Order taken with Phelym Roo at Dundalk, 9th March 1553.
He submits himself to the Queen, to serve and obey her Highness in all things, and to refuse others, and is thereto solemnly sworn upon the Holy Evangelists. As to all contentions between him and Sir James Gernon, Sir John Bedlowe and other gentlemen of the county of Uriell, he shall stand to the order of Christopher Dowdall and Patrick O'Callan, or, if they cannot agree, to the order of the Lord Primate and the Dean of Armagh. For the performance of their order he shall put such pledges in the hands of the Lord Primate as shall be named by the said arbitrators. Such pledges as he has of Sir John Bedlow, and such as Sir John Bedlow has of him shall be delivered to the Lord Primate, to be enlarged at his discretion. He shall be allowed to come and go within the English pale as a subject and neighbour.
|Date:||9 March 1554|
|Held by:||Lambeth Palace Library, not available at The National Archives|
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|Former Reference Department:||MS 603, 10|