Rich. Caulfield Council Book of Cork & early annals



1 Oct., 1627. . Mem. Curire Civ. Corcke, tempore David Tyrry fz. Edmond, Maioris, Stephani Gould et Jacobi fz. Gerrald, Vicecom. Civitatis predictre. 8 Oct., 1627. Sir John Meade, Knt., is sworn Recorder. Stephen Galwey, Sword bearer.

Domk. Roch and John Galwey, Serjeants at Mace. David Galwey and Will. Skiddy, Porte~s of the Gates. John Myagh, Waterbailiff.

Recognitio capta coram Maiore, Recordatore et creteris justiciariis pacis. George Tyrry fz. Edmond recognovit se debere Domino Regi, 40li. sub conditione sequenti. · The condition is that if John MyaghJ waterbailiff, shall truly obey the. Mayor, &c., and shall perform all and every point in an entry conceived for Walter Morrogh for the office of Waterba.iliff, bearing date 22. Sep.> 16.27, that then, &c. 15 Oct., 1627. Nicholas Verdon and John Dahill, Underporters. David Creaghe and Edmond Cleere, Petty Serjeants. Robt. fz. Phillipp, Mayor's yeoman. David Creagh and George Wise, Sheriff's yeomen. William Skiddy, Ald., Common Speaker. 22 Oct., 1627. Mr. Domk. Tyrry, Ald., and Patrick Roch fz. James, Overseers. Edward Skiddy, Pilot of this Harbour. Edmond Mortimer, a Bellman. Robt. Martell fz. Domk., Broaker.- James Curtaine, Drummer. -Will. Lincy, Guide. Walter Morrogh fz. Edmond, Clerk of the Market. 1 Oct., 1627. Stephen Gould is called upon, according to the bye-laws of this City, to come to Courte to take the oath of a Sheriff, whereunto he was chosen by the major voice of the Council, &c., and on Oct. 8 he is called on the second time to take the oath, &c.

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