Deposition of Mary Phillipps
- Reference: MS 829, fols 234r-234v
- County: Limerick
- Date: 16/2/1643
- Type: Bisse
- Nature of Deposition: Robbery
Mary Phillips late of Bally Iconnowe in the parish of Monagh Agae in the barony of Connelloe and within the County of lymerick widdowe (a brittish protestant) duely sworne and examined before vs by vertue of a Comission vnder the broade seale of this kingdome (beareing date the 5th day of March 1641) concerneing the robberies and spoiles since this rebellion comitted vpon the English and protestants within the province of Munster &c in the County of Limrick deposeth and saith That vpon the second day of ffebruary 1641 & since the deponent lost was robbed and forceably dispoiled of her goods Chattles to the seuerall values followeing vzt worth 200 li. 10 s. Of cowes and horses to the value of nyne and fortie pounds ten shillinges Of houshould stuffe to the value of Twelue pounds Of corne in stack & in the house to the value of fifteene pounds she likewise saith that she was expelled and driuen away from her farme & house where she left in corne in ground lost by meanes of this rebellion to the value of foure and Twenty pounds she is likewise dispossessed of a copy hould of the lands of Bally I conowe aforesaid to her losse & damadge of one hundred pounds The totall of her losses amounts to Two hundred pounds ten shillings & further she deposeth not
Jurat coram nobis 16o ffebr 1642
of Mary Phillipps
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