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HCA 13/71 f.12r Annotate
First transcribed 1 January 2013  +
First transcriber Alex Jackson  +
Folio 12  +
Parent volume HCA 13/71  +
People <u>Charles Lepin</u>  +
Primary sources '''TNA''' <u>Chancery</u> C '''TNA''' <u>Chancery</u> C 6/157/92 Short title: Lepine v Dubois. Plaintiffs: Charles Lepine, David Morrilian and Anne Morrilian his wife. Defendants: Mary Dubois widow. Subject: property in Wingham, and Preston, near Wingham, Kent. Document type: bill, answer. 1662 <u>Exchequer</u> E 134/17Chas2/Mich9 David Morillion and his wife Anne. v. Edwd. Hurst, Chas. Lepine, John Lepine.: Money lent upon bond by Mary du Boys, of London, widow, to the plaintiff David, with the defendant Charles for security, &c., &c.: Kent 17 Chas 2 ( 30 January 1665 - 29 January 1666) <u>PROB</u> PROB 4/11164 Engrossed Inventories Exhibited from 1660. Lepin, Jeremy, of St. James in the Fields, Mdx., gent. 09 November 1693n the Fields, Mdx., gent. 09 November 1693  +
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Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 01/01/2013 [[Category:Deposition First Page]] [[Category:Deposition Merchant]]  +
Transcription thence went upon the said voyage to Barflethence went upon the said voyage to Barfleur wherein shee was stayed as<br /> aforesaid, and saith hee doth not know mr Roy. To the third hee deposeth that upon and after the said barquet being soe<br /> arrested on staid at Barfleur her sailes and muskets were by the king and<br /> officers and such as they imployed taken from her and carried on shore,<br /> and otherwise referreth himself to his foregoing deposition. To the fourth hee saith hee knoweth the interrate mr Haysum, who (as hee<br /> said) tooke paines to get the said vessell rested after such her restraint and<br /> offered caution for her, but said hee could not cleare her, whereupon<br /> after shee had bin about seven weekes staid the said master and this<br /> deponent and the rest of the mariners came away, all save one man<br /> who alsoe came away afterward. and otherwise hee rembereth not<br /> being as aforesaid, To the fifth hee saith in or about the beginning of december last<br /> the said William Johnson was but over to get the said vessell<br /> againe, and that shee was restored and by him and company (whereof<br /> this deponent was still one) taken possession of and thence brought<br /> into (the river of Thames being affected as aforesaid to bring<br /> beanes hether which were laden by a ffrenchman whose name hee knoweth not,<br /> and that the master is to pay this deponent his wages. and otherwise hee<br /> cannot depose saving as aforesaid. The mark of the said<br /> [MARK] George Shepick [MARKE, RH SIDE] ************************************** The same day. [CENTRE HEADING] Examined upon the foresaid Interrogatories. '''Charles Le Pine''' of London Merchant aged 25 yeeres or<br /> thereabouts sworne and examined. '''3''' To the first interrogatorie invested on the behalfe of the said Ricqueborough and<br /> company upon which about her is by direction of the producent examied hee<br /> saith and deposeth that on the nineteenth of January last past<br /> hee this deponent was present on the Exchange London in the Assurance office<br /> when the producent Nathaniel Ricqueborough and not John Roy the assured<br /> had some speech about the vessell the ''John and ffrancis'' interrate, and then and<br /> there the said mr Ricqueborough is this deponents presence and hearing<br /> told the said mr Roy that the said vessell was in the possession of William<br /> Johnson the master at Barfleur, and that the said mr Roy might there<br /> disposed of her, which hee refused saying hee would not meddle with her.<br /> and further that yesterday on the exchange alsoe in this deponents presence and<br /> hearing the said mr Ricqueborough told the said mr Roy that the said vessell<br /> was here in the River of Thames and to his the said Royes use, who might<br /> dispose of her but hee still denying to muddle with her, the<br /> said mr Rickeborowe replied that shee had bin there about foure and<br /> twenty houres, and that hee would take no further charge of her, but<br /> offered to satisfie him for what averidge should be made to appeare<br /> from the time of her arrest in france. and otherwise hee cannot depose. To the Interrogatories on the other part. [CENTRE HEADING] To the 1.2.3 and 4 hee saith that hee doth not knowne the said vessell nor<br /> ought of thereof of the contents of theise interrogatories, but knoweth mr Roy<br /> and further cannot answer. To the fifth hee saith that the said shipp hath brought from Barfleur (hether)<br /> about 120 quarters of beanes, there laden by one mr Robuis imployed by mr<br /> Coulliet of Roane this deponents correspondent and are consigned to this deponent<br /> for the said Coulliets account, and this deponent is to pay with for the freight thereof<br /> and otherwise hee cannot depose. Repeated before doctor Godolphin: Char Lepine [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]dolphin: Char Lepine [SIGNATURE, RH SIDE]  +
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