Deposition of William Barcroft
- Reference: MS 818, fols 050r-050v
- County: Wexford
- Date: 25/1/1642
- Type: Dublin Original
- Nature of Deposition: Robbery
William Barcroft of Tomshellough in the Parish of Kiltemyll in the Countie of Wexford gent : beinge duely sworne Sayeth That hee this deponent in the moneth of November last was robbed and dispoyled of his goods and meanes of livelyhood by the Rebells of Ireland vizt one his ffarme of Tomshellough conteyninge 165 acres wherein hee had the terme of 24. yeares worth --- 100 li. Cattle worth 209 li. Corne and hey worth --- 40 li. winter provision worth --- 20 li. housholdstuffe worth 30 li. wooll yarne and Cloth being his stocke in his Trade worth 40 li. in all amountinge to the summe of 439 li. or thereabouts By or by the meanes of theis Rebells vizt Alexander Redmond of in the Countie of wexford a <A> Captaine of the Rebells whoe robbed this deponent of his Cattle and Luke Toole of and Luke Borne of both in the Countie of wickloe whoe were cheife amongest the Rebells that robbed this deponent of the rest of his estate.
Jur 25o Jan: 1641
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Jur: 26 Jan 1641
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