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HCA 13/72 f.201r Annotate
First transcribed 10 April 2013  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 201  +
Parent volume HCA 13/72  +
Primary sources <u>TNA</u>_ '''PROB''' PROBABLE MATCH: PROB 11/281/656 Will of Nicholas Treworthy, Mariner of Stepney, Middlesex. 16 July 1658 (pp.3)  +
Side Recto  +
Status Uploaded image; transcribed on 10/04/2013  +
Transcription The 14th day of december 1657./ Peter ColThe 14th day of december 1657./ Peter Cole John Rouse John Soler [BLANK IN MANUSCRIPT] Courtier}<br /> Peter Cole William Levill Richard hutchinson Martyn}<br /> Noell Jacob Millett and Bennett hall and others against}<br /> Nicholas Tre[w]orgye Master and Part Owner of the shipp}<br /> the ''Trade Increase'': ffrancklin Smith} Examined on an allegation given in on the behalfe<br /> of the sayd Nicholas Tre[w]orgye./ '''Rp. jus''' '''Richard Morris''' late of the Barbadoes and<br /> now of London Chirurgion aged thirty eight<br /> yeares or thereabouts a wittnesse sworne and examined<br /> saith and deposeth as followeth videlicet./ To the first second and third articles of the sayd allegation hee saith that hee<br /> this deponent was at the Barbados at such tyme as the arlate shipp the<br /> ''Trade Increase'' laye there takeing in of her lading of sugars and other goods<br /> to be brought thense to London and was severall tymes aboard her in the moneths<br /> of June and July one thousand sixe hundred fifty seaven while shee was soe takeing in her lading and came thense home<br /> for England a passenger in her and saith that for the tyme hee knew the sayd<br /> shipp lyeing there takeing in her ladeing, shee was in this deponents Judgment<br /> a very able vessell and sufficiently tight and staunch for the performance<br /> of her voyage from the Barbados to London and did take in little water and<br /> noe more than usually shipps doe which lye in that hott Country And the sayd<br /> shipp having taken in her ladeing ame out from Spikes Bay therewith<br /> bound for England about the fifteenth day of the sayd moneth of July<br /> 1657 and was then of this deponents sight and observation tight and staunch and<br /> noe waye leake more than ordinarily shipps are, and soe as that her pumpe<br /> was easily able to cleere her and did cleere her of whatsoever water shee<br /> tooke and soe continued untill shee mett a storme at Sea<br /> in the moneth of August next after And further saving his subsequent<br /> deposition hee cannot depose./ To the 4th 5th and 6th articles of the sayd allegation hee saith that hee coming<br /> a passenger in the sayd shipp as a foresayd from Barbados to England<br /> well remembreth that in the Moneth of August aforesayd and about the<br /> twentith day thereof (the tyme more certaynly remembreth not) the sayd shipp<br /> in her passage from the Barbados toward England mett with a very violent<br /> storme which continued with great extreamity for the space of eight and<br /> forty or fifty howers, and somewhat longer with some smale abatement<br /> of the furie thereof, in soe much that this deponent and other the passengers on<br /> board her and alsoe the shipps company did greatly feare that the sayd shipp and<br /> her lading and Company would have perished in the sea by the violence thereof<br /> and the furie of the winde was soe great that it kept the sayd shipp under<br /> water on the starrboard side most part of the sayd storme by meanes whereof<br /> the shipp tooke in very much water into her hold and (as this<br /> deponent heard the sea men saye) the seames of the shipp by her workeing<br /> in the storme opened, whereat shee alsoe tooke in much water And hee knoweth<br /> that the shipps Master and Company by reason of the violence of the sayd storme<br /> and the shipps lyeing under water on the starr board side could<br /> not make use of the pumpes to cleere her of the water receaved till the<br /> sayd storme was over and then hee well knoweth the Master and Mariners<br /> did their utmost endeavour with their pumpes to cleere her of the water<br /> taken in the sayd storme and some of the passengers of this deponents knowledge<br /> did then helpe to pumpe in order to the cleereing of her And further to these<br /> articles hee cannot depose./. To the 7th article hee saith that hee well knoweth about the beginning of<br /> Septemberout the beginning of<br /> September  +
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