3rd March 1814.
Nicholas Cummins of Seskinmadra in
the Parish of Slyguf, Barony of Idrone East, states that he
is worth the Sum of £20.00 over and above his just debts.
7th March 1818. (could be 1810?)
Edward Burton of Pollerton, Carlow,
who is Bonded by William Burton of Bruton Hall, in the
Parish of Urglin and Joseph Fishbourne of Strawhall, Carlow,
must appear in Carlow Sessions to answer all such Matters
and Things, as shall be objected against him (Edward Burton)
on behalf of our Said Lord the King by Henry and Ebenezer
(signed) William Fishbourne.
- (Gentry at it!).
- The Statements / Bonds are
commitment to appear in open Court to answer charges:in this
case, gentry, magistrate, justice of the peace, Bunbury,
Burton, Fishbourne "are at it". (hammer and thongs!).
8th May, 1824.
John Curran of Carlow, Swears before
William Fishbourne, that he is a Householder and has a House
in the Town of Carlow, in the Parish of Carlow and that he
supports and maintains himself by Tailoring and he is worth
the Sum of £5.00 over and above his just Debts.
(Gentry at it!).
20th February 1835.
Stephen Aughney states before J.
Eustace of Castlemore that he lives in Roscat in the Parish
of Ardistan, Barony of Rathvilly that he is worth the Sum of
£5.00 over and above his just debts.