1785 Oct 26
NOTES: Between Andrew OLIVER  & Elinor  his wife of Newtownhamilton Co. Armagh of the one part & Andrew McMATH  of Aughadreena  , Co. Monaghan of the other part ... Andrew OLIVER with consent of wife Elinor & the sum of £300 made over to Andrew McMATH “all that range of buildings in Newtownhamilton aforesaid containing in front 76’ and by the New Inn extending in front 42’ together with the two Stables and Coach Houses and 3 roods of land and turf bog lying west of the road from Armagh to Dundalk with the Malt Kiln Distillery and apps thereon. Also that part of Francis McCAMMONs  Kitchen garden lying south of the wall inclosing the back yard of sd Inn together with that part of Tullyvallen  then in possession of John MURPHY  containing and exclusive of the Law [bed?] River 5 acres 1 rood & [etc] ... Witness: John STEELE  , City of Dublin Attorney. James NIBLOCK  of Castleblayney, Co, Monaghan Innkeeper.
 Andrew OLIVER of Newtownhamilton. Brother of William OLIVER (d. bet 1776-1779)of Mullinture and John of Tullymore (d1772). He was a distiller and husband of Elinor and they had many children whose names I do not yet have.
 Elinor OLIVER née DAWSON. They married in 1771 at Tullnaloob, Co. Fermanagh, Ireland. It may be that Rev. Andrew OLIVER of Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh was a relation.
 Andrew McMATH of Aughadreena, Co. Monaghan
 Aughadreena aka Aghadreenan, Parish of Donaghmoyne, Co. Monaghan
 Francis McCAMMONs
 Tullyvallen, Parish of Newtownhamilton, Co. Armagh
 John MURPHY
 John STEELE, City of Dublin Attorney
 James NIBLOCK of Castleblayney, Co, Monaghan Innkeeper.
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