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Carlow County - Ireland Genealogical Projects (IGP TM)


Pat Purcell Papers

County Carlow 1811

Source: M. Purcell c.2011/12/13. from Old newspapers in the PPP.


John Olehan

From PPP.

23rd day of March 1811

John Olehan maketh Oath that he usually resides at Kilcoltrim in the parish of Kiltennel in the Barony of Idrone East and County of Carlow and will appear in his proper person in open Court to prosecute John Stapleton of Ballinaslogue in Carlow for assault.

(signed) being first truly read to John Olehan ~
John, his X mark, Olehan.
Taken and Acknowledged this 23rd day of March 1811,
(signed) Walter Kavanagh.

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Source: M. Purcell c.2011/12/13. from Old newspapers in the PPP.


Name's: Clowry & Nowlan

From Pat Purcell Papers.

1811.

Paul Butler, Esquire, one of his Majesties Justices of the peace for Carlow.

The Information of Bridget Kearavan of Kilkea in the County of Carlow who being Sworn on the Holy Evangelists Say that on Thursday the 19th day of September last  Bridget being then and for some time previous thereto employed by Anne Clowry of Kilkea, Carlow was on the lands of Ballykealy, Carlow on her Mistress's Business was assaulted and Struck with a pitchfork without any provocation by Easter Nowlan of Kilkea, Carlow and that on Saturday following being the 21st Sept. she was waylayed on the land of Drunaugh between Ballykealy and Kilkea by Mary Murphy, Sister to Easter Nowlan, who then and there most violently assaulted and beat her [page torn].

She was obliged [ page torn ] Some time in consequence of such treatment.
(signed) begin first truly read to Bridget by Paul Butler. - Bridget, her X mark, Keareavan.
Sworn before me this 1st day of October 1811.

Name's: Doyle, Troy, Coogan & Earl of Bessborough.

From Pat Purcell Papers.

1811

The Examination of Maurice Doyle of Rathnageran, Carlow, Labourer, taken before John Cornwall, Esquire, one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace for Carlow. Examinant being duly sworn and examined, deposeth and sayth that he being authorised by Mr Paul Troy of Rathnageran aforesaid, who is appointed by the Earl of Bessborough to take care of the Turbary Game on his Estate in Carlow, while attending to the Orders of Paul Troy on Monday the 29th day of January last he met with James Coogan of Knockindrane bringing Turf off the lands of Knockindrane when he (Maurice Doyle) produced his Authority and seized on the Horse and Car bearing the said Turf, in order to hinder him from taking the Turf off his Lordship's Estate, -- when and where the said Denis Coogan did forcibly rescue the same from the Custody of Maurice Doyle, altho' he showed Coogan his Authority for so detaining the Turf, and told him what the consequence of such resistance to the Laws would be ~~~

and further sayith not,
(signed) Maurice, his X mark, Doyle,
being first truly read to Maurice Doyle.
Taken and Sworn before me this 1st day of February 1811. John Cornwall.
Maurice Doyle bound in the sum of 10 to prosecute at the next General Sessions of the Peace.

From Pat Purcell Papers.

Richard Barber

1811

Richard Barber maketh oath that he usually resides at Bagenalstown in the Townland of Moneybeg, Parish of Dunleckney, Barony of Idrone East, County of Carlow.
(signed) Richard Barber.
Sworn before me Reverend James McGrath 24th August 1811.

Name's: Darcy & Moore.

Pat Purcell Papers.

1811

The Information of James Darcy of Rutland, Farmer, taken before Charles Burton one of His Majestys Justices of the Peace for Carlow Who being duly Sworn on the Holy Evangelists and Examined saith that on Thursday the thirtyeth day of May last he went with a friend into the House of Andrew Moore of the Town of Carlow, Publican, to take part of a pot of beer - when and where he was unjustly insulted and abused by Margaret Moore, wife of Andrew Moore - who Immediately threw a jugg of hot Water into his face by which he was much Injuried and that he was so offended without Just Cause or Provocation ~~
(signed) James, his X mark, Darcy.
 this Information having being first read over to him.
Sworn before me this 11th day of June 1811.
(signed) Charles Burton.

Name's: Gurly, Many (Mahony?), Grace, (otherwise known as Shannon or Helanasshy) & Smyth

1811, Normal day!

[Note added 2012. Daphne Many may be Mahony. Thomas Gurly is ancestor of George Bernard Shaw, the Examination in Gurly's own hand has several misspellings (unusual for a Justice of the Peace) the writing is difficult to decipher.]

