INDEX TO COUNTY LOUTH ASSIZES

1775 - 1810

 

 

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This is a name index to the page that follows - County Louth Assizes 1775-1810, which is in date order. If you find a name that interests you, simply note the date and scroll down the narrative on the next page to find the article.

 

In itself, the table below is interesting, giving at a glance, the types of crimes that were being committed in County Louth in the late 18th century and the punishments associated with those crimes. Execution, mutilation and transportation were quite common as punishments, though not always carried out. Very often execution was commuted to transportation at the last minute. Accounts of executions can be found in the old newspapers and they make uneasy reading. Included in this index are the names of the victims of the crimes and the those of the Judges and  Counsellors.

 

There are a number of sources for following up on transportations:

 

The National Archives of Ireland has a Transportation database: http://www.nationalarchives.ie/

 

With particular reference to County Louth there are two useful books:

Hall, Barbara, A Desperate Set of Villains (The Convicts of the Marquis Cornwallis, Ireland to Botany Bay, 1796), Australia 2000, [Many County Louth prisoners]

Hall, Barbara, A Nimble Fingered Tribe (The Convicts of the Sugar Cane, Ireland to Botany Bay, 1793), Australia 2002, [Small number of Louth prisoners]

 

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 I apologise in advance if I have besmirched the name of an ancestor by associating him or her with a crime s/he did not commit! The page takes a while to download.

 

County Louth Assizes Narrative page: County Louth Assizes 1775-1810

 

Name

Surname

Title

Crime

Event

Punishment

Date of Article

Comment

Thomas

Andrews

-

Felony

-

Acquitted

01/08/1793

-

Thomas

Andrews

-

Stealing arms

-

Hanged

08/08/1793

-

-

Armstrong see Rice

-

-

-

-

12/03/1810

-

-

Arnold

Mr.

-

Guarantor for James Napper Tandy

-

13/04/1793

-

David

Atkinson

-

-

Robbed

-

04/08/1789

-

-

Aungrim

Mr.

-

Assaulted

-

07/05/1791

-

-

Bailly

Mr

-

Robbery

-

30/03/1793

-

Catherine

Baker

-

Felony at large

-

Transported seven years

25/08/1794

-

-

Ball

Mr.

-

-

-

25/03/1794

Counsel for the Defenders

-

Ball

Mr.

-

-

-

14/04/1801

Attorney

Abraham

Ball

-

-

Burgled

-

14/04/1801

-

John

Ball

Esq.

-

-

-

23/02/1805

Barrister

Margaret

Ball

-

-

Victim of William Moreton

-

10/04/1807

-

Patrick

Ballard

-

-

-

-

30/03/1793

see 23/03/1793

-

Bamber & McCartney

Messrs.

-

Robbed

-

25/03/1794

-

John

Barlett

-

Murder

-

Acquitted

12/04/1800

-

William

Barnwall

-

Accomplice to murder

-

Fined 200 & twelve months imprisonment

19/04/1792

-

William

Barnwell

-

Murder

-

-

07/05/1791

Trial put off

John

Barran

-

Assault

-

Acquitted to give bail

04/08/1789

-

-

Barrington

Mr.

-

-

-

23/02/1805

Attorney

John

Bashford

-

-

Burgled

-

14/03/1810

-

Charles

Bayley

Mr.

-

Robbed at Worcester

-

12/08/1809

-

Hugh

Beers

-

Stealing pistols

-

Imprisoned six months

19/07/1809

-

-

Bellew

Mr.

-

-

-

05/09/1797

Counsel

-

Bellew

Counsellor

-

Wounded

-

28/03/1801

-

Edward

Bellew

Bart

-

-

-

10/04/1807

Grand Jury

Francis

Bellew

-

Rape

-

Acquitted

18/08/1791

-

John

Bellew

-

-

Assaulted

-

30/07/1801

-

Alan

Bellingham

Esq.

-

-

-

10/04/1807

Grand Jury

John Claudius

Beresford

Esq.

-

-

-

19/04/1792

Witness

Pat.

