[1798 Continued]

List of persons who suffered losses in the Rebellion of 1798

Holdings are at the Nat'l Library of Ireland, Dublin

NLI JLB 94107 "PROTESTANTS MASSACRED IN THE DIOCESE OF FERNS -

"PROTESTANTS MASSACRED IN THE DIOCESE OF FERNS -

REBELLION OF 1798"

 

 

 

 

TURNER,Susanna*swore, her husband, Samuel TURNER, a school-master at Taghmon,was shot at Scullabogue, the 31st May, 1798

 

ROE, M. D.,Roe*was obliged to fly from Gorey when colonel WALPOLE was defeated,

 and had all this property destroyed.

 

HATCHEL,John*hatter, massacred at the bridge of Wexford.

 

DALTON,David*gauger, of the Enniscorthy yeoman, was murdered at Wexford.

 

TOMKIN,? *of Ballygullen, was murdered by the rebels.

 

MILLER,Robert*of Tintern, burned at Scullabogue.

 

CRUIN,David*of Tintern, burned at Scullabogue.

 

POWER,Thomas*and his son aged 15 years, of Tintern, burned at Scullabogue.

 

PIERSON,John*shoe-maker, burned or shot at Scullabogue.

BOX,Eliza*swore, her husband was murdered by the rebels near the Carrigferry-bridge,

 

POWER,Patrick*mason, of Tintern, burned at Scullabogue.

 

BOX,Joshua*weaver, and son aged 12 years, of Tintern, burned at Scullabogue.

 

BOYCE,Samuel*shoe-maker, of Tintern, burned at Scullabogue.

 

 

CANNEY,George*weaver, of Tintern, burned at Scullabogue.

 

DUFFIELD,James*of Tintern, burned at Scullabogue.

 

EAKINS,Thomas* of Tintern, burned at Scullabogue.

 

CARLISLE,James*labourer, of Tintern, burned at Scullabogue.

 

MORGAN,Reverand James*rector of Horetown, was driven out of the country, with a

large family, and deprived of subsistence.

 

WHEATLEY,Robert*sonwas murdered at the church of Gorey.

 

HOWSE,The Reverend George*rector of the union of inch in the diocese of Dublin and

county of Wexford, was obliged to fly from his house to save his life, which the rebels

plundered to the amount of four hundred pounds.  His wife, three sons and three

daughters, fled without any clothes but what they had on their backs

 

RIGLY,Mary*swore, her husband was murdered by the rebels the 29th of May, at

Enniscorthy, and her house, offices, and all her property destroyed.

 

HUNTER,Lucy*swore, her husband, William HUNTER, was murdered same time, and

her house and property destroyed at Enniscorthy.

 

BATES,Peter*of Monart, farmer, swore his house, offices, and all his property, were

consumed by the rebels, who murdered his two brothers, two brothers-in-law and one

uncle, the twenty-eighth of May, 1798, all of Templeshambo.

 

GILL,Frances*of Monglass, swore her husband, John GILL, farmer was murdered on

Vinegar-hill the twenty-ninth of May, her house and property destroyed, and she, with

six children, reduced to great want.

 

BUTLER,Alice*swore her husband, Richard BUTLER, was murdered at Enniscorthy the

twenty-eighth of May, for his loyalty; his house, offices, &c. burned, and she and three

children reduced to want.

 

HAWKINS,Joseph*of Fairfield, murdered on Vinegar-hill for his loyalty, his house,

offices, &c. burned, and his wife and three children reduced to want, do.

 

SIMMONS,William*of Shannaul, burnt at Scullabogue, 5th of June, his wife and three

children reduced to want.

 

WHITTY,Thomas*of Rattsilla, shot at Scullabogue, fifth of June.

 

SIMMONS,Samuel*burnt at Scullabogue, fifth of June.

 

HOGAN,John*an opulent shop-keeper, imprisoned by the rebels at Wexford, and his

house plundered to the amount of (L)1000.

