Deposition of John Goble
- Reference: MS 829, fols 149r-149v
- County: Limerick
- Date: 27/2/1643
- Type: Bisse
- Nature of Deposition: Apostacy, Robbery, Lost by debts
John Goble late of the citye of Limerike Brasier a brittish protestant duely sworne & examined before vs by vertue of a Comision etc deposeth and sayth that since the begineinge of this rebellion he lost was robbed and forceably dispoiled of his goods & Chattles to the seuerall values followeinge vzt
Of horses to the value of tenn pounds Of houshould stuff to the value of six pounds tenn shillings Of Pewtar and brass to the value of thirtyne pounds foure shill Of debts amounting to the summe of seaven pound eight shillings and fiue pence which ere this rebellion were estemed good debts but now becom deperatt by reasone the debtors are impouerished protestants Richard Ilye of the Cullen in the com of Limericke merchant John Widders of Limericke Ledd e r Lether dresor George Gouldsmith of Limerick pewterer the totall of his loses amounts & therefore this deponent cannot gett any satisfaction from any of them, the totall of his loses amounts to the summe of thirtye eight pound and seaven pence and further he sayth that Ralfe [
Jurat coram nob: 27o ffebe
Phil: Bisse Tho: Bettesworth
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