Berrill

-

Burglary

-

Acquitted

25/08/1794

-

Joseph

Birch

-

-

Cow stolen

-

20/09/1794

-

-

Bird

Mr.

High Treason

-

-

11/08/1795

Prosecuted through malice

-

Bird

Mr.

-

Perjured

-

20/09/1794

-

Michael

Bird

Esq.

-

Robbed

-

17/03/1815

-

Thomas

Bird

-

-

Murdered

-

17/03/1815

-

Christopher

Birkell

-

Assault

-

Acquitted

17/07/1788

-

-

Blackbourne

Mr.

-

-

-

25/03/1794

Counsel for the Defenders

-

Blacker

Mr.

-

Robbed

-

01/08/1793

-

-

Blacker

Mr.

-

-

-

10/04/1807

Attorney

John

Blacker

-

-

Robbed

-

08/08/1793

-

Peter

Boden

-

-

Murdered

-

27/08/1806

-

Pat.

Bollard

-

Robbing a house of firearms

-

Execution

18/03/1793

Or Ballard

Patrick

Bollard

-

Felonies under the Whiteboy Act

-

Hanged

23/03/1793

-

John

Bolton

-

Felony

-

-

13/04/1790

See James Moore

-

Bourne

-

-

-

-

10/04/1807

Who had right to the office of Clerk of the Peace

John

Bourne

-

-

-

-

10/04/1807

Attorney

James

Boyce

-

Defender

-

Twice publicly whipped and prison three months

25/03/1794

-

-

Boyd

Mr. Justice

-

-

-

18/03/1793

Judge

-

Boyd

Judge

-

-

-

16/03/1793

-

-

Boyd

Hon. Justice

-

-

-

25/08/1794

Judge

Richard

Boylan

-

Arson

-

Executed

11/08/1795

-

Richard

Boylan

-

-

-

-

26/03/1795

Held over to next assizes

Arthur

Boyle

-

Robbing a house of firearms

-

Execution

18/03/1793

-

Arthur

Boyle

-

Burglary

-

Hanged

23/03/1793

-

James

Boyle

-

-

-

Whipped

08/04/1794

-

Henry

Brabazon

Esq.

-

-

-

10/04/1807

Grand Jury

Philip

Brabazon

Esq.

-

-

-

10/04/1807

Grand Jury

Wallop

Brabazon

Esq.

-

-

-

10/04/1807

Grand Jury

James

Brady

-

-

Two pigs stolen

-

14/03/1810

-

Thomas

Brady

-

Highway Robbery in Worcester

-

Executed at Worcester

12/08/1809

-

-

Brady see Duffy

-

-

-

-

25/07/1799

-

Thomas

Branigan

-

Highway Robbery

-

-

25/08/1794

-

Thomas

Brannigan

-

Assault

-

Six months in prison

03/05/1794

-

James

Brennan

-

Riot

-

Whipped and Imprisoned three months

08/08/1793

-

James

Brinkle

-

-

Robbed

-

04/08/1789

-

-

Brogan

-

-

-

-

12/08/1809

See Thomas Brady

Alexander

Brown

-

-

-

-

19/04/1792

Of Dunleary, Witness

-

Bunbury

Rev. Doctor

-

-

-

23/02/1805

Witness

-

Burne

-

Murder

-

Executed

28/03/1801

"The Notorious offender"

Thomas

Burne

-

Defender

-

Twice publicly whipped and prison three months

25/03/1794

-

-

Bushe

Mr.

-

-

-

23/02/1805

Witness

Bernard

Byrne

-

Assault

-

Acquitted

17/07/1788

-

Francis

Byrne

-

Felony

-

Acquitted

01/08/1793

-

Garret

Byrne

-

-

-

-

19/04/1792

Agent

George

Byrne

-

Felony

-

Acquitted

17/07/1788

-

Gerald

Byrne

Mr.

-

-

Indicted for perjury

23/02/1805

Attorney

James

Byrne

-

Robbing the mail

-

Executed

17/07/1788

-

James

Byrne

-

Offences under the Whiteboy Act

-

Acquitted

23/03/1793

-

John

Byrne

-

Murder

-

Executed

14/04/1801

-

Martin

Byrne

-

Felony

-

Acquitted

01/08/1793

-

P.

