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Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1658-1662
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454 Provincial Cowrt Proceedings, 1661.

Liber
P. C. R.

The plt desires p[ro]ut. in peticon aboue menconed The deft de-
sires to be tryed by a Jury whereupon the Jury vnder written was
Impannelld, (vizt)

Nicholas Young Foreman Lt John Bouge ....
George Mackall Isaack Abrahams ....
Walter Pake George Taylor ....
William Mills ————— Reade ....

p. 460

4o January Bargaine and agreed this day Betweene the Governor
Leonard Caluert Esqr and Mr Pope to this effect vizt that the said
Nath: Pope hath Sould vnto the Governor his dwelling howse at St
Marys and the Land belonging to itt, and all the Sawed Boards and
all loose tymber that are now in or aboute the howse excepting foure
boards and the worke of John Cooke due to Mr Pope for the Couer-
ing of the howse he the said Gouernor findeing all necessaryes to itt
besides the said John Cookes owne worke, And for price thereof the
said Gouernor is to discharge the said Mr Pope of foure thousand
pounds of tobacco due for his pesent Leauy and to allowe him a
Roome at the End of the howse to putt his thinges in till Spring of
the yeare that he can Remove them
Aprill 16th 1661 vera Copia Ex. p Signed, Henry Coursey

I Margarett Brent Gent aged Sixty yeares or thereabouts doe
testefye that I never did make any Conveyance of the howse and
land of St Marys which formerly was Leonard Caluerts Esqr to
Captaine William Stone and that neither he nor the heires of the
aforesaid William Stone hath any right or tytle to the aforesaid
house or Lands In wittness whereof I haue hereunto Sett my hand
this Eight day of Aprill 1661 Margaret Brent
Signed in the pesence of us The marke X of Samuell Edwards
The mke [mark] of John Dowson

The Jury retourned and found for the plt the Case with Costs
of Suite whereupon It was ordered that according to the demand of
the plt he hath posson given him by the Sherriffe

Re

Empson's
Estate

Mr Robert Slye moves the Courte to haue Administracon on the
Estate of William Empson he being greatest Creditor, the Courte
being of opinion that the right of Administracon did belong to the
decedents Widdowe but she haueing neglected the demand thereof
six weekes or thereabouts The Courte orders that a moneths tyme be
given to the said Widdowe to Come and make her demand to the
same in defaulte that the Secretary pass Administracon to the Great-
est Creditor that shall within the tyme aforesaid appeare, And desire
Administracon of the same, And that this Order be putt vp at ....



 
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