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PROTESTANTS MASSACRED IN THE DIOCESE OF FERNS

PROTESTANTS MASSACRED IN THE DIOCESE OF FERNS

1798 (CONTINUED)

 

 

PRENDER, Prender*piked on Gorey-hill, at Gorey

 

BALE, William and Robert*killed at Gorey-hill, twenty-second June, of Rossmenouge

 

DORMAN, James*killed at Gorey-hill, twenty-second June, of Rossmenouge

 

MERCY, Robert* killed tenth June, of Killtennell

 

EARL, Isaac*piked on Vinegar-hill, of Ardemine

 

FELTIS, John*piked on Gorey-hill, of Kilnahue parish

 

TOMKIN, John*piked tenth June, on Limerick-hill, of Kilnahue parish

 

MOORE, James*piked ninth June, at Arklow-hill, of Kilnahue parish

 

INMAN, William*piked thirtieth June, at Ballyellis, of Kilnahue parish

 

_______, Dowger*piked on Goery-hill, of Kilnahue parish

 

PIERCE, Roger*piked at Limerick-hill, of Kilnahue parish

 

MAUD, John and son*piked on Gorey-hill, of Clough

 

SHAW, John*piked on Gorey-hill, of Clough

 

DEBBIN(DOBBIN?), William*piked on Gorey-hill, of Clough

 

STANFORD, Peter*piked thirtieth June, at Ballyellis, of Clough

 

BUTLER, William*piked thirtieth June, at Ballyellis, of Clough

 

SPENCER, William and Joseph*twenty-second June, of Killcaben

 

HALL, John and George*killed by Hacketís party, fifteenth October, of Killcaben

 

LANCASTER, John*twenty-seventh May, of Kiltrish

 

DANGRELL (LANGRELL?), John*twenty-seventh May, of Kiltrish

 

SHAWS, Two*shot twenty-seventh May, of Kiltrish

 

_______, Grindly and sister*shot twenty-seventh May, of Kiltrish

 

JOHNSON, Henry (Harry?)*of Killena, twenty-seventh May, of Donoughmore

 

WRATH, James*of Killena, twenty-seventh May, of Donoughmore

 

KENNEDY, Joseph*twenty-second June, of Tomb

 

ERRETT, Richard, LEE, John, SHARP, John* of Clough, killed at Gorey, twenty-second†††††††††††† June††††

 

FOXTON, Timothy*killed at Gorey, second June, of Kilcormuck

 

_________, James*father and son, murdered, striving to escape from Ross, before the battle of Ross

 

GIFFORD, Clement*piked to death, of Ross

 

CLIFFE, Bartholomew, ELLIOTT, Richard, Annesley, Richard* murdered at the Roar, of Ross

 

MEANY, father and son*murdered at a little distance in the county Kilkenny, of Ross

 

HOARE (HORE?), William, esquire*of Harperstown piked on Wexford-bridge, twentieth June

 

COX, Allen, Captain*of Coolcliffe, piked on Wexford-bridge, twentieth June

 

EAKINS, William*of Slevoy, burned or shot at Scullabogue

 

COOK, Robert*butler to reverend Robert Hawkshaw, burned or shot at Scullabogue

 

COOK, Robert*his wife murdered

 

WHITE, James*of Taghmon, killed in Ross

 

GREEN, Benjamin*of Coolstuff, murdered in Wexford

 

ESMOND, William and Thomas*burned or shot at Scullabogue

 

WADE, James*mason of Coolstuff, burned at Scullabogue

 

STANFORD, Peter and BUTLER, William*killed at Ballyellis, of Clough

 

BUTLER, William*at Gorey, twenty-second of June, of Clough

 

DOBBIN, William and KENNEDY, Joseph*twenty-second June, of Clough

 

JONES, William*fourth June, of Clough

 

FENNEL, Thomas*twenty-second June, of Clough

 

DUGAN, Richard*fourth June, on Wexford-bridge, of Clough

 

PENDOR, William*fourth June, on Wexford-bridge, of Clough

 

RYNEHART, Henry*fourth June, on Wexford-bridge, of Clough

 

BURROWES, Reverend Mr.*ASTON, Joseph*of Kilmuckridge

 

EARL, Thomas and DARCY, Edward Howlan, esquire*twenty-seventh May, of Kilmuckridge

 

ESTON (ASTON?), James, RATH, Henry, JOHNSTON, Robert*of Kilmuckridge

 

GOFF, Clement*killed in cold blood on his own ground of Tomnaboly, parish of Kilcormuck

 

ESCOTT, Anne*a poor old school-mistress, wife of a Chelsea Pensioner, wantonly smothered with others in a pump hole, of Kilcormuck