Byrne

-

Circulating seditious papers

-

Pardoned and freed

01/08/1793

-

Pat

Byrne

-

Publishing a Libel

-

-

13/04/1793

-

Pat.

Byrne

-

Holding a forceable sessession

-

Acquitted

25/08/1794

-

Patrick

Byrne

-

Murder

-

Acquitted

16/09/1797

-

Thomas

Byron

-

-

-

Whipped

08/04/1794

-

-

Cahill see McKeever

-

-

-

-

12/03/1810

-

-

Caldbeck

Counsellor

-

-

-

16/03/1793

Judge

-

Caldbeck

Mr.

-

-

-

23/03/1793

Judge

-

Caldbeck

Counsellor

-

-

-

18/03/1793

Judge

Pat.

Callaghan

-

Stealing Yarn

-

Imprisoned six months

10/08/1810

-

John

Callahan

-

Robbery

-

-

08/04/1794

-

-

Callan

-

Houghing cattle, etc.

-

Execution

03/09/1793

Father and son

Andrew

Callan

-

Stealing yarn etc.

-

Publicly whipped & two months imprisonment

04/05/1802

-

John

Callan

-

-

-

-

18/02/1794

Committed to Trim Gaol

Margaret

Callan

-

-

-

-

05/09/1793

Witness

Michael

Callan

-

Capital Offence

-

Hanged

26/03/1795

-

Pat

Callan

-

-

-

-

05/09/1793

A Prisoner

Peter

Callan

-

Stealing yarn

-

Acquitted

16/09/1797

-

Thomas

Callan

-

Murder

-

Acquitted

25/08/1794

-

Jn.

Campbell

-

Murder

-

Execution - recommended for clemency

31/03/1796

-

Philip

Caragher

-

-

-

Executed

08/04/1794

-

Michael

Carney

-

-

Burgled

-

30/07/1801

-

Patrick

Carney

-

Conspiracy to murder

-

-

24/04/1794

-

Peter

Carr

-

Burglary and Felony

-

Executed

14/04/1801

-

James

Carragher

-

Stealing flour

-

Fined one mark & imprisoned one month

13/04/1790

-

Philip

Carragher

-

Burglary

-

Execution

25/03/1794

-

James

Carran

-

Stealing a watch

-

Acquitted

20/09/1794

-

Patrick

Carrol

-

Burglary

-

Hanged

18/08/1791

-

Henry

Carroll

-

-

Robbed

-

10/08/1810

-

James

Carroll

-

-

Robbed

-

04/08/1789

-

Nicholas

Carroll

-

Murder

-

-

16/09/1797

-

Peter

Carroll

-

Capital Offence

-

Hanged

26/03/1795

-

Peter

Carroll

-

Assault

-

Acquitted

04/08/1789

-

Peter

Carroll

-

Felony

-

Acquitted

07/05/1791

-

Peter

Carroll

-

Burglary

-

Acquitted

16/09/1797

-

Silvester

Carry

-

Burglary

-

Execution

25/03/1794

-

Sylvester

Carry

-

-

-

Executed

08/04/1794

-

Thomas

Carry

-

-

-

Executed

08/04/1794

-

Thomas

Carry

-

Burglary

-

Execution

25/03/1794

-

Thomas

Carty

-

Murder

-

Executed at Dromiskin

18/02/1794

-

Thomas

Carty alias Gartlany

-

Murder

-

-

05/09/1793

-

Thomas

Carvan

-

Robbery etc.

