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Browne-Clayton Papers

Carlow November 1828.

By kind permission of Michael Purcell

Browne-Clayton Papers Carlow November 1828.

The Information of Mary Kinsella of Kellistown in the County of Carlow who being duly sworn saith that on the 6th day of October last she changed a Thirty Shilling note with James Hennessy of the town of Carlow, Grocer - That she received as part of such change from James Hennessy, a certain piece of Coin, purporting to be a Gold Sovereign. Mary Kinsella then passed the coin to Alexander Townsend and it has been since returned as being a Counterfeit Sovereign, it is the same she received from said James Hennessy.

Sworn before us at Carlow this 20th day of November 1828,

(signed) William Browne, W. Fishbourne, Mary Kinsella.

The above is a true and accurate transcript of the original document.

Transcribed by Mary Corcoran, October 2009

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