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Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1649/50-1657
Volume 10, Page 400   View pdf image (33K)
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         400Court and Testamentary Business, 1654.




        Liber B.   and regulated to five hundred and Ninety pounds of Tobacco,

              It is Ordered by this Court that Bartho: Herringe, Shall pay

              the Said five hundred and Ninetic pounds of Tobacco to the

              Said Peter Godson within twentie dayes or Else Execution.


               It is Ordered that a Letter of Administration be Granted to

              Ismael Wright upon Tho: Trumpeters Estate


               Whereas William Ewen Attorney of mr Robert Clarke hath

              demanded and proved one hundred Ninetie five pounds of


         625  Tobacco and Caske by Specialty, It is ordered that it Shall

              be allowed out of the Estate of Thomas Trumpetor Deceased.


                      Elizabeth Manship aged fortie one yeares or there-

                      abouts Sworne Saith

               That your Deponent Comeing home from Peter Godsons

              found Margaret Herringe lying on the floor Crying out, this

              Deponent asked her what She ailed, She touled her this L)e-

              ponent that Phillip Hyde had beaten her about a log of wood

              taken from the Garden fence, kicking her and beating her

              head against the Oyster Shells, her face and head and Side and

              private places all bruised, And that Phillip Hyde confest that

              he gave her four Blowes on the head


               Peter Godson Sworne Saith that he being Sent for to Mar-

              garet Herring and found her bruised upon her head and her

              Side and She Said that Phillip Hyde had done it and that

              Margaret Herring was in a Violent fever


               Thomas Gregory Sworne Sayth that this Deponent being at

              Richard Manships Saw there Margaret Herringe lying in a

              Sad and Sick Condition, and that Deponents wife Staid with

              her three dayes and three Nights.


               Richard Manship Sworne Sayth that Margaret Herringe

              Came to this Deponents house, very Sicke, and that Phillip

              Hyde Confest that he gave her three or four blowes & thrust

              her up against the Wall.


               Jane Godson Sworne Saith that She this Deponent Sawe

              Margaret Herringe, Sick and bruised in the head and that She

              affirmed that Phillip Hyde had beaten her


               Whereas it appeareth by oath of Richard Manship and Eliz-

              abeth Manship that Rich: Moore on his Death bed did ordaine

              his wife his Sole Executrix and left all at her disposing. It is


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