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?lives than ?it was soe generally taken notice of at Zantes
as that the producent George ffarrington an English Merchant there
resident out of meere love to his Country and Countriemen the
owners of the said ship and for the preservation of her and
her provisions abord her from a certaine [XXXXX] if not tymely
prevented) did procure him this deponent together with his
precontest John Hart and severall other Masters and Marriners of
ships then at that place with theire boats vessells and other Materialls
to get the said ship Cleeve off the said Rockes upon which shee
was soe fast sett. And saith that the said persons soe procured
and imployed by the said producent with much difficulty and
great labour and paines did get the said ship cleare accordingly
and soe preserved her from being splitt in peeces and
perishing which shee could not otherwise have escaped. All
which hee knoweth to [?bee] because hee this deponent was then
with the ship whereof hee was commander at Zante and
then and there sawe the said ship the Arke upon the said Rockes
and tooke great notice [?of] what care and diligence the said producent
got her cleared from thence and was one himselfe that was assistant
therein. And further hee cannot depose.

To the third and fowerth articles of the said Libell and schedule annexed
hee saith and deposeth That assoone as the said ship the Arke
was as aforesaid gott cleare of the said Rocks shee appeared to
this deponent and the rest that was then present who were
more experienced in shipping to bee very much bruised broken
and damnified and a great part of her keele was thereby quite
taken away and the said ship in severall other parts of her was
soe impaired shattered and damnified as that shee stood in
need of sundrye materialls reparations provisions and necessaryes
as that without the amendments thereof and furnishing therewith shee
could not possibly goe to sea againe and the said producent
perceaving and as this deponent conceiveth and hath ?heard] haveing formerly had correspondence with [XXXX]
the said Hayward and others of the said ships Owners hee did
(out of meere love to them as his Countrymen and acquaintances
and to the end that the said ship might not lye there and Rott, but be[?e]
againe set forth for her owners Advantage) lay forth and
disburse severall and great Sommes of money as in the schedule
hereunto annexed is specified and conteyned most of [XXXXX]
of this deponents sight and knowledge were by him [?Expended]
layed out and procured for and about the necessary [XXXX]
reparation and amendment of the said ship and her [XXXXXXX]
and all the rest of the said Somme hee is verily perswaded in his
conscience and beleiveth were allsoe Laid out by the
said producent in and about the same. And further
hee cannot depose.




George ffarrington



Primary sources

George ffar(r)ington

C 5/416/50 Short title: Farrington v Dobson. Plaintiffs: George Farrington. Defendants: Thomas Dobson and another. Subject: money matters. Document type: answer. 1657
C 5/422/3 Short title: Farrington v Croft. Plaintiffs: George Farrington. Defendants: James Croft. Subject: money matters. Document type: two bills. 1663

C 6/36/63 Short title: Ricchins v Farington. Plaintiffs: Edmund Richins. Defendants: George Farington. Subject: money matters. Document type: answer only. 1670
C 6/186/95 Short title: Richins v Gandy. Plaintiffs: Edward Richins . Defendants: Margery Gandy and George Farington . Subject: money matters, Middlesex. Document type: bill, two answers. 1669

PROB 11/446/318 Will of George Farrington of Saint Giles in the Fields, Middlesex. 12 July 1698

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