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Proceedings of the Provincial Court, 1663-1666
Volume 49, Page 215   View pdf image (33K)
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           Provincial Court Proceedings, 1664.  215

        These are to giue notice therefore to all prsons whom it may Con- Liber B B
        cerne that I haue adjourned the said Court to bee held on the 14th
        day of June as aforesaid untill the first twesday in July next being
        the 5th day thereof, And all writts and other Processe issued for
        those Courts intended to bee houlden on the 3d day of May and on
        the 14th day of June shall bee returnable on the 5th day of July next
        as aforesaid Giuen undr my hand this 4th June 1664—
        Signed Charles Caluert—
        John Reed dds writt agt George Reed in an accon of tresspasse 6th
        Warrt to Sherriffe of Caluert County to arrest &c ret next Prouin
      ciall Court 5th July next
      To the honble Gouernor & Councell in Prouinciall Court Assembled
        The humble petcon of John Reed Sheweth
        That Seauen yeares Since or thereabouts Peter Joy the Assignee
      of Thomas Cornwalace, to yor petr made Conueyance of One hun
      dred acres of land, being part of that land (held by Mary the Execu
      trix of Jno Bateman) Called the Resurreccon Mannor, to which land
      George Reed makes Claime and part thereof hath Clear'd, in greate
      damage to yor petr.
        Wherefore hee humbly Craueth Order that the said George Reed
      may desist from making further Tresspass, till his title thereto bee
      made good, dathages and Cost of Suite—And as in Duty bound
      hee shall pray &c

        Thomas Bennitt dds Summons for George Macall and John Ben- June 10th
        son to testifye in Causo inter Jno Shepart plt, ditto Bennitt deft, in
        an accon of debt to the uallue of 1700lb tob: uppon forfeiture each Vide 262
        500th tob. if not appearance made to the next Prouall Court held
        the 5th July next—
        John Halfhead dds writt agst Jone Niccollgutt in an accon of the 4th
      Case; Warrt to Sherriffe of Caluert County to arrest &c ret next Pro
       Court held the                              July next.     Vide 283:

        Wee the Jurors of Inquest being impannel'd by Samuell Chew
      high Sherrife of the County of Ann Arundell to ueiw the body of
      Ann Beetle Seruant to Willm Hunt of the aforesaid County doe finde
      a wound upon her left eye browe and hauing had it Searched by a
      Chirurgeon doe find it not mortall but doe according to the best of
      Our knowledge Judge that she drowned her self e wherefore wee the
      Jurors of Inquest Doe indite the said Ann Beetle she not hauing the
      feare of God before her eyes of willfully murthering her selfe and
      soe giue up Our VerdictOne Consent by Our fforeman this 17th
      day of March 166¾            Francis Holland—
       Samuel Chew Coroner.

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