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 [[Dep occupation::>M]] 
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 Dep occupationDeponentHas dateDep age
Semantic HCA 13/73 f.772v AnnotateWaterman
Shipwright
Richard Plat
Gabriel Davies
27 April 166120
50
Semantic HCA 13/72 f.2v AnnotateMerchantFrancis Pardini10 March 165636
Semantic HCA 13/71 f.4v AnnotateMerchantJohn Scot12 February 165523
Semantic HCA 13/71 f.3v AnnotateMarinerMichael Batten12 February 165538
Semantic HCA 13/71 f.1r AnnotateMarinerAron Estes11 February 165524




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 OccupationBirth yearBirth placeRes town
Abell LongdenMariner1633
Abraham CraneMariner1632
Abraham GaultierMerchant1623London
Abraham GreavesShipwright1616
Abraham RutterMerchant1625London
Abraham SkeltonWaterman1620Greenwich
Adam BealeShipwright1610Bermondsey
Adriaen GoltsmitMerchantAntwerp
Adrian FranckMariner1617Southwark
Adrian RevelleMariner1630Dunkirk
Adrian Valzolio de JongeMerchant1630Antwerp
Albertus SkynnerMerchantLondon
Alexander BaareffoottCooper1602
Alexander CockeMariner1602
Alexander CockeMariner1602
Alexander FowlerWinecooper1620London
Alexander RobinsonMariner1621London
Alexander SteptowWaterman1633Lambeth
Ambrose ElletSailor1634
Ambrose PomeroyMariner1621Southwark
Andrew BeakeLooking glass maker1629London
Andrew BowmanMariner1621
Andrew HarrisMariner1624Sandwich
Andrew ShanMariner1610
Andrew WiseMariner1614
Anthony DeaneShipwright1632Greenwich
Anthony SolaMariner1631Dunkirk
Arthur IngramMerchant1616London
Baldwin MathewsMerchant1620Middleburg
Benedict TurrettinMerchant1632London
Beniamin WestcombeMerchant1611London
Benjamin LeeWaterman1624Greenwich
Captaine Abraham MoothamMariner1610Redriff
Captaine Isaac WoodgreeneMariner
Captaine James CadeMariner1617
Captaine James LuttonMariner1603East Greenwich
Captaine John CrampMariner1603Southwark
Captaine John GreeneFishmonger1617UnknownLondon
Captaine Richard EllMariner1600Twickenham
Captaine Thomas BreedonBrewer1620London
Captaine Thomas ChinnMariner1616
Captaine Thomas EwensMariner1609
Captaine William RyderMerchantUnknownLondon
Captaine Willoughby HannamMariner1621Rederiff
Charles GanderShipwright1621
Charles MarescoeMerchant1631London
Christian AelstMerchantAntwerp
Christopher DownsMariner1618
Christopher HamlinMariner1627Islington
Christopher MalimShipwright1621Redriff
... further results




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 DeponentHas date
Semantic HCA 13/71 f.1r AnnotateAron Estes11 February 1655
Semantic HCA 13/71 f.3v AnnotateMichael Batten12 February 1655
Semantic HCA 13/71 f.4v AnnotateJohn Scot12 February 1655
Semantic HCA 13/72 f.258r AnnotateJohn Cremer15 March 1657
Semantic HCA 13/72 f.2v AnnotateFrancis Pardini10 March 1656



{{#ask:
 [[Has date::Feb 12 1655]]
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 DeponentHas date
Semantic HCA 13/71 f.4v AnnotateJohn Scot12 February 1655
Semantic HCA 13/71 f.3v AnnotateMichael Batten12 February 1655




