deed between Andrew OLIVER  of Newtownhamilton Co. Armagh, distiller of the one part & William OLIVER  of Tullysarren, Co. Armagh Gent of he other part. Andrew OLIVER has a lease from the Rev. & Dr. Hugh HAMILTON  , Dean of Armagh of land in the town of Newtownhamilton for 5 shillings pd by Wm. OLIVER he[?] assigns the annuity or yearly sum of £30. Mention of trust for Andrew, wife Elinor  & mention of children (unnamed)
 Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton, a distiller and brother of William OLIVER (of Mullinture who died a bachelor abt 1779), Mary who married DOBBIN & John of Tullymore. Wife, Elinor – many children.
 William OLIVER of Tullysarren, Co. Armagh, Gent. I am working on hunches here, but I think it quite possible that he is the son of John OLIVER (d. 1772) of Tullymore - a brother of the Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton. This is only a possible placement based on a mention as a nephew of William OLIVER alongside the reference to John OLIVER (a possible brother) in Deed# 580-365-398643
 Rev. & Dr. Hugh HAMILTON (1729-1805) Dean of Armagh; TCD MA, 1750; DD, 1762; FTCD, 1751-64; professor of natural philosophy, 1759; dean of Armagh, 1768-96; FRS; Bishop of Clonfert, 1796-99; Bishop of Ossory, 1799; collected works (1809). He had an interest in the observatory. His wife was Isabella WOOD (married Aug 6, 1772). His son Hans HAMILTON, clerk married Susanna OLIVER (b. 1764 in Ardagh, Ireland) daughter of Silver OLIVER. SOURCE: DEED: 536-286-354735. I do not know if he was related to the Jane HAMILTON who married Joseph OLIVER of Tullymore.
 Elinor OLIVER nèe DAWSON
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