Appendix IV: Fines and Pardons
Inquisition taken at Cashell before the King’s Commissioners at
the instance of the Portreeve and Commons of Cashel, found that certain
trespasses had been committed upon the Commons’ estate by certain
gentlemen of the neighbourhood. A fine of £10 was imposed on each
of them. Among those fined was "Peter Butler of the Grello."
(Inquisition 33 Hen. VIII 1541).
No. 872 (674). Pardon to Peter of Grellagh, Co. Tipp., gent, James Butler
and John Butler his sons, Jno Stabold of Thurlesbeg in same Co., gent,
and Jordan Comyn, kerne. 31 May 1566. (Fiants Eliz. II Rep. D.K.R.
No. 31 Edward VI. Pardon to Sir Edmond Butler, Baron
of Dunboyne, and Peter Butler of Grelaghe, his brother. (Pat. Roll
Edw. VI Membrane 8 Fiants 176).
No. 1297. Pardon to Peter Butler of Grallagh, Co. Tipp., John Butler
and Richard Butler his sons, of same, gents; provided that within six
months he (Peter) appears before the Commissioners of his county and
gives security to keep the peace and answer at Sessions if called upon.
4 March 1568/9 (Fiants Eliz).
No. 2282. Pardon to Richard Butler fitz Piers of Grealagh, gent; Tibold
ower Butler fitz Piers of the same, gent; Margaret ni Mulrian 
wife (widow) of John Butler fitz Piers; Peter Power of Gralagh, yeoman;
Richard Butler fitz Pierce fitz John. Fine; one fat cow each. May 1573.
No. 6495. Pardon to Edmond Butler fitz James of Boytonrath, Co. Tipp.
11 April 1601. (ibid.)
No. 6538. Pardon to Joan ni Fitzgerald of Boytonrath, wife of Tibbot
Butler 29 May 1601. (ibid)