Deposition of Lawrence Whitmore
- Reference: MS 836, fols 012r-012v
- County: Armagh
- Date: 4/1/1642
- Type: Dublin Original
- Nature of Deposition: Robbery
Larrence Whitmore of Balliknocke in the parrish of Kilmor within the County of Armagh a Brittish Protestant being duly sworne deposeth, that on that 26 25th of October last he was robd, and lost in Corne 6 Barls of Oats worth 30 s ., 6 dayworths of hay worth 40 s. 4 milc h Cowes worth 12 li. 3 young beasts, 1 mare worth 3 li. 10 s. In Butter and cheese to the value of 2 li. sterl. In Clothes (wollen & linnen) 10 li. & deprived of lands In lease worth 7 li. 10 s. per annum for 14 yeares to come & of another lands in lease worth 6 li., In household goods 4 li. by the meanes or by the hands of Edmond Coghee alias Captaine <a> Hanlan now of Touneragee and Owen mc Murphey of Balliknock in the parish of Killmore who sent their agents to doe theise outrages
Theise things the affo resaid party is ready to deposeth vpon his oath etc.
Sworne before us this 4th of January 1641
He is a souldier of Capt. Boultons Corp
This must be written according as it is ingrossed
Lawrence whitmore Com
Armaghe 4o Jan 1641
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