Deposition of William Cleburne
- Reference: MS 810, fols 228r-228v
- County: Kildare
- Date: 9/5/1643
- Type: Dublin Original
- Nature of Deposition: Robbery, Loss by debts
William Cleburne Deane of Kildare, sworne and examined saith That since the begining of the present Rebellion, and by meanes thereof: This Deponent was deprived robbed or otherwise dispojled of his Churc the possession and proffits of his Church Liveings: and of his Cattle horses mares due debts & other his goodes & Chattells of the value and to his present Losse of nyne hundred seventie seven powndes fowre shillings vj d. And is Like to be deprived of and Loose the future proffitts of his Liveings & Church meanes (worth One hundreth fowrscore and six powndes) per annum vntill a peace bee established And further saith That the parties that were & are soe indebted vnto him this Deponent and that now are or lately were actors and Rebells in the present Rebellion are theis that follow vizt Edward Wootton of Rowston in the <A> County of Lowth gent MrClinton of Drumcashell in the same County gent: Patrick Dawe and his seacond sonn both of Braghanstowne in the same County yeoman gentl eman and Oliver Ewstace of Mullicash in the County of Kildare gentleman: & James fflattesberry of Drynanstowne in the County of Kildare Esquire
<Mr W: Mr Ad: & Mr. Br>
Jur 9o May 1642
270 Cert fact
Mr William Cleburne Jur
Jur 9o Maij 1643
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