Rich. Caulfield Council Book of Cork & early annals



Edmo. Tyrrye. John Coppinger. Domk. Roche. Domk. Tyrrye. John Arthoure.

John Coppinger, Maior. Edwd. Harrys, Recordat.

John Addis, Vic. John Tucker, Vic.

John Goolde, Common Speaker. Phillip Goolde.

And. Skyddy. Thomas Goolde.

Pat.-Tyrry. Pat. Roche.

Edmo. Martell. Morris Roche.

2 Oct., 1621. It is agreed that whatsoever honest person shall be appointed by the Sheriff of this City, and that will undergo the keeping of the Prisoners committed by the Maior and Justices of the year and Sheriffs, for the time being, he entering security to save harmless the M.aior, &c., of all escapes, shall have the keeping of the new gaol, when it ia built, during his good behaviour ; and as Donoghe Murfield did undertake the same, therefore he is to have the keeping of said north gaol during his life, and that it be passed unto him under a Common Seale. 22 Oct., 1621. (The first Monday.) Edmond Tyrry, Ald., and John Goole, Common Speaker, sworn overseers for this year. John Arthur is sworn Chamberlayne. Domk. Roch, Ald., and David Tyrry fz. Edmond, sureties. Martyne Herman is admitted free by command of the Lord President and Councell, bearing date 27 Oct., 1621, the direction is to Mr. Maior, in con- sideration of six pounds by him paid by virtue of their commandment, and six pounds formerly paid all to the Chamberlain, John Arthur. 7 Feb., 1621. Nicholas Roch fz. Domk. is admitted free paying 15s. 15 Feb. It is agreed by the consent of the Corporation, as well as the consent of 13-2

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