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A List of Deported Convicts and Vagabonds

1737-1743

SOURCE
Journals of the Irish House of Commons 
 
 LISTS OF CONVICTS AND VAGABONDS 
I Humbly certify that the foregoing is an exact abstract of all 
the presentments made by the grand-juries at the several Sessions 
held for the County of the City of Dublin, commencing midsummer 
Sessions, 1737, to this Time, for transporting felons and 
vagabonds pursuant to the statute. Dated this twenty-fifth day 
of November, 1743. 
Henry Gonne Clerk Peace County City Dublin. 
A List of all convict felons and vagabonds who have been ordered 
for transportation at the general Quarter-sessions of the peace, 
held for the County of Dublin, for these seven years last past. 
Sessions 
January, 1741 John Mc. Gwire | 
Hester Mc. Gwire | 
Jane Mc. Gwire | 
April Sessions, 1742 Thomas Murphy | 
Catherine Byrne | 
Judith Freeman | 
otherwise Byrne, and | Ordered to be 
Mary Anderson > transported 
October Sessions, 1742 David Lawler | 
William Flin, otherwise| 
Leathercap | 
January Sessions, 1742 Thomas Moran | 
October Sessions, 1743 Patrick Purcel | 
Joan Barefoot | 
Thomas Green, Dep. Clerk Peace for the County of Dublin. 
A List of all convicted felons and vagabonds who have been 
ordered for transportation for seven years last past in the several 
Counties of Meath, County of the town of Drogheda, and County of Lowth 
[Louth?] in the North East circuit of Ulster and province of 
Leinster. 
County of Meath. 
Dates of Assizes Persons ordered For what crimes Money present- 
for ed for that 
transportation purpose 
#PAGE 2 
22d March 1736-7 l. s. d. 
25th July 1737 40 0 0 
10th April 1738 Michael Kelly Grand Larceny > 
Patrick Smyth Like > 26 0 0 
24th July 1738 Honorah Kennedy Vagabond 18 0 0 
22nd March 1758 Patrick Moran Grand Larceny 
[1738?] Michael Cavenagh Grand Larceny 
7th September 1739 12 0 0 
16th April 1740 Thomas Magauran Vagabond 
John Kelly Like 
Mary Byrne Petty Larceny 
6th August 1740 Owen Byrne Vagabond > 
Christopher Dowd Like > 18 0 0 
8th April 1741 James Mc. Cabe Like 
James Carroll Grand Larceny 
Thomas Carroll Like 
Matthew Mooney Vagabond 
Owen Meenagh Like 
James Daly Grand Larceny 
Robert Ball Like 
Francis Kelly Vagabond 
Patrick Mc. Mahan Forging a bond 
8th July 1741 Bryan Mc. Cabe Vagabond | 
Matthew Dudley Petty larceny | 
John Caulon Vagabond > 91 2 9 
John Connor Like | 
John Bannon Grand Larceny 
28th April 1742 James Caullan Like | 
George Smyth Vagabond | 
Henry Shaffrey Grand Larceny | 
Richard Swords Like | 
Daniel Garvin Petty Larceny | 
James Rogers Grand Larceny > 24 0 0 
Thomas Russell Like | 
Michael Cunningham Like | 
Owen Mc. Guire Vagabond | 
Patrick Mechan Grand Larceny | 
Patrick Macken Like | 
26th July 1742 Patrick Heyland Vagabond 
Thomas Williams Petty Larceny 
Patrick Mc. Bryan Like 
11th April 1742 Nicholas Hamill Grand Larceny | 
Bridget Reilly Vagabond | 
Matthew Murtagh Grand Larceny > 96 0 0 
8th July 1741 Bryan Mc. Cabe Vagabond | 
| 
#PAGE 3 
Matthew Dudley Petty larceny | 
John Caulon Vagabond > 91 2 9 
John Connor Like | 
John Bannon Grand Larceny 
28th April 1742 James Caullan Like | 
George Smyth Vagabond | 
Henry Shaffrey Grand Larceny | 
Richard Swords Like | 
Daniel Garvin Petty Larceny | 
James Rogers Grand Larceny > 24 0 0 
Thomas Russell Like | 
Michael Cunningham Like | 
Owen Mc. Guire Vagabond | 
Patrick Mechan Grand Larceny | 
Patrick Macken Like | 
26th July 1742 Patrick Heyland Vagabond 
Thomas Williams Petty Larceny 
Patrick Mc. Bryan Like 
11th April 1742 Nicholas Hamill Grand Larceny | 
Bridget Reilly Vagabond | 
Matthew Murtagh Grand Larceny > 96 0 013th March 1737
28th July 1738 Patrick Reilly Grand Larceny | 
Dominick Flynn Vagabond | 
20th April 1739 Thomas Boden Like | 
13th August 1739 Patrick Kelly Like > 10 0 0 
20th March 1739 Michael Tyrrell Like | 
11th August 1740 William Morgan Like | 
11th March 1740 Ellenor Kavanagh Like | 
John Rafferty Grand Larceny 15 0 0 
13th July 1741 
29th March 1742 Dennis Lynagh Like 5 0 0 
Michael Mc. Cullagh Vagabond 
Andrew Tallon Grand Larceny 
30th July 1742 Edward Clinton Vagabond 
John Carton younger Like 
16th March 1742 
5th August 1743 Thomas Hern Grand Larceny 
James Fitz-Symons Vagabond 
-------- 
40 0 0 
County Lowth [Louth?] 
20th April 1737 4 3 0 
19th August 1737 Mary Reilly Vagabond 
James Mathews Like > 
Ever Mathews Like > 15 4 6 
#PAGE 4 
14th March 1737 Owen Boyle Like 
29th July 1738 Bryan Downey Petty Larceny 
Edward Mc. Cullam Vagabond 
Robert Phillips Like 
17th April 1739 John Mc. Donnell Like 
Arthur Mc. Garrety Like 
14th August 1739 James Mc. Cabe Like 
21st March 1739 Margaret Johnston Grand Larceny | 
Patrick Fedigan Vagabond > 20 0 0 
Patrick Mohan Grand Larceny | 
12th August 1740 Owen Callaghan Vagabond 0 15 0 
12th March 1740 James Murphy Like 
James Mc. Ardle Like 
14th July 1741 James Gallagher Like | 
Hugh White Like > 10 0 0 
William Hill Grand Larceny | 
30th March 1742 Patrick Carragher Like 
Patrick English Vagabond | 
2nd August 1742 John Bray Like | 
Patrick Sharkey Like | 
Francis Ohear Like > 15 0 0 
James Stewart Like | 
Edward Riccard Like | 
17th March 1742 17 5 5 
6th August 1743 John Mc. Gowran Vagabond 
Ellenor Daly Grand Larceny 
Thomas Roe Cawlan Vagabond 
--------- 
96 12 11 
I Do hereby certifie [certify?] that in the foregoing sheets are 
contained a list of all convict felons and vagabonds who have 
been ordered for transportation for these seven years last past, 
as also the several sums of money presented for those purposes 
in the several Counties of Meath, County of the town of Drogheda, 
and County of Lowth [Louth?], in the North-East circuit of Ulster 
and province of Leinster. Dated this nineteenth day of November, 
1743. 
Thomas Kanning deputy Clerk of the Crown. 
County of Kildare 
A List of all convicted felons and vagabonds who have been ordered 
for transportation for seven years last past in the several 
Counties of Kildare, King's County, Queen's County, County of 
Carlow, County of Kilkenny, County of the City of Kilkenny, County 
of Wexford, and County of Wicklow in the province of Leinster. 
#PAGE 5 
transportation that purpose 
l. s. d. 
21st March 1736-7 Abraham Murphy Vagabond | 
John Mechan Like > 22 0 0 
Phelim Murphy Like | 
5th August 1737 Mary Murphy Like 6 0 0 
5th August 1737 Thomas Byrn Like > 
Owen Dunn Like > 12 0 0 
9th March 1737 
31st July 1738 John Finnegan Vagabond 
11th April 1739 
6th August 1739 John Doyle Like 
John Vardin Like 
Simon Delahunty Like 
James Kelly Petty Larceny 
17th March 1739 
2nd August 1740 James Quin Vagabond > 
David Hardin Like > 18 0 0 
9th March 1740 Thomas Potts Vagabond 
John Cavanagh Grand Larceny 
Edward Roe Vagabond 
15th August 1741 Patrick Mulholland Grand Larceny > 
Neal Daly Like > 36 0 0 
29th March 1742 
28th August 1742 Mary Byrn Vagabond | 
Owen Slaffery Like | 
Edward Dowdall Like > 24 0 0 
Patrick Kinshella Like | 
14th March 1742 Michael Malone Vagabond 
George Fishburn Grand Larceny | 
Thomas Bourk Like | 
Sarah Ryan Like | 
Mary Bourk Like | 
Richard Morres Like > 30 0 0 
Catherine Muckleroy Like | 
James Neal Like | 
Theobald Bourk Like | 
4th August 1743 
-------- 
108 0 0 
King's-County 
25th March 1737 John Frain Vagabond | 
John Careless Like > 19 16 0 
Patrick Moran Like | 
#PAGE 6 
15th August 1737 James Rourk Like 
14th March 1737 James Rourk Grand Larceny | 
John Mc. Daniell Vagabond > 6 0 0 
Barthol. Cormick Grand larceny | 
7th August 1738 30 0 0 
7th April 1739 Thady Mahon Like > 
William Fitzgerald Like > 12 0 0 
30th July 1739 John Connor Vagabond 
Owen Crow Grand Larceny 
21st March 1739 6 0 0 
9th August 1740 
13th March 1740 John Quin Like | 
7th August 1741 Thomas Mc. Daniell Like | 
Alex. Mc. Daniell Like > 18 0 0 
Laughlin Lynan Like | 
2nd April 1742 
25th August 1742 Nicholas Mihin Grand Larceny > 
Thomas Goodale Vagabond > 12 0 0 
18th March 1742 18 0 0 
27th July 1743 Laurence Hand Grand Larceny 6 0 0 
-------- 
127 16 0 
Queen's County 
29th March 1737 
10th August 1737 Patrick Cashan Grand Larceny 
17th March 1737 William Kelly Like 
3rd August 1738 James Cantwell Vagabond > 
John Fitzgerald Like > 20 0 0 
2nd April 1739 Catherine Connor Like | 
William Ellord Perjury | 
Andrew Morrin Grand Larceny > 20 0 0 
Grizel Delany Like | 
2nd August 1739 John Lawler Vagabond | 
Daniel Kelly Grand Larceny > 40 5 7 
Mary Foran Like | 
25th March 1740 Charles Delany Like 18 0 0 
6th August 1740 John Long Vagabond 12 0 0 
7th Nov 1740 Com. Henry Neal Grand Larceny 
of Oyer and 
Terminer Philip Fitzgerald Like 
#PAGE 7 
17th March 1740 Patrick Grandy Like 
Thomas Horahan Like 
4th August 1741 James Bourke Vagabond 
Thomas Horahan Like 
Paul Dunn Like 
Michael Donohoe Like 
6th April 1742 Bryan Connor Vagabond | 
Darby Kelly Grand Larceny > 75 4 6 
Patrick King Like | 
21st August 1742 John Conran 
William Doogan 
Patrick Grace 
Michael Hogan 
Roger Carney | These and the fore-| 
William Delany| going four all con-| 
Thomas Goodwin> victed of felony of>56 0 0 
John Sherlock | death but pardoned | 
| by the government | 
| for transportation | 
22nd March 1742 Patrick Moore Grand Larceny 
Roger Gormill Vagabond 
Joan Butler Grand Larceny 
Dennis Ryan Like 
30th July 1743 Thady Champion Like > 
Edmond Conrahy Vagabond > 26 0 0 
--------- 
267 10 1 
County of Carlow 
4th April 1737 
2nd August 1737 Bryan Donald Vagabond 
Dennis Brennan Like 12 0 0 
23rd March 1737 Daniel Bourk Like 
27th July 1738 
29th March 1739 6 0 0 
9th August 1739 Michael Corran Like 
James Corran Like 
Patrick Synnott Like 
Thomas Reddy Like 
Edm. Reddy Like 
29th March 1740 Edm. Mc. Cabe Like 
30th July 1740 Roger Farrell Like | 
John Brack Like > 18 0 0 
Thomas Brack Like | 
#PAGE 8 
23rd March 1740 Thady Clark Like 
11th August 1740 Charles Toole Like | 
Mich. Martin Like | 
James Doyle Like | 
Matth. Purcell Like > 6 0 0 
Miles King Like | 
10th April 1742 Anne Hoey Like | 
John Nowlan Like | 
Bryan Doran Like 42 0 0 
Dennis Boyle Like 
James Walsh Like 24 0 0 
John Kealy Like 
Will. Lynchy Like 
Edm. Mc. Evary Like 
10th April 1742 Peter Fitzpatrick Vagabond 
Terence Reilly Like 
Tho. Fleming Like | 
18th August 1742 Darby Foley Like | 
Charles Toole Like > 72 0 0 
Mary Byrne Like | 
26th March 1743 
8th August 1743 Edmond Cavanagh Grand Larceny 20 0 0 
-------- 
192 0 0 
County of Kilkenny 
7th April 1737 
28th July 1737 
27th March 1738 Darby Ryan Vagabond 
Walter Butler Like 
John Reddy Like 
James Doran Like 
22nd July 1738 Patrick Kelly Like | 
Andrew Dargan Like | 
Bryan Mc. Guire Like | 
Dennis Ryan Like > 42 0 0 
John Delany Like | 
Michael Kelly Like | 
Patrick Walsh Like | 
22nd March 1738 Pierce Purcell Like | 
James Butler Like | 
Patrick Corkran Like > 6 0 0 
Wm. Donohoe Like | 
#PAGE 9 
11th August 1739 Dennis Madden Grand Larceny 
John Fitzpatrick Like 
Thomas Deerin Like 
2nd April 1740 Bryan Hurly Vagabond 
Joseph Moran Grand Larceny 
24th July 1740 Patrick Magher Vagabond | 
Patrick Farrell Like | 
Joan Reynard Like > 40 0 0 
Pierce Butler Like | 
26th March 1741 Michael Roth Grand Larceny 
Thady Currin Like 
Hugh Bambrick Vagabond 
29th July 1741 John Comerford Like 
James Comerford Like 
Andrew Doyle Like 
Michael Mara Grand Larceny 
John Broderick Grand Larceny 
Patrick Dwyer Like 
Robert Nugent Like 
Rowland Bourk Vagabond 
14th April 1742 Margaret Cavenagh Grand Larceny | 
Wm. Conway Vagabond > 66 0 0 
Darby Kennedy Grand Larceny | 
12th August 1742 Hugh Mc. Daniell Petty Larceny 
Thomas Magrath Like 
Henry Bowles Vagabond 
Richard Fyann Like 
30th March 1743 Richard Carroll Grand Larceny | 
Patrick Grace Like | 
Edmond Bryan Like | 
Thomas Keary Vagabond > 28 0 0 
Timothy Carthy Like | 
Patrick Broder Grand Larceny | 
11th August 1743 
-------- 
182 0 0 
County of the City of Kilkenny 
7th April 1737 
28th July 1737 Mary Morissy Vagabond 6 0 0 
27th March 1738 
19th July 1738 Tho. Carthy Grand Larceny | 
Mary Carthy Like > 15 0 0 
Eliz. Lacy Like | 
#PAGE 10 
22nd March 1738 Tho. Martin Vagabond 5 0 0 
Roger Hart Like 5 0 0 
11th August 1739 
2nd April 1740 Patrick Hosey Grand Larceny 12 0 0 
24th July 1740 Bryan Hogan Vagabond 
Connors Scanlon Grand Larceny 
James Dowling Like 
