Names: Norton & Hesibrige.
Pat Purcell Papers.
11th April 1786.
The Jurors for our Lord the King upon
their Oath say and present that Patrick Norton of Carlow
Town, Yeoman, on the 20th day of August in the 25th year of
the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third by the
Grace of God of Great Britain, France and Ireland King,
Defender of the Faith and soforth with force and Arms that
is to say with Swords Sticks and so forth at Carlow in the
County of Carlow One Silver Medal of the value of four
Shillings and sixpence Sterling, One Silver Dollar and One
Silver Quarter Dollar of the value of five shillings
Sterling and Six Shillings and six pence Sterling in money
Numbered ~~ of the Goods Money and Chattles of Sarah
Hesibrige then and there being found did then and there the
same Goods and Chattles feloniously take and carry away
Contrary to the peace or our said Lord the King, his Crown
a True Bill
(signed) H. B [
? ] for
Self and Fellows.
Source: Michael Purcell c.2011
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