Deposition of Thomas Hood

Collection: Bysse Depositions

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

Identifier: 828271r352


1641 Deposition Item Type Metadata

County: Cork & Kerry
Deposition Type: Bysse
Nature of Deposition: Assault, Captivity, Robbery, Lost By Debts
Commissioners: Philip Bisse, Richard French
Deposition Transcription:

fol. 271r


Thomas Hood Late of Killmckillokosisty in the parish of killmckillokosisty in the barony of Glanororte & County of kiery (a Brittish protestant) beinge duely sworne & examined vpon his oath before vs (in the behalfe of himselfe & his son in Lawe Thomas John Stokes & his owne son John Hood) by vertue of his Maiesties Comission (beareing date the 5th of March last) touching the losses & suffrings of his loyall subiects protestants within the province of Munster deposeth & saith That on or aboute the first of January Last the deponent & his sons John Stokes & John Hood lost & were robbed & forceably dispoyled of their goods Chattles & debts to the seuerall v alues followeing vizt vizt the said Tho: Hood lost 582 li. 10 s. the said John Stoaks lost 200 li. & John Hood the value of 60 li. Of the said Thomas his ready mony & gould to the value of three hundred pounds sterling, one gould ring & a smale jewell to the value of fiftie shillings. Of his linnen woollen & weareing apparell & houshould stuffe & pro v ision in his house to the value of his two hundred pounds. The deponent saith that he sent a boate loade n with corne aquavite to dingleIcoose which was robbed & taken by the rebells to the value of foure score pownds in ready mony. Of houshould stuffe linnen & woollen & weareing apparell to the value of fiftie pownds sterling He further sayth That donnell mc Teige of Bunnan in the parish of Glanororte & County aforesaid gentleman nowe in rebellion is indebted to the deponents sonn the said John Hood in the same of three score pounds sterling The totall of his owne losses amounts to fiue hundred foure score & two pounds ten shillings & of his son in Lawe his losses two hundred pounds sterling & the losses of the said deponetns son John Hood amounts [ ] to three score pownds sterling. He likewise saith that he & both his said sons were robbed & dispoiled of the premisses about the time aboue mencioned by the meanes of Owen mc ffynnen mc ffynnen of killmckilloke aforesaid the said County gentlemen Owen <A> o Sullyvan of Ardee in the said County gentleman & ffynnen mc Shane of kilmc: aforesaid merchant. He further saith that Ellen (the wife of the said Owen mc ffynen comanded to hange vp by the armes till they were almost dead Juan this deponents wife & Margrett his daughter therby to constraine them to confes where the deponents mony Lay. he Lastly saith that he is credibly informed that one ffritter neere dingleIcoose in the said County detaineth forceably the deponents two sons John Hood & Thomas Hood in restraint. T he totall of the deponents losses & his two sons amounts to eight hundred foure scor & two pounds ten shillings & further he cannot depose

Thomas [mark] Hood marke
Jurat coram nobis
{6} May 1642
Phil: Bisse
{Ric}hard ffrench

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The examinacion of Thomas Hood
cert fact

Will [this is upside down in the original]

Deponent Fullname: Thomas Hood, John Stokes, John Hood
Deponent Gender: Male, Male, Neutral
Deponent County of Residence: Kerry,
Mentioned Non-Deponent Fullnames: donnell mc Teige, Owen mc ffynnen, Owen o Sullyvan, ffynnen mc Shane, Ellen *, Juan *, * ffritter
Mentioned Non-Deponent Roles: Debtor, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Victim, Rebel