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Pat Purcell Papers



"Patrk Woods of Braugh
(Broughhillstown)
1786
By kind permission of Michael Purcell

County of Carlow to witt...

 

 

           The Examinations of Patrk Woods of *Braugh (Broughhillstown) town in said County. Taken before me one of his Majesties Justices of the peace for said County

 
 Who being duly sworn and Examined Deposeth and saith that he bought a Silver Knee buckle (T.M) marked) from Michael Bryan for the sum of Six pence half sterling which Buckle he since understands was Felonnouly carried away from the house of John Lawlor of *Batharo (Ratheran) in said County and has been claimed by Miles Carty as his property and Examt further saith not.
 Patt Woods                                                         Sworn before me this 13th day of April 1786
                                                                                                         Thos. Drought
Examt bound in the sum of Fifty pounds to Prosecute at this present Assize.
Acknowledged before me this 13th Day of April 1786.
Thos Drought

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This document was transcribed by J.J. Woods c2008 from a photocopy sent by Michael Purcell.
Additional information provided by Susie Warren.

* Braugh = Broughhillstown and what appears to be Batharo = Ratheran


Myles Carty of Mount Kelly
1786
By kind permission of Michael Purcell

Break In & Theft

County of Carlow to witt...

 

 

The Examinations of Myles Carty of Mount Kelly
in the said county of Carlow.
Taken before me one of his Majesties Justices of the peace
 for said County

Who being duly sworn and Examined Deposeth and saith that on the night of the fourth of April Inst. Between the Hours of Eleven and Twelve of the Clock or thereabouts he being then in the House of John Lawlor of Ratheran in said county and that said house was Entered by some person or persons unknown to Examinant by way of the window of said house which was by then broke open and when entered opened the Door of said house and thereout Feloniously carried away one Coat three Waistcoats one Breeches one pair of stockings and one Silver Kneebuckle with four shilling and tenpence half sterling the entire of which was Examinant’s property and Examinant saith that said articles etc. was worth the sum of one pound sterling and further saith not.

                                                                    
Sworn before me this 13th day of
April 1786
Thos. Drought

his

Miles   X    Carty

Mark 

Examined bound to prosecute
this present Assize
in the sum of Fifty pounds
sterling
Acknowledged before me this 13th day of April 1786
                               Thos. Drought

Image of a copy of original Document

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The above is a true and accurate transcript of the above document
The copying of these images and or the text is strictly forbidden without the express permission of the owner of these images
This document was transcribed by J.J. Woods c2008 from a photocopy sent by Michael Purcell.

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