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HCA 13/71 f.226r Annotate
First transcribed 8 October 2012  +
First transcriber Philip Hnatkovich  +
Folio 226  +
Parent volume HCA 13/71  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 08/10/2012  +
Transcription producents rigg fitt and fournish the saidproducents rigg fitt and fournish the said shipp the ''Saint Julian'' for this<br /> present voyage, and as sole owners thereof, and for such hee saith<br /> they were and are commonly accounted, and saith they tooke care in getting<br /> men to serve that said voyage in her, and were present and with the<br /> master when hee hired this deponent to serve in her, who was in her for some<br /> space before shee sailed, and well sawe and perceived that shee had never<br /> made voyages before, for shee was not wholly rigged when hee came<br /> first aboard her. And further saith that the said producents John James du<br /> Cornovaille and John de Mescham, Sieur de Landegarneau are and<br /> ffloran de Cornovaille (lately dead) was ffrenchmen and subiects of the<br /> kinge of ffrance and for such commonly accounted, and that the<br /> said ffloran de Cornovaille came in person in her this voyage<br /> from Brest for London where hee is lately dead. The marke of '''M''' John Tiffany. [MARKE, RH SIDE] ********************************* The same day. [CENTRE HEADING] Examined upon the said allegation. '''Rp. 6''' '''John Petun''' of Morlieu in Bretany Mariner, aged<br /> 22 yeeres or thereaboutes, sworne and examined. To the said allegation hee saith that hee well knoweth the vessell the<br /> ''Saint Julian'' allegate, and hath soe donne ever since her first<br /> building which was begun about three yeeres since, but shee was never<br /> fitted and rigged till shee was set out upon this present voyage which<br /> is her first voyage: And saith hee well knoweth James de Cornovaille<br /> and John de Mescham, and well know ffloran de Cornovaille (who<br /> is latly dead) and that they caused her to be built, and furnished<br /> the wood from the ground of the said Messieurs de Cornovaille<br /> being their place neere Brest, called kirinau, whense this deponent<br /> sawe a greate part of it brought and afterwards sawe it wrought<br /> and imployed in building the said vessell which this deponent sawe launched<br /> and did help at the launching thereof, and saith the said Messieurs<br /> James and ffloran de Cornovaille to the death of the said ffloran<br /> (which happened about a weeke since) and the said John de Mescham<br /> Sieur de Landarg[?areom] were and the said James and John are the<br /> owners of {the} said vessell and of her tackle apparell and furniture<br /> and that they set her out on this present voyage, which is her<br /> first voyage, and wherein ffloran de Cornovaille<br /> came in her for London, where the said ffloran died, which hee<br /> knoweth being one of her company. And saith the said producents<br /> were and are ffrench men, and subiects of the kinge of ffraunce and<br /> for such commonly accounted. And otherwise hee cannot depose. The marke of the said '''O''' [MARKE] John de Petun [MARKE, RH SIDE] To the Interrogatories. [CENTRE HEADING] To the first hee saith hee came first aboard the said shipp to serve in<br /> her about the beginning of January last, Albert Meler then Master<br /> and, Albert Meler then Master<br /> and  +
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