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Pat Purcell Papers

Trouble at Lisnavagh 1826

Source:  Mr Michael Purcell


Trouble at Lisnavagh 1826.

From Pat Purcell Papers.

1826.

I Michael Forans of Lisnavagh, Servant,  in the Parish of Rathvilly, Barony of Rathvilly, Carlow do acknowledge myself to be in Debt to our Sovereign Lord the King in the sum of 10 Sterling and Swear that my occupation and place of residence are above Truly Described. (signed) Michael, his X mark, Forens.

I John Sewell, of Rathvilly, Blacksmith,  do Swear that I am a Householder and have a house at Rathvilly on the road to Lisnavagh.

I James Ugan, of Lisnavagh, Mason, do Swear that I am worth 10 Sterling and reside at a place of residence at Lisnavagh.

Michael Forans to answer charges in open Court at Tullow made against him by Elizabeth Morehouse of Lisnavagh, Dairy maid.

Taken before me this 3rd Day of May 1826.
(signed) J. Whitty.

Name: Clowry, Date & Nowlan 1826

 

From Pat Purcell Papers.

1826.

Thomas Date maketh Oath and Saith he usually resides at Knockenane in the Parish of Fennagh, Carlow and that he supports himself by Farming to prosecute Charles Nowlan for riot and assault.

(signed) Thomas Date.

Sworn before me this 11th day of November 1826,

(signed) Robert Cornwall.

 

New wording for Recognizances 1826

 

Thomas Date acknowledges himself to be indebted to his Majesty King George the fourth his heirs and successors in the sum of Ten pounds Sterling lawful money of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland to be paid to his said Majesty his heirs and successors should Thomas Date fail to appear in his proper person to prosecute Charles Nowlan in open court at Carlow. 1826.


Names: Clowry, Date & Nowlan 1826

From Pat Purcell Papers.

1826.

Thomas Date maketh Oath and Saith he usually resides at Knockenane in the Parish of Fennagh, Carlow and that he supports himself by Farming to prosecute Charles Nowlan for riot and assault.

(signed) Thomas Date.
Sworn before me this 11th day of November 1826,
(signed) Robert Cornwall.

Names: Malone & Breen 1826

From Pat Purcell Papers.

Inquisition on the body of Mary Breen of Ballymurphy, 20th August 1826.

Mary Malone Saith that the deceased Mary Breen came to her father's house in the dead of night with a jar with Liquor therein on the 14th August, she heard an altercation between the deceased and her husband she came into her father's house and slept there for some time.

Patrick Malone of Ballyeran Sworn that on or about a fortnight back he found Mary Breen intoxicated and lying in the street at Ballymurphy, that he with assistance carried deceased in and laid her in her bed with her husband.

Doctor Lebate [ ? ] Sworn that he examined the body of the deceased Mary Breen that some bruises appeared on the lips and gums [ ? ] from one of the teeth being knocked in and that these were not sufficient to cause her death.

The Jury are unanimously of the opinion that the deceased came by her death from intoxication.

(signed) Sigmond Colclough
Transcribed by M. Purcell c2012
Document provided by kind permission of Michael Purcell