1852, November 30 Dublin Evening Mail
MARY CAMPBELL, WIDOW AND EXECUTRIX of the late ROBERT KILLEN, deceased,
JAMES OLIVER, LETITIA OLIVER (otherwise SIMPSON), his wife, BENJAMIN ROBERT OLIVER, JAMES WALL, JAMES SCOTT MOLLOY, Her Majesty’s ATTORNEY-GENERAL HENRY GEORGE JOHNSTON, and others,
Pursuant to the decree of her Majesty’s High Court of Chancery in Ireland, made in this cause, bearing date the 5th day of February, 1852, JOSEPH MATTHEWS, of the City of Armagh, Auctioneer, in my certificate bearing date the 24th day of November, instant, mentioned, will, on TUESDAY, the 28th day of December at the COURT-HOUSE, situate in College Street, in said City of Armagh, at the hour of Twelve o’clock at Noon on said day, Set up and Sell to the highest and fairest bidder, all that and those the lands and premises of Lislooney, otherwise Lissluny, together with One Acre of Turf, Moss, or Bog, of Cavanapole, in the pleadings of this cause mentioned, situate in the Manor of Caledon and County of Armagh, for the purposes in said Decree mentioned, and which biddings, when taken, shall be submitted to me for approval. Dated this 24th day of November, 1852.
For Master BROOKE,
The foregoing lands are situate on the road from Caledon to Keady, and are within half-a-mile of the beautiful village of Tynan, one mile of Caledon, six of Keady, and six of the City of Armagh, being surrounded by the demesnes of Tynan Abbey, Mount Irwin, Wood Park, Fellows Hall, and the Rectory.
The Dwelling-House and Offices are built of stone. – There is a very extensive, Orchard, planted with 350 apple, Pear, Plum, and Cherry trees, producing £20 annually.
The soil is of the richest quality, principally laid down in Grass, and the remainder prolifically yields Wheat, Flax, Corn, and Potato Crops. The said Substratum is pure White Limestone, which could be raised in any quantity.
For further particulars, rental, and conditions of sale, application to be made to
JOHN MCKINSTRY, plaintiff’s solicitor, number 38, upper Rutland Street, Dublin and Armagh; and to
JOHN VOGEN, defendant’s solicitor, number 74, Talbot Street, Dublin, and Armagh.
 See the resulting DEED: 1853-10-214 OLIVER, Benjamin & Letitia – DOBBIN. April 16, 1853 Deed.
 Mary CAMPBELL (-1864) 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.
 Robert KILLEN. SOURCE: KILLEN: Sacred to the memory of/ Robert Killen/ late of Portenaghy in this Parish/ wh departed this life on the/ 18th Decr. 1845./ And also his sister Mrs. Mary Campbell/ widow and relict of the late William Campbell/ of Dernalosset also in this Parish./ She departed this life on the 21st day of December 1864./ Also of his nephew George Killen Campbell/ who departed this life on the 15th/ day of May 1864. Here lyeth the remains of John Killen/ of Portenaghy who departed this life Oct. 29, 1794 aged 5 (7)? Years. St_Salvadors_Cemetery-Glaslough-2006.doc - RootsWeb
 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.
 Benjamin Robert OLIVER, eldest son of James OLIVER of Lislooney and Letitia SIMPSON. As a minor in 1852, he would have been born between 1832 and 1851.
 James WALL
 James Scott MOLLOY. There was a James Scott Molloy, Dublin attorney, 102 Capel Street, Dublin. SOURCE: National Archives.
 Henry George JOHNSTON.
 Joseph MATTHEWS
 Lislooney, Parish of Tynan, Co. Armagh
 John McINSTRY
 John VOGEN
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