Pat Purcell Papers.

1811.

By Thomas Gurly, Esquire, one of his Majestys Justices of the Peace for Carlow.

The Examination of Daphne Many wife to Edward Many of Castle Hill, Carlow, Land Survieyar,  who came before me this day and made oath on The Holy Evangelists on the 5th day of October that she, the said Daphne Many was upon her Lawfull occapaton returning from buying bread from a Baker when she was most furuously attacked by S..... [ ? ] Grace otherwise Shannon otherwise Helanasshy and after many Egregious Expressions assaulted the said Daphne Many by Throwing a half full Chamber Piss Pott in her face and at the same time told Louis Smyth of the Carlow Ca... who Interferd that she would Smear him in the same manner which obliges Daphne Many to Crave Justice and further sayth not~~

(signed) Daphne, her X mark, Many,
Truly read to Daphne Many before signing by me Thomas Gurly.
Sworn before me this 5th day of October 1811.
(signed) Thomas Gurly.

Name's: Brodrick, FitzGerald, Connolly & Browne.

Pat Purcell Papers.

1811.

The Information of John Brodrick of the Town of Carlow, Tailor taken before William Browne, of Browne's Hill, Esquire, one of His Majestys Justices of the Peace for Carlow.

Informant John Brodrick who being duly Sworn on the Holy Evangelists and Examined Saith that on Monday the Eleventh day of November 1811 as Informant was at the Auction at the House of Thomas FitzGerald in Tullow Street he was most grossly Insulted and abused in the Presence of a Concourse of Persons then Present by Michael Connolly of the Town of Carlow ~ Shop Keeper ~ who without Just Cause or Offence gave Informant a blow of his fist on the face and said at the time -- take that you Drunken rascal ~, and at the Same time Clinched his fist at Informant with intent to ill treat him further and Would have done so if Informant had not left the Auction room ~

(signed) John Brodrick.

Sworn before me this 12th day of November 1811.

(signed) William Browne.


Name's: Darcy, Rafter & Dillon.

Pat Purcell Papers.
1811.

Recognizance.

John Darcy of Garryhill, Carlow, Tailor, acknowledged to be Indebted to our Sovereign Lord the King in the Sum of 10.

Richard Darcy of Rathnegeera, Carlow acknowledged to be Indebted to our Sovereign Lord the King in the Sum of 5.

Oliver Rafter of Garryhill, Carlow acknowledged to be Indebted to our Sovereign Lord the King in the Sum of 5.

The condition of the above is that the above bound John Darcy shall attend at the next General Sessions to be held at Carlow and answer such things as may then be alleged against him by Maurice Geehan, his Wife and Daughter then this recognizance to be Void and of no Effect otherwise to remain in full force and Virtue in Law.

Taken and Sworn before me this 6th day of March 1811.
(signed) Frances Dillon.

 John Darcy maketh Oath that he usually resides at Garryhill, Parish of Dunleckney, Barony of Idrone East in said County.

(signed) John Darcy.

 Richard Darcy maketh Oath that he is an Householder and usually resides in Rathnegeera, Parish of Fenagh and Barony of Idrone East in said County andthat he is worth ?10 over and above his just Debts.

(signed) Richard Darcy.

 Oliver Rafter maketh Oath that he is an Householder and usually resides in Garryhill, Parish of Dunleckney and Barony of Idrone East in said County and that he is worth 10 over and above his just Debts.

(signed) Oliver Rafter.
Sworn before me this 6th day of March 1811 ~
(signed) Frances Dillon.

1811, Lenon, Taylor & Nowlan.

Pat Purcell Papers. Transcribed by Selina Lawlor.

1811.

To Keep the Peace.

Barnaby Lenon maketh Oath he usually resides in Ballyhubbuck in the Townland of Ballyhubbuck in the Parish of Dunleckney in the Barone of Idrone East in the County of Carlow. (signed) Barnaby Lenon.

Richard Taylor and John Nowlan maketh Oath that they are householders and actually reside in Ballyhubbuck and that they are worth the sum of 5 pounds sterling over and above just debts.

(signed) Richael Taylor,

 (signed) John, his X mark, Nowlan.

That is to say - Barnaby Lenon bonded to keep the Peace in the sum of 10.

Richard Taylor 5. John Nowlan 5.

Be it remembered the above named Respectively acknowledged themselves indebted unto our Sovereign Lord King George the third.

Sworn before me this 22nd day of July 1811 .

(signed) John ..?


Transcribed by Michael Purcell & Friend of Carlow 2012/13
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