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HCA 13/71 f.119r Annotate
First transcribed 4 September 2012  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 119  +
Parent volume HCA 13/71  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 04/09/2012  +
Transcription [?Neck], and saith that they went and serv[?Neck], and saith that they went and served in the said shipp the said voyage<br /> the said [?Neck] at 30 ''s'' per moneth and this deponent at 20 ''s'' per moneth<br /> and so much they well deserved for their said service, and soe much they<br /> earned and was paid their said master for their like service in former voyages.<br /> And saith that both the said Christofer Mitchell and alsoe this deponent<br /> and the said [?Neck] entred into pay in the said shipp on or about the first day<br /> of March 1647, and sailed in the said shipp to severall parts and places<br /> beyond the seas in the said imployment of the said harris and Chambers<br /> and continued in the said service and imployment namely the said Mitchell<br /> the master to the tenth of November next following or thereabouts at<br /> which time hee died, and then the said [?Neck] who to that time had<br /> sailed as boatswaine of the said shipp was by the following master<br /> Arthur [?Coysgame] appointed masters mate, and this deponent who<br /> to that time had sailed as a common man was appointed boatswaine<br /> in that said [?Necks] place, and they both served in the said qualities about tenn<br /> monethes after the said Mitchells death, so that the whole time<br /> of the service of the said [?neck] and this deponent in the said shipp the<br /> said voyage, was eighteene monethes or thereabouts, and saith the<br /> said [?Neck] for the time hee served masters mate in the said<br /> shipp deserved three pounds per moneth for his said service and this<br /> deponent 30 ''s'' per moneth for the said time hee served boatswaine<br /> and such were common rates for the like service. And otherwise hee<br /> cannot depose. To the fifth hee cannot depose, saving hee hath heard Mr<br /> harris say that Mr Chambers had a booke wherein the mens wages<br /> and names were entred or to that effect. To the 6th hee referreth himselfe to his foregoing deposition and cannot<br /> otherwise depose. To the 7th hee cannot depose, saving hee hath heard the producent<br /> Sara Bannock make demand of the said wages of the said harris. Repeated before Dr Godolphin. Will. [XXXX] [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE] '''see the 2d in A3./.''' **************************** The 18th of March 1655/ [CENTRE HEADING] Wright and Company against Lenthall and Nutt}<br /> Suckley Budd} Examined on an allegation given in and admitted on the<br /> behalfe of ffrancis Lenthall the yonger and George Nutt/ '''Rp A''' '''Samuell Whitby''' of the Cittie of London Merchant<br /> aged 20 yeares or thereabouts a wittnes sworne and<br /> examined saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet./ To first article of the sayd allegation hee saith that hee this deponent being then at<br /> Mallaga and imployed by the arlate Robert Whitby there as an Agent for him<br /> in his Merchandizing affayres thereby well knoweth that the sayd Robert Whitby<br /> did on the behalfe of the arlate ffrancis Lenthall and George Nutt (upon the arrivall of<br /> the arlate Shipp ''ffreindship'' neere Mallaga or within a very short tyme after) procure<br /> likewiset tyme after) procure<br /> likewise  +
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