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HCA 13/70 f.351r Annotate
First transcribed 5 January 2015  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 351  +
Parent volume HCA 13/70  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 05/01/2015  +
Transcription The same day [CENTRE HEADING] '''Rp. 3'''The same day [CENTRE HEADING] '''Rp. 3''' '''John Wyer''' of the parish of Saint Mary Magdalen Bermondsey in the County<br /> of Surrey Shipwright aged 21 yeares or thereabouts sworne as<br /> aforesaid saith as followeth. That upon wednesday the 18th day of July last past about tenn of the clock<br /> in the fore noone of the same day this deponent and John Groome, henry<br /> Berry and Joseph Graves Shipwrights were put aboard and in quiet<br /> and peaceable possession of the shipp the ''Greyhound'' (lying against Redriff Staires) by Mr William<br /> Castle and by him ordered to keepe the possession thereof to his use,<br /> at and immediately before which time of such their comming aboard hee saith there was<br /> noe person aboard her, but they tooke the quiet and peaceable possession<br /> of her to the use aforesaid, and saith they came aboard her in peaceable<br /> and quiet manner without any weapons, or using any force, for<br /> theire (sic) was noe occasion of any, there being noe body aboard to oppose<br /> them if they had intended violence which they did not. And about<br /> two howers after the foresaid William Riall and John Moore came<br /> alsoe aboard her, and alsoe tooke<br /> possession to the use aforesaid, and that without any violence or<br /> interruption this deponent and the said John Groome, henry Barry<br /> and John Graves being then aboard her, and saith this deponent<br /> continued in the said possession tthree dayes, and then went<br /> ashore. leaving the said William Ryall and John Moore in the<br /> quite possession of jer. John Wier [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE] ****************************** 8th August 1655. [CENTRE HEADING] ffudge against Alderman Micoe}<br /> Cheeke Suckley} Upon the articulate allegation given in and admitted on Alderman Micoes<br /> behalfe on the 10th of January 1654. '''Suckley dt.''' '''2)''' '''William Cockcroft''' of the parish of Saint Stephens<br /> Walbrook London servant to the producent<br /> with whom he hath lived allmost eight yeares<br /> a wittnes produced and sworne and being examined<br /> he deposeth as followeth./ To the first and second article of the said allegation he<br /> deposeth and saith That he the deponent being the producent<br /> Alderman Micoe his servant hath seene the bill of lading<br /> subscribed by the arlate ffudge for the five thousand peices<br /> of Eight arlate laden aboard the shipp the ''Cesar'' for<br /> the said Alderman Mico's account, and that by Letters from<br /> the said Aldermans Agents this deponent hath received<br /> advise that the said ffudge did and doth detayne some of the<br /> said peiceas of Eight, but how many he saith he knoweth not<br /> And further to the said articles he cannot depose. To the third and fourth articles he deposeth and saith that<br /> he this deponent hath seene the bill of Lading subscribed by<br /> the arlate ffudge for the Lading of the quantity of tenne<br /> baggs or sacks of Goats wooll for the account of the<br /> producent by his Agents at Smirna, to be transported thence<br /> toa, to be transported thence<br /> to  +
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