 

OWEN,Reverend Roger*lost to the amount of (L)700 and he , his wife, and seven

children reduced to the upmost want, at Camolin.

 

HARRIES,John*of Gorey-hill land, murdered by the rebels.

 

BURKETT,Robert*of Enniscorthy, plundered to the amount of (L)1263.

 

HINSON,Reverend William *curate of Enniscorthy, deprived of means of subsistence.

 

DOBBYN,William*of Myster, with his father and two brothers, were burnt at

Scullabogue.

 

HATTON,Jane*of Hollywood, swore her father, Henry HATTON, deputy portreeve of

Enniscorthy, was murdered on Vinegar-hill, sooner than change his religion.

 

DOBBYN,Patrick*of Oldcourt, burnt at Scullabogue.

 

WHITNEY,John*of Oldcourt, was shot at Scullabogue, of the parish of Adamstown.

 

NEILE,William*had one brother shot, and another burnt at Scullabogue, and Robert

PARSLOW's father was shot, and his brother burnt at Scullabogue, if the parish of

Adamstown.

 

 

DOBBYN,Elizabeth*widow of James DOBBYN, of Oldcourt, burnt at Scullabogue, of

the parish of Adamstown.

 

STORE,Mary*swore, her husband, James STORE, of Windmill, near Wexford, was

dragged from his house to Three Rock camp, and shot there.

 

RATH,Jane*of Jamestown, swore, her husband, Joseph RATH, was murdered at

Enniscorthy for his loyalty, parish of Rossdroit.

 

SHAW,Margaret*of Clough, swore, her husband, Abraham SHAW, was killed by the

rebels.

 

COLEBYRNE,Rebecca*of Ballnastra, swore, her husband was murdered the thirtienth of

May, of Monomolin parish.

 

ABRAHAM,George*of Ballyedmond, murdered by the rebels, the second of June.

 

JOHNSON (JOHNSTON?),Henry*of Balmurtra, murdered on Whitsunday, of the parish

of Monomolin.

 

ROWSOM,Mary*of cullentragh, swore, her husband, a weaver, was murdered by the

rebels, of the parish of Monomolin,

 

THORNTON,Thomas*coachmaker, of Taghmon, murdered in the beginning of the

rebellion.

 

BOYD,John*esquire, murdered at Wexford.

 

RADCLIFFE,Reverend Richard*rector of White-church, plundered by the rebels, and

deprived of subsistence.

 

JOHNSTONE,Robert*of  theBallaghkeene calvalry, killed in a battle near Carnew, the

thirteenth of June.

 

SLYE,Edward*shop-keeper, murdered at Enniscorthy, twenty-eighth of May, of St.

Mary's  parish.

 

PLUMER,John*white-smith and yeoman, wounded, and afterwards murdered at

Enniscorthy, twenty-eighth of May, of St. Mary's parish.

 

OAKS,Thomas*of Enniscorthy, publican, murdered on Binegar-hill, the thirtieth of May.

 

MONK,Francis* and his son Edward, massacred at Scullabogue, of Rosegarland.

 

JORDAN, William*of Foulkes-mill, shot at Scullabogue, of Rosegarland.

 

EAKINS,John*and his son, Thomas, burnt at Scullabogue; left a widow and five

children, of Rosegarland.

 

M'DONNELL,Thomas*steward of Mr. LEIGH, Mpmassacred at Scullagogue, left a

widow and six children, of Rosegarland.

 

GRAY,William*weaver, and son, seventeen years old, both murdered at Scullabogue;

left a widow and four children.

 

 

MAGRATH,John*daughter, of Ballybrack, aged eithteen years, was shot by the rebels;

he, his wife, and six children reduced to want.

 

DAVIS,Richard*of St. John's, burnt at Scullabogue; left a widow and six children.

 

STANNARD,Joseph*and Mary, his wife, both burnt at Scullagogue; left six children, of

St. John's.