26th March 1741 Gordan Neal Like > 
Thady Hefferan Vagabond > 24 0 0 
29th July 1741 Patrick Read Grand Larceny 6 0 0 
14th April 1742 Patrick Phelan Vagabond 6 0 0 
12th August 1742 Edmond Hoban Like 6 0 0 
30th March 1743 William Cody Convicted of | 
11th August 1743 felony of death| 
pardoned for > 6 0 0 
transportation | 
------- 
96 0 0 
County of Wexford 
14th April 1737 
22nd July 1737 Cornelius Madden Vagabond | 
Timothy Mc. Daniell Like > 18 0 0 
Patrick Kenny Like | 
4th April 1738 William Ingerdall Petty Larceny 32 8 1 
15th July 1738 Francis Fitzgerald Grand Larceny 
Miles Peake Like 
16th March 1738 Miles Darcy Vagabond 
John Murray Grand Larceny 
Mary Gill Like 
Daniel Murphy Like 
17th August 1739 David Redmond Like | 
Darby Redmond Like | 
William Mc. Cull Grand Larceny | 
Hannah Murphy Vagabond > 18 0 0 
Patrick Barry Like | 
William Stewart Like | 
10th April 1740 Patrick Palliser Grand Larceny 30 9 4 
19th July 1740 Maurice Kelly Vagabond > 
Miles Darcy Like > 24 0 0 
Edmond Prendergast Grand Larceny 
2nd April 1741 Thomas Devereux Petty Larceny | 
Peter Hanton Grand Larceny > 30 0 0 
James Dunphy Like | 
#PAGE 11 
23rd July 1741 Isaac Foster Grand Larceny | 
George Kelly Like | 
James Doyle Like > 18 0 0 
Peter Dunn Like | 
21st April 1742 Benjamin Shaw Vagabond > 
James Fever Like > 12 0 0 
-------- 
182 17 5 
6th August 1742 Twenty persons presented 
this assizes and ordered 
for transportation, but 
all drowned in their 
passage from Wexford to 
Dublin, therefore no 
money presented 
7th April 1743 Andrew Fortune Grand Larceny 
Murtagh Doyle Vagabond 
Laurence Connick Like 
17th August 1737 Patrick Mc. Daniell Grand Larceny 
James Mc. Daniell Like 
County of Wicklow 
19th April 1737 Thomas Jackson Vagabond 
Terence Byrne Like 
William Kenny Like 
18th July 1737 18 0 0 
10th April 1738 Edmond Boyne Grand Larceny 
10th July 1738 James Genarty Vagabond 
12th March 1738 John Keoghoe Grand Larceny 
Charles Byrne Like 
23rd August 1739 12 0 0 
14th April 1740 Richard Dunn Grand Larceny 6 0 0 
15th July 1740 Michael Fitzharris Vagabond 
9th April 1741 Hugh Lacey Like 
Patrick Mc. Atee Like 
Patrick Durass Like 
Edmund Nowlan Like 
Morgan Byrne Grand Larceny 
George Cullen Like 
Daniel Keoghoe Like 
17th July 1741 Patrick Mc. Cann Like 
Charles Kealy Like 
#PAGE 12 
Edmund Kennedy Like 
Patrick Bourke Like 
Owen Mc. Daniell Like 
27th April 1742 John Doyle Like | 
John Reynolds Vagabond | 
Terence Murphy Grand Larceny > 60 0 0 
Richard Kerwan Vagabond | 
2nd August 1742 Sarah Donelly Petty Larceny 
12th April 1743 Margaret Nowlan Grand Larceny | 
James Byrne Vagabond | 
Michael Doyle Petty Larceny > 72 0 0 
Elizabeth Dunn Vagabond | 
23rd August 1743 Joan Mc. Namara Like 23 0 0 
-------- 
191 0 0 
I Do hereby certify that in the foregoing sheets are contained 
a list of all convict felons and vagabonds who have been 
ordered for transportation for these seven years last past, as 
also the several sums of money presented for those purposes 
in the several counties of Kildare, King's County, Queen's 
County, Carlow, Kilkenny, County of the City of Kilkenny, Wexford 
and Wicklow, in the Province of Leinster. 
Dated this nineteenth day of 
November 1743 
Thomas Kanning deputy Clerk of the Crown. 
County of Westmeath 
A List of all convicted felons and vagabonds who have been ordered 
for transportation for seven years last past in the several Counties 
of Westmeath and Longford in the north-west circuit of Ulster and 
province of Leinster. 
Dates of assizes Persons orderd for For what crime Money pre- 
for sented for 
transportation that purpose 
l. s. d. 
14th March 1736-7 18 0 0 
26th Sept. 1737 Patrick Prendergast Vagabond 
James Donoghoe Like 
Daniel Daly Like 
James Mulligan Like 
James Blunt Like 
John Ward Like 
Michael Gray Like 
William Mulligan Like 
#PAGE 13 
6th March 1737 James Wheelaghan Like 
Cormick Murray Like 
1st August 1738 John Connor Like 
Peter Carton Like 
12th March 1738 Thomas Slevan Like 
Connor Mc. Dermott Like 
Jane Mathews Grand Larceny 
Ellenor Nugent Like 
Patrick Mc. Dermott Vagabond 
Patrick Flanagan Like 
John Mc. Avoy Like 
Daniel Mc. Carren Like 
13th August 1739 Baldwin Potter Like 
Peter Kelly Like 
John Harrick Like 
George Macken Like 
Henry Dalton Like 
Michael Keatinge Like 
Honor Molloy Like 
Ellenor Naughton Like 
Margaret Naughton Like 
11th March 1739 Alex. Mc. Donnell Grand Larceny 
31st July 1740 James Mc. Donnell Grand Larceny 
11th March 1740 Ann Kean Like 
5th August 1741 Francis Cassedy Vagabond 
Henry Dalton Like 
Dennis Heyland Like 
Patrick Nary Like 
James Dungan Like 
John Kelly Like 
5th August 1741 Dennis Kelly Like 
Bryan Kelly Like 
Peter Bowen Like 
James Cavanagh Like 
James Finlay Like 
Miles Kearnan Like 
22nd April 1742 William Gibbons Like 
Hugh Slevin Grand Larceny 
Thomas Reilly Vagabond | 
Christopher Manny Like | 
John Hall Like | 
David Golding Like | 
Henry Hyland Like > 64 0 0 
Thady Mc. Manus Like | 
Andrew Manny Like | 
#PAGE 14 
24th August 1742 Laurence Whyte Like | 
Roger Farrell Grand Larceny 104 0 0 
Matthew Mc. Donnell Vagabond 
Patrick Mc. Donnell Like 
Peter Griver Like 
1st April 1742 James Gordon Grand Larceny 24 0 0 
10th August 1743 Patrick Kearnan Like 
-------- 
270 0 0 
County of Longford 
22nd September 1737 18 0 0 
10th March 1737 Ellinor Power Grand Larceny 6 0 0 
7th August 1738 Patrick Slevin Vagabond 
Owen Mc. Cabe Like 
James Quin Like 
21st March 1738 James Mc. Naboe Grand Larceny 4 0 0 
20th August 1739 8 0 0 
17th March 1739 Laurence Angley Like 
4th August 1740 4 10 0 
16th March 1740 
10th August 1741 Thomas Needham Vagabond 
Patrick Noonan Like 
Patrick Brogan Like 
Thady Hanly Petty Larceny 
Patrick Mulledy Vagabond 
17th April 1742 Patrick Kenny Like 18 0 0 
30th August 1742 12 0 0 
29th March 1743 ------- 
16th August 1743 70 10 0 
I Do hereby certify that in the foregoing sheets there are 
contained a list of all convict felons and vagabonds who have 
been ordered for transportation for these seven years last past, 
as also the several sums of money presented for those purposes 
in the Counties of Westmeath and Longford in the north-west 
circuit of Ulster, and province of Leinster. 
Dated this nineteenth of 
November 1743 
Thomas Kanning, deputy Clerk of the Crown. 
County of Corke [Cork?] 
A List of several convict felons and vagabonds ordered for 
transportation, for whom money was raised on the said County, and 
the several sums raised for that purpose for these seven years last 
past. 
#PAGE 15 
The respective Names of convicts Sums raised and to l. 
assizes felons and vaga- whom ordered 
bonds ordered for 
transportation 
Lent assizes. 
24th March, 1736 John Dawley | 
Cornelius Coughlan | 
Richard Hagarty | 
John Street | Seventy pounds to 
Honor Crotty > William Delaboide 70 
John Shaggareen | 
als. Berry | 
James English | 
John Sullivan | 
Daniel Crowley | 
Timothy Duane | 
Joanna Carthy | Seventy pounds to 
Charles Crowley > William Delaboide 70 
John Connor | 
Dennis Sullivan | 
otherwise Cullitagh| 
Same assizes William Connor > Eight pounds to 
Patrick Roach > William Sweet 8 
Summer assizes No money presented 
1st August 1737 
Lent assizes No money presented 
18th March 1737-8 Timothy Carthy | 
Summer assizes. Owen Sheehy | 
25th July 1738 Bartholomew Garalaght | 
John Bryan | Fifty-four pounds 
Patrick Gould > to William Sullivan 54 
Thomas Walsh | 
Timothy Shea | 
Samuel Price | 
Michael Nunane | 
Same assizes John Bennet Four pounds to 
Mary Fitzgerald Samuel Lowthen 4 
Lent assizes Timothy Connell 
10th April 1739 John Murphy 
Lent assizes Mary Bryan | Twenty-one pounds to 
John Murhahy | Robert Williamson for 
Robert Morcarty > these and foregoing 
James Kelly | three 21 
#PAGE 16 
Same assizes Philip Hauraham | Twelve pounds to 
James Pickett > John Baldwin 12 
William Roach | 
Summer assizes No money presented 
16th August 1739 
Lent assizes No money presented 
22nd March 1739-40 
Summer assizes No money presented 
29th July 1740 
Lent assizes No money presented 
17th March 1740 
Summer assizes James Kelly 
27th July 1741 John Harrington 
Mary Fitzgerald 
Dennis Carty 
Summer assizes Catherine Hamilton | 
27th July 1741 Teigue Bryen | 
John Ryan | 
Peter Murphy | 
Daniel Cullane | 
Timothy Connell | Fifty-four pounds to 
John Murphy | Robert Williamson for 
Margaret Crimmeen > those and the four 
Matthew Bright | foregoing 54 
John Merrihy | 
Mary Bryan | 
John Lemmee | 
Robert Moriarty | 
Darby Murphy | 
Same assizes Margaret Sullivan | 
Thomas Adams | 
James Mahony | 
Darby Driscoll | 
John Carthy | 
Timothy Leary | 
John Sullivan | 
Nathaniel Williams > Fifty pounds to ditto 50 
Pierce Butler | 
Chatherine Barrett | 
Philip Murphy | 
John Smith | 
Cornelius Crimmeen | 
John Long | 
#PAGE 17 
Lent assizes Timothy Murphy | 
31st March 1742 David Dillane | 
Richard Hennesy | 
Catherine Buchilly | 
Joan Nihane | One hundred and 
Malachi Madden | fifty-five pounds to 
Daniel Hagarty | Robert Travers for 
James Connell other-| these and the 
wise John Sheehan > fifteen following 155 
Dennis Crowley | 
Edmund Mulcahy | 
Owen Hickey | 
Daniel Murphy | 
John Shealy | 
William Johnson | 
Timothy Dawly | 
Michael Forrest | 
Lent assizes Teigue Murphy 
31st March 1742 Charles Regan 
Daniel Sullivan 
Daniel Donovan 
Michael Coskry 
John Sheelan 
Dennis Mullane 
Michael Murphy 
Dennis Commane 
Dennis Bryen 
John Roache 
Thomas Sheehan 
Maurice Spillane 
Timothy Coskry 
John Bourke 
Summer assizes 
20th August 1742 No money presented 
Lent assizes Darby Mahony | 
18th March 1742-3 Dennis Driscoll | 
Patrick Sheehan | 
Ellenor Sullivan | 
Cornelins Donahoe | 
. Daniel Scannell | 
John Connor | Sixty pounds to 
Timothy Regan > Robert Williamson 60 
Timothy Donohoe | 
David Condon | 
Timothy Carroll | 
John Ronan | 
#PAGE 18 
Michael Holland | 
Thomas Fitzgerald | 
Patrick Rayne | 
Summer assizes Patrick Lynchy | 
9th August 1743 Cornelius Grany | 
Maurice Killigott | 
John Connor | 
Patrick Lewis | 
Daniel Bryan | Eighty pounds to 
Darby Collins | Robert Williamson for 
John Barry > these and the six 
John Donoghoe | following 80 
Nicholas Kearny | 
Julian Murphy | 
Ellenor Cahane | 
Ellenor Roache | 
Elizabeth Ivers | 
Summer assizes Catherine Sullivan 
9th August 1743 Margaret Linnahane 
Ellenor Ginnanane 
Margaret Jones 
Catherine Harrington 
Mary Shannahane 
---- 
Total 566 
County of Corke I Certify that this is a true list of all convict 
[Cork?], To wit. felons and vagabonds ordered for transportation 
for these seven years last past, and that the 
sums in said list were raised for those purposes. 
Dated this thirteenth day of December 1743. 
John Purdon, Clk. Cor. 
City and County of the City of Corke [Cork?] 
A List of all convict felons and vagabonds who have been ordered 
transportation in and for the City of Corke [Cork?] for these 
seven years last past, with an account of what money hath been 
raised for those purposes. 
At a general assizes and William Knockins > Presented 
general goal delivery held Ann Mc. Daniell > as vagabonds 
for the County of said 
City the twenty-fifth of 
August 1736. 
#PAGE 19 
Elizabeth Keeff | 
otherwise | At the same assizes the sum 
Lynchy | of twelve pounds was raised 
Julian Croneen | Convict and ordered to be paid to 
James Barrett > Felons John Baldwin, Esq., for 
Darby Lyne | transporting to America 
Tim. Sullivan | Winnefred Kelly, Miles 
otherwise | Sweeny and Dennis Mahony 
Randam | otherwise Saxon, felons 
convicted at the last 
John Collins | assizes. 
William | Presented 
Fitzgerald | by the At an assizes held the 
Dan. Hennelly > grand jury sixteenth of August 1739. 
otherwise Duff | as 
Susanna Crowly | vagabonds Maurice Heas | Convict 
Timothy Deashiah > felons 
At the same assizes, the sum Ellenor Mohony | 
of thirty pounds was raised Mary Ryan other- | 
and ordered to be paid for wise Sweeny | Presented 
William Delahoide for Margaret > as 
transporting to America John Fitzgerald | vagabonds 
Fitzgerald, James Murphy, otherwise Ryan | 
Daniel Donovan, Margaret Patrick Ryan | 
Donohoe, Joan Croneen other- William Ryan | 
wise Murphy and Thomas Dyer 
otherwise John Keef, six At an assizes held the twenty- 
felons convicted at a former second of March 1739 
assizes. 