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 DeponentHas date
Thomas MarklandThomas Markland
Thomas LockingtonThomas Lockington
Thomas HicksThomas Hicks
Thomas FisherThomas Fisher
Semantic HCA 13/73 f.772v AnnotateRichard Plat
Gabriel Davies
27 April 1661
Semantic HCA 13/72 f.2v AnnotateFrancis Pardini10 March 1656
Semantic HCA 13/72 f.258r AnnotateJohn Cremer15 March 1657
Semantic HCA 13/71 f.4v AnnotateJohn Scot12 February 1655
Semantic HCA 13/71 f.3v AnnotateMichael Batten12 February 1655
Semantic HCA 13/71 f.1r AnnotateAron Estes11 February 1655
Samuell BirdseySamuell Birdsey
Robert WestronRobert Westron
Richard BenthamRichard Bentham
Richard BaddelyRichard Baddely
Nicholas NobleNicholas Noble
Marke MortimerMarke Mortimer
John ScotJohn Scot
John PageJohn Page
John HarfordJohn Harford
John CremerJohn Cremer
Henry BurrowesHenry Burrowes
Francis PardiniFrancis Pardini
Francis Lodowick juniorFrancis Lodowick junior
Captaine William RyderCaptaine William Ryder
Captaine John GreeneCaptaine John Greene



{{#ask:
 [[Has date::+]]
 |? Has date = THE BIG DATE
}}

 THE BIG DATE
Semantic HCA 13/71 f.1r Annotate11 February 1655
Semantic HCA 13/71 f.3v Annotate12 February 1655
Semantic HCA 13/71 f.4v Annotate12 February 1655
Semantic HCA 13/72 f.258r Annotate15 March 1657
Semantic HCA 13/72 f.2v Annotate10 March 1656
Semantic HCA 13/73 f.772v Annotate27 April 1661



{{#ask:
 [[Deponent::+]]
 |? Deponent
 |?Dep occupation
 |?Dep resident parish
 |?Dep resident town
 |?Dep resident county
 |? Has date
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 DeponentDep occupationDep resident parishDep resident townDep resident countyHas date
Captaine John GreeneCaptaine John Greene
Captaine William RyderCaptaine William Ryder
Francis Lodowick juniorFrancis Lodowick junior
Francis PardiniFrancis Pardini
Henry BurrowesHenry Burrowes
John CremerJohn Cremer
John HarfordJohn Harford
John PageJohn Page
John ScotJohn Scot
Marke MortimerMarke Mortimer
Nicholas NobleNicholas Noble
Richard BaddelyRichard Baddely
Richard BenthamRichard Bentham
Robert WestronRobert Westron
Samuell BirdseySamuell Birdsey
Semantic HCA 13/71 f.1r AnnotateAron EstesMarinerDealeKent11 February 1655
Semantic HCA 13/71 f.3v AnnotateMichael BattenMarinerWappingMiddlesex12 February 1655
Semantic HCA 13/71 f.4v AnnotateJohn ScotMerchantLondon12 February 1655
Semantic HCA 13/72 f.258r AnnotateJohn CremerFishmongerSaint MagnusLondon15 March 1657
Semantic HCA 13/72 f.2v AnnotateFrancis PardiniMerchantLondon10 March 1656
Semantic HCA 13/73 f.772v AnnotateRichard Plat
Gabriel Davies
Waterman
Shipwright
StepneyBlackwallMiddlesex27 April 1661
Thomas FisherThomas Fisher
Thomas HicksThomas Hicks
Thomas LockingtonThomas Lockington
Thomas MarklandThomas Markland



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 Start date
C 10
C 22
C 5
C 6
Commercial Correspondence
E 190/46/230 September 1657
EL 70021627
EL 7007-70401627
EL 7007-70401627
EL 7007-70401627
HCA 13/1241650
HCA 13/1251652
HCA 13/1261654
HCA 13/1271655
HCA 13/1281656
HCA 13/1291658
HCA 13/461627
HCA 13/471628
HCA 13/481629
HCA 13/491630
HCA 13/501632
HCA 13/511634
HCA 13/521635
HCA 13/531637
HCA 13/541638
HCA 13/551639
HCA 13/561640
HCA 13/571641
HCA 13/581642
HCA 13/581642
HCA 13/591644
HCA 13/601645
HCA 13/611648
HCA 13/621647
HCA 13/631650
HCA 13/641650
HCA 13/651651
HCA 13/661652
HCA 13/67February 1653
HCA 13/681653
HCA 13/691654
HCA 13/69 Silver 01653
HCA 13/69 Silver 11653
HCA 13/69 Silver 101653
HCA 13/69 Silver 111653
HCA 13/69 Silver 121653
HCA 13/69 Silver 131653
HCA 13/69 Silver 141654
HCA 13/69 Silver 15
HCA 13/69 Silver 21653
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Recent interviews include social historians Dr Andy Burn (Durham University) and Dr James Brown (University of Sheffield) and maritime historian Dr Cathryn Pearce (University of Greenwich)

