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The same day Examined upon the said Interrogatories

Rp. 2us

Andries Andriessen of fflushing in Zeeland
Mariner age 35. yeares, a Wittnesse prouced
on the part and behalfe aforesaid and sworne before
the said Judge saieth and deposeth as followeth
to witt/

To the first Interrogatorie hee saieth, That hee doeth well
knowe the shipp the Hope of London Interrate, (whereof
Robert Whitting interrate sometimes was, and still ought, (as
this examinate beleeveth to be) Master and Commander, and that
the said shipp was and is of the burthen of betweene 30
and 40. tunns, as this deponent judgeth and estimateth the same,
and that the said shipp or Vessell the Hope did and doeth
belong to this Port of London, and that William Ustick
Merchant and Subject of this Commonwealth of
England, and so generally reputed and taken to be, was and
is the Owner and Proprietor of the said shipp, ever
since this deponent precontest Jacob da keysar did by the
order and for the accompt of the said William Ustick buy
the said shipp at a publique Outcry at fflushing aforesaid
about a yeare since (as this deponent remembreth the time)
and that this deponent (by the order and direction of his said precontest) was present at and assisting in the
making of the Inventarie of the said shipps tackle
apparrell and furniture at such time as the said shipp
and appurtenances were so bought for the accompt of
the said William Ustick, and did see the said shipp and
appurtenances actually delivered into the Custodie and
Command of the said Robert Whitting for the sole accompt and behoof
of the said Owner Which is all that this examinate saieth
to this Interrogatorie/

To the rest of the Interrogatories hee saieth he cannot depose

Repeated before doctor Godolphin:./

The marke of
Andries X [MARKE] Andriessen [MARKE, RH SIDE]


The same day/ [CENTRE HEADING]

Rp. 3us/

Christopher Clitheroe of Black ffryers in the
City of London Gentleman aged 41. yeares or there
=abouts a Wittnesse produced and sworne before the
right Worshippfull John Godolphin doctor of Lawes one
of the Judges of the said High Court of Admiraltie
saieth as followeth to witt,

To the first Interrogatorie hee saieth, That hee this examinate



Christopher Clitheroe


Primary sources



PROB 11/187 Evelyn 105–155 Will of Sir Christopher Clitherowe or Clitherow, Alderman of Saint Andrew Undershaft, City of London 22 November 1641
PROB 11/380/462 Will of Christopher Clitherow of Pinner, Middlesex 23 July 1685