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Pat Purcell Papers

County Carlow 1814


Surnames: Clowry, Feltus & Crowe 1814

From Pat Purcell Papers.

1814.

James Feltus maketh Oath that he usually resides at Ballytarsna in the Parish of Nurney Barony of Carlow in the County of Carlow.
(signed) James Feltus.
Patrick Clowry maketh Oath that he is a Householder and actually resides at Kilkea in the Parish of Fenagh Barony of Forth. County of Carlow and that he is worth the Sum of Ten Pounds Sterling, over and above his just Debts.
(signed) Patt Clowry.
James Crowe maketh Oath that he is a Householder and actually resides at Killane in the Parish of Ballon Barony of Forth, County of Carlow.
(signed) James Crowe.

Sworn respectively before me this 13th day of October 1814.

The condition of the foregoing Recognizance is such that if the above Bounden James Feltus shall appear in open Court at next General Sessions to be held at Tullow. Then the foregoing Recognizance to be Void.

Otherwise to remain in full force and Virtue in Law.

Taken and acknowledged before me this 13th day of October 1814.
 (signed) Robert Cornwall.

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Transcribed by Friend of Carlow 2012.

Names: Clowry, Feltus & Crowe

From Pat Purcell Papers.

1814.

James Feltus maketh Oath that he usually resides at Ballytarsna in the Parish of Nurney Barony of Carlow in the County of Carlow.
(signed) James Feltus.
Patrick Clowry maketh Oath that he is a Householder and actually resides at Kilkea in the Parish of Fenagh Barony of Forth. County of Carlow and that he is worth the Sum of Ten Pounds Sterling, over and above his just Debts.
(signed) Patt Clowry.
James Crowe maketh Oath that he is a Householder and actually resides at Killane in the Parish of Ballon Barony of Forth, County of Carlow.
(signed) James Crowe.

Sworn respectively before me, this 13th day of October 1814.

The condition of the foregoing Recognizance is such, that if the above Bounden James Feltus shall appear in open Court at next General Sessions to be held at Tullow. Then the foregoing Recognizance to be Void.

Otherwise to remain in full force and Virtue in Law.

Taken and acknowledged before me this 13th day of October 1814.
(signed) Robert Cornwall.

From: michael purcell

Names: Clowry, Feltus, Crowe & Cornwall

[Note added 2012 by Michael Purcell.

Pat Clowry and James Crowe posting Bond for James Feltus before Robert Cornwall.

Cornwall of 1798 and "The Croppy Boy" infamy ("taken was I before Lord Cornwall").

In 1797 Cornwall had "encouraged" over 800 men in the locality to take the Oath of Allegiance to King George 111 and to his heirs on Land and Sea.]


From Pat Pucell Papers.

1814

Recognizance to Answer.

James Feltus resides at Ballytarsna, Carlow
(signed) James, his X mark, Feltus.
Patrick Clowry, Householder, resides at Kilkea, Parish of Fenagh, Barony of Forth, worth 10 Sterling over and above his just Debts.
(signed) Patrick Clowry.
James Crowe resides at Killane, Parish of Ballon, Barony of Forth, worth 10 Sterling over and above his just Debts.
(signed) James Crowe.

James Feltus 20 - Patrick Clowry ?10 - James Crowe 10. indebted unto our Sovereign Lord King George the Third.

The above Bounden James Feltus to appear in his proper person in open Court at Tullow next general Sessions.

Taken and Acknowledged before me this 13th day of October 1814.
(signed) Robert Cornwall.

Names: Clowry, Dillon, Rigney & Feltus.

 

[Difficult to transcribe, this is the best we can do.]

 

From Pat Purcell Papers.

1814.

 

The Information of William Dillon of Ballynockenan, Carlow, Farmer, taken before John Cornwall, Esquire, one of his Majestys Justices of the Peace who being duly sworn on the Holy Evanaglists saith that on Monday he went to the Grounds of the widow Clowry to draw Tithe for the Reverend Samuel Downing agreeable to notice served on said Mr Downing by Anne Clowry of Moanmore, Carlow, Widow that William Dillon was in the Act of Loading Hay that was shewn to him by Patrick Clowry Son of Anne Clowry, as the hay was laid out for said Tithe when Patrick Rigney, Darby Rigney and James Feltus all of Ballytarsna, Carlow, Labourers, then in the employment of the said Anne Clowry did forcibly and violently  seize two horses property of William Dillon that were under the cars on which he and his men were loading the Tithe hay, and took the horses from under the cars put them into a house and afterwards said were sent to the pound in Tullow.

William Dillon further saith that one of the men was Darby Rigney took the Loading of Hay off one of the cars by which William Dillon was forcibly prevented drawing Tithe and that the said man that opposed him that he may get a warrant against James Feltus said he would run his pitchfork into him or any other person that would attempt to tithe him.

(signed) William Dillon.

Sworn before me this 12th day of October 1814,

(signed) John Cornwall.


Names: Clowry, Crowe & Fitzsimmons

From Pat Purcell Papers.

1814 & 1815

John Clowry maketh oath that he usually resides at Kilkea in the Townland of Kilkea in the Parish of Templepeter in the Barony of Forth and in the County of Carlow.

(signed) John Clowry.
Michael Crowe, shopkeeper of Carlow acts as bond 25.
Thomas Fitzsimons, M..... ? Business, Carlow, both act as Bond, 25.
Sworn before J. Bennet and another [Brugh], 20th October 1814.

Surnames: Finn, Emerson, Butler, Lecky, Merdith, Murphy, Gurly & Fishbourne.

[Note added 2012, two hundred years later this wall (obviously raised a few feet since 1814!) remains standing, fronting the premises known as "Greenville", formerly occupied by Dr. Colgan and more recently by Tom Crotty.

 Today it is the offices of Brendan O'Flaherty, Solicitor & Notary Public, Athy Road, Carlow.

The present building was erected circa 1876.]


Pat Purcell Papers.

1814.

TO THE SESSIONS GRAND JURY OF THE COUNTY OF CARLOW
ASSEMBLED ON THE 13th DAY OF JANUARY 1814.

We the undersigned Inhabitants and Residents of Athy Road adjoining the town of Carlow being exceedingly and principally inconvenienced by a Wall lately erected by Mr John Emerson, in front of Mr Michael Finns House and extending five feet or more on the public High Road, request that the Gentlemen of the Grand Jury will be graciously pleased to take into their consideration the dangerous consequences that may result to his Majestys Subjects from the continuance of this Wall which is too low to be seen of a dark night, and from its projection into the Street might break their Limbs, and otherwise injure their persons ~~

Carriages might be upset by it and Horses ruined ~~.

~~~~~~~This Wall has been lately built by J. Emerson under pretence of reestablishing an ancient boundary to his field adjoining Mr Michael Finns House but has been left in such an unfinished and dangerous state, that it calls loudly for the Justice of the Country to interfere, and therefore the undersigned have stepped forward to have it presented and abated as a public Nuisance ~~~~.

(signed) E. Butler, W. Lecky, Sarah Merdith, Sarah Murphy, T. Gurly.

We present the same as a publick Nuisance and order the Sheriff of the County of Carlow, to abate the same.

(signed) William Fishbourne for self and fellows.


Transcribed by Friend of Carlow 2012.
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