Deposition of Mary Vicountess Nettervile

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

Date: 1642-03-05
Identifier: 813398r332


1641 Deposition Item Type Metadata

County: Kildare
Deposition Type: Dublin Original
Nature of Deposition: Robbery
Commissioners: Henry Brereton, Henry Jones, John Watson, Roger Puttock
Deposition Transcription:

fol. 398r

The examinacion of Dame Mary viscountesse Nettervill late of Cotlandstowne in the County of kildare sworne and examined taken before vs the 5th day of March 1641 By vertue of his Maiesties Comission vnder The greate Seale of Ireland
The saide examinate being Sworne and examined deposeth and saye{th} That since the nowe rebellion began within this Kingdome of Irelande viz betweene the first daye of November 1641 and the laste daye of Januarij nowe laste paste, shee this deponent att Cotlandstowne aforesa{id} and elswhere within this Kingdome of Ireland was robbed and depriv{ed} by the Rebells of her goodes and Chattles, and of the severall values hereafter expressed, viz Sheepe 2000 which shee conceiveth to bee wort{h} 600 li. threeskore and tenn melsh Cowes worth twoe hundred and ten poundes, forty twoe Oxen and three Bulls worth one hundred thir{ty} five poundes, horses Mares Naggs and Coultes beinge fortie in n{umber} valued att 120 li. Corne in the haggard worth three hundred a{nd} threeskore poundes, Corne in grounde valued att three hundred { } woole that was layde in the Castle of Cotlandstowne vizt twelu{e} hundred stone of sheepes woole, one hundred stone of Lames wo{ole} and fortie stone of Lockes vallued att seven hundred twentie a{nd} { } poundes howshould goodes, as brasse Pewter lynnen beddinge {and} other things to the value of twoe hundred poundes, Rents and p{ } her Lands tenements and hereditaments amountinge to [ ] { } hundred poundes per annum --- 394ii li.
debts due by Specialties and otherwise aswell on the English protestan{ts} which this examinate is Credibly informed is robbed and spoyled of all ther goodes, and on the Irish papists that are all in rebellion as shee ve{rily} beleeveth amounteth to five thowsand poundes att lest ------ 5000 li.
And shee further sayeth that moste parte of all her Cowes Oxe{n} Cattle woole howsholdstuffe and goodes that were rebelliously take{n} away from the Lande of Cotlandstowne were taken by Rowland Ewstace of Blackehalle in the Countie of Kildare gent Oliver Ew{stace} of Mollaghcashe in the saide Countie gent and Thomas ffitzgerr{ald of} Moenye in the saide Countie gent. Soe as this examinate {} {e}stimate that shee hath loste {an}d hath been robbed and dep{rived } by meane{s} of this Rebellion the Summe of e{ig}ht thowsand and fo{ } other losses which shee can not { } the Countrey which { }

fol. 398v

<8951 li.> shee desireth to bee admitted to prooffe hereafter vppon further examinacion --------------------------------------------------------------- 8951 li.
Marye Nettirvill
deposed before vs March. 5. 1641.
Hen: Jones
Joh Watson:
Roger Puttocke
Hen: Brereton


fol. 399r

fol. 399v

55 Kildar{e} o
The examinacion of
the Lady vicountesse
Nettirvill concernin{g}
her losses by the Rebe{ls}
5o Marcij 1641
8951 li. Int{r}
Cert +

Deponent Fullname: Mary Nettervill
Deponent Gender: Female
Deponent Occupation: Peer
Deponent County of Residence: Kildare
Mentioned Non-Deponent Fullnames: Rowland Ewstace, Oliver Ew{stace}, Thomas ffitzgerr{ald}
Mentioned Non-Deponent Roles: Rebel, Rebel, Rebel