Recognizance to Prosecute 1828.
Joseph Malone maketh oath that he usually
resides at Rathmore in the Parishof Rathvilly in the County of
- (signed) Joseph Malone,
- Sworn before me
at Tullow Petty Sessions this 3rd Day of May 1828.
- (signed) James Eustace. John Leonard.
Surname: Hopkins, Bunbury, Graves &
Pat Purcell Papers.
I Abraham Hopkins of Ballybit,Carlow, Farmer,
do swear on the Holy Evangelists that I have planted or caused to be
planted within twelve Calender months, last past, on the lands of
Ballybit in the Parish of Rathvilly, Barony of Rathvilly, and County
of Carlow, lands held by me from Thomas Bunbury, Esquire, the
undermentioned Trees, Viz.~~
100 Elm Quicks.
||10 Portugal Laurels.
||10 American Black Spruce.
50 Ash Plants.
20 Sweet Chestnut.
||10 Dutch Alder.
10 Spurge Laurels.
||10 Aspalia Apple.
10 English Elms.
||10 Timber Sallow.
10 Horse Chestnut.
10 Balm of Gitead.
||10 Pear Trees.
Deponent further saith, that he hath caused
a notice in writing to be served on Hugh Graves, Esquire, of the
City of Dublin who is Agent or the Receiver of the Rents for the
aforesaid Thomas Bunbury, Esquire under whom Deponent holds said
Lands, of my intention to register said trees to be advertised in
Saunders's News Letter thirty days at the least previous to the date
hereoff (signed) Abraham Hopkins.
Sworn before me this 16th day of February
1828 at Carlow.
(signed) Adam B.Feltus.
- Document provided and
transcribed by kind permission of
Michael Purcell - Feb 2008/2012