HCA 13/72 f.56r Annotate
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To the third article hee saith that on a day happening about two yeeres since
the said Leonard Guy came to this deponent to his house in Redrith (neere
the dwelling of him the said Leonard and of the said Mary) and told him that hee
was going with the said Mary to one Captaine Mole lodging on Saint Mary Hill
London, to see if hee could get the said Captaine to pay him the said Guy the
summe of tenn pounds, which (as hee said) the said Captaine ought unto him,
telling him withall that the husband of the said Mary was in his life time
bound for him the said Guy in the summe of an hundred pounds, and that shee the
said Mary had (as administratrix to her said husband) paid part of it; and further hee
the said Guy then confessed and told this deponent that towards her
the said Maries satisfaction for the said moneyes hee the said Guy had made
over and sold unto her the said hulke the Elizabeth by bill of sale, and
that if hee could receive the said tenn pounds, hee would presently deliver the
same to the said Mary towards her further satisfaction, and saith that the
hulke Elizabeth nowe in controversie, and the said hulke Elizabeth which the
said Guy acknowledged that hee had sold to the said Mary (aboard which
hulke this deponent hath severall times bin with the said Guy) were and
are one and the same vessell; And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the fourth hee saith that after the said 28th of June 1653, hee
this deponent heard the said Guy say that hee had imployed the said hulke
under and as belonging unto the said Mary, and that the first moneys
hee had earned with the said vessell after the said day, hee had paid unto her
as owner thereof. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
To the fifth hee saith hee hath of late time seene the said hulke in the
possession of the arlate Elizabeth Guy, and beleeveth the said
Mary Taylor (besides the hulke her selfe) to have lost twenty pounds
sterling and upwards, which the same might have earned her from the said Leonard Guyes
death, and which shee hath soe lost by the said Elizabeth her and her the said Elizabeths
sonnes keeping the same from her. And otherwise hee cannot depose.
Rich: Dyricke [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]
Exámined upon the soresaid libell.
Martha Ayliff wife of william Ayliff of the parish
of Saint Mary Magdalen Bermondsea Carpenter, aged
36 yeares or thereabouts sworne and exámined.
To the first and second articles shee saith and deposeth that shee
well knew the arlate Leonard Guy in his lifetime and well knoweth
the producent Mary Tasker, and the Elizabeth hulke arlate, of which
hulke shee saith the said Mary was and is commonly reputed the
lawfull owner, and to have bought the same of the said Guy, And
otherwise shee cannot depose saving what followeth.
To the third árticle shee saith and deposeth that shee this deponent
hath severall times heard him the said Guy in his life time say and
acknowledge that the said Mary Taskers husband was bound with him
for an hundred pounds being the debt of the said Guy, and of this
deponents knowledge the said Mary hath bin severall times arrested and
troubled about the same since her husbands death, and saith that about
five yeeres since this deponent was with her at the temple and saw
her enter bond to [?one] mr summers for twenty pounds in part of
payment of the said hundred, and since the premisses this examinate
C 6/48/4 Short title: Ayliffe v Loggin. Plaintiffs: William Ayliffe, Martha Ayliffe his wife, Anne Wickham, Martha Wickham and Joyce Wickham. Defendants: John Loggin and Robert Loggin. Subject: personal estate of the deceased Humphrey Wickham. Document type: replication. 1651-1681