-

-

18/02/1794

Committed for trial at Dundalk

Hugh

Cary

-

Assault

-

Acquitted

17/07/1788

-

Mary

Casey

-

Stealing two purses

-

Hanged

10/03/1785

-

Anne

Casie

-

Stealing potatoes

-

Acquitted

12/04/1800

-

Owen

Cassidy

-

-

Assaulted

-

04/08/1789

-

Terence

Cassidy

-

Horse-stealing

-

Acquitted

14/03/1810

-

Michael

Cavanagh

-

-

Murdered

-

12/04/1800

A soldier

Thomas

Cavanagh

-

Robbery

-

-

10/09/1793

Committed

James

Chapman

-

-

Attempted victim of fraud

-

27/08/1806

-

Charles

Clark

-

Stealing 5

-

Acquitted

14/03/1810

-

-

Clarke

-

Defender

-

-

15/03/1796

Found guilty

Michael

Clarke

-

Arson

-

Hanged, quartered, etc.

08/08/1793

-

Pat

Clarke

-

Defender

-

Twice publicly whipped and prison three months

25/03/1794

-

Pat.

Clarke

-

-

Cows stolen

-

30/07/1801

-

Peter

Clarke

-

-

Assaulted

-

19/07/1809

-

-

Clermont

-

-

Burgled

-

23/03/1793

-

-

Clermont

Lord

-

-

-

19/07/1809

Point of Law against Sharp

-

Clonmel

Right. Hon. Lord Viscount

-

-

-

19/04/1792

Judge

Bridget

Clurky

-

-

Assaulted

-

19/07/1809

-

Mary

Clurky

-

-

Burgled and assaulted

-

19/07/1809

-

Pat.

Clurky

-

-

Attempt to murder him

-

19/07/1809

-

-

Cobourne

Mr.

House robbed of firearms

-

-

18/03/1793

-

-

Coddington

Mrs.

-

Robbed

-

10/03/1785

-

Wm.

Coddington

Rev

-

Robbed

-

27/09/1808

-

Thomas

Coffey

-

Taking an Oath

-

Transportation for seven years

23/03/1793

-

James

Coleman

-

Conspiracy

-

Acquitted

17/03/1815

-

John

Coleman

-

Feloniously receiving a gun

-

Executed

03/05/1794

-

Thomas

Coleman

-

Conspiracy to murder

-

Imprisoned one year and fined 100

08/08/1793

-

Mary

Collier

-

-

Robbed

-

08/04/1794

-

Mathew

Collier

-

Various offences

-

-

18/02/1794

Committed to gaol in Drogheda

Judith

Collins

-

-

Raped

-

27/08/1806

-

Margaret

Commons

-

-

Robbed

-

04/05/1802

-

Mary

Conlan

-

-

Assaulted

-

27/08/1806

-

John

Conly

-

Petty larceny

-

Burned in the hand and imprisoned four days

08/08/1793

-

Michael

Conly

-

Stealing a cow

-

Acquitted

20/09/1794

-

John

Connolly

-

Various offences

-

-

18/02/1794

Committed to gaol in Drogheda

Michael

Connolly

-

Stealing fruit

-

Acquitted

12/04/1800

-

Pat.

Connolly

-

Perjury

-

Acquitted

27/08/1806

-

William

Connolly

-

Robbing the mail

-

Discharged by Proclamation

17/07/1788

-

Francis

Connor

-

Taking an Oath

-

Transportation for seven years

23/03/1793

-

Mathew

Connor

-

Stealing arms

-

Hanged

08/08/1793

-

Michael

Connor

-

Assault

-

Acquitted

27/08/1806

-

Patrick

Connor

-

Assault

-

Acquitted

27/08/1806

-

Pat.

Conolly

-

Holding a forceable sessession

-

Acquitted

25/08/1794

-

James

Conroy

-

Burglary and Felony

-

Executed

14/04/1801

-

Michael

Conroy

-

Felonies

-

Acquitted

26/03/1795

-

Pat

Conyngham

-

Highway robbery

-

Executed

23/03/1793

-

John

Corbolly

-

-

Murdered

-

10/08/1810

-

James

Corgan

-

-

-

-

10/04/1807

-

Philip

Corgan

-

-

Assaulted

-

10/04/1807

-

James

Corran

-

Assault

-

Imprisoned two weeks

16/09/1797

-

Joseph

Coulter

-

-

Victim of a conspiracy to murder

-

03/05/1794

-

Thomas

Coyle

-

-

Robbed

-

16/03/1809

-

James

Cravan

-

-

-

-

25/03/1794

Approver

John

Cravan

-

Defender

-

Twice publicly whipped and prison three months

25/03/1794

-

Charles

Craven

Esq.