At a Sessions of Oyer and Margaret Hurly | 
Terminer held for the George Armstrong | Convict 
County of said City the William Sexton > felons 
eighteenth of November 1736. Florence Carthy | 
Elizabeth Carroll| 
John Vaughan | 
Mary Bastard | John Boyle | Presented 
Jane Carroll | otherwise Bryan > as 
Mary Minister | John Finally | vagabonds 
John Godfrey | 
otherwise | At the same assizes the sum of 
Magrath | thirty-nine pounds was raised 
Rickard Donovan | Felons and ordered to be paid to 
Ann Murphy > convict Robert Williamson for trans- 
otherwise | porting to America Timothy 
Lombard | Denashiah, Mary Ryan, Margaret 
Julian Sullivan | Ryan, William Ryan, Maurice Heas, 
#PAGE 20 
Michael | Ellenor Mahony, William 
otherwise | Knockins, Mary Harrington, Rose 
William Kent | Nagle, Cornelius Donoghoe, 
John Murphy | Thomas Keareen, John Kelly and 
William Fitzgerald, felons and 
Bryan Carrick | Presented vagabonds under rules of 
Darby Clearly > as transportation. 
| Vagabonds 
At an assizes held the twenty- 
At an assizes held the ninth of July 1740. 
twenty-fourth of March 1736. 
Owen Callaghan | Convict 
Maurice Bryan | Call. Mc. Callaghan > felons 
otherwise Gillane| Joan Lynch | 
Philip Daunt the | 
elder | Felons Joan Coleman | Presented 
Phil. Daunt the > convict Richard Seehane > as 
younger | Thomas Healy | vagabonds 
Mary Daunt | 
Dennis Kelly | At an assizes held the seventeenth 
of March 1740. 
The same assizes the sum of 
seventy three pounds ten Catherine Sweeny, Ellenor Kealiner, 
shillings was raised and Elizabeth Murphy, Honor Cavenagh, 
ordered to be paid to otherwise Welsh, Honor Scannell, 
William Delahoide for trans- Ellenor Magher, Mary Hickey other- 
porting to America Mary wise Meany, otherwise Jane Hicks, 
Bastard, Mary Minister, John Julian Purcell. 
Godfrey otherwise Magrath, 
Rickard Donovan, Julian All being in custody under 
Croneen, James Barrot, sentence of death for divers 
Darby Lyne, Timothy felonies by them committed, and 
Sullivan otherwise being reprieved for several years 
Randam, William past, at this assizes, severally 
Fitzgerald, John Crawly, pleaded his Majesty's pardon 
Bridget Kennelly, Michael conditionally to be transported, 
Eyers, Daniel Kennelly, John and they were ordered to be trans- 
Collins, Susannah Crowly, ported accordingly. 
William Lyne otherwise Lyons 
Henry Jacques, John Sullivan, Michael Collins | 
Ann Murphy, otherwise Morgan Gallery > Convict 
Lombard, Julian Sullivan Lewis Leary | felons 
and Michael, otherwise 
William Kent, twenty-one Garret Connor | 
felons and vagabonds. otherwise Bane | Convict 
John Lee > felons 
#PAGE 21 
At an assizes held the Margaret Bush | 
first of August 1737. 
Margaret Healy | Presented 
John Mortimore | Presented otherwise Bryan > as 
James Twomey | as Roger Connor | vagabonds 
George Stanley > vagabonds 
Mary Guily | At the same assizes the sum of 
thirty-five pounds were raised and 
At the same assizes the sum ordered to be paid to George Fuller 
of three pounds ten the younger and William Clarke, 
shillings was raised and Esqs. Sheriffs, for transporting 
ordered to be paid to John to America, Ellenor Kealiher, 
Baldwin for transporting Elizabeth Murphy, Honor Cavenagh, 
to America Maurice Bryan, otherwise Welsh, Honor Scannell, 
otherwise Gillane, a felon Ellenor Magher, Mary Hickey 
convicted at the last otherwise Meany otherwise Jane 
assizes, and seventeen Hicks and Julian Purcell, felons 
pounds ten shillings under rules of transportation. 
raised to be paid William 
Delahoide for transporting At an assizes held the twenty- 
Bryan Carrick, Phil. seventh of July, 1741. 
[Philip?] Daunt the elder 
and younger, and Mary Maurice Fitzgerald > Convict 
Daunt and Dennis Kelly Ellenor Dawley > felons 
Owen Culloghty | 
otherwise Kilty | Presented 
At an assizes held the John Scannel the elder > as 
eighteenth of March 1737. John Scannel the young-| vagabonds 
er | 
George Austen | 
| Convicted Patrick Raines | 
Catherine | of Perjury At the same assizes the sum of three 
the wife of | and pounds was raised and ordered to be 
James Murphy > ordered to paid George Fuller the younger, Esq., 
| be trans- one of the Sheriffs, for transporting 
| ported to America Catherine Sweeny who was 
under the rule of transportation, and 
Barbara Bourke> Convict and also the sum of seventy-five pounds 
Joan Browne > felons sterling, was presented and ordered to 
be paid Robert Williamson, for trans- 
Patrick Byrne | porting to America Michael Collins, 
Joan Wheeler | Lewis Leary, Garret Connor, John Lee, 
James Barron | Presented Roger Connor, Cornelius Sheehan, 
Ellen Connor > as Margaret Bryan, Margaret Bourke, 
otherwise | vagabonds Morgan Gallery, Cornelius Donaghoe, 
Reaper | Thomas Keareen, John Kelly, William 
#PAGE 22 
Joan Lynchy | Fitzgerald, Owen Callaghan, 
Callaghan MacCallaghan, Joan Lynch, 
At the same assizes the sum John Coleman, Richard Sheehane, 
of fourteen pounds was William Sexton, Elizabeth Carroll, 
raised and ordered to be Joan Field, Margaret Hurly, John 
paid to William Rickotts Bryan, George Armstrong and 
for transporting to America Florence Carthy, who were under 
John Murphy, John Vaughan, rules of transportation. 
George Stanley and Mary At an assizes held the thirty-first 
Guily, four felons and of March 1742. 
vagabonds under rules of Jeremiah Mahony | 
transportation. Cat.Dogherty other-| 
wise Prendergast | 
Bridget Clarke | Convict 
At an assizes held the James Shinnick > felons 
twenty-fifth of July 1738. John Shinnick | 
Dennis Mc. Carthy | 
Charles Carthy | 
Den. Mahony | 
otherwise | Convict John Hennessy | 
Saxon > felons Barthol. Bourke | Presented 
Winifred Kelly| Edmond Keane > as 
Miles Sweeny | Darby Madden | vagabonds 
Charles Sullivan | 
John Parker | Presented Richard Flemming | 
otherwise > as a Mary Benson | 
Flanagan | vagabond At the same assizes the sum of 
twenty-eight pounds was raised and 
At the same assizes the sum ordered to be paid to Robert 
thirteen pounds fifteen Travers. Esq., for transporting to 
shillings was raised and America John Scannell the elder, 
ordered to be paid to John Scannel the younger, Owen 
Horatio Townsend Esq., for Culloghty, George Austin, Pat. Raines, 
transporting to America, Maurice Fitzgerald and Ellenor Dawley, 
Barbara Bourke, Joan were under rules for transportation. 
Browne, Catherine the At an assizes held the sixteenth 
wife of James Murphy, of August 1742. 
James Barron and Patrick John Lynchy | Convict 
Byrn, under rules of James Bryan other-> felons 
transportation the last wise Sowny | 
assizes. John Dawly | 
John Mahony > Presented as 
At an assizes held the > a vagabond 
tenth of April 1739. At the same assizes the sum of fifty- 
six pounds was raised and ordered to 
Mary Harrington| be paid to Robert Travers, Esq., for 
#PAGE 23 
Rose Nagle | transporting to America, [. . . torn] 
Cornelius | Convict Mahony, Catherine Doherty, otherwise 
Donoghoe > felons Prendergast, Bridget Clarke, James 
Thomas Keareen | Shinnick, John Shinnick, Dennis 
John Kelly | McCarthy, Charles Carthy, John 
William | Hennessy, Barth. Bourke, Edmond Keane, 
Fitzgerald | Richard Flemming, Charles Sullivan, 
Darby Madden and Mary Benson, who 
were under rules of transportation. 
At an assizes held he eighteenth of 
[NEXT COLUMN] March 1742. 
John Dwyer convict felon 
Barthol. Kelly | 
Anstace Owens | 
otherwise Gow | Presented as 
Margaret Middleton> vagabonds 
otherwise Barrett | 
John Croneen | 
John Ryan | 
John Darrag | 
At an assizes held the ninth of 
August 1743. 
John Macknamara | 
Philip Corkeran | Convict 
Joan Barrett > felons 
Catherine Lycett | 
At the same assizes the sum of 
twenty-four pounds was raised and 
ordered to be paid to Robert 
Williamson for transporting to 
America, John Mahony, John Dawly, 
John Dwyer, James Bryan, John 
Lynchy and John Murphy, who 
were ordered to be transported 
at a former assizes. 
County of the Russell Wood, gentleman, deputy Clerk of the 
City of Corke Crown of the City of Corke [Cork?], this day 
hath made diligent search amongst the records 
of the Crown office of the said City, and that the foregoing 
list is, to the best of his judgment and belief, a true and 
full list of all and every the convict felons and vagabonds 
who have been ordered for transportation within the said City 
for these seven years past, with a true and full account of 
what money hath been raised for those purposes. 
Sworn before me at the City of Corke [Cork?] the 
#PAGE 24 
twenty-ninth day of November, 1743. 
Randall Westtrop, Mayor. 
City and County of the City of Limerick 
A List of all convict felons and vagabonds who were ordered 
for transportation out of the County of the City of Limerick, 
with an account of the money raised for those purposes. 
1 Joan Brenan a felon To the Sheriffs for trans- l. 
2 Bridget Shanahan a felon porting three persons 17 
3 Edward Charlton vagabond To them for transporting 
4 Edward Hammon vagabond Edward Charleton 5 
5 William Lynch vagabond To them for transporting 
6 Same, Edward Charleton on a two persons 12 
return To them for transporting 
7 David Glassan a felon David Glassen 6 
8 John Kean a felon To them for transporting 
9 John Hennessy vagabond two persons 12 
10 Thomas Conners a felon To them for transporting 
11 Patrick Higgins a felon three persons 9 
12 Honour Campbell a felon --- 
61 
Search being made amongst the pleas of the Crown in the Crown- 
office of the City and County of the City of Limerick, I find 
that the twelve persons in the foregoing schedule mentioned, 
have been, at the several assizes held for the said City and 
County of the said City within seven years before the tenth 
day of November instant, ordered to be transported into some 
of his Majesty's plantations in America, and that the 
several sums in the other schedule before mentioned, amount- 
ing to sixty-one pounds Sterling, were within the time 
aforesaid ordered to be raised on the said City and County 
of the said City for transporting the said felons and 
vagabonds, which I certify this sixth day of December, 
1743. 
George Peacock, deputy Clerk of the Crown. 
County of Limerick 
A List of all convict felons and vagabonds transported from 
the County of Limerick for the seven years before the tenth 
day of November 1743, with an account of the several sums 
paid for their transportation. 
#PAGE 25 
Assizes eleventh of April 1737 Assizes ninth of April 1740 
Assizes twentieth of July 1737 Assizes sixteenth of July 1740 
1 Honor Rierdan felon 29 Mary Sullivan felon 
2 Thomas Lynch felon 
3 Catherine Brien felon Assizes fourth of March 1740 
Assizes seventh of April 1738 30 Owen Cleary vagabond 
4 John Neal felon Summer Assizes 1741 
5 Honor Haly felon 31 William Rourke vagabond 
6 Thomas Orchard felon 32 Cornelius Callaghan felon 
7 Mary Neal felon 
8 James Collopy vagabond Assizes twenty-second of 
April 1742 
Assizes twelfth of July 1738 33 John Ready 
34 John Farrell 
10 James Fitzgerald felon 35 John Dwyer felon 
11 Gillen Shea vagabond 36 John Gaffney vagabond 
12 Catherine Carty vagabond 37 James Healy vagabond 
13 Catherine Dawley vagabond 38 Darby Hannon vagabond 
14 Daniel Callaghan vagabnod 39 Connor O'Conner felon 
40 Maurice Commane felon 
Assizes twenty-eighth of March 41 Connor Caffoe felon 
1739 42 Maurice Gibbon vagabond 
15 Brian Carroll > 43 Thomas Fraly vagabond 
otherwise Oultagh >felon 44 Daniel Nealan vagabond 
16 Joan Barry felon 45 Thomas Nealan vagabond 
17 Timothy Knavin vagabond 46 Francis Tracy vagabond 
18 Catherine Knavin felon 47 Honora Connel felon 
19 James Courcey felon 48 Daniel Hickie vagabond 
20 Laurence English vagabond 49 James Heffernan vagabond 
21 Mary English vagabond 50 Joan Sheaghan felon 
22 Owen Hogan vagabond 51 Laurence Sheaghan vagabond 
23 Edmond Wade vagabond 52 Michael Griffith vagabond 
24 Terence Fogarty felon 53 Ellenor Croneen vagabond 
54 Maurice Stack vagabond 
Assizes fourth of September Summer Assizes 1742 
1739 55 John Currane felon 
56 John Cough other-> 
25 John Russel vagabond wise Riery > vagabond 
26 Joseph Kirk felon Assizes seventeenth April 1743 
27 Edmond Power vagabond 57 Darby Daly vagabond 
28 Sarah Ryan other-> 58 John Barragan felon 
wise Dulagh > vagabond 59 Edmond Doyle felon 
60 Patrick Shea felon 
#PAGE 26 
l. s. d. 
Assizes. To William Bourke Sub-sheriff, for 
20th July 1737 repairing the goal [gaol?], trans- 
porting two felons and erecting a 
gallows 36 15 10 
Assizes. To William Bourke Sub-sheriff, for 
7th April 1738 gibetting Daniel Ready, transport- 
ing two persons and transmitting 
felons 31 1 10 
Assizes. 
28th March 1739 To John Bourke late Sub-sheriff, 
for transporting several persons 
and transmitting several felons 100 4 3 
Assizes. To Hugh Massy Sub-sheriff, for 
4th September 1739 transporting ten felons and 
vagabonds 60 0 0 
Assizes. To Peter Felan for transporting 
16th July 1740 five felons and vagabonds, trans- 
mitting prisoners and erecting a 
new gallows 50 0 0 
Summer To William Bourke Sub-sheriff, for 
Assizes transporting twenty felons and 
1742 vagabonds, transmitting prisoners 
and prosecuting constables 60 0 0 
--------- 
338 1 11 
Search being made amongst the pleas of the Crown in the Crown- 
office of the County of Limerick, I find that at the several 
assizes held in and for the said County within seven years 
before the tenth day of November instant the sixty persons in 
the annexed schedule mentioned, were ordered to be transported 
into some of his Majesty's plantations in America as felons 
and vagabonds, and that the several sums in the above schedule 
mentioned, amounting to three hundred and thirty-eight pounds 
one shilling and eleven pence sterling, were within the time 
aforesaid, ordered to be raised on the said County for 
transporting felons and vagabonds, and for the other services 
and uses to the said sums in the said schedule severally 
mentioned, which I certify this twenty-fourth day of 
November 1743. 
