Deposition of Richard Warrin

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

Date: 1642-01-07
Identifier: 836009r008


1641 Deposition Item Type Metadata

County: Armagh
Deposition Type: Dublin Original
Nature of Deposition: Captivity, Multiple Killing, Robbery, Stripping, Words
Commissioners: John Sterne, Roger Puttock
Deposition Transcription:

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This fift day of January anno domini 1642
I Richard Warrin of Anexsory in the parrish of Levileglish in the Baronie of onelan and County of Ardmagh yeoman a Brittish protestant of the age of 46 yeares being duly sworne saith.

that on or about the 27th day of october last past he was Robbed of and lost in Corne to the value of one hundred and thirty pounds starling in Cattell to the value of two hundred and fifty pounds of the like monie: in houshold goods and hay to the value of one hundred pounds of the like monie: in Ready monies twenty pounds and ten shillings in debts due to him twenty one pounds: in deeds of 70 akers of land and two water mills vnder one Maister Nicholas Elcock: to the value of three hundred and fifty pounds of like monie in leasses vnder one Maister John Elcock for liues to the value of fifty pounds of like nony in all amounting to the sum: of nine hundred twenty one pounds and ten shillings.

further he saith that the abouesaid Roberies were Commited <a> by Captaine Manus o Kane of the grang in the County of Armagh gentleman Captaine Brian o kellie of Charlemount Portrive Captaine Art o neale of the parr Mulloghmore in the saime county gentleman and Captaine patrick o Mallan of Charlemont gentleman and Donell o kelly and patrick o kellie and Patrick mc Camwell of the parish of leveleglish Owen o quin and [ ]man mc kahee of the same parish and patrick mc kevor of Mulloghmore and ffelime mc kan: and further saith that the head of those Rebels are phelomee o Neal knight and Turlagh o ne{al} Esquire and Coronell plunket: and further saith that the said phellome o neall gaue him a protection to goe to the foresaid mills and to grind Corne for theire vse and the next day following the foresaid Turlagh o neale beeing suggested by the instigacion of patrick o Connolan prist who <b> told the said warren hee Cold giue g him no protection and bad him be gone and forthwith hee was thrust out a dores he further saith that his wife and his fiue Children are Captivated with the said Rebels whether hung or dead he knows not. for him selfe saith that he was inforced to leaue his said wife and Children being threatened by Turlogh o Neal to be slane and soe by gods providence Came to this Citty with much hardship misery vidt striping hunger Cold nakednes and imprissonment

further he saith that his brother William Warrin of newtowne in the foresaid parrish and County yeoman being a brittish protestant was Robed as aforesaid and lost in Corne Cattell houshold good leasses and monie to the value of fovrscore pounds starling and after being imprissoned for the space of 12 dayes was Driven to a River Called the bond and there stript

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And violently thrown downe into the said River & there drowned with abou{t} 100 more men women and Children hauing a wife and six Children left at the Rebels mercie which is to be feared to be Cruelty

further he saith that Tho: Cattle his father in law being a brittish protestant of the foresaid parrish and County about the age of 60 yeares was robed and lost in Corne to the value of one hundred and fifty pound star in Cattell one hundred pounds in housholdgoods and hay to te value of twenty fiue pounds in leasses for yeares to the va{lue} of one hundred pounds and what monies and debts he knoweth not in all besids monies amounting to three hundred threescore and fifteene pounds

the name of the And th at his said father in law is Thomas Catell [ ] who was for the space of nine dayes by the Rebels imprissoned and after set vpon a horse to be Conveied to the river aforesaid and by Reason of his age and weakenes fell of the horse into the mire and soe for that present was left behind

further he saith that thomas Cattell the yonger sone of the foresaid thomas Cattell now souldier in Drugheda who was Robbed of and lost in Corne to which was of the value of fifty pounds as this deponent thinketh and is lik to loose in debts due by bond thirty pounds in all amounting to the sum of fovr score pounds
Richard Warrin his marke
Jur 7to Jan: 1641.
John Sterne
Roger Puttocke

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4Richard Warrin
Com Ardmagh
Jur 7o Jan: 1641
Intr hand


Deponent Fullname: Richard Warrin, Richard Warrin
Deponent Gender: Male, Male
Deponent Occupation: Yeoman, Yeoman
Deponent County of Residence: Armagh, Armagh
Mentioned Non-Deponent Fullnames: Nicholas Elcock, John Elcock, Manus o Kane, Brian o kellie, Art o neale, patrick o Mallan, Donell o kelly, patrick o kellie, Patrick mc Camwell, Owen o quin, [ ]mon mc kahee, patrick mc kevor, ffelime mc kan, phelomee o Neal, Turlagh o ne{al}, Coronell plunket, patrick o Connolan, William Warrin, Tho: Cattle
Mentioned Non-Deponent Roles: Landlord, Landlord, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Rebel, Mentioned, Victim, Victim