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Humfrey Hardwick, did soone after the sayd agreement made, lade and
put a board the Cesar arlate for the Accompt and as the proper money of the
sayd William Williams and Company the summe of three thousand dollers,
and consigned the same to be delivered at Petras aforesayd for the use of the
sayd Williams and Company to the sayd harbye, and the arlate William
ffudge gave this deponent the bill of ladeing in this article mentioned and to
this allegation annexed, signed (as the sayd ffudge hath often acknowledged to
this deponent and many others) with his owne proper hand writeing, which
being done hee saith the sayd shipp the Cesar and the sayd harby departed
with the sayd three thousand peeces of eight aboard her to Petras and hee
this deponent sent alonge with him in the sayd shipp one Aron Estes to
take care and charge of such curranse, as should be bought and laden aboard
the sayd shipp the Cesar for the use and Accompte of the sayd Williams and
Company, which Aron Estes did informe this deponent that the sayd shipp
the Cesar safely arrived at Petras aforesayd, and that the sayd harby
bought with the sayd moneys a great quantitie videlicet thirty seaven butts
five caratells and three quarter rolls of curranse for the use and Accompt of
the sayd Williams and Company, and laded them aboard the Cesar aforesayd
and committed them to the care of the sayd Estes who tooke possession of
them (as hee told this deponent) on the behalfe of this deponent and the sayd
William Williams and Company his this deponents principalls, and
caused them to bee marked with the marke in the margent And hee


this deponent beleeveth what the sayd Estes soe told him to bee truth, for that
the sayd harbie hath since given to this deponent an Invoice (being the
Invoice to this allegation annexed) for the sayd 37 butts 5 caratells and
3 quarter rolls of Curranse by him bought and laden aboard the sayd
shipp for the use and Accompt of the sayd Williams and Company and signed by
him the sayd harbie with his owne hand in the presence of this deponent and
his contest the sayd Aron Estes, And hee alsoe saith that the sayd Aron
Estes alsoe told this deponent after the sayd Currans were laden aboard
the sayd shipp Cesar for the Accompt aforesayd that hee did signifie to
the sayd ffudge the Master of the Cesar, that the sayd Curranse soe laden for
Accompt of the sayd Williams and Company were to be carried to Argustoll
aforesayd and there delivered to this deponent for the use and Accompt of
the sayd Williams and Company, And hee this deponent saith that the sayd
Estes and the sayd Clement harbie alsoe told this deponent that hee th{e} sayd harbie did at Petras afore=
sayd after the sayd Curranse were laden aboard the Cesar, require of the sayd
ffudge bills of ladeing for the sayd Curranse to be delivered to this
deponent at Argustoll for the use and Accompte of the sayd Williams and
Company, And that the sayd ffudge refused to give any such bills whereupon
the sayd harbie (as they the sayd Estes and harby told this deponent) made a protest



Aron Estes

William ffudge

Clement Harbie (alt. Harby(e)

William Williams (William Williams and company)


Argostoll (alt. Argustoll)



Primary sources



C 2/ChasI/C127/24 Short title: Charleton v Harbie. Plaintiff: Charleton and others. Defendant: Harbie kt and others.Document type: Rejoinder 1625-1660
C 2/ChasI/F42/36 Short title: Fudge v Gould. Plaintiffs: Fudge. Defendants: Gould. Document type: replication. 1625-1660

C 5/395/81 Short title: Drake v Fudge. Plaintiffs: William Drake and another. Defendants: William Fudge.Subject: money matters.Document type: bill, plea. 1658.
C 5/413/49 Short title: Rocke v Fudge. Plaintiffs: Thomas Rocke. Defendants: William Fudge. Subject: personal estate of the deceased Thomas Rocke of Butleigh, Somerset. Document type: bill, answer. 1653
C 5/618/32 Lokier v. Fudge: Somerset. 1668

C 6/134/59 Short title: Fudge v Williams. Plaintiffs: William Fudge. Defendants: William Williams, John Langley, Samuel Moyer, James Wych and Richard Langford. Subject: money matters, Middlesex. Document type: bill, demurrer. 1657
C 6/143/81 Short title: Harby v Charlton. Plaintiffs: Susannah Harby widow. Defendants: Robert Charlton . Subject: personal estate of the deceased Clement Harby , of Middlesex. Document type: bill, demurrer. SFP. 1657.
- SEE ALSO: C 2/ChasI/C127/24 Short title: Charleton v Harbie. Plaintiff: Charleton and others. Defendant: Harbie kt and others.Document type: Rejoinder 1625-1660
- SEE ALSO: C 10/57/56

Charleton, and others v. Harbie, knight:. 1650.
C 6/593/138 Short title: Lockyer v Fudge.First plaintiff: Lockyer. Defendants: Fudge. Document type: bill only. Note: Brief description taken from an 18th century listing.
[1649 - 1714]

C 22/353/1 Fudge v Gold. 01 January 1558 - 31 December 1714

Court of Admiralty

HCA 13/128 no.fol. The personall answers of Andrew Rickard Esquire, William Vincent Esq:r, Nicholas Penning Phillip ffarewell, John Sandys and Michael Evans made to the pretended positions of an allegation given in and admitted on the part and behalfe of Humphrey Hardwicke, 5th October 1659

Prerogative Court of Canterbury

PROB 11/296/306 Will of Humphry Hardwick, Merchant of London. 08 December 1659
PROB 11/311/99 Will of Sir Job Harbey of Aldenham, Hertfordshire. 09 May 1663
PROB 11/418/481 Will of William Fudge, Mariner of Wapping Whitechapel, Middlesex. 28 February 1694