County of Carlow.
The examinations of Mary Jackson
of Lisnava in said County Wife of John Jackson.
Said Mary Jackson being examined and duly
sworn upon the holy Evangelists saith that on Sunday the
Eleventh Day of May Eighteen hundred she went with a Quarter
of Veal before Sunset to the House of Philip Germaine of
said Lisnava a farmer and saw there a man and woman decently
dressed whom she does not know further saith that next Day
she heard from several people in the Town of Tullow that a
party of Rebels had been on said Sunday the 11th of May at
the House of said Philip Germaine and further saith not.
Mary X Jackson
Sworn before me this Eighteen Day of May
Eighteen hundred and said Mary Jackson bound in ten pounds
to his Majesty to prosecute said Philip Germaine at next
assizes to be held for the County of Carlow.
The above named Mary Jackson maketh Oath that she
usually resides at Lisnavah in the townland of Lisnavah in
the parish of Rathvilly.
Sworn before me this first Day of August 1800.
Whitty. Hen. Bunbury.
Transcribed by: Michael Purcell
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