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HCA 13/71 f.13v Annotate
First transcribed 27 January 2013  +
First transcriber David Pashley  +
Folio 13  +
Parent volume HCA 13/71  +
People <u>William ffudge</u>  +
Primary sources '''TNA''' <u>Chancery</u> C '''TNA''' <u>Chancery</u> C 5/395/81 Short title: Drake v Fudge. Plaintiffs: William Drake and another. Defendants: William Fudge. Subject: money matters. Document type: bill, plea. 1658<br /> C 5/413/49 Short title: Rocke v Fudge. Plaintiffs: Thomas Rocke. Defendants: William Fudge. Subject: personal estate of the deceased Thomas Rocke of Butleigh, Somerset. Document type: bill, answer. 1653<br /> C 5/618/32 Short title: Lokier v Fudge. Plaintiffs: John Lokier. Defendants: William Fudge, Susannah Fudge, his wife and others. Subject: copyhold held of the manor of Taunton Dean, Somerset. Document type: Bill only. Note: Unfit for production 1668 '''C 6/134/59 Short title: Fudge v Williams. Plaintiffs: William Fudge. Defendants: William Williams, John Langley, Samuel Moyer, James Wych and Richard Langford. Subject: money matters, Middlesex. Document type: bill, demurrer. 1657'''<br /> C 6/593/138 Short title: Lockyer v Fudge. First plaintiff: Lockyer. Defendants: Fudge. Document type: bill only. Brief description taken from an 18th century listing. 01 January 1649 - 31 December 1714 <u>PROB</u> '''PROB 11/418/481 Will of William Fudge, Mariner of Wapping Whitechapel, Middlesex 28 February 1694'''<br /> PROB 11/425/217 Will of William Fudge, belonging to Their Majesty's Ship Restoration 26 April 1695r Majesty's Ship Restoration 26 April 1695  +
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Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 27/01/2013  +
Transcription lade and put on board the said shipp the 'lade and put on board the said shipp the ''Caesar'' in the roade of Nathalago,<br /> the number of three thousand dollars, for the use and account<br /> and as the proper money of the said William Williams and company<br /> and consigned the same to be delivered at Petras to the said Harby<br /> (who went along therewith) for the said account, which hee knoweth<br /> helping to sort and tell the said money, which was taken out of this<br /> deponents cabbin in the ''Elizabeth and Anne'' and carried aboard the<br /> ''Caesar'', upon which putting the same aboard the ''Caesar'' the arlate<br /> William ffudge commander of the ''Caesar'' gave a bill of lading<br /> for the same. And the bill of lading arrived to the said allegation being nowe<br /> showed unto him, hee saith that it is the same which the said ffudge gave<br /> and signed for the said money, which hee knoweth being the same at Nathalago<br /> forthwith upon the signing thereof, And otherwise hee cannot depose saving<br /> his foregoing deposition. To the tenth article hee saith and deposeth that the said shipp the ''Caesar''<br /> having received the currans in question on board her, came therewith<br /> to Argastall where the ''Elizabeth and Anne'' (and the said hardwick<br /> in her) were then remayning, and the said shipp ''Caesar'' with the<br /> said harby in her being safely arrived with the said currans at<br /> Argastall the said humphrey hardwick demanded the<br /> currans brought in the ''Caesar'' for the share and account of the<br /> said Williams and company (principalls of the said hardwick) to be<br /> delivered unto him and to be put aboard the ''Elizabeth and Anne''<br /> wherever there was then roome enough (and to spare) to bestowe and put the same. and<br /> the said harby then and there confessed that the said currans in question<br /> soe brought for the said Williams and company (amounting to this<br /> deponents remembrance to 37 buts, 5 carratelles and 3 quarterols)<br /> were laden aboard the ''Caesar'' for their use and bought with their money<br /> and ought to be delivered accordingly, and hee required the said<br /> ffudge by an order in writing to deliver the same to the said hardwick<br /> accordingly. All which hee knoweth being present and seeing<br /> and hearing the same , And the first schedule annexed being showed unto him, hee<br /> saith it is the same order which the said harby gave unto the said ffudge<br /> for delivery of the said currans, and this deponent the same at<br /> Argastall upon that giving thereof, and otherwise hee cannot depose. To the eleventh hee saith that the said William ffudge notwithstanding<br /> the promisses did not nor would deliver the said currans unto the said<br /> humphrey hardwick, but as this deponent saith bin certainly informed<br /> brought the same to London with the said shipp ''Caesar'', and otherwise<br /> hee cannot depose. To the 12 and 13 hee referreth himselfe to his foregoeing deposition and<br /> otherwise hee cannot depose, not seeing either of the schedules<br /> arlated written or signed, namely hee did not see the writing or<br /> signing of them, but hee saw them both after they were written<br /> and signed, namely the said schedules at Nathalago and the third at<br /> Argastall. Tond the third at<br /> Argastall. To  +
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