George Peacock, Dep. Cl. Cr. 
County of Kerry 
A List of all convict felons and vagabonds who have been ordered 
for transportation in the County of Kerry for these seven years 
#PAGE 27 
last past, with an account of what money hath been raised for 
those purposes, commencing April assizes 1736. 
Assizes sixteenth April 1736. Raised for transporting l. s. d. 
Maurice Savane and Thomas Savane felons convict, 
ordered for transportation 9 18 7 
Assizes fifth April 1737. For transporting, transmitting 
and guarding William Howran a felon convict, ordered 
for transportation 6 10 0 
At the same assizes. For transporting James Stack, 
Charles Crowly, John Connor, Cornelius Shea and Joan 
Carthy vagabonds, presented and ordered for 
transportation 30 0 0 
Assizes twenty-sixth July 1737. For transporting James 
Marshall and James Agherine, felons convict, 
presented for mercy and ordered for transportation 10 0 0 
Presented then for the charges of transmitting them 2 0 1 
Assizes eighteenth July 1738. For transporting Owen 
Sweeny, John Mc. Loughlin otherwise Oltagh and Darby 
Downey, felons convict, presented for mercy and 
ordered for transportation, and for charges of 
transmitting them 18 18 8 
Assizes fourth April 1739. For transporting John 
Mc. Jeffry Connell and Daniel Killeghane convicts, 
under the like order, and charges of transmitting 
them 14 10 10 
Assizes nineteenth August 1739. For transporting and 
charges of transmitting Daniel Callaghan, Dennis 
Downey, John Bromehane and Ally Noonane convicts 
under like order 26 2 6 
Assizes twenty-second July 1740. For transporting 
Dennis Connor otherwise Gunskagh, Daniel Frenighty, 
Thomas Doolin, Maurice Doolin, Darby Sullivan, 
Charles Rahelly, Dennis Sweeny and Mary Griffin 
convicts under like order 40 0 0 
For charges of transmitting them to Corke [Cork?] 7 17 3 
Assizes eleventh March 1741. For transporting 
Matthias Gallavan, Thomas Paradine, Owen Ferris, 
Dermot Collity, Michael Collity, James Bourke, 
Cornelius Donoghoe, Teigue Dinaghy and Daniel Dinaghy 
convicts and vagabonds under like order 45 0 0 
Expenses of transmitting them 8 19 6 
Assizes twelfth August 1741. For transporting and 
charges of transmitting Patrick Connor, Darby Connor, 
Timothy Connor, John Sullivan, Dennis Sullivan, Dennis 
Spillane, James Mulcare and John Stack otherwise 
#PAGE 28 
Crosbie vagabonds presented and ordered for 
transportation 49 12 0 
Assizes fifth April 1742. For transporting Garret Joy, 
John Deneen, Hugh Brosnehane, Thomas Bryan, John 
Hease, John Dillane, Maurice Cullane, Florence 
Scannell and David Sheghane vagabonds under order 55 0 0 
Assizes tenth August 1742. For transporting Daniel 
Buohilly, Daniel Breene, Thomas Millone, John Bryan, 
Dennis Shea, Murtogh Shea, Timothy Managheene, Daniel 
Quirk, Ellenor Mohill otherwise Quirk, Cornelius Lyne 
and Cornelius Launy convicts and vagabonds ordered 
for transportation 55 0 0 
Raised for expences [expenses?] and charges of 
transmitting them 11 1 0 
Assizes first of April 1743. For transporting Morgan 
Sweeny, Ellenor Connor, Mary Mansfield and Catherine 
Fitzgerald vagabonds ordered for transportation 20 0 0 
Raised for charges and expences [expenses?] of 
transmitting them 3 0 0 
--------- 
Total money raised 413 10 4 
Total persons 68 
No money was presented for those purposes at the last assizes. 
Dated the seventeenth of November 1743. 
Francis Cashell, deputy Clerk of the Crown 
for the County of Kerry. 
County of Tipperary 
A List of all convict felons and vagabonds who have been ordered 
for transportation for these seven years last past, with an account 
of what money hath been raised for these purposes on said County, to 
commence the twenty-seventh of March 1736, to the thirtieth of July 
1743, inclusive. 
John Fitzgerald William Dwyer Martin Carew 
Edmond Kinneseak Nicholas Blake James Slattery 
William Hamerton James Blake Darby Heas 
Edmond Bourke Michael Broder John Heas 
John Herns otherwise Broderick Patrick Ryan 
Richard Powell Michael Diwane William Bolan 
Teigue Bryan other- Darby Hylan John Bolan 
wise Mc. John Thomas Dehony John Looby 
Anthony Dwyer John Ryan Patrick Dalton 
Edmond Power James Carrigan John Marry 
Morres Hylahan Daniel Lawler Darby Slattery 
Catherine Leary Daniel Collins William Dunn 
#PAGE 29 
otherwise Glisan Margaret Brien William Ryan other- 
Patrick Grady Mary Davis wise Stuokagh 
Roger Sheehy Daniel Carthy Philip Trassy 
Edmond Cummin Edmund Kennedy Teigue Higgins 
John Proctor Dennis Brien Thomas Nowlan 
John Geagin Maurice Bolon William Kennedy 
Darby Spillane John Ryan Edmund Meagher 
Michael Hackett James Prendergast John Ryan 
John Flinn John Hackett Martin Cleary 
Connor Quin David Haly Thomas Cleary 
Morgan Dogherty Thomas Hogan Stephen Brien 
John Fowley James Flannigan Daniel Mahony 
John Reily Pierce Flannigan William Meagher 
William Armstrong John English Michael Hogan 
James Glissan Edward Hanlan Robert Shorthell 
Margaret Bryan Daniel Mooney Philip Hollaghan 
Edmond Flynn Teigue Hough Edmund Bourke 
Daniel Crawley Patrick Byrn William Haraghton 
Thomas Green John Brown 
Catherine Nugent Thomas Carew 
Search being made amongst the pleas of the Crown for the 
County of Tipperary, I find and certify that the several 
respective persons in the annexed schedule have been ordered 
for transportation as above set forth, and that the sum of 
three hundred and one pounds four shillings and six pence 
sterling hath been presented and raised on said County for 
that purpose. Dated this ninth day of December 1743. 
Samuel Waller, Clerk of the Crown for the 
County of Tipperary 
County of Waterford 
A List of the several convict felons and vagabonds ordered for 
transportation, for whom money was raised on the said County, 
and the several sums raised for that purpose for those seven 
years last past. 
Names of the convict 
felons and vagabonds 
ordered for trans- 
Respective assizes portation l. 
Lent assizes. John Connor | Eighteen pounds to 
14th March 1736-7 Thomas Corban | Beverly Usher and 
Honor Cahane > Henry Mason Esqrs. 18 
John Greehy | 
#PAGE 30 
Summer assizes. 
12th August 1737 Philip Caffoe Five pounds to ditto 5 
Lent assizes. David Kelly | 
6th March 1737-8 Lewis Welsh | 
Patrick Supple > Twenty pounds to ditto 20 
Daniel Bane other- | 
wise Kennedy | 
Summer assizes. No person presented 
8th August 1738 for transportation 
Lent assizes. John Condon | 
17th March 1738-9 Daniel Murphy > Fifteen pounds to ditto 15 
Edmund Connor | 
Summer assizes. No person presented 
6th August 1739 for transportation 
Lent assizes. Patrick Galavan > 
12th March 1739-40 Darby Dunn > No sum 
Summer assizes. John Mulcahy | 
11th August 1740 Daniel Kearin > Fifteen pounds to ditto 15 
Darby Mulcahy | 
Lent assizes. Hugh Tallon | 
6th April 1741 Michael Mulcahy > Fifteen pounds to ditto 15 
Richard Power | 
Summer assizes. Maurice Norris | 
15th July 1741 James Tobin | 
Michael Hallinan | Fifty pounds to ditto 
Darby Quinlan > for these and the five 50 
Edmund Costello | following 
Summer assizes. John Bourke 
15th July 1741 David Norris 
Darby Dooling 
John Egan 
Martin Fogarty 
John Scannell 
Lent assizes. David Power | 
17th March 1741-2 Edmond Lynch | Thirty-five pounds to 
John Connell > Beverly Usher and Henry 35 
Patrick Cullue | Mason, Esqrs. 
John Beacon | 
Mary Crotty 
Summer assizes. Michael Whelan > 
6th September 1742 John Reily > Fifteen pounds to ditto 15 
Lent assizes. 
5th March 1742-3 John Fahy Five pounds to ditto 5 
Summer assizes. None presented for trans- 
27th July 1743 portation nor no sums 
raised 
Total L. 183 
#PAGE 31 
County of I Certify that the above is a true list of all convict 
Waterford felons and vagabonds who have been ordered for trans- 
portation for these seven years last past, and that the 
above sums were raised for those purposes. Dated the 13th day of 
December 1743. 
John Purdon, Clk. Cor. 
County of the City of Waterford 
A List of all convict felons and vagabonds ordered for transport- 
ation for these seven years last past, with an account of what money 
hath been raised for those purposes for those seven years last past. 
Names of the convict 
felons and vagabonds 
The respective ordered for trans- Sums raised and 
assizes portation to whom ordered l. 
Lent assizes Edmund Roache 
14th March 1736-7 Patrick Grady No money raised 
Summer assizes No person presented 
12th August 1737 for transportation No money raised 
Lent assizes No person presented 
6th March 1737-8 for transportation No money raised 
Summer assizes No person presented 
8th August 1738 for transportation No money raised 
Lent assizes No person presented 
17th March 1738-9 for transportation No money raised 
Summer assizes No person presented 
6th August 1739 for transportation No money raised 
Lent assizes 
12th March 1739-40 Darby Sullivan Five pounds to 
Francis Barker and 5 
William Price 
Summer assizes No person presented 
11th August 1740 for transportation No money raised 
Lent assizes John Walsh | 
6th April 1741 Charles Banfield > Thirteen pounds to 
Daniel Noonan | the Treasurer 13 
Thomas Hallinan | 
Oth. Allinan | Five pounds to 
Michael Keenan > Francis Barker and 5 
John Whelan | William Price 
Summer assizes Alice Payne > 
15th July 1741 Owen Cleary > Ten pounds to ditto 10 
#PAGE 32 
Lent assizes No person presented 
27th March 1741-2 for transportation No money raised 
Summer assizes No person presented 
6th September 1742 for transportation No money raised 
Lent assizes Timothy Ryan | Ten pounds to Phi- 
5th March 1742-3 Peter Moore > neas Barret and 10 
| Jeffrey Paul, Sheriffs 
Summer assizes No person presented 
27th July 1743 for transportation 
Total L. 53 
City of I Certify that the above is a true list of all convict 
Waterford felons and vagabonds who have been orderd for trans- 
portation for these seven years last past, and that the 
above sums contained in said list were raised for those purposes. 
Dated this 13th day of December 1743. 
John Purdon, Clerk Crown. 
County Monaghan 
A List of all convict felons and vagabonds who have been ordered 
for transportation for these seven years last past in the several 
Counties of Monaghan, Armagh, Antrim, Downe [Down?], and the 
county of the town of Carrickfergus, with an account of what 
money hath been raised for those purposes. 
Time when 
the order 
for trans- Names of Their 
portation convict felons respective Sums To whom paid 
was made and vagabonds crimes raised or payable 
Lent assize No convict or 
1737 vagabond ordered 
for transportation 
Sum. assize The like case 
1737 
Lent assize John Armstrong vagabond | l. 
1738 Pat. Mc. Donnell convict felon | 
Knogh. Mc. Caffry vagabond | 
John Mc. Entee convict felon > 42 Richard Johnston, 
John Dogherty like | Esq. 
Con. Mc. Mahon like | 
Edward Harvey vagabond | 
Sum. assize Flan. Clerkin convict felon | 
1738 Phil. Mc. Neny like | 
#PAGE 33 
Lent assize Fennal Cullen felon | 
1739 John Dollan like | 
Andrew Erwine vagabond > 48 Nicholas Foster, 
Sum. assize Anthony Murphy felon | Esq. 
1739 Bryan Callan like | 
Dennis Sherry like | 
Lent assize Henry Croan like | 
1740 John Mc. Croddan vagabond > 18 Humphry 
James Kelly felon | Evat, Esq. 
Sum. assize Pat. O Mullan like | 
1740 Bryan Mc. Quade vagabond | 
Lent assize John Mc. Donnell felon | 48 Francis Richardson, 
1741 Mary Mc. Mahon vagabond > Esq. 
James Reilly like | 
Sum. assize John Clark like | 
1741 Pat. Mc. Atee like | 
Mary Brattan like 
Pat. Hughs vagabond 6 John Standford, Esq. 
Joan Dennis felon 6 Francis Richardson, 
Lent assize Corm. Callaghan like 6 Esq.; Do. 
1742 James Reilly like 6 Do. 
Thomas Jones like 6 Do. 
Francis Byrn vagabond | 
Charles Linchy like > 18 John Standford, Esq. 
Sum. assize Ann Newton like | 
1742 No felon or vagabond ordered 
for transportation 
Lent assize James Steel felon No money as yet 
1743 raised for 
Sum. assize James Dennis like their 
1743 John Nesbit vagabond transportation 
--- 
Total L. 204 
Examined by Edward Fleming, deputy Clk. Cor. 
County of Armagh 
Lent assize David Brown felon No money raised 
1737 
Sum. assize No convict felon or vagabond 
1737 ordered for transportation l. 
Lent assize Peter Staunton felon 5 Mr. John 
1738 Mc. Goeagh 
#PAGE 34 
Sum. assize No convict felon or vagabond 
1738 ordered for transportation 
Lent assize James Mc. Kenna felon 
1739 
Sum. assize Pat. Hughs otherwise 
1739 Parokagh Hughs vagabond 5 Mr. Geo. Walker 
Lent assize William Wilson like | 
1740 William Fitzpatrick felon > 20 Mr. John 
Sheela Day otherwise | Gillespie 
Robishaw like | 
Sum. assize Cornelius Quinn like | 
1740 Michael Murphy like > 15 Edward Obre, Esq. 
James Young like | 
Neall Quinn vagabond 5 Mr. Adam Noble 
Lent assize Hugh O Neill felon | 
1741 Ann Totall like > 15 Edward Obre, Esq. 
Henry Murray like | 
Sum. assize Joseph Wright like | 
1741 Manus Fegan vagabond | 
Terence Fegan felon | 
Lent assize Pat. Campbell otherwise | 
1742 Mc. Cavill vagabond | 
Elizabeth Mercer felon | 
Arthur O Fegan like > 44 Mr. Adam Noble 
Sum. assize William Hunter like | 
1742 John Keenan convicted of | 
treason and | 
obtained his pardon | 
on condition of | 
transportation | 
Lent assize Aeneas Collins forgery | 
1743 Ann Terrill felon | 
Pat. Mc. Analty like > 20 William Graham, 
Margaret Hagan like | Esq. 
