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Proceedings of the County Courts of Kent (1648-1676), Talbot (1662-1674), and Somerset (1665-1668)
Volume 54, Page 218   View pdf image (33K)
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          218Kent County Court Proceedings, 1656-1662.

         Liber B Whearas Mainy Creditors to the Estate of Roberte Mecart by Rea
               son that Mr Morgon is best knowinge in the said Estat This Court
               Doth order that the said Morgon shall take the said Estate into his
               Costody and to bringe a Just and trew Invertory of the said Estate
               into the next Court

                Capt Thomas Brodnox Doth enter An Acctione against the estate
               of Robert Macart for two bottells of Drames and two gallons of pery

                Mr Henry Morgon Doth enter an Acctione against the estate of
               John Salter for on thousand nine hundered seuenty nine pounds of
               tobaco & Caske Dew by bill and Accoumpt

                The Deposition of George Collesson aged 18 years or thearabout
               sworne in Court
                Saith that Thomas Bright Leaned against the Cornner of the
               Chimny Thomas Reead bade hime haue a Care of his gunne and
               Desired hime to lay it upe and tould hime that when he Died the gunne
               shuld be his and further saith not George Collison

                William Mouse upon his oath in Court afermeth the same ver
               batum and further saith not     william Mouse

         [fol. 98] To all peopell to whom thes presents shall Come Greating Know
               all men by thes presents Whearas by pmise betwen Thomas osborne
               and Luther Ayeres that what thay haue shall be each others not Ither
               of them Layinge Claim to any thinge or things that is or shall be in
               the estate now in hand Writtinge we Do it Conferme
                Whearas upon the 27th Day of Aperell 1660 theare wase a bill past
               J oyntly or seuerally to Thomas Wetherly for flue Thousand pounds
               of tobaco for a plantation we Do both of us agre and owne that nither
               of us upon Marriag or any Disagreinge shall in any wise sell or
               bartere the plantation to no other but that we shall piche a price leue
               or take upon forflte of all the Estate that shall or should be parted
               at the Day of Marrage but in Case Deth before Marrage then we do
               both of us agree that theare shall neuer no other will be made but he
               that shall hue longeste shall Inioy the whole Estate yett upon the Day
               of Marriage of Ither of us the Estate shall be Equially Deuided
               betwen us vewed by two men of ither of us on Chusinge for any land
               it shall be sould to no other mane without the Consent of us boath
               and to the trew performance hearof we haue both sett oure hands
               beinge the 28 Day of Aperell 1660 yett if as for any bill or bills that
               hath binne past seuerally we both of us do owne that Ither of us is
               bound to the Debts as well as on the mark of
               Testes John Barke            Thomas osborne
                   Thomas Reead             Luther Ayers
               Vara Copia p Tobye Wells Clk

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