CHARLES O'MULLOY and MCGEOGHEGAN. MS 603, p. 84a 28 Nov 1537
MS 603, p. 84a
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 110.
I. Indenture, 28th November 29 Henry VIII., between Lord Leonard Grey, Viscount Grane, Deputy, and Charles O'Mulloy chief captain of his nation and country of Fercalgh.
(1.) O'Mulloy will be a true and faithful subject to the King, and serve his Deputy for the time being, especially against the traitor Bernard O'Chonour and his followers.
(2.) He will serve against all Irishmen for one day and night at his own expenses, with six horsemen and forty foot, whenever commanded, if he have notice three days before. In all other journeys or invasions made by the Lord Deputy he will serve him with four horsemen and twelve footmen.
(3.) He will support Charles O'Chonour, the Lord McGoighegan, and other subjects of the King.
(4.) He will pay to the King all rents and revenues due and accustomed in his country.
For the performance of the premises, he placed in the hands of the Lord Deputy his son Conacius O'Mulloy as hostage. The Deputy agrees that the Baron of Delven, Dillon, Dalton, Tyrrel, and other captains or subjects of the King shall aid the said captain whenever there shall be need.
Dated at Kyllegh in Offaly, the day and year above written.
II. Indenture, 28th November, 29 Henry VIII., between Lord Leonard Grey and Rosrid, otherwise Rosse, McGeoghegan, chief captain of his nation and country of Kynneleagh.
Similar to the preceding.
He will sustain Charles O'Chonour and the Lord O'Muloy in all reasonable causes. He placed in the hands of the Lord Deputy his second son, Hugh McGeoghegan, as hostage. No crime committed by Cornelius McGeoghegan, his sons, or followers shall be to the detriment of the said Lord McGoghegan or his hostage.
Dated at Kylleghe the day and year above written.