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beleeveth hee is; And saith that about two yeeres and a half
since this Deponent being informed by one of the Townsmen that
the said Mr Peter Ayleward lived with his wife and family in
an Alley at London Wall, this Deponent then went to see him there
and there found him living with his wife and family
and afterwards the said Mr Ayleward removed from thence
and liveth at Present with his wife and family (as this Deponent is Credibly Informed) in
Leaden Hall streete, London, And saith hee the said Ayleward
was and is a subject of this Comonwealth and soe Comonly
Accounted and reputed. And further cannot depose../.
To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING]
To the first hee saith hee was borne at Waterford aforesaid, and
hath lived for theise three yeeres last here in London, and
for about seaven yeeres before hee was imployed in the
States Service as a Land Souldier, and saith hee this deponent a
greate way off is allyed to the said Ayleward, and to the rest
To the second and third hee Cannot answer, not knowing the ship
Interrate, nor any thing of her voyage./
To the 4th hee hath not soe deposed:/.
To the 5th hee saith as aforesaid that hee hath knowmne the said Ayleward,
for about twenty Nine yeeres, and the Interrogated Betts for
about sixteene yeeres, last, and the said Ayleward is a Married
man, but the said Betts (for ought this Deponent Knoweth to the
Contrary) is a Batchelour, and to the rest Negatively for his Parte.
Thomas Ro[?n]e [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]
The same day. [CENTRE HEADING]
Examined on the said Allegation:/:
Thomas Casey Native of Waterford in
Ireland but living at present in Elbow Lane
neere Dowgate London: ffruterer aged 40 yeeres or
thereabouts sworne and Examined:/:
To the 10th article of the said Allegation (upon which alone hee is Examined
by direction of the Producent) hee saith that hee this Deponent well
knoweth and is well acquainted with the arlate Peter Ayleward and soe hath done for about
seaven and twenty yeeres last, and saith the said Ayleward is
a Native of Waterford in Ireland
and this Deponent (being borne there) hath there gone to schoole with
him, and there this Deponent knowe his ffather, and about seaventeen
yeeres since the sayd Ayleward came from thence into, England
and after hee had spent some time here in England hee
went into Ireland againe, and there Maried, and about seaven
yeeres last, or rather more the said Mr Ayleward came from Ireland
to this City, and about a yeere after tooke a house in three tunne Alley at London wall
and there lived with his wife and ffamily, and about halfe a
Elbow Lane neere Dowgate London
Three tunne Alley at London wall
Waterford in Ireland