 

FIELD,Owen*weaver, massacred at Scullabogue; left a widow and six children, of St.

John's.

 

LINDSAY, John*aged twenty-one, and William, his brother, aged nineteen, burnt at

BOYCE,George*butcher, of Tintern, burned at Scullabogue.

Scullabogue, of Clongeen.

 

MORAN,John*aged twenty years, massacred at Scullabogue; left a mother and five

children, youngen than him, in want and misery, of Clongeen.

 

EDMONDS,Mary*of Rathaspeck, union of Wexford, swore, her husband, John

EDMONDS, was murdered by the rebels, and left four children.

 

CHAMLEY,John*burnt at Scullabogue, of Horetown.

 

HALL,Samuel*yeoman, of Templeshannon, killed at Enniscorthy the twenty-ninth of

May; left a widow and four small children, of St. Mary's.

 

REASON,Henry*a quaker, shot at Scullabogue, left a widow and two children.

 

FANNER,William*burnt at Scullabogue, left a widow and three children, of St. Mary's.

 

CRUMPIN(CRUMPTON?),John*yeoman, in the Scarawalsh corps, murdered the

twenty-fifth of July; left a widow and three children, of Drumgold.

 

BYRON,Edward*burnt at Scullabogue; left a widow and two children, of Horetown.

 

POWER,Joseph*burnt at Scullabogue; left a wedow and children, of Horetown.

 

TURPIN,Joseph*murdered by the rebels in cold blook, at Foulks's-mill, on the fifth of

June; left four orphan children, of Horetown.

 

FISHER,George*murdered the twenty-fourth of June; left a widow and four children, of

Mothel  and Dysart.

 

TRACY,Anne*swore her son was killed by the rebels, who was her only support; She is

a widow with seven children, of Mothel and Dysart.

 

TUGMAN,Margaret*swore, her susband, WilliamTUGMAN, a weaver, of Enniscorthy,

was killed by the rebels, and left eight children.

 

PLUMER,Francis*of Enniscorthy, murdered on the bridge of Wexford, the twentieth of

June; left a widow and four children.

 

STACEY,Benjamin*murdered the first of June, on Vinegar-hill; left a widow and four

children, of Templeshannon.

 

POWER,William*of Enniscorthy, murdered the first of June, on Vinegar-hill; left a

widow and four children, of St. Mary's.

RADWELL,Samuel*killed at Enniscorthy, the twenty-eighth of May, in battle, of

Rossdroit.

 

RADWELL,Andrew*murdered the thirtienth of May, at David's-town.

 

CAULFIELD,Anne*her husband murdered at Oulart.

 

HAWKINS,William*killed at Enniscorthy. Six of that name and family were murdered, a

Father, five legitimate, and one natural son.

 

STACY,George*of Enniscorthy, wheelwright, murdered at Vinegar-hill; widow and six

children left.

 

MACKINS,Joseph*schoolmaster of Enniscorthy, murdered on Vinegar-hill; widow and

three children left.

 

WALKINS,Thomas*farmer, of Clonjordan, murdered on Vinegar-hill, thirty-first of

May; widow and one child left.

 

CAMPBELL,James*and son, murdered on Vinegar-hill; a widow and four children left.

 

SIMPSON,Thomas*linen-weaver, murdered on Vinegar-hill; a widow and two children

 left.

 

CASLIN,William*murdered on Vinegar-hill, thirty-first of May; a wedow and six

children, and an infirm mother-in-law left.

 

CROSHEW,John*murdered at Enniscorthy, twenty-eithth of May; a wedow left.

 

CARROL,William*murdered on Vinegar-hill, thirty-first of May; a widow and seven

children left.

 

MAUD,Mary*widow, her son killed on Vinegar-hill, twenty-ninth of May, of Craken,

Enniscorthy.

 

CRUMPTON,Samuel*killed at Enniscorthy, thirtieth of May, of Craken, Enniscorthy, a

widow and eight children left.