 

PINLAY (FINLAY?), Holland*burned in Scullabogue, of Kilcormuck

 

WARREN, George*murdered on Vinegar-hill, of Killan

 

FANNIN, James*murdered on Vinegar-hill, of Killan

 

ELLISON, Allen*murdered on Vinegar-hill, of Killan

 

JAMES, Thomas*murdered on the road to Ross, of Killan

 

PENTLAND, Reverend John*murdered on Vinegar-hill, of Killan

 

WADE, James*burned in the barn at Scullabogue, of Killan

 

COTTOM, Samuel*shot at Scullabogue, of Adamstown

 

COTTOM, John*shot at Scullabogue, of Adamstown

 

WHITNEY, John*shot at Scullabogue, of Adamstown

 

PARSLOW, John*murdered near his own house, of Adamstown

 

PARSLOW, Thomas*almost an idiot, murdered near his fatherís house, of Adamstown

 

PARSLOW, Shepherd*escaped from the first persecution to Ross, returned to make up his harvest, when he was horridly murdered by some of the rebellious banditti that infested the country, of Adamstown

 

BELL, Thomas*shot at Scullabogue, of Tintern

 

BESLEY, David*shot at Scullabogue, of Tintern

 

VAUGHAN, Miles*shot at Scullabogue, of Tintern

 

REEL, William*burned at Scullabogue, in the barn, of Tintern

 

BASSET, Walter*burned at Scullabogue, in the barn, of Tintern

 

KELLY, Thomas*burned at Scullabogue, of Tintern

 

DUFFIELD, John*burned at Scullabogue, of Tintern

 

POWER, John* burned at Scullabogue, of Tintern

 

PRESLEY, Jane*burned at Scullabogue, of Tintern

 

PRESLEY, Ann*burned at Scullabogue, of Tintern

 

GREEN, Walter*murdered on Vinegar-hill, St. Maryís, Enniscorthy

 

OWENS, William*an aged man, his brains dashed out by an iron bar, of St. Maryís, Enniscorthy

 

LARKIN, John*an aged man, his brains dashed out by an iron bar, of St. Maryís, Enniscorthy

 

COOKMAN, Henry*a gentleman deranged in mind, murdered in the street, of St. Maryís, Enniscorthy

 

KENERSLEY, John*murdered on the hill, an old man, of St. Maryís, Enniscorthy

 

HILL, John*murdered on the hill, of St. Maryís, Enniscorthy

 

SPARROW, George*murdered in the town of Wexford, of St. Maryís, Enniscorthy

 

CLARKE, John*murdered in Enniscorthy, of St. Maryís, Enniscorthy

 

FINN, Edward*murdered in Enniscorthy, of St. Maryís, Enniscorthy

 

WALSH, John*murdered in Enniscorthy, of St. Maryís,

Enniscorthy

 

ANNESLEY, Philip*murdered on the hill, of St. Maryís Enniscorthy

 

CLAMPIT, William*DIXCY, John*FARRELL, John*CRUMPTON, John* and PEPPAR, James*, yeoman, surprised and murdered near the woods of Killoghoran, of St. Maryís Enniscorthy

 

COOK, Thomas*murdered on the road from Wexford to Enniscorthy, of St. Johnís

 

GROTHIER, Joseph*murdered on the hill, of St. Johnís

 

POWER, William*murdered on the hill, of St. Johnís

 

FRAIN, Saunders*forced by the rebels to Ross, and put in front of the battle where he was killed, of St. Johnís

 

ENGLISH, John*burned in the barn at Scullabogue, of St. Johnís

 

TRIMBLY, James*burned in the barn at Scullabogue, of St. Johnís

 

PRESCOTT, John*murdered in the town of Enniscorthy, of St. Johnís

 

WHITE, Edward, senior, esquire*murdered at home, of St. Johnís

 

WHITE, Edward, junior, esquire*murdered at home, of St. Johnís

 

HAWKINS, William*murdered at Davidstown, of Templeshannon

 

WHITE, John, esquire*murdered on the hill, of Templeshannon

 

BRICKLEY, James*murdered at Oulart, of Templeshannon

 

BRUMPTON (CRUMPTON?), Samuel*murdered in the barony of Forth, of Templeshannon

 

BRUMPTON (CRUMPTON?), John*murdered on the hill, of Templeshannon

 

HAYES, Edward*murdered on the hill, of Templeshannon

 

RATH, Thomas*murdered at the fort of Duncannon, of Templeshannon

 

HALL, Samuel*murdered in the town, of Templeshannon

 

MILLS, Samuel*missing, of Templeshannon

 

