Extracts from the Summonister’s Roll: the original records were lost in the destruction of the Public Record Office, Dublin in 1922.
The details of the charges are not recorded, but many are believed to be for non-attendance. However, the importance of these records is that they record names and addresses within a few years of the Plantation of Ulster 1610-20.
Summonister’s Roll, No 6, Tyrone Assizes, 15 Sept, 15 Jas I, 1618
***ORIGINAL SPELLING HAS BEEN RETAINED***
Name Residence Con boy McHenry oge Crewlagh [Creevelough] Robert Hovenden [Ovendon] Crewlagh [Creevelough] Gilbert ?add? Dromragh Oliver McDonel Kilskerry [Kilskeery] Jn roe O’Neal Longfield Neale McTirlo O’Donelly Termonmagork [Termonmaguirk] Robt Montgomery Clogher Jas Callile? Strabane Robt Wilson Clogher Hugh Hamilton Leck [Leckpatrick] Allen Moore Clogher parish Jn Hamilton Shawton? Tirlo McFarrenan Arstragh [Ardstraw] Con O’Gormly Arstragh [Ardstraw] Alex Dromond Cape [Cappagh?] Alex Stewart Ballecloggy
all fined for non-attendance