Goat stolen ~ 1848
21st March 1848. from the PPP.
The Information of Robert Hart of
Viewmount Parish of Clonmore Barony of Rathvilly in the
County of Carlow.
Sworn before Bartholomew Warburton
and Thomas R. Hardy, Esquire, Two of Her Majesty's Justices
of the Peace.
Robert Hart being duly sworn on the
Holy Evangelists, saith The on Monday the 13th March 1848 I
was in George Kelly's field of Ballyduff and I cutting
bushes and I saw Catherine Ryan and James Ryan come and
unloose a Black and White Goat without Horns from a White
Goat and they took it away with them.
I saw this Goat on Edward Ryan's
land with his daughter some time before this.
(signed) Robert Hart.
Edward Ryan of Davis's Hill who
being duly Sworn on the Holy Evangelists deposeth that on
Monday the 13th March 1848 when I was going into my dinner I
saw my two Goats on George Kelly's land at Ballyduff and in
about an hour afterwards I missed one of them, A Black and
White Goat without Horns she had been Serviced to another
White Goat, the Goat Stolen was Valued for about ten
- (signed) Edward Ryan. Each Bound to
Our Lady the Queen.
- (signed) Bartholomew Warburton,
Thomas R. Hardy.