-

Burgled

-

23/03/1793

-

James

Craven

-

Offences under the Whiteboy Act

-

Acquitted

23/03/1793

-

Thomas

Craven

Esq.

-

-

-

10/04/1807

Grand Jury

Peter

Crilly

-

Offences under the Whiteboy Act

-

Acquitted

23/03/1793

-

Mary

Crinion

-

-

Raped

-

19/07/1809

-

-

Crookshank

Hon. Justice

-

-

-

25/03/1794

Judge

-

Crookshank

Hon. Justice

-

-

-

20/09/1794

Judge

-

Crookshank

Hon. Justice

-

-

-

03/09/1793

Judge

-

Crookshank

Justice

-

-

-

01/08/1793

Judge

-

Crookshank

Mr. Justice

-

-

-

05/09/1793

Judge

-

Crookshank

Justice

-

-

-

08/08/1793

Judge

-

Crookshank

Hon. Justice

-

-

-

11/08/1795

Judge

-

Cullen see Smith

-

Robbing the mail

-

Acquitted

17/07/1788

-

John

Cunningham

-

Robbery

-

-

18/03/1793

-

Mary

Cunningham

-

Stealing Calico

-

Acquitted

19/07/1809

-

-

Curran

Counsellor

-

-

-

16/09/1797

Counsel

-

Curren

Mr.

-

-

-

23/02/1805

Attorney

James

Curren

-

Stealing pistols

-

Transportation seven years

19/07/1809

-

Arthur

Curry

-

-

Robbed

-

12/04/1800

-

-

Daly

Hon. Justice

-

-

-

17/03/1815

Judge

-

Daly

Mr. Justice

-

-

-

16/03/1809

Judge

-

Daly

Mr. Justice

-

-

-

16/03/1809

Judge

James

Daly

-

Pick-pocket

-

Transportation seven years

25/07/1799

Aged 13

Dominick

Davitt

-

Conspiring to murder David Atkinson Esq.

-

Prison three months and fined 20

25/03/1794

-

Feliz

Dawley

-

Stealing hay

-

Transportation seven years

12/04/1800

-

A.

Dawson

Mr.

-

-

-

14/04/1801

Attorney

Richard

Dawson

Esq.

-

Murdered

-

13/04/1784

-

-

Day

Hon Justice

-

-

-

27/03/1806

Judge

Francis

Deane

-

Coining

-

Acquitted to give bail

04/08/1789

-

Francis

Deane

-

Assault

-

Acquitted

04/08/1789

-

Henry

Deary

-

Defender

-

Transported seven years

25/03/1794

-

James

Deglan

-

Stealing Turkeys

-

Guilty

14/03/1810

-

-

Delahoyd

Mr.

-

Perjured

-

20/09/1794

-

Casimer

Delahoyd

-

-

Victim of attempted counterfeit

-

04/05/1802

-

John

Delahoyd

-

-

Calico stolen

-

19/07/1809

-

Richard

Delahoyd

-

-

Robbed

-

04/05/1802

-

-

Delahoyd & Co.

Mr.

-

Robbed of Calico

-

19/07/1809

-

-

Delahoyde

Mr.

High Treason

-

-

11/08/1795

Prosecuted through malice

-

Derham

Serjeant

Assault

-

Fined 6d.

05/09/1797

-

-

Derry

Mr.

Treason

-

-

05/09/1797

Usher of Mr.Tindall's School; No trial to take place

Valentine

Derry

-

High Treason

-

-

16/09/1797

Trial postponed to next assizes

James

Develin

-

-

Robbed

-

04/08/1789

-

Thomas

Devine

-

Murder

-

Executed

14/04/1801

-

James

Devitt

-

-

-

-

18/03/1793

Approver on the part of the Crown

Francis

Devlin

-

Murder

-

-

25/08/1804

-

James

Devling

-

Stealing

-

Acquitted

04/08/1789

-

Walter

Dillon

Esq.

