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Chancery Court, Chancery Record, 1671-1712
Volume 748, Page 131   View pdf image
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       Doe you know that he the said John Deery did send for Nicholas
       Paynter to write his will or did any other person send for him
       without his Order did he the said Deery voluntarily give instructions
       to the said Paynter Concerning the will or did any other person and
       who vege or advise him to it what were the said Instructions were
       the same writt by the said Paynter and read to and approved of
       by the said John Deery while he Lived declare the truth herein

Item            Was the said John Deery att the time of his giveing the said
       Instructions of sound and ^perfect mind &^ memory as you know or beleive and
       ^we^ induced you to what you doe beleive Concerning the same was the s.d
       John Deery in the Ageing or paynes of death at the same time and
       did he not Express severall Idle and extravagant words at that
       time and what Interlocutory words or Expressions Did the s.d John
       Deery use dureing the time that he gave the said Instructions

Item            Did not the said John Deery at first give order unto Nicholas
       Paynter order to put downe Ellenor and Owen Quigley w.thout
       mentioning or nameing John Quigley at all till afterwards and
       how came he Afterwards to be named An Execut.r was it not by the
       importunity and persevation of Edmond Deermott and what words
       and perswations did he use for that purpose and what Answer did the
       said John Deery use or make at that time
                                                                Chr Rousby & Def.t

       The Examination of Ellizabeth Manning Aged Five and Thirty eight yeares or
       thereabouts sworne upon the holy Evangelists to say the Truth to the first
       Interrogatory saith

    1                That your deponent was present John Deery upon the day of
       his death and about three or four Hours that Deery desired your depon.t
       to give him that what doe you Call it that what doe you Call it your
       deponent did not at first understand but afterwards thought it might
       be his will  And asked him what is it M.r Deery your will that you
       want and he said yes that that my will that after your deponent had
       asked him as aforesaid M.r Deery sent for M.r Paynter when Paynter
       was Come M.r Dermott put your depon.t and her husband out of
       the roome and we were not out above halfe an Hour when Dermott
       Came to me and desired me to Come in againe for Deery was A dyeing
       That he was in no Agony when your deponent went out of the roome
       but when your deponent returned he was in an Agony and spoke noe

                The Court Adjournes till to morrow morning being Thursday
       nine of the Clocke

       Att a Court of Delegates  held at the Cyty of Maryes upon the
       day of October being Thursday in the third year of the Dominion
       of the Right Hono.ble Charles &.c Anoq Domi 1678

                Present Coll Baker Brookes Esq Coll Henry Coursey Esq Major
       Benjamin Rozer Esq

                Then came Henry Carew into the Court to be Examined to the
       task foregoeing Interrogatoryes

                The Examination of M.r Henry Carew to the Last foregoeing interrogatoryes
       sworne upon the holy Evangelists

                To the first interogatory saith that you deponent was p.rsent
       with M.r Deery on the day of his death and that there was

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