Deposition of Ellen Rogers
- Reference: MS 835, fols 159r-159v
- County: Fermanagh
- Date: 5/1/1642
- Type: Dublin Original
- Nature of Deposition: Robbery, Stripping, Words
- How to Cite
Ellen Rogers wife to Edward Rogers of Latrim in the parish of Drummully halfe Barrony of Coole and County of ffermanagh a souldier that went downe to Drougheda in his majesties service vnder the commaund of Captaine Rory Magwire Edward Aldrich, shee being of the Age of thirty Eight yeares or thereabouts & duely sworne deposeth that her said husband lost was Robed and lost in goods Cattle worth ffowerscore and Eighteene pounds, in Corne worth tenn pounds in hay worth ffower pounds, one lease of the tate of land caled Latrim for parte of the Mannor of Castle Brinsley alias Castlecoole for twenty twenty six years from May next att & vnder the Annuall or yearely rent of ffive pounds ffowerteene shilings worth threescore pounds, in household goods & provition in the house & husbandry geare worth ffifty pounds In debts dewe ffower and ready mony ffowerscore pounds in all amounting to the some of three hundreth and two pounds By Captaine Rorye <a> Magwire of hassett towne in the Barrony of lurge & County aforesaid & other Irish Rebells of his Company the five & twentieth day of October last in the day tyme. And further deposeth that shee this deponent & her said husband was the same day Stript naked by the said Rebells who said they wold drive the English to Dublin & then into the Sea. And further said that they had the kings broad seale for what they did.
deposed before vs Jan. 5o. 1641.
Jan: 5o 1641