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Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 313   View pdf image (33K)
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              Court and Testamentary Business, 1647.    313


        And it was ordered by the Gouernor tht all such Corne as                            Liber A.

      should bee in any on's possessn wthin the Prouince, more then

      for his owne, & his family's proper use should bee pressed att

      the rate of 1 20 l p barrell. being att tht time the common rate

      wthin the Prouince. vppon his Lps acct and for the maintenance

      of the sd ffort.


        June 18th These are in his name to requyre & authorize

      you to take up & presse uppon his Lps acct ffor the use &

      maintenance of the ffort of St Inegos flue barrells of Corn be

      longing to Cuth: ffenwick gent & deliur it to Capt Jno Price

      Capt of the sd ffort. And to certify whatt you haue done therein

      unto the Register of the Court. And for soe doeing, this shall                        p. 64

      bee yor Commisn Gyven att St Inego's ffort this 18th June 1647.

                                  Signed Tho: Greene

      To Sergr Marks Pheypo


        June 18th Sergt Pheypo returned his writt & exequuted the

      same. Viz Pressed by mee Marks Pheypo 5 barrells of Corne

      belonging to Cuth: ffenwick Gent. & deliuered the same to

      Capt Jno Price, Capt of the ffort of St Inego's.

                                      Marks Pheypo

      Teste me Willm Bretton Clk.


        June 18th ffrancis Poesy demandeth of Thomas N. the

      servant of Edward Buddon of Kekotan 6 yeares service.

        warrt to the sheriffe to keepe the sd Thomas in safe custody,

      untill he shall putt in security to be att the Court some time

      before the first day of July next.


        June 18th This day came Henry Hooper Chirurgeon &

      acknowledgeth himselfe to haue reck of Thomas Mathews,

      Attorney of Thomas Copley Esqr Three Cowes & Three

      Calfes, in full satisfaction of all dues, debts, bills, suites, contro

      uersies wtsoeur from the beginning of the world unto this prnt

      day, betweene him the sd Henry Hooper, & the sdt Thomas

      Copley aforesd

      Recognit Teste me               Henry Hooper

      Willm Bretton Clk.


        June 19th This day came Margarett Brent Gent, & desyred

      the testimony of the prnt Gouernor Mr Tho: Greene concerning

      the last will & Testamt of the late Gouernor Leonard Calvert

      Esqr And the sd Gouernor did authorize Giles Brent Esqr one

      of his Lops Counsell to administer an oath unto him the sd

      Gouernr concerning the foresd busines.

        The sd Gouernor Tho: Greene Esqr answered uppon oath

      concerning the last will & Testamt of Leo: Calvert Esqr aforesd


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