Deposition of William Pudsey ex parte Thomas Wakefeild

Citation: TCD, 1641 Depositions Project, online transcript January 1970
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Dublin Core

Date: 1642-01-12
Identifier: 809322r207


1641 Deposition Item Type Metadata

County: Dublin
Deposition Type: Dublin Original
Nature of Deposition: Robbery
Commissioners: John Watson, William Hitchcock
Deposition Transcription:

fol. 322r

William Pudsey of the Citty of Dublin gentleman servant to Tho: Wakefeild Merchant of th now Maior of the Citty of Dublin, and by him Lately imployed in the County of Wexford about his occasions there sworne saith
That on or about the xvjth day of November now last past He the said Thomas Wakefeild was robbed and dispoyled of his goodes and chattles at Killebegs his farme in the County of Wexford here after mencioned vizt threescore and twelve english Cowes oxen and heffers worth 230 li. sheepe xxiij li. Eight horses and Mares worth 58 li., Besides hay and corne worth 50 li. ster By W And that the Rebells that did the same were as this deponent is credibly informed by all the workmen that he left there & beleveeth, theis persons following vizt William Doyle of ffortcheechester in the said Countie gentleman whoe is called Captaine of a Company of Rebells there and <A> by John Dale and Donnell Dale of Killebegs gentleman, Morrice Kavenagh Late servant to the said Tho: Wakefeild, and divers others vnder the comand of the said William Doyle whose names he knows not, And further saith that at the tyme of the robbery aforesaid, the said Tho: Wakefeild had and held by leas from him the said William Doyle for the terme of 58 <58> yeres yet in being the farme at Killebegs aforesaid in the Coun{ty} of Wexford whereon his said goods were: ffor the fine of which farme he verely beleeveth he paid to the said William Doile 210 li. besids 15 li. more for rent & mony paid to the said Doile, when the deponent said mr W akefeild could not enioy the same Lands And sayth that the the said Mr Wakefeilds charges in building hedging fencing & other thinges vpon the same Landes hath beene very greate & his losses there were above the some of Sixteene hundreth Pownds, as he is verely perswaded
William Pudsey
William Pudsey
Jur xijo Jan: 1641
Joh Watson:
Will: Hitchcock


fol. 322v

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William Pudsey Com Wexford: for Mr
Maior of Dublin
Jur 12o Jan 1641


Deponent Fullname: Tho: Wakefeild
Deponent Gender: Male
Deponent Occupation: Merchant
Deponent County of Residence: Dublin
Mentioned Non-Deponent Fullnames: William Pudsey, William Doyle, John Dale, Donnell Dale, Morrice Kavenagh
Mentioned Non-Deponent Roles: Proxy, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel