Deposition of Edward Denman

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

Date: 1642-01-27
Identifier: 832223r204


1641 Deposition Item Type Metadata

County: Cavan
Deposition Type: Dublin Original
Nature of Deposition: Stripping, Words, Lost By Debts
Commissioners: John Watson, Randall Adams
Deposition Transcription:

fol. 223r

Edward Denman late of Belturbut in the County of Cavan Merchant being duely sworne in the behalfe of his ffather William Denman of the same place merchant whoe is gone for England sayth That at or about the xxviijth day of October last past his said ffather was robbed and dispoyled of his lands goods & money in the said County of the valew following vizt Wares in his shop worth ffiue Hundred pounds ster household stuff worth Sixscore pounds Apparell worth Twenty pounds debts that were owing from sufficyent men then & now in rebellion & [present{ly}? ] amounting to ffoure Hundred pounds money in his purse Seaventy pound{s} howses & land he had in Belturbut worth Three hundred pounds Plate & rynges worth Twelue pounds In all amounting to ffoureteene Hundred Twenty Twoe pound{s} <a> ster. All which were taken away by Phillip Mc H{ugh} Mc Shane Rely of Ballinacargy Esquire Edmund Rely of {the} parish Kilmore Esquire & Miles Rely the high Sheriffe his sonne John Rely sonne & heyre of Me Phillip McMilmore Rely of Ballatrost Edmund and Hugh Rely sonnes of Mulmore mc Phillip Rely deceased and their followers whoe divided the said goods amongst them And afterwards comming to Dublin his said ffather & mother were with himselfe were stript of their clothes by the army of the said o Relyes <b> He further sayth that he heard John Rely sonne & heyre of Phillip Mc Mulmore of Ballatrost say That they had the kings broade seale for what they did
This deponent alsoe sayth That he asking him the said John Rely why they did not meddle with the Scotts , he said the Scotts did ioyne with them.
<c> He sayth further That going afterwards to Belturbut Phillip mc Hugh mc Shane Rely seeing him there r{an} after him with a sticke and sayd he would hang him for that he came as a spy
Edw. Denman
Jurat coram nobis
27o Jan: 1641
Joh Watson:
Randall Adams:

fol. 223v

[Copy at MS 832,

fol. 64v


Deponent Fullname: William Denman
Deponent Gender: Male
Deponent Occupation: Merchant
Mentioned Non-Deponent Fullnames: Edward Denman, Phillip Mc Hugh Mc Shane Rely, Edmund Rely, Miles Rely, John Rely, Phillip McMilmore Rely, Hugh Rely, Mulmore mc Phillip Rely
Mentioned Non-Deponent Roles: Proxy, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel