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Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 264   View pdf image (33K)
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                       264 Court and Testamentary Business, 1643.


Liber P. R. of the said cause, then (or vpon farther day for its hearing

                  allotted on that farther day) made and for yor so doing this

                  shalbe yor warrant. returne this writt the 16. of this month to

                  the Sheriff of St maries.

                                                    Giles Brent.


                    16. Margarett Brent guardian of mary Kitomaqund orphan

                  p attorn francis anthill demandeth in Cort of Leonard Calvert

                  Esq 7000 l tob, for the price of 4 kine & 4 yong cattell & 3.

                  calves due to the said orphan by the assumption of the said

                  Leonard, for so much of her estate remaining in his hands

                  vpon acct of his guardianship.


    p. 151      1643

                    March 16 henry hoopen chirurgeon maketh oath that he

                  hath pformed chirurgery for henry Lee, to the value of 100 l

                  tob, according to iustice & good conscience wch yet is vnsatisfied

                  to him.



                    Isaac Edwards demandeth of michael Peasely 600 l tob due

                  by bill

                    warrt sher: attach deft & cite him by note publiquely sett vp

                  to answere 1st June next pill iudgmt


                    18. william Browne aged 20. yeares & vpward made oath

                  that sometime about this time twelvemonth to the best of his

                  remembrance at John hollis's owne house he this dept heard

                  John hollis say vnto James Cauther these words or to this pur

                  pose, James what shall we doe about this beaver of Pursalls? to

                  whom the said James answered, to this purpose, what will you

                  doe about it, let marks putt you in the Cort for it; & John

                  hollis replied saying, I have paid you the beaver, have I not?

                  and the said James answered, yes I have received it & Ile

                  answere it, for (saith he) marks had nothing to doe wth it at

                  that time.

                  Jurat coram me

                    John Lewger



                    Capt Tho: Cornwaleys Esq humbly sheweth that whereas

                  he hath recovered a iudgmt of agst Leonard Calvert Esq for

                  putting any


                    Joseph Edlo demandeth of John dandy 7001 tob due for

                  price of a plantation & mar: 23. 1643 assignd his interest in it

                  to Capt Tho. Cornwaleys.


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