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Chancery Court, Chancery Record, 1671-1712
Volume 748, Page 652   View pdf image
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       Mary Camper aged about thirty six yeares maketh oath that the being
       well acquainted with Catherine Catterton who dwelt at Oxford in and upon
       the Lots and houses now in the possession of M.r Robert Grundy (and the
       same that the Comp.lts claime heard the afores.d Catterton say that Jane
       the now wife of William Southes was John Garnishes Brothers Williams
       Child and further saith that a certaine Sarah Bowher in her life time (
       but then sick on her death bedd) being asked by the said Mary who would be
       heire to those houses and Lotts she resided in after the Decease of her son
       in Law named Henry Moon for says this Dep.t it will fall to the King
       M.r Bowher answered no for that there was in the Contry John
       Garnishes Brother Child named Jane Garnish who was the right heir
       to the said Lott and pleages ^Tenements^ in Oxford upon which the s.d Sarah then
       resided being the same now in the Possession of M.r Robert Grandy and
       that she this Dep.t might well remember that the said Jane Garnish
       with others being there before) was blemished in one Eye and was the
       same person (as M.r Catterton told her
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       John Ryan of Dorchester County Planter aged about forty Eight
       Yeares maketh oath that being a Book keeper for Catherine
       Catterton and being intemately acquainted with her he whilst he
       soe dwelt with her asked her about her reall and personall Estate
       in Oxford in Maryland and now in the posson of Robert Grundy
       who Answered this Dep.t y.t there was one Jane Garnish who at
       that time dwelt in Dorchester County and that her former
       Husband named Garnish had fully sattisfied her that she was
       nearly satisfied allyed by Blood to him and y.t her said husband
       desired upon his Death Bedd the said Jane being his Brothers
       Daughter that she the said Catherine would use all manner of
       Civil treatment towards her the said said and the s.d John
       further saith y.t the said Catherine did say to him the said Dep.t
       that she was soe well sattisfied by her first husbands relacons
       and Account of the same Jane Garnish being Allyed as afores.d

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