Examination of Charles Kenshelagh

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

Date: 1641-10-28
Identifier: 809032r012


1641 Deposition Item Type Metadata

County: Dublin
Deposition Type: Examination
Nature of Deposition: Words
Commissioners: James Ware, Robert Meredith
Deposition Transcription:

fol. 32r

The examination of Charles Kenshelagh of Dublin Taylor taken the 28th of October 1641
<F> The said examinant saith that he did not se{e} the Lord Magwire at any time within this moneth, but saith that the he saw met one Edmund mc Mahowne a servant to the said Lord Magwire in the streete in Dublin upon Friday being the F next day before the said Lord Magwires apprehensionding and then the for that present only bad him welcom{e} <G> to towne. But afterwards meeting him againe the said Edmond bade tould him welco{me} that he had acquainted [ ] the Lo: Magwire the Lord Magwire did desire to speake with this examinant the next morning. whereu{pon} accordingly the soone after ix a clock in the morning he went to the lodging of the said Lord Magwire and inquiring for him the good wife of the house one Mrs Nevell tould him that my Lord Magwire was not there but was gone abroade.
<H> He saith also that soone after coming hom{e} to his owne house his wife tould him that my Lord Magwire had bin twice Knocked a{t} this examinants doore but came not in thith{er}

fol. 32v

went away before the doore was opened. <J> Hee saith also that soone after the same day hearing that the Lord Magwire was apprehended in a Kernans house in Cookestreet. he this examinate said that it was twenty to one that my Lord Magwire might have escaped if he taken the other side of the way and passed through Colmans brooke. But for any Conspiracy or treason of intended by the <K> said Lo: he neither never Knew nor ever was privy to it. neither did he ever heare of any such matter till after the words soe spoken by this examinate
Cha: Kinsallagh
Ja: Ware
Rob Meredith

<L> The said examinate saith also that for this sevenight Last past there hath [ ] noe persons bin in this examinats house at twelve a clock at night or at any other unseasonable house howre.
Cha: Kinsallagh
Ja: Wares
Rob Meredith

fol. 33r

<M> The said examinate saith also that upon Munda{y} or twesday last he sould a sword to the master of the Company of the Taylors for eleven shillings vj d. which sword this examinant confesseth, was left at th his house by an Irish boy the Saturday before but whence the boy came or by whom it was sent he this examinant Knoweth not neith{er} was he present when the sword was left there
Cha: Kinsallagh
Ja: Wares
Rob Meredith

fol. 33v

28 October 1641
The examinacion of
Charles Kinselagh

Deponent Fullname: Charles Kenshelagh
Deponent Gender: Male
Deponent Occupation: Tailor
Deponent County of Residence: Dublin
Mentioned Non-Deponent Fullnames: Lord Magwire, Edmund mc Mahowne, Mrs Nevell, * Kernan
Mentioned Non-Deponent Roles: Rebel, Mentioned, Mentioned, Mentioned