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Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1637-1650
Volume 4, Page 504   View pdf image (33K)
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                  504     Court and Testamentary Business, 1649.


               Liber B. ney I doe authorise you to receive in my behalfe upon the

            LO.R. No. 1 decease of My brother Jerome, One Cornewallies did Seize


                   upon his Estate, pretending that he was indebted unto him but

                   I am informed it was only a deceitfull pretence to defraud me,

                   If by your means any thing may be gotten, I will assist you for

                   the present and hereafter come to the right here, My brother

                   Henry hath promised to procure a Letter from my Lord Balte

                   more in your behalf, which will be much to your advantage,

                   As concerning the Statute I Send you only a Coppy thereof at

                   present, But if it will be usefull unto you, you may have the

                   Orriginal Sent you when you Shall require it, you must pretend

                   your own right as next heir unto brother Jerome, as well as my

                   Interest, for indeed there is only one daughter of his before you

                   which Said daughter is in Brabant, and mindeth not the Same

                   Soe with my hearty desire of your good prosperity and warfare

                   at present Cease resting ever your very Loveing brother

                                                     Ja: Hawley

                   Brainford the 20th of

                                July 1649.


                    To all Christian people to whome these presents Shall come

                   James Hawley of New Branford in the County of Middlesex

                   Esq Sendeth Greeting in our Lord God Everlasting, Whereas

                   Jerome Hawley of London Esq by one Recognizance in the

                   nature of a Statute Staple bearing date the first day of Aprill

                   1637, in the 13th year of the late King of England &c, and

                   acknowledged before the Right Honble St John ffinch Knight

                   Lord Chief Justice of his late Majesty's Court of Common

                   pleas at Westminster became bound unto me the Said James

               p.     164 Hawley in the Sume of 1200 l of good and Lawfull money of

                   England with defeazance thereupon bearIng date above written

                   and made between me the Said James Hawley of the one

                   part and the aforesaid Jerome Hawley on the Other part

                   mentioning how that the Said Jerome Hawley his heirs Execu

                   tors Administrators and assignes or any of them Should well

                   and truely pay or cause to be paid unto me the Said James

                   Hawley my Executors Administrators or assignes or any of

                   them at or wthin the then dwelling house of me James Hawley

                   Scituate in Minceing Lane London the Sume of 648 l of Law-

                   full money of England upon the 7th day of Aprill Anno Dni

                   1638 Then the Same Recognizance or Statute Staple to be

                   utterly voyd and of none effect, As in and by the Recognizance

                   or Statute Staple and Indenture of Defeazance aforesd where

                   unto relation being had more at large doth and may appear

                   And Whereas there are divers other debts duties and accounts

                   due and oweing unto me the Said James Hawley by Specialty

                   and otherwise from divers and Sundry other persons, These


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