He sayth he was credibily informed, yt the Lord of Dunboyne & his company tooke away five of the deponent's cows, and Philip mc Danagher mc Cragh his daughter in law, Pierce Butler of Knockanammy, in Tipperary, his daughter and the said mc Cragh's tenants they had the rest of the cattle. He sayth that his corne in stack ws taken by Robert Stephenson of Ballygambon, gent. He sayth yt about neer Midsummer last, on Allis Bywater, wife of Robert Bywater of Dromane Castle was murdered with skeans by Capt ffennell's foote, as is credibly reported. Hee also sayth yt the deponent was stript by the Lord of Dunboyne's men whose names he knoweth not.
Jurat &c 12 Aug. 1642
Author: Catherine and Liam Nugent