MAKGYLL PATRYK. MS 603, p. 86a 8 Nov 1537
MS 603, p. 86a
Calendar of the Carew Manuscripts preserved in the Archiepiscopal Library at Lambeth, ed. J. S. Brewer & W. Bullen (6 vols., 1867-73), vol. I, document 109.
Indenture, 8 Nov., 29 Hen. VIII., between Sir Anth. Seyntleger, Sir Geo. Paulet, Sir Th. Moyle, and Sir Wm. Barners, the King's Commissioners, of the one part, and Bernard Fitz Patrick, otherwise called Makgyll Patryk, possessor of the land of Upper Ossory, of the other part.
The last named has submitted himself, his goods, lands, servants and all others under his government to the rule of the King, and the said Commissioners grant that he shall be created a Baron of the Parliament in Ireland, and have the name or dignity of Baron of Colthill and Castleton, with all his castles, lands, and tenements in Ossory of the King's gift; to hold by the service of two knights' fees, paying annually to the King 3l. 14s. of the money of Ireland.
Contemp. copy. [Printed from the original in the Record Office in "State Papers," II. 514.]