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Robert Bagg
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The Civil War (1641-1653), Contemporary Accounts

2. Robert Bagg
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Robert Bagg, parish of Whitechurch
(Losses, to the value of 2570li)

........This deponent further saith, that there was murdered at the Lawnagh, Moirish Gambon and three souldiers, wch were murthered by Garrett fitz Gerrald & one Captaine Wailsh, as a servant maide wch this depont sent to the Castle of Dromanagh with a letter and she was mett withall by the way and sent to the High Sheriff of the county of Waterford, and there by his means hanged; the sheriff his name is Phillip mc Gragh of Carraghnasby, gent; and two English maids of the Castell of Knock Mone which was taken by the Rebells and carried to Dungarvan and there hanged by Capt ffennell; the mayds' names were Judeth Plumer and Ann Plumer.
And this deponent further saith, that he had burnt by Phillip mc Cragh his tenants three houses on his farm of Knockalaragh.
And further deposeth that Peter Anthony of the Comeragh n the said county, gent, foremerly a reputed protestant and now turned papist.
Robert Bagg.
Jurat &c 7 July 1642
Phill Bisse
Thomas Ellwell

Author: Catherine and Liam Nugent

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