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sayd last sicknes whereof hee deposed declared that hee had made his
will in writing and thereof made his Brother Sir John Barker arlate
Executor, And hee beleeveth the sayd Sir John Barker hath since the
death of the sayd Robert proved the same in the arlate Court for probate
of wills and graunting Administrations but for more certainty thereof referreth
him selfe to the the Registry of that Court And further cannot to this
article depose/

To the 5th hee saith that hee this deponent and the sayd Mr harvie and the sayd
Travers and Barker being as aforesayd all together in the lodgeing of the
sayd Robert Barker deceased drawing up Accompts betwixt the sayd
Travers and Barker (the sayd Barker Travers and harvie having
made some progresse therein before this deponent came to them
the sayd Barker and Travers both of them desyred this deponent to
assiste them in the drawing up of an Account betwixt them the
sayd Barker and Travers, and this deponent did there upon inquire
with the sayde Barker and Travers and harvie and drew up an Account
by way of debtor and Creditor in which Accompt the sayde Barker and
did charge the sayd Travers with severall goods
belonging to him the sayde Barker and sold by the sayde Travers
and severall summes of money paid by the sayd Robert Barker
to the sayd Travers amounting to the summe of two thousand
three hundred twenty two pounds seaven shillings and eight
pence, which sayd goods soe sold and moneys soe paid the sayde
Travers did acknowledge to have sold and receaved, And thereupon
the sayd Travers was by this deponent and the sayd Barker and Harvie desyred
that hee the sayd Travers should in like sorte charge the sayd
Robert Barkers Account with what moneys hee had at any
tyme paid to the sayd Robert Barker or for his use or for any
Commodities for the sayd Barkers use which the said Travers
did out of his booke of Accounts, and by way of discharge did
charge the sayd Robert Barkers account with severall summes
of money paid unto the sayd Barker and for his use, and also
with the summe of fower hundred eighty two pounds ten
shillings and eight pence in particular for the fowerth part of the
foresayd Cargoe of Tobaccoe, the whole of the sayd Travers his
charge (by way of discharge to the Account of the sayd Barker)
amounting to the summe of sixteene hundred forty fower
pounds five shilling and eleven pence, and thereupon hee this
deponent did aske the sayd Travers whether hee would could charge
the sayd Barkers account with any more than the summe above
mentioned whereto hee replyed and sayd hee could charge
him the sayd Barker with noe moore, and sayd further
that hee the sayd Travers and his man had in deede paid out severall other
summes of money for the use of the sayd Barker which was not included in that his Account [XXX GUTTER]
but sayd the sayd Barker had repaied him them, and


Primary sources



C 5/15/76 Short title: Northcote v Travers. Plaintiffs: Arthur Northcote. Defendants: Giles Travers. Subject: money matters, Surrey. Document type: bill, answer. 1652

C 5/573/88 Short title: Warham v Travers. Plaintiffs: George Warham. Defendants: Giles Travers and another. Subject: money matters, Middlesex. Document type: Bill only. 1667

C 6/178/86 Short title: Travers v Graves. Plaintiffs: Giles Travers . Defendants: John Graves . Subject: money matters, Middlesex. Document type: bill, answer, schedule.1667

C 6/237/60 Short title: Browne v Travers. Plaintiffs: Ruth Browne spinster. Defendants: Giles Travers, Cornelius Cornwallis and Elizabeth Cornwallis. Subject: property in Burghclere, Hampshire. Document type: bill, two answers, schedule. SFP 1675


E 134/13and14Chas2/Hil19 Sir Wm. Waller, knight. v. Giles Travers: Custom of prisage on Spanish wines brought into the port of Bristol, &c.: Bristol. 30 January 1661 - 29 January 1663