Thomas Dobbs late of Gortnelane in the parish of Kilnescully barony of Owiny=mul reane and within the in the County of Tipperary Collyer (a brittish protestant) duely sworne & examined before vs by vertue of &c. deposeth & saith That on or aboute the first of December & since the begining of this presente rebellion in Ireland he lost was robbed and forceably dispoiled of his goods and Chattles to the seuerall values followeing vizt value of 73 li.-12 s.
Of Cowes heiffers yeerlinges mares coults & one sowe to the value of forty three pounds eight shillinges & foure pence. Of houshould goods [ ] to the value of fifteen e eighteen e pounds. Of hay to the value of forty shillinges. The deponent saith that be meanes of this Rebellion he was dispossessed of the lands of Gortnelane aforesaid wherin he hath a lease of three yeeres to come woorth forty shillings a yeere aboue the rent haueing buylt vpon the same besides a fine payed before ha n d in this lease he conceaues himself damnified six pounds. Of debts amounting to the sume of fiue pounds foure pounds foure shillings due from John James William Brock John Thomas protestants vtterly dissenabled by meanes of this rebellion therefore this deponent canot gett satisfaction from them. The totall of his losses amounts to three score & thirteene pounds twelue shillings The deponent And saith that aboute the time aboue specified Therlagh oge o Bryen of Belline in the said County gentleman Doctor sous a masspriest of Temple Callagh in the said County Kennedy mc Cnoghor of ffaghar in the said County gentleman Teige mc Kennedy & Phillipp Grace of Tyowen in the said County Gentleman of Kilmastellooe in the said County gentleman, came with force & armes vpon this deponents land with the number of three two hundred armed men & there hence droue away all this deponents said Cattle, the said Therlagh o Brien tooke away eighteene of this deponents said Cattle. Kennedy mc Ruoghor aforesaid this deponents said mares & coults, & the said Teige mc Kennedy tooke away