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Pat Purcell Papers


Registered as a Person entitled to Vote 1846

Source: Michael Purcell c.2012

Transcribed by M. Purcell c2012/2013


Names: Fishbourne, McDowell & Butler.

Pat Purcell Papers.

6 Documents.

1846.

To the Clerk of the Peace for County of Carlow.

SIR - TAKE NOTICE, that it is my intention to apply to be Registered as a Person entitled to Vote at Election of a Member or Members to serve in Parliament for the COUNTY OF CARLOW, and the particulars of my Claim are as follows:

Joseph Fishbourne of Hermitage, in the County of Carlow,[In what right Claiming] Householder, Offices and Counting House situate at Dublin Street, Carlow 10.
[Yearly Value to be Registered] 10.
(signed) Joseph Fishbourne, 1st March 1846.

SAME FOR:

William Fishbourne, Senior, of Tullow Street, Carlow [In what right Claiming]
 In right of being a resident Burgess of the Borough of Carlow.
(signed) William Fishbourne,
1st March 1846.

SAME FOR:

William Fishbourne, Junior, of Font Hill, Carlow [In what right Claiming]
In right of being a resident Burgess of the Borough of Carlow.
(signed) William Fishbourne,
1st March 1846.

SAME FOR:

Robert McDowell of Carlow Gaol, Governor of said Gaol, Owns a Dwelling house at Hanover.
(signed) Robert McDowell,
1st March 1846.
10.

SAME FOR:

Thomas Crawford Butler of Rose Ville, Carlow, Solictor.
(signed) Thomas Crawford Butler,
1st March 1846.
10.

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Names: Hunter, Weymouth, Murphy & Tuckey.

Pat Purcell Papers.

1846.

THE EXAMINATION of Thomas Hunter, a private in the 19th Regiment of the

Parish of Carlow Barony of Carlow County of Carlow who being duly sworn on the Holy Evangelists, deposeth and saith, that on the night of the 16th day of February or morning of the 17th a plaid Gown, black Apron, a cotton Shirt and a pair of white Stockings value eight shillings all my property except the Stockings belonging to Ellen Weymouth was feloniously stolen off lines in the Barrack Yard at Carlow, I suspect the said Articles or some of them are now in the House or Premises of Patrick Murphy of Burrin Street, Carlow.

(signed) Thomas Hunter.

Sworn before me at Carlow July 17th 1846. (signed) C.H.Tuckey, Resident Magistrate.


Surnames: Cummins, Byrne, Irvine & Westly.

Pat Purcell Papers.

1846.

By William Jones Westly, Esquire, one of Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for Carlow.

THE INFORMATION of Laurence Cummins of Raheen, Parish of Clonmore, Barony

of Rathvilly and County of Carlow who being duly sworn on the Holy Evangelists, deposeth and saith, that on the 26th day of March 1846 as Laurence Cummins was on his way to Tinahealy he went into the forge of James Byrne, Blacksmith, on the lands of Ballyduff in aforesaid parish Barony and County.

And after giving some directions concerning some work to James Byrne, he went to the forge fire to light his pipe and while in the Act of lighting his pipe he was struck most violently with an Trace pinchers by Patrick Cummins of Ballyduff, Carlow who did there and then inflict a most dangerous wound on Laurence Cummins with the Trace pinchers which put him in danger of death and which caused him to be under the care of Doctor Irvine ? of Tullow from the 26th day of March to the present day.

(signed) Laurence Cummins.
Sworn before me this 27th day of June 1846.
(signed) William Jones Westly
~ Magistrate for Carlow ~.

Pat Purcell Papers.

Names: Nowlan & Lecky

1846.

By John James Lecky, Esquire, one of Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace in and for Carlow ~

The Informations of Maurice Nowlan, Farmer, of Killane, Parish of Kellistown, Barony of Forth and County of Carlow who being duly Sworn on the Holy Evangelist, deposeth and Saith THAT ~

One Ewe Sheep value for about 15 shillings the property of Maurice Nowlan was stolen from off his lands at Killane by some person or persons unknown, between the evening of the 26th and morning of the 28th December 1846 ~

(signed) Maurice Nowlan.

Sworn before me at Ballykealy this 4th day of January 1847.

(signed) John James Lecky.

Transcribed by M. Purcell c2012/2013

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