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Proceedings of the County Court of Charles County, 1658-1666
Volume 53, Page 55   View pdf image (33K)
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           Charles County Court Proceedings, 1658-1662.     55

       Thomas Lomax Sworne & examined in open Court sayeth, that Liber A
     goodie Michel asking Mis Hatche how She did MiS Hatche replied
     that she thaught she had bewitched her face whearupon goodie 138
     Michell asked her if She wear in earnest or no, and She replied
     Shee was for shee enduered abundance of Miserie by the soarnes of
     her mouth and did verilie beleeue that shee was bewitched whearupon
     thear ware diners other circumstances past betweene the too parties
     which this deponant can not at presant call to rememberance onlie
     goodie michell tould her She woold Arest her to the Court about it, [p. 70]
     and Mis Hathce Replied that she thanght she durst not hut if she
     dnrst she woold endeauor to make it appear so or els she woold ac-
     knowledge she had wronged her in open Court & bee liable to their
     censnir & further this deponant at presant remembereth not

       Elisabeth Atwicks sworne and examined in open Court sayeth that
     goodie Michel Asking Mis Hatche how she did MiS hatche replied
     that She thaught the sayd goodie Michel had bewitched her face
     whearupon the sayd goodie Michel asked Mis Hatch wheather she
     wear in earliest or no & the sayd MiS Hatch replied she did verilie
     thinck she the sayd Michel had bewitched her this is all to the best
     of this deponants rememberance at this time onlie thear ware diners
     other circumstances past which this deponant at presant cannant

       \Villiam Barton Junior entereth the birth of his Daughter Grace
     beeing the 26th of August Ao 1659 and her death beeing the 3' of 140

       \Villiam Barton iunior entereth his marke of hogs and Cattel 141
     videlicet onerkeeled on boath ears and holed in boath ears:

       Upon the demand of Capt: John Genkins for 350 lb of tob: of 142
     Cloues Mace the Sayd Mace Confesseth a Judgment for the Sayd
     Some whearupon, the Sayd Capt: Jenkins Craueth a Judgment vel-
     lem dicere Executione which is granted hime

       The leauie beeing Cast up for the ferrie and woolues heads amounts
     unto thirteen pounds of tob: per head the Sherifs Sallerie bee thearin 143
     Reconed it is thearfor ordered that the Sherife shoold Leauie the
     sayd some of tob: upon each respectiue tithable person in this Countie

       This Indentur Made the twenty eight day of Aprill in the year of [p. 71]
     owr Lord one thowsand six hundered fiftie and nine betweene Sam-
     nell Parker of the Prouince of Mariland Cooper one the one party
     and William Heard of the sayd Prouince Planter on the other party
     witnesseth that the sayd Samuell Parker hath for and in considera-
     tion of a valewable some of tob: freelie sould and deliuered Posestion

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