Deposition of Arthure Thomas
- Reference: MS 821, fols 123r-123v
- County: Tipperary
- Date: 16/12/1642
- Type: Bisse
- Nature of Deposition: Robbery, Words
- How to Cite
Arthure Thomas late of Ruockineneny in the parish of Kilmashilly and barony of Duharra and within <in> the County of Tipperary Weauer (a brittish protestant) duly sworne and examined before us by vertue of exc deposeth That about the first of december in Anno 1641 he lost was robbed and forceably dispoyled of his goods and Chattles to the seuerall values following vizt value of 156 li.
Of Cowes, and Calues to the value of nyne and thirty pounds tenn shillings. Of houshould stuffe and prouition to the value of fifty pounds. O f Bookes to the value of five pounds. Of hay to the value of fourty shillings, he likewise saith that by meanes of this present rebellion he hath lost the benifitt of his farme of the land of Knockanen y wherin he had a tearme of twenty yeares to come worth three pounds a yeare aboue the Landlords rent wherin he conceaues himselfe damnified the sume of fifty pounds The totall of his losses amounts to one hundred & fifty six pounds. he further saith that his said goods & Chatles were taken away by KCnogher o Bryan of Knockaniny afforsaid gentleman. Donnough o Phillipps of Partnacreeny in the said County gentleman. he further saith And that Donough o Pillipps afforsaid said in this deponents heering saith, that they had under the Kings hand to strippe the English of theire goods the deponent further saith that he asked the said Donnoh o Phillipps what the reason was that they did not as well kill them as take away theire goods whoe answerd him that they had noe Commission for the same as yett.
and further he deposeth not.
Jurat coram nobis
16o decembri 1642