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HCA 13/72 f.498v Annotate
First transcribed 23 September 2013  +
First transcriber Colin Greenstreet  +
Folio 498  +
Parent volume HCA 13/72  +
People <u>David Bonnell</u> See LOND<u>David Bonnell</u> See LONDON HEARTH TAX, 1666: St Dunstan in the East: West SideUNIQ51890990ef994d52-ref-00000EF5-QINU '''Daved Boonale 15 hearths''' and also See MIDDLESEX HEARTH TAX, 1666: Istlworth ParishUNIQ51890990ef994d52-ref-00000EF8-QINU '''David Bonnell 6 hearths''' <br /> * "July 30. 1652. Council of State. Day's Proceedings. <br /> 2. License to be given to '''David Bonnell, merchant of London''', to import from Holland, by way of Flanders, certain goods manufactured there, bought by him, he giving in a list to the clerk of the Council."UNIQ51890990ef994d52-ref-00000EFB-QINU <u>William Hobcroft</u>NU <u>William Hobcroft</u>  +
Primary sources <u>TNA</u> '''Chancery''' C <u>TNA</u> '''Chancery''' C 2/ChasI/H82/60 Short title: Hobcroft v Goldigay. Plaintiffs: Hobcroft. Defendants: Goldigay. Document type: [pleadings].<br /> 1625-1660 C 6/62/16 Short title: Boevey v Smith. Plaintiffs: James Boevey. Defendants: Sir James Smith kt, Dame Anne Smith his wife and David Bonnell. Subject: property in Chelsea, Middlesex. Document type: bill, two answers, demurrer. 1676 '''Exchequer''' <br /> E 134/1650/East7 Thomas Johnson, Samuel Bonnel, Peter Fawcett. v. Gyles Coll: "Prisage and butlerage of wines." Touching custom demanded of merchants for wines taken from them for prisage, &c., &c.: Norfolk; Anglia. 1650 E 134/26and27Chas2/Hil18 John Langley v. Sir Francis Gerrard, Knt. and Bart., "and others.": Dame Anne Moulson, late of London, widow, Sir Gilbert Gerrard, late of Harrow-on-the-Hill (Middlesex), Bart., Edward Ratcliffe, of London, merchant, and David Bonnell, of London, merchant. Touching the authority given by Dame Moulson to Edward and David to act for her in matters of business, that is to say, in putting out money to interest, &c., &c.: Essex 26 & 27 Chas 2 '''PROB''' POSSIBLE MATCH PROB 11/401/275 Will of David Bonnell of Isleworth, Middlesex. 13 October 1690l of Isleworth, Middlesex. 13 October 1690  +
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Transcription The 5th day of October 1658/ David Young The 5th day of October 1658/ David Young against david Bonell)<br /> Smith Suckley) Examined on an allegation on behalfe of the sayd<br /> david Bonnell dated the 5th of August 1658/ '''Rp. jus''' '''William hobcroft''' of Saint dunstans in the East<br /> Wine Cooper aged forty one yeares or thereabouts<br /> a wittnesse sworne and examined saith and<br /> deposeth as followeth videlicet./ To the first article of the sayd allegation hee saith he cannot depose<br /> for that hee went not in the shipp ''Catherine'' the voyage in question nor [?sawe]<br /> the oyles arlate laden aboard the sayd shipp , saving hee saith hee this deponent<br /> being imployed by the sayd david Bonnell to receave the<br /> the sayd oyles after they were brought to London did<br /> thereby observe that the Caske wherein the sayd oyles in<br /> question were were very ill and loose stowed betwixt decks but were good<br /> caske saving for such dammage as by their ill stowage not being<br /> well coyned they had receaved, whereby theyre hoopes were<br /> loosned and the caske had given way by being wowled and tumbled out<br /> against an other with the workeing of the sea for want of good<br /> standing Coynes and under Coynes and bedds And further<br /> saving his subsequent deposition hee cannot depose/ To the 2 article hee saith that of this deponents sight and knowledge<br /> at the tyme of the delivery of the butts of oyle in question in<br /> this port of London there were seaven or eight butts of them ab[?XX]<br /> wholly runne out and some others of them much leaked out<br /> in soe much that of the nyneteene tonnes of oyle and three quarters<br /> which the sayd butts ought to have conteyned there was want[ing]<br /> sixe tonnes of oyle and a halfe this hee knoweth for that hee<br /> and his contest John Collyns were present and sawe the Gager for this Cittie of London<br /> take the gage of them who upon gageing of them found them<br /> to want soe much oyle which sixe tonnes<br /> and a halfe of oyle soe wanting and leaked out would in this<br /> deponents Judgment have yeilded heere in London the summe of<br /> three hundred pounds stereling and better it being of the better<br /> sorte of Eating Oyle of Genoa, which is of this<br /> deponents knowledge usually sold in oyle shopps in London at<br /> the rate of forty five pounds per tonne at the least and some tymes at<br /> fifty five pounds a tonne/ To the 3 article hee saith hee being imploed as aforesayd by the<br /> sayd Bonnell to receave the sayd oyles did goe aboard the sayd shipp<br /> the ''Catherine'' soone after her coming into the River of Thames shee lyeing at Anchor neere Blackwall and spake<br /> withneere Blackwall and spake<br /> with  +
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