Deposition of John Winder

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

Date: 1642-01-20
Identifier: 831017r031


1641 Deposition Item Type Metadata

County: Leitrim, Sligo & Mayo
Deposition Type: Dublin Original
Nature of Deposition: Robbery, Stripping, Words
Commissioners: John Watson, Roger Puttock
Deposition Transcription:

fol. 17r

John Winder Late of Stuckery in the parish of Killtogher and barony of Leitrym and County of Leytrim yeoman being duly sworne saith That on or about the three & twentith day of October Last past hee was att Stuckery aforesaid where hee was robbed & dispoyled of his goods & chattells of the value following vizt in corne Twentie poundes, in cattle and beasts fifty pounds, in hey twenty shillings, in houshold goods Ten poundes, in money thirty shillings in all amounting to the summe of fowrscore and two poundes and ten shillings by or by the meanes of theise <A> Rebells Con o Rourke of the parish of Clowness Henry Reynolds of the parish of Anaduffe fferdarogh Reynolds of the parish of Killc ough er Teig o Ruddy, Teig O Rourke, Vlicke o Greyner of the parish of ffenan with diverse others to the number of two hundred or vpwards The names of s o many of these names as far r as the deponent can remember is are vnder written whoe said that they had a Comission from the king of England for to doe what they did and to robb all the English but not Scotts nor Irish, wherevppon this deponent being putt in great feare forthwith repaired repayred towards Dublyn with his wife and children and comeing along about five or six miles from the place aforesaid this deponent his wife and children were all stripped and robbed againe of the Cloathes from theire backes to the value of five poundes att the least by diverse of the Rebells whose names are vnknowne to this deponent whoe was likewise much beaten by the said Rebells
signum [mark] Jo: Winder
Jur: 20o Jan: 1641.
Joh Watson:
Roger Puttocke

The names of the Rebells
<B> Donnogh McGranar of the parish of Kiltawr gentleman
Rory mcDermott gentleman of the same
Con o ffawklan & his brother Bryan o ffawklan both of the same
Cahir mcTernan of the same parish gentleman
Dermot o ffanna of the same smith & his brother Cahir o ffanna of the same
Patrick mcTumbleby of the same gentleman
Cormock mcShanley of the same
James mcOwen of the same parish he dwelt at Stuckrey
Donnoh mcMurrey & ffelim mcMurry his sonne of the same parish
- Cahir Cahell mcGranard gentleman of the same
- James mcCade of the same
John [mark] Winder his Marke.
Jurat vt sup:
Joh Watson:
Roger Puttocke

fol. 17v


8 Leitrim (2)
John Winder Jur 20o: Jan: 1641


Deponent Fullname: John Winder
Deponent Gender: Male
Deponent Occupation: Yeoman
Deponent County of Residence: Leitrim
Mentioned Non-Deponent Fullnames: Con o Rourke, Henry Reynolds, fferdarogh Reynolds, Teig o Ruddy, Teig O Rourke, Vlicke o Greyner, Donnogh McGranar, Rory mcDermott, Con o ffawklan, Bryan o ffawklan, Cahir mcTernan, Dermot o ffanna, Patrick mcTumble, Cormock mcShanley, James mcOwen, Donnoh mcMurrey, ffelim mcMurry, Cahell mcGranard, James mcCade
Mentioned Non-Deponent Roles: Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel