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HCA 13/72 f.154r Annotate
First transcribed 28 April 2013  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 154  +
Parent volume HCA 13/72  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 28/04/2013  +
Transcription a wittnes produced, sworne and examined hea wittnes produced, sworne and examined he<br /> deposeth and saith as followeth/ To the first article of the sayd allegation he deposeth and<br /> saith that he the deponent being Cooke of the arlate<br /> shipp the ''Gilbert'' the voyage in question did well<br /> know that the arlate John Cobb, Mathew Jennings<br /> and allmost all the Mariners mentioned in the schedule<br /> arlate did enter into whole pay in the service of<br /> the sayd shipp upon the fifth day of Aprill 1656<br /> and did belong unto the sayd shipp unto her arrivall<br /> at hung Road neere Bristoll, which was about the<br /> latter end of January last past and that all they, the<br /> sayd Mariners, aswell the outward as inward bound<br /> voyage did doe and performe their severall duties and<br /> services in the sayd shipp, as faithfully and laboriously<br /> as men could possibly doe or performe, And further<br /> he cannot depose. To the second article he deposeth and saith that in the said shipps<br /> passage for the Barbathos the voyage arlate on or about<br /> the 24th of december 1656 in or about the degree of 24<br /> a greivous violent and outragious storme happned which<br /> continued about five days, and he saith that by reason<br /> of the violence of the sayd storme the shipps ˹side˺ did give<br /> way, and by the raging of the Seas the long boate<br /> of the sayd shipp was staved to peices, And the<br /> Deponent saith that in that extremity and imminent<br /> danger the Company of Mariners of the sayd shipp did<br /> continually pumpe, keeping two pumpes constantly going<br /> and did doe all that could possibly be done in working<br /> and labouring for the preservation of shipp, goods and<br /> lifes, All which were by the blessing of God upon their<br /> endeavours preserved, And further he cannot depose. To the third article he deposeth that the shipp interrate was in<br /> her homeward bound voyage much overladen, and that by reason<br /> the shipp was soe stuffed with goods the Mariners could not<br /> (in the storme predeposed of) come to make use of the chaine pumpe<br /> arlate, and that the long boate of the sayd shipp being<br /> staved to peices as is predeposed, had not any other boate<br /> belonging to her, And further he cannot depose./ To the fourth and fifth articles of the sayd allegation he<br /> deposeth that about the 18th of January 1656 the shipp<br /> arrived at a unknowne place unto the Master<br /> and the Company of the sayd shipp, but indeed it proved<br /> afterwards to be Aberdee in Wales, and that the sayd<br /> shipp came there to an anchor in an Evening, and<br /> that when the day appeared the arlate Croford gave<br /> order for the weighing of the sayd shipps anchor and and to<br /> stand off to Sea, and that therupon the sayd shipps Mariners<br /> informed him of the shortnes of provisions then aboard the<br /> sayd shipp, and that there were noe more pumpe=boxes<br /> nor were noe more pumpe=boxes<br /> nor  +
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