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Carlow County - Ireland Genealogical Projects (IGP TM)

Pat Purcell Papers

"Violently assault"
By kind permission of Michael Purcell

Mary Jackson of Hacketstown states on 27th Day of September 1814 she was on her way from Hacketstown to Coolmannah on Monday 29th day of August 1814 on her lawful occassions when she was met by One James Moore of Coolmannah, Farmer, who then and there without any provocation whatsoever did Violently assault and abuse her, he was aided and Encouraged by his Brother John Moore to abuse her. Mary further Saith that John and James Moore and their Sister Sarah Moore of Coolmannah make a Common pratice of Mobing and abusing her and they have thretened her in such a manner that she is in perpetual dread and peril of her life and Afraid to go to that Neighbourhood and where her business often calls her for fear of their associates

Mary therefore craves his Majestys Sureties of the peace Against them.

Sworn before me this Day and year above written,

(signed) Philip Watters,
(signed) Mary Jackson.
The above is a true and accurate transcript of the original document.
This document was transcribed by Pat O' Reagan

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