Deposition of Jathnell Mawe
- Reference: MS 835, fols 138r-138v
- County: Fermanagh
- Date: 3/1/1642
- Type: Dublin Original
- Nature of Deposition: Robbery, Stripping, Words
- How to Cite
Tertio die Januarij 1641
Jathnell Mawe of fferrigrinn in the parish of Drummully Barrony of Clankelly & County of ffermanagh gent (an English Protestant) Aged fforty fower yeares or thereabouts being duely sworne deposeth that he was Robed & lost in Cattle worth ffowerscore & six pounds in Corne worth Seaventeene pounds in household goods & provition within the house thirty pounds in hay worth ffower pounds, in dewe debts three pounds tenn shilings in ready monyes Nyne pounds sixteene shilings his lease of fferrigrinn being parte of the proporcion of Mannor heygate worth tenn pounds in all amounting to the some of One hundreth & threescore pounds & <a> six shilings, By the meanes of Captaine Rorye Magwire of hassett towne in the Barrony of Lurge & County aforesaid Richard Newgent Esquire father in law to the said lord Magwire, Hugh mcCahall of Drumballagh in the said County yeoman & diuerse other Irish Rebells assembled in Armes with the said Captain Rorye the three & twentieth day of October last past in the day tyme And that he his wife and five Children were all Stript out of there Cloathes by the said Rebells. And further deposeth that he heard some of the said Rebellious Irish Company say that there shold not be one English Man woman or Child left within this kingdome, And that they had the kings broad seale for what they did.
deposed before vs Jan. 3. 1641.
he purposeth to leave in England his wife & five children
with his friends, & thence to returne into this Kingdom.
Jan. 3. 1641.
Hand Int w