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Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1649/50-1657
Volume 10, Page 395   View pdf image (33K)
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          Court and Testamentary Business, 1654.395




        Mr William Allen Merchant maketh oath that according to Liber B.

       his Severall Accompts upon Record touching the estate John

       Stringer Carpenter deceased which to the best of his Under-

       standing and knowledge is a Just and true Accompt there

       remains due to him out of the said Estate fourteen hundred

       forty five pounds of Tobacco and Caske to the best of his


               Jurat 4t0 die Julij 1654 Coram me Tho: Hatton


        Edward Pearse Ship Carpenter maketh oath that about a p. 615

       twelvernonth Since John Winbridge then Quartermaster to

       Capt Tillman upon or about the time of his departure Out of

       this Province of Maryland in the Ship where Capt Tiliman was

       then Master in this Deponents presence (being called by the

       Said Winbridge to Testifie the Same) told Walter Waterling

       that in case he dyed unmarried before his Arrivall in this

       Province this year he forgave or remitted to the Sd Waterling

       the debt which he the Said Waterling owed to him the Said

       Winbridge by Bill or Speciallty not long before Entred into or

       to that purpose. And further Sayth not

                 Jurat 3 Julij 1654 Coram Mee Tho: Hatton


        Know all men by these presents that Whereas my Husband

       Richard Moore being Sick and weake upon his death bed did

       Call to his wife Jane Moore and desired her to bring him the will

       which he had formerly made and he pused it, and after that

       he Cancelled it and Caused it to be burnt and made his wife

       whole and Sole Executor to Sett and dispose of amongst her

       Children as She will, Richard Manship and Elizabeth Manship

       his wife being present at the Same time



        Know all men by these presents that I Jane Moore the wife

       of Richard Moore deceased doe bind over the four hundred

       Acres of Land which we now live upon to be Equally Divided

       betwixt my three Sons, Viz. Richard Moore Roger Moore and

       Timothy Moore, and they to be of age when they are Come p. 616

       to Eighteen, and the Maids at fifteen, and fourteen head of

       female Cattell for Seven Children for their use with all the

       Increase, the Males being taken out of them and as they Come

       to age or Marry their Shares to be taken out proportionably,

       and if any of these Children Should dye the Cattell to goe

       amongst the rest, and for the Land She is to Enjoy it So Long

       as She the Said Jane doth Live, and then to Come to the

       Children The marke of Jane 0 Moore

       Teste Richard Recklesse

       the marke of George W White


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