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Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1658-1662
Volume 41, Page 188   View pdf image (33K)
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188 Provincial Court Proceedings, 1658.

P. C. R

yor Petr humbly conceaues in Equity still liable to the Attatchmt,
granted by Capt Stone, all Justice being impeded from tht time, untill
yor Petr proceeded agst Job Chandler for the sd Estate, In tender
Consideraon of all wch premises yor Petr humbly prayeth That the sd
parties may according to the usuall Cours in Chancery putt in their
answere uppon Oath, & declare why the sd Estate was soe protected as
aforesd, & after wth out any notice gyuen to your Petr, or his
Attorney, or any Legall proceeding for recalling of the obligaon
past as aforesd for securing the sd Estate, Deliuered up & pemitted
to be exported. And uppon what tearmes, or security the same was
done & permitted. As allso who hyred or borrowed the sd Sloope
for the exportaon, And if hyred whither by the month or the
Voyage, And what men were in her to sayle her, how called, & how
& by whom payed & uictualed. What was the hyre of the Sloope,
where & by whom payd, & in what Comodity? By wch yor Pete

p. 145

doubts not but you will find sufficient cause to relieue him, And tht
untill this suite be determined, the Sheriffe may be Ordered to take
into his possesn the negroes, tht were formerly part of the Estate
attatched, now in the possesn of the sd Chandler & Ouerzee: or they
Ordered to be responsable for them when the sd suite is ended.
And yoe Pete shall pray &c :
Thomas Cornwalleys.

Ordered That the defendants putt in their answere uppon oath,
att the next Prouinciall Court.

Barton v.

Command Thomas Gerrard Esqr & Susan his Wife to hould plea,
to William Barton; of Barton Hall Mariner in an accon of Couent
to him the sd Willm Bartin of Three hundd Acres of Land, one
dwelling howse One Orchard, Two Tobaccho howses Lying or being
in the Mannoe of St Clemts in the County of St Maries, according to
a Couent or Deed of Bargaine & Sale from the sd Thomas Gerard,
to the sd Willm Barton Bearing date the Twentieth day of Septembr
Ano Dni 1658, and is as followeth. Josias ffendall.

This Indenture made the Twentieth day of Septembr in the yeare
of Our Lord God One Thowsand six hundd fifty & Eight, Betweene
Thomas Gerard of St Clemts mannor Esqr of the one part, And Willm
Barton of Barton Hall Mariner of the other part, Wittnesseth That
the sayd Thomas Gerard hath for a ualuable Consideraon Bargayned
& sold, And by these pents doth bargaine & sell unto the sd Willm
Barton One neck & parcell of Land Bownded wth a marked white
Oake, Standing from the head of the back Creek of Canow neck One
hundd & Sixteene perches running East to the head of the sd Creek
of Canow neck by the neck East Sowth East into St Clemts Bay for
the length of One hundd & Twenty perches or thereabouts And on
the East wth the sd Bay of St Clemts for the length of One hundd &

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