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Chancery Court, Chancery Record, 1671-1712
Volume 748, Page 651   View pdf image
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                   To the Queens Most Excellent Majesty
                   in her Majestys high Court of Chancery

Maryland fs.t

       Wee humbly certifie that by Virtue of the within Comission wee have
       Caused to come before us at Oxford in the County of Talbott William
       Willowby Mary Camper and John Ryan and haveing Examined
       them severally Concerning the p.rmisses within Comanded on the holy
       Evangelist wee doe herewith send the substance of their severall Oathes
       in writeing under our hands and seales as by the Comission wee are
       Comanded Dated at the Towne and Port of Oxford the 3 day of May
       in the Ninth Yeare of the reigne of her Majesty Annoq Domini 1710
                                                                                  R Ungle
                                                                                  John Bullen

             Depositions taken on the behalfe of William Southis

       William Willowby of Dorchester County Plaster ^Plaisterer^ aged ab.t Eighty six
       Yeares that about thirty four yeares since he heard certaine John Garnish
       of Saint Maryes County say that a certaine Jane Garnish (now
       by the Name of Jane Southes) was his Brother Williams Childs & further
       saith that one Smith Master of a Bermudas sloop comeing Oxford with
       salt and drinking a point of Burnt rum with this Depon.t at the
       house of Catherine Catterton Widdow in Oxford (the houses and Lott being
       now in the Possession of M.r Robert Grundy) the said Smith seeing a Boy
       called Henry Moon said here is a brave Estate who will be heire of the
       same if the Boy y.r Daughters son should dye M.r Catterton replyed that
       her Brother Child who was then in the Country (and named Jane
       Garnish) would be heir for she was the right heir to it after his  
       decease the said Catterton haveing now her selfe this Communication
       was at Oxford about Twelve or thirteene years agoe

       May 3.d 1710                                    Sworne before us
                                                                                    R Ungle +
                                                                                    John Bullen  +

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