Dr Andy Burn is a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Durham. His current research concerns "Social Relations and Everyday Life in England, 1500-1640", a Leverhulme-funded project led by Professor Andy Wood. The first year of this project involved extensive research across England in local record offices and archives in which Andy examined mainly legal documents generated by Church and National courts. Andy's research is now moving more online and will mine State Papers (using State Papers Online) as well as Early English Books Online (EEBO), plus local records accessed electronically. See academic profile

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Cathryn's current research project is on life saving and coastal communities. This project centres on the private physical manuscript archive of the Shipwrecked Mariners Society. Cathryn has imaged the minute books of the Society, together with associated materials, and is now transcribing the material and exploring the background of the many individuals mentioned therein. The archive is located in Chichester and is a purely a paper archive with no electronic finding aids or search engine.

Click here to read the interview with Dr Cathryn Pearce



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We are conducting a series of interviews with professional historians about their use of electronic search in support of their research strategies

Recent interviews include social historians Dr Andy Burn (Durham University) and Dr James Brown (University of Sheffield) and maritime historian Dr Cathryn Pearce (University of Greenwich)



Dr Andy Burn is a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Durham. His current research concerns "Social Relations and Everyday Life in England, 1500-1640", a Leverhulme-funded project led by Professor Andy Wood. The first year of this project involved extensive research across England in local record offices and archives in which Andy examined mainly legal documents generated by Church and National courts. Andy's research is now moving more online and will mine State Papers (using State Papers Online) as well as Early English Books Online (EEBO), plus local records accessed electronically. See academic profile

Click here to read the interview with Dr Andy Burn.



Dr James Brown is based at the University of Sheffield. He is affiliated both to the Sheffield HRI Digital group and to the Sheffield history faculty. He is currently one of two research associates on the project 'Intoxicants and Early Modernity: England, 1580-1740' (ESRC; PI: Professor Phil Withington). James completed his PhD at the University of Warwick on Inns, Taverns and Alehouses in Early Modern Southampton in 2008. Between 2009 and 2013 he was project coordinator and then digital project manager for 'Cultures of Knowledge: Networking the Republic of Letters, 1550-1750' at the University of Oxford (Mellon Foundation; PI: Professor Howard Hotson), overseeing (inter alia) the development of its union catalogue of sixteenth-, seventeenth-, and eighteenth-century correspondence, Early Modern Letters Online.

Click here to read the interview with Dr James Brown



Dr Cathryn Pearce is an American maritime historian, living and working in the South West of England, who has studied and worked in Alaska, Canada and England. She was an active transcriber in the MarineLives project team back in 2012, when the project was first established. She received her BA in History from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and her MA in British and Maritime history from the University of Victoria in British Columbia. She received her doctorate in maritime studies from the University of Greenwich. She edits the peer reviewed online journal Troze for the National Maritime Museum, Cornwall.

Cathryn's current research project is on life saving and coastal communities. This project centres on the private physical manuscript archive of the Shipwrecked Mariners Society. Cathryn has imaged the minute books of the Society, together with associated materials, and is now transcribing the material and exploring the background of the many individuals mentioned therein. The archive is located in Chichester and is a purely a paper archive with no electronic finding aids or search engine.

Click here to read the interview with Dr Cathryn Pearce

Dr Andy Burn, Durham University