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Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 195   View pdf image (33K)
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         Court and Testamentary Business, 1643. 195


        the said Robt nicolls, saith that the said william holmes is                            Liber P.

      indebted by specialty vpon book, & afore that assignmt

        the Court found for the plf 510 l tob. the other 60. to goe

      vpon discompt.


        Cyprian T


        waiter Beane made oath that he never conveyed the property                  p. 90

      of his house & plantaon in whitcliffs creek vnto william howkins,

      nor delivered him any possession of it, nor delivered the pattent

      of it to him as by way of conveyance of the tenement by it but

      to peruse it only, & that he lett him come into the house

      for his vse only & pnt necessity, & not as pnt owner of it;

      vntill the tobacco were paid that was agreed vpon, & that

      william howkins came into the house by expresse consent to

      those termes of coming into it.

        And the Court adiudged that william howkins or any other

      to his vse paying the price of 1800l agreed vpon should enioy

      the house & plantation in question; but till then that the

      property of the house remaines & yet is in Walter Beane;

      for any thing that appeares yet to the contrary.


        John wavill & John wortly made oath that two hogsheads of

      Randoil Revells cask & all (as was told & shewed them by the

      sheriff) being this day viewed by them are worth 200l tob & no

      more in their conscience.


        Thomas Carey complaineth agst humphrey Chaplin for that

      whereas the said humphrey was & is bound to the plf by

      Indenture of 5. yeares service commencing from the 4th Aprill

      1639. neverthelesse the said humphrey refuseth to pforme his

      said covenant

        the said humphrey denieth that he was bound by Indenture

      for more than 4. yeares service

        Thomas Gerard made oath that Richard Lee who brought

      humphry Chaplin into the country related to this dept that the

      said humphry was bound to him for 4. yeares, & that he hath

      seene the Indenture of the said humphrey, & to the best of this

      depts remembrance the terme indented for was foure yeares.

      and the plf desiring respite to bring further evidence, the

      cause was respited


        Richard wetherly appeared to the suit of ffrancesse white,

      in an action of trespasse & denieth that he hath done trespasse

      to the damage of the plf


        m william Blount Esq appeared for Colonel Trafford to the

      suit of mr Lewger & George Binx gent & the Court adiudged

      for the plf 960 tob. and for dr Binx 300 tob;


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