HCA 13/72 f.84v Annotate
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Tilliy, and that the said Peter Vanderp[utt]
and Lucas Lucy are the sole
owners of the said shipe and her tackle and
furniture, and he the said John De Vos [did]
showe the said bill of sale, and prayed
that the same may be registred, and that the
[?same], and this his [?discretion] may be.
Jan da Vos [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The said John de vos made Oath for the Truth
of the Premises on the said Third day of August
1657- Before me [HANDWRITING OF THIS SENTENCE APPEARS TO BE THAT OF GODOLPHIN, NOT THAT OF A CLERK OR NOTARY]
Jo: Godolphin [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
[REST OF MANUSCRIPT PAGE IS BLANK]
Alfonso Antoniti and Antonio Antoniti v Peter Vanderput, Sir John Chapman knight, Sir Edmund Wiseman knight, Ralph Box, John White, Peter White and Hercules Horsey: money matters, Middx 1683