Deposition of Anna Hamilton

Citation: TCD, 1641 Depositions Project, online transcript January 1970
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Identifier: 821015r009


1641 Deposition Item Type Metadata

County: Tipperary
Deposition Type: Dublin Original
Nature of Deposition: Robbery
Commissioners: John Sterne, John Watson, William Aldrich
Deposition Transcription:

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Jane Anna Hamilton wife to Archibold now lord ArchBishopp of Cashell duely sworne and examined deposeth and sayth That sin c e the be about the first day of January last beinge at the Citty of Cashell, these Rebells followinge vizt Phillip ô dwyre of dundrum in the County of Tipperary Esquire Teige oge ô <hand> Maroher Esquire Tibbold Butler of Drum Esquire Walter Butler of <A> Noddestowne Esquire Richard Butler his brothers to the said Tibbott all of the said County of Tipperary Esquires and diuerse others whose names nor place of abode this examinate knoweth not, came to Cashell aforesaid in a Rebellious manner and then and there forceably robbed expelled deprived or otherwise dispoyled this Examinate of the goods & Chattells of her husband to the values followinge (vizt) In househould goods and wearinge apparell Cxx li. one thousand two hundred poundes, a n A Library of Bookes three worth three hundred poundes In sheepe 2000: of English breede, worth sixe hundred poundes, two hundred head of English Cowes and oxen worth fower hundred poundes, one Coache and Eight Coache horses worth one hundred and fortie poundes, twelue saddle horses and Geldinges worth one hundred and twentie poundes, ffortie horses and Mares worth one hundred pounds In Corne for prouision worth one hundred poundes, in ready money thirtie poundes, And likewise was then dispossessed by the said Rebells of landes Mortgaged to his lordship for which his said lordship payed 1330 li. and the deedes of the said Mortgages alsoe taken by the said Rebells, by meanes whereof she is like to loose feareth the same wilbe [ ] lost In Bills Bonds seuerall debts due by Bill specialities from seuerall persons now in Rebellion or soe robbed by the said Rebells that they are disabled to sattisfie the said debts, all which amountinge to 1220 li. 13 s.-0 the said specialties beinge likewise taken away by the Rebells, In arreares of rent due at the begininge of this Rebellion 550 li. In money payed for a lease of tythes the write 300 li. the writeinges whereof beinge taken away by the Rebells she the same is accompted in danger as to be absolutely lost, In plate 200 li. Lost the value of his Bushopprick for this present yeare one thousand pound, And in arreares due vpon seuerall tenants for the rents of the said Bushoppricke ffifteene hundred poundes Soe that the som totall of her said husbands losses sustayned by meanes of this Rebellion amounteth

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the summe of Nyne thousand & nyntie Powndes seaven hundred and <symbol tot.> six poundes ster
Anna Hamilton
Jur: Maij 1642
Joh Watson
Will: Aldrich
John Sterne:


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fol. 16v


3. Com Tipperary
Anna Hamilton vxor
ArchiEpiscopi Cashell Jurat
27o Apr 1642
Cert fact
Cert de novo fact cum
recitacionem prioris


Deponent Fullname: Anna Hamilton
Deponent Gender: Female
Deponent Occupation: Wife
Deponent County of Residence: Tipperary
Mentioned Non-Deponent Fullnames: Archibold lord ArchBishopp of Cashell, Phillip , Teige oge , Tibbold Butler, Walter Butler, Richard Butler
Mentioned Non-Deponent Roles: Mentioned, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel