Deposition of William Woodes

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

Date: 1642-03-12
Identifier: 811114r083


1641 Deposition Item Type Metadata

County: Wicklow
Deposition Type: Dublin Original
Nature of Deposition: Robbery
Commissioners: Roger Puttock, William Hitchcock
Deposition Transcription:

fol. 114r

William Woodes of Stilbane in the halfe Barony of Rathdowne in the Countie of Wicklow Joyner a Brittish Protestant duly sworne and examined deposeth That in the Moneth of ffebruary last past hee hath beene deprived robbed dispoiled and expelled of and from his goodes chattles landes and other his estate at Stilbaine aforesaid to the values following vizt of houshould stuffe worth twentie poundes, of Cattle young and ould worth and in horses and mares worth ffower score and one poundes and tenn shillings of swine and poultry about his house worth seaven poundes, of wheat oates and rye worth thirtie and eight poundes of eighteene yardes of woollen cloath worth seaven and fortie shillings of implementes of husbandry twentie shillings, of two barrells of beeffe and one barrell of herrings worth three poundes, of one great ricke of hay worth tenn poundes, of Corne in the ground worth thirtie poundes, of his lease of Stilbaine aforesaid the interest whereof was at the beginning of this rebellion well worth an hundred poundes, of debts due to the Deponent from severall persons now in actuall rebellion which hee never expecteth to receive in all amounting to fortie poundes Soe that this Deponent is dampnified by meanes of this rebellion in Ireland, the whole somme of three hundred and two poundes and seaventeene shillings sterling And hee further saith That hee was robbed & dispoiled of his estate at Stilbaine aforesaid by the handes or meanes of George Archbold of <A> Clancormicke in the County of Wicklow aforesaid and three of his servantes Knogher mc Cahell of Ballycullin William Brickan and Donnell mc KillPatricke late servant to the Deponent and Teige mc Kering of Ballynornan & divers others Irish rebells whose names he this Deponent knoweth not And this Deponent further saith That <B> hee was perswaded by one Owen Owny mc Donell & Honora mc Clickin to carry his some part of his goodes to a place in the said County {ca}lled ff{ }pstowne where they assured him that his said goodes shuold bee as safe there as if they were in Dublin but after this Deponent was expelled from his being and habitacion at Stilbaine aforesaid and intended to come towardes Dublin hee demanded some of his said goodes soe left as aforesaid with the said Owny & Honora <C> who answered that the said George Archbold & his Companie had taken away part of the said goodes and the rest they would keepe themselues & if hee would have them, lett him come himselfe for them but hee durst not come thither in regard hee feared they would have taken away his life
William [mark] Woodes his mark
Jur 12o Martij 1641
Roger Puttocke
William Hitchcocke

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Wickloe 7 2 66
William Woodes Jur 12o
Marcij 1641
Cert fact Intr


Deponent Fullname: William Woodes
Deponent Gender: Male
Deponent Occupation: Joiner
Deponent County of Residence: Wicklow
Mentioned Non-Deponent Fullnames: George Archbold, Knogher mc Cahell, William Brickan, Donnell mc KillPatricke, Teige mc Kering, Owny mc Donell, Honora mc Clickin
Mentioned Non-Deponent Roles: Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel