Indenture, 28 November, 27 Eliz., between her Majesty and Hugh Reogh O'Reyly of Loghnony, Cahir Garte O'Reyly of Carick, Mulmourry O'Reyly, alias the Prior's son, of Downdavane, and his brethren, in the county of Cavan, who are bound to pay her yearly one sound goshawk and 47 beoves, and to serve in all hostings, &c. with 10 horsemen and 20 footmen for 40 days.
|Date:||28 Nov 1584|
|Held by:||Lambeth Palace Library, not available at The National Archives|
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|Former Reference Department:||MS 613, p. 64a|