Examination of Patrick Moore

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

Date: 1641-10-30
Identifier: 809036r014


1641 Deposition Item Type Metadata

County: Dublin
Deposition Type: Examination
Nature of Deposition: Words
Commissioners: Gerard Lowther, Richard Bolton
Deposition Transcription:

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The Examinacion of Patrick Moore tak of Clownish in the Com of Monoghan taken before us Sir Ri. Bolton knight Lord Cha: of Ireland and Sir Gerrard Lowther knight &c the 30th day of Octo: 1641
<P:> The said Examinant saith that hee was Borne in the queenes Com, and is of the banished sept of the Mores there and that hee hath lived these twenty yeares in the Com of Monoghan; and that about Tenn yeares of the said tyme hee lived with Art oge mc Mahan, and that since the death of the said Art hee hath lived in Clownish and Kilcoran neere thereunto in the Com of Monoghan; and that hee hath noe holding goods or Chattles there only kept an Ale howse vntill of late May last wherein hee had some small howsehold stuffe, and since May hath had noe meanes of Livelihood only what god sent <Q> him, And that vpon Sunday the 17th day of October hee left klownish and came to Ballihais to a ffaire there, And from thence hee travailed to see the Lady Rushe, and that in the Mannor of Castle Jordan hee heard by a soldier whose name hee knowes not that his Brother James was come out of ffrance into Dublin, And therevpon hee and his Brother William whoe came from Klownish with him tooke their Journeys to Dublin to see their said Brother James And that the first night they Lodged at a howse by a villadge neere Cloncurrye, And that the next night beinge Thursday the 21th of this instant Oct. they Lodged <R> at Kilcock in the Howse of one Lock a merchant, and from thence came to Dublin on friday the 22th of this instant Oct to the howse of one Darby More in Cookestreete, And that his Brother William came along with him, And saith that his said Brother William hath

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<S> other livelihoode then his daily labor. And the said Examinant further saith that about Eight yeares past hee was to haue gone into the Loe Countryes with Edward mc Bryan mc Phelim Birne as a soldier and that he wynde being then Crosse turned him back againe, And saith that hee knoweth Hugh oge mc Mahan but did not see him since the funerall of Ardell mc Mahan about in Clownish about three weekes agoe. This examinant beinge further pressed for discouerie of the truth saith that about thursday last was fortnight this Examinants father told him that Lisagh More a Brother of Roger Mores his was takeinge upp some Company of soldiers of Ballina in the Com of Kildare Esquire was takeing upp some soldrs Company of soldiers <and that the said Roger> had some busines <T> with this Examinant and would speake with him, and therevpon comeinge from Castle Jordan towards Dublin they hee enquired for the said Roger More at [ ] his howse at Balrenett and there was told that hee was not at home but it was very likely that hee should finde him at Dublin, and Comeinge to Dublin enquired for him but found him not,
Patricke Moore
Ri: Bolton Canc
Gerrard Lowther

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30 oct: 1641
The Examinacion of
Patricke Moore.

1 he is of the banished
sept of the mores
2 he hath no meanes to
3 he came to Dublin the
xxijth of October
to seek for his brother
James who as he
tolde was retorned
out of france

Deponent Fullname: Patrick Moore
Deponent Gender: Male
Deponent County of Residence: Monaghan
Mentioned Non-Deponent Fullnames: Art oge mc Mahan, Lady Rushe, * Lock, Darby More, Edward mc Bryan mc Phelim Birne, Ardell mc Mahan, Lisagh More, Roger Moore, James *, William *
Mentioned Non-Deponent Roles: Mentioned, Mentioned, Mentioned, Mentioned, Mentioned, Mentioned, Mentioned, Mentioned, Mentioned, Mentioned