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Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1658-1662
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112 Provincial Court Proceedings, 1658.

Kent Co.
Ct. Recs.
p. 114

one younge Cowe a heifer belonginge to the sd Boreman the former
Cowe Called by the name of Crop wch the sd Deere shewed yor Petnor
& ffurther saith not.

Gott v.
Stuard

Wart to the Shiriff returnd & 2 Suppenas
Henry Gott haveinge Arrested Charles Stuard in an acon of the
Case to the Vallue of tenn Thousand pounds of Tob. & for this
bringeth his suite.
The Plant moveth for Certaine Cattle in the hands of Charles
Stuard, wch ware mayd over by Mr Tho. Ward Decedent to Mr Hen.
Morgan, in the behalfe of the Orphant Tabytha Short but now the
wife of the sd Stuard.
The Court not findeinge cause of any relief ffor the Plantive
herein doth therefore order the Plant to pay Cost of suit. Else
Execucon.

Boreman v.
Deere

Mr John Coursey Moveth this Court As Atturney of Will Bore-
man Against John Deere & hath pduced a Bill of the sd Deeres for
six hundred & six Pounds of Tob & Caske John Deere beinge there
prsent Confesseth the debt.
The Court doth therefore order tht the sd Deere shall pay the
Debt in Pickt & Guild Tob wth the Charges. Else Exec"

Re Crouch

Nicolas Pickard & Mary Baxter hath moved this Court to have
George Crouch The sonn of Geo: Crouch decedent, Lefte in the
Custody of Nico. Pickard aforesd
The Courte doth therefore Order By & with the Consent of the

p. 115

said Nicolas Pickard & Mary Baxter, That the sd Geo. Crouch bee &
Remaine in the Custody of the sd Pickard & that all the Childes
Cattle shall remaine wth Nico: Pickard, And hee to have the halfe
of the Male increase from this time forward, ffor Keepinge the sd
Child & putinge him to scoole & furnishinge the Child wth other
necessaries soe longe till Just occation be mayd Appeare as Law
provides for Orphants in such Cases
Testis me John Coursey Clk.

Oath of
Fidelity

Henry Carline beinge demanded to subscribe the Engagement
Accordinge to Condicons of surrendering the Governmt & the Acts
of Assembly puideinge in that behalfe, Makes this Answar That in
Conscience hee cannot be Aidinge and Assistinge, neither can hee
Aide & Assiste, neither can he Oppose, The Governmt hee owneth &
will pay all Lawfull Taxes tht shall be Demanded of him
The same Answar gives


John Westley | William Elliot
John Ellis | ffrancis Barnes
Robt Martin | Edd Coppage
Eddwd Burton | Robt Dunn
Vera Copia Testis John Coursey Clk



 
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