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well knoweth William Ustick Merchant one of the partie
producent on this behalf, and that hee the said William Ustick
was and is Cousin to and of this deponent by the mothers side
and was and is a Native of Cornewall in England, and a subiect
of this Commonwealth, and for and as such well knowne, and
generally reputed and taken, and for and as such the said William
Ustick hath beene personally knowne unto him this deponent by the
space of three yeare last past or thereabouts, and for diverse
and sundry yeares before by and according to constant and
common reputation. And further to this Interrogatorie hee saieth

To the 2. 3. 4. 5. an 6th Interrogatories hee saieth hee cannot depose.

Repeated in Court./

Chr: Clithero [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]


The same day [CENTRE HEADING]

Rp. 4us/

William Bourgh of the parish of Saint Andrew Holbourne
London Merchant aged 24. yeares or thereabouts
a Wittnesse produced and sworne before the said doctor
Godolphin, and examined upon the said Interrogatories
saith as followeth to witt

To the first Interrogatorie hee saieth, That he hath knowne William
Ustick an English Merchant and one of the producents on this
behalfe by the space of five yeares last past or thereabouts, during
all which time the said William Ustick hath generally beene
knowne and reputed to be a Native of the County of Cornewall
in England and a Subject of this Commonwealth, and that the
meanes and occasion of this deponents acquaintance with the said
William Ustick in the quality aforesaid were that this deponent
did for severall yeares serve one Mr Thomas Pawley an
English Merchant at the Barbadoes, who was a neere kinsman
to the said William Ustick, (the said Usticks mother and Pawleys
father being sister and brother) as this deponent was there credibly
informed, and that this deponent did there oftentimes see the said William
Ustick with the said Thomas Pawley his Cousin, (as they mutually called one another) and for that this deponent did
likewise know the father mother and grandmother of the said
William Ustick in Cornewall aforesaid, and hath there beene at and
in their house, and thereby is fully convinced and assured of the
trueth of the premisses. And further saith not to this Interrogatorie/

To the rest of the Interrogatories hee cannot depose/

Repeated in Court/

the marke of
William WB [MARKE] Bourgh/ [MARKE, RH SIDE]



Mr Thomas Pawley

William Ustick


Primary sources



C 6/381/68

Short title: Bowater v Painter. Plaintiffs: Richard Bowater citizen linen draper, of London, Samuel Ongley citizen linen draper of London. Defendants: Oliver Ustick, Richard Ustick, Francis Painter and Thomas Jenkins. Subject: Settlement of the trading account of Charles Ustick Indian gown man, of London, deceased, with the plaintiffs. Document type: bill, answer. 1686


PROB 11/339/386 Will of William Usticke or Ustick, Merchant of City of London. 13 July 1672
PROB 11/332/657 Will of Thomas Pawley, Gentleman of Uny Lelant, Cornwall. 13 May 1670