Extract from an inquisition at Cork, 4 November, 26 Eliz., before Nicholas Welche, Chief Justice of Munster, John Myagh, Secondary Justice of Munster, Thomas Wyseman, James Gold, Robert Rosier, [and] Arthur Robins, Commissioners (the jury consisting of Fulk Mownstowe and 13 others), whereby it was found that Conohor O'Mahownye, late of Castle Mahowne, entered into rebellion with Gerald, late Earl of Desmond, and was slain therein; and that he was seized of Castle Mahowne, and of the barony or cantred of Keneallineaky.
Examined, 19 June 1587, by Thomas Wyseman.
II. Similar extract, relating to the said O'Mahownye, from an inquisition taken at Youghill, 6 October, 28 Eliz., before Thomas Norris, Vice-President of Munster, Sir Henry Wallopp, Charles Calthropp, Roger Wilbraham, Launcelot Allford, Thomas Wiseman, and Arthur Robins, Commissioners.
Examined, ut supra.