ESMOND, Mrs.*starved while the rebels held Enniscorthy, of Templeshannon

 

HAWKINS, Edward*murdered o the hill, of Ballitwishard

 

CARTON, John*murdered on the hill, of Ballitwishard

 

SUTTON, James* murdered on the hill, of Ballitwishard

 

FRAIN, Miles*murdered at Ballimurran, of Ballitwishard

 

WATKINS, Thomas*murdered at home, of Templeshambo

 

WATKINS, Edward*murdered at home, of Templeshambo

 

STAFFORD, John* murdered at home, of Templeshambo

 

DORMER, Thomas* murdered at home, of Templeshambo

 

PERCIVAL, Roger*murdered on the hill, of Templeshambo

 

BROWN, JOSEPH*murdered on the hill, of Templeshambo

 

NANTON, William* murdered at home, of Templeshambo

 

GANFORD, Richard* murdered at home, of Templeshambo

 

REYNOLDS, Stephen William*murdered on Vinegar-hill, of Templeshambo

 

JAMES, George*murdered at home, of Templeshambo

 

COPLIN (COPELAND?), Richard*murdered at home, of Templeshambo

 

HAWKINS, John*murdered on the hill, of Templeshambo

 

SHERLOCK, William*murdered at Enniscorthy, of Templeshambo

 

SHERLOCK, John*murdered at Enniscorthy, of Templeshambo

 

POUNDEN, John, esquire*first wounded in the engagement twenty-eighth May, then murdered, of Templeshambo

 

MURPHY, Samuel*murdered on Vinegar-hill, of Killan

 

KEARLEY (CURLEY-CARLEY?), George*boat builder, aged about seventy, a protestant, was dragged out of his house, put o his knees in his garden, where his brains were blown our; an innocent honest man

 

THORNTON, William*coachmaker in Wexford, in endeavouring to make his escape to Waterford, taken near Taghmon, his eyes first piked out, and barbarously murdered the next day

 

PROTESTANT INHABITANTS OF THE PARISH OF FERNS, MURDRED IN THE REBELLION

 

BOOKEY, Thomas, esquire* lieutenant of the Camolin cavalry, killed y father John Murphyís party

 

TURNER, Reverend Francis*rector of Edermine, murdered in his own house, of do

 

GANFORD, Robert*farmer, GANFORD, Richard*his son, GANFORD, Richard*his nephew, DOWSE, Thomas*farmer, all murdered in the reverend Mr. Turnerís house, all of do

 

RICHARDSON, William*parish clerk, SMITH, Francis*parish clerk, THACKABERRY, Richard*farmer, RUDD, William*farmer, CROFTS, Thomas*farmer, CROFTS, John*his brother, CROFTS, John*his nephew, all killed in Enniscorthy, the day of the first engagement, twenty-eighth of May, and all of do

 

SPARKS, Roger*farmer, SINDON, John*labourer, HAWKINS, John*farmer, PIPER, Thomas*farmer, KENDRICK, Thomas*farmer, KENDRICK, Samuel*farmer, his son, CROFTS, Samuel*farmer, KANE, William*, labourer, MOWLES (MOULDS?), Thomas*farmer, all murdered on Vinegar-hill, of do

 

POUNDER, John*farmer, SLY, John*farmer, RICKABY, John*linen weaver, JONES, Nicholas*carpenter, MACKEE, John*gauger, all murdered on Vinegar-hill, of do

 

BERRY, John*labourer, killed at Gorey, of do

 

BACON, Philip*labourer, murdered on Wexford-bridge, of do

 

GRAHAM, George*farmer and miller, murdered in his own house, of do

 

HAWKINS, Thomas* and SLY, Edward*farmers, killed in retreating to Duncannon Fort, of do

 

WALLIS, Thomas*labourer, killed at Ferns, of do

 

MONK, Francis*murdered, of Horetown

 

DAVIS, Richard*murdered, of Horetown

 

MONK, Edward*murdered, of Horetown

 

CHAMNEY, J. *murdered, of Horetown

 

PROTESTANTS WHO WERE MURDRED IN THE REBELLION IN THE PARISH OF KILCORMUCK

 

WEBSTER, Robert*the nephew of Robert, senior, of Kilcormuck

 

FINLEY, Holland* FLOYD, Thomas*, FLOYD, Roger*, FLOYD, Thomas*, WHITNEY, Thomas*, WEST, Samuel*, JUDD, Samuel*, JUDD, Benjamin*, FOGAN, Thomas*, ESCOTT, Ann*, KEARLEY, George*, all of Kilcormick

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transcribed by:M. Bayone