Deposition of Thomas Sanders
- Reference: MS 835, fols 160r-160v
- County: Fermanagh
- Date: 7/1/1642
- Type: Dublin Original
- Nature of Deposition: Robbery, Stripping, Words
Thomas Sanders of Dromebrochus in the parrish of Clenally in the barony of in the county of ffarmannah a British protestant being duly sworne deposeth
That about the 25th of October last past 1641 at the place aforesaid the said deponent was robd by the natiues of the Kingdome
In corne & hey to the value of ten pounds
In cattell cowes & hoggs fourty pounds
In housholdstuffeten pounds
In a lease of lands being built twenty & ten
on & ditched to the valuepounds
So in all robd to the value In all90 li.
And this robbery was done by Morrish <a> o Cassydy of the said place & Patrick Groome & Edmund o Printy & Neale o Printy Remon Oge maccamly & Owen Boy of the same parrish & there families who also stript the said deponent his wife & 5 children of ther apparell exposing them to be starued by the cold & the said Remon Oge threatned to Kill the said deponents wife, & he also speake these traiterous words that they did those things by the Kings authority who gaue them power not onely to take away ther wealth but also to to Kill them & the aboue named Rebells did also rob & take from the said deponent 25 cowes of the good s of ffrancis Shilleard of the said parrish which were left in the deponents hand worth50 li. & the aboue named etc.
Jura. 7. Januarij 1641.
Tho: Sanders Com Ffermangh
Jurat 7o Jan: 1641