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Chancery Court, Chancery Record, 1671-1712
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       And further the said Deponent Saith that he did Commence a
       Law Suit against the Said Pritchett for the Tree being distroyed as
       aforesaid and after some times dispute the Said Depon.t Saith
       that he and the Said Pritchett did agree to Leave the Said Law
       Suite and all things thereto relating to the arbitration of M.r
       John Broake and M.r William Barry then Livers near the said
       Land and being well acquainted with the Said Land Did arbitrate
       appoint and agree Between them the said said M.r Brooke
       and William Berry and Major Charles Boteler then Surveyor
       That the Line Drawne North East from the Stake in the March
       Should End all the Number of perches precisely ^Expressed^ in the originall
       Certificate and that the Said Land should not Extend any
       farther to which he the Said Depon.t Saith he did Agree
       and was therewith Satisfied Sworne before us
                                                             John Mackall   (S)
                Raphael Haywood  (S)
                                                             Daniel of S.t Tho Jenifer   (S)

Maryland fs   Calvert County Aprill 1711
       The Deposition of Rebecca Noakes of Calvert County Aged about
       fifty three years or thereabouts Declared on the holy Evangelist that
       about thirty Nine years agoe or thereabouts She See a parcell of
       People come and Chopp an oake that Stood Near her Father
       W.m Pritchetts house  And the Said Depon.t saith that her Father
       W.m Pritchett said that was an unjust bounded Tree and that
       the Said Deponent saith that her Father and one John Gume
       then a Liver in her Said Fathers house did goe and Fall the said
       Tree and that the Said Tree lay in the Same place and Rotted  And
       that the said Tree stood between a Redbud Tree and a Mulberry
       Tree in her said fathers orchard and that the next
       Day the said Dep.s Father went Downe to S.t Marys and Raphael
       Haywood and the said Depo.ts Father William Pritchett

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