Information of Nicholas Eustace
- Reference: MS 813, fols 075r-075v
- County: Kildare
- Date: 5/7/1642
- Type: Examination
- Nature of Deposition: Military Action, Words
The examinacion of Nicholas Eustace of Clongowes wood taken the day and yeare aforesaid
<q> Who saieth that being a poore boy about a fortnight agone he went to seeke some seruice or bei get some releife at the Castle of
Clongowes wood because if he should come to Dublin he saith that heard say he should be hanged by the way, he saieth that there were nine muskets in the Castle & foure firelocks, and that the men that the men that did discharge and use them were Thomas fitzgerald, Richard Greames, Tho George Barnewall Roger Barnewall but, who were the rest he knoweth not, and further saieth not,
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