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Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1658-1662
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Provincial Court Proceedings, 1660. 385


William Turner this first of Dember 1660 demands warrant
against Patriarke Dew the Attorney of John Grammer in an action
of debt.
Warrant then issued to the Sherriffe of Caluert County retorn
to this Court the 11th of Dec 1660.

Liber
P. C. R.

Turner v.
Grammer

William Harper the first of december 1660, demands warrant
against Mathew Smyth in an action of the Case
Warrant then issued retorn to this Court the 1th of December
1660 to the Sherriffe of Calvert County

Harper v.
Smyth

Vpon a warrant directed from the honnoble Phillip Calvert Esqr
Gouernor to the Sherriffe of Calvert County to inquire by a Jury
upon the Corps of Catherin Lake, The said Sherriffe retourned to
this Court as followeth vizt
According to the tennor of a writt to make dilligent Search and
inquiry upon the Corps of Catherin Lake directed to Giles Sadleir
Sherriffe there was a Jury of Twelue men namely

p. 384
Return of
Jury on
Corpse

William Euans fforeman William Richardson
William Turner Thomas Ireton

George Bussy Phillip Coomes Wm Euans
John Sinklow Patriark Dew chosen Impr.
William Sample James Allen
Robert Kingsberry William Chaplin

The Declaration of William Sankeh Richard Gardner Wm Palmer,
John Meeres, Thomas Cosby.
All Servants of the howse and Present when Thomas Mertine
shoved the said Catherine Lake with his hand on the Shoulder and
also gaue her a Kick upon the britch, and the said Lake being troubled
with the ffitts of the mother fell into the said ffitts as formerly, and
soe departed this world within one hower.
The Juryes Verdict aboue named is that at the viewe of the Corps
aboue mentioned they found it very cleare, and caused the said
Thomas Mertine and the Servants of the howse to ley their hands
upon the dead Corps, and there was noe issue of bloud from the
Corps, neither could they perceiue any alteration in the Corps or any
action from any personall man that was the Cause of her Death but
the providence of the Allmighty
p me William Ewen


The Court is a[d]iourned to the 19th of ffebruary next ensuing at
Saint Maryes.

Adjourn-
ment of
Court.

Richard Smyth Came this day being the 19th of December 1660
and demands the ensuing Indentures to be recorded among the
Records of the Prouinciall Court, in regard hee is to send them to
25

Richard
Smith v.
William
Battin



 
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