Swithin Walton late of Ballytemple in the parish of Ballytemple within in the County of Tipperary (a brittish protestant) beinge duely sworne & examined before vs by vertue of his Maiesties Comission beareing date the 5th of March last touching the losses & suffrings of his loyall subiects protestants within the province of Munster deposeth & saith. That vpon the day of Candlemas last or therabouts he was robbed & forceably dispoiled of his goods Chattles and debts to the values followeing vizt value of 189 li.-10 s.
Of his Cattle at Balletemple aforesaid [ ] at Ballytemple in the County of Cork & Tipperary the value of one hundred pounds Of his sheepe & one horse to the value of threescore & four pounds. Of his enterest in a farme of D r umbatch woorth at the begining of this rebellion twenty pounds Of Corne in the haggard to the value of fiftie shillings. He further deposed that there are seuerall persons before this rebellion duely indebted vnto this deponent one Richard Stoke late of Denniskeah in the County of Tipperary yeoman Robert spencer of Dunbarry in the Countie of Cork yeoman & Jenquin Smith late of Clonolla in the said County of Tipperary yeoman in the summe of fiue pounds & although he accounted the same to be goode debte before this rebellion, yeett because the said parties are dissenabled in their estate by meanes of this rebellion he conceaves that he is not likly to gett satisfaction from them The totall of his losses amounts to one hundred fourescore & nyne pounds ten shillings He lastly deposeth and saith that he was robbed of his said goods aboute the time aforesaid And that by <stet> the meanes of Garrett Barry of Lisgriffin in the said County gentleman (a reputed captaine of the rebells as the deponent credibly <stet> heard reported & diuers others whose names he knoweth not And further he cannot depose
Jurat coram nobis
3o Maij 1642
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