Deposition of John Newenham

Collection: Bysse Depositions

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

Date: 1642-11-02
Identifier: 829198r125


1641 Deposition Item Type Metadata

County: Clare & Limerick
Deposition Type: Bysse
Nature of Deposition: Robbery, Lost By Debts
Commissioners: Philip Bisse, Richard French
Deposition Transcription:

fol. 198r

John Newenham of Manisternenagh in the Baronye of Cosma{e} and Pobullbrien in the Com of limerick gent (a brittish protestant duelie sworne and examined before vs by vertue &c deposeth and saieth that on or about Christmas last and since the begininge of this present Rebellion in Ireland hee lost and was robbed and dispoiled of his goods and Chatles by meanes of this Rebellion in Ireland; to the seuerall values followinge vizt worth 660 li.
Of Cowes heffers yerl ings, oxen, horses, mares, garrons, coults, sheepe and hog{gs} to the value of fower hundred and six pounds sixteene shillin g s and eigh{t} pence ster Of howshould stuffe to the value of thirtie pounds sterlinge Of Implements of husbandry to the value of twentie pounds ster Of corne in the haggard to the value of fiueteene pounds & sixteene shill sterlinge Of corne in ground nowe lost by meanes of this rebellion to the value of one hundred pounds ster He likewise saieth that hee was dispossessed of by the lands of Manisternenagh f or which hee laid out as incombe before the begininge of this Rebellion fiftie pounds ste{r} Hee further saieth that that hee laide out in buldings and other improvemen{ts} of the said lands the sume of one hundred pounds ster: woorth coibus annis aboue the landlords rent three score pounds per annum his lease 31 yers <to come he is damnif ied> in his lease of three hundred pounds Of debts amountinge to the sume of threeskore pounds sterlinge due vppon seuerall men now in actuall Rebellion whose names this deponent Remembreth nott in regard he lost his bills & bo n nds as alsoe Henrye Hart Esquire George Calepeese E{squire} Andrew Webber and seuerall other disabled protestants by meanes o{f} this Rebellion But in regard the said protestants are vtterly dissenab{led} by meanes of this rebellion therefore this deponent canot ge{tt} satisfaction from them The totall of his losses amounts to six hundred & three score pounds And The deponent saith that aboute Christmas last one Ellynor fitz Gerrald of Cahirasty in the said County widdowe & her servants tooke away in a rebellious maner this deponents Corne & his Cattle & further he deposeth not
Joh: Newenham
Jurat coram nobis 2o
9bris 1642
Phil: Bisse
Richard ffrench

fol. 198v

The examination of
John Newman


Deponent Fullname: John Newenham
Deponent Gender: Male
Deponent Occupation: Gentleman
Deponent County of Residence: Limerick
Mentioned Non-Deponent Fullnames: Henrye Hart, George Calepeese, Andrew Webber, Ellynor fitz Gerrald
Mentioned Non-Deponent Roles: Debtor, Debtor, Debtor, Rebel