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Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 383   View pdf image (33K)
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             Court and Testamentary Business, 1648.     383


      Sheriffe 100 l Vppon the demand of Edw: Packer plf. uers. Liber A.

      Clk 054 Jno Dandy deft for 1050 l Tob. The Court

      graunted a sequestraon of the estate of the defts into the plfs

      hands, to the valew of 1050 l Tob: principall wth charges of

      Court, retur. in Octobr Court next.

        Sequestraon to the Sheriffe immediate.



        Robt Smith claymeth of Walter Beane one heigher, & her

      calfe, wch the sd Walter deteyneth from him.


        Vppon the demand of Robt Smith plf uers. Walter Beane

      deft, for one heigher & a calfe respited till June Court.



        Vppon the demand of Henry Hooper chyrurgion plf, uers p. 153

      his Lps Attorney Mrs Marg: Brent deft for Tob: & Come.

      the deft, acknowledgeth 1559 l Tob being due for surgery &

      Physick to the soldiers during the time of the garryson. but

      for the other part of the demand touching the plfs sallary, doth

      not find any thing due unto him for the same. The plf auer

      ring vppon oath tht satisfaction was promised by his LPS gour

      for his paynes taking therein. The Jury fownd for the plf 500'



        Vppon the demand of Wm Harditch agst Tho: Copley, for

      one blackish pyed browne Cow, & her increase &c:



        Robt Smith deposed sayth That Tho: Sturman had a pyed

      calfe before the Rebellion in the country & tht to his certaine

      knowledge there was likewise a pyed calfe, tht came unto Popes

      ffort somtime tht summer, wch was marked Tho: Sturmans

      marke in the sd ffort, out of some other marke wch it had before.

      But what mark it had afore hee remembreth not. And further

      he sayth he beleiueth in his conscience tht that calfe soe marked

      in Popes ffort, was the same calfe, tht he knew to haue fallen

      of the sd Tho: Sturmans, before the Rebellion.



        Anthony Rawlins deposed sayth That the left slitt eare of

      the pyed Beast now in question betweene Wm Harditch & Mr

      Copley; Both ends appearing to bee cropd beside the slitt he

      ueril beleiueth in his conscience was neur soe cropd, of pur

      pose, by any one, but tht it accidentally came to the sd crop.

        Andrew Munroe deposeth idem ad uerbu qd Ant: Rawlins

      Ut supra.

        And the Jury retur. their Verdict in writing fownd for the

      plf & the Dft to pay Court charges. And the Gour ordered

      tht it should be entred for the iudgmt


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