Deposition of Dame Charity Dodswoorth, John Waterton and Ingram Stones ex parte Sir Edward Dodswoorth
- Reference: MS 821, fols 130r-131v
- County: Tipperary
- Date: 26/5/1642
- Type: Bisse
- Nature of Deposition: Robbery, Supporting Statement
- How to Cite
Dame Charity Dodswoorth late of Monymore in the parish of Garly & barony of Clanwilliams within in the County of Tipperary (a brittish protestant) in the behalfe of her in the behalfe of her he r husband husband &c Sir Edward Dodswoorth knight nowe absent in England vpon his Maiesties service) she deposeth & saith That That on or aboute saint Andrewes=tyde last the said Sir Edward Dodsworth was robbed & forceably dispoiled of his goods Chattles & debts to the seuerall values followeing vizt value of 2518 li.
Of the said Sir Edwards Cattle at Monmore aforesaid to the value of three hundred thirty seaven pounds ten shillins sterling. Of his horses mares & sheepe to the value of two hundred & six pounds sterling. Of hay to the value of three score pounds sterling. Of houshould stuffe & winter prouision to the value of one hundred three score, & fiue pounds. she further saith that shee was dispossessed of the farme of Munmore aforesaid to the by meanes of this rebellion woorth comunibus annis aboue the rent one hundred & ten pounds per annum haueing a lease therin of ten yeeres to come woorth fiue hundred & fiftie pounds sterling. Of debts which the said Sir Edward Dodswoorth accounted to be goode debt before this rebellion amounting to the sume of twelue hundred pounds sterling & in regard the debtors vizt Alderman Watson of Dublin, his son alderman Phillipp Watson of the same Jeremy Spicy are Impouerished protestants by reason of this rebellion & ffrances Warrick a dissenabled papist & one lewis a merchant of Kilmallock in the County of Limericke both nowe in actuall rebellion, therefore the deponent saith that the said Sir Edward Dodswoorth doth expecte veryly conceaues to receave noe sati sfaction
from them. The totall of the said Sir Edwards losses amounts to two thousand fiue hundred & eighteene pounds sterling. And that by meanes of the rebells in those parts whose names she knoweth not & further she canot depose/ John Waterthon gentleman & Ingram Stones servant to the said Sir Edward came before vs this day & deposed the contents of this bill to be true in all particulars.
Jur at coram n
26o Maij 1642
(the folionumber 131 has been omitted)
The Examinacion of the Lady
Charity Dodsworth with others
in the behalfe of Sir
Edw: Dodsworth Knight.