Deposition of Edward Lappage and William Halfpenny

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

Date: 1643-05-15
Identifier: 810240r271


1641 Deposition Item Type Metadata

County: Dublin
Deposition Type: Dublin Original
Nature of Deposition: Robbery, Loss By Debts
Commissioners: Henry Brereton, John Sterne
Deposition Transcription:

fol. 240r

Edward Lappage of Dublin viccar of Clonkean in the Countie of Lowth and William Halfpenny Clark of the Church of Clonkean aforesaid sworne & examined depose and say That quickly after the beginning of the present Rebellion: The deponent Edward Lappage was deprived & expelled from the his possession and the benefites and proffitts of his viccarige of Clonkean aforesaid & of his Cures of Charlestowne & [Smirmore?] in the County of Lowth which were worth when & before the Rebellion began fifty powndes per annum att the Least (2 yeres proffitts whereof being vpon the matter Lost already And that hee is like to be deprived of and Loose the future proffits thereof vntill a peace be established & besids the said Edward Lappage (by meanes of the same Rebellion) hath Lost in d[ ] debts [ ]8 li.[ ] Due & owing vnto him by seuerall <A> persons vizt by the honorable the Lord of Lowth viij li. by Phillip Malone <8 li.> of Clonkean aforesaid yeoman vj li. viiij li. & f [ xiij li. ] more due by one John Davies of Clonkean aforesaid viij & of 30 [ ] iij li. more due by John P Peter Clinton of Dowdstowne Esquire a lawyere & of iij li. more due by Nicholas King of Pepperstowne & Richard Taaff of Cowkstowne all which persons are or Lately were actors in the present Rebellion carrying armes with and assisting the Rebells against his Maiesty & his Loyall protestant subiects Soe that his present Losses amount vnto the summe of One hundreth twentie eight pownds sterling Besids his future Losse aforesaid And this Deponent further William Halfpenny further sajth That he in the begining of the said Rebellion was by the Rebells deprived, robbed or otherwise dispojled of his Cattle horses howsholdstuff & other goodes worth xx li. or thereabouts And of his imployment & Clarks placs worth 15 li. per annum: Whereof 2 yeres proffitt is Lost & he is l ik of due debts owing vnto him by seuerall persons that are or lately were in Rebellion amounting to x li. or thereabouts <B> vizt by the rebells Robert Taaffe of Cookstowne aforesaid Esquire & the said Phillipp Malone His presente Losses amounting in all to Lx li. And

fol. 240v

And this deponent is like to be deprived of and Loose the future proffitts of his Clarkshipps (worth 15 li. per annum) vntill a peace be established
Edward Lappagh Late vic of Clonkean
William Halfpeny
Jur 15o May 1643
John Sterne
Hen: Brereton

Edward Lappage 15o
Maij 1643 Jur
Cert fact


Deponent Fullname: Edward Lappage, William Halfpenny
Deponent Gender: Male, Male
Deponent Occupation: Clergy, Parish clark
Deponent County of Residence: Louth,
Mentioned Non-Deponent Fullnames: Lord of Lowth, Phillip Malone, John Davies, Peter Clinton, Nicholas King, Richard Taaff
Mentioned Non-Deponent Roles: Debtor, Debtor, Debtor, Debtor, Debtor, Debtor