LORD LEONARD GREY.

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Title: LORD LEONARD GREY.
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Secundo die Januarii, 31 Hen. VIII. A note of the peaces made in the time of the Lord Leonard, the King's Deputy.

 

(1.) An indenture between Grey and Thade O'Byrne, chief captain of his nation, who was to pay to the King or his Deputy 120 martes; to go with the King's Deputy to every main hosting with his power; and to find 120 galloglasses for six weeks every quarter, or for a quarter, if need require.

 

(2.) Indenture between the Lord Deputy and Cahir McIncrosse Cavenagh, otherwise called McMurgho, who was to pay yearly the tributes and sums of money with "refections and sustentions" of all the galloglasses, as his ancestors had done; and to go with the Deputy to every hosting with 12 horsemen and 30 kerne.

 

(3.) Indenture between the Lord Deputy and Remonde Savage, chief captain of his nation, who was to give to the Lord Deputy one hundred fat kine, and a good horse or 15 marks; and to go with as many men as possible to every main hosting.

 

(4.) Indenture between the Lord Deputy and Fergananym Rowe O'Birne, who was to pay 4d. Irish yearly for every horse, mare, "garrane," cow, ox, and bull in the towns of Ballyhorsy, Cowlyth, Dwly, Drommore, and Kilparke; and to go to every great hosting.

 

(5.) Indenture between the Lord Deputy and Cahir McMurgho, chief captain of his nation, to whom the Lord Deputy gave the constableship of the castle or lordship of Fernes, paying the first year 80 marks Irish.

 

(6.) Indenture between the Lord Deputy and Cahir O'Mulloy, chief captain of his nation and country of Fercallagh, who covenanted to pay all rents and revenues due and accustomed in the said country, and to wait on the Deputy at any time with 6 horsemen and 40 kerne during one day and one night.

 

(7.) Indenture between the King and Edmond McHe McEdmond O'Rayly, chief captain of Clonkeyll, who was to pay 20d. yearly out of "every ploughland of sixteen ploughland[s]" in the said country.

 

(8.) Indenture between the King and Conoghour O'Brene O'Towynegrene, captain of his nation, who was to pay yearly 12d. out of every "carue" of land, and find 40 galloglas for a month.

 

(9.) Indenture between the King and Conohour O'Dowir [of] Kilnemanagh, captain of his nation, who made like covenants, and was to find 40 galloglas yearly during a month.

 

(10.) Indenture between the King and Gillernowe O'Maghir, captain of his nation, with like covenant.

 

(11.) Indenture between the King and Hugh Bourghe, captain of the Bourgeis country, to pay yearly 40l. sterling, and hereafter, when a captain shall be named, to pay 100 marks; also to find yearly during six weeks 80 galloglas.

 

(12.) Indenture between the King and Dermot O'Mulryan, captain of the country of Oney, to pay yearly 40s. sterling, and to find yearly during a month 60 galloglas.

 

(13.) Indenture between the King and Thomas McYoris, otherwise Bermyncham, to pay yearly 12d. Irish out of every "carue" of land, and to find 80 galloglas every year for a fortnight.

 

(14.) Indenture between the King and Hugh O'Flarte, captain of his country, to pay yearly 5l. sterling.

 

(15.) Indenture between the King and Maurice O'Breyne, captain of the country of Ara, to pay yearly 6d. Irish out of every "carue" of land, and to find yearly during a month 60 galloglas.

 

(16.) Indenture between the King and Malaghlen O'Madyn, captain of his country, to pay yearly 12d. Irish out of every ploughland, and to find yearly during a fortnight 80 galloglas.

 

(17.) Indenture between the King and Hugh O'Maden, captain of his country, to pay yearly 8d. sterling out of every "carue" of land, and to find during a fortnight 80 galloglas.

 

(18.) Indenture between the King and Tybbot Burgh, to pay yearly 8l. sterling, and to find 120 galloglas for six weeks.

 

(19.) Indenture between the King and Arte O'Mullaghlen, captain of his country, to pay 4l. Irish yearly.

 

(20.) Indenture between the Lord Deputy and Pheylym Roo O'Neyle, to go to every main hosting, with as great power as possible.

 

(21.) A peace between the Lord Deputy and Conne O'Neyle, captain of his nation: to rise with the Deputy to every hosting.

 

(22.) A peace between the Lord Deputy and Rosse McGoegan, chief captain of his nation and country of Kynnaliagh: to serve for a day and a night with 4 horsemen and 24 footmen at any time, and to serve in every great hosting or journey with 4 horsemen and 12 footmen.

 

(23.) A peace between the King and Fergnanym O'Karrell, chief captain of the country of Hely O'Karrell: to pay yearly out of every "carue" of land and "for the nomination of O'Karrell" 120 fat "mertes;" to send to every great hosting 12 horsemen and 24 kerne; and to find for a quarter of every year 80 galloglas.

 

(24.) A peace between the Lord Deputy and the King's Council and Bernard O'Conohour, chief captain of his nation; to send to every great hosting a banner of horsemen and a banner of footmen.

 

(25.) A peace between the King and Tyrrelagh Rowe O'Chonour, Lord of Clonynyll: to pay yearly to the King or his Sub-treasurer 8l., and to find 80 galloglas for a month.

 

(26.) A peace between the King and Dermot O'Kenedy: to find yearly during a month 80 galloglas.

 

(27.) A peace between the Lord Deputy and Hugh Ra McMahon, captain of his nation and country of Ferney.

 

In a contemporary hand. Endorsed.

Date: 2 Jan 1540
Held by: Lambeth Palace Library, not available at The National Archives
Language: English
Extent: 5 Pages.
Unpublished Finding Aids:
  • Calendar of the Carew Manuscripts preserved in the Archiepiscopal Library at Lambeth, ed. J. S. Brewer & W. Bullen (6 vols., 1867-73), vol. I, document 140.

Former Reference Department: MS 603, p. 120
Related Material:
  • State Papers III. 169.

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