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To the first second and third articles of the sayd allegation hee saith that hee
being a scrivener by profession thereby well knoweth that the arlate John Morris
as being then lawfull Owner and Proprietor of one eighth parte of the
arlate Shipp the Prosperous did in the moneth of November one thousand sixe
hundred fifty five then sell unto the arlate John Page one of the parties in this
cause for and in consideration of a valuable summe of money
his sayd eighth part of the sayd shipp and alsoe all his the sayd John Morris
his part of the profitts Arreares and part of the stocke of the sayd shipp
then due unto him the sayd Morris in any kind whatsoever by reason of his sayd
eighth part of the sayd shipp And this hee the better knoweth for that hee this
deponent drew the bill of sale for the sayd eighth part of the sayd shipp from
the sayd Morris to the sayd Page, and well remembreth that upon the sealing
of the same the sayd Morris and Page having forgott to give this deponent
speciall Instructions for the inserteing into the sayd bill of sale the sale of the sayd
Morris his part of the profitts Arreares and part of the stock of the
same shipp due to him the sayd Morris then by reason of his sayd eighth
part in the sayd shipp, the sayd Morris did then by word of mouth in the
presence of this deponent and others the wittnesses to the sayd bill of Sale
acknowledge and declare that though hee had forgotten to gove order to
this deponent for the inserteing of the sale of the proffitts arreares and stock of his
the sayd shipp due then to him by reason of his sayd eighth part of the sayd
shipp thtat hee then did alsoe sell the same togeather with the sayd eigth part
of the sayd shipp to the sayd John Page to hold to him the sayd Page his
Executors Administrators and Assignes to his and their proper use and uses
for ever as fully and amply as if the same had bin inserted in the sayd
bill of her sale, or hee the sayd Morris then declared him selfe in words
to the very like effect And further to those articles hee cannot depose/

To the rest of the articles hee is not examined by direction of
the producents./

Repeated before doctor Godolphin/

Sam:ll Haughton [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The 19th of January 1657 English style [CENTRE HEADING]

David Younge and Company against david Bonnell}
Smith Suckley}

Examined on the sayd allegation on the behalfe of the sayd Younge
and Company./

see the first in A9

Rp EA 2us

Edward Buckley of the parish of Saint Olave in Southwarke Mariner
aged twenty nyne yeares or thereabouts a wittnesse sworne and
examined saith and deposeth as followth videlicet./

To the first article hee saith hee this deponent was and went Boatswaine of the arlate shipp
the Catherine the voyage in question which began from this port of London in the Moneth of January
one thousand sixe hundred fifty five English style and ended in the moneth of September one thousand
sixe hundred fifty seaven and thereby knoweth that during the sayd voyage the arlate davide
Younge was and went Master of the sayd shipp and had the care and Charge of her as Master
of her And that the sayd Younge in the monethes and tyme arlate did remayne with the sayd
shipp in and neere Genoa videlicet hee was with her in Genoa in the Moneth of May last and
departed thence with her about the latter end of that moneth and came thence with her to
Vado a Port about tenn leagues distant from Genoa./

To the 2: 3: and 4th articles hee saith that in the moneth of June last the ffactors of Agents
of the sayd david Bonnell did cause to be laden and put aboard the sayd shipp Catherine
twenty seaven butts of oyles to be transported thence to London and there delivered to the sayd
Bonnell or his Agents, but how many tonnes of oyle the sayd butts conteyned or the rate agreed upon



David Bonnell

POSSIBLE MATCH: PROB 11/401/275 Will of David Bonnell of Isleworth, Middlesex 13 October 1690


Ald Farringdon Within, 5-7 Jul 1670, disch, F £420 (1) St Mary Colechurch, 1638, ? St Mildred Poultry, St Andrew Holborn, 1675 (2) GR, M, 1675 (3) bap 26 Nov 1609, Dutch Church Austin Friars, d Aug 1675 (4) Will PCC 81 Dycer pr, 5 Aug 1675 f David Bonnell of Tower ward, merchant, m Catherine Best, als De Best, da of - Best of London, gent (5) Neph Andrew Bonnell mar Anne, da of Sir Thomas ALLEYN (6)

(1) Beaven, I, p 151 (2) Boyd 28255, will (3) Beaven, II, p 105 (4) W J C Moens (ed), The Registers of the Dutch Reformed Church, Austin Friars, 1571-1874 (1884), Boyd 28255 (5) Boyd 28255, 12931, MG et H, 2nd Ser, II, p 114, f was b in Norwich, s of an alien, m was b in Antwerp (Agnew, Protestant Exiles, I, p 80) (6) Agnew, Protestant Exiles, I, p 80"[1]
  1. 'Backwell - Byfield', The Rulers of London 1660-1689: A biographical record of the Aldermen and Common Councilment of the City of London (1966), pp. 21-42.