HCA 13/63 f.62r Annotate
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of the said ship and lading and on board her at the tyme hee
was soe taken and was carryed into Dunkirke together with
the said ship and lading as a prisoner and thereby knoweth the
premisses to bee true as is predeposed. And further to these
Interrogatories hee cannot depos.
Richard Tilkes [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE
22nd. Aprilis 1650 [CENTRE HEADING]
2 Ex parte [?Chungeon] pred.}
Recd pro exam.
Willimus Everist of the Towne
of Southampton Seaman aged 19. years
or thereabouts sworne and examined as
aforesaid saith as followeth videlicit.
To the ffirst interrogatorie he saith and deposeth that hee this deponent well
knowe the ship the Providence of Southampton and was one of her companie
aboard her dureing her last voyage being bound from Plymouth to the Islands
of the Barbada's and to other parts and places thereabouts and soe back
againe to Southampton. And saith that accordingly the said ship did proceed and
did arrive at the Barbada's upon or about the beginning of July last past
and sett sail againe from thence for Southampton about the Middle
of October as hee remembereth And otherwise hee cannot
To the second interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that the said shippe
the Providence did of his knowledge discharge her outward bound ladeing
or Adventure which was on board her for the Accompt of Mr. James Chungeon
Anthonie Everist Chris Poore and his precontest Richard Tyler who
was then Master of the said ship att the Barbada's and with the proceed thereof
did of his knowledge take in a Cargazon of Sugars Tobaccoes Cotton
wooll and severall other comoditys which hee saith were to bee transported
in the said ship to Southampton and there he bee delivered to the
partiespredeposed or theire Assignes which hee knoweth hee this deponent
being as aforesaid aboard the said shipp all the said voyage and untill
shee was surprized and taken as is hereafter expressed. And saith further
to this his this deponents knowledge there was laden abord the said
ship the Providence at the Barbada's for the particular accompt of his precontest
Richard Tyler 4000 weight of sugar 2000 weight of tobaccoe, halfe
a hundred weight of Indigoe 200. weight of Elephants teeth and severall
other goods and Comodities. And further hee cannot depose.
To the third Interrogatorie hee saith and deposeth that the said Mr Chuungeon
Mr Everist and his said precontest Richard Tyler were commonly accompted and
reputed the ture and lawfull Owners of the shipp the Providence and of her
tackle apparell and furniture att there and before the tyme of her last going
out upon the voyage in question. And the said Poore hee saith had a quarter
part Adventure in her ladeing both outwards and homewards bound. And
hee doeth said and depose that the said Mr Chungeon was accompted
owner of one halfe of the said shipp and her furniture and the said Everist and
Tyler were each of them accompted owners of a quarter of the said ship
the Providence together with her tackle apparell and furniture.
And further hee cannot depose.