Sum. assize Michael Sandell perjury No money as yet 
1743 Mary Burns otherwise raised for their 
Kelly felon transportation 
--- 
Total 129 
Examined by Edward Fleming, deputy Clk. Cor. 
#PAGE 35 
County of Antrim 
Time when 
the order 
for trans- Names of Their 
portation convict felons respective Sums To whom paid 
was made and vagabonds crimes raised or payable 
l. 
Lent assize John Murray felon | 
1737 Hugh Gibson like | 
William Williams like > 20 Hill Wilson, Esq. 
John McBride like | 
Charles Price like 5 Hill Wilson, Esq. 
Sum. assize Henry Mc. Cashland vagabond 
1737 Robert Mc. Neight like 
Lent assize John Shaw felon | 
1738 James Mc. Ilvenan like | 
Richard O Cahane vagabond | 
Derby O Cahane like | 
Hugh Keery like | 
Robert Elliot like > 70 Edw. Smith, Esq. 
Robert Allin like | 
William Waugh like | 
William Dixon like | 
William Forrest like | 
Samuel Kimmin felon | 
Neall Mc. Farland like | 
Sum. assize John Poague like 5 Edw. Smith, Esq. 
1738 
Lent assize William Bruce vagabond | 
1739 James Longmore like > 15 Davys Wilson, Esq. 
Sum. assize Patrick Kerr felon | 
1739 
William Kelly felon | 
John Boyle vagabond | 
Lent assize Ed. Morgan | 
1740 otherwise Giles felon > 30 Will. Boyd, Esq. 
Matthew Farrel like | 
Alexander Steel like | 
Ann O Neil like | 
Will Patterson vagabond | 
James Patterson like | 
John Patterson like | 
Edward Leaths like | 
Charles Mc. Auly like > 45 Do. 
Doug. Mc. Donnell like | 
#PAGE 36 
Oli. O Houghian like | 
John O Houghian felon | 
John Seely like | 
Sum. assize Neall Mc. Auly like > 
1740 Roger Mc. Bride vagabond > 10 Do. 
Lent assize Andrew Beard like 5 Conway Spencer, 
1741 Esq. 
Sum. assize Edward Ellis like | 
1741 Adam Dean felon | 
Arch. Lemond like | 
Robert Lemond like > 30 Do. 
Bryan-buy Mc. Auly like | 
Joseph Neill like | 
Lent assize 
1742 Mary Mc. Elery like > 10 Felix O Neill, 
Sum. assize Mary Mc. Elroy like > Esq. 
1742 Ann Campbell like 5 Mr. James Smart 
Lent assize No convict felons or 
1743 vagabonds ordered for 
Sum. assize transportation this or 
1743 the following assize 
Total 250 
Examined by Edward Fleming, deputy Clk. Cor. 
County Downe [Down?] 
Time when 
the order 
for trans- Names of Their 
portation convict felons respective Sums To whom paid 
was made and vagabonds crimes raised or payable 
l. 
Lent assize William Peden felon | 
1737 William Erwine like | The Hon. Arthur 
John Towel like > 25 Hill, Esq. 
Lawrence Wilton like | 
Mic. Mc. Mahon other- | 
wise Mathews like | 
Sum. assize Robert Mc. Calla like | 
1737 David Mc. Calla felon | 
Lent assize James Harper like | 
1738 Michael Burns vagabond | 
Absalom Kettles like > 45 Mr. John Dunkin 
Margaret Moreton felon | 
#PAGE 37 
John Cassedy alias John | 
the rover alias John | 
Moor vagabond | 
Stumphy Bryan felon | 
Elizabeth Shaw perjury | 
Sum. assize John Kelly vagabond | 
1738 | 
Lent assize William Laverto | 
1739 alias Sacheveral like | 
Edward Murray felon > 35 Mr. Adam Browne 
John Martin like | 
Thomas Kerr other- | 
wise Carran vagabond | 
Jane Shaw, elder like | 
Jane Shaw, younger like | 
Sum. assize Dennis Kearns alias | 
1739 Mc. Kearnan felon | 
Mary Mc. Comb alias > 25 Mr. George Walker 
Mc. Calla like | 
Lent assize Hugh Mc. Clement felon | 
1740 Ellinor Quinlan vagabond | 
Mary Butler felon | 
Sum. assize Thomas Shepherd vagabond | 
1740 Patrick Doran felon > 25 Mr. James Smart 
Lent assize John Bennet like | 
1741 James Mc. Kewin like | 
Matthew Kane like 5 Mr. James Smart 
Sum. assize 
1741 John Cooper vagabond | 
Lent assize William Bingham felon | 
1742 Patrick Hanvy like > 25 James Echlin, Esq. 
Phelemy Doran like | 
Francis Fegan like | 
James Orr like 
Sum. assize No convict felons or 
1742 vagabonds ordered for 
transportation 
Lent assize John Watterson felon | 
1743 John Young vagabond > 15 Mr. Adam Browne 
Thomas Taylor felon | 
Sum assizes John Boyd vagabond No money as yet 
1743 John Bartley like raised for their 
transportation 
--- 
200 
#PAGE 38 
County of the Town of Carrickfergus 
No convict felons or vagabonds ordered for transportation for 
these seven years last past. 
l. 
| Monaghan 204 
County > Armagh 129 
of > Antrim 250 
| Downe 200 
--- 
Total 783 
Examined by Edward Fleming, deputy Clk. Cor. 
A List of all convicted felons and vagabonds who have been 
ordered for transportation for seven years last past in the 
several Counties of Cavan, Fermanagh, Tyrone, Donegall, and 
City and County of Londonderry. 
County of Cavan 
Money 
Persons ordered for For what crimes pre- 
Dates of assizes transportation committed sented 
19th August 1743 Miles Reilly Vagabond l. 12 
25th March 1743 
2nd September 1742 Isaac Byrne Vagabond 30 
14th April 1742 Timothy Smith Vagabond | 
John Lynchy Like | 
Bryan Daly Like | 
Edmond Donnelly Grand Larceny > 10 
Bryan Donaghy Like | 
Owen Smith Like | 
13th August 1741 John Sheridan Like | 
Edmond Hanlon Petit Larceny > 41 
Daniel Mc. Guire Grand Larceny | 
19th March 1740 John Duffy Vagabond | 
John Johnston Like | 
John Dawson Petit Larceny > [?] 
Phelim Reilly Vagabond | 
John Mulligan Grand Larceny 
7th August 1740 Patrick Cummin Like 24 
20th March 1739 Daniel Carmety Like 
23rd August 1739 Mary Clancey Like 
24th March 1738 Patrick Jones Vagabond 
#PAGE 39 
10th August 1738 Owen Loughran Like 36 
14th March 1737 John Fitzpatrick Like 
Margery Brady Like 
24th March 1737 Isabella Mc. Dermot Like 
Terence Fitzpatrick Like 
Philip Barry Like 
William Watson Grand Larceny 
19th September 1737 Bryan Gargan Vagabond 
Bartholomew Byrne Like 
22nd March 1736 Rose Johnston Grand Larceny 
James Hussey Vagabond --- 
Total 153 
County of Fermanagh 
Money 
Persons ordered for For what crimes pre- 
Dates of assizes transportation convicted sented 
l. 
22nd August 1742 
23rd March 1743 
7th September 1742 30 
10th April 1742 Simon Cassedy Vagabond 
Edmond Mc. Loughlin Like 
Robert Graham Like 
Turlagh Mulvurnagh Like 
Christopher Barry Like 
17th August 1741 John Mc. Dade Grand Larceny 
23rd March 1740 Francis Mc. Nolty Vagabond 18 
Peter Lunin Like 
11th August 1740 Owen Mc. Caffry Like 
Charles Mc. Manus Grand Larceny 
25th March 1740 30 
28th August 1739 
29th March 1739 
15th August 1738 William Henderson Vagabond 
Bryan Mc. Guire Like 
John Armstrong Like 
Thomas Armstrong Like 
Maurice Cassedy Like 
18th March 1737 18 
14th September 1737 John Oneil Grand Larceny 
James Magolrick Like 14 
26th March 1737 Francis Mc. Ilkill Like 
Owen Bannon Vagabond 
Thomas Bannon Like 
Terence O'Caddin Like --- 
Total 110 
#PAGE 40 
County of Tyrone 
Money 
Persons ordered for For what crimes pre- 
Dates of assizes transportation convicted sented 
l. 
26th August 1743 Robert Mullan Vagabond 
17th March 1742 
10th September 1742 Margaret Sally Like 45 
6th April 1742 Paul o'Brillaghan Like 
Arthur Mc. Coart Like 
Patrick Sharky Like 
Hugh o'Brien Like 
Charles Mc. Cowell Sheep stealing 
Edmund Mc. Cowell Sheep stealing 
20th August 1741 Robert o'Neil Vagabond 72 
James Mc. Cullagh Like 
26th March 1741 Henry Keenan Like 
Henry Mc. Quade Like 
Bryan Mc. Quade Like 
Roger Mc. Quade Like 
Michael Mc. Cowell Like 
Patrick Mc. Quade Like 
14th August 1740 Henry Allen Like 
Catherine Burns Like 
Patrick o'Kain Vagabond 
Philip o'Haghy Cow stealing and 
presented for 
mercy 
28th March 1740 James Darcy Vagabond 
Dunkan Keenan Like 
John Lawson Like 
Andrew Mills Like 
Robert Mills Like 
Cornelius Gormly Grand Larceny 
31st August 1739 Hugh Moane Like 15 
2nd April 1739 
18th August 1738 Shane o'Quin Vagabond 
Francis Mc. Gourk Like 
Hugh Mc. Gourk Like 
James Mc. Gourk Like 
2nd March 1737 Neil Mc. Gittigan Like 
Knogher o'Quin Like 
Charles Donelly Like 
9th September 1737 John Gallagher Like 15 
Bryan o'Divin Like 
#PAGE 41 
13th March 1737 Neely Mc. Girr Like 
James Mc. Cabe Like 
Edmond Mc. Roddin Like 
James Mc. Cullagh Like 
Mary Mitchell Grand Larceny 
--- 
Total 156 
County of Donegal 
Money 
Persons ordered for For what crimes pre- 
Dates of assizes transportation convicted sented 
l. 
31st August 1743 Daniel Mc. Mahon Vagabond 
James Flanagan Like 25 
Bridget Flanagan Like 
14th March 1742 
15th September 1742 20 
2nd April 1742 Michael Conolly Vagabond | 
William Caldwell Like | 
Adal Steel Grand Larceny > 100 
John Gallagher Like | 
5th April 1741 Charles o'Donnell Like 
Toal o'Boy Like 
Michael o'Quin Grand Larceny 
James Mc. Loughlin Like 
Phelemy Cairney Like 
Dennis Murry Like 
Teigue o'Kelly Like 
Hugh Mc. Namee Like 
James Scanlon Like 
Mary Gillispie Like 
Edmond o'Dogherty Vagabond 
31st March 1737 Patrick o'Conolly Like 
Patrick o'Donnell Like 
James Dunbarr Like 
Patrick Mooney Like 
Hugh-buy o'Gallagher Like 
19th August 1740 Fergal Mc. Coart Vagabond | 
Fergal Cullin Grand Larceny | 
Michael Mc. Coart Vagabond > 20 
Owen Galdanagh Like | 
Constantine o'Donnell Like | 
2nd April 1740 Rose Mc. Guire 
otherwise Smith Grand Larceny 
Mary Gallagher Like 
Charles o'Dogherty Vagabond 
Charles o'Boyle Like 
#PAGE 42 
5th September 1739 Neal Mergagh Mc.Swine Like 
6th April 1739 Joseph McFarland Grand Larceny 
Thomas Johnston Like 
Dudley Gallagher Vagabond 
23rd August 1738 15 
27th March 1738 Charles o'Gallagher Like 
Robert Irwin Like 
James Lorcan Like 
Hugh Gallagher Like 
6th September 1737 45 
4th April 1737 William Carey Like 
George Stinson Like 
--- 
Total 240 
City and County of Londonderry 
Money 
Persons ordered for For what pre- 
Dates of assizes transportation crimes sented 
l. 
3rd September 1743 30 
10th March 1742 Arthur o'Mullan Vagabond 
Randal Mc. Donnell Like 
Charles Shannon Like 
John Mc. Geogh Like 
18th September 1742 
30th March 1742 John Mc. Glosky Grand Larceny > 
James Mc. Ginnis Vagabond > 12 
28th August 1741 James Mc. Enorland Grand Larceny 80 
Owen o'Madigan Like 
3rd April 1741 Shane Braddagh o'Cahan Vagabond 
Henry Murray Like 
William Harrower Like 
John Armstrong Like 
Dennis Quigley Like 
Patrick Mc. Rory Like 
Henry o'Hagan Like 
Bryan Conolly Like 
Art o'Larkin Like 
John Dogherty Like 
John Hasson Like 
Edmond Gallagher Grand Larceny 
Fergal Gallagher Petit Larceny 
Henry o'Donaghy Like 
John Hamilton Like 
#PAGE 43 
22nd August 1740 
5th April 1740 Patrick Cherry Vagabond 
Patrick o'Cahan Like 
8th September 1739 24 
10th April 1739 
26th August 1738 Samuel Carr Vagabond | 
Dunkan o'Higgin Like > 15 
Charles o'Harny Grand Larceny | 
30th March 1738 John Halfpin Vagabond 
John Mc. Loughlin Like 
John Mc. Donnell Grand Larceny 
Daniel Lunchanan Like 
Mary o'Neil Petty Larceny 
1st September 1737 Bryan Mc. Glinn Vagabond 
7th April 1737 John Ross Like 
James Mc. Dead Like 
Phelemy o'Mullan Vagabond 
Patrick Mulhollan Like 
George Stewart Like 
Peter Mc. Anurlan Like 
John Mc. Gonigal Grand Larceny 
26th April 1736 John Boy Like 
Margaret Wrot Vagabond 
--- 
Total 161 
The foregoing papers are a fair abstract of the prisoners 
transported and sums presented in the foregoing Counties for 
seven years, which I humbly certify, this fourteenth of 
November 1743. 
George Taoffe 
A List of the several convict felons and vagabonds who have 
been ordered for transportation in the several Counties of 
the province of Connaught for Summer assizes 1735, to Summer 
assizes 1743, inclusive, together with an account of what 
money hath been raised in that time for transporting such 
felons and vagabonds. 
