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Judicial and Testamentary Business of the Provincial Court, 1649/50-1657
Volume 10, Page 61   View pdf image (33K)
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         Court and Testamentary Business, 1649 50.61






       whatsoever that may come or insue vnto the said Mr WiHm Liber A.

       Branthwate by reason of the goods lately bequeathed vnto

       Katherine the daughter of the said John Smith by the last Will

       & Testamt of Henry Crawley late deceased That then this

       Obligacon to bee void and of none effect or else to stand in

       full force power and vertue

                                    Signd John Smith

       Sealed & delivered in the prseflce of

                                     ffrancis Rabnett

                                     John Gresham


         Knowe all men by these prsents that I John Smith of Cray- p. 389

       ford in the Isle of Kent planter haue given granted assigned

       & made over, and by these prsents doe give grant assigne and

       make over vnto Mr William Branthwait of Broadcreeke and

       Island aforesaid gent All my right title clayme and interest

       wch I haue in the lands goods cattell & chattells of Henry

       Crawley late deceased in the right of my daughter Katherine

       and bequeathed vnto the aforesaid Katheren by the last Will &

       testamt of the aforesaid Henry Crawley And I doe further give

       and grant vnto the foresaid Mr Wm Branthwait full power to

       doe any lawfull Act or acts as also to administer vpon the said

       estate and to doe whatsoever shall belong or of right shall

       seeme expedient to bee done in busines of the like kinde and

       nature with as full power and authority and in as large &

       ample manner as if I myself were to doe the same In witnes

       whereof I haue herevnto sett my hand the last day of ffebruary

       1639.                   The marke of John Smith

         Signed & delivered in the prsence of. ffrancis Rabnett

                                John Gresham


         ffebr the 19th 1639. Memrd that John Smith of the Isle of

       Kent in the Province of Maryland Planter doe acknowledge to

       haue received of Mr Branthwait of the aforesaid Island gent

       the iust quantity of twenty six hundred pounds of Tobacco

       being a debt due vnto mee from the estate of Henry Crawley

       of the aforesaid Island deceased. And doe freely acquitt and

       discharge the said William Branthwait of all debts Whatsoever

       betwixt the aforesaid Henry Crawley deceased and mee

       Witnes my hand

                                     Sign John Smith

       Witnes Robert Lake. WiHm Lant.


         Whereas Henry Crawley of the Isle of Kent deceased hath

       by his last Will & Testamt given all his whole estate scituate

       at the Broadcreeke in the aforesaid Island or elsewhere, and

       likewise all debts and Recoveries whatsoever vnto Katheren


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