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"DeRenzy"
1805
By kind permission of Michael Purcell

 
Bond for Michael Howlett of Clonegall , 20th August 1805.

John DeRenzy maketh Oath that he is a Householder and actually resides at Clonegal, in the parish of Mycombe in the Barony of St. Mullins, Carlow.

(signed) John DeRenzy.


9th July 1820.
Thomas DeRenzy of Carnew in the County of Wicklow, Esquire, the Receiver of the Rents of Thomas Codd, Plaintiff. Owen Kehoe and others, Defendant, in this case, Thomas DeRenzy maketh Oath and Saith that he hath read the original Civil Bill Ejectment and that the Contants thereof are true in every respect, as this Deponent verily believes,
(signed) Thomas DeRinzy,
in open Court at Bagenalstown Sessions. (unusual item)
 

26th January, 1828,

John DeRenzy of Clonegal and Erwin Sandys of NewtownBarry, Justices of the Peace. Take Notice that John Doyle of Killbrannish, Carlow arrears of Rent claimed are not justly due and the fourteen Pits of Potatoes shall not be Distrained by Poundkeeper (Keeper of Cattle or goods or Chattels so distrained), Joseph Ellard of Wexford and Thomas Roberts, Keepers in Charge of said distress.

This shall be your Sufficient Authority to release same,

(signed) John DeRenzy, Erwin Sandys.


4th October 1850.

Affidavit to Verify Civil Bill Ejectment.
Plaintiffs; Matilda DeRenzy, Frances D'Harrisson, Anne Vigors., Defendant; John Thomas Murphy. Ambrose Doran of Old Leighlin, Farmer.

This is a transcript of the attachment (below). It appears that John DeRenzy is advising the Byrne clan on how to compose a letter to impress the Magistrate (himself ) at the next Court appearance.
(John DeRenzy's signature is on the letter).
Stephen Byrne
Vs
Sylvester Byrne
Catherine Byrne
Mary Byrne
Pat Byrne
John Byrne

for an Assault  _

 

Clonegal, July 17th 1829

My dear Sir,

us the several persons named in
the above Assault case are very near
relations, and wish to be friends again,
I would be glad to have the information
withdrawn if there should be no
objection on the part of Court ~

Believe me to be

 My dear Sir

very truly yours

 (signed) John DeRenzy.

.
Copy of original letter

The above is a true and accurate transcript of the above document.
Transcribed by: Michael Purcell  c2007

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