 

BARBER,Samuel*of Clevass, murdered, twenty-eighth of May; a widow and five

children left, parish of Enniscorthy.

 

COOPER,Charles*brazier, murdered near Wexford, first June; widow and two small

children, and she is pregnant.

 

SUNDERLAND,Benjamin*hatter, of Enniscorthy, murdered on the bridge of Wexford,

twentieth of June; widow and five children left.

 

PEPPER,Eliza*of Tincurry, a son killed by the rebels, she a widow, and seven children

left, parish of Ferns.

 

CONNOR,Patrick*murdered on Binegar-hill, thirtieth of May; widow and one child left,

of Enniscorthy.

 

BAUBIER,John*of Finchoge, near Enniscorthy, killed the twenty-eighth of May; three

small motherless children left.

 

RIGLEY,James*murdered, thirtieth of May, on Vinegar-hill, a wigmaker and a Chelsea

pensioner; widow and three small children left, of Enniscorthy.

 

HALL,Thomas*murdered on Vinegar-hill, fourteenth of June; a widow and nine children

left, of Enniscorthy.

 

BAUBIER,William*of Enniscorthy, murdered, twentieth of June, on the bridge of

Wexford; widow and two children left.

 

HAWKINS,John*murdered, twenty-eighth of May, at Enniscorthy, of Tomakippeen;

widow, three daughters, and one grand-child left

 

SUTTON,James*of Clonmore, murdered, fourteenth of June, on Vinegar-hill; a widow,

one child, farther and mother left, of Enniscorthy.

 

SMITH,John*murdered in Enniscorthy, twenty-ninth of May; a hatter; a widow helpless,

aged seventy-nine left, of Enniscorthy.

 

OAKES,Samuel*of Finshoge, killed at Enniscorthy.

 

SUTTON,Michael* murdered, thirtieth of May, at Enniscorthy, of Finshoge; a widow

and six children left.

 

COPELAND,John*killed twenty-eighth of May, at Enniscorthy, of Enniscorthy.

 

 

GREEN,Walter*shoemaker, murdered at Enniscorthy, twenty-eithth of May; a widow

and four children left, of Enniscorthy.

 

DIXY,Margaret*of  Enniscorthy, two sons killed for their loyalty.

 

COPELAND,Joseph*murdered on Vinegar-hill, twenty-first of June, parish of

Kilcormuck.

 

WILLIS,William*corn-merchant, of Enniscorthy, murdered on Vinegar-hill, twentieth of

June.

 

SLY,Edward*of Blackstoop, a farmer, murdered at Enniscorthy, twenty-eighth of May.

Parish of Enniscorthy.

 

MOONEY,William*innkeeper, murdered, first of June, near Wexford; widow pregnant,

and four small childrenleft, of Enniscorthy.

 

CROWLEY,Thomas*shoemaker, killed at Enniscorthy, twenty-eithth of May; widow

and five children left, of Ferns.

 

RICHARDSON,William*parish clerk and schoolmaster of Ferns, killed at Enniscorthy,

twenty-eighth of May; widow and five children left.

 

WHITE,James*nailer, killed at Ross, fifth of June; widow and seven children left.

 

SHERLOCK,William*of Monart, farmer, murdered the twenty-eithth of May; four

motherless children left.

 

WHITEACRE,John*of  Gorey, murdered.

WALKER,Hannah*of Killinahue, near Gorey, her husband murdered on Whitsunday,

and she fled and left her property; two children left.

 

WEBSTER,Robert*of Garrybrit, murdered in cold blook on the bridge of Enniscorthy;

left a widow and eleven children, property burned , his eldest son in Bannakeen cavalry,

parish of Kilcormuck.

 

CRANE,Eliza*her husband killed on the bridge of Wexford, twentieth of June.

 

HOGAN,Cornelius*of Gorey, killed by the rebels.

