Sworn statements of John Jackson, yeoman, of Williamstown, and Abraham Harwood, shoemaker, of Tullow, taken by Edward Whitty,
1800 May 13.
|Main Creator:||Jackson, John, of Williamstown, Co. Carlow|
In evidence of an attack by rebels on Jackson at Lisnava on 11 May 1800.
Report of examination of John Jackson of Williamstown, who was captured by rebels who threatened to kill him at Lisnava on 11 May 1800, with details of his escape, search for rebels, exchange of fire etc.
|Citation:||National Library of Ireland. Department of Manuscripts|
Physical description: 2 handwritten sheets.
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|MS 39,281||Manuscripts Reading Room Special Access||Manuscripts|