-

-

-

19/04/1792

Witness

James

Divine

-

Stealing one cow

-

Acquitted

27/08/1806

-

Margaret

Divine

-

Stealing one cow

-

Acquitted

27/08/1806

-

-

Dobbs

Mr.

-

-

-

05/09/1793

Counsel

-

Dobbs

Mr.

-

-

-

25/03/1794

Counsel for the Defenders

Francis

Dobbs

-

-

-

-

19/04/1792

Counsel for Defence

James

Dogherty

-

-

Watch stolen

-

20/09/1794

-

James

Dogherty

-

-

Robbed

-

25/03/1794

-

Thomas

Donaghy

-

Robbery

-

Acquitted

10/08/1810

-

John

Donaldson

-

Manslaughter

-

Burned in the hand & three months imprisonment

18/08/1791

-

Francis

Donnelly

-

Administering Oaths

-

-

16/09/1797

-

Pat

Dooley

-

Administering Oaths

-

Acquitted

26/03/1795

-

Patrick

Dooly

-

Robbery etc.

-

-

18/02/1794

Committed for trial at Dundalk

James

Doran

-

Assault

-

Fined 6d

17/07/1788

-

Mathew

Doran

-

Robbery

-

Executed

13/04/1784

-

Michael

Doran

-

Robbing the mail

-

Discharged by Proclamation

17/07/1788

-

James

Dornin

-

Drinking seditious toasts

-

Acquitted

25/03/1794

-

Pat.

Dougherty

-

-

Murdered

-

14/04/1801

-

Thomas

Dougherty

-

Stealing 112lbs. of hogs lard

-

Acquitted

12/03/1810

-

-

Dowdall

Mr.

Treason

-

-

05/09/1797

Trial postponed

Ann

Dowdall

-

Assault

-

Acquitted

17/03/1815

-

Bernard

Dowdall

-

High Treason

-

-

16/09/1797

Trial postponed to next assizes

Chichester

Dowdall

-

-

Burgled

-

25/08/1794

-

John

Dowdall

-

Assault

-

Acquitted

17/07/1788

-

Pat

Dowdall

-

High Treason

-

-

16/09/1797

Trial postponed to next assizes

Thomas

Dowdall

-

Stealing firearms

-

Execution respited

18/03/1793

-

Thomas

Dowdall

-

Burglary

-

Execution

23/03/1793

-

-

Downes

Hon. Mr. Justice

-

-

-

18/03/1793

Judge

-

Downes

Judge

-

-

-

16/03/1793

-

-

Downes

Mr. Justice

-

-

-

23/03/1793

Judge

Mary

Downy

-

-

Assaulted

-

27/08/1806

-

John

Doyle

-

Making fake Butter

-

Held over

27/10/1810

-

Peter

Doyle

-

Making fake Butter

-

Held over

27/10/1810

-

John

Dransfield

-

-

Robbed

-

12/04/1800

-

Terence

Drum

-

Passing base coinage

-

Acquitted

12/03/1810

-

-

Dublin see Egan

-

Felony

-

Acquitted

17/07/1788

-

Byran

Duff

-

Murder

-

Acquitted

16/09/1797

-

William

Duff

-

Assault

-

Transported

10/03/1785

-

James

Duffy

-

Murder

-

Acquitted

27/08/1806

-

Sarah

Duffy

-

-

Assaulted

-

19/07/1809

-

Loughlin

Duffy alias Brady

-

Stealing a mare

-

Executed

25/07/1799

-

Bryan

Dullaghan

-

Discharged a gun

-

-

05/09/1793

-

Thomas

Dullegan

-

Petty larceny

-

Burned in the hand

26/03/1795

-

John

Dungan

-

-

-

-

30/03/1793

see 23/03/1793

John

Dungan

-

Robbing the mail at Flurry-bridge

-

Hanged

23/03/1793

-

John

Dungan

-

Robbing the mail

-

Execution

18/03/1793

-

John

Dunlin

-

-

Robbed

-

24/04/1794

-

-

Dunn

Constable

-

-

-

27/03/1806

Witness

James

Durnin

-

Felony

-

Acquitted

13/04/1790

-

Peter

Durnin

-

Stealing

-

Transportation seven years

12/04/1800

-

Francis

Eastwood

Esq.

