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This first of May 1656/

Tytus Complayne against John Brandlin}
John Blomfeild and Alexander Scott}

Examined upon the libell given in and admitted on behalfe of
the sayd Complaine

RP. 7

Thomas Colclough of the parish of Saint Christoper neere the stocks
London Grocer aged 36 yeares or thereabouts, a wittnes sworne and
examined saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet

To the 3 article of the sayd Libell hee saith that upon the thirteenth day of
the moneth of October 1653 the arlate Titus Complayne did buy of
this deponent the foure hogsheads of tobaccoe arlate, for which the sayd Comp-
laine did bargaine with this deponent to pay him for them and hath since
paid him for them fifty, five pounds foure shillings seaven pence and
the sayde Complaine ordered this deponent to send the sayd foure hogsheads
of tobacco to dice Key London to be shipped a board the key a vessell called
the Primrose of Ipswich of which as hee sayd the arlate William Marsh
was Master and hee saith that shortly after they were soe bought and before
the seventeenth day of the sayd moneth of March this deponent sent them in a
Cart to dice Key and sent his servant John Appleton with them to see
them delivered to the sayd Marsh, who accordingly went with them and
receaved the sayd hogsheads of tobaccoe at the sayd Key, and taken charge of
them till such tyme as he could shipp them with his sayd vessell. And hee
saith a good while after the sayd moneth of October this deponent heareing
a reporte that the sayde Marsh his hoye was cast away, hee this deponent
went to the wharfengers man of dice Key and enquired of him whether the
sayd 4 hogsheads of tobaccoe were by the sayd Marsh laden aboard his sayd
hoye, who affirmed to this deponent that they were laden aboard her
about the 17th day of the sayd moneth of October 1653 And further to
this article hee cannot depose./

To the 4th hee cannot depose./

To the 5th hee saith hee hath hearde the sayd Complaine saye that hee
nor any other for him or his use did ever receive of the said Marsh the sayd
4 hogsheads of Tobaccoe or any thing in liew of them And further hee
cannot depose. saving his subsequent deposition

To the 6th and 7th hee cannot depose/

To the 8th hee cannot depose

To the rest of the articles hee is not examined by direction of the producent

To the Interrogatories [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first Interrogatory hee saith hee has cometh to testifie he hath of the
knowledge in this cause being soe required to doe by the sayd Complaine
and saith it will bee neither profitt nor preiudice to him this rendent
which way soe ever his cause bee adiudged and that hee hath noe share or
interest therein nor in the vessell Interrogate./

To the 2 he saith hee knoweth not the Interrate Brandling nor ever sawe
him that he knoweth of./

To the 3 hee cannot answere knowing nothing touching the contents thereof/




Thomas Colclough


Co Co Cornhill, 1660-71, Dep, 1665 (1) 'The Crown', near Stocks market, Cornhill, 1664, gone by 1677, St Christopher, 1644, 1660, St Olave Hart Street, 1680 (2) GR, appr, 1637, to Thomas GOWER (3) b 1619, d 31 Dec 1680, bur St Olave Hart Street (4) Will PCC 56 North pr, 8 Apr 1681 f George Colclough of Blurton, Staff, gent, mar 1644, Elizabeth Gooday (5) "Cousin" of George GOODAY (6)

(1) Dep, 1664-71 in CRO lists, 1665 only in WIM, Cornhill (2) LTR, V, p 154, Boyd 43081, VBk, St Christopher, will (3) Will, GR, Appr Reg, 1629-66, f 66 (4) Boyd 43081 (5) GR, Appr Reg, 1629-66, f 66, 43081 (6) Will"[1]
  1. J.R.. Woodhead, 'Cade - Cutler', The Rulers of London 1660-1689: A biographical record of the Aldermen and Common Councilment of the City of London (1966), pp. 42-56, viewed 28/04/14