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No. Date of Order.
PARTIES - COMPLAINANT AND DEFENDANT.

(The Christian and Surname, Rank, Occupation, or other addition and Residence, stating Parish and Townland, to be given, and the parties to be distinguished by prefixing their appellation - Complainant or Defendant.)
NAMES OF WITNESSES

examined and whether for Complainant or Defendant.

CAUSE OF COMPLAINT

as set forth in Summons.
PARTICULARS OF ORDER OR DISMISSAL.

If Dismiss, whether with or without prejudice, and whether with or without Costs, &c. If Ejectment, when to be evicted, and from what and whose premises, &c. If to be Whipped, whether in or out of Prison, &c., &c.


43 1896
February 8th
Complainant:- Mary Doyle
of Ballyredmond
Parish of Moyacomb

Defendant:- William Roche
Ballyredmond
Parish of Moyacomb
For Complainant:-
Mary Doyle
That Defendant at Ballyredmond in the said District and County Carlow, on the 28th day of January 1896, did unlawfully assault complainant by winding a gun over her head, catching her and shaking her forcibly. Dismissed on the merits.
44 " Complainant:- John Doyle
of Ballyredmond
Parish of Moyacomb

Defendant:- William Roche
Ballyredmond
Parish of Moyacomb
For Complainant:-
Mary Doyle
That sheep Defendant's property were found trespassing on land cropped with cabbage in property of Complainant at Ballyredmond in said County of Carlow as follows:-
- on the 28th day of January 1896, 6 Sheep
- on the 29th day of January 1896, 25 Sheep
Sum claimed for special damage £1-
Decree for ten shillings and two shillings costs.
45 " Complainant:- William Roche
of Ballyredmond
Parish of Moyacomb

Defendant:- Mary Doyle
Ballyredmond
Parish of Moyacomb
For Complainant:-
William Roche
Myles Balfe
That on the 28th day of January 1896, at Ballyredmond in said County of Carlow Defendant did wilfully and maliciously commit certain damage, injury and spoil to and upon 54 sheep Complainant's property by hissing a dog after them to chase and worry them, contrary to the statute, and Complainant claims the sum of one shilling as compensation for the injury done. Dismissed on the merits.
46 " Complainant:- William Roche
of Ballyredmond
Parish of Moyacomb

Defendant:- Mary Doyle
Ballyredmond
Parish of Moyacomb
For Complainant:-
William Roche
Myles Balfe
That on the 28th day of January 1896, at Ballyredmond in said County of Carlow Defendant unlawfully and wilfully trespassed in a field Complainant's property within three months for the time that she had trespassed in said field and had been warned not to do so by Complainant. Dismissed on the merits.


John & Mary Doyle vs. William Roche | Petty Court Session 1896

In late January six of Roche's sheep gain entry to Doyle's land destroying cabbages. An argument ensues and the next day 25 sheep enter the cropped land. John and Mary claim damages from William, William counter's blaming Mary for worrying sheep.

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Owner/SourceNational Archives of Ireland | Petty Sessions order books 1842-1913 (IIMI Inc and brightsolid online publishing (Ireland) Ltd), Findmypast Ireland, 5 Whitefriars/Aungier Street/Dublin 2/Ireland, John Doyle; Year: 1896; Date: 8 Feb 1896; Court: Newtownbarry. Petty Sessions - Newtownbarry Court House, Co. Wexford
Date8 Feb 1896
PlaceNewtownbarry Court House, Church Road, Bunclody, Co Wexford
Latitude52.6522772
Longitude-6.658835
Linked toJohn Doyle; Mary Neill

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