Edmond Cranally Catherine Mc. Donnell Thomas Flaherty 
John Roe otherwise o'Brien Thady Hoghegan 
John Kelly Humphry Nelan Thomas Donaghoe 
William Bourke Thady Mullally Michael Fahy 
Honora Coan otherwise Lally David FitzGibbon 
Mary Lavendar William Shunaghane Mortagh Mooney 
Owen Ridican Catherine Casey Patrick Bourke 
#PAGE 44 
Patrick Shaghnaffy Hugh Dunn Anthony St. Leger 
James Dalton Thomas Linaghane John Cahan 
Francis Spencer John Lynch Richard Lawless 
Laughlin o'Laughlin Catherine Hinagan Richard Welsh 
Michael Keighry Patrick Kennedy Murtogh Dermody 
Thady Martin Dennis Daly Augustin Mc. Carra 
John Shaghnaffy John Daly John Farrell 
Michael Carr John Moran Darby Farrell 
County of the town of Galway 
Thomas White William Burne 
County of Leitrim 
Edmond Burke Gregory Mc. Ilea Charles Costelloe 
otherwise Lahy Thady Logan Shane o'Bourke 
Patrick Mc. Glinn Mable Mc. Carty Luke Neilan 
Bryan Mc. Weeny Bryan Kelly Martin Molloy 
William Wilson James Mc. Keon Thomas Mc. Sharry 
Bryan Mc. Sharry Thomas Sumaghan Michael Kenny 
Bryan Reilly ___ Culluagh otherwise Dennis Kelly 
County of Mayo 
Edmond Monnelly James Farrell David Roach 
William Mc. Donnogh William Mc. Donnough Hugh Magrath 
Daniel Davet Morgan Brislane Peter Greeve 
County of Roscomon [Roscommon?] 
Bryan Monaghan George Coghran James Heany 
Partrick Keiraghane Thady Kelly Thomas Mc. Donnell 
Teigue Mc. Greevy Thady Flynn Alexander Mc. Donnell 
William Garvey Matthew Mc. Donnell Bryan Coyne 
Edward Phipps John Naughton Patrick Flanegan 
Michael Bourke Patrick Mc. Padden Owen Rourke 
Bryan Miraghan William Griffin Bryan Kenny 
Andrew Mc. Hugh Thady Lyons 
Garret Caghy Michael Denicon 
County of Sligoe [Sligo?] 
Henry Bruen John Mackey Rosanna Harcan 
Michael Connelly otherwise Johnins Bridget Harcan 
John Farrell other- William Bourke Dennis Higgins 
wise Fanly other- John Mullican Daniel Coser other- 
wise Fitzgerald Dennis Gulmartin wise Cogher 
#PAGE 45 
James Conolly Patrick Jordan Joan Gawny 
John Gallway other- Laughlin Cugly John Reilly 
wise Gallagher 
Patrick Cosly 
County of Galway 
Summer assizes 1736, six pounds presented and paid to William 
Turvin, Esq., late High-sheriff, for transporting Patrick 
Donnell, and eighteen pounds to be paid George Ormsby, Esq., 
for transporting Edmond Connolly, John Roe and Dom. [Dominic?] 
Hogan. 
Summer assizes 1738, twelve pounds paid to John Blakeney, Esq., 
for transporting Connor Lynne. 
Summer assizes 1740, six pounds paid George Warburton, Esq., 
for transporting Mary Coggerill. 
Summer assizes 1742, one hundred twenty-six pounds paid to 
Robert Pierce, Esq., for transporting Thomas Donoghoe, Patrick 
Bourke, Anthony St. Leger, John Cahan, Richard Walsh, Patrick 
Dermody, Murtagh Dermody, Michael Keighry, John Daly, Augustin 
McCarra, Thady Martin, John Moran, John Shaughneffy, Thomas 
Flaherty, Hugh Dunn, Thomas Lenaghan, Murtogh Mooney, Catherine 
Henaghan, Patrick Kenny and Richard Lawless. 
Lent assizes 1738, twenty pounds paid to John Blakeney, Esq., 
High-sheriff, for transporting William Bourke, John Kelly, 
Mary Lavendar and Honora Quane. 
Lent assizes 1738, eighteen pounds presented and paid to Richard 
Trench, Esq., for transporting Thady Lally and Connor Lyons. 
County of the town of Galway 
Summer assizes 1742, ten pounds raised and paid to the Mayor for 
transporting Thomas White and William Burn. 
County of Leitrim 
Summer assizes 1736, twenty-four pounds presented for trans- 
porting James Sunnaghan, Thomas and Bryan Mc. Sharry 
Summer assizes 1742, the sum of forty-eight pounds raised and 
paid to Booth Gore, Esq., High-sheriff, for transporting Bryan 
Kelly, Martin Mulloy, Bryan Mc. Weeny, Francis Morrison, 
#PAGE 46 
William Wilson, Patrick Mc. Glinn, Mable McCarty and Luke 
Neilan. 
County of Mayo 
Summer assizes 1736, twenty pounds presented to be paid 
Mitchelburn Knox, merchant, being so much remained due to him 
for transporting seven vagabonds and convicts that had been 
sent to be transported, and twenty-five pounds sterling, 
presented Summer assizes 1738, for the maintenance of ten 
convicts and vagabonds that had been sent to Sligoe [Sligo?]. 
County of Sligoe [Sligo?] 
Lent assizes 1736, fifty-six pounds presented and paid to James 
Sodon, Esq., for transporting John Cullen, James Sharcot, John 
Kenny, John Hussey, Neil Mc. Hugh, James Fitzmorris, Thomas 
Forragher, Patrick Forragher, Bridget Costelloe and Catherine 
Mc. Glinn. 
Summer assizes 1740, eighteen pounds presented to be paid 
Charles o'Hara, Esq., for transporting John Farrell, otherwise 
Trawly, otherwise Fitzgerald, Michael Connolly and Thady Kegan, 
and Lent assizes 1739, twenty-four pounds presented to be paid 
Blashford Hughs, Esq., for transporting Dennis Higgins, Bridget 
Harcan, Henry Bram and Joan Gawny. 
Summer assizes 1741, six pounds to be paid Christopher Duke, 
Sub-sheriff for transporting John Galway. 
Summer assizes 1742, the sum of thirty-six pounds to be paid 
to John Percival, Esq., for transporting Daniel Mullican, 
Teigue Mc. Moroy, Patrick Jordan, William Bourke, Dennis 
Kilmartin and John Mealy otherwise Johnins. 
County of Roscommon 
Lent assizes 1736, the sum of six pounds presented to be paid 
John Harward, Esq., for transporting James Gaynor. 
Summer assizes 1737, nine pounds four shillings and six pence 
paid to Usher St. George, Esq., for transmitting and 
transporting Michael Kenney. 
Lent assizes 1738, five pounds paid Bartholomew Mahon, Esq., 
for transporting Bryan Monaghan. 
#PAGE 47 
Lent assizes 1739, five pounds paid to Thomas Lyster, Esq., for 
transporting Bryan Mirachane, and five pounds for transporting 
Laughlin Naghten. 
Summer assizes 1739, twelve pounds to be paid to Thomas Lyster, 
Esq., for transporting Garret Coghy and Bryan Monaghan. 
Summer assizes 1740, six pounds to be paid Henry St. George, 
Esq., for transporting Thady Lyons. 
Summer assizes 1741, five pounds to be paid to Thomas Mahon, Esq., 
for transporting Bryan Coyne. 
Lent assizes 1742, fifteen pounds in the hands of Dr. Manley to be 
paid Gilbert King, Esq., for transporting three criminals. 
Summer assizes 1742, five pounds to be paid the same for 
transporting Patrick Flannegan. 
I Humbly certify the foregoing list to be a true list of the several 
persons who were ordered for transportation as felons and vagabonds, 
tried and presented at the several assizes held in and for the fore- 
going Counties in the Province of Connaught, from Summer assizes 1735, 
to and for Summer assizes 1743, inclusive, and that the several grand 
juries of the several Counties aforesaid, presented the several sums 
herein before mentioned for the transportation of the several persons 
for which the said money is mentioned to be raised and paid, amount- 
ing in the whole top the sum of five hundred and forth-nine pounds 
four shillings and six pence, and don't find that there was any 
other sum or sums of money presented by the grand juries of the said 
several Counties or any of them, for transporting of any of the other 
persons in this list contained during the said time. Dated this 
sixteenth day of January, 1743. 
William Knox, Clerk of the Crown 
for the province of Connaught. 
County of Clare 
A List of all the convicted felons and vagabonds who have been 
ordered for transportation for these seven years last past, with 
an account of what money hath been raised for those purposes in 
the said County of Clare, returned by Richard England, Clerk of 
the Crown of the said County, pursuant to an order of the 
honourable House of Commons in Ireland, bearing date the tenth 
of December 1743. 
#PAGE 48 
Summer assizes 1736 l. 
Barnaby Reilly Transported as felons and a presentment 
John Collins made in favour of John Brady, Esq., 
William Ryan then Sheriff for transporting them of 18 
Lent assizes 1737 
Barnaby Burne Transported as a felon, and a presentment 
made in favour of St. John Bridgeman, Esq., 
then Sheriff of the said County for trans- 
porting him of 6 
Summer assizes 1741 
Matthias Touhy Transported as felons and a presentment 
Charles Hehir made in favour of John Stackpole, Esq., 
Michael Hynes then Sheriff of the said County for 
Honora Neale transporting them of 48 
Darby Kean 
William Riedy 
Martin o'Mara 
John Riedy 
Summer assizes 1742 
Michael Hynes Ordered for transportation as felons, and 
John Mc. Nemara a presentment made in favour of Robert 
Martin Meara Harrison, Esq., then Sheriff of said County, 
John Riedy for transmitting them to Limerick and fees 
William Riedy paid by him for transporting them of 42 
Darby Kean 
Thomas Mc. Grath 
William Curtane 
David Doyle 
John Baghane 
Patrick Mc. Nemara 
Michael Fahy 
Honora Forave 
Mary Mc. Grath 
John Bevlan 
Lent assizes 1743 
James Kean Ordered for transportation, and a present- 
Andrew Ryan ment made in favour of James Butler, Esq., 
Michael Cloon Sheriff of the said County, for trans- 
mitting and transporting them of 24 
--- 
Total 138 
Examined by 
Richard England, Clerk of the Crown. 
An Account of money paid by John King treasurer of the County of 
Dublin and his Predecessor, and to whom, for these seven years 
last past, for the transportation of felons and vagabonds pre- 
#PAGE 49 
sented by the several grand juries of the County of Dublin at his 
Majesty's Court of King's-Bench. 
l. 
Easter term 1738. To Mr. William Scriven Under-Sheriff 12 
Michaelmas term 1738. To the same 36 
Hillary [Hilary?] term 1739. To Mr. John Cooke Under-Sheriff 30 
Trinity term 1741. To Mr. Redmond Kane Under-Sheriff 50 
Michaelmas term 1741. To the same 50 
Hillary [Hilary?] term 1741. To the same 75 
Trinity term 1743. To Mr. Richard Rickison Under-Sheriff 15 
--- 
Total 268 
I Humbly certify that the above sums (and no more) were presented, 
raised and paid by me and my predecessor to the several persons 
above mentioned, at his Majesty's court of King's-Bench, for these 
seven years last past, for the transportation of felons and 
vagabonds. Dated this first day of February, 1743. 
John King, treasurer of the County of Dublin. 
An account of what money has been raised at the general quarter 
sessions of the peace for the County of Dublin for transporting 
of felons and vagabonds for these seven years last past. 
l. 
July Sessions 1737. For transporting John Moore, Ann Jones, 
Mary Butterfield, Mary Dowling and Mary Hobbs, there was 
raised by presentment and paid to Thomas Granger, Esq., 
then High-Sheriff the sum of 30 
October Sessions 1737. For transporting of Thomas Cahill, 
Laughlin Bergin, William Baning, Joseph Mc. Cormick and 
Ann Conolly there was raised by presentment and paid to 
Terence Kerin then Under-Sheriff the sum of 25 
April Sessions 1738. For transporting Thomas Thelony, James 
Fitzpatrick, Arthur Mc. Mullen, Thomas Tallant, Patrick 
Dempsey, Daniel Giraghty, John Reilly and Daniel Fox 
convicted at the commission of Oyer and Terminer, there 
was raised by presentment and paid to Richard Rickison 
then Under-Sheriff the sum of 40 
October Sessions 1738. For transporting Thady Gray and 
Ralph Venables, both convicted at the said commission, 
there was raised by presentment and paid to William 
Scriven then Under-Sheriff the sum of 12 
May Sessions 1739. For transporting of Faughney Farrell and 
Patrick Sheridan, both convicted at said commission, 
there was raised by presentment and paid to said William 
Scriven the sum of 12 
#PAGE 50 
July Sessions 1739. For transporting John Reilly and 
Patrick Dowling, both convicted at said commission, 
and for transmitting of prisoners, and for the expence 
[expense?] that John Cooke then Under-Sheriff was at in 
attending the execution of John Flanagan and others with 
guards, there was raised by presentment and paid to said 
Cooke the sum of twenty pounds, and as it does not appear 
what part of said sum was raised for transporting the 
said Reilly and Dowling, I have returned the full sum 
raised as aforesaid 20 
October Sessions 1740. For transporting Daniel Clayton, 
David Hendrick and Thomas Scarffe, there was raised by 
presentment and paid to Robert Robinet then Under- 
Sheriff of said County, the sum of 18 
April Sessions 1743. For transporting Daniel Wolaghan, 
Darby Hanlan, John Power, Edward Cawlan, Elizabeth Ryan, 
John Mc. Guire, Hester Mc. Guire, James Mc. Guire and 
Peter Bath, convicted at said Sessions and at the com- 
mission of Oyer and Terminer, there was raised by 
presentment and paid to the then Sheriff the sum of 45 
October Sessions 1742. For transporting of Thomas Murphy, 
Catherine Byrne, Judith Freeman, otherwise Byrn, Mary 
Anderson, Bridget Mealy, Catherine Wall, James Laughlin, 
Felix Doyle and John Ryan, convicted at said Sessions 
and said commission, there was raised by presentment and 
paid to the then Sheriff the sum of 45 
January Sessions 1742. For transporting William Flyn other- 
wise Leathercap, David Lawler and Thomas Moran, convicted 
at said Sessions, there was raised by presentment and 
paid to the then Sheriff the sum of 15 
--- 
Total 62 [262?] 
Thomas Greene, Dep. Clk. Peace County Dublin 
An account of what money has been raised on the County of Dublin 
at the Quarter-Sessions, and to whom paid by John King treasurer 
of said County and his predecessor for these seven years last 
past, for the transportation of felons and vagabonds. 
l. 
July Sessions 1737. To Thomas Granger, Esq., High-Sheriff 30 
October Sessions 1737. To Terence Kerin, Under-Sheriff 25 
April Sessions 1738. To Mr. Richard Rickison, Under-Sheriff 40 
October Sessions 1738. To Mr. William Scriven, Under-Sheriff 12 
May Sessions 1739. To the same 12 
July Sessions 1739. To Mr. John Cook, Under-Sheriff 10 
October Sessions 1740. To Mr. Robert Robinet, Under-Sheriff 18 
#PAGE 51 
April Sessions 1742. To Mark Synnot, Esq., High-Sheriff 45 
October Sessions 1742. To the same 45 
January Sessions 1740. To the same 15 
April Sessions. 1743. To the same 15 
--- 
Total 267 
I Humbly certify that the above sums (and no more) were raised at 
the quarter-sessions of the County of Dublin, and paid by me and 
my predecessor to the several persons above mentioned, within 
these seven years last past, for the transportation of felons and 
vagabonds. Dated this first day of February, 1743. 