-

-

-

10/04/1807

Grand Jury

John

Eastwood

-

Murder

-

Acquitted

03/09/1776

-

-

Egan

Mr.

-

-

-

23/02/1805

Attorney

Bernard

Egan

-

Robbery of wearing apparel

-

Transported

04/08/1789

-

Bernard

Egan

-

Robbery of dwelling house

-

Acquitted

04/08/1789

-

Bernard

Egan alias Dublin

-

Felony

-

Acquitted

17/07/1788

-

-

English

Mr.

Assault

-

Imprisonment three months

05/09/1797

-

George

Evans

Esq

-

Insulted

-

15/03/1796

Mayor of Drogheda

-

Ewing

Mr.

-

-

-

25/03/1794

Counsel for the Defenders

-

Fairtcough

Dr.

-

-

-

19/04/1792

Witness

John

Farrell

-

Murder

-

-

07/04/1808

-

Mat.

Farrelly

-

Burglary

-

Acquitted

25/08/1794

-

Matthew

Farrelly

-

Perjury

-

Pillared

20/09/1794

-

Patrick

Fear

-

Insulting the Mayor of Drogheda

-

Fined 6d.

15/03/1796

-

James

Fee

-

Robbing the Ardee Mail

-

Acquitted

25/03/1794

-

Michael

Feehan

-

-

-

Whipped

08/04/1794

-

Terence

Fegan

-

Receiving stolen goods

-

Transportation for life

25/07/1799

-

Wm.

Ferguson

-

-

5 stolen

-

14/03/1810

-

Alexander

Filgate

Esq.

-

-

-

10/04/1807

Grand Jury, High Sheriff

William

Filgate

Esq.

-

-

-

10/04/1807

Grand Jury

Thomas

Finegan

-

Offences under the Whiteboy Act

-

Acquitted

23/03/1793

-

Francis

Finigan

-

Stealing flour

-

Fined one mark & imprisoned one month

13/04/1790

-

James

Finigan

-

Feloniously taking 1 6s 0d in money

-

Acquitted

12/04/1800

-

Mary

Finigan

-

Stealing flour

-

Fined one mark & imprisoned one month

13/04/1790

-

Owen

Finnigan

-

Stealing three barrels of barley

-

Acquitted

27/08/1806

-

Thomas

Finnigan

-

Stealing three barrels of barley

-

Acquitted

27/08/1806

-

Mathias

Finucane

Hon.

-

-

-

04/05/1802

Judge

-

Fischer

Serjeant

Assault

-

Imprisonment three months

05/09/1797

-

Martin

Fitzgerald

-

Robbery & two capital offences

-

Execution

01/08/1793

-

Martin

Fitzpatrick

-

Stealing arms

-

Hanged

08/08/1793

-

Peter

Fitzpatrick

-

Grand Larceny

-

Acquitted

16/09/1797

-

James

Fitzsimons

-

Riot at Ardee

-

Imprisoned three years

25/03/1794

-

James

Fitzsimons

-

Burglary and Felony

-

Executed

14/04/1801

-

James

Fitzsimons

-

Robbing the Ardee Mail

-

Acquitted

25/03/1794

-

William

Fitzsimons

-

Stealing tallow

-

Acquitted

04/08/1789

-

Wm.

Fitzsimons

-

Burglary and Felony

-

Executed

14/04/1801

-

John

Flanagan

-

-

Robbed

-

23/03/1793

-

John

Flanagan

-

-

Robbed

-

18/03/1793

-

James

Fleming

-

Using an unlicensed still

-

50 fine and imprisoned two months

16/03/1809

-

James

Flinn

-

Burglary

-

Execution

23/03/1793

-

James

Flinn

-

Stealing firearms

-

Execution

18/03/1793

-