 

HORNECK,George*of Girrane, two sons killed, one between Enniscorthy and Wexford,

the other shot at Innescorthy, thirtieth of May.  His son-in-law, George COOPER, was

also murdered, his house burned and property destroyed, parish of Killane.  His

brogher Philip murdered on Vinegar-hill.

 

NEAL,William*two sons killed, one on Vinegar-hill, and one at Scullabogue, of

Balybrennan.

 

BATES,Eliza*her husband killed the forth of June, 1798, parish of Camolin.

 

MAUD,Jane*her husband and two sons killed; nine children left, parish of Clough.

 

MAULE,Anne*her uncle murdered, parish of Clough.

 

MURPHY, Mary*of tomgara, her husband killed; two children left, parish of Killincooly.

 

JOHNSON, Anne*her husband, son, and apprentice, murdered, of Gorey.

 

KENNEDY, Alice*her husband killed, parish of Clough.

 

PIPER, Anne*her husband killed, parish of Clone.

 

HENDRICK,Anne*her husband and son killed; three children left, parish of Clone.

 

CROFTS,Catherine*her husband murdered, at Enniscorthy, twenty-eithth of May; four

children left, of Clone.

 

COOKE,Jane*her husband killed at Ballatigan.

 

PENTLAND,Reverend Mr.*a protistant clergyman, murdered on Vinegar-hill, he was a

resident at Killan parish.

 

BUTLER,Alice*her husband killed, twenty-eithrh of May, at Enniscorthy, parish of

Templeshambo.

 

STANFORD,Margaret*of Tubberneering, her husband killed; five children left.

 

GIBSON,Jane*her husband murdered on the bridge of Wexford; twenty-first of June; two

children left, of Wexford.

 

ELLISON,Eliza*husband killed; six children left, parish of Killan.

 

BYRON,Mary*her god-father, motherm uncle, and husband , murdered at New Ross.

 

WARREN,Jane*her husband murdered at New Ross, her eldest son gone mad.

 

WHITNEY,Susanna*her son murdered on the bridge of Wexford. parish of New Ross.

 

VERO(VERE?),Anne*of Verona, her husband, Charles VERO, esquire, a magistrate

murdered at Enniscorthy, of Rossdroit.

 

FOXTON,Alice*of  Kyle, her husband murdered, twenty-second of  June, near Gorey;

three children left.

 

HINCH(KINCH?),Sarah*her HUSBAND MURDERED NEAR Gorey, parish of

Killnehew.

 

LORD,Mary*of Castle Annesly, her husband murdered at Kilmuckridge; six children

 left.

 

HUBSTER(WEBSTER?),Sarah*her husband murdered; five children left, parish of

Killnehew.

 

BASS,Eliza*her husband, Joseph, murdered forth of June; two children left, parish of

Gorey.

 

WHITTY,Mary*her father murdered at Enniscorthy, twenty-eighth of May, of St. Mary's

parish.

 

DORMER,Elizabeth*her husband murdered; four children left, of St. Mary's parish.

 

GOODESON,Margaret*her husband killed at Enniscorthy; nine children and mother left,

of Kilcormuck.

 

JOHNSTON,Mary*of Garane, her husband killed fourth June; one child and mother left,

parish of Kilmuckridge.

 

COMERFORD,Elizabeth*of Kyle, her husband killed; five children left, of

Kilmuckridge.

 

EDWARDS,Mary*her husband burned at Scullabogue; one child left, of Kilavin.

 

RALPH,Mary*her husband killed, twenty-eithth of May, at Enniscorthy; seven children

left, of Ferns.

 

BROWNRIGG,Alice*father murdered; five children left, of New Ross.

 

WARREN,Catharine*her husband murdered; two children left, of Ballycanew.

 

SAUNDERS,Anne*her father and mother murdered , of Ballycanew.

LARKIN,John*of Enniscorthy, killed by the rebels.

 

Transcribed by Pat Adams