John King, Treasurer of the 
County of Dublin. 
A List of the prisoners that died in the goal[gaol?] of Newgate 
since the year 1737. 
July 25th, 1738 24th, Thomas Elmes 
Patrick Mc. Kay 28th, David Anderson 
Elizabeth Slater March 7th, Morgan Redmond 
January 17th, James Bryan 10th Thomas Scarfe 
April 10th, 1739 April 3rd, 1741 
Philip Magennis Bartholomew Hoare 
May 26th, John Byrn 24th, William Murphy 
June 3rd, Thomas Quin 27th, Morgan Byrn 
October 6th, Patrick Finn May 17th, Patrick Meaghan 
October 1st, 1740 Patrick Flinn 
John Roberts June 19th, John Ferguson 
December 21st, Rose Ash July 3rd, Patrick Grouty 
January 7th, Judith Lamb Mary Byrn 
18th, Patrick Duffy 1742, Mary Ryan 
26th, Henry Keating Jane Ryan 
February 14th, Matthew Maher Elinor Joice 
17th Ann Bray 1743, John Underwood 
The above is a true list, this second of February 1743. 
Thomas Smith 
A list of transports shipped off from the year 1735 to the 
first of February 1743-4. 
4th February 1735. Delivered thirty to Isaac Kelsick on board 
the Union. 
3rd February. Delivered twenty-three to Ja. [James?] Stevenson on 
board the Bruce. 
#PAGE 52 
12th February. Delivered to Ja. [James?] Stevenson on board the 
Bruce, two. 
23rd March. Delivered three to Thomas Manning. 
18th February 1736. Delivered to Isaac Kelsick, twenty-eight. 
30th March Delivered to James Byrn, one. 
4th April. Delivered to Morgan Farrell, fourteen. 
20th May. Delivered to James Stevenson, two. 
11th March. Delivered to Richard Ribton, twelve. 
13th July. Delivered to George Gibson, seven. 
14th May. Delivered to James Stevenson, four. 
17th August. Delivered to Christopher Quinn, one. 
22nd February 1737. Delivered to John Martin, thirty-three. 
23rd May. Delivered to James Stevenson, nineteen on board the 
Dublin Merchant. 
30th May. Delivered to James Stevenson on board the Dublin 
Merchant, one. 
26th May. Delivered to Daniel Magill, fourteen on board the 
Dublin Merchant. 
19th August. Delivered to Tho. [Thomas?] Scabrooke, ten on 
board the brig Orange. 
22nd February 1737-8 Delivered to William Fisher, two. 
12th April 1738. Delivered to Alexander Montgomery, three. 
24th April. Delivered to Peter Cullen, four. 
28th April. Delivered to James Patten, three. 
6th May. Delivered to James Patten, five on board the Walpole. 
15th May. Delivered to Robert Harper on board the Walpole, seven. 
30th August. Delivered to John Hornby, seventeen. 
13th November. Delivered to Isaac Kelsick, twenty-five. 
5th December. Delivered to James Bonnet, one on board the 
Virgin-Queen. 
24th March 1739. Delivered to John Maylor, six on board the snow 
Flower-Deluce. 
24th January. Delivered to Sam Oliver on board the Antigua packet, 
twenty. 
18th April. Delivered to John Wright on board the Rachael of 
Saltcoats, twenty-six. 
27th May. Delivered to Thomas Steel on board the Southwell, three. 
3rd June. Delivered to Thomas Steel on board the Southwell, eleven. 
26th June 1739. Delivered to Pat. [Patrick?] Horish on board the 
Carthagena, six. 
4th March 1740. Delivered to Nathaniel Sears, twenty-three. 
14th July. Delivered to Pat. [Patrick?] Roe, five on board the 
Three Friends. 
30th June 1741. Delivered to Edward Hagan, eight. 
29th June. Delivered to Edward Hagan on board the Two 
Friends, six. 
6th July. Delivered to Edward Hagan, eleven. 
#PAGE 53 
12th August. Delivered to Jacob Willard on board the St. Andrew 
Maryland, two. 
21st September. Delivered to William Codd on board the Southwell, 
fifty-five. 
8th February. Delivered to Elisha Johnson on board the William of 
Rhode-Island, fifty-two. 
8th July. Delivered to Mark Talbot on board the Two Friends of 
Dublin, six. 
11th August. Delivered to ------ on board the brigantine St. 
Audone, ten. 
23rd March. Delivered to Richard Goodman, twenty-two. 
6th May 1740. Delivered to John Dyatt, eleven on board the 
Batchelor of Dublin. 
5th September 1735. Delivered to Andrew Buckler on board the 
Baltimore brigantine, twenty-two. 
2nd July 1741. Delivered to Edward Hagan, fourteen. 
22nd March 1742. Delivered to Tim Donovan on board the Whitehaven 
Galley, twenty-six 
28th March. Delivered to William Jackson on board Whitehaven 
Galley, four. 
26th August. Delivered to William Basnot on board the Santry, 
seventy-eight. 
29th September. Delivered to James Campbell on board the Molly 
of Whitehaven Galley, sixty-three. 
5th October. Delivered to James Campbell, eighteen. 
21st April 1743. Delivered to John Martin on board the George 
of Dublin, forty-five. 
21st May. Delivered to William Postlethwaite, seven. 
20th August. Delivered to Banjamin Bourke, eighteen. 
9th November. Delivered to Robert Harper on board the Charming 
Peggy, one. 
18th June. Delivered to Joseph Tyrrell on board the Richard of 
Dublin, one. 
28th July 1738. Delivered to Richard Durham, two. 
14th April. Delivered to Thomas Robinson, two. 
15th April. Delivered to Thomas Robinson, one. 
Thomas Smyth. 
In Obedience to the commands of the honourable Committee 
appointed to inspect the returns of felons and vagabonds 
ordered for transportation. 
John Hornby most humbly presents to your honours a list of 
all the felons and vagabonds, by him contracted for and 
shipped off these seven years last past, so far as he can 
possibly collect by his books and memory, viz. 
#PAGE 54 
Constant Mc. Daniel Mary Christian John Savage 
Saragh [Sarah?] Dungan James Bermingham Laughlin Murphy 
John Quinlan John Campbell Ralph Venables 
Doroty Ryan Peter Cannon Thady Flanagan 
Elenor Kelly Patrick Connor Thady Gray 
The above fifteen persons indented the twenty-ninth of 
August 1738, for seven years, for which the said Hornby has 
received from Mr. Alexander Carroll the City Treasurer the 
sum of thirty-nine pounds for transporting the same on 
board the Appleby for Virginia, where they were accordingly 
landed, but no certificate returned for any of them, the 
merchant not having directions to apply for such certificates, 
as said Hornby had no manner of intimation that the same were 
necessary, otherwise could easily have obtained them. 
Dublin, second of February 1743. 
John Hornby. 
A List of twenty-two convicts transported on board the 
Hibernia, Nathaniel Sears, master, for Maryland in March 
1740, by Thomas Cooke, merchant, the second of February 
1743. 
Thomas Cooke, 
Thomas Finn John Hill John Bourk 
Ann Nugent Walter Shean Elizabeth Long 
James Donovan Peter Cochlan Mary Halfpenny 
Patrick Reilly Dennis Clayton Catherine Reilly 
Philip Williams Christopher Hicky Lucy Coleman 
John Layer James Mc. Cawley James Walsh 
Dennis Dunn Thomas Paterson 
Henry Bryan Patrick Cowlan At three pounds each 
A Return of sales of twenty servants from on board the 
ship Hibernia, Nathaniel Sears, master, for account of 
Mr. Thomas Cooke, merchant in Dublin. 
Servants names To whom sold l. s. d. 
Thomas Finn Nicholas George for cash 13 10 0 
Ann Nugent Nicholas Hyland 11 10 0 
James Donovan Peter Boyer 13 10 0 
Patrick Reilly | 
Philip Ze Williams| 
John Layer | 
Dennis Dunn | 
Henry Bryan | 
#PAGE 55 
John Hill | 
Walter Shean | 
Peter Cochlan | 
Dennis Clayton > Robert Alison 
Christopher Hicky | at 9l. 10s. each 161 10 0 
James Mc. Cowley | 
Thomas Paterson | 
Patrick Cowlan | 
John Bourk | 
Elizabeth Long | 
Mary Halfpenny | 
Catherine Reilly | 
Lucy Coleman > Sold by Daniel Dulanse 
James Walsh > Esq., Maryland 
--------- 
Total L. 200 00 00 
Philadelphia, February 25th 1741. 
Davey and Carsan. 
In the ship Santry of Dublin, William Basnet, commander, 
were imported the following convicts. 
Mary Howard Bridget Clark John Ryan 
Judith Freeman Mary Hutchinson John Mc. Har 
Mary Burn Mary Martin John Reynolds 
Elenor Hutchinson Catherine Wael James Lyon 
Margaret Hored Bridget Mealy James Quin 
Catherine Johnson Patrick Kenny Walter Murphy 
Marget Johnson Thomas Nudham Patrick Carpenter 
Susannah Bourk Peter Fitzpatrick Christopher Smith 
Mary Roach John Nowlan Roger Sweeney 
Eleanor Burrows Dennis Doyle John Clark 
Catherine Doyle Nicholas Furlon James Newman 
Jane Ball Patrick Kinshella Robert Bryan 
Mary Maguire Laughlin Curry John Jones 
Alice Usher Thomas Lynch Edward Ivory 
Margaret Cary Darby Kelly Thomas Goodman 
Sarah Donelly Thomas Roony Lewis Murphy 
Mary Stone John Roony Terence Murphy 
William Dulany John Sherlock Richard Kenim 
Andrew Kewing Michael Hagall George Osburn 
Foelix Doyle Edward Toole John Doyle 
John Condrum Joseph Erwin Bryan Doran 
William Desbrit Terence Reilly John Kelly 
Thomas Murphy Thomas Fleming William Lynch 
#PAGE 56 
Roger Carney John Bannam 
Patrick Grace Henry Fitzwilliams 
Port Anapolis These are to certify that the above persons 
in Maryland. were here imported as aforesaid the fifth 
day of November 1742, and that the same 
persons being called over, did severally answer to their 
names. Given under my hand and seal this tenth day of 
January in the seventeenth year of the reign of our sovereign 
Lord King GEORGE the second, King of Great Britain, France 
and Ireland, &c. Annoq. Dom. 1742. 
Benjamin Tasker, naval officer. 
An account of what money was received by Redmond Kane for 
transporting felons and vagabonds, with a list of such felons 
and vagabonds for seven years last past, and the names of the 
merchants by whom they were transported. 
l. 
Trinity 1741, received 50 
Michaelmas 1741, received 50 
Hillary [Hilary?] 1741, received 75 
--- 
Total 175 
The persons transported 
Trinity 1741. William Murphy, John Hill, Edward Graham, John 
Gogarty, John Redmond, Bryan Mc. Atire, James Walsh, Thomas 
Hoey, John Dormon, Francis Neal. 
Michaelmas 1741. Mary Maguire, Mary Lawler, John Howard, 
Edward Wilson, William Shortley, Catherine Delany, Owen Murphy, 
Thomas Ryder, Hugh Reily, Mary Cologan. 
Hilary 1741. Peter Reilly, Teresa Dignam, Elizbeth Hyland, 
Thomas Kearnan, Patrick Kilkelly, Patrick Johnson, Matthew 
Tearnan, Sarah Ryan, John Gagarty, William Cane, Walter Hughs, 
Rachel Everston, John Carroll, John Farrell and George Forster. 
Merchants 
Mr. Thomas Cooke, Mr. Samuel Lyons, Mr. Bird and Mr. Joseph Weld. 
This is the return of Redmond Kane. 
An account of all money by me received by virtue of any present- 
ments of the grand juries of the County of Dublin for these seven 
years last past, for transporting any convict felons and 
vagabonds, with the account of such convict felons and vagabonds, 
as also an account of what sums of money I have received by virtue 
#PAGE 57 
of any presentments of the grand juries of the said County during 
the said time, as High-sheriff, and for what purpose. 
l. s. d. 
April 1742 For transporting Daniel Wholaghan, Darby 
Hanlan, John Power, Edward Caulan, 
Elizabeth Ryan, John Maguire, Esther 
Maguire, James Maguire and Peter Bath 45 0 0 
Same felons For erecting a gallows at Kilmainham 2 7 6 
October 1742 For transprting Thomas Murphy, 
Catherine Byrn, Judith Freeman otherwise 
Byrn, Mary Anderson, Bridget Maley, 
Catherine Wall, James Laughlin, Foelix 
Doyle and John Ryan 45 0 0 
January 1742 For transporting William Flinn otherwise 
Leathercap, David Lawler and Thomas 
Moran. 15 0 0 
April 1743 For transporting Mary Gorman, Patrick 
Carroll and Daniel Hughs 15 0 0 
--------- 
Total 122 7 6 
Dated this fourth day of February 1743. 
Mark Synnot, late High Sheriff of the 
County of Dublin. 
An account of what presentments were granted by the grand jury of 
the County of Dublin at the sessions of Kilmainham for transport- 
ing of felons and vagabonds since the fourteenth of July 1737, 
and paid to Richard Rickison the Under-sheriff to April 1738. 
l. 
14th July 1737 For transporting John Moore, Ann Jones, Mary 
Butterfield, Mary Dowling and Mary Hobbs, 
bound to James Stephenson, Esq., put on board 
the Dublin, but can't tell the master's name 30 
April 1738 For transporting Thomas Tholmey, James 
Fitzpatrick, Arthur Mc. Mullen, Thomas 
Tallant, Patrick Dempsey, Daniel Girraghty, 
John Reilly and Daniel Fox, Captain Martin, 
merchant, but can't tell the master or ship's 
name 40 
An account of what felons and vagabonds were transported from the 
commission of Oyer and Terminer for the County of Dublin, for the 
year 1743 by Richard Rickison, Under-sheriff, and presented by 
the grand jury. 
#PAGE 58 
Trinity 1743 For transporting Daniel Dolan, Patrick Byrne 
and James Delany, Charles Weld, merchant, put 
board the George of Dublin, but can't tell 
the master's name 15 
October 1743 For transporting Patrick Purcell and Joan 
Barefoot from the commission in the ship the 
Charming Peggy, John Cossart, merchant, Robert 
Harper, master, the money presented but not 
raised by the County 10 
-- 
Total 95 
Richard Rickison 
A List of prisoners that died in Newgate from the eighth day of 
October 1737, to the first day of February 1743. 
1738 July 25th Patrick Mc. Kay 1742 Jane Ryan 
January 17th James Bryan John Underwood 
1739 April 10th Philip Magennis 1742 July 25th Elizabeth Slator 
May 26th John Byrn September 18th Elizabeth Brooks 
June 3rd Thomas Quin 1740 
October 6th Patrick Finn October 3rd John Roberts 
1740 December 22nd Rose Ash 
January 18th Patrick Duffey January 9th Judith Lamb 
26th Henry Keating February 28th David Henderson 
February 14th Matthew Maher to be 
17th Ann Bray transported 
24th Thomas Elmes 1741 9th [?] Neal Duffey 
March 7th Morgan Redmond Same Jane Ryan 
10th Thomas Scarffe March 2nd Elizabeth Long 
April 24th William Murphy April 3rd Bartholomew Hore 
27th Morgan Byrn May 12th Philip Meaghan 
June 19th John Ferguson 28th Patrick Flynn 
July 3rd Patrick Groudy July 3rd Thomas Harahane 
Mary Byrn to be 
Mary Ryan transported 
February 2nd Elenor Joyce 
I have the inquisitions 
David Tew, Coroner. 
