Deposition of Thomas and Ann Humfrey

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

Date: 1642-09-07
Identifier: 817052r058


1641 Deposition Item Type Metadata

County: Longford & Westmeath
Deposition Type: Dublin Original
Nature of Deposition: Apostacy, Arson, Captivity, Robbery
Commissioners: John Sterne, John Watson, William Aldrich
Deposition Transcription:

fol. 52r

Thomas Humfrey of Kilbeggan in the Countie of westMeath Tanner and Ann Humfry sworne and examjned saye That since the begining of the presente Rebellion in this Kingdome Hee this deponent hath beene and is deprived robbed or otherwise dispoyled of his meanes goodes and Chattells hereafter mencioned vizt vizt fowresco{re} & tenn tannd hydes worth xlv li. beasts and Cattle worth xxiiij li. horses & Mares worth vj li. sheepe worth xxv s. 20 goates fiftie shillinges Corne & hay in the stacks worth vj li.: Howsholdstuff provition and apparell worth x li. And the Rebells in that County burned his howses and spoyled his tanpittes & dispoyled him of his farme or liveing & of corne thereon being worth x li. more And this deponent hath lost or feareth hee shall loose by meanes of the Rebellion in debts owi duly owing vnto him the some of fforty Powndes by persons Robbed by the Rebells & soe disabled to give satisfaction Soe as his whole Losse by reason of the Rebellion amounteth to One hundreth forty <144-15s.-00> fowre pownds xv s. ster And sayth that the parties Rebells that soe deprived robbed and dispoyled him and that were, and as he thincketh yet are in Rebellion are theis that followe vizt CaptaineBrenan of Cruagh Brian O Neile of Laghhortonagh gen. and the Conley mc Laghlyn sonne to Hugh mc Laghlyn of newtowne: William oge of the <A.> Garriduffe Tenant to Thomas mc Art: William Goenin servant to Conn mcConlow whoe would not heare his complaint Tulagh mc Patricke of the Tuar. and ffarrall of oge of the same gen ffarmers. Laghlyn o fflyn of the knocke Tenant to Rosse Geoghagan. ffarmer: James o fatan & hugh o ffatan of Balliquiggen ffarmers dermott o Skur of Brocken Art mc hughes tenant ffarmer Art Cree michell o Cree of Ballymoyre ffarmers James Coman of Kilbeggan brogmaker Inan mc Cormacke of the same brogmaker and Edmond o Brenan all beare{ing} armes against his maiesties subjects & is in open action

fol. 52v

And this deponent sayth that John Adis & all his family & Children mrs [ffleeswore]
[ ] and all the English as John welden wen{t} to mass. And this deponent for fear of his <A.> life was constreyned 3 or 4 tymes to be att mass: And that the the towne and Abbey of Kilbegan wer burnd by ffox & other Rebells.
Thomas [mark] Humfry
An vmfry [mark] her marke
Jurat 7to 7ber
John Sterne.
Joh Watson:
Will: Aldrich

Thomas Humphrey
Jur 7o 7ber 1641
Cert fact


Deponent Fullname: Thomas Humfrey, Ann Humfry
Deponent Gender: Male, Female
Deponent Occupation: Tanner,
Deponent County of Residence: Westmeath,
Mentioned Non-Deponent Fullnames: * Brenan, Brian O Neile, Conley mc Laghlyn, Hugh mc Laghlyn, William oge, Thomas mc Art, William Goenin, Tulagh mc Patricke, ffarrall oge *, Laghlyn o fflyn, James o fatan, hugh o ffatan, dermott o Skur, Art mc hughes, Art Cree, michell o Cree, James Coman, Inan mc Cormacke, Edmond o Brenan, Conn mcConlow, John Adis, mrs [ffleeswore], John welden
Mentioned Non-Deponent Roles: Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Mentioned, Victim, Victim, Victim