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Proceedings of the County Court of Charles County, 1658-1666
Volume 53, Page 234   View pdf image (33K)
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                   234    Charles County Court Proceedings, 1658-1662.

              Liber A    and goodie Neuil shoold say cum you rogue get a boy to my Girle and
                    tht he shoold Reply and say hee Trogian in the Presans of Mis Clarke
                    Mis Addames Mary Empson and her self as Susan Robisson says and
                    further sayeth not:

                     Mis Elisabeth Hussey aged 20 years or thearabouts sworne and
                    Examined in open Court sayeth that beeing once at William Robis
                    sons Susan Robisson did tell her that after goodie Neuill was braught
                    to bead William Empson Come in she hearing William Empson in
                    the Roome turned about and sayd Come you Rogue Will Empson
                    get mee a boy to my Girle whearupon Will Empson turning about
                    and sayd hear trogian and further sayeth not

                     Mr Thomas Hussey affirmeth upon Oath that hee heard Susan
                    Robisson say that shee heard goodie Neuill inuite William Empson
                    to bed to her to get a boy to her Girle in the Presance of Mis Clarke
                    Mis Addames Mary Empson and her selfe & further sayeth not

                     It is Adiudged by the board that the sayd Baker hath Maliciously
                    defamed the plantiue and his wife by reason that it was against natur
                    that such a thing coold bee spoken with a desier and thearfor aught
                    not to haue bin reiterated as an infamie unto her Whearfor it is
                    ordered beeing a verball iniurie that the sayd Baker shal giue them
                    satisfaction by asking them in open Court forgiuenes for his offence
                    upon his bended knees and pay the Cost and Charge of suite
                     Whearupon John Neuill and his wife desiered the sayd baker to
                    aske god forgiuenes and with the leaue of the board not them

              [p.228] Mr Thomas Baker Plantiue    The Plantiue Aresting the de
                    George Thompson Gent Defendantffendant in an action of defama
                    tion let fall his suit whearupon the defendant humbly requesteth that
                    his euidences might haue thear oaths giuen them in defence of his
                    speach hee uttered against the sayd Baker in Goodman neuills action
                    when the sayd Baker Accepted against his Oath which was granted

                     Edmond Lendsey sworne and examined in open Court sayeth that
                    in the yeare 1655 or thearabouts Little Browne the undersheriffe of
                    Verginia Side Comming ouer to Mr Chandlers hows sayd hee had bin
                    at Thomas Bakers and sayd hee saw baker and Empson bring in a
                    hogge or too and throwing them downe thay sayd to Empsons wife
                    mary thear is your sow wee haue killed in the woods and hee further
                    sayeth that one hoge was Cropt one boath Eares, and too slits in the
                    Right Eare to the best of this deponants Rememberance, for this de
                    ponant not beeing in the way when broune landed first whear Mr
                    Chandler then liued which was at Jenkinses Plantation on the other
                    side; before the sayd Broune went away this deponant Coming in
                    Mr Chandler Caused him to relate the aboue sayd story and sayd Ed
                    mond I am afrayd wee shall loose all owr hogs on the other side to

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