Examination of Patricke Codd re James Codd

Citation: TCD, 1641 Depositions Project, online transcript January 1970
[http://1641.tcd.ie/deposition.php?depID?=818283r265] accessed Monday 25th of September 2017 12:06 PM

Dublin Core

Date: 1654-01-06
Identifier: 818283r265


1641 Deposition Item Type Metadata

County: Wexford
Deposition Type: Commonwealth
Nature of Deposition: Death, Confederacy
Commissioners: B Hussey, Edward Withey
Deposition Transcription:

fol. 283r

The Examinacion of Patricke Codd of whitehowse gent aged forty yeares or thereabouts taken vpon oath on the behalfe of the Comonwealth Concerning James Codd of Clogheast in the County of wexford gent
<To the 1st Inter> The Examinant deposeth that the said James Codd did during the first yeare & the whole time of the rebellyon liue at Clogheast in the County of wexford in the Irish quarters and did not thence remooue into the english quarters <d> as Nicholas Codd of Castletowne, & Adam waller & other protestants neere him the said James did
<To the 2d Inter> Hee cannot depose,
<To the 3d interr> Hee deposeth that the said James Codd did actually in the first yeare of the rebellyon contribute men <d> Armes, & money to maintaine and vphold the said rebellyon against the english
<To the 4th interr> The examinant deposeth that the said James was actually in Armes in the first yeare of the rebellyon against the english & raysed & had the Comand of a Company of foote, that yeare & since, wherewith the said James with others of the Irish of the said County then in Armes <f> went against Duncannon forte then guarrissoned by the Lord Esmond & the english – his cause of knowledge is for that the said deponent hath seen the said James to March in the head of the said Company soe by him Comanded
<To the 5th Inter> the deponent saith that he hath seen the said James at diuers publicque meetings of the Irish in order to <g> the promoting the rebellyon in the said first yeare and sithence
<To the 6th Inter> Hee cannot depose
<To the 7th inter> Hee deposeth & beleiueth that the said James did take the <h> oath of associacion, it being soe Comon and generall a thing that the deponent beleiues he could not avoyd the taking thereof

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<To the 8th inter> Hee doth not depose
<To the 9th Inter> Hee deposeth (touching the said James offices or places of <i> trust) as in the deponents answeare to the 4th interrogatory to which he refferreth him selfe
<To the 10th inter> the deponent saith that Robert Codd brother to the said James was in the time of the Rebellyon, in actuall Armes for the Irish against the english in the Capacity of a Lt of foote, & was in the forte of Duncannon, when the <k> same was kept by the Irish about the yeare 1650: when and where the said Robert was killed by the english party or dyed naturally but whether killed or dyed the deponent examinant cannot positiuely depose
<To the 11: 12 &
13: Inter> Hee cannot depose and farther saith not
Patrick Codd
Sworne before vs the 6th of
January 1653
Edward withey
B Hussey

Deponent Fullname: Patricke Codd
Deponent Gender: Male
Deponent Occupation: Gentleman
Deponent County of Residence: Wexford
Mentioned Non-Deponent Fullnames: James Codd, Robert Codd, Nicholas Codd, Adam waller, Lord Esmond
Mentioned Non-Deponent Roles: Rebel, Rebel, Mentioned, Mentioned, Mentioned