Christopher B. Carleton and Mrs Oliver held 3 townlands in the parish of Bruree, barony of Connello Upper, county Limerick at the time of Griffith's Valuation. In the 1870s Christopher J. Carleton and Mrs Baker [Maria nee Oliver, wife of Godfrey Thomas Baker] of Fort William, Cork, owned 1,088 acres in county Limerick. The National Library map reference numbers 14.A.32 (10-11) contain a list of townland and tenant names and various rent accounts re the Carleton estate and case Baker v Carleton. The townlands are Ballinoran, Coolreagh, Ballyfookeen, Glenfield, Kilmallock, Knockannavoddig, Shanvallyshane, South Raleigh, Kilmalooda and Mounteagle, Co Limerick.
Limerick City Museum:
Tuthill Papers, include schedule paper re sale of estate of Christopher John George Guy Hunter Cartleton, lands of Mounteagle, Balinoran, Coolreagh, Ballyforkeen & Knockaunavoddig, 18 Oct 1904 . LM2002.0482.017
National Archives of Ireland:
Milward, Jones, Mayne & Knapp Collection, includes Land Judges' Court documents re Christopher Carleton's estate in Co Limerick. M.5162, 5166
National Library of Ireland:
List of townland and tenant names and various rent accounts re the Carleton estate and case Baker v Carleton, 19th century. 14.A.32 (10-11)