Deposition of John Haynes

Collection: Bysse Depositions

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

Date: 1642-09-10
Identifier: 829260r172


1641 Deposition Item Type Metadata

County: Clare & Limerick
Deposition Type: Bysse
Nature of Deposition: Multiple Killing, Robbery, Lost By Debts
Commissioners: Henry Rugg, James Wallis
Deposition Transcription:

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<symbol> John Haynes late of the parish of Clancoare in the Mannor of Broghill and in the County of Lymrick gent duly soawrne and examined by vertue of &c deposeth and saith That on or aboute the 20th day of December last and within shorte time after and sinc{e} the begining and by meanes of this presente rebellion in Ierland hee lost was robbed and ffoarceably dispoyled of his goodes and Chattells to the seuerall valewes fol l owing vzt worth 851 li. 10 s.
Off Cowes heifers horses mares and swine to the valew of one hundred sixty & nine poundes In houshold stuff Corne and hay to the valew of fforty poundes [ ] [ ] This deponent was expelled and driuen away from his dwelling and lease which he held from the right honorable the Earle of Corke and lying in the parish of Clancoare afforesaide worth one hundred poundes this deponent likewise held A mordgage In the County of Tipparary called Mooretowne ffrom one Richard Keyton worth Two hundred and sixty poundes which Keyton he conceives is in rebellion and that the benyfitt of the sayd mordgage is lost This deponent likewise had many debtes due from many sufficient men both Inglish & Irish whose names are vnder written [ ] by meanes of this rebellion the said Inglish some nowe lost all the estates and others are departed the kingdome as for the Irish hee conceives them to bee in actuall rebellion wherby this deponent is in noe hope of getting satisfaction Robert Cox late of Broff in the County of ly{mrick}gent oweth me by bill Threescore and tenn poundes Gilbert Cooper of the parish of Brury oweth me by bill Six poundes Edward Standish Esquire late of Broffe afforesaide ffiue poundes John Pilkington late of the same place oweth mee Three poundes Richard Mayne late of Clanco l e afforesaide Clarke the sume of ffifteene shillinges william Bolte of Shandrum in the County Corke by bill ffower poundes Thomas Lyne of Kilmoore in the County of Corke one pound and tenn shillin g es Gerrold og of Ca s Mackranire in the parish of Castelltowne in the County of Lymrick the sume of ffiue poundes and ffifteene shillinges John Domine of Currigla s in the County of Corke afforesaid e one pou{nd} and Tenn shillinges Tibote Roach of the parish of Clancore afforesaid the sume of Three poundes This deponent saith att the begining of this rebell{ion} he ca ried A twoe trunckes to the Castle of Loghgar In which he lost at the t{aking} of the said Castle the sume worth of twoe hundred poundes The totall of his losses were Eight hundred ffifty and one poundes Tenn shillinges This deponent saith that his goodes taken away from his howse an{d} <A> land in Clancore afforesaid By Eddy Lacy of Broughry in the Co{unty} of Lymrick Esquire Sir William Power of Kilbolane in the County of { }

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<B> Connor mc Cannire Brian mc Cannire Donnoh mc Cannire and Garrold oge mc Cannire all dwelling in the parish of Castletowne in the County of Lymrick gent John Suppell of Craggane In the County of Lymrick gent Thomas Browne of Cammas In the County of Lymrick gent And what this deponent lost in the Castle of Loghgar afforesaid were taken away by the beesegers of Logar whose names hee knowes not Moreouer this deponent saith that about the eighteenth of March last past Att the seege of Rasegoggane ther was murderred and hanged John Martin A sonn of Tristrom Percy whose name this deponents knowes not one Atkins whose name this deponent cannot remember and Honnor Percy daughter to the afforesaid Trustrum and alsoe Trustrum Percyes owne wife and others to the number of Nine persons Murdered by John Suppell <C> of Crogane in the Barony of Cosma and in the County of Lymrick gent Eddy Lacy of Brury in the foresaid Barony of Conella and County gent Morris oge Lacy of Balleefoockeen in the Barony of Conella & County afforesiad Robert o Barry of Rath Goggin in the Barony of Kilmoore and county of Corke and David Barry of the same yeoman All the aforesaid partyes did say that what they did they had warrant from his Maiesties to doe it vnder his hand and seale and further deposeth not
John Heayens
Jurat coram nobis
decimo Septo die September 1642
Jam: Wallis
Hen: Rugge

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John Haynes his

Deponent Fullname: John Haynes
Deponent Gender: Male
Deponent Occupation: Gentleman
Deponent County of Residence: Limerick
Mentioned Non-Deponent Fullnames: Earle of Corke, Richard Keyton, Robert Cox, Gilbert Cooper, Edward Standish, John Pilkington, Richard Mayne, william Bolte, Thomas Lyne, John Domine, Tibote Roach, Eddy Lacy, William Power, Connor mc Cannire, Brian mc Cannire, Donnoh mc Cannire, Garrold oge mc Cannire, John Suppell, Thomas Browne, John Martin, Tristrom Percy, Honnor Percy, Morris oge Lacy, Robert o Barry, David Barry, his Maiestie
Mentioned Non-Deponent Roles: Mentioned, Creditor, Debtor, Debtor, Debtor, Debtor, Debtor, Debtor, Debtor, Debtor, Debtor, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Denounced, Rebel, Victim, Victim, Victim, Denounced, Denounced, Denounced, Mentioned