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Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1658-1662
Volume 41, Page 469   View pdf image (33K)
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Provincial Court Proceedings, 1661. 469

hath serued me in such service as I shall Employ him in during his
tyme of Service which tyme is, till the last of next March come two
yeares And further I the said Robert as aforesaid doe and will give
the said Vincent when his full tyme is Expired Ground and houseing
for to plant and cure his Cropp vnto the abouesaid I haue hereunto
sett my hand this second day of Aprill 1653
Wittness John Lawson Walter A Beane his marke

13th Aug. 1661
Ann Barton aged twenty yeares and vpwards sworne and Exam-
ined vpon her oathe sayth That six or seaven yeares a goe this said
depont doth Remember that her deceased husband Wm Hungerford
before she was marryed did pay to Mr Hatch two hhds of tobacco
for the vse of Mr Cager in parte of payment for a mayd seruant that
William Hungerford had of Mr Cager which afterwards Vincent
Atchison had and marryed and was to make sattisfaccon for her to
Mr Cager and since my husbands death my father hath reed two hhds
of Vincent in the Roome of the two hhds my husband did pay to
Mr Hatch and further sayth not
This deposicon was taken before me Wm Marshall [mark] his marke

P. C. R.

This depont sayth that three yeares agoe or thereabouts being at
Capt Prices plantacon this depont was there with the plt and see him
bring out some paps in his hand and amongst them the bond of the
defts, and the plt did say that if he would he could play the Knaue
with Mr Cager the deft and further Sayth not
Jurat coram me Thomas Dent
The Deposicon of George Taylor aged aboute twenty fiue yeares
Sworne and Examined the 3d day of .... Sayth That when I was a
Liuer in Mr Cagers howse aboute the yeare 1657 I heard Mr Robert
Cager aske Vincent Atchison when they should come to accompt he
answered at any tyme he asked him, and they agreed both to come to
John Lawsons, Robert Cager went at the tyme and place appoynted
but Vincent came not, Mr Cager tould Vincent of his disappoyntmt
&c asked him againe when and where they should come to Accompts
Vincent sayd any day when he would at the Cross and a day was
appoynted. And Mr Cager went the day appoynted, but Vincent was
not there Vincent comeing againe to Mr Cagers howse Mr Cager
asked Vincent when shall wee come to Accompt Vincent swore that
he would bring over either Mr Hoskeys or Mr Abbington to make a
full End and further sayth not Wittnes my hand the day and yeare
aboue written George Taylor
John Lawson Comr.

p. 481

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