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not being worth weighing; ffor that shee would (as this Deponent
verily beleeveth) cost a greate deale more weighing [?than GUTTER]
shee is worth; And further cannot Answer, not being at
Quinsborowe at the time shee was sunck/:

To the Crosse Interrogatories: [CENTRE HEADING]

To the first hee saith hee knew the said ship when shee
was at Quinsborowe And otherwise negatively./.

To the second hee saith hee knoweth not the particular time
that the said ship arrived at Quinsborowe, but beleeveth
shee arrived there in the Latter end of May or beginning
of June, and further cannot Answer:/:

To the 3d 4th and 5th hee cannot Answer, not knowing any
thing thereof:/:

To the 6th: hee Cannot Answer,

To the 7th hee knoweth nothing thereof: saving that hee
beleeveth that some of the Gunns, and alsoe some other
of the Materialls which belonged to the said ship, did [sinke GUTTER]

Repeated before Collonel Cock:/:



The 12.th of December 1657.

ffrancis Sumers of London}
Merchant against James Powis}
about the ship the Saint Jacob}
of Lubeck Hans Clauson Master}
[A?sdXX] Suckley}


dt. Xcop:

Henry keene of Westminster Gentleman aged 35
yeeres or thereabouts, sworne before the right
worshipfull John Godolphin Doctor of Lawes one of the Judges
of the high Court of Admiralty, And Examined
upon Certaine Interrogatories ministred on the behalfe
of the said ffrancis Sumers, saith and deposeth by
vertue of his Oath./.

To the first Interrogatorie hee saith that hee this Deponent and
another man, whose name was John Stan[XX GUTTER]
(as this Deponent remembreth his name), were present and in
Company with the Interrate ffrancis Sumers and James
Powis at the signe of the Goate in ffinch Lane in the
afternoone of Satterday the 25th of July last, And that the
said Sumers and Powis having discourse together the about


Primary sources



PROB 11/327/223 Will of Henry Keene, Gentleman of South Holes, Suffolk 05 June 1668