Deposition of John Lukey

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

Date: 1643-03-02
Identifier: 810168r219


1641 Deposition Item Type Metadata

County: Dublin
Deposition Type: Dublin Original
Nature of Deposition: Assault, Robbery, Words
Commissioners: Edward Piggott, William Aldrich
Deposition Transcription:

fol. 168r

John Lukey [ ] minister of gods word at the Parrish Church of Ballivoghall in the Countie of Dublin sworne and examined deposeth and sajth That by meanes of the present Rebellion he is deprived of & hath Lost his meanes goodes and <{ } li. 10 s.> chattells of the value of ffortie ffive pownds ten shillinges And further saith that Cheefly by the meanes of one <A> John Horish of Balljboughall aforesaid yeoman: Whose youngest sonn also e hadd formerly sett some mastive doggs vpon this deponent out of the Church: Where his father have placed them (as this deponent was credibly informed by his neighbours) which doggs fastned their teeth on this deponents Cloake: But this deponent rescowing himself by a knife & a small cudgell fledd into the towne, the doggs still feircly pursueing him and the deponent crying out & endevoured, for succour <B> to fly first into the howse of one Richard Hoorish of the Grange & desireing him to save his Liffe: hee denyed refused to helpe him but contrarywise shutt his doores against him: Then the deponent attempted to goe into the howse of one Nicholas Goulden there: But his family shutt his doores alsoe against the deponent, & at the length when as he this deponent had with his kniffe hurt one of the doggs in the head they both Left him: And s all which was done since the Rebellion began vizt on a Saboath day And further saith that about nyne monthes before the Rebellion began, this <C> deponent being at Supper with Sabastian ffinglasse of the Morroghe nere Balliboghall gentleman & the said ffinglass & this deponent falling into some discourse concerning the Religion: Hee the said ffinglasse (being a Wilfull papist) wished this Deponent divers tymes to turne to his Religion ffor that poperie should shortly vniversally Raigne in Ireland & hee waited for that tyme euery day, and knew it wold bee very shortly: And then all protestants Ministers must be

fol. 168v

Become minister s Scholemaster s or mecannicks And further saith that about six weekes before the Rebellion began one William Boulkley parish Clarke of Luske tould this deponent, That hee heard one <D> Mrffitzwilliams of Baldongan gent (in an Alehowse at Lusk) say: That hee did hope shortly to see every ministers neck as Long as his arme
John Lukey
Jur 2o Martij 1642
Edw: Pigott
Will: Aldrich

John Lukie Jur 2o Martij 1642
Intw Cert fact
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Deponent Fullname: John Lukey
Deponent Gender: Male
Deponent Occupation: Clergy
Deponent County of Residence: Dublin
Mentioned Non-Deponent Fullnames: John Horish, Nicholas Goulden, Sabastian ffinglasse, William Boulkley, Mr ffitzwilliams
Mentioned Non-Deponent Roles: Rebel, Mentioned, Mentioned, Mentioned, Mentioned