1851 May 9 Dublin Evening Mail
PURSUANT to the Decree in this Cause, bearing date the 10th day of December 1850, I require all persons having charges or encumbrances affecting the lands and premises of Lisluney and Cavanapole, in the County of Armagh, in the pleadings in this Cause mentioned, the estate of Benjamin Oliver, deceased, to come in before me, at my Chambers, on the Inns’-quay, in the City of Dublin, on or before the 24th day of May next, and proceed to prove the same, otherwise they will be precluded from the benefit of said Decree. – Dated this ninth day of April, 1851.
John McKinstry, plaintiff’s solicitor, 38, proper Rutland Street, Dublin and Armagh.
 Mary CAMPBELL (-1864). A Mary CAMPBELL is listed in Griffiths Valuation at this time. She was the widow of William CAMPBELL and was living at Portinaghy or Portinaughy, Parish of Donagh, Co. Monaghan. See Deed April 16, 1853 DEED: 1853-10-214 OLIVER, Benjamin & Letitia – DOBBIN. NOTE: See also SOURCE: EPPI.
 James OLIVER, a son of Benjamin OLIVER of Lislooney
married Letitia SIMPSON on June 17 1830. SOURCE:
 Letitia OLIVER (née SIMPSON) daughter of William SIMPSON of Cavancaw.
 Lisluney aka Lislooney, Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh
 Cavanapole, Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh
 William BROOK. A Brooke, Wm., was admitted as Queen's Counsel in 1826. He was resident at 33 Leeson Street, Lower, Dublin.
 John McKINSTRY
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