A List of inquests held in Newgate on prisoners from May 
the third 1737. 
1737 May 3rd Mary Coffee August 21st John Mullegan to 
1739 June 8th James Hannage be transported 
to be September 7th Michael Mara to 
#PAGE 59 
transported be transported 
October 5th Patrick Flinn January 7th Richard Page 
to be 29th Patrick Carroll 
transported February 22nd Mary Ryan 
1741 June 29th Thady Fergusan 1743 June 17th Thomas Newell 
July 16th Mary Byrne to December 17th John Underwood 
be transported 
21st Honora Mc. 
Nally to be 
transported 
William Walker, Coroner. 
An account of what money has been presented in the County of 
the City of Dublin for transporting convict felons and 
vagabonds for seven years last past, and to whom paid. 
l. s. d. 
1737, Midsummer sessions To James Stephenson, Esq. 63 0 0 
Michaelmas sessions Isaac Kelsick 102 0 0 
Christmas sessions John Martin 75 0 0 
Joseph Weld 21 0 0 
1738, Easter sessions Thomas Robinson 3 0 0 
William Tiffin 6 0 0 
Peter Cullen 12 0 0 
Alexander Montgomery 15 0 0 
Michaelmas sessions Richard Durham 6 0 0 
1739, Midsummer sessions Joseph Weld 111 0 0 
Samuel Horner 3 0 0 
Isaac Kelsick 33 0 0 
Joseph Hornby 39 0 0 
1740, Midsummer sessions Joseph Weld 45 0 0 
Samuel Lyons 60 0 0 
Thomas Steel 15 0 0 
Christmas sessions Thomas Cooke 63 0 0 
1741, Midsummer sessions Samuel Lyons and Oliver 
Bird 69 0 0 
Walter Codd 27 0 0 
Jacob Willard 27 0 0 
Christmas sessions Joseph Weld 90 0 0 
Richard Goodman 54 0 0 
1742, Midsummer sessions John Langley 96 0 0 | 
Michaelmas sessions James Campbell 48 0 0 | These 
Easter sessions John Martin 48 0 0 | sums not 
1743, Midsummer sessions John Langley 21 0 0 > as yet 
Michaelmas sessions John Langley 6 0 0 | collected 
Robert Harper 3 0 0 | 
---------- 
Total 1161 0 0 
#PAGE 60 
1743, February 4th 
Alexander Carroll, treasurer of the 
publick [public?] money Co. City of Dublin. 
An account of all sums of money that have been presented in the 
County of Dublin, and paid to High-sheriffs or Sub-sheriffs for 
these seven years last past, and for what particular services, 
over and above the particular sums presented to be paid to them 
for transporting felons and vagabonds. 
l. s. d. 
April Sessions 1737, To Mr. Richard Rickison, Sub- 
sheriff for transmitting prisoners, quelling riots, 
for bolts for the use of the goal [gaol?], and money 
expended on the guards in pillorying William 
Banning 20 0 0 
Easter term 1737, to the same, for quelling a great 
and dangerous mobb [mob?], who for several Sundays 
and holy days riotously assembled on the commons of 
Kilmainham, and there and in other parts adjoining 
committed great affrays, and for apprehending, 
prosecuting and convicting John Berren, one of the 
rioters, and for his expenses in whipping Archibald 
Kerby and John Mc. Cormuck in Swords. 30 0 0 
July Sessions 1737, to the same, for the maintenance 
of five persons in custody from the eleventh of 
March to the twenty-eighth of April, at two pence 
per day. 2 0 0 
April Sessions 1738, to Mr. William Scriven, Sub- 
sheriff, for quelling riots in the several parts 
of the County, and for bolts and shackles for the 
use of the goal [gaol?] 20 0 0 
October Sessions 1738, to the same, for transmitting 
prisoners, and for money laid out for the use of 
the County 30 0 0 
May Sessions 1739, to Mr. John Cooke, Sub-sheriff, 
for quelling riots, and for money laid out for the 
use of the County 30 0 0 
July Sessions 1739, to the same, for transmitting 
prisoners, and for the expence [expense?] he was 
at in attending the execution of John Flannigan, 
Nicholas Ball and Daniel Neal with guards 10 0 0 
October Sessions 1739, to the same for providing 
bolts and shackles for the use of the goal [gaol?], 
and for transmitting prisoners 20 0 0 
January Sessions 1739, to the same, for quelling 
several riots on the Lord's Day in several parts 
of the County, and raising a guard for the same 20 0 0 
#PAGE 61 
July Sessions 1740, to Mr. Robert Robinet, Sub- 
sheriff, for his care and trouble in apprehending 
and bringing in several persons on the process, 
who had not accounted for the publick [public?] 
money, as also for quelling several routs and riots 
in several parts of the County 20 0 0 
October Sessions 1740, to the same, as a gratuity and 
reward for his diligent and faithful discharge of 
his office in executing the King's process against 
all persons, who detained the publick [public?] 
money, and for his great care, trouble and expence 
[expense?] in preserving the publick [public?] 
peace 20 0 0 
January Sessions 1740, to the same, as a recompence 
[recompense?] for his diligence and expence 
[expense?] in executing the process and bringing to 
justice several high-constables and others, who 
detained the publick [public?] money, and also for 
executing several orders issued from the Government 
with great integrity, and particularly an order of 
late for inspecting and computing the corn of this 
County and the species thereof, and returning a 
faithful account thereof to the Government, and also 
for discharging and setting at liberty great numbers 
of poor prisoners without fees for one year past, 
being a time of great rigour and calamity. 20 0 0 
July Sessions 1741, to Mr. Redmond Kane, Sub- 
sheriff, for his great care, expence [expense?] 
and trouble in suppressing riots in different 
parts of the County, and for apprehending and 
bringing in several persons on the process, who had 
not accounted for the publick [public?] money, and 
for transmitting prisoners, and for discharging 
several poor prisoners without fees, who were 
tryed [tried?] for different offences in this 
County 20 0 0 
October Sessions 1741, to the same, for his care 
in suppressing riots, discharging a great number 
of poor prisoners without fees, and executing the 
process against the high and petty constables 
and other persons for the publick [public?] money 30 0 0 
January Sessions 1741, to the same, for his trouble 
and expences [expenses?] in prosecuting, convict- 
ing and executing several murderers at the 
commission of Oyer and Terminer, and for 
exonerating several inhabitants of the County of 
fines payable by them on the green wax process, 
#PAGE 62 
and for discharging a great number of prisoners 
without fees 20 0 0 
April Sessions 1742, to Mark Synnot, Esq., High- 
sheriff, for erecting a gallows 2 7 6 
April Sessions 1743, to Mr. Richard Rickison, Sub- 
sheriff, for his great service in quelling 
several mobbs [mobs?] and riots in several parts 
of the County 50 0 0 
Easter term 1743, to the same, for his expences 
[expenses?] in erecting a pillory in New-market 
and pillorying Robert Brady, he having several 
men in arms to suppress the mobb [mob?], and for 
whipping John Bourke, William Hoey, Edmond 
Dogherty, and Mary Carrick in several parts of 
the County 20 0 0 
July Sections 1743, to the same, for money by him 
expended in repairing the chairs and tables in 
the Justices and Judges rooms, and for iron work 
and other services by him done for the use of 
the County 22 15 0 
October Sessions 1743, to the same, for his good 
attendance in suppressing riots and mobbs 
[mobs?] in the County of Dublin, and especially 
at the commons of Kilmainham and Dolphin's-barn, 
and having men in arms, and endangering his 
life in doing the same 30 0 0 
January Sessions 1743, to the same, for his 
trouble and expences [expenses?] in executing 
Hugh Condron, and for whipping several prisoners 
who were tryed [tried?] in said County, and for 
slating the Session-house, Judges room and the 
whole goal [gaol?], and all other necessaries 
that were wanting in said goal [gaol?] 50 0 0 
Michaelmas term 1743, to the same, for his 
extraordinary expence [expense?] and trouble in 
pulling down the booths and tents on Gallows- 
Hill and Stoney Batter, and suppressing the 
riots at said places 10 0 0 
The two last sums now collecting, --------- 
dated February 4th, 1743. 497 2 6 
John King, Treasurer of the County of Dublin. 
An account of what money I received by presentment of the 
grand juries of the County of Dublin for transporting felons 
and other services. 
#PAGE 63 
Trinity term, 1739. For transporting John Reilly and 
Patrick Dowling 10 
Hillary [Hilary?] term. For transporting Philip 
Magennis, John Reilly, Patrick Dowling, Mary Lawless 
and Hugh Glascoe 30 
May Sessions. For quelling several riots, and for money 
laid out for the use of the County 30 
July Sessions. For transmitting of prisoners, for the 
expences [expenses?] I was at attending the execution 
of John Flanigan, Nicholas Ball and Daniel Neal with 
guards 10 
October Sessions. For providing bolts and shackles for 
the use of the goal [gaol?] and for transmitting 
prisoners 20 
January Sessions. For quelling several riots on the 
Lord's Day in several parts of the County, and for 
raising a guard for the same 20 
--- 
Total 120 
John Cooke. 
A List of felons and vagabonds shipped on board the 
Revolution, John Wright, commander, bound from Dublin to 
Delaware bay in America, September 1743. 
l. s. 
From Trim 
John Cardiffe | 
Patrick Maguire | 
Henry Finnigan | For the transporting received 
From Mullingar > by Sam. [Samuel?] Bathes ____ 12 0 
Philip Magawley | 
James Gordon | 
John Grivey | 
From Carlow 
Edmond Cavenagh For the transporting received 3 0 
From Wicklow 
Joan Mc. Nemara For the transporting received 2 10 
For the City of Dublin 
Margaret Dillon | For the transporting received a pre- 
Mary Drury > sentment for six pounds, no part of 
| which has been yet paid. 
John Langley. 
A List of felons and vagabonds shipped on board the Sarah, 
Richard Berrell, commander, bound from Dublin to Delaware 
bay in America, August 1743. 
#PAGE 64 
From the County of Wicklow 
Michael Doyle | 
Elizabeth Dunn > For the transporting received 7 10 
Margaret Nowland | 
alias Margaret Lennon | 
From the Queen's County 
Dennis Ryan | 
Joan Butler > For the transporting received 10 0 
Patrick Moore | 
Roger Gormill | 
From the County of Cavan 
Isaac Burn > 
Arthur Burn > For the transporting received 5 0 
From the King's County 
Laurence hand For the transporting received 3 0 
From the County of Longford 
Henry Hyland For the transporting received ? ? 
From the City of Dublin 
Laurence Langen | 
Catherine Burn | 
Dominick Hogan | For the transporting received a 
Winifred Linton > presentment for twenty-one pounds, 
William Kennedy | no part of which has yet been paid. 
Patrick Smith | 
Edward Dogherty | 
John Langley. 
A List of felons and vagabonds shipped on board the 
Santry, William Bassnet, commander, bound from Dublin to 
Maryland in America, in 1742 by John Langley and Co. 
l. s. d. 
From the County of Carlow 
Thomas Fleming | 
Bryan Doran | 
William Linchy | 
Edmond Evory | 
John Kealy > For the transporting received 27 9 11 
Dennis Doyle | 
Peter Fitzpatrick | 
Edmond Toole | 
John Nowland | 
Terence Reilly | 
From Wicklow 
Henry Fitzwilliams| 
John Doyle | 
Terence Murphy | 
Loughlin Keary | 
#PAGE 65 
John Reynolds > For the transporting received 30 0 0 
Sarah Donelly | 
George Ashburn | 
Walter Murphy | 
Lewis Murphy | 
Richard Kerivan | 
From the Queen's County 
John Couran alias | 
Donald | 
William Donald | 
alias Despard | 
Patrick Grace | 
Michael Hogan > For the transporting received 27 0 0 
Roger Carney | 
William Delany | 
Thomas Goodwin | 
Darby Kelly | 
John Sherlock | 
From the County of Kildare 
Patrick Kinshelagh| 
Mary Burne > For the transporting received 9 0 0 
Owen Slattery | 
From the County of Longford 
Thomas Needham > 
Patrick Kenny > For the transporting received 2 0 0 
From the County of Dublin 
John Ryan | 
Foelix Doyle | 
James Loughlin | 
Catherine Wale | 
Bridget Maley > For the transporting received 27 0 0 
Mary Anderson | 
Judith Freeman | 
Catherine Burn | 
Thomas Murphy | 
From the City of Dublin 
John Magher | 
John Jones | 
James Newham | 
Nicholas Furlong | 
Christopher Smith | 
Jane Ball | 
Bridget Clark | 
Mary Haydon | 
Alice Tresom | 
Mary Hutchison | 
Elinor Hutchison | 
#PAGE 66 
Mary Maguire | 
Catherine Johnson | For the transporting these 
Margaret Johnson | and the following three, 
Mary Roache > received a presentment for 
Ann Keary | ninety-six pounds, no part of 
Margaret Hand | which is yet paid 96 0 0 
Mary Martin | 
Patrick Carpenter | 
Thomas Rooney | 
John Rooney | 
James Lynagh | 
Mary Stoner | 
Susanna Burke | 
Catherine Doyle | 
Andrew Kerewine | 
John Bannon | 
John Clark | 
Roger Sweeney | 
Ellenor Burrows | 
James Quin > Landing, for which certificate is 
Robert o'Brien | returned. 
John Langley. 
Upon the whole, your Committee beg leave to observe, that 
as these returns from the several Clerks of the Crown in 
this kingdom, were moved for on the tenth day of 
November last past, and that the last of these returns were 
not brought in and laid before the House till the first day 
of this instant February, they have not had it in their 
power, (from the shortness of time) to prosecute this 
inquiry in the manner the nature thereof merited and 
required, whereby many and great frauds and abuses of the 
laws now in force, for transporting of convict felons and 
vagabonds, might have properly been detected and made 
known to the publick [public?], nevertheless upon what 
has appeared to the Committee relative to the County of 
the City of Dublin and County of Dublin, in the progress 
of their inquiry and inspection of said returns, the 
Committee on re-considering their said report, came to 
the following resolutions. 
Resolved, that it appears to this Committee by the 
returns made to the House, that the number of convict 
felons and vagabonds, ordered for transportation these 
seven years last past, amounts to one thousand, nine 
hundred and twenty persons. 
#PAGE 67 
Resolved, that it appears to this Committee by the 
returns made to the House, that the sum of eight 
thousand four hundred and twenty-eight pounds five 
shillings and five-pence sterling hath been presented 
and raised off the several Counties in this kingdom 
these seven years last past, for transporting convict 
felons and vagabonds. 
Ordered, that the said report, be printed; and that Mr. 
Speaker do appoint the printing thereof, and that no 
person, but such as he shall appoint, do presume to 
print the same. 
